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"HARMONIES OF THE DEMOCRACY."
On Friday night the Democracy of the city of New York were convened atTammany Hall, for, the purpose of ratifying the ticket nomina ted by the Syracuse Convention. The scene which occurred, a description of w hich is giv en below, indicates pretty clearly the state of feeling existing between the two divisions of "the party The preliminary business of appointing a chairman, secretaries, &c, was gone through in comparative quiet; nor did anything, very remarkable attend the reading of the prepared uonl.iltnna .v,4il Vi A ft K 1111 YilOll Ilrl V0 I )T fT f cSUIUllUii:! U11UL llic unit nua ivui.uiu, an approval of the nominations made at Syra- cuse. Tins was greeted as me signal ior act ive operations by the dissentient party, after the fashion thus described by the Herald's re porter: As soon as the last resolution was read, there was a spontaneous burst of cheering from one . . , r a part of the house, and hissing from another. One party, (for there were evidently two,) would cheer, and the other would cry "Put him out," &c. "Three groans for the nominations,"and they were given. "Three cheers for the nominations," and they too, were given. "Three cheersfor Flagg." "Hurrah, hurrah, hurrah.? "Three cheers for Santa Anna',' Jr., Bob Morris." "Hurrah, hurrah, h-u-r-r-a-h," and Mr. Mor ris gets under cover with despatch. Voice That's the way, my boys." Voice no hunkers here, we don't wan't 'em." "We don't wan't no hunkers." Signs of a row. Then quiet prevailed again for a little while, but it soon disappeared when the reading was completed, and sombotly moved that the reso lutions be laid upon" the table. This was the signal for another commotion of the elements, in which figured Capt. Rynder but here again we must quote from the reporter: Voice I say the man who introduced-those resolutions hud the contract fur the bonded warehouse. Great confusion and cries of "put him out. He's a disorganizer," &c. Capt Rynder mounts the rostrum and attempts to speak out but is not heard. Voice A plague on both your houses. (Laughter. Great disturbance in the iniddleof the room shirts and coats suffering.) Capt. Rynders Gentlemen the best way to preserve order is for every man to keep order himself. Put him out," "out with linn," the crowd moved towards the chair, each man pulling another by the collarof his coat, and Capt. Ryn der in agony that he cannot preserve order. "Hurrah, hurrah." Onp art ret thrn nrlvnn. ? I j t tage, and hustles out some of their oppon ents. Capt. Rynder Will you all hear the chair? The other party here got reinforcements, and drove the other party back again. Hurrah, hurrah, order, order; why don't you come to order? give it to him; hammer him; go on Purser; hurrah Capt. Rynder leaves the platform for the pur pose of pacifying the crowd. "Order," "Order," "Hurrah" "Hurrah!" "Order." Turscr reads another resolution referring to the victories in Mexico. "Hi!" "hi!" "hey!" -hurrah!" "hurrah!" "Brady!" "Brady!" "Brady!'' Mr. McKeon What's the matter? Why all this confusion? Will you hear me, my friends? But let me be understood, that I do not expect to please every man here. "Hurrah," hurrah." Voice We don't want to hear you. Mr. McKeon Will you listen to me, my friends? I believe the leading idea now is the Mexican war. Voices "No," "Yes," "No." McKeon Give us your reasons. Voice Give us a chance and we'll tell you. McKeon I may something you may not like, but, after I have said it, let somebody of leOsomething as a substitute, and vote me down. That's the way. "Good! we'll hear you through." "Hurrah!" McKeon I hop when I am done, you will let sombody speak afteT me. Voice And not knock him down. McKeon And not knock him down as you eay. (Laughter.) "Go on John. Go on." "Hurry up your cakes." The ideaof the cakes seemed t have a sooth ing effect, and "John" was permitted to deliv er himself for sometime in comparative peace, adroitly contriving to have as much as possible to say about the Mexican war and its glories, and then proceeding to read the prepared ad dress. As soon as this was finished, Bedlam broke loose again. Mr. Brady rises amid cheers and hisses. Mr. Harris Will you hear Mr. Beady No" "Yes," "No" "No""No o" " Yes" "Hurrah." Mr. Brady Fellow-citizens. "Hurrah' "Cheers hisses confusion. "Go on Brady, my boy; where's S3G,000?" (Cheers and laughter.) - At one time otic of the contending parties