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EVA DAILY OURNA 0 0 VOL. 1. EVAK&VILLE, IA.. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1848. NO. 207 Advertising Prices in Evausville Papers. 1 square of li lines one insertion $00,50 do do do do d do do do each additional insertion, 00,25 one week, L5" two weeks, 2,50 one month, 4,00 two months 6.00 three months, 7,50 six months, 10,00 twelvemonths, 15,00 da nix months, renewable to average not more than once a week 12,00 1 do " " twelve months. Each additional square for six months, ( do do twelve months. 20,00 5,00 8,00 advertisements to be considered by the year un less specified on the manuscript, orpreviously agreed upon between the parties. Announcing candidates for office $1 tor each name in advance. All advertisements from transient persons to be paid in advance. - Advertisements, not marked on the copy tor a specified number of insertions, will be continued one month, unless sooner discontinued, and payment exacted accordingly. The privileges ot yearly advertisers will be con fined to their regular business, and all other adver tisements not pertaining to their regular business as agreed for, to be paid extra All advertisements for charitable institutions, fire companies, ward, township, any other public meet ings, and such like, to be charged half price. Marriages and deaths inserted without charge. Obituary notices and funeral invitations to be charg ed half price. : Reyular advertisers and all others sending commu- j nications or desiring notices designed to cnli ait'in-i lion to fairs, soirees, concerts; or any public enter-, taintnents where charges aru made tor admittance, all notices of private associations, every notice de signed to cnll attention to private enterprizes, calcu lated or intended to promote individual interest, can only be inserted with the understanding that the same is to he pnid for. If inserted in the editorial (which can only be at the discretion of the editors) the same will be charged at the rate of not less than : li cents per line j Knowing the above rates to be liberal and much i less than is charged in other cities and towns for sim-1 ilar work, we make known our intention to be guid ed hereafter bv them; and to prevent any misuuder stun, li.'. we deem it exundient to putuisn mis on in iiisi.li unci's of our oaoers for one month, th, that all j persons may have an opportunity ot making them selves acquainted with the rales hereafter to be charg ed by us respectively. IV. C. FETER S & CO. MUSIC P UB LIS It EES, No. 307 Main Street, Louisville, Ky. (XKXT Door, to tre ba.nk ot louisvillk.) . CONSTANTLY on hand, double and ; single Action Harps, .Musical Instru ments of every description, Italian Strings. Music published Weekly Music bound in . the strongest manner. i Piano Fortes repaired and tuned to let, and sec- end hand Pianos purchased, sold, ot exchanged. j seminaries supplied vith Music at a liberal dis- j ount. umrziiy j. AXFORTH ' i. L. AftKOBTH, J. DANFOKTII & SO.f . WHOLESALE DEALERS IU FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY MODS. No. 4 14, Main St. Louisville, Ky. m21 A. U. JONES & CO.. 7 oduce Sealers it Commission XO&'ts No. lit Front Street, St. Louis. Reftrencets: E. & W Lewi,,. ...-.. ETansvilI(, Jlarrington, Hannah St Co., 1 Ileckwith Jfc Dryer, o, t . 1 s- w- Bal1 ziellose Sc English, 1 Ijmls- ill Whitmore uct'26-y Mathews & Patch. J. II. 7IAC2IIEE Ac CO., Agent of the 8QNHAR30UR M1NINS AND MANUFACTURING CO.. HAVE just received öOOO doz. Cotton Ynrn, Which they are authorized to tell at Louisville prices At all times during the season. These Varns are of an excellent quality, and supe rior to must of the Pittsburg Brands. Please call and iaiuite tiiem. ap 8 CO.TIMEItCIAC hotel! LOUISVILLE, KY. P. XV. BIBB, I'KOPIETOR. 