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TtKJfS FOR ANNOUNCING CANDIDATES. To BubsCr'l- ixr to the Journal $1, non-subscribers $2 invariably . in advance. fry We are authorized and requsted lo announce John mhols, as candidate lor the office ot Sheriff ot Vanderbugh county, at the August election. We are authorized and requested to announce i racket aiilm, as candidate hr County Treasurer, at the next election. op20 Mr. Chandler: Please annouuee the name of ft. W. Itvn bar, as a candidate for re-election to the of fice of County Treasurer at the ensuing August elec tion. ap2o 'Mr We are authorised and requested to announce - William Caldwtll as a candidate lor County Trea surer at the ensuing election. AW Notice. JOHN INGLE, Jr., Attorney AT Law Sccor to BatteU f- In gl General Collection and Real Estate Agency. liumnesy prompt ly attended to by himself and Horatio Q. Wheeler, Esq., who is associated with him in the professional Imsinesu. of the oil ice in which one uiay always be found. -6Cr Office on First street, below Main. 64 25. LAW Notice. J. J. CHANDLER, Attorney at Law. Office on First st., below Main. ap2i. ON RAD BAKER. THOS. K. GARVIN. BAKER &. GARVIN, Attorney at Ijaw, Evans ville, la. Office in tin-Court House. mp3 '46. H OR ATIO Q. Wll EELER,lry at Law-Of- lice with J. Ingle, jr. r irst si. below Main. Ie25. TAMES G. JON EH, Attorn) at Jmw, Office on p23 tf. First street, below Main. Q R. HAMILL, Attorney at Law, Office ill the court House, first Moor. . " apSTJ tt. BEN. STINSON, Jr., Attorn at Ij,w, Office on First St., below Main. . inyl5bin E A. CORDET, Notary 1'uUic Office on Main St., opposite the Bank . , . , st p 1 1 '45. M EDICAL. JOHN R. WILCOX, rhysieian $ burgeon, r irst St., above .Vl.nn, hvnusvillc. ap20. MEDICAL. GEO. B. WALKER, rkician Surgeon, comer of Vine and First sts. Ijy 10 '45. DANIEL MORGAN. JAMES MORGAN J I KDICAL. D. Se J. MORGAN, J'kysicmntA ll 1 ana surgeon, Ullice on f irst st., between Main and Sycamore; ap20 tf. M. J. BRAY. 1. CASSELBERRV. TRAY St CASSELBERRY, Fhytician andSur- JJ gon, t irst St., above .Maui. ' ap2J tt WIT. TRAFT'l.X. C. S. WEEVER. f pil A FTl N & WEEVER, Jkji'rrtiM Surgeon, L Olficeon First St., nenr the Sherwood House. N. B. Dr. Weever's residence is on Second sL, first door below Rev. Mr. Dodge's church.,., my 25 tf. ' JOHN E. TAYLOR. R. G1U. HARVEY. rpAYUR Se HARVEY, Commissi, and For ' J. wording Merchant, Water St., Evansville, Indi ana. Have also a large, new whnrf-boat wiiere they will receive and stire freight free of draynge. ap2"J v nanni.oroi.. j. n. H A n n An. if. r Aim. tf UJJ HARRINGTON, HANNAHS CO., Forwarding and Commission Merchant, Water St., opposite .i.- ...i r i . . ... . " ' 'i iiiw ntiari uouin. oiiu continue to receive Dim lor word on liberal terms. ap 21 tf. c McIH'GlI. Fushiimab.' Tailor. Water st..on- positc the slenm boat landing. dcc31 ly. DO'NEIL, Fashitmoht Tailor, First st , above Main near the Sherwood House. p20 ly. mrticiiu , finrfor'M niu st., one door from the comer of Second. Solicits a share of the patronage of the town and country. : ap21 ly. WM. IIOLDEN, FashionaUe Tailor, Water st over Scantlin's tin-shop, ap 24 ly. -T H. BIRTH, Stoni-Cuttrr. Shop on Main st., J near the canal bridge. np24 1y. JT. LAM H, Grocery, Vrovit'um and Prct T)a m Ur, Main street, Lvansville, In. i. . ap2Ttf WOOLSEY Sc N EIXOX SMHinistion M'rcLnt Auctinneern. M nin2il iLwir Iront S.ninl t. fftf M . R ENSC IILER, Mivlmir,.-iiiop fi fl-f IMust street, oppoi-itc the Sherwood if jj rfjr Every thin;? in my line done-V "IS cheap, with neatness and dispatch, give me a call op24 l y' v '" u 1 isiois j ut rccivea ty 2LT '-'Charles Keller, on Second street, at the sign-of the "Golden Key," a Inre and well selected 1 stock ot t tms ana nsTOLs ot all ktmls, which he ouers for sele at very low prices for cash. Also Gun Ix)cks of every description. AU kinds of repairing of Guns, Tistols, Door Locks, iVc., done to order. myl5Tiu. ADMIXISTRATOU'S Notice. Notice is hcrt by given that the undersigned has taken ' letters of administration on the estate of David St inch field, late of Vanderburgh county and St ate of Indiana, deceased. All persons indebted to said estate are re quested to make immediate Davment. and those hav ing claims against the same are notified to present mem uuiy auinenticaieu tor settlement. 