would overpower the other and press it to wards the door. The other party would then get reinforced and press its opponents towards! the chair each party cheered by its friends as it would gain any advantage. Capt. Rynder is seen among the combatants endeavoring to restore order. Order being at length restored Mr. Liebenau I offer this as a substitute for them all. Reads; Resolved. That the spirit of democracy is in favor of extending the bounds of "freedom," but not of slavery, and in favor of prosecuting the war in Mexico with vigor and success. Here ensued a genuine rough and tumble fight; the resolution was handled in a very rough manner by a portion of the audatory, who seemed disposed to put him out of the room Mr. Brady made another attempt to speak. Fellow-citizens, I suppose that you desire to have some termination. (Cries of "No no no-o-o-o." "No we don't," from some parts of the house and laughter. Mr. Brady Fellow-citizens "Bah you Give us a variation; say fellow-sinners" (Laughter.) Feelow-citizens, if there are any gentlemen in the room "No there ain't" say if there is any gentleman in the room who desires to occupy this rostrum in preference to me, I shall be most happy to surrender it to them. (Cries of "No" "No" "Go on ;" "Yes, yes." Another lull, and Mr. Brady finished his speech, not without an occasional interrup tion. But when the question was put or rather proposed to be put on the address and resolutions, there came a whirlwind of uproar to which all the preceding doings were mere zephyrs. We don't care to enlarge our quota tions ; it is enough to say that the rest was one continued scene of shoutings, groanings, hisses; fisticuffing, hustlings, and rowdyism in general, and at last the meeting broke up, no question having been taken on address or reso lutions. Yet the Globe of this morning, the city organ of Old Hukerism, gives these docu ments at length, just as though they had been formally and solmnly ratified by the Democ racy, and in its reportof the proceedings makes not the slightest reference to any dissent or disorder. Such is the way in which the "Democracy" sets about performing the most serious and im portant of the citizen's political duties. New York Election. New York Express, of Wednesday evening, thus sums up the result of late election in the state: The Senate of this state consists of 32 mem bers, all of whom, by the new constitution, are elected this year by single districts, for a term ot two years. We are satisfied that the Whiga have elected at least 2 1 of the senators, and per haps 25 thus giving a majority of 16 or 18 in this important body, who are to vote, in 1819. for a U. S. Senator in place of John A.Dix,Loco, whose term expires in March, 1849. The assembly, elected for one vear bv sinele districts; consists of 128 members, of whom the Whigs must tiave elected at least two-thirds, and perhaps more. Thus, the Whigs, after the 1st of January en suing, and for the first time since 1841,will have the control of all the branches of the State fovernment.exceptthejudiciary, viz: Governor, lieutenant Governor, canal commissioners, and and other State officers, with a majority of the senate ana assemDiy. Scene On Tub Battle Field. We copy from the correspondence of the New Orleans Delta the following affecting scene: Passing over the battle field ofMolino del Rey immediately after our victorious stand ard had beeu planted on the enemy's works, where lay the dead and wounded mingled to gether, my attention was attracted to different places, by the scenes of grief and sorrow scenes which pained my feelings and shock ed my.sight-thete I found many acquaint ances, dead and wounded, whom I had seen but a short time previons full of health, and with buoyant spirits, marching at the head of their commands, in the strong hope that ihey would soon, by their noble deeds and heroic valor, achieve fame for themselves and glory for their country. But alas! how uncertain are the ways of life; there I found ihe strong youth and the aged veteran,who fell side by side to riso no moie. Many of the most noble souls of the army, and the pride of their country's chival ry, there performed their .last gallant acts on the stage of life. Afier going over a portion of the gtound, and finding here and there a valued acquaintance, my attention was at tracted to a grey headed veteran, who was standing by the side of one who had fallen. He leisurely took his blanket from his back, and