5rOjiposiiethe Washington Hull, 5th street, be weeR Main and Market. mar 21 y JOUa IXMLC i ' HORATIO Q. WHEELER INGLE v WHEELER, ATTORN EYS AT LAW,Suocessohs to Battell tc I.iLE- General Collection and Real Efufr Agency. Office on First street, below Main. N. B II. W. Wheeler, Notary Public. focDtf DU. JOHN T. WALKER. "PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office on Main J. Street, Imlween ecoIld and third, and nearly- opposite the Clerk's otiice, where he may at all times be loutid unless absent on professional business. dec:W, '47-t f MEDICAL. GEO. B. WALKER, Thytician and iiurgton. Office on 'rat street between Locust and Walnut, in the office lormerly occupied by Drs. Trafton and Weever. aug 10 Il EDICAL. DR. C. S. WEEVER, (of the lat J.TJ firm ol Trafum Sc Weever,) Physician and Sure geon, ollice on the corner of First and Vine streets- a f w doors above the Exchange hotel aug 2 JOHN E. TAYLOR. Ä. UII.L HABVEY. BAYLOR fc HARVEY, Commission and For- warding Merchants, Water St., Evansville, Indi ana, nave also a large, new wharf-boat wnere they will receive and store Ireight free of drayage. ap23 rHAS. HARRINGTON" ISAAC A.CRA.NE-- T. O. O'RILEY HARRINGTON, CRANE & O'RILEY, For aardini; and Commission Merchants, (succes sors to Harrington, Hannah Sc Co.) Water St., op posite the whart boats. sep6. INDIANA HALL By A. Ilanfeold. rJJijl This Hotel is situated at the foot of Division lr ill strett, op;K)site the steamboat landing. Char Res moderate and accommodations excellent, my 10 COKRin BAKER. . TH0S. E. OARVI.N BAKER Sc GARVIN, Attorneys at Law. Evans ville, la. Office in the Court House. sep'J M6. JAMES R. HARPER, Attorney at Law, office on 1st street above main. Ljy JUST RECLINED. TONS assorted Rod and Bar Iron; j" 100 kegs assorted Juniata Nails; 25 bundles spring Steel; 5 do sneer do; I case extra Cast do; Plow slabs. Boiler and shert Iron; Kasps, riles. and Door Latches, together with our former stock makes Which, complete, For sale low by may 9. LAUGHLIN. Water w ALEXANDEU LAUUIiLIN. nppsr Wholesale and Retail --nmv K r ' Grocery, Iran, Nail, Tin J-KiimiM-ir Uand Sheet Iron Store. SZLLsaS3 WATKK STKEKT, EVANSVILLE. INDIANA. WE beg leave to call the attention of merchants, Traders, and Farmers generally, throughout the Wabaidi country, Illinois, and the Southern por tion ot Kentucky, to our iarge and very general Stock of Groceries, Iron, Nails, Tin i'late, Copper, Wire, Axes, Cotton Yarn and Domestic Mi'! tured Articles. Which we offer for sale at very re duced prices for Cash or Produce. The iiead of the house residing in Pittsburgh, will enable us to be regularly supplied with ail articles in our line. Dealers and country merchants need not travel beyond Evansville lor a supply of all articles they may need, and they would consult their interest bv giving us a call, as we are determined to merit i share of public patronage. The business will be conducted by JAMES LAUGHLIN, Jr. r Feathers, Hides, Taliow, beeswax, and all kinds of Produce purchased at the highest market price. may 4, '47-tf TAYLOR HALL. JNO. M. APP respectfully informs the t,, ubliegiiierallly that he has leased foraiülIL lenu ot years, tho weil known tavern stand in Ev ansville formerly kept by E. Ehrsain, and lately by Henj Nurre. The house has been thoroughly re paired, and handsomely titled up with entire new fur niture, and those of the travelling public who may fa vor him with a call, may rest assured that their com fort and convenience will meet with every attention. His Table will always be supplied with the best that the market affords, and. Iiis liar furnished with the choicest lotpiors, carefully selected by an experi enced hand Attached to the Hall, and immediately on the Public Square, are his stables, acknowledged by all to be the most spacious and convenient in the place. aug Vb, 1847 1 1. JU. Al. Ai r, SHERWOOD HOUSE. FIRSX STRUT, EVA.VSV1LLE, I.NDIANA. THE undersigned having become proprietors of the above well known establishment. Iit-u SiiliL leave to offer their services to the public and to solicit a share of patronage. They hope to lie able to continue the favorable consideration the House has heretofore enjoyed under the management of Mr. Sherwood. No exertions will be spared to give uni versal satisfaction to all. The Table and the Bar will lie ahuuduutly furnished aud the rooms kept clean and neal. Charges as heretofore moderate nov 4-tf PETER BURK. PRIVATE HOARDING HOUSE. M'l'HE undersigned has opened a Private Boarding House in th Brick Buildingon Wa ter Street, above Main, known as the Wheel er House. My object is to keep a house for the uc commodu'.ioii of Gentlemen principally. There are, however, three or tour very pleasant rooms in ihe House which can be tilted up lor the accommodation of small families. The table shall not be surpassed by 8ny in the city. Nov 4th 'A. FARNS WORTH. MEDICAL CAltI. J. B. ST1NSON, would resw-ctlully inforn lis friends and tiie uublic that he has located liimsell in the city ol bvuiisviUe. where he intern devoting his attention to the practise of Medicine and t-urgery. In tendering his services tA the public in this capacity he pledges himself to attend promptly and iHithtully to those who may tu vor him with their confidence, and he truv,.s that the opportunities which tie has enjoyed lor columns a Medical Edu cation will lie a sullicient fuaraiitce to his friends at least ol his capabilities to ilischariie successfully the important duties of his profession. Office with Dr. L. L Laycock where he may be found at all times unless professionally absent. uug 10 d&.wly. Si ANj lEsTaud FAXC1 PAINTING. GEO. G. WALKER legs leave to offer his ser vices to his friends, citizens of Evansville and vicinity, as a Sign, Uanuer aud Fancy Pain ter. H has just returned home from Cincinnati where he served in one of the bes,t shops and under the eye of an accomplished master of his profession, und has commenced business for himself, trusting to the encouragement of old friends and a generous public, and determined by close application to still further perfect himself in the art. Those having work to do, are respectfully invited to call and con sult with him. Shop on Main Street, over Mr. Wm. Hughes Store, entrance on Second stree'.. Prompt attention will be given to all orders from neighlKirmg towns. Terms liberal, oct 23 U' t. .PAINTING. Sr.WILLSE would return his thanks to his friends and the citizens in general P A for past favors, and hope by close attention A I to business to merit a liberal share of the pub- I N lie patronage. Those having work in my line N T will do well to fiive me n cull, as 1 intend to T I work cheaper than the cheapest and as good as I N the best. All orders left with J. C. Heberd or N G P. (J. O'Riley will receive prompt attention G sep 19, d 6m. PAtlf TS2TQ. A CARD. THE undersigned having purchased the interest of S. C. Johnson in the Livery Stable, tenders his services to the public and solicits a continuation of favors. His stable is at the old stand on Vine street, between the Johnson House and the river, where he can at all times be found, ready to wait upon the public. He intends to keep good stock, and his charges shall be in accordance with the times oct7-tf. JAMES WHITE M. C. COOK, M. D. Office Corner of Main and Pine Streets, ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI. DOCT. COOK tenders his acknowledge ments to his numerous patrons for the con !.. ,,....,.1 i.:ii i i. imci.vc ic7j.-u ill uis PMII anu uullliy til tSe important and critical department of the profes sion, to which he continues to devote his attention. viz: the diseases of the EYE and EAR. Having devoted the ast fifteen years to the study aud prac tice in this branch of medica science, he feeis assur ed that in even the most ineterate cases he can ac complish a pcrmanant and safe cure. His success heretofore warrants this degree of confidence in any case that may be presented. Persons who are unfor tunately afflicted with disease ofeither the Ei'E or the EAR, are invited to call and seek relief. . ap 11 dktwly. T TTINER'S Canadian Vermifuge Thebest i V remedy ever yet discovered for all kinds 0 ! WORMS. It not onlv destroys Worms and invio-.i- rates the wholesystem, but it dissolves and canWoft ihe superabundant slime or mucus, so prevalent in the stomach and bowels of children, more especially those in bad health. The