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VOL. I. EVANSVILLE, IA., JULY 1, 1847. NO. 32 a 6 ? r I ' TERMS OF 'ADVERTISING: - . ' Ono Dolln-r per square of ten linos for first three inser tions, twenty-five cents per square for each, con tinuance. , ; . .. , . , One-fourth of a column three month,- - ' - ' f 3,00 " " six montlis, (renewable) 1 -2.1)0 " . " " ( one year, , . ' . .20,00 One-half column three months' r 12,00 " " " six months, 1,00 f'."'.' : Vii one year,.. - ,", ,,. . ! 30,00 Longer advertisements in proportion. . , , fc5"All advertisements must le paid Cr in advance unless otherwise agreed upon by the parties. ' '.. A SOVEREIGN remedy fir Aeno and Fevcr.- This great Remedyi to which the. public atten tion is particularly called, has Nvn extensively used in the western Sl south western state, as a spee dy, safe and certain cure for Ague and fever, Dumb Ague. Chill, or intermit tent Fever. ' '. The unexampled andcoinplcte success attending its tU; and so well prven have become iu wide spread victories over every form of Ague in the west that the 'Febrifuge' is now superseding every other oliered remedial agent, and looked upon as the only one that can be relied upon in all stages of the dieeaw. The many thousands of instances wherein it has wrought cures, while no instance is known, norcan Im shown of failure, warranu it in bein" oliered as possessing the three cardinal merits, without which no medicine can be safely used in Auge ?scs. These merits are, that its cures are sale, certain ami perma nent, C. S. Mackenzie it CoCleveland Ohio, proprie tors. ftrForsalehy Il.mdley.riielps.V. Co, wholesale a nnia New Vnrk.nii bv lirinkcrlutT&. 1'enton. Chi- -cago. Ill; Ewards & Francis, St. Louis, M. and by Dritccists Generally throughout the United States. For sale by WM. by vv M. yi. wuuuMit, agent tor r.v- nwvill('- may I I'm. K. A. Fnlincstock's Vermifuge, A sin re Itemnljr fr Worms. It hai met witk a mvcct$i hitherto unparalleled. KukalGrovc, Butler eo.. Pa. i Sl Julyhh. A BOUT ten days ago, a boy belonging to one of XX my neighbors, ana wno mm ncen in lor a wt a " tr more, was seized with spasms, and had four severe tits within twenty-four hours His parents adminis tered two done of B. A. Fahnestock's Vermifuge, whenhepasseloiie hundred and three large worms, -and obtained complete relief. josEru tirstMixs, .ncrcnani. Hitwix Tow.vsmr. Allechany eo- Ta. M Arii:uth. ltMti. ' Mr.- ahnestock: Sir This will certify that I gave tuy child aged twoyears, three teastKions full of your Vermifuge, upon which itdischarged eighty-tive large worms. 1 had previously called in a Physician, who. however, did no good; Dut tne veriuuuge gave mime -liate relief. M. IJaAwpy s Certificate of the Mayor of Lancaster, Pa. , La.ncastkr. Julv . Messrs. Fahnestork Sc. co ( Jentlemeni Several of the younger branches of my family Inboring muter symptoms indicating worms, induced the application of various remedies, and lam happy to say that your veriniiiiga naa inc ousireo eueci oi, in one insiance, removini! the almoMt incredible number of one hundred and hfty-one of the largest worms, from one patient, which, in addition to its oilier bcnelicial qualities in my family, established the ellicucy of your Vermifuge m a sine cure. jVl. tAUrENTKK, Mayor of the city of Lancaster From the Irfuisville Journal of April, 184C I). A. Fnhnestock's) Vcrmiliie. ' invite attention to the advertisement of this very valuable medicine. We have repeatedly heard , it warmly recommended by some of the most distinguish' ed physicians of our city, as tho very best remedy of 4he kind now in use From the Rev. T. J. Fisher, a Baptist minister in .Kentucky: IIonor.i.vvii.LE, Ky., April 11th, IS Ifi. This is to certify that I have administered 11. A. rahnestock's vcrmiluge with unparalleled success, T' J. Fisher. 