spread it over the corpse with great care. I rode up to him, and ask him whether that was ant-otiicer. He looked up, and every lin eament ot his lace betokening the greatest grief, replied, "You never asked a question, sir, more easily answered, it is an officer." I then asked him who jt was. lie again re plied," the best soldier of the 5th infantry, sir." 1 then alighted from my horse, and un covering the face, found it was Colonel Mar tin Scott! As 1 again covered the face, the soldier continued,without apparently ad dressing himself to any person in particular,1' they have killed hiin they will be paid for this I Inve served with him almost four en listments but what will his pool family say ?" And as he concluded thus, the tears cour sed down his furrowed cheeks, and the swell, ins of his bosom showed how deeply he was affected by the death of his veteran and gall ant commander. C-ouId there have been any thing more affecting thaii lha grief of this sol dier on the battle field I and how truly sub lime and eloquent wis his reply to me, that it was "The Dest Soldilu Of Tue 5tu In faxtky If the greatest orator of the age had dwelt upon the memory of our departed friend un til he had cxausted his eulogy &. eloquence, he could not have said anything which would make a greater impression on our feelings, than did the reply ot this soldier. Colonel Martin Scott was among' the bravest of the brave;" he fought his way into our army in our last war with Great B.-itian; since that lime he has been one of the brightest orna ments, and,has signally distinguished himself in the war with Mexico, (or which he his been promoted and breveted. The Gold IIoom in Windsor Castle. The whole collection in what is called the Gold Room at Windsor Castle, is valued at twelve millions of dollars! There are glass cases like a silversmith's shop,and behindtthe "lass arc the principle articles There is a dinner service of silver gilt of the most gor geous kind, presented by the merchants of Liverpool, to the late William the fourth, long before he was. king, in reward for his advocacy of the slave-trade! with the inscrip tion tellinsr the tale. There is a salver of immense size, made from tho gold snuff boxes alone, of George the fourth, the lids &, inscriptions curiously preserved on the sur face in a kind of mosaic of gold; its value is fifty thousand dollars. Nell Gvvynn's bel lows the handles, nozzles, &.C., of pure go!d ! the golden peacock inlaid with diamonds and rubes, from Delhi not as large as a pheasant, but valued at one bundled and fifty thousand dollars; the foot stool of Tippoo Saib; a solid gold lion, with chry&til eyes, the value or its gold alone being seventy thou sand dollars; George tho Fourth's celebrated golden candelebra (or a dinner table, valued at fifty thousand d liar?, so heavy that two men are required to lilt it. riles upon piles of golden plates, sufficient to dine two hundred and fifty persons, with ample changes. There are 140 dozen each of gold knives and forks of various patterns, and 1 11 dozen each ol gold table and tea spoons, all arranged in the most perfect order, in glass cascg on taUcs in the middle of the room filled with gorge ous gold. From the contemplation of nil this, memory only carries away a confused idea of riches, such as must have cost poor underground laborers, lives of toil and sweat, and piiu, lojprocure. A simple fact in con nection with this gorgeous display will serve to illustrate its worth to one at least of its roy al possossors, George the Fourth,whose sense ot taste became so vitiated, that although his meat was set before him in gold dishes, he was obliged to season it with asafotida to make it anything tut tasteless. Mind yoch hcsiness. It is emmon ad vice, but not the less judicious. Who has not follies enough to answer lor without prying into his neighbors' affaiis? Is there a man liv ing who has not been imprudent at least once in his life?