mucus forms the lied or nest in which worms produce their young, and by re-, moveing it, it is impossible for worms to remain in the body. It is harmless in its effects on the system , and the health ot the patients is always improved by it use, even when no worms are discovered; th emed- cine being palatable, no child will refuse t take is not even the most delicate. JKrPrepared by JOHN WINER & CO., No. 83 Maiden Lnne. New York. Sold wholesale and re tail, bv J. WRIGHT, General Agent for the South and West, 151 Chirtres street. New Orleans. irOoiy Agertu in Evansyille, maryZJ-ly A LLIS St HOWES J. L jBITTKOLFF. "-fl',1J 'or past ineral pn,,,. wgum iCTpcvimuj iiiiuiiu me emztnsof Evarsvlile and vicinity, tint he has just rtt-eivfd his new a ' splendid stork of Jewelry, Watches: and CrKs, which he will sell atregular Cincinnati prices his stock cor Bistsin part of: ' Fine Gold and Silxer Lever Watches; A splendid assortment newest style 'ladies Coral Breastpin?; Earjncrs, Finserrines &c: 'old Guard and Fob Chains; ,'iniature cases, and Locke's; r ine Moirnin? Pin. Bracelet Clasps; Guard F, vs. Collar Buttons, and Studs; A larg election of Gold Pencils with and without A laraelotofBayley's best Gold Pens with and without holders; Silver Tables and Tea Spoons; Silver Thimbles; Every description of Steel Trimmings; Steel Beads and Purse Silks: Fine Fans, Accordions; Solar Suspending and Parijr Lamos; Girandoles fcc; Every description Silver and common Fine pocket Knives vice.; Spectacles B lew Fine French Mantle Cl-icks; to which he would call the utteuttuii of tho?e wish ing to purchase. Ladies are invite. 1 to caj; a;id t x amine for themselves. J. L. BlTTRtlLI F, np 15 Main Street between First and Second. SADDLE, HARNESS AND THCNK MANurACToar. J. P. ELLIOTT, (.SVv.- gor to v . ji.ivj. r. L.u,ott.) itgr.i v: X will continue the above business at the ftw! i:i jl.lJ n i arnni 'Aim n Ltmut 1. t. ..t .. 1 :i - ; ktHii on Imnd n orwt:mr Kinmhr nt w.-i.ii.... 1 runks, ic. &.e. ol the best workmanship, which he offers at wholesale ur retail at the lowest prices. Also A great variety.of Trimmings used by Sad dlers, Harness-makers, and Truuk Manufacturers. In addition to my former stock of materials I have just received a very large and general assort mein ol Saddle Trees, of all kinds. Skirting, Harness and Bridle Leather; Hog skin seating; Calfskin do; Plush do, every variety; BridleBitts and Buckles, all kinds; Stirrup Irons, A.c., iSdc. Riding, Buggy and Wagon Whips, Together with alt articles in my line, at wholesale and retail. j Persons dealing in the above articles willfmrMt tn I.. w. uiiuiw, 1UUI CO. ) their advantage to call and examine my stock. All orders promptly attended to at the shortest no tice. may 9 ly J. P. ELLIOTT MEW-UOObSI NEW (;o DS!! JUST received by JOHN SHANKLIN, corner o Locust and Water street, Evansville; IOO Pack 1 ages, consisting in part ot the following articles, viz Jit) pieces prints ot the newest style. 15 buies brown sheetings, 20 pieces !ed Flannels, 20 " White do 20 " Canton do, 50 " Bed 'l ick. 25 cases Hoots and Shoes, 100 pieces Bleached Shirtings, 20 pairs Large Blankets, . Blue and Green Mackinaw do, 15 boxes Hats and Caps, assorted, 60 dozen Hosiery, Sattinets, Cussimers and Jeans, Buena Vista Cassimere: Paramatta and Coburgh Cloths, California Plaids. Cashmeres. M. rl ' Lain.i Alpaccas of every variety. Wool Cloa kings, 5 nieces Gro De lihine Silks. Also, Linen Cambric Hdk'fs, fiincv and B'nrk Silk do. A iaree assortment ol S-htiwls from :0 i ts. to S8,00. HCT A II kinds ot Produce taken in eachan dec21-'47tf CRAWFORD BELL, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGIST, MAIN STREET, EVAXSVJLLE, INDIANA HAS now in store and dai.y receiving his Spring supply of Drill's, M'dicinis, TaiHt.t A)iln. Dm. Sttits, bviitf. iijaii, Ttrfumeru, M iniima (iltixx. Glassware, 'arfi i.'-.'i , Vuintonil I nrnvk Brunhix S.- 1 A... IMtw.k t........ ... i - ' j ....r. ,o i-uurai iiu com- plete ever before olfered in this market, comprising almost every article in my brie, aekcu-d by myself witn great care in regard to the best uuftlitie and purchased directly trom nrst bauds ami on the best term, by which tiuaiK 1 am enabled io sell at as low a rale as any other House in this part of the country. Dealers are rcspesifully requested to call and examine my stock before purchasing elsewhore. and those who cannot do so, by sending their orders shall have them attended to as promptly and at rait s as low as if here in person. My slock consists, in part, of the following . 500 ozSulp Quinine; , l.'H) lbs Chrome Yellow- Ä. .... f i r i i 1-1 ... i j ui munie: w rjnis 1 anners' I ) UK) oz Hy'd Potasso, do Linseed do: M Oi l eperme; 200 oz ExtBarkPrccip't;) 3."0 lbs Gum Aloes; , 350 do Assafelhio; ( 250 do Pulv Rhubarb; ; 250 do do Jalapo; S 15 bbls Sulphur; ; 5 do pure Castor Oil; 10 do Spirits Turpen tine: 5 do Copal Varnish;! J no Alcohol; 10 do Copperas: 5 do Aium; 5 do Brimstone; 300 lbs Soft Indigo; 1200 do tine Madder; 200 do Nutmegs; 300 do Cloves; 100 mats Cinnamon; 200 lbs Calomel; 500 do Cream Tartar; 10 bblssp. Whiting; 10 do do Brown; 10 do V, Red; 150 lbs Chrome Green; 100 do Paris Green; ) 200 100 boxes Bottles and j Vials; j uo i inuowu ass: 5 Carboys Oil Vitriol; I 6 do Nitric Jt Mu-1 . riQtii. A ..1. ''1500 lbs Salacratits; (loot) do Red Irf:ad; j 300 do Litharge; 5 10 boxes James' River S Tobacco; S 1Ö0 kegs White Lead. $grGinse?ig, Flaxseed Feathers, and Beeamnr ken at the hiebest market urine in excitation l.r ta goods sold, or in payment ot debts due me. N. B. All persons indebted to the firm of W. Sc C Bell will please settle up as soon as possible, either by note or otherwise, ns the firm has been dissolved since the 23d of August last. jaii2V4S-tf. CRAWFORD BELL. LLIS &. HOWES have temporarcly moved their V Stock and office to the new Liic Store: on Sycamore street, next to Laudilin's corner, at which P1? tn.ey rcsPec' y solicit their friends and the public ingeneral io extend to them the same liberal Patronage - they have so long enioved, alwas full grateful lor, and will always endeavor to deserve Sp20. GOOD NEWS, To those tvho love Oysters. IN consequence of a Telegraph Dispatch of the 17th inst. we have reduced the price of fresh Ovsters 5 cents per Can. nov 18 A LLIS Sc HOWES. PANTALOONS STUFF COATINGS Tweeds, superfine GOTTEN ADES, Crotens, black freuch Drap. ets.. Dran de Niennn. 1 .in. en and Union checks and striues. with nil th mnct ! desirable styles, for sale low at wholesale and retail by i P 1 MORRIS S.JOHNSON, j Cincinnati Clothing Store, -.j Next door to C. Bell, Drusist,x It MAIN S T., E VANS VILLE IA.t. , TT, All L ER IN G & BRUJOIER HAVE just received from their Manufactory in Cincinnati, the latest New York style of FALL AND W1NTEK CLOTHING. All of which are made and trimmed in the best man ner under their direction expresly tor this market. and consists ol every article requisite to complete geiiiifciueu s waruioocs. COATS. Superior Black and Blue French and English Clotb Dress, Frock and Sack Coats, lull trimmed Cassimeret, Brown, Green anil Gray, and all col ors ot Tw eed Dress, Sack and Frock Coats. Black Summer Cloth, Lustre and Croton Cloth Dress, Frock and Sack, Brown Linen and Linen Check and Gingham Coats. Every variety of Coats Coatees and Roundabouts. ALSO BLANKET COATS. PANTALOONS. Superior Black and Blue Cloth and Cassimere Pants. Fancy French Cnssitnere do. Black Lustre, Brown Linen, Linen Check, Tweed and Corduroy Pants, of every variety and price u suit customer?.. VESTS. Bbk Satin, plain and Fancy Silk and Velve white Marseilles and .Marseilles of all odors, and kinds of common vests and prices FURNISHING GOODS. All the late styles of plain tit and fancy silk and satin Cra-"U ,,,, vats. Scarfs und slocks: w hile! V 7 silk and all colors Pocket Handkerchiefs; Linen and Linen bosom shirts; Muslin and Fannel do.; Flan nel and Net under shirts arfd Draws; Shirt Col lars; Fashionable Beaver, kid, thread and cotton Gloves; embroidered and plain gum suspenders; silk, ttinirhaiiiand cotton Umbrellas; Silk Hals; Cans' : Moots, hot1 All the