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EVANSVILLE, CA., THDP 4T, DECEMBER 28, 1848.
VOL. 1.
NO. 208
Advertising Prices in Evansville Papers.
i square of 12 lines one insertion
$oo,ro
do
" each additional insertion, 00,25
dv
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
one week.
1.50
" ' " two weeks,
" one month,
" , . two months
. . " three months,
" " six months,
" " twelvemonths,
. fix manths, renewable to
average not more than once a week
" " twelvemonths, -
2,50
4,00
6,00
7,50
10,00
15,00
12,00
20.00
5.00
8,00
1 do
I '.nfh additional suuarc fur six months.
do do do ' twelve month?.
No advertisements to he considered by the yearun
less specified on the manuscript, or previously 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, unbss sooner discontinued, and payment
exacted accordingly. '
The privileges.it yearly advertisers will be con
lined tu their regular business, and all other adver
tisements not pertaining to their regular business as
2rped for, to be paid extra .
All advertisements for charitable institutions, fire
companies, ward, township, any other public meet
ings, and etuch like, to be charged half price.
Marriages and deaths inserted without charge.
Obituary notices and funeral invitations to becharg-;
ed half price.
Regular advertisers and all others sending commu
nications or desiring notices designed to call atten
tion to fairs, soirees, concerts; or any public enter
tainments where charges ana made tor admittance,
all notices ot private associations, every notice de
signed to call attention to private enterprizes, calcu
l7e;l or intended to promote individual interest, can
only be inserted with the understanding that the
same is to be paid for. If in-erted in the editorial
( Vilich cart only be at the discretion of the editors)
the same will be charged at lliö rate of not less than
Vi cents per line.
Knowing the above rates to be liberal and much
less :han is charged in other cities and towns for sim
ilar work, we make known our intention tobe guid
ed hereafter hv them; and to prevent any misuwler
standing. w deem it expedient to publish this on the
inside pages of our papers for out month, that all
persons tuny have an opportunity of making them
selves ucquaiute.l with the rates hereafter to be charg
ed by us respectively.
V. C. P E T Ell s c .
MUSIC PUBLISHERS,
No. 507 Main Street, Louisville, Ky.
;sr.XT noon, to the iunk of louisville.)
KX-jg CONSTANTLY on hand, douMu and
1 single Action Harps, .Musical Instru
ments ot every description, Italian
Strings. .Music published Weekly Music bound m
the stron f-nt manner.
Piano Fortes repfire.1 and tuned -to let, and sec
end hand Pianos purchased, suld, ot exchanged.
oeminaries supplied 'vith Music at a lilwial diä
ouut. marSlly.
i. iNPonm DiNFORXH.
J. OANFOKTU & SON.
WHOLESALE DEALKKS IK
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
1) II Y HOODS.
No. 4 14, Main !ät. Louisville, Ky. rai
A. 11. 'JOSES & CO..
X oducc Dealers Sc Commission Hslh'ts
"o. I Front Street, St. Louis.
liefereiices:
E. &. W. Lewis, -
Harrington, Hannah 5i Co.,
' j Evansville
S. W. Ball,
I H Whitinora
necuwuncc uryer, t r mil.
McllosHit Fngiish,
i, i
oct "Jij-y
Alathews & Patch'.
J. II. 31 A 411 EE & CO.,
A?etits of the
BQNHAR30UR MINIMS A!H3 -MANUFACTURING CO..
II AVE just received
LI öOOO doz. Cotton Yarn,
Which they are authorized to sell at Louisville prices
at all times during t.'ie season.
These Yarns are ofati excellent quality, and supe
rior to most of the Pittsburg Brands. Plea?ccail and
xatnine them. 1 8
COJIJXEUCJAL. HOT Eli.
' LOUISVILLE, KY.
P. W. BIBB, PUOPIETOIl.
83"Opiosite the Washington Hall, 5th street, be
wecn Main and .Market. mar "21 y
JO-rf.N l.NGLf:. JK nOKATIO Q. WHEELER
INGLE c WHEELEK,
ATTORN FA'S AT LAW, Srcctssons ro Battell
& I.Niit.F., General Collection and Real Efate
Agency. Office on First street, below Main.
N. B II. Q. WutELER, Notary Public. oc9 tf
DU. JOHN T. AVALKEK.