-What if that imprudent step were whispered to the world? Would it be Just? Then seek not to uncover the concealod fact. Mind your own affiirs, and look into your own beart,nd if you've not crimes and follies enough to answer for, here's our head for a foot ball. Exchange paper. The Good Wife. How much ol this world's happiness and prosperity is contained in the compass of these two short words! Her influence is immense, the power of a wite,for good or evil is altogether irresistible, for it must be forever uuknown. A good wife is to a man wisdom and courage, and strength and hope, and endurance. . A bad one is confusion, weaknes.,discomfiture and dispair. No condition is hopeless when the wile possesses firmness, decision, energy, economy. There is no outward prosperity which can counteract indulgence, folly and extravagance at home. No spirit can long resist bad domestic influence. Man is strong, but his heart is not adamant, he delights in enterprise and action, but to sustain him he needs a tranquil mind and a whole heart, lie expends his whole moral force in the conflicts of the world. His feelings are daily lacerated to the utmost point of endurance by perpeiuil collision, irritations and disap pointment. To recover his equanimity and composure, home must be to him a place of repose, of peace, of cheerfulness, of comfort, where his soul renews its strength and again goes forth with fresh vigor to encounter labor and troubles of this world. But if at home he finds no rest, and there is met with bad temper, sullenness, or gloom, or is assailed by discontent.complaint and reproaches, the heart breaks, the spirits aro crushed, hope van ishes, and the man sinks in total despair. SHERIFF'S Sale. By virtue of a Fieri facias issued out of the offiee of the Clerk of the Vander burgh Circuit Court, and to me directed, and deliver ed in favor of the State Bank of Indiana tw. John Law, I have levied upon and will on Saturday the 4th day of December, 1(547, at the door of the Court House, in the City of Evansville, between the hours of 10 o'clock A M and 6 o'clock PM of said day, expose to sale at public auction and outcry, the rents, issues and prof its, for the term of seveiryears, of the following des cribed lots or tracts ot land, to-wit: the whole of blocks number 61, 99 and 133, and lot number 2 in block namberl37, lot 9 in block 59, and the undi vided one-half, of lots number 9, 10, 11, 12 and 13, in block number 74, in Lamasco City, together with all the appurtenances thereunto belonging, or in any wise appertaining. And should no person offer or bid for said rents, issues and profits, a sum sufficient to satisfy eaid ex ecution 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 lots and appurtances, to satisfy said execution interest and cos's, nov 11 3v--p fft'2 50. JOHN ECHOLS, S-V. C. NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the un dersigned has this day taken out letters testa mentary upon the estate of 'ames Neale, late of Van derburgh county, Indiana, deceased; all persons hav ing claims against said estate will please present them properly authenticated for settlement, and all those indebted to said estate will make payment to the undersigned. 1 he estate is supposed to le solvent ll-:tw. S. K. NEALK, Ex. MOKE XEW GOODS! ! JUST RECEIVED BY KRfESEN & MORGAN I.N TUE SEW FRAME BUlLDlSliS OS MAIS sr. ps 6-4 blue Blanket Cloth; ps b-4 all wool Uoaaing; 1 5-4 jet Silk, black; 3 imp satin stripe and figured blk Silks; 15 dozen heavy Gloves; 1 case assorted Cotton Tread; H Coach OilCloth; 2 ps Hair Cloths tor Sofas; 10 dozen men and boys' Cloth Caps; 50 ps assorted Prints, very low; DO pre Bed Blankets; 2 dozen Buckskin Mitts: 23 pre Transparent and Painted Window Blinds; 34 ps f apcr w indow lilinds sz ana do incnes; Also, Linen Cambric, Hdkfs, Shawls; Vestimrs. Bombazines. &c. &. All tli one wishinsi new and cheap poods, at whole sale or retail, are respectfully invitedto call and ex amine, nov li-tt: ACADEMICAL. INSTITUTION, AND FEMALE SEMINARY. TYRON W. SAFFORD respectfully gives notice XTX to his patrons and the mends ot educauon gen erally, that the first winter quarter of the above in stitutions. will commence the last Mondtv in Novenv ber; the former, to be taught exclusively bv himself. the latter, by Mrs. L. M. Sjlffokd assisted by E. F. Mortox and S. C. Bowdex; teachers amply qualified bv their literary attainments and experience in teach ing, to give thorough instruction in all the branches ... l . o : : f.l . .tium in i ic I't-bi oenuiitiiies ui uic couuiry. Our purpose is, that the schools shall be permanent. and maintain a character , worthy the names they bear. The Academy is exclusively for males; and for those, more particularly, who desire to study the An cient Classics, and the higher branches of Mathemat ics. It will be a thorough preparatory school for those wishing to pursue a regular CoUege course, as who desire to quality themselves tor teaching as lor "bus' mