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PRINTED ASD PUBLISHED BY WM. II . CHANDLER & CO. CITY OF EVAIVS VILLE: FRIDAY MORXIXG.DEC. 1. CC"! la another column our readers will find the official vote, in tabular form, of the States of New York, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, and New Jersey. We intend publishing, as soon as possible after reception, the rote of each State in the Union in this manner, and would suggest that our readers preserve the tables for reference in the future. Abkaksas. 'RackensacV is a great coun try and no mistake. The Little Rock Gazette of the 16th inst., gives the result in several counties and then says: "There is no certainty about the result. Some of the counties voted on Monday, we are told if so their rotes will be, of course thrown out. The majority for Cass, if he gets any at all, will not ,in all prob ability, exceed one thousand. The election is close here the voters have not turned out, we are told, as at the August election but ig sure that many who have heretofore acted with the democratic party, bare voted for Taylor at this election." Official Vote or Kesttckt. By a tele graphic dispatch from Frankfort, which we re ceived last evening, says the Louisville Jour nal of Wednesday, we learn that Gen. Taylor's official majority in this State is 17,421. The Commonwealth of Tuesday says that the returns from the counties of Terry arid Letch et bad not yet reached the Secretary's office and T?ould be excluded in the official count. The vote in these two countfcs, the Journal things, has beenrery close. The vote of Letcher county was not returned in time in the Presi dential election in 1S41. Wiscossis, This new State has gone for Cess. Charles Durk?e, Free soil, Charles Co'.e Whig; and Jamee D. Dol;ey, Locofoco h-.ve have been elected tojContess. Durkee, tays the N. Y. Tribune, is an out-and-out Libertv man, Cole a firm Wh?g. "Doltey was a whig in 1640, and was made Governor by General Harrison," but has since followed bis old practice of turning about for office. CALIFORNIA GOLD REGION. We are indebted to Mr. Hexry Allis for a file of New Orleans papers up to the 21th inst. From the Picayune of the 24th we learn that Lieut. Loeser, U. S. A., arrived on the day before at New Orleans in the schooner Des demona, from Jamacia, with despatches from Gov. Mason, of California, to the U. S. Gov ernment. Lieut. Loeser left Monterey in Au gust last ior Payta in Peru, which place he made ii forty days. He came thence by the war of Panama and Jamaica to N. Orleans. In company with Lieut. L. came David Car ter, who went out to California in the employ ment of the Government early in the com mencement of the war. Mr. Carter states that there was no excitement in Califor nia except that produced by the reports from the gold regions of the Sacramento and its tributaries. The mania for gold digging had reached such a length, that it was difficult to procure workmen in Monterey except at the most extravagant wages. Desertions had ta ken place from the United States forces, and from the marine to such an extent that the U. S. ship Ohio bad to supply nen to take the 6loop Warren lower down the coast, out af the way cf ths infection, ürora the latter vts- sel a boat's cew deserted, in open daylight, or the gold regions. Company F. ?d Artillery, and the dragoons eft at Monterey, had suffered little from deser tion, but the citfcens generally had gone offiu quest of the precioua xstal. Lieut. Looser brings over with him speci mens of gold obtained in the valley of tlie Sa cramento. Some of the pieces are the first found in the country, The extent of the gold region has not been ascertained, but the ore has been found in a territory 100 miles in ex tent r.nd 50 in breadth. Mr. Carter thinks that many of ths accounts of the great abundance or the precious metal in the region in which it found are exonerations, but that it is recov ered ialargs quantities is absolutely kriwn. Mr. Carter S2ys the ore fo procured at borne risk arjtj with great labor, yet that it must a bound i: the country considering the "quan tities' brought Iq Moaterry and the imperfect means employed in separating it lrom the 50. The tract c.'covntry constituting ths gold re gion is e level plain. Whether the particles of gold have been washed down from the mountains or heaved up by volcanic force, no on? knows, bvt the latter is generally believed to be the true theory. Mr. Carter has himself seen drops of virgin gold weighing two'ounces, Maise. The Augusta (Ks.) Age gives re turns from thi whole Sf.it p yrnt i?riten - " f - "D f - a o o towns and thirty-four plantations, ami the 'and there are those who assert they have met vote stands thus: Cass 33.1G7, Taylor 34,773, 1 with it in bulks of greater weight. Van Buren 11,940. The Age says that' As yet, all attempts to employ capital iu Cass's plurality h tbs entire State will be about 5,000. Millard Fillmore at Home. The couuty of Erie, New York, tl.c residence of Millard Fillmore previous to his election to the office of Comptroller, gave Tajlor end Fillmore -V 1214 majority over Casr, 5.C43 over Van Baren, and 1,981 over both. It gave C!ay 1,65 majority over Fell: in IS 14, and a rote for Birney, now cast for Van Buren of 415. Albany county, where he at present resides, gave Taylor and Fillmore C.C53 majciity over Cass, and 4,602 over Van Buren, and 650 over both. Albany county gave Clay but 193 majority, and 129 votes were then cast for Bir nsy, leaving a clear nwjorify over all of but Gl votes. "Come Back." This is the caption of an article which we copy from the last number of that Stirling whig paper, the Webash Atlas, published at Lafayette.in this State. It speaks the sentiment of every Whig heart in Southern Indiana. There is scarcely an hour of the day that we do not hear the words 4,come back applied to Jo. Lane, lias cot the First Dis trict whers General Tatlor gained over Clat some C00 votes said in thunder tones--come sack? lias not Lace's county, Vanderburgh, likewise taid come back? lias not Knight township, the home of Lane, and where the Locofoco parly heretofore invariably received a majority, spoken iu a manner not be misun derstood COME Back COME BACK and prepare with your friends for another voyage? For 'l!p Salt river, up Salt river. Up Salt river you must go !" The following is the article : There is nothins that we desire to see ac complished by the Wnig Administration so soon as n gets into power, as mucn as to nave whispered into the ears of Jo. Lane come back come back you got your pay for slan dering old Zach, but it is like the services you rendered bogus coin you can t use it. A inaa who will willfully slander his hon est old commander his companion in arms, who took him by the hand when but an in fantin military skill, and placed him where he was permitted to establish a reputation for 11 I L .1 bravery aui ceneraisnip wnere ne won we name ot tne3ianoa oi ic luencaa ar, and one too, who stood side by side with him in the hottest of the fight during the most per ilous moments of that war and merely for the sake of an appointment to a trifling office, is unfit to be trusted as the Governor of any people, unless it be the citizens of Brown .county in Indiana, where but little eis than green-ye4 Locofocoism and corn .vhiskey flourish. O, carry jrne back to Indiana, To Indiana's shore. Sixty-one years ago the first white citizen, Bjoved into Ohio. procuring gold have resulted disastrously. Those who have organized a company to col lect the precious metal have lost their outfits, for the persons hired for such a ser rice inva ri- ably leave their employers and set up business on their own eccount taking with them the implements entrusted to them. The gold is notconQned to the beds of the river, but every where within prescribed limits it may be had by digging up the earth and washing the soil from the metil. The effect produced in California by this new source of wealth has been any thing but bene ficial to the colony or advantageous to the pub lic service. The New York volunteers, as soon as they were disbanded, repaired to the gold re gion, Col. Stevenson with them, and every ar ticle of merchandise, food or clothing had risen in value to an exorbitant extent. The epidem ic was universal. The crews of whale ships and other commercial vessels had deserted for the enchanted regiou, as well as the eulisted men in the United States service. Money in cci:i, which was plenty enough for all purposes' before gold was discovered, had grown so scarce that the duties upon im' ported goods could not be paid except by hy pothecating '(fust. Those who could not pro cure better means of collecting gold, wandered off in its quest with tin pans, buckets, and whatever else could be. used to separate the metal from the earth by washing. We annex a letter and a proclamation from Col. Mason, showing the troubles which this gold fever has brought upon the custom-house. Uar informant savslhe iew Orleaua licayunt thinks it will require a large iorce to protect ihi in'erest of the United States frorr. the de predations of the "diggers," who forra the lar gest, most desperate and vagrant chss cl "far eigners in that territory. Large numbers of them have perished during the sickly season, on account of their reckless course of life and insufficient metas of comfonable living. Sax Francisco, JjlVj 22, 1&IS. Sir We beg leave to submit to your ex cellency the proceedings of a meeting held last evening at the City Hotel of this place. We pray that your Excellency will take in to immediate consideration ir.attersofsuch vi tal importance to th commercial as well as to the other interests of the country, and will be pleased to forward us your decision at as early a day as your valuable time will allow. We are respectfully jour Excellency's moat obedient servants, W. D. M. HOWARD, C. V. GILLESPIE, JAMES C. WARD. Jo U Excellency Col. R. B. Mason, Governor of California. Headquabtees 10th Military Department, Monterey, California, July 31, 1S43. GentUnun Your communication of the 22J together with its enclosure, has been duly re ceived. I will instruct lbe collector at San Francis co to receive gold dust iu payment of duties at the custom-house, with the privilege reserved to the payer of redeeming one-half by a pay ment to '.he collector in gold or silver coin, any time within ninety davs, aud the other half by a like payment any time within one hundred and eighty days, inis, However, is to be a mere temporary arrangement, owing to the pre sent scarcity of coin in the country. It would give m pleasure to comply fully with the wishes ex pressed by the public mert- ing, held at San Francisco, on the niht of the 21st inst., by making the. whole redeemable in one hundred and eighty days, but it would have the effect of entirely cutting off the re ceipt of any available funds in the custom house for six months to come; that it is a long er time than it will be prudent to dry up the only source of revenue that the country affords, and would be too wide a departure from my instructions, u rucn are very positive, to col lect the duties "exclusively in gold and silver coin, before the goods, wares ot merchandise leave the custody of the collector, or in other wordi, before they are suffered to go into mar ket. I urn willing to allow the goods to go at once into the market and to wail three and six months for the du tjs-al though lam ordered to collet them in cah, provided the gold dust taken at a rate low enough to make it certaiu that the merchant will redeem it at the stipu lated time, and if he does not, that there will be no doubt that the duties cap be realized al once by putting it up at auction, if the money be immediately required, juu will readily perceive the situation in which lam placed; a large amount of duties will be recei ved at San Francisco: fchouldsorae ten or twenty thous and dollars of this gold dust be received al the custom-bouse reckoning at tpe rate ptr ounce at which it will be received-rfail to be redeem ed at the stipulated time, and I should be forced by the want of funds to throw suddenly this large amouut into market, to be Bold for cash, and it should not bring that ium.J, at once, become and am held personally and in dividually responsible and accountablo to the department at Washington fur the loss sustain ed in consequence of the deterturc from my or der and instructions, 1 arn very sure that none of the merchants of your town would desire to see me assume a risk of becoming pecun iarily involved by de parting from my. instructions for their accomo dation; and therefore 1 feel by departing from my orders in this instance, in permitting goods, wares aud merchandise to go at once into the market and waiting three and six months be fore the duties can be realized, that the pre cautions 1 take to guard the public and my self trom any loss are not unreasonable or great er than the occasion calls for. I shall strongly recommend in ray first com munication to the department the immediate establ'shment of a mint in Upper California. 1 am raspectfully, tours, &c, Ri b. maso.v. Col. 1st Drag., Gov. of California. To W. D. M. Howard, C. V. G illume, J. C. Ward, San Francisco, California. PROCLAMATION. Headquabtees 10th Military Department Monterey California, July 2D, '43. t nereas many citizens nave gone to me gold mines of the Sacramento, without making prcper provisions for the families they have left behind them; and whereas many soldiers, tempted by the fluttering prospect of sudden wealth, have deserted their colors, to go to the same region, regardless of their oaths and ob ligations to the Government, endangering the safety of the garrisons, and thereby the tran quility of the country, it is made known, that unless families are guarded and provided for by their natural protectors, and unless citizens lend their aid to prevent desertions from the garrisons of the country, the imlatury force now in California will be concentrated in the gold region, to the exclusion of all unlicensed persons. Persons employed at the mines are reminded that up to this time they haveenjoyed the high privilege of digging gold ou Government land, without charge and without hindrance. In re turn for this privilege, they are bound to assist in apprehendiug deseriers, and in giving notice to the nearest military officer where any are concealed. A dragoon force will ioon be at the mining district, and will traverse it iu ev ery direction, to arrest deserters from the army and navy, and to apprehend such citizens as harbor or employ them; for these ciuz-ns an as culpable as llij destriers themselves, and, if arrested, will be tried by a military commis sion, and punish d according to to the laws oi war. Should the officer in command of this force receive the cordial aid and sdpporl of the citizens, he will be enabled to check the seri ous evil which now threatens the safety of the country. It is desirable to develope the riches aud wealth of California, but the military safety of the country must be secured at all hazards. R. B.MASON. Col. 1st. Drag, and Gov. of California. TennesseeOfficial. The following is the otiicial vote of Tennessee, su returned at the othee of the öem-tary ofState: Tay- Ccs. Tay- C" Co. ' lor. Co. lor Anderson, . Gu2 250 Knox, 2140 439 Bedford, 1497 Laulordale 279 27 ilenton, 3J2- 4j9 Lawrence, MHi 514 Bledsoe, 508 2J Lincoln, fcSO 2.V34 Blunt, VCi 663 Madien, 15C2 737 Bradley, 60 9i7 Mc.Minn, MO 1024 Campbell, 473 279 McNairr, f3 786 Camion, 469 37 Marion biZ 336 Carroll, 1493 N50 Marshall, IM 14U6 Carter, 743 " 129 Maury, 1516 1970 ClaiSorne. 700 744 Meis, 150 634 Coc'e. 813 l-i'J Monroe. V62 900 043 M'ntj'iiTry.ia? o 1976 Morgan, 229 1S7 277 'Uon, 357 4S7 573 Overton, 467 1112 674 FeiTy, 43J 2s7 271 folk.. 367 517 Cotfee, 332 Davidson, 2ti9d Decatur, 3S4 De Kalb, 571 Dickson, 386 m-r 383 Fayette, 1217 1060 Khea, 19i 321 Fentres, 113 432 Koane yW 671 Franklin, 39 1207 Kobortson. 1236 Gibson, 1423 &8 Fuüurfurd, 1731 1439 Cile; 1339 1511 Sevier, 7.-7 57 Grain-er, 1U94 4e9 thb, 1607 Greene, 963 1543 intuitu, 2330 719 H aim Hon, 6d3 634 Stewart, 574 795 Hardeman, 723 1016 Sullivan, 436 1375 Hardin, C21 770 Summer, 922 1991 Hawkins, 1252 1243 Tipton, 352 42 llaywcod, HH) C72 Van Buren, 130 19 Hendersou, 126 4(30 Warren, 407 1161 Henry, JnGO 135J Wah!iiton,3i'.2 1016 Hickman, 301 9iv Wayne, 673 3. Humphreys, X9 42 Weakly, 669 loNi Jackson, 12;9 801 White, 1C64 503 Jefferson, 1463 215 Williams'n.lMW 703 Johnson, 382 66 Wilson, 2517 99 64,705 53,419 53,419 Ta ylor'9 majority, 6,6 Whole number of votes, 123.12t New York Official and Complete. rKESlDEXTUL VOTE 143. Counties. Taylor. Albiny 7668 Allegany 27!?9 liroome 2490 Cattareugua 2604 Cayuga 431d Chautauque 42U7 vheuiung 1943 Chenango 3537 Columbia 2943. 1379 1941 2832 5377 7607 2631 1353 1976 Jortlatid.-- Clinton Delaware Dutchess F.rie Iv-ex Franklin Fulton and JIam Genes Greene 2706 Herkimer 3430 Jefferson 4841 King9 7511 Lewis 1223 Livingston 3729 Madiso 290 Monroe 6j39 Montgomery 2924 New York 29056 Niagara 2323 Untjda 6032 Onondaga 5442 Ontario 3343 Orange Orleans Osweso Otsego Putnam 4172 .2405 3555 3929 bit; Queens 2444 Uensselaer 6241 Richmond"' 1099 KockbnJ 9W Saratoga 4433 Schenectady 1716 Schoharie -2724 Seneca 1767 St. Lawrence 3667 Steuben. 4357 Suffolk.fM". 2170 Syllivan-,.- 1672 Tioga 172 Tunipkins 3UU3 IMster ' 4tl59 Washington 4436 Warren 1270 Wayne 3567 Winchester-- 4112 Wyoming 2331 Yates 1619 V. Buren. 2409 2010 777 1236 3930 1623 2165 1431 2100 1393 1221 291-6 1294 2359 1119 911 1602 mi 1426 3393 4341 317 1253 2100 2739 4671 1C02 5116 2030 4306 4942 2627 1434 17 4251 1941 413 boo 2930 121 255 1405 444 654 1523 G023 3623 J 400 534 79 2648 2275 2U24 CIS 3690 1314 1637 1483 Cass 4001 1231 1939 1677 1031 1911 723 2616 2121 916 1472 7;6 322 3364 1002 974 330 1130 1551 699 2445 4332 739 1565 1433 12S5 19193 1313 3533 1272 Ü179 91G 1134 3671 996 1310 635 8tX) 1063 2513 1069 2671 1360 615 2021 1033 ' 1363 1634 127U 1970 1225 1019 797 21!6 1337 362 Total, 218,531 120,519 114,592 Taylor's maj. over Cass 103,'J59 Taylor's maj. over Van JJureu 93,032 Van Uureu's maj. over Cass 5.927 Cass and Van iluren ovt-r Taj lor 16,560 folk over Clay m 1344 5,10b Total vote in 1H4I was 433,fc82 1 otal vote now, including an estimate of 3,- Ott) for K-atteiing 456,662 Fa'lingotTin total vota fince 1344 29,220 Taylor's vote les than Clay's 13,931 Cass and Vau Buren less Folk 2,477 PcnnsylvauiaOiIicial and Complete. 1'resident Governor 1843. 1343. Tay- Ca. Van John- Long- Counties. lor. Uuren. son. streit Allegany, 1012 6591 799 8636 6164 A jams, 2576 1762 23 3331 lao6 Armstrong 20.W 212ti 141 2J94 2133 Berks 50t2 9433 51 4207 3411 Braver 2653 2303 530 2763 23ö3 licks 5140 2J61 163 5034 5215 Dtdford 2336 23lu 1 2613 2739 Blair 2476 1435 4 93 1327 Butler 2a03 2247 190 2410 SOUS Bradford 3272 I3s9 17Ö9 3211 3743 Cambria 1233 1336 12 1151 1431 Carbon &?9 llfl 1 768 996 Chester 594J 5360 507 5393 5140 Centre 1356 2611 4 1649 2544 Cumberland 3242 317 25 2939 3069 Columbia 2263 3196 27 19M 3157 Crawford 2205 274 8 621 24fO 249 Clarion 1372 2316 33 1255 1233 Clinton 911 967 1 b03 ll4 Cleartitld 761 lib 23 630 1113 Dauphin 3703 2234 34 3249 2269 Delaware 2194 1547 84 1975 15o0 Llk 134 24 26 145 233 Lrie 3118 Sü2J 356 3300 2087 Kayeue 3045 34-11 73 2776 3290 Franklin 4006 3499 4 2776 :290 Greene 1476 2379 49 1334 2362 lluiitin-rton 2390 1922 25 ?2-9 1671 Iudiaiid 2410 1544 204 2371 1563 Juniata -- -1 179 1222 3 1103 1201 JtUersou 337 972 19 7fc 992 Lebanon 2932 1"62 2 2G37 1300 Lancaster 11390 6oH 163 9727 5314 Uhi-'h 2978 3199 3 2550 2996 Lyeomin ' 2vi6 2357 9 1850 2293 Liuernu 3316 39t'l 176 2967 3735 Monroe 518 1320 3 425 1769 Mercer 2977 3094 1080 3643 3109 Milllin 1348 13?6 26 1443 1591 Monfomsry, 5010 5627 251 4615 5213 McKean 367 418 22 376 429 Northampton 3191 4203 38 2551 3176 Northumberland-1765 2253 8 1446 2121 IVrrv. 1562 2295 5 1339 2064 i'hiia.ltluhiacitv lo655 5266 309 b963 4972 I'hiladelyhia eo 205:5 16244 568 16998 16023 i'i:ie... 216 799 3 126 612 rotter K6 2-W 23 627 Schuylkill 4939 37oO 35 4264 3333 iSomerset 3018 1127 21 2755 1103 Sullivan 1'29 303 19 132 360 Suviui-hanna 1853 2363 301 1597 2416 IWa 1350 1344 953 1219 2077 Union 312J 1656 25 2337 1636 enan?o- 1061 1538 164 938 1532 Westmoreland .- 3124 5197 122 2356 4955 Washin-'ton 3398 3320 468 4065 49 Warren 913 1038 136 947 1145 Wayne 9V7 1642 202 855 1455 Wvomiiiff..-"'- 861 892 37 730 948 York Ose Hckdbed andtes Horses and two Church Edificks dejtkoted bt Fire. Tbe extensive stage edifices of J. M. Murphy, corner of Twenty-seventh street and 3d avenue, New York, were totally destroyed by fire about 12 o'clock on Saturday night of last week. 110 horses perished in the conflagration. Some 2S stages, 25 sleighs, and 20 tons of hay, were al so destroyed, occasioning a loss which is es timated as high as 840,000 or $50,000. The buildings are believed to have been Eet on fire intentionally. The flames communicated from the stables to the 27th street (Rose Hill Methodist Epis copal) church, uuder the pastoral care of Rev. Mr. Stratton, and to the parsonage adjoining, and owing to the failure of the Croton water, from a deficiency in the lower resorvoir or other cause, were consumed. The property was valued at 810,000, and was insured to the extent of 85.000. St. Barnabas' church, a build ing of no great value, and several frame tene ments adjoining, on Twentv-seventh ttrcet, and others on the 3d avenue, were deMroved; also, the two story brick building, publ ic s-hool house Nuinbtr 15, valued at about $G,-000. Chloroform asdCholeka. A London cor respondent of ihr 2. Y. Commercial aylhat among the multifarious remedies employed, chloroform has just beenle?t;d by oue Lou'loit practitioner, who report having usv-d it in 12 cases, in 10 of w hich it was attended with perfect nucceas, while as regards the remaining two, which proved fatal, the Chloroform was not resorted to until the patients were both sinking. ThebutTerer is kept under the influence by inhalation as long as the bad symptoms recur. In some instances he w ill sleep for twenty minutes or half an hour, in others for several" hours, and on awaking will again be seized. One of the cases required the use of the Chi o- rolorm at intervals lor 24 hours. Although, however, these trials of Chloroform teem sat isfactory and hopeful, it will not do to be very sanguiue regarding them. Innumerable other remedies on their first trial in this disorder have been le ported upon as equally successful. and iu the course of a short time have been found as inefficient as those which thev were to displace. Mabrieo. On Tuesdav evenn?. lat. b the Rev. Mr. Goodwin. Mr. Joslph Patteh to Miss Nakct Harrington, all of this city. We tender the happy couple our sincere wishes for their future happiness through life, for their kind remembrance of the Typos la our office. (il'NJIY DAt:s. Ofkf) Second hand Gunny Bags which "wlvF have been tilled once with corn an4 are pt'ilect in every respect. 1 hey will contain 2k bushel each, t rice 12 cents rorptileby MCAMJ1S JIcKAY, dec l-w3t. Louisville. Ky. CON FECTION A R Y It E?i OVA L. GKOLLENBERG Would inform his friends aiil the public generally thai he has reniorrd hif entire stodk of Coiit"eciionarie, See, to his new lric store on Main street where he intends to keep at all tines s large stock of CON EEC HON AllltlS ot every description, TOYS, See, and respectfully requests a liberal share ot public patronage. Dec l-dJU'3t. 4833 5151 162 4315 Total, 16112 172661 112U0 168527 166228 The ote of Tioga, as returned by the judges, is Taylor lCGl.Cas 1J44; Van liuren 1U33. This was owtnir to the accidental reversal of the votes o Tay lor and Van üuren in Lib r y township, miking i: Van iiurcn 87. Taylor 1, instead of Jay lor 87. V in Düren 1. We have :umrned it up us it thoulJ have been, if the return had been correct. Fron ttip above table we find the following result. Taylor's majority over Ca, 13,451 " Dum, ,iyi Thr nonular vote in October amounted to. 336.754 In .Noeiiber it amounted to, S6'J,974 Increase; Popular vote in 1311, Increase in four years. 33.22U 331,876 369,974 38,09 New Jer Ta Atlantic, Berufen, Uurnnton, Catnd' n, Cape .May, Cumbelind, Kssex, Gloucester, UuJ-n, Hunterdon, Mercer, Middles-ex,--: Mjiitnouth,. .Morris p!.sjaiac, Salen:, So:r.eret,"t Sussex, Warren, $cy-Of0cial. ylor. 472 1004 17 627 1667 MOT 1297 1431 2190 a;3o 2469 3113 2-8 1749 1701 2028 1211 1634 7t0 12ft! 3014 1236 226 1319 3S24 bS2 740 3219 2053 1807 3150 2421 1304 15 6 1517 3443 4689 V.B. Smith. 15 - 30 23 - 40,009 36,830 Taylor's cisj. over Cass, 3,129. 127 E3 to 9 26 12$ I 91 129 2S 20 46 13 849 41 35 4 t PIANOS! PIANOS II f"PIIE subfcriber would reHpecttullv inform the L public that he bn ju-t received from New Vo'k a few vt ry superior Pu.nos of-the neatest and most prices. lahionable make; which he offers tor sale at Kaetern Alo-A selection of new Music, Musical Instru ments, Instruc ion Books. Guitars, Violin Bows, and Bridge, Italian String, &c, tc. QFor sale at S. Lister's Book Store, Main near Water st. fnov 13J THOMAS CONYNGTON. Jn.y. MARTIN & STOKWEU. Cincinnati &.N Orleans E. T.H. GIBSC.f. HO. M. STOCK WELL GX33SON, STOCKWTZX. CO., OMMLSSION PRODUCE MERCHANTS 70 Uro ad MreeU NEW YORK. wm. Mil m .Cincinnati. wm. H. stox wtLL,N.OrIesns IVIAIITIN dc STOCKWELL. PROOUCF. COMMISSION & FORWARO'G MERCH'TS Tchoupitoulas Street, KKW ORLEANS. . And General Commission Merchants. oct26d&wJ CINCINNATI. OHIO. JUST RECEIVED, ( KEGS lure white Lead; Oil 10 bbls Link-ed Oil: 5 do Turpentine: 25 boxes 8-10 Window Glass, low by A. LAUGffLIIf, Water sireemay IRON. A LARGE nnd general assortment of all rizeso Q. Common bar, Mat, Kound and Square, broad ind Narrow Land, Axe and Hoe liar. Plow Bar, Plow Moulds and slabs. Nail and email Rods, to- eeiher with all sizes usually called for in the above ine. resale by A. LAUGH LIN, ap 25 Water at. J. VA UTK I IV & CO., VOULD respectfully announce to the v. ad-1; fill wi ' VWitizensof Evansville and country jacent, hatth-y have recently opened a Shoebiore oil the West side ot.Main street, next door the cor ner of fcxeond, where they Are manufacturing BOOTS A.ND SHOES IX AM. THEIR ViKjOLS BRANCHES. Their experience in the business will enable them to procure the best of stock and haveit maiittacfifrrtf iu Ik punt durable wanner. We invite the citizens of Evansviile and public generally to call and examine our work, as we have a good stock ot ready made work of our own manufacture. Younz men wuhins fine Boots can obtain them here of every descn wn, ready made or io orcer ii preierauie. ah orcer lett with us tor work will be promptly attended to. The Indies of Lvansville are respectfully invitsd to call aad examine our large stock of Ladies' ware. is we stand reaoy at all times to wait on those that feci disposed to favor us with a call. We are prewir ed to manufacture Fancy sfhoes of every different style. i nose n:a vine oruers lorcnocs may rest assured that no pains wi'T be spared in trying to accommodate inen witn any eiyie tney wish. We ft el willimr to acknowledz our rrrttitiir ti the ciiizens for the friendship they have manifested towards us. and thank them for their liberal patronage, and hope that in return our work may merit their approbation. JÖT A 11 work done by us is warranted, and no charge made for mending work that heuld jcive way. ieonwouwu. J. VAU XKLN dtUU. I N store and for sale 50 bbl White Lime in coo i a oracrmntit ineap junel W. FOSTER.