1 PHYSICIAN AND SURG EON. Office on Main
Street, between Second and Third, and nearly
opposite the Clerk's office, where he may at all times
be tounit unless aoseat ou proiessionai uusiuess.
dec vW, '47-t f
! TEUICAL.-GEO. B. WALKER, Physician
1 T I and Suraton. Oftice orwl'rst street between
Locust and Walnut, in the ofiice formerly occupied
by Drs. Tratton and W eever. aug 1U
! 1 EDICAL DR. C. S. WEEVER, (of the la
J.VJ firm of Trafton & AVeever,) Physician and Sure
geon, ofiice on the corner of First and Vine streets
a Vw doors above the Exchange hotel aug 2
jntiy E. TAYLOR. B.'BIIJ. HARVEV.
TAYLOR .t HARVEY; -Commisrion and For
warding .lcrcin(j, AVaterst., Evansville, Indi
ana. Have also a large, new wharf-boat where they
-will receive and store freight free of draynge. ap2U
HAS. HARRINGTON - If AAC A. CRANE P. G. O'RILEY
HARRINGTON, CRANE & O'RILEY,. For
warding and Commission Merchants, (succes
sors to Harrington, Hannah & Co.) Water St., op
posite the wharf boats. ' ' sep 6.
TAMES R. HARPER, Attorney at Law, off
I on 1st street above main. ijy 3.''
JUST RECEINED,
4A TON'S assorted Rod nnd Bar Iron;
hmf IM kegs assorted Juniata Nails;
,25 bundles spring Steel;
5 do sheer do;
I case extra Cast do;
Plow slabs. Boiler and sheet Iron;
Rasps, t iles, and Door Latches,
"Which, together with our former Block makes
complete.
For f ale low by ' A. LAUGHLIN',
may 9. AVaterstieet
GUNNY RAGS.
Qß (inO Second 'amJ Gunny Bags which
UUU have been filled once with corn and
are perfect in every respect. Thev will contain 21
bushels each. Price 12 cents for sale bv
FRANCIS McKAY.
I-w3t. ' . , LoniFTÜle. Ky.
ALEXANDER LAUCillLII.
crv- liolesale asiu lleta.il -rf?CTr!v
35? Grocery, Iron, Nail, Tin
EtiSiukand Sheet Iron Store. gSiasaa
wate li stbekt, kvansville, Indiana.
WE beg leave to call the attention of merchants,
Traders, and Farmers generally, throughout
the Wabash country, Illinois, and the Southern por
tion of Kentucky, to our large and very-general
Stock of Groceries, Iron, .Nails, Tin Plate, Copper,
Wire, Axes, Cotton Yarn and Domestic Ma pic
tured Articles. Which we oiler for sale at very re
duced prices for Ca.-h or Produce.
The head rif the house residing in Pittsburgh, will
enable us to be regularly supplied with nil articles in
our line.. Dealersand country merchants need not
travel beyond Evansville tor a supply of all articles
they may need, and they would consult their interest
by giving us a call, as we are determined to ineriu
share of public patronage. The bus-inesa will be
conducted by
JAM ES LAUGHLIN, Jr.
5KT Feathers, Hides, Tallow, Beeswax, and all
kinds of Produce purchased at the highest market
price. . ' may !, '47-tf
TAyLOJt HALL.
JNO. M. APP respectfully informs the
uäl public generalllv that he has leased tor " fo,
term ot years, the weil known tavern stand in Ev
ansville formerly kept by E. Ehrsam, and lately by
benj Nurre. '1 he house has been thorougnly re
paired, and handsomely tilted up wiih entire new tur
nittire, and those of the travelling public w ho may fa
vor him with a call, muy rest assured that llir.ir com
fort and convenience will meet with every attention.
His Table will always be supplied with the best
that the market allords, tind his liar furnished with
the choicest loquors, carefully selected by an experi
enced hand
Attached to the Hall, and immediately on the
Public Square, are his stables, acknow ledged by all I
to De me mosi spacious ami convenient in me uace.
auif 2G, 18 17 t f. - , J N O. AI . APP.
SIIEKAVOOD HOUSE.
FIRSX STltEET, EVA.N3VMI.LE, INDIANA.
THE undersigned having become proprietors
of the above well known establishment, beg j
UilL leave to offer their services to the public and to j
soiicit a share ol patronage. They hope to be able to i
continue the favorable consideration the House has ;
heretofore enjoyed under the .management of Mr.
Sherwood. No exertions w ill be spared to give uni
versal satisraetion to all. The Table and the Hurl
1 will be abundantly turn ishul and the rooms kept I
clean and neat. Charges us heretofore moderate j
' nov 4-tf PL T Eli blKK. ;
PRIVATE KOAUDING HOUSE.