53r Read th following from a highly rcspectible house in K.N-oxnux. Tenn.. March 4th, IS-lfi. It (the Vermifuge) has proveil the Iwst article of the kind which has ever been used m tins partol the coun try; we have other prepeations for sale but always recommend yours when our opinion is asked. S. Mansfield Si. Co. U narallrlctl Inwotil'um and EITronlrrv! An individual named S. Fahncstock has repeatedly asserted that the article which he calls "Dr. it. 'Fall nestock's Vermifuge," and which he acknwledges is made after another man's receipe, is the same or the -qual to the ernntuge made by ine. The Public are assured that this is abase falsehood and are hereby cautioned against confounding the spurious article with mine. . it is entirely dillerent in its composition and does not possess the virtues and powers of my preparation. , B. A Fahxestuck. Pittsburgh, March, 147.' .' The true and geuine B. A. Fahncstock s Vemnfiirc may at all times be had at the drug warehouse of the subsbribcrs, corner First and woixlBtrects, l'ittfiburg Pcnn. . .. B. A. Fah.nestock it co. ap-24 tf. For silc by W. &, C, BELL, Evansville JUST RECEIVED, i ' ' ': 2i adddion tomy tornier stock, n general - t assorimi-ni ,oi rxunnic Aieaicines , , -" Roots, Barks, Herbs, Extracts, Powders, A.T nrpfVirivt nnrt nut nn kifknSIIitilrAr. Dr. tolger's t)lofaonian,or all Healing : Bafsam, Dr. Peter's Vegetable Pills, Worm and Congh Loz enges. Dr. Le Roy's Universal Vegetable Tills, composed of Sarsaparilla and Wild Cherry. . , , Dr. Porter's Poor man's Curative Sugar Coated fills, at 10c.!nts per box. ' Dr. Porter's Poor Man's Strengthning Tlaster, at 10 cents apiece. " Barnes' Tooth-Ache Drops, warranted to cure in all cases. Ovcrstreet's genuine Linament, and Doctor Beach's family i in. Superior Pale French Brandy, F. II. Goddard &, Co's Brand, warranted pure, lor medical purposes en ly. Hallock'a Worm Candy, a safe and pleasant medi- cine to destroy worms in children and improve their general health. Sweet Sots. Nitre, AT. ' and Aqua Ammonia fiTT strength. Sulphuric, Nitre.Acetic and Muriatic Acids also of full strength, and many articles too numerous to men tion, altogether making a complete assortment at wholesale and retail on reasonable terms, I5y ALLEN C. HALLOK, D jgKist, feb 11 tf. Main St. near Water, Evansville. la MACKEREL. 8 bbls. sale low by fe l no. I, just ree'd and for W.AiC. BELL n. A. Fahnestock AiCo'i Family Medicines. BA. T AIlSlZmyCKS Ami-Bilious Pill A . ' sale and valuable remedy in intermittent, remit tent and bilious fevers, and all complaints of an in flammatory character. It is au excellent purgative, being mild yet elloctual in its operation, B. A. FahnetocV Linid Oimttildor. A prepara tion far superior to the common Opodildoc for sprains, bruises and all cases in which Opodildoc is coin mmilv listed. ' . -. - - . . - ' JFahncftock Co,' Cough Balr'om. There are rjcrhans but few counh preparations, that will pro duce such derided effects in so short a time. It is pleasant and effectual..' ' JJ. A. J-annentock d- Co ' Lovgh lozenge, l OS- sessall the virtues of the beet cough syrus in aconcen-. tratod torm are convenient to take and pleasant to the taste. ' ' . ; " ' ' B. A: FahnrUock rl- Co.' Carminative Ijrzenrr. Have cured hundreds of the Bowel Complaint, while not an instance lias yet come to our knowledge in which they have tailed.. They will certainly and spedily allay the morbid Irritability of the bowels, re store.the checked prespiration, and" in a short time cure the most inveterate case or Diarrha-a,' Chrome Dys entery, or habitual looseness. riice 25 cents a box.. B. A. Fahncstock & Co.'t E Water, fur citrine In- flamutum of the Ey. lias proved itself a valuable re medy lor lnsease ot the byes, arising troni sand, dust, and other foreign sulwtanccs, acrid vapors, exposure to intense light-blows Midden etiangooi temperature colds tibsorption' of scrofulous, sn ail pox . and ther virulent matters; also the effects of scarlet and other fevers. Price 25 Cents. , B.' A: Fahncstock X- Co.'' BMfacicnt.'A power ful and permanent stimulant for the cure of Khuina ti;m. Sprains, Sore Throat, Spnvin, Sec. i.' i ,ir . t i.l'l'I I . . roreaieuy . u t. or.r.ii iiinui urfi, np-20. Evansville, Indiana MEDICAL Agency. We are wholesale and re . tail Agents for the following, list of Patent Medicineo . . . Wister's Balsom of WildClienj-; Taylor's Balsom of Liverwort; . .' . " ' ; " : Smith's Tonic Syrup; l- Faluiestock's Family Mediiancs; .i :, Cave JcShatler's Tonic; ' . . , do . ill) Ex. Sarsaparilla; , , do do Syrup of do; ' " . do. ' do ' Worm Sy nip; ' 1 ' ' CoveTr balsom of Life; ';;-! Starkweather's Hepatic Elixr, Osgood's Indian Cholagogue; ; , . M'l.ane's Vermafugeor Vorm Speclcv Bull's Honey-coated Tonic Pijla; Sands' Fluid Ex; Sarsaparilla; " ' 1 ' Bristol's do do do. 1 ' ' fcb 4 '47. ' W. At C. BELL, Main st. JUST Received, and for sale by the suWribtrs 500oz. SulphCiuininc, French and American; 150 English and American Caloiml; 3 bbls. Camphor; ' 3 cases Liquorice Ejc; . 2 do Aloes; . . , 1 do Assafatida; ' 1 do Bermudas Arrow Root;- 1 do Copal Varnish; 1 do Shellac; 8 carboy's Nitric, MuruMic and Sulph Acid- 4 boxes Tart. Acid; 3 do Sal. Kocliell; 3 casks sup. c. SxlaJ: . . ' ' 2rK)ll8. Pulv.Jalap; 200 do do Rliei; l.V) do cab. Magnwia Eng; 1( oz. Sulph Morjihla; 3 bbls. cream '1 artar; 5 do Senna India and Alehd; t bate Hiimaparilla, Hondufn-,v 1 do Sponge; 1 do Cloves; . ' . , 3 do. Corks, (bottle and vial.) feb.4 '47. , W. &. C. BELL, Main st. LIQUORS! ' 2 half pi;ies Cog. Brandy; 2 bbls. ld Port; . 1 do Pure Juii"e,especially fors'n-kness The public can rely upon their purity, lor sale by fcbia-47. W. & C. BELL. FRESH Tens: 5 half chests 1 oung Hyson; 3 do do Pourchong or black; 2013 lbs. boxes Imperial; 10-6 do do Young Hyson. On hand and for gale by ft W. Ac C. BELL. W & C BELL, . Wholesale mid Retail Dru?sists, HAVE removed to their new btiild- "inrr n IV.u rl.ira .IkiVA ll.l ctnnit. . street. Evansville. Indiana, and are now receivitiir from l'hilndeli)liin. New York, and Pittsburg, the largest supply of Medicines, Pri.vts, Oils, Dye-Sti-ffs, Uuss and Glassware, Slroicai. Instruments, Act. everoirered in the Evans ville market Our goods are entirely fresh, and have been bought in person from importers nnd manufac turers entf. VVe are therelore enabltxl to supply merchants", doctors, and and all others wanting these articles, cither wholesale or retail, as low as they can be purchased in any city West of the mountains. Those wishing to purchase will do well to give us a call before going to any other market, as we are de termined to sell at a small advance on Prime cost. All medicine leaving our house shall be properly packed, and all articles sent to order may be returned if not gen line, or in any way defective, at our ex pense. .' ' ' ' :: ' 1 ' ' : N. B. We will take Flaxseed, Uinsenc, Beeswax, and Feathers, for all goods sold, or iu payment of all debts due us. jnn 1 1 tf. MW. FOSTERS Having associated himself in business with John Johnson, formerly of Pe tersburch. the business in future will be conducted un der the name and style of Foster & Johnson, They have removed their store to the South West so-nerot Main and First streets, known as Bell's Corner, Where they have just received an additional supply ot Spring (ioods, consisting in part ofLawns, Gingham i 1 tints, J? lorancc, tirnuL btraw and fcilk JJonnets, Gen tlemen's Summer wear. Seventy-five dozen Men's and boys Palm hats. Ladies, Misses and Gentlemen's Summer Shoes, which, in addition to former Stock will make their assortment complete & desirable. Al so 100 sacks prime Rio Cuiibe, Sugar, Cotten Yarns, Ate Allot" which will be sold at the lowest priecs for Cash or in Exchange lor Wheat, Corn, Oats, Ba con, Feathers, Beeswax, AiC.,' &.C. Also in store 500 bbls of Kanawha Salt, - , ap 8 tf. $r please call and exam ine rmr stock at Bell's cor ner. ' FOSTER & JOHNSON. J. & AV. 11 12 ILLY, WHOLESALE and retail dealers in iy Groceries, Produce, Salt. Sec.. Main street. Br Evansville. Indiana. They have removed to their new brick store, on Main street, next door to John H. Bofandick Alc, where they are prepared to sell all articles in their line of as good quality and at as low prices as any other house in the city. They 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 their store for cash. junc25 '46 tf. fuuxitiike: FuitNiTiiitE:: E MARTIN R1ES hos on hand and of fers at the lowest market prices all kinds of Cabinet Furniture. Also, a comple assortment of Chairs, articles of furniture incliuhna Coffins, made to order and at the shortest notice, at his ware-room, one door south of the Clerk's Ofhce, .Main st., tvansville. jnn!4 bm, EVANSVILLE FEMALE SE3IINARY. aMIE Trustees of the Evansville Female Seminary . take pleasure in announcing to the public that this Institution will lie reoiened on the first Monday in May next, in the l:iililing on Water street, hitli erto occupied by Messrs. Heoerd. - -' The management of the Seminary will he entrusted to Mrs. C. E. Stone as Principal. She ha3 secured for thepresent the services of Miss Green, other and well quallified associate teachers 'w ill be obtained as the exigencies of the School may require. The course of instruction will embrace a Primary, Preparatory, and Advanced Department. . . " Ihc Principal convinced of the importance of effi cient training from the beginriing, will have tlio Pri mary and Preparatory Departments under her ex clusive supervision. V ' Besides the Elementary branches, instruction will be given in History, .Mental and Moral Philosophy, Rhetoric, Composition, Logic, Botany, Chemistry, Mathematics, Ancient and Modem Languages, Mu; sic, Vocal and Instrumental, Drawing. jjiecial at- tcntion will be given to the morals and manners of tho pupils. ,..Tho year will lie divided into two ses sions of 22 weeks each, or lour quarters of 1 1 weeks each. '.'.:- : . . a-, Tuition ia tho Primary Department per Quar ter ; -2,00 Prepnra tory 4,00 Advanced-" m v-v fi to 8 according- to the advancement of tho pupil. Extra charges will 1 made for ancient and modern lan guages. Mtisin and Painting. Young Ladies from a distance can find board in good families at reasonable rates. Iu all such cases however, they will U: under lhc care of one of the Teachers. . The Trustees take pleasure in commending tho school to the patronage of all the f;ii.nds of Education, and tnist that an institution so well calculated to meet the wants ofourri.-ing community, will be vig orously supported. M rs. S., brings- letters of commen dation from Rev. N.H. Hall, of fcxington, Ky; Rev. W. W. Hill, and W. II. Bulkly, of Liuisvifle, Ky; Rev. Mr. Pratt, Paris, Ky; references also may lie made to Rev. Bishop Smith, of Kentucky, to Ri r. B. H. Basconi, of Transylvania University, and others. Bv order of the Roard. may l-w3twCt. DANIEL WOOLSEY, Scc'y. SHERWOOD HOUSE. ' HY 7t. fHIERWOOP, . ' Ctrner tif First and Locvtt it. EvantetUr. l,'iHL THE Proprietor of the above well known and popular establishment, desires to return his thanks for the very large share ofpatronge heretofore bestow ed upon him, and to assure the public that every ex ertion will lie made to merit a contiuanee of the same. Hi table shall lie well supplied with the best the mar ket allonl Ids rooms are lame and airy his beds un surpassed in the west, and every attention will be given for the comfort and case of visitors. Terms moderate. . ; ap2it. "rOTICE. The sulwrrilier having purchased the - i uucni uigui tor me manuiaciurc ot uun Lot n - . 1 1 . 1 1 ! nil iutu itiu ! r fi 1 1 1 1. 1 iwn i luminal m.i..n tiirinir t.r nroimrinrr thAiiinnp rkt1ior-mTitnl.li (ilim... suiwiances as a substitute for Gunpowder, and notice is nereny given, mat an persons in any way inlnngtng said patent right will be prosecuted accorging to law. We will lie ready to contract for and supply orders by the middle of February. - febll-lm. Sr.south Front St., Philadelphia. stoves: stoves:: JUST REC E1VE1) a new and splen did assortment of Cookino Stoves, of . heautitul finish and the latest naterns. Amonj the lot we offer the celebrated Eastern Air Tight, an article highly recommended by all who have used them. Also, the Double Oven Cooking Stove, a splendid article that has been thofougty tried and recommended by Cyrus K. Drew, diaries Babcock, James Brasselton. S. M. Olmstead and Mr. Hassler. We have also a fine lot of Premhtm Stoves, any quan tity of Tin Ware, etc., all of which we offer tor sale very low tor cash, dive us a call. J AS. SCANTL1N Ac SON, Main St., ' ap20 tw&w2m. opposite the Chequered Store. FOR SALE OR RENT. New Steam Saw Mill with four and a half XA acres ot land situated on Piaeon creek, two squares troin the termination ot the canal, Evansville Indiann. Also, 1(h) acres of land and two undivided thirds of" SO acres, on Locust crock, with a Water Mill on it with two saws. The land is wrll timbered with in two and a half miles of the city of Evansville. For terms inquire of mayll-3w TIIOS. R. HARRISON. JIHTRBANK, Corner of Main and Second Street at the "Old IJeilly Store,' keeps constantly on hand a well selected stock of Dry GihkIs and Fam ily liroerrirm llnnlfim nml ( 'nt!jrr A t-o i n.l m,. j - - - ...... . . . . . t J . c, 1 . 1 1 . 1 . ny kind ot Farming Tools, Hollow-ware. W'ootl.Stonc n.l i Ol T .1 IT t vwnijii iiii a " nni nyti utit 11 1 n u ill i nit 1 (illtl the country centrally, which ho will pc!1 ns cheny ns uiu i iiiK)iiiii t'i ci rw inrKciiy. iiw wui rc- civo in pnyinent msh nnd all kinds oi nicrchantnlilc I - I.T lllllll lllll ! '4 jlli- If IIIIVl CV7I ll.HO u call from those who like to buy good articles and cheap ueiorc purcnsing eisewncre. scp -ti. .CINCINNATI Clothins Store Ahhr 4 ins iV Brnmmtr. The subscriliers, latcofCin Iff cinnati, desiretl toinformthecitizensof Evans ville nnd suiToundinir country, that they have justo;ened on Main street, three doors alwve the iwausville Liranch iiank, n large ant tresh stock ot keadv mato: ciTniSG. made in the latest nnd most fashionable styles, of good materials and in the best J maimer. 1 he work wes executed ly themselves and under their eve. and will be fully warranted. Their stock is a largo ono, c'mbracing every thing requisite lor the fitting ou.ol a gentleman s wardrobe, and will be sold at very low prices. Youth's clothing on hand of good workmanship and of the very best materials, at extremely low prices. A hnc lot ol I runks. Hats, Caps, lioots and fchoes. We think our goods and prices will induce those wish ing to purchase, to lay out their money with ns, and we therefore solicit a call from Uio pviMic. jy2 '46. : PRINTER'S Ink. 5 kegs Jolmson and Durant's "Spring News Ink," in store and for sale by . feb la W. Sc. C. BELL. -V MRS. MORRISON, 21,11 inrr and-d7? y? DrrM M,iher.-B gs leave to inform theft'l 4vt." citizens of Evansville that she is prepar-O ed to execute all work of the acove charcater in all the various branches of the art, and respectfully soli citea share of public patronage. Room on Second st., above Iust,nextdoortoKevMrDodge. a21&.wlni Sprinsnnd Snmmer Goods for Gentlemen. JOHNSON & LKAiS cj, II aler tirrtt, are opening a splendid assortment of Cloths, Cassimeres I weeds; ' ! White and plaid Drillings; Stripe and plaid linen; Silk and Marsailles Vcstings; 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, Sec. ap20 tw&wtf. MANUFACTlTREDTobaceo. 25 kegs Vir ginia and other brands for sale by junc25. J.&.. W.REILLV ALEXANDER LAUGH LIN, W holesale and Retail etau -r! 1 7V v,, and Shut Iron Store. tTATER STGEET, EVANSVILLE, INDIANA, "f TTE beg leave to call tho attention of merchants, V - Traders, and Fanners generally, throughout the Wabash cotintry, Illinois, and the Southern por tion of Kentucky, to our largo nnd very general Stock of Groceries, Iron, Nails, Tin Plate, Copper, Wire, Axes, Cotton Yarn and Domestic Manufac tured Articles. Which wo ofH-r for sale at very re duced prices for Cash or Produce. . The head of the house residing in Pittsburgh, will enable us to be reguJarly.Bupplied with all articles in our lino. Dealers and country merchants need not travel beyond Evansvillo for ascpply of all articles they may need, and tWy would consult their interest by giving us a call, as wo are determined- to merit a share of public patronage. .The buiness will be conducted by ' . JAMES LAUGITLIN, Jr. " ; JKT Feathers, Hides, Tallow,. Beeswax, find all kinds of Produce purchased at the highest market price niny 4, '47-tf. . BLACKSMITHS Tools. A large assortment of Blacksmiths Tools, namely. Anvils, Vices, Bellows, Rasps, Files, etc.. etc.. constantly on hand and forsah? lowly may 4 A. LAUGH LIN. IRON nnd Nails. A largo assortment of Bar Iron, 7j tons or more just received. Aim 100 kegs nails assorted, from 3d to 6 inch spikes. For sale very low by may ltt. A. LAUGH UN, Water st. WHITE Lead, &c Just received a lot ol pure Whire Lead. Also Oil and Turpentine. for sale hy . lniay-4 A. LAUG1UJN. TT7"INIOW Glass. An assortment of Window V Glass, assorted sizes. For sale by may ltf. . A LAUGHL1N, Water st. LH3IRER. A large and full assortment of Pino Lumber. For sale by mayltf. . A. LAUGHLIN, Water si. piOTTON Ynrn. Constantly on hand and for W sale the best quality ot Cotton Yarnliy may 4 tf. A. LAUGHLIN," Waer st. ALLIS HOWES, IIUUIilinAlili IV HI'.l AlliTTI ""ioni Jii and Doinrxtic I.imuirn amii'r Grocerir in grnrrat. Water Street, above Main St., Evansville, Indiana. ARE now receiving in addition to their former stock a fresh supply ot Groceries, Wines,- Liquors, Bar Iron, Boston Nails, Window Glass, &c. which they otter at the lowest market rates to the trade and at retail. mayfitf. JEST Received per steamer Courier, UK) kegs lioston Nails, ' A few casks tine Port Wine. For sale by may C tf ALLIS &. HOWES Water st. RECEIVED per steamer Hendrick Hudson, . : boxes Star Candlea, 25 " Cheese, tlO reams Wrapping paper, 3 tierce Salaratus. Forsaleby mayC ALLIS Sc. HOWES, IUST Received per steamer Luna, 100 bbls N. O. Molasses, 40 " Loaf Sugar, 30 hhds N. O. Sueaf, 100 bags priinc Rio Cofiee, For sale by ALLIS & HOWES, may 6 tf Water Street. RECEI VEI, per Flat Boat Buck Sherwood, 100 bbls Cincinnati Whiskey, 25 boxes Tallow Candles, 25 " Bo ton Soap, 10 " Starcli, 10 gross Kentucky Mustard, 21) boxes Window Glass, , 5 " Chocolate, 100 doz Brooms, Forsale by ALLIS Sc. HOWES Ray fi Water street Of? GLASSWARE Just received an as-CTn Assortment of Glassware consisting iu partly iTSof: Royal Bar Decanters; t-' Champaign do; Jars and Tumblers. ' For sale by my 25 ALLIS Si. HOWES. JLTST Received, 100 Rcani3 Wrapping Paper S. C, D. C Mdm. ;00 lbs assorted Sad Irons, for sale by inay25tf. ALLIS Si, HOWES. Jl'ST Received, per steamers Avalanche and Jciness. luo Nixes Tin Plates; 25 bbls. S. II. Mo lases, for sale by my25 ALLIS &. HOWES. JL'ST Received, per Steamer Viola, 40 bbls. su perior Dayton Ale; needs no other recommenda tion than being tasted once. For sale by my25tf. ALLIS & HOWES. BAKCOCK BROTHERS, Wholesale Grocers Ac Prodnee Merchants. jrcTr, HAVE on hand and arc daily re- -v. j-i2U) ceiving additions to their large ( J(; nl,d well selected stock of tiro- J&HHSl cenes, wnicn are oliered upon liberal terms to the trade, 6c 250 sacks prime Rio Cofiee, 60 hhds. Sutjar, 150 bb'.s Molasses, - . . ; . .20 " refiiud Loaf Sugar, i 150 packages Mackerel, Nos. 1, 2, & 3, 50 boxes prime and low priced Virginia Tobacco, . liX) pkgs. Imperial, Gunpowder &. Hyson Tea, 20 sacks Pepper and Spice, .. Tosrether with a full and complete assortment of groceries of all kinds. , . ,. j np 20 tf City Qiircustvare Establishment. J US I K KCElVED, per slop "Astra-- cou," from Liverpool, a lull and complete k assortment ot i.Jwrnsv'are una L tuna, con- ciinsisiinrr, in part, ot: . 1- lowing Blue dinner, tea and toilet setts complete; Cambrian China do do do do do; American Flag do do: White and figured China tea setts, complete; White Granite and common ware, of every descrip tion, which havinc? been imnorlrd direct from the liot- teries in Ensland, tho sulwcrilxrs flatter themselves that they can supply their ciur.oniers and the public generally at as low vrirrs ai d on ns advantageous terms as can be found in any of the Eastern cities, and to which the attention of the merchants in the tur- roundinz country is respectfully invited. . Having engagul the services of experienced packers arc enabled to rr-jxu-k ware carefully; and will be tearrnnted free trumbreakaer with proper care in hand ling. BABCOCK BROTHERS, ap'20 tw tf. Nos. 13 Sc. 14 Water-street. s-JCi 47 f'lNS nnd Pistols Just recived by 2""" w Charles Keller, on Second street, at the sign of the "Golden Key," a large and well selected stock of Gcns and Pistols of all kinds, which he offers for sele at very low prices for cash. Also Gun Locks of every description. All kinds of repairing ofGuns, Pistols, Dixir Ioeks, &.c.,donc to order, tnylj'ni. km LAW Notice. JOHN INGLE, Jr., ATTor.xEV AT Law tVcrf.aor to BilttU V- jugte (Jcmral Collection and Heal Estate A "men. Ihisiness prompt ly attended to by himself and Horatio Q. Wheeler, Esq., who is associated with hhn in tlx; profcssiunal business of the ollico in which -one may always lie loiino. JW Office on First street, below Main. " feb 25. LAW Notice. J. J. CHANDLER, A lion,;, at Law. Office on First St., below Main. ap2i). O TCHAD 1UKTR. THOS. E. GAfiVIK. BAKER Sc. OARVIN, A!torner,tt Lan Evans ville, la, Otiice in the Court House. scp3'4G. ' HORATIO Q. WHEELER, Atturntu at La Of liccwithJ. Ingle, jr. I'irst st. belowMain. fei-Vi. JAMES G. JilNES, AtUtrnj at Law, Office on First street, below Main. ap2J tf. s. R. II A MILL, Attorntu at Lnv. Ollico in the , Court House, first floor. ap23 tf. ; ' B EN. STINSON, Jr Altvrrity at Lou; Office on " r irst St., tx low Main. .mylDbni"' E " A. CORBET, Ni'tarv 1'uUic. Ollice on Main St., opposite the Bank. '-' ' ' scp 11 '45. '.--1 MEDICAL. JOHN R. WHX'OX, Vhyici,n S, 6'vr7ecm. First St., aN)ve Mnin,Evauviile. ni.Ak TEDICAE. (5EO B. W A I K ER , Tl. yic'mn d- " AjA. i'r, corner of Vine and First sta. iljyl6 '45., , PAXIEI. MOKi'.AN. JAMES MOKtiAN. MEDICAL D. So J. MORGAN, i'icmvi and SurfrtoHJ, Office on Iirst t, between Main and Sycamore. ap20 tf. X. J. BRAT. L CAS.SKI.r.ERRV. BRAY & CASSELBERRY, Fhtticiatt and Syr g'ntu. First St., above Maui. ,i , ai23 U WM. TRAFTON. ' CS. WFT.VE.-: rp RAFTt N &. WEEVER.ryiV;.ii d- urgevns. J. utticeon Urst St., near lhc Mietwood House. N. B. Dr. Weever's reshlence in on Second St., first door below Rv. Mr. Dodge's church. my 25 tf.. jonjf e. Tavi-or. . it. oux HAvr.y, f rpiAYLOll Si. HARVEY, Commission and For JL uxrrding Mrrchant,'tiert'l., Evansville, Indi--aaa. Have also a large, new wbarf-loat where ilw y j will receive and storo freight free of drayagc np-2D C HARRINGTOK. J. B. rtAXXAII. ' E. B. FAIR IMU , HARRINGTON, HANNAH Si. CO., Form-arding and CommittHm Merchant, Water St., npiosito tlio wharf boats. . Still continuo to receive and tor--word on lilicral terms. ..' ap 21 tf.' CMcHUGH, FushiowM