1 lie estate is supposed to be solvent, myli-3w. JAS. T. WALKER, Adm'r. if J. STAFFOR D, Boot and Sioe Maker, wll I respectfully informs the citizens of Ev- iaiisville and vicinity that he has opened a shop on r irst street, below the Sherwood House, where he is ready to receive all kinds of work in his line, and which ho assures his friend and the public win neaoneiooruor. tsring on your favors, my 13 TO COUNTRY ItlEItCII ANTS.. JUlliMSWI & UKAISK, Watcr-sL, I wholesale and retail dealers in Dry Good, Boot aadShces, Bonnet, lint d-i d-c Have ju.t received their spring stock of fresh nnd tashionablo Goods, which they are prepared to offer to Country Merchants on good term. iter Purchasers are requested to call and examine - tnetr Block. ap20 tw&wtf. rinsand Summer C.oods Tor fcntiomon. OILNSON &, CRANE. Water street, are nrwninr -l-,l;. . ' r 1 - 6 Cloths, Casfimeres Tweeds; ' ' " White and plaid Drillings; Stripe an-ltilaid Linen; Silk and Marseilles Vesfings; Black and fancy Satin Stocks; Black and fancy Cravats; . Panama and Braid Hats; Fashionable Beaver and Silk Hats; Silk and Gauze Merino undershirts; Fine Muslin Shirts with Linen Bosoms; Cloth, Hair and Tooth Brushes; Gloves, Hosiery, Sec, See. ap20 tw&wtf. J BURR AN K, Corner cf Main and Second . Street at the 'Old Redly Store,' keeps constantly on hand a well selected stock of Dry Goods and Fam ily Groceries. Hardware and Cutlery. Axes, and ma ny kind of Farming Tools, Hollow-wur.Wood,Stone and Queens-ware, Boots, Shoes, Leather. Hats, Caps, Sec. Comprising a good assortment for fanners and the country generally, which he will sell as cheny as can b abought West of New York city. He will re cive in payment cash and all kinds of merchantable produce. He is thankful for the nnst. nnd ..!;.;. . from those who like to buy good articles and cheap acinic; cinrwuero, fifp Jf CHOCOLATE nnd Cocoa: A few boxes ron lon's fresh, for sale by fclHJ W.&. C.BELL T3 AISONS. 20 boxes M. R. a fresh article and for JL sale very low by fc4J W.&C.BEEL. MACKEREL. 8 bbls. no. 1, iust ree'd nnd for sale low by Ifcf W.& C.BELL. VERY IMPORTANT COMMUNICATION TO ALL PERSONS IN ALL FLACKS, - At (ill times, And nnder all Circumstances! TFyou are sick, get cured; if well, employ measures ..to continue so. fcvery individual iniiulgesin hub its, wnu.'ii must, to a creater or Ipsst tKU nl, disar range the admirable and intricate combinations which form the system, and consequently EVERY INDIVIDUAL should possess some mild, yet efficacious, simple . and accredited agent lor preserving all function of the body y in good urder. : DR. WOOD'S SARSAPARII.LA AND WILD CHERRY BITTERS will achieve this result, and should be in every family, and in the hands of every person, who, by business, profese ion or general course of litis, U predis posed to the very many little ailments that render life a curse, instead of a blessing, and finally result in their aggregated condition in the cause OF DEATH. The Bitters here mentioned are compounded by a man of great skill and knowledge, from the simples Nature presents to those who care to rind them, and which are the only reliable antidotes to the poison of disease. The chief ingredients are the universally be loved Snrsaparilla anil the Bark of the Wild Cherry tree, with which the red man of the forest cures near ly every disease of the internnl organs These mate rials, though powerful in their action, are, as common seiiiie teaches us, ENTIRELY HARMLESS: and prepared as they arc here, one of the greatest med ical operatives in the inhabitable globe. By taking these BiTTERS.the scrotulous may le restored to beau ty; and avoid the sharp knife of the surgeon; for they not only eradicate pimples and tumors, but over come CANCER AND KING S EVIL! Whoever is subjected to the horrors of constipation should at once purchase this sure remedy. In the train of Cosliveness follow dreadful local congestions. otteniiiiK s insanity, very frequently mania or hypo chondria, violent headaches, palpitations, and oilier atlectioirs of the heart, and rheumatic swellings, Ur. Wootf s Compound is one of the most clhdent medicines in routing these complaints, nnd their fonntain head that can possibly be procured. From leinir confined in close rooms, and from ta king a small modicum of exercise, numerous persons daily are made to deplore a loss of appetite, head aches, weakness of the muscles, languor waist of en ergy sufficient to permit them to seek recreation, &.c. &.c. These persons say for years that they "don't feel very well." If they do not employ a method by which they can feel qimte well, they eventually sink under a severe fit of illness, and are SAVED FROM THE GRAVE only by a miracle, and even then the lancet, leech, blister and calomel have left them mere shattered hulks, full of aches and sorrows, and not only a pest lothcmsdvcs, but asourceof diust and. annoyance to all with whom they come in contact. All these FEARFUL CONSEQUENCES may be avoided by an early application to the virtues of these Bitters. For the truth of this, the proprietor pledges his word nnd honor, and in evidence can show tiles of undoubted certificates which he has received unsolicited from all qaurters. He does not however, ask the invalid to swallow his certiiicntea, but his Bitters, and is willing to stake all he holds dear on earth in favor of their worth, THE DYSPEPSIA, in either a modified or severe form, will disappear le forc the qualities of Dr. Wood's prepcrat ion, and the cure may be relied on as a permanent one. Did the B'tters possess no other recommendation, it would be one of the finest vegetable compounds medical sci ence ran invent; but it is equal to tlie complete erad ication of - LIVER COMPLAINT, in every shape, and of every ahVction, minor or gi gantic; of the biliary aparatus. Individuals who are constitutionally billious ought regularly to take this mild agreeable and excellent tonic and aterient, ns it will ditfuse health throughout every fibre of the frame, .and send hnpniness and love of life thril ling to the heart families ought to keep it on -P. very medieiiie ches't rn board ship should also lie well stocked with this capital remedy, as JCrSCUK V Y-CO cannot a lllict those who take it, or long resist its vigorous assaults. Ai.Li.MrcFi riEs or the blood vanish lefore it, and the old relics of early imprudence invariably disappear, soon after being submitted to its action. Every complaint of the stomach is broken by it. Tue Bitters have in no instance failed of curing jaundice, gkneral deiiility eveiy disorganiza-tion of THENERVOUrf SYsTEM. By neglecting the little inroads madu upon the lat ter a vast portion of our fellow beings are rendered extemely miserable so miserable, imlei'd, that they wish to die. Every bottle of "Dr. Woods' Sarsapa rilla and Wild Cherry Bitters" contains a modicum of joy and content far each of these anxious and inipru- rent suuerrrs. Itemember that an injudicious use ol mercury is inevitably productive of many evils which are put to flight by tin glorious and unsurpassable compound; and that attiiciions which are ! -r HEREDITARY may speedily nnd safely beshullleu off through its a geucy. As a medicine which must benefit EVERYBODY from the simcly delicate to the confined and despair ing invalid, no equal is to. lie found for it It would be well to bear inimind that preventive is infinitely more desirable than cure, and that lr. vvood'ssarsa parilla ami Wild Cherry Bitters ARE I ) TH. rut up and sold in large bottles, at 1, by WY ATT& KETCIIMAN, Wholesale and Retail A- gents, lil i ulton-st., N. Y., and by A. U. U ALiAHJK, Eyansvil'.e, Ind. And Druggist generally throusrhout the. United States. mv27t SHERIFF Sale.-r,y virtue of a fi. fa. issued from the office of the Clerk of the Vanderburgh t. lrcuit Court, in tavor of the State Bank of I.tdiana, and against George B. Wagnon, Joseph Tyler, Cos ton M.Tyler and David Sutton, 1 have levied upon and will, on Saturday, the 5th day of June, 1847, tit the Court House door in the city of Evansville, between the hours of 10 o'clock, A. M., and 6 o1 clock, P. M., of said day, expose to sale at public auction and outcry (without regard to valuation or appraisement laws,) the rents, issues and profits, lor the term of seven years of the following described tracts of land, to wit: The west half of the north west quarter of section number 11, in township number f, south of range number 1 J west, in Uerman township, subject to a claim of $200 school funds. The west half of the south west quarter of sectitn number 20, in township nuniber 6, south of range numbor 11 west, in German township, subject to an execution in favor of John M. Stinson of about $ir.-. 1 he west halt of the north east quarter of section numhr 3 in tmv n cli i n nnmViir r otiiitli ckf rnmro south of range' . i , . . i . r t i m i i" I luiuiKT ii nwi; niu jirojicny oi uoscpn lyicr ill German township. And should no person oiler or bid tor said rents, is sues and profits, a sum sufficient to satisfy said fi. fa. and costs I will at the same time and place proceed to sell at public auction and outcry, the fee simple of said above described lands for the sat isfaction of said fi. fa. interest, and costs. WILLIAM M. WALKER,' myll-3w-$3 50. Sheriff V. C. CIIERIFF Sale. By virtue of an alias venditi- oni issued irom tneotticc ot met lem ottiio an derburgh Circuit Court, in favor of Christian Rcimin- unifier mtirt w:ii;..m ivi..l.lnn. f .. :n n.. o-. ! urday the 5th day of June, 117, at the Court House np 20 Main street dcorinthecit of Evansville, between the hours of, " ; T1 TZT 10 o'clock a. m. and 6 o'clock p. n. of said day expose ! AT W. FOSTER. Having associated himself in to stile at public auction and outcry (without regard ! -Lt. business with John Johnson, formerly of Pe to valuation or appraisement laws) the rents, issues j tersburgh, the business in future will be conducted un and Drofits for the term of wvmi vpn nf thp fr.llnw. der the name and stvle of Foster & Johnson, They ing descrilied tract of land, to wit: The east half of the east half of the north west ! quarter of section number seven, township nuniber! five, south of range number eleven west, in Armstrong 1 township. I sues vend and rl ace Droceed to sell at public auction and outcrv the toe simple of said above descrilied land to satisly said alius venditioni exponas, interest and costs. WILLIAM M. WALKER, my ll-3w-$2 50. Sheriff V. C. WHITE Lend. 70 kegs ree'd per steamer Mail, and for sale by fcbl8 W. & C.BELL. And should no person oiler or bid lor said rents, is- Uentlemen-s summer wear, oevcniy-nve dozen iVicn's ,i .- ..7. I ma -i 1 l T 1- .. . . I and profits a sum sutncient to satisfy said alias ' and boys t aim tiats, panics, .uisses auu wmiemen s itioni exrxinas and costs, 1 will at the same time Summer Shoes, which, m addition to former Stock V'lii.Kirr sale. i:y virtue of a fi. fa. issued from the office ot the Clerk of the Vanderburgh Circuit Court in favor of Boyd Bullock and against Ira French er ul, I have levied upon nnd will on Sat urday the 5th day of June 117, at the door of the Court House in the city of Evansville, between the hours ot 10 o'clock a m and 6 o'clock p m of said day, expose to sale at public auction and outcry, without it-guru io valuation or appraisement laws, the rents, issues and profits for the term of seven years of the following dcKcriliedcily lot to wit: Lot number I'M, original plan of the city of Evans ville. And should no person offi-r or Lid for said rents, is sues nnd prritsa sum sufficient to satisfy said fi. fa. interest and cost, I will at tlie same time and place, proceed to sell at public auction and outcry the tee fimpleof said above described lot to satisfy said fi. fa. interest and cost. WM. M. WALKER SVC. my 13-prs fee $2, SHERIFF Sale. By virt .re of a special execu tion issued from the olliee the Clerk of the Van derSurgh Circuit Court and to me directed and deliv ered in favorof Lucius II. Scott and against John Vea ger,I will on Saturday the 5th day of June, A. D. 1817, at the Court House Door, in the City of Evans ville, bctwn the hours of 10 o'clock A. M. and 6 o'clock P. M. of said day, expose to sale at public auc tion and outcry (without regard to valuation or ap praisment Laws) the rents issues and profits for the term of seven years of the following described prop erty viz: Lot number 10 in Block nundier 131, in Lamasco city, on Fulton Avenue, east side, with a good frame building on it that can be either used for a dwelling or a grocery store. And should no person offer or bid for said rents, issues and profits a sum suflicient to satisfy said spe cial execution interest and costs, I will at the same and place proceed to sell at public auction and out cry the fee simple of said above described lot to satisfy said execution, interest and costs. ' niy2SV!0 yj M. WALKERS VC. SHERIFF Sale By virtue of a special fiTfa. issued from the office of the Clerk of the Vander burgh Circuit Court, in favorof John Law and against Aaron Sh hr and Herman Henry Rehling, I will on Wednesday, the 2nd day of June 117, at the Court Heuse door in the city of Evansville, between the hours of 10 o'clock a. m. and 6 o'clock p. m. of said day, expose to sale at public- auction and outcry (with out regard to valuation or appraisement laws,) the rents, issues nnd profits for seven years of the follow ing descrilied lot to-wit: Lot No. 24. in block No. 104. in Lamasco citv ad joining the city of Evansville. And should no person orler or bid for said rents, issues and profits a sum sufficient to satisfy said spe cial fi. fa. and costs, I will at the same time and place proceed to sell at public auction and outcry tlie fee simple of said aUve described lot, tor the satisfac tion of said special ti. fa. interest and cost. may ll-$2 WM. M. WALKER, SVC. SHERIFF Sale. By virtue of a venditioni ex xiuas, issued from the otlice of the Clerk of the Vanderburgh Circuit Court in tavor of Robert Hays, John Elliott, Walter T. Lyon and John Gosh and against Barney Royston and others, I will on Wed nesday the 2nd day of June 1S47, nt the door of the Court House in the city of Evansville, between the hours of 10 o'clock a. m. and 6 o'clock p. si. of said day, exKsc to sale nt public auction and outcry the rents, issues and profits fiir the term of seven years of the following described lands and lot, to-wit: The south east quarter of the south w-st quarter of section No. 27, in township No. 7, south of range No. 11, west. Also, the north west quarter of the south east quar ter of section No. 22, in township No. 7, south of range No. 11, west. And also the north east quarter of the north west quarter of section No. 31, in township No. 7, south of range No. 11, west. And lot No. I l l , original plan of the city of Evans ville. And should no person ofier or bid for said rents, is sues and profits a sum sufficient lo satisfy said vendi . i , ..a ww, a n .ii fc tut; snniK uuie nun place proceed to sell nt public auction and outcry the fee simple of sn id nliovo c!cscrilet laixls and lotto satisfy said venditioni exponas, interest ami cost, my U-3 WM. M. WALKER, S V C. SHERIFF Sale By virtue of two alias vendi tioni cxponap, issued from the office of the Clerk of the Vanderburgh Circuit Court, one in favor Ovid Keaehand against Anron Harrington nnd others, and the other in favor of Caleb Allen and Wm. II. Allen nnd against Aaron Harrington nnd others, I will on Saturday the 5th day of June 117. at the Court House door in the city of Evansville, between the hours of tuo clock a. m. and b o clock, P. m. ot said day, ex pose for sale at public auction and outcry (without re gard to valuation or appraisement laws.) the rents. issues and profits for the term of seven years of the lonowing uescrineu innus to-wit: The south east quarter of section No. 7, in town ship No. 7 south of rang? No. 11 west. Also, the south west quarter of the northeast quar ter of the same section and rongo. And ehould no person offer or bid for said rents, is sues and profits a sum sufficient to satisfy said writ and costs, I will auhe same time and place proceed to se'.l at public auction and outcry the lee simple of the nlxwe described lands to satisfy said writ, interest and cost. my 11-82,50 WM. M. WALKER, SVC. SHERIFF Sale. By virtue of an execution is sued from the ollice of the Clerk of the Vander burgh Circuit Court in favor of Charles I. Battel!, and John Ingle jr., for tlie use of Green &. Snyder, I have levied upon, and will, on Saturday the 5th day of June, l.s-17, at the door of the Court House, in the town of Evansville, between the hours of ten o'clock, A. M., and six o'clock, P. M., of said day, expose to sale nt public auction and outcry tlie rents, issues and profits for the term of seven years, of the following described house and lots to-wit: Lots nuniber 7 and 8 in block number 170 in Lamas so city near the city of Evansville, with a new two ctory brick house on them partly finished. And should no person otii:r or bid for said rents, is sues and profits, a sum sufficient to satisfy said exe cution and costs, I will nt the same time and place pro ceed to sell at public auction and outcry the fee sim ple of said above described lots, to satisfy said execu tion, interest and costs. The altovc property will be sold without regard to valuation or appraisment laws. myllS2. WM. M WALKER, S. V. C. J. II. MAfillEE &CO., WHOLES AL E Dealers in Dry Goods, Hard ware, Bos, Shoes, Huts, Caps, Bonnets, c. Would invite the attention of Dealers to their ele gant stock of Spring and Summer Goods now receiv iiiff. consisting of every variety of styles and nriees. which they are prepared to sell by the piece or pack- ago on ns good terms as can be lound in any city in the West. We have now in store: 500 dozen Palm Leaf Hats; 200 cases Boots ami Shoes; 100 dozen Ijulies' Bonnets; 1,000 pieces new style Prints; 300 do do do Lawns and Cambrics; 100 do Cloths and Cassimercs; 300 do Pantaloon Stuff; 50 bales 3-4, 7-8 and 4-4 Domestics; Besides an infinite variety of Combs, Buttons, Threads Laces, Pins, Handkerchiefs, Artificials, Sliawls, Glov es. Vestings, Ribbons, Sec, Sec. All of which they offer to the trade at the totrest nriees for cash or ai t ir nf irMitL1 . r.i have removed their Store to the South West sornerof Main and First streets, known as Bell's Corner Where they have just received an additional supply oi Spring Goods, consisting in part ofLawns, Gingham?, Prints, Floranoe, Braid. Straw and Silk Bonnets, will make their assortment com idete&. desirable. Al so 100 sacks prime Rio Coffee, Sugar, Gotten Yarns, See. All of v.hich will bo sold at the lowest prices for Cash or in Exchange lor Wheat, Corn, Oats, Ba con, Feathers, Beeswax, &,c, Sec. Also in store 500 bbls of Kanawha Salt. np 8 tf. KT Please call and examine our stock at Fx lis cor ner. FOSTER &. JOHNtiON. ALF'AMCR T,.-lirHLIIY, holCMile and Retail psJ-Grocery, Jron,.Xail, Tin-Vf and Aheet iron IS tore. WATER STREET, EVANSVILLE, I IS WAN A 1T7"E beg leave to call the attention of merchants. f I Traders, and Fnmiers gpcnerally, 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 Manufac tured Articles. Which we offer for sole at very re- aucea prices tor Cash or f roduce. The head of the house residing in Pittsburgh, will enable us to be regularly supplied with all articles in our line. Dealers and country merchants need not travel beyond Evansville for a supply of all articles they may need, and they would consult their interest oy giving us a call, as we nre determined to merit a share of public patronage. The business will be conducted by MR. JAMES LAUGHLIX, Jr. itCr Feathers, Hides, Taflow, Beeswax, and all kinds of Produce purchased at the highest market price. . may 4, '47-tf. BLACKSMITHS Tools. A large assortment f Blacksmiths Toole, namely, Anvils, Vices, Bellows, Rasps, files, etc.. etc.. constantly on hand and for sale low by may4 JAS. LAUGHLLN. TROX and Nails. A large assortment of Bar L Iron, 1 5 tons or more just received. Aiso 400 kegs nails assorted, from 3d to C inch spikes, t or sale very low by may4tf. JAS. LAUGHLLN, Water sL T IIITE Lead. Ac. Just received a lot of T pure V bite Iead. Also Oil and Turpentine. For sale by may t JAS. LAUGHLLN, Jr. W INDOW Glass. An assortment ofWindow Glass, assorted sizes. For sale by may ! tf. JAS LAUGHLLN, Jr. Water st. LUMBER. A large and full assortment of Pine Lumber. For sale by may4 tf. JAS. LAUGIILIN Jr., Water si. COTTON Yarn. Constantly on hand and for pale the best quality of Cotton Yarn by may 4 tf. JAS. LAUGIILIN, Jr., Water st. BAIICOCK BKOTIIEKS, Wholesale Grocers Ac Produce Merchants. II - L I I 1 1 I ii-v iu on iiuuu unuarc uauy re- f ceiving additions to their large iJi and weil selected stock of Gro- t? -' cencs, wiucn are ottered upon liberal terms to the trade, etc 250 sacks prime Rio Coffee, ) hhds. Sugar, 150 bbls Molasses, 20 " refined Loaf Sugar, 150 packages Mackerel, Nos. 1, 2. & 3. 50 boxes prime and low priced Virginia Tobacco, 100 pkgs. Imperial, tiiinpowder &. Hyson lea, 20 sacks Pepiier and Since. Together with a full and complete assortment ol groceries ot all kinds. tip 20 tf SHERWOOD HOUSE. IIY M. SHERWOOD, srSt Corner of Firttand Locust st. Evansville. JLUL THE Proprietor oftliealiovo well known and populnr establishment, desires to return his thanks tor tlie very large share ol natronce heretofore bestow ed uHn him, and to assure the public that every ex ertion will lie made to merit a contiunnce ot the same. His table shall lie well su pi died with the lest the mar ket affords his rooms arc large and airy his beds un surpassed in the west, and every attention will be given for tho comfort and ease of visitors. Terms moderate. ap 21 tf. FRESH Ten.! 5 half chests Young Hyson; 3 do do Pourchong or black;. ISJ-U llis. boxes Imperial; 10-6 do do Youiig Hyson. On hand and for sale by fl W. Se C. BELL . , TAILORING. The undersigned wouldin 4 form the citizens of Evansville that he still cons iff tinues to carry on the amive business in all it branches, and respectfully solicits a chare of public patronage. Shop on the East side of Main St., one door from the corner ol hrst. ap20 ly A. B. BRADT J. & W. 1IEILLY, rTTTT WHOLESALE and retail dealers ir tef' Groceries, Produce, Salt. Sec, Main street K??T!; Evansville, Indiana. -They have removed to their new brick store, on Mnin street, next door to John H. Botandick Sec, where they are prepared to sell all articles in their line of as gmxl quality and at as low prices as any other house in the city. I hey would take this opportunity of returning thanks to their numerous friends and the public for past favors, and would respectfully solicit a continuance of the same. Almost all kinds of country produce purchased at tncir store lor cash. 1 june2J '40 tt. RECEIVED, per Flat Boat Buck Sherwood, J0O bbls Cincinnati Whiskey, 25 boxes Tallow Candles, 25 " Boston Soap, 10 " Starch, 10 gross Kentucky Mustard, 20 boxes Window Glass, 5 " Chocolate, KX) doz Brooms, For sale by - ALLI3 Se HOWES Ray ti Water street Tl EFINED Loaf Sugar. 75 loaves Stewart's JC double refined, and three barrels Stewart's crush ed, for sale by feb4 W. Se C. BELL. PRINTER'S Ink. 5 kegs Johnson and Durante "Spring News Ink," in store nnd for sale by f.b 18. W. Se C. BELL. LIQUORS : t"iE-fe3a 2 half pipes Cog. Brandy; SSfiSlia- 2 bbls. Old Port; 1 do Pure Juice, especially for sickne ss The public can rely upon their purity, for sale hv feb IS '47. W. & C. BELL. A L L I S HOWE , WHOLESALE & RETAIL pjssgjVacr in Iron, Nails, Tin 1'late. "' Foreign anil Domestic Liquors and Groceries in general. Water Street, above Main St., Evansville, Indiana. ARE now receivinn; in addition to their former stock a fresh supply of Groceries, Wines, Liquors, Bar Iron, Boston Nnils,Window Glass, &.C, which they offer at the lowest market rates to the trade and at retail. may6tf. JUST- Received per steamer Courier, 100 kegs Boston Nails. A few casks fine Port Wine. For sale by may 6 tf ALLIS Se HOWEJ Water st. RECEIVED per steamer Hendrick Hudson, 30 boxes Star Candles, 25 " Cheese, 00 ream Wrapping pnper, 3 tierce Salaratus. ! or sale by may 6 ALLIS & HOWES, JUST Received per steamer Luna, 100 bbls N. O. Molasses, 4s) " Loaf Sugar, 3-) hhds N. O. Sugar, 100 bags prime Rio Cofiee, For sale by ALLIS Se HOWES, may 6 tf Water Street. NOTICE. The subsTrilier having purchased the Pattern Right for the nianulacture of Gun Cot ten, &c., all persons are cautioned against manufac turing or preparing the same or other vegetable fibrous substances as a substitute for Gunpowder, and notice is hereby given, that all persons in any way infrincing said patent right will be prosecmed accorging to law. We will be ready to contract tor and supply orders by the middle of February. 1 C.Se V. LENNING, feb ll-4ni. 56 south Front st., Philadelphia. Cily Quooiiwnt-r rstnltlislimcnt. JUST RECEIVED, per ship "Astra con," from Liverpool, a full and cotnpletetJ assortment of Uueentware and China, con- GU consisting, in part, of: Flowing Blue dinner, tea and toilet setts complete; t ; f ' I : 1 - .1 . i i i iuiiioimu Hum uo uo ao uo oo; A werican Flag do do: White and figured China tea setts, complete; White Granite and common ware, of every descrip tion, which having been imjmrted direct irom the (lot teries in England, tho subscribers flatter themselves that they can supply their customers and the public generally at as low prices ardon as advantageous terms as can be found in nnyof the Eastern cities, and to which the attention of the merchants in the sur rounding country is respectfully invited. - Ifftvmrr onrrnrwl 1 1 11 wrviiM nfitrnArianwd m.Lm. are enabled to re-pack ware carefully; and will bo warranted free from breahage with proper care in hand ling. ISAlitJUtJh. HKOTMERSv ap20 tw tf. Nos. 13 Se 14 Water-street. j 1 iAJiti.itM-jomi uoortR pegs leave to 4 express his grateful thanks to his old friends for If f the generous support tiiry have extended to him, and to assure them and the public that he is pre pared to execute all work in his line in the neatest and latest style. Determined to attend strictly to his bu siness and ure his best exertions to please, be hopes still further to increase his business. rm, . . W . . . m' ' T I . , Shop on the cor. of First and Sycamore sts. ap20 MEDICAL Agency.We are wholesale and re tail Agents lor the following list of Patent .Medicines f Water's Bnlsom of Wild Cherry; Taylor's Bnlsom of Liverwort; . Smith's Tonic Syrup; Fahnestock's Family Medicines; Cave Se Shaffer's Tonic; do do Ex. Sarsapnrilla; " do do Syrup of do; do do Worm Syrup; . Covert's balsoni of Life; Starkwcnther's Hepatic Elixr; Osgood's Indian Cholagosnie; M 'Lane's Vermafugeor Worm Specific; Bull's Honey-coated Tonic Pills; Sands' Fluid Ex. Snrsip;irilla; Bristol's do do do. feb 4 '47. W. & C. BELL, Main st. STATIONARY : 100 reams ruled Fool's Cap Pnper; 100 do letter do; 10 do commercial post do; 50 gross blue and black In!;; Black Sand, Quills; Ietter Sumps, Inkstands. &c In store and for sale by 118 W. & C.BELL. MRS. 2 MORRISON, Mi'liner etwrS urets Maker. ijeps leave to in tor m tkeAH citizens ot Evansville that she is preiar-i- ed to execute nil work of the acove charcnter in all the various branches of the art, and restiecttully soli cits a share of public patronage. Room on Second St., above Locust, next door to Kev ait lnxige. a2KVwlm stoves: stoves:: JUST REC E1VED a new nnd splen did assortment ot booking stoves, 01 a . 1 t - 1 1 . 1 1 . neauriiui nmsii aim uic iuicsi pnierns. Among the lot we oiler the celebrated Eastern Air TiiitfT, an article highly recommended by all who have used them. Also, the IXirnu Oven Cooking Stove, a splendid article that hns been thorongly tried and recommended by Cyrus K. Drew, Charles Bnlicnck, Jnmes Brnssclton. S. M. Olmstend nnd Mr. Hassler. We have also a fine lot of Premium Stoves, any quan tity of'l'iN Ware, etc., all of which we t.ffur tor sale very low for cash. (Jive us a call. JAS. SCANTLIN St SON, Main St., np20 tw&.w2m. opposite the Chequered Store. FOR SALE OR RENT. A New Str-ntn Saw Mill with four and a half seres of land situated on Pigeon creek, two squares from the termination of the canal, Evansville Indiana. Also, 160 acres of land and two undivided thirds of 80 acres, on Locust creek, with a Water Mill on it with two saws. The land is well timbered with in two and a half miles of the city of Evansville. For terms inquire of mayll-3w THOS. R. HARRISON. In the Vanderburgh Circuit Court, in vacation, May l'J. 1847. Thomas Wilson, VS. Barney Royston, Constance S. Royston, his wife, Mary Ann Hall. Marv Hazard Hel en Hazard, Michael Conner ln Chancery. and James &wan, John Page, John S. Oatman nnd Harriett Ontman, his wife, I homns Mcknight & Emily j McKnight, his wile. j T E it remembered that heretofore, lo wit, on the J thirtieth day of December in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and forty fix, the complainant by Conrad Baker, his attorney fded in the office of the Clerk of the Vanderburgh circuit court, his certain bill of complaint against the alove named defendants and it nlso npeariiig from affida vits filed in the Clerk's ollice alorcsaid that all tho defendants above named named except llnrney Roys ton and Constance S. Royston, his wife, arc lion-res-idents of the State of Indiana. Therefore notice is hereby given to tho said non resident defendants that unless they appear and plead to or answer the said complainants smd bill of com plainant on or before the calling of this cause at tho next term of said court to lie held at the court house in Evansville on the fourth Monday, in Scntendier next. the matters and things therein contained will bo as to them, taken as conf used. my 25 3w. SAM'L T. JENKINS, Clerk. Communication! 53r Chrono-Thernial system oftrenfinir disease is now being practicd in some of our public-institutions with great andu nprecedentcd advantneejand Dr. Tay lor's Balsam of Livcrwrot is destined to liecome one of the most important remedies of the age. We re commend all to tlie office 375 Bowery, and get a bot tle and be welt . Price. Large Imttles SI 50, or six bottles for 7 50' Small liottles $ 1 00 fix bottle $5 00. For sale by W. Se C. BELL. Druggists, Main st. my. x tfSr Particular Notice to Invalids. As the sea son is now approaching when Bilious Diseases in ev ery form prevail, it behooves all those who are in any way threatened, to make timely resort to Mackenzie's Comjiound Livr I'iU, a few doses of which will cleanse the stomach ot all morbid matter, restore a healthy action to the liver, purify the blood, and rid the system at once of disease. Also those who are in any way troubled with Jaun dice, dyspepsia or diseased state of the digestive organs. Sick Headache, Piles; Chronic Diarrfiam, &c. &c, will find the Liver Pills a certain and effectual cure. No family should be without them, lor they are su perior as a family medicine, as our c n sales testify, having sold the past 12 months over 10,000 boxes. For sale only by W. M. Woolsev, agent for the Pro prictor, Evansville, lnd may8 1m. Dr. Colin S. Mackenzie's Tonic Febrifuge. This invaluable medicine has been in use for better thnn 8 years, as a certain, speedy and safe cure for Fever and Ague, Dumb Ague, Chill, or Intermittent Fevers. The steady and increasing demand, with the universal success attending its use, has gained for it a reputa tion unsurpassed by any other medicine-, tor the above it stands urivalled! Emigrants and alt who are trav elling west with those who reside in situations where "ever and Ague and the various forma of Billious dis eases prevail, will find the Tonic Febrifuge an effect ual preventative. t ull and explicit directions accompany eacn oouie. For sale by W. M. Woolsey, agent, Evansville. Bookvii.tj:. April 19th. 1347. TO Bridge Builders. The buperintendants of Spencer and Warrick counties will on the 22nd day of May ,1847, attend at Scanland's Mill, on Little Piueon. for the purpose of letting out lo tlie least and best bidder the building of a briJgo. across said Pigeon creek. The contractor will be required to give bond with approved security for the completion of said work. A plan of the bridge can at any time be aecn and examined at citlierof the Auditor's offices in said counties. . ap23 3t.