above articles and everything else in the ; uiimi times, occ. urnislnng line will be sold at Cincinnati prices for JAS1I. We shall continue to receive fresh supplies weekly during the season from our Manufactory in Cincin nu. inp4-iij AMLUll.VU 4, bltUMAlEll. Western Clothing Store, Next door to G. Vennemaris Hope Store, Water Street, Evausville, In. BY B It U M ME It & CO. HAVE just received from tneir Manulhctory in Cincinnati, a large assortment of rendu made fashionable clothing, suitable' for al 1 sea sons of nie year, an oi wnicn are made and trimmed iu the best manner under their direction, exiires-slvt'or ibis : oiioivri, mm tousisia u. every article requisite com I plete gentlemen's wardrobes superior Black and Blue rrench and English cloth dresses, frock and sacK coals, tun trimmed, blue and bltich Satnet frock and cack coats, Cashmeret, Brown, green. gray auu u;at K, ana ail Conors ot tweed, sack, frock ana oress coats, every variety ol coats, coatees and j roundabouts, superior black and blue cloths andcas- Mim repHiiis.iaucy r reni n cassimere do., lilue and black and cray and striped satinet panls and cordu roy pautsot all colors and prices. Black satin, plain and fancy silk, velvet cassimere, and satinet vests, and all colors and kinds of common vests at vnrtonc prices. All the late styles ol plain and (ancy silk and satin Cravau. Scarfs and stocks; white si!.; and all colors Pocket Handkerchiefs; Linen and Linen bosom shirts Muslin and Flannel do.; Flannel and Net undershirts and Draws; Shirt Collars; Beaver, kid, thread and cotton Gloves; embroidered and plain gum suspen ders; silk, gingham and cotton Umbrellas; Silk Hats Caps; Boots; Shoes; walking canes, .JLc. All the above articles and everything else in the furnishing line will besold at Cincinnati prices for CASH. We shall continue to receive fresh supplies week ly during the season from our Manufactory in Cincin nati.' augl'.tj BRUMMEh, & CO City clothing Store. S. KOIIN, Ab 2i Main street, Evansville, Ind. ' I MiE subscriber has lust received a very large and pi'ieumu bm.;kui laamoiiaute FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING, oi me luiesi siy les unu la-mons, comprising a gener al assortment of Coats of every descriniinn- Print-, loons of all sizes, qualities and colors; Vesia ol every grade and color, yllso a very general assortment of seansonable Furnishing Goods. His stock ol'Win- er Clothinff is unsurua.ssed bv anv hnnw in tho and resnoctfiill v rennest thntthn i iti-7f.no ,l,o -I. ...u' 1 - . " uuu uuutuiy Kiiouiu give mm a can oeiore purcha nig else here, and examine his stock and prices. 30"Remember No. 24 .Main street oct 21. A CAItD. HE undersigned would respectfully inform the JL citizens of Evansville and vicinity,' that he has re-opened his shop on Main street, opposite the Bank, w here he intends carrying on the Tailoring business in a tew ot its bra.iches. J hose wishim- to emolov i"i iu unu miu on iiunu uuriug misinos nours. sep 1 WM. HOLDEN SEW GOODS AAD EW IIOUSU. rpiIE store formerly occuphd by Mrs. Tiuj sto.n I. corner of .Main and Second streets, is nowoccu pied by THEODORE and JOSEPH VENNEMAN as a t ancy and Domestic Dry Goods Store. 1'hev have on hand a full assortment ot Fancy Goods, such as, Uassimere and Muslin Delain Shawls, silk and .Muslin Delain Handkerchiefs, Lady's and Gen tlemen's Cravats, plain black and plain mode colored Luf?tre and California plaids, Marino and Bombazine black Silk 1 yard wide, Linen Lace and Edgins at a very low once, a sooa vanetv nil otton irn unH Edging new styled. Silk Fringe tor Dresses, and a sood assortment of Trimminss. heavy brown Mn. lm, Drown and bleached Drilling, fine Cloth and Cas simere, Cassinet, Jeans, and a large assortment ot Cotton Goods for Pantaloons and Coats, Boots and Shoes, and Fur Hats. To our friends and the public in general, we res pectfully invite them to call and examine our stock j and prices belore purchasing. I We respectfully tender our thanks to the public for me very unerai patronase extended to us in our lor mir House, and