Tailor, Water St., op- positc the steam boat landing. doc31 ly. D O'NEIL. Fufliiotiah'c Tailor. First Bt . almvc Main near the Sherwood House. ai20 ly. WM. M.MORRISON, Taylor, Mainst,oDcdooB from the corner of Second. Solicits a share oi the patronage of the town and country. apiM ly. J W M. IIOLDEN, FashiouaUe TaUer, Water st.v' ovcrScantlm s tui-slKp. . ap24iy. i II. BIRTH, Su,ne-Cuticr. Shop on Main st.' near the canal briilgo ' ap24 1y. ; JT. LAMB. Grocery, Froritton and Proline Dm-' ler. Main street, Lyansville, Ia. ap27if W .CXLSEY N EI-SON.oo wirn'm Mtrckanl (f- vi nctrnn ttri, m am , al dKr from Second st. a27 M. RENSCHLER. Itlarksmiih. Shon t on ixx-ust street, ojiponte the MierwoKll House. Every tliiim iu mv line done- w . . . .. I cheap, with neatness and dispatch, give me a call op M J. II. ITIAGIIEE &CO., WHOLESALE Vealer in Dry Good, Hard trnre, BootxSJioct, Hat, Cap, Bonnet, q-c. Would invite the attention of Diiders to" their ele- gant stock of Spring and Summer Goods now recciv niET, consisting of every variety of styles and prices, which they are prepared to sell by the piece or pnek age on as good terms as can bo found in any cny in the West. We have now in store: 500 dozen Palm Leaf I lata; , !: I 200 cases Boots and Shoes; . 1(X) dozen Ladies' Bonnets;- - ' ' ' 1,000 pieces new style Prints; '. . 300 do do do Lawns and Cambrics; 100 do Cloths and Cassimeres; 1 300 do Pantaloon Stuff; 50 bales 3-4, 7-8 and 4-4 Domestics; Besides an infinite variety of Combs, Hut tons, Threads Laces, Pins, Handkerchiefs, Artilicial8,.Shawls, Glov es, Vcstings, Ribbons, Sec, Sec All of which they offer to the trade at the hnrest Trier for mma r tw proved a edit. 1. II. MACULE &. CO., ap20 Main slrect LAND for Snle. I wish- to sell a tract fjiaof tM) acres of land, of which 20 acres is itn k,roved. lying about four miles from Evansville near Wagnon's place Also a tract of 3(i0 acres, improved, lyincr on tha Princeton Rood, aliout 10 miles from Evansville. The latter tract will lie divided to suit purchasers. For termsapplyto my25 PIIILLIPIIORNBROOK. t l AlliUIU.Ui. joiis oortK iw-L'H it-nvc m express his grateful thanks to his old friends tor the generous support they haveextended to him, and to asmire them and the public that he is pre-, pared to execute all work in his luie in the neatest and latest style. Determined ta attend strictly to his bu siness and use his best exertions to please, he hopes still further to increase his business.. ... a . t. r I 1 ... Shop on Uw cor. of I irst and Sycamore sts. ap2w HOUSE nnd Lot for Sale- Wishing to leave Evansville, 1 otii-r my House and Lot for sale. It is situated in Lamasco City, next Ui the Steam Flour Mill. The House is a double two story frame bouse, with ba! kitchen, smoke house, and there Is also a sood shop used asawaon makers shop. The lot is 25 feet front and ransback HO tecu 1 dtire tosidl it for catdi and will give a good bargain to any jiersou v. i.--li- ing to purchase. lliClltieis lnuispinniiie- ii iiui sold by 1st of June at private sale, 1 will then oiler it at auction. inquire ol the subscriU r on t lie premises, may J-lawlw. , JACOB BLAUTH. ' DENTISTRY. . E GRIFFITH, M. D., &. S. D.. having perma . nently settled in Evansville for tlic praciice of Dentistry, offers his professional servicea to tlie citi zens of Evansville and the surrounding towns and country. He is prepared to do every description of work from a single tooth to a full upper and lower set. His long experience in the business gives him confidence in tendering his services. He has the Lethean or Somnific Gas, a late discovery, whereby" a tooth may be extracted without pain. His residence is tho house lately occupied by Dr. Wcever ; persons wishing his services will please call at his residence or leave word at the Sherwood House je 10 tw&w tf ("