THE undersigned has opened a Private
Boarding House in the Brick Building on Wa
ii, tur Street, .ibove Main, known as the Wheel
er House. My object is to keep a hoiii-e for the ac
commodation of Gentlemen principally. There re,
however, three or four very pleasant rooms in the
House which can be fitted up lor the accommodation
of small families. The table shall not lie surpassed
by any in the city.
Nov 4th A. FARXSAVORTf L
FOR ST. LOUIS.
Ut'rfS Krgul.tr Wednesday racket.
SHSS&iteiia THE elegant, fast-running steamer
ATLANTIS, S. S. Paxon, Master, will leave Evans
ville for the above and intermediate landings every
Wednesday, at 8 o'clock A. M.
For freight or passage apply on hoard or to II AR
RLNGTOX, CRANE & O'RILEY. jy 21
cash rem taüoiu.
THE hbhest Cash pric-e will be paid for Tallow
at the Soap and Candle Manufactory of Mc
INERN Y & Co., at Divinkm street. oct;it)-3in:
FALL AND AVINTJ'll DRV GOODS,
.1
UST eceived by M. V. Foster, at the corner
of M in and First streets, a large and general as-
ortrnet f Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, suitable lor
he present ami approaching seisons, consisting in
part of French and English black, Blue, Green, ( flivc
and Cadet; 6-4 Cloth, Cassiineres, Satimetts, Tweeds
Jeans, Linseys, Flannels, superior and common bed
and over Coat Blankets.. Prints, Ginghams, Dehmes
Lamertine and Madona Plaids and Sn ipes. Plain
and Figured Alpacea Lustres, Bik Satin stripes,
Mode and Figured Cassimeres, superior Ben Gro Do
Rive, Italian and Plaid Silks; Silk, Velvet, Satin;
Silk, Linen and Lisle Lace, and Edgings, Fringes,
Uuttoiis, r lowers, it iodoiis, ivc, ccc:
Also 60 Cases Booti, Shots, Hats, Caps, Bon
nets &c, making my assorttnen very general, desira
ble and complete. I would res( ct'fully invite the
attention of purchasers to call and examine the stock,
as I have no boubt, it would be to ibu inteietl of both
parties, as 1 am determined to sell at tiie, lowest
orice for cash, or in exchange lor proitu.ee.
oct Id M.W.FOSTER.
.Of tbeXew York Cheap Store
To the Brick Store on Mnin Strett, for
merly occupied by Vi likani llugues.
WHOLESALE AI II El' A IE
R'
1C11AKD KALiGll returns ins tlianks to the
public lor past tavors and solicits a continua
tion ot the same. 1 am just receiving hum ew
York and Philadelphia a large and spiendid stock ot
Dry Goods, consisting in part of superfine Cloths,
Casinieres, Satiineus, and rich Vestings, Hats.
Cap3, Water Proof Boots and Shoes, Ladies Gaiters
and Fine Shoes of superfine quality.
A large and splendid stock of Domestics of every
kind; Siik, Gingain, and cotton Umbrellas: a lartre
stock of Ladies wear, such as Bombazines, Fancy
colored Alpacas, and Delanes, French, English, and
American Calicoes, Ginghams, &c; a large assort
ment of Eight Day and l hirty Hour Clocks, Look
ing Glasses, and almost everv article in the Drv
Goods line. Also, Salt, and Groceries of every kind
at Wholesale, all ol whicn will lie sold at remarkably
low prices for cash or anv kind of merchantable pro
duce. Country merchants will tind it their interest
tocall and examine my goods and prices, as I am de
termined to sell as Iowas anv house west of the
Mountains. RICHARD RALEIGH,
oct 2b-3ni
NEAV IRON STOREIN LOUISVILLE.
riAiiE Subscriber late ot New Albany has opened
JL his Store opposite the Louisville Hotel. Ho de
signs to sell at YV holesate to Merchantsl'ra.lors and
BiacKsnnth'sand invite them to an almost entire new
StocA- of BAR IRON, HARDWARE and CUT
LERY; which consists m part of
100 tons Bar Iron ass'd K'OO lbs Smoothing & Tai
4000 lbs. Cast Steel. lors Irons.
2000 " A. B. Steel 200 cast .Mould Boards,
2000 " Engli:-ri, Blister 200 setts AV'agon Boxes,
Steel. 30 sets Eleptic Spri.igs,
1000 " German Steel, 10 Iron Axels.i
2000 "Shear and Springs 300 " Knives & Forks,
Steel, 200 doz Pen and PocÄet
600 Keas nails, all sizes, Knives,
40 doz 7d Col'ens Axes, 30 doz Butcher & Shoe
50 " Spadesand Shov- Knives,
els, 100 doz Butt Hinges,
500 pair Trace Chains, 200 Gross Screws,
1000 lbs Log Chains, CIRCULAR,
40 Mill Saws, 6 to 8 feet Hand and Panned Saws,
30 Cross Cut Saws, 5 toAugurs, Chisels, Plan
7i feet, Irons, Rules, Gouges.
20 doz Coffee M ills, Door Locks, Eatches,
20 " Tea Kettles, Counter Scales, Brass Ket
24 Mouse Hole Anvils,tles, Iron wire, Razors,
24 Blacksmiths Vice, Scissors, ic, &c
1000 lbs Hand and Sledge
Harr.ro T,
nm In. HENRY B. S HULLS
Glx J. L. BITTISO LFF.
fc-itök i"-'-""i-i' - r rai patronage,
would respectfully inform the citizen., 0f Evansville
and vicinity, that he has just receivt.j his new an'
splendid stock of Jewelry, Watches; anj Clocks,
which he will sell at regular Cincinnati prices, Lis
stock consists in part ot:
Fine Gold and Silxer Lever Watches; ' ;
A. splendid assortinuiit newest style ladies Coral
Breastpins;
Earinirs, Fingerrings &c;
Gold Guard and Fob Chains;
Miniature cases, and Lockets;
Fine Mourning Pins, Bracelet Clnsns;
Guard Keys, Collar Buttons, and Sids;
A large selection of Gold Pencils with and without
pens; . -
A largelot of Bavley's best Gold Pens with and
without hoiücrs;
Silver Tables and Tea Spoons;
Silver Thimbles;
Every description of Steel Trimmings;
Steel" Beads and Purse Silks;
. Fine Fans, Accordions;
Solar Suspending and Parlor Lamps;
Girandoles Vc;
Every description Silver and common Spectacles
Fine pocket Knives i.e.;
B few Fine French Mantle Clocks;
to which he would call the attention of those wish
ing to purchase. Ladies are invited to call and ex
amine for themselves. J. L. BITTROLFF.
ap 15 Main Street between First and Second.
iADDLE, IIAltNEKS ANI TKl'SK
I3ANürAOTORY.
r! T-HVL'L'I'l i;i. .
&& str t w. 2J iV j. r. Etiiott.) .4Mi
will contiiiiui the above .aisiness at the "iia. 11 I O
old stand. Main street, Evansville. He will always
keep on hand a constant supply ot Saddles, Bridles,
Trunks, & etc. ol the best workmanship, which he
offers at wholesale or retail et. the lowest prices.
Also A great variety of Trimmings used by Sad
dlers, Harness-makers, und Trunk Manufacturers.
In addition to my former slock of materials 1
have just received a very large and genual assort
mciit ot
Saddle Trees, of all kinds,
Skirtine, Harness and Bridle Leather;
Hog skin seating;
. Cait süiu do;
Piush do, every variety;
BridleBitts and Buckles, all kinds;
Stirrup Im-ws, &.:., &:.
Riding, Bi'iry and Wagon Whips,
Together with .ir'icles in my line, at wholesale
md retail.
Person dealing in the above articles will find it to
their advantage to call und examine my stock.
All orders promptly attended to at Hie shortest no I
tice. imayy lv j J. P. ELLIOTT :
ILST received by JOHN SHANKLIN, corner o
J Locust and Water treet, Evansville lOO Pack
ages, consisting in pnrt ol the following article:-, via
500 pieces prims of the newest style.
15 bales Brown sheetings,
00 pieces Red i'laimuis,
20 AVhite do
20 " Canton do,
5o " Bed Tick.
25 cases Boots and Shoes,
100 pieces Bleached Shirtings,
20 pairs Laige Blankets,
Blue and Green Mackinaw do,
15 boxes i-ats and Caps, assorted,
60 dozen Hosiery,
Säumet, Customers and Jeans,
Buena Vista Ca.-imere;
Paramattti nnd Coburgh Cloths,
California Plaids, Caslufieres, M. do Lains,
Alpaecas of every variety. Wool Cloakings,
5 pieces tiro De Rhine Silks.
Also, Linen Cambric- ildk'fs. f.tney and Black Silk
do. A large assortment of Shaw Is from 50 cts. to
$8,00.
JO" All kinds of Produce taken in exchange.
dec21-'47tf
CRAWFORD BELL,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DRUGGIST,
MAIX STKEET, El'AXtiVILLE, INDIANA
HAS now in store and daiiy receiving his Spring
su: ply of Drugs, Me ltaues, 1'aints ,Ods, Dye
St ajl, buMYMt. tXHifi, 1'trj'umerg. Window Glass,
GMSstrarr, VaenisU, l'uuituinl urni.'h Brushes, &:.
c. My Moik is one of the largest and most com
plc'e ev.T before offered in this market, comprising
a- .ast dvery article in my line, selected by myselt
with great care in regard to the best qualities, and
purchased directly from first hands and on the best
term.-, by winch means I am enabled to sell at as iow
a rate as anv other House in this part of the country
Dealers are respectfully requested to call and examine
t:iy siock before purchasing elsewhere, and those who
cannot doso, by sending their orderssball have them
attended to as promptly and at rates as iow as if here
in person.
My stock consists, in part, of the following
500 ozSulp Quinine: . 150 lbs Chrome Yellow;
j oz iodine; in ntiis 1 anners"Oil;
100 oz Hy 'd I'otasso, 5 do Linseed do:
50 oz Peperint; 5 do pure Castor Oil;
-uo oz t,.t uui'Ki re;;p t
10 do Spirits Turnen
AM lbs Gum AI:
350 do Assntetii:
tine;
5 do Copul Varnish;
250 do Pulv tChunarb;
3 do Alcohol;
S 10 do Copperas:
v, 5 do Alum;
200 boxes Bottles and
Vials;
c" A00 do AVindow Glass;
( 5 Carboys Uil A'itriol;
6 do Nitric&Mu-
riatic Acie;
,1500 lbs Salaeratus;
(1000 do Red Ix-ad;
t J00 do Litharge;
S 10 boxes James' River
Tobacco;
) 150 kegs White Lead.
250 do do Jaiapo;
15 bbls Sulphur;
5 do Brimstone;
300 lbs Soft lndiso;
12i0 do tine Madder;
200 do Nutmegs;
:0O do Cloves;
100 mats Cinnamon;
200 11)3 CaliMiiel:
500 do Cream Tartar;
10 bblssp. Whiting;
10 do do Brown;
10 do V. Red;
150 lbs Chrome Green;
i00 do Pans Gretn;
It5-Ginsevir, Flaxseed, Feathers, and Leesirax ta
ken at the highest market pnee in exchange for a
goods sold, or in payment ot debts due me.
N. B. All persons indobted to the tirin of AV. & C
Bell will please settle up as soon as possible, either
by note or otherwise, as 'he firm has been dissolved
since the 23d of August last.
jan2lJ,'43-tf. CR AAV FORD BELL.
MEDICAL. C'AIiö.
DR. J. B. STINSON, would respectfully inform
his friends and the public that he has located
himself in the city of Evansville. where he intends
devoting his attention to the practise of Medicine and
Surgery. In tendering his services tS the public in
tbis capacity he pledges himself to attend promptly
and faithfully to those who may favor him with
their confidence, and he trusts that the opportunities
which he has enjoyed for acquiring a Medical Edu
cation will be a sufficient sniarantee to his i'nends at
ieast of his capabilities to discharge successfully the
important duties of his profession.
Office with Dr. L. L Laycock where he may be
found at all times unless professionally absent,
aug 10 d&vvly.
INDIANA HALL By A. Hanbold.
This Hotel is situated at the foot of Division
"slieet, opposite the steamboat landing. Char
ges moderateand accommodations excellent, niv 10
CONRAD BAKER. THOS. E. GARVIX
BAKER & GARVIN. Attorneys at Law, Evans
viile, la. Office in theCourt House, sep3 '1-5.
Cincinnati Clothing Store,
S- Xext door to C. Bell, Druggist,
MAIS S T., E VANS VILLE IA.Z.
AllLEKINt; Ac UllUJIMEK c
HAVE just received from their .Manufactory in
Cincinnati, the latest New York style of
FALL AND AVINTER CLOTHING. '
All of which are made and trimmed in the best man
Her under their direction expresly for this market,
and consists of every article requisite to complete
gentlemen's wardrobes.
COATS.
Superior Black and BlueFrerrch and Eng'i?hClotb
Dress, i' rock and tack Coals, lull trimmed
Cassirneret, Brown, Gret n and Gray, and all col
ors ot Tweed Dress, Sack and Frock Coals.
Black Summer Cloth, Lustre and Croton Cloth
Dress, Frock and Sack, Brown Linen and Linen
Check and Gingham Coats. Every variety of Coats
Cctitees and Roundabouts.
ALSO BLANKET COATS.
PANTALOONS.
Superior Black anil Blue Cloth and Cassimere
Pants. Fancy French Cast-imere do. Black Lustre,
Brown Linen, Linen Check, Tweed and Corduroy
Pants, of every variety and price to suit customerst
"VESTS.
Bbk Satin, plain and Fancy Silk and A'elve
white Marseilles anil Marseilles of ail colors, and -kinds
ot common vests and pri:es.
fuun'isiiim; goods.
All the late styles of plain itt
and fancy silk and satin Cra-j"' .,i
vals. Scarfs and stocks; whitcujlIL
silk and all oohirs Pocket Handkerchiefs; Linen and
Linen bosom shirts; Muslin and Fannel d).;. Flan
nel and Net under shirts and Draws; Shirt Col
lars; Fashionable Beaver, kid, threa! and cotton
Gloves; embroidered and plain gum suspenders; silk,
gingham and cotton Umbrellas; Silk Huts; Caps;
Boots, Shoes; walking canes, dtc.
All the above articles and everythinc else in the
'urnishing line will be sold at Cincinnati prices for
;ash.
We shall continue to receive fresh supplies weekly
during the season troin our .Manufactory in Cincin
nati. lap 4-tfj AHLERING & BRUMM EU.
E. T. H. GIBSP.V.
MARTIN & STf'KWtU,
Cini-iniiaikVN Orleans
JNO. M. S rOCKWELt
GIESOir, STOCKV7I7I.I., &. CO.,
COMMISSION PRODUCE MERCHANTS
7li Lroad Mrect,
NEAV YORK.
wm. ARTiN,Cinciidiati..wM. h.stokvvei.l,N. Orleans-
rA7LT2IT &. ETC C3EVJ
PRODUCF. COMMISSION & FORWARS'G MERCH'TS
Tchotipitouhis Street,'
M AV ORLEANS.
And General Commission 32tiriiants,
oct 2dd&.w CINCINNATI. OHIO.
IIOU.SU TO HUNT.
JfÜJLJL I wish to rent niv dwe!lit!2 house.-2-
ia : -. 'J
conier of Sycamore tind Fourth street. The house
contains f.;ur rooms and a kitchen and ceilt r.
50-Apply to CHR1S11AN DECKER.
LIQUORS.
Alv. JUST received a laJge lot
of Liquors,
lid ot a pure
ui anan s, V. ines, Vc. 1 ho.-e ;hut met
article tor sickness will please call at
nov 1. ALL1S i HOWES
F. I. FA-LIAK,
pS Fashion able Boot and Sho Maker.
WOULD inform his friends and .
public
that he now has, and intends to c
.-tanuv
I Keep, a line lot ot Philadelphia Cuif-skoi,
or lino W'trti . W or iv ot everv description uon.' with
theulm st neaiaess and despatch. On Main Mreet
opp osite the Unnk ap 2 dly.
Frt'üih Oysters.
Cj are in receipt nnd snail continue 10 receive
? throutrliout the Winter r resh Oysters packed
n Ice direct from Baltimore.
A.Ir-0The same hermet-icnlly scaled in Cans;
and shall be happy to till all orders at homo and
abroad nov. 11. . ALLIS &. Ho WES
J. VALTUIK & CO.,
jr- YS " OL'LD announce to their friends annf
tWcustoniers that they have removed the! i jt
Shoe store on .Main street a few doois below their
former stand one door below LittroltPs Jewelry tihop,
where they intend to keep constantly on hand a
large stock ot Boots and Shoes, and are daily man
ulaciuiing work ot every description. We would
say that we have established ourselves permanently
in this place, and intend giving our peisonal atten
tion to business, and make Use of every effort to ac
commodate b'1 our customers. We feel highly gral
iiled with the patronage;we have received since we
have been in Evansville, nnd the continuation of the
same will prompt lis to contimieand enlarge o.:r bus
iness. We have made arrangements to obtaia the
best of stock from the East, and employ the htsl of
workmen, and sell as low as anv manufacturing
shop in the wst; citizens nnd transient persons will
do well to call and examine our work.
As neretoloio all work made by us is warranted
and no.cimrge is made lor repairing work that gives
wav.
dec 14 J. VAUTRIN t CO.
DA r.URUOT YPi: LI KEMISSi; S
Buchanans Daituerrotype Rooms over
llallocks's Drug Store, Main st.
TjOR the style and delicacy ot the pictures made at
JO this establishment, he invites the most accurate
criticism. The degree of perfection arrived at in
making likenesses by this art, has I een the work ot
the most diligent and patient investigation.
Room open from 8 o'clo-k to sunset, and LIKE
NESSES TAKEN IN NY AVEATHER.
Ölrlnstruction given in the r.rt. nov 20-dlm.
IRON", .
V LARGE and general assortment of all eizeso
Common Bar, Flat, Round and Square, Broad
and Narrow Band, Axe and Hoe Bar, Plow Bnr.
Plow Moulds ami slabs, Nail and small Rods, to
gether with all sizes usually called for in the above
line. For sale by A. LAUGHLIN,
ap 25 Water st.
NAILS.
REGS Boston and Juniata Nails, assorted
WtlU sizes;
25 kegs Flooring Brads, assorted;
25 do Assarted spikes. -Vor
sale by A. LAUGHLIN,
ap 25 ' AVater street
NEW GOODS.
PRINTS, DOMESTICS, DRILLINGS, Ac
JUST received by sreamers AVyoming and Ger
niantowa,
18 bales 4-4 heavy and fiue domestic;
2 " 7-8 " Driiling;
Also. Prints and other goods, the first arrivals o
my Fall stock. fsep 14j 31- W. FOSTER.
SUGAR and MOLASES.
100 Iihds New Orleans Sugar;
i 1 1-
250 Bbls do
40 i do do
25 fauis Sugar
brand;
95 Lhla tin
go iuoiasses;
do do:
House Molasses Pelka
do do do do
t 'S!-,.-
1
For sale
ap 25
by
A. LAUGHLIN.
Water sire
MUTUAL BENEFIT
JLIFE INS CHANCE COMPANY
SlSTf THIS institution isdistingm
3" others, at home or a boad, uy a!!, or more,
iiiiTol the following peculiarities
1. Whfcre the nreniiums are over 50. it Tpmiirr
only one quarter part in cash, instead ot the whole.
t. it allows the assured to pay yearly, quarterly,
monthly or weekly.
3. No part of the profits are withheld, or divert
ed from the assured, ither in charity orotherwise.
4. It has no loan, either nominal or real, to pay
interest for, having a si tiicitnt capital funded, iron
premiums received.
5. The assured can withdraw his profits, or havo
them to accumulate, year by year, at his option.
. It azures to the ape of 67, instead of frtoppir
at 60.
7. It declares the profits yearly, instead of or.ee in
five or seven years, and iues scrip yearly i the As
sured, bearing 6 per cent interest wliicii s.-rip is i
deemed in cash, when the profits aniountid to j2i'K,
000, or allowed to accumulate at the option ol th
Assured.
ö. It enables a man to provide for his wife snd
children ui such a way, that although he may lose
every thing, they are safe; and all persons, v nether
married or unmarried, to provide for Old A&t, tick
ness and Want, as well as tor Death.
il. The Assured can surrender the policy nt ny
time otter the first year, and receive its equitable
value.
10 At any time after the first year, the Assured
can borrow on the scrip issued, "two-thirds ot its ,i
mouiit, so that he has nothing to tear ltom a change
ot circumstances, or inability to pay the primiuni."
11. Directors and Otiiccrs are chosen yeariy; and
the Assured votes according to his iu'.crjat.
v12- 'J '"' funds are all inve-ted in United States,
New lork, New Jersey and Massachustits stocks,
and in Real Estate in New ork and New Jertty,
wholly unincumbered, and of double the value loan
ed. 13. It pays no Directors, no Auditors, no Folici-
tois. It lends money to neither.
14. It does not recken trie Assured a year older
than he is but from six months less to six months
more, so as to equalize the estimate betwctnail uar
tie.i r
15. The rates are lower, the expenses less, and the
nrolits larger, than with Foreign Oiiiets; investnient
hire yielding twm 6 to 7 per cent. abroad only 3 per
cent. to tay nothing d 33 1-3 per cent reserved; nor
of interest allowed to those who lurnich a "gtiaran
tee capital." at the rate ot 5 :er cent, cn every hun
dred pounds subscribed, for every ten pounds paid
in !
1C. Instead of encouraging, eveiy precaution it
taken to prevent, a forfeiture of the policy.
17. The habilPyol the Assured ia limited by Law,
to the amount ot his premium note.
, ti ALLEN C. HALLOOK, Agent.
M. J. Bray. M. D. Medical Examiner.
All persons wishine to make insurance on thcti
own or on their iriends LIVES, will please call up
on the agent in this City, Office on Main street near
Water, and examine the terms and rates of the Com-da"y-
je 16-ly
FUSE & MAKINE INSURANCE.
-'If there be safety only in good security in
order to be secure ue mast be safely Insured"
V HE?' w? hear of our friends loosing their pro
t erty by rire.or that the vessel on which they hai
made shipment of Produce or Merchandise is los' , th.
first question we ask is "were you insured' Now if we
teelsuch an interest in the weitareotour friends, how
can any one risk the dangers that are continually sur
ronntiirig his own property wiihou beinjrable at any
time to answer the question if put to hlnibelf, '"Yea
l am Insured."
The Camden LtiMiranee Company of New
Jersey, weil make insurance on Buildings, House
hold furniture and Merchandize of all kiutla -also
upon shipment of Produce and Merchandize, on boad
ot Meam Boats, Sailing Vessels, Canal, Reel and
Hat Boats, at a fair valuation and at reasonablo rate
ot Premium, and, in case ot l.jss, as soon as the claim
can he properly adjusted pay over the same
ALLEN C. H ALLOC K, Agent.
t)thcc on Main Ft., reo" AVater,
mar 9 Evansville, Is.
INSURANCE NOTICE.
THE undersigned as agent for tb Col.
-vjumhus Ohio Insurance Company, isprepir-S-2sfled
to take risks on onshipmentsof iitrcharit
uize. Produce, itc, from and to any part of the C
States by steam and tailing vessels, steam, canal
keel and flat boats, also upon buiidings, merchandize
furniture, See, on most reasonable terms.
Tue high reputation which this Company bears f
its ability, liberality and promptness in adjusting lou
s;s, entitles it to the confidence and patronage of tit
public. ISAAC A. CRANE, Ag'i-
SELECT SCHOOLS,
rphe Male Academy and Female Seniinn
J ry will LVo vlente, commence their Fall Se.
sims the first Monday in September.
The school-year consists of two sepsions of 23
weeks each; the tuition payable quarterly as hereto
fore. Pupils can commence at any time, though it is
exceedingly desirable and important that they enter
at the beginning of the term, when subjects ol' study
arr begun and classes organi'-ed for the Session.
No pupil will be received f ir a less time than half
a Session. Deduction will be . made lor absence ia
cast; of protracted iilncss.
The Seminary comprises two departments, Pbima
av and Academical, occupying distinct yet contigu
ous apartments, being under one general superv ision.
and constitutingln reality but one school; tin Mudics
of the Primary Department being preparatory to th
more advanced ones of the Academical coure.
The Academical Department is arranged into three
classes, characterized by the branches studied by
them respeciively, nnd denominated for convenience
soke, the Junior, Middle and Senior Classes.
Jr.vioR Studils Arithmetic. Geography, Ancient
and Modern History. Eng. Grammar, VV atta on the
Mind, and Natural Philosophy.
Middle Class Arithmetic (finished,) Algebra,
Natural History, Botany, Chemistry, Astronomy
Anatomy, & Physiology
Senior Class Algebra finished,) Geometry Men
tal and Moral Philosophy, Rhetouc, Logic, Natural
Theology and Evidences of Christianity.
The above course is the more common, and in our
judgment one which should, in its general outlines,
be pursued by those desiring a systematic and thor
ough education.
The Male Academy, designed more Darticularly
for those studying the classic, and higher English
branches, will be conducted on the same plan and
terni9 as during the past year.
Vocal Mcsic A course of ft rty lessons, (two each
week) will be given out of school hours, on the ele
mentary piinciples of vocal music, for thoee who are
not members ot the df.y school ae well as for those
who are. Those who have never studied muuic as a
science, will hnd ihe course ffrted to thetn
EXPENSES.
Board and washing in the best ot private
families, per week, $1,50 to 1 75
Tuition in Seminary, Primary Department
per qunrter, - 3
i v.r 1 Academical "4 00 10 5. OO
English Branchesand trench or Latin 7 cfl
A'ocal ?lusic, tor the course,--g po
Lessons on the Piano $8 00; use of instrument soT
practice 82 Ov) ner quarter
M. AV. SAFFORD.
, A. f., Principa'.
Evansville, Aug 1. 1848.
Addenda. Fncoureged by the increarir? paaren
age during the past year, we have at no trfiHn ex
peilte, made arrsngeme nm to add very nracJl n (Ue
accommodations and fae-i n. s of tbeechooSs fi'efmf
and asstirance that our foirnwrparHimorfAtf:Wji'imds'
01 education enerally, wiitrtsiMdrtiiu'ef?j-l,'
j still rnoro liberal patrisnae. M. V K
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