v.e hope by punctual attendance to business to merit a share of patronage. Don't forget call, as we get new goods everv two months. T. Sc i. VENNEMAN. P 4 Main Street. DACUEKUOT1PE EIKENESSES Buchanans Dasuerrotype Itoonis over Ilallocks's Drug Store, Main .t. I70R the style and delicacy of the pictures n'ideat . this establishment, he invites the most accurate criticism. Ihe degree of perfection arrive"! at in making likenesses by this art, has been the work o! the most diligent and patient investigatn. Room open from 8 o'clock to sun?et, and LIKE NESSES TAKEN IN A NY WEATHER. CCrlnstruction given in ihe art. nov 2o-rllm. MOURNING GOODS. A FULL and very desirable assortment of Mour ningdress Goods, superfine Bombazines, Silk Warp, Alpacas, (some very line) Alpaca Lustres. iipertine biack, plain and figured berreges, black ' uanii; iiuw jjku ItllU iur tStlC 1UW UV ap 13 MORRIS. .S. JOHNSON. T OESTERS Received ner atnnmor Tinvo frr rr. j JLj Boston, 100 cans fresh Lobsters, hermetri-ally ; sealed; for sale by oc23J A LLIS & EOWES. JOHN J CHANDLER, Attorney . tLiwOi7rc " i on st. petween Mam and Svcamnrp MUTUAL BENEFIT LIFE lAMl'BAKCJJ COAFAXT. Till; institution isilisthmm others, at hom or Iii nit nonie or a noan, iv a::, or more, iMi'litinritifv 1. v here the premiums are over it requires only one quarter part in cash, instead ot the whole. '- V allows the assured to pay yearly, quarterly, monthly or weekly. ' 3. No part ol the profits are withheld, or divert ed trom the assured, either in charity or otherwise. 4. It has no loan, either nominal or real, to par interest for, haying a ei iheient capital funded, froi'n premiums received. 5. Tlie assured can withdraw his profits, or hare them to accumulate, year by year, at his option. . It assures to the age ol 07, instead of stoppina at w). ' 7. It declares the profits yearly, instead of once in hve or seven years, and issues scrip yearly io the As sured, bearing 6 per cent interest which scrip is re deemed in eash, when the profits amounted to fc200. 000, or allowed to uccumuiale at the option ol th Assured. r 8. It enables a man to provide for his wife and children in such a way, that although he may lo-t every thing, they are sale; and ad jwsons, wheiher married or unmarried, to provilefor Old Age, Sick ness and W ant, as well as tor Death. 0. 'Ihe Assure! can surrender the policy at any time alter the Inst year, aud receive its eouitabfe Ü i 110. $ 10. At any time after the first year, the Assured can borrow on the scrip issued, two-thirds ol its a-moui,t,--so that he has nothing to tear irom a tlmn-e ol circiirustances, or inability to pay the premium " li. Directors and Olhcers ore chosen veurlv: Aom lreJ VOIt occoidin' to his interest .12. ihe iunusnre all invested in L'nitttl sew lork, Nev Jers v nn,i 1cjn,.l,...,... State p. and in Keal Estate in New ork and New Jersey wholly unincumbered, and of double the value loan- 13. It pays no Directors. tors. It IfcTuls monev tonpithfr H. It does not rut mi tl.n 4 I ,i,i . , ..uiru a venr oiuer than he is-but from six months less to six months ties equalize me estimate betw een all par- 15. The rates are lowerthe expenses less, and the profits larger, than with Foreign Offices; investment, here y iclding fron, 6 to 7 per cent.-abroad only 3 Der cent. -to say nothing of Si 1-3 percent reserved; nor ot interest allowed to those who furnish a "cuarnn tee capital." at the rate of 5 per cent, on every hun dr.:d pounds subscribed, lor every ten poumfs paid lb. Instead of enrnnmrrintr c.n . ,.i. ,,, , . j.n-caunon 1 ,l,r'vrnt' a 'orteiture of the tioliry. i 1 lie habilitvof the Aurwl iu i;,.,;....i niied by Law. io me amount of Ins premiui . . alLenc. urn not.. ALLEN C II a I r rM-ii- ' ill. J. Brav. M. D. M,.,ii! k,;t . ' "u jui persons wishing to make insuranco on thu own or on their friends F.1VF.S ;li ..!.... ...t, on the agent in this City, ( Iflice on Main street near dan'1'1"' a" eAa"'1"1-' the u'r"ls anu ratts theCom- ' je io-iy FIKE A MAKIAE1XSUWAXCE. "If ilure he. oafctv onlv in enad -W,- order to be secure tee matt be safely Insured " Ui I,E wle hfnr of our friends loosing their urn trty bv hre.iir tlmril. ...i.:i. .i... made shipment of Produce or Merchandize is lost.lh. .(.i.uon weasK s -were you insured' Now it w tei l such-an interest in the welfare of can any one risk the dangers that are continually sur roundiiighis own property withou Mng able at any "am Ltsuml" ihueaUou if Put lo - "Yes The Camden Insurance Company of New Jersey, well make insurance on Buildings, House hold furniture and Merchandize of all kinds -also upon shipment of Produce and Mercandize on toad of ihtea, Boatsailing Vessels, Canal, Keel and r lat Boats, at a fair valuation and at reasonablo rates of Premium, and in case ot loss, as soon as the claim can be properly adjusted pay over the same A r,,, "ALLOCK, Agent, mar 9 voio on .uaiu si., near Water, Eva1Svillc, la. INSURANCE NOTICE. THE undersigned as agent for the Col. umbus Ohio Insurance Company, iprepar d to takeriHksononshinniPnt.i i.ri!-... utze, i'roduce, ic, from and to äuy part ol the V ataM by steam and sailing vessels, steam, tana! keeland flat boats, also upon buildings, merchsndizc furniture, Vc, on n;-ost reasonabio terms . 'i he high reputation which this Company bears f usability, liberality and promptness in adjiistinir lo, ses euutles it to the confidence and patronage of th public. Isaac a. ck an e, 8e. SELECT SCHOOLS, rphe JIale Academy and Female Seminit- J ry vill Deo volente, commence their Fall Ses sions the first Monday in September. The school-year consists of two sessions of 2' weeks each; the tuition payable quarterly as hereto tore. Pupils can commence at any time, though it is exceedingly desirable and important that they en-er at the beginnin of the term, w hen subjects of study are begun and classes organized for the Session No pupil w,l be received for a less time than half a btssion. Deduction wn be marl lor ni.t ; case of protracted illness. The Seminary comprises two departments, Prim.. Rv and Academical, occupying distinr.t wt ous apartments, being under one general supervision and consututing in reality but one school; tin studies ot the Primary Deparlment being preparatory lo the more advanced ones ol the A I he Academical Department is arranged imo three classes, characterized by the bn.Dcl.es studied by them respectively, and denominated for convenience sake, the Junior, Middle and Senior Classes Junior Stupiks Amhmeiic. Geography, Ancient and Modern History Eng. G-ammaP, VV aus on the Mind, and Natural Philosophy. Middle Class Arithmpti. fir.i, , Natural History Botany, Chemistry, Aetronomr; Anatomy, Sc Physiology r' Senior Class-Algebra finished,) Geometry Mti tal and Moral Phi osouhv. H iPioi-i i; ? . Theology and Evidences of Christianhy6 ' " l The above course, is th mnraonm i judgment pne which should, in its general outline.. uc imisueu uy muse oesiring a systematic and thor ough education. The Male Academy, designed more particularly for those studying the classics, ami higher English branches will be conducted on the same plan and terms as during the past year. Vocal Misic A cours,? of fortv r, 1. week) will be given out ot school hnnr ,t, i " nientary urinciples of vocal music, for those who are """ "1 uic uuyseuooias wen as for thoet who are. 1 hose w ho have neyer studied music an a science, will hud the course adapted to them n EXPENSES. ' Board and washing in the best ot private families, per week, -- f 1,50 to 1 75 1 union in Seminary, Primary Department per qunrter,--- , -j , , Academical "4 OütoVfir English Branches and Frerjch or Latin 7 clX Lessons on the Piano 8 Of); use of rnstrtrmen? for actice g-2 00 per quarter, i M. W. S AFFORD, Princicaf Evansville, Aug. 1, 184. ' rnnc'FI,T-' Addekpa. Encouracrml hv th ,vv". iui im; cuur!(, practice $2 00 per quarter. airedurind th mil ir m,m 1,.. - PB,r,lri pense, made arrangements to add yery much tcr OiPi fccommodations aud aci of thesdwofs feeling aiiu assurance mat our former patroT,aad tfrier.uV -f, ucatlon,.emTaM',' resrotitf tor oo e)rtsi ..in iraiage. r; W s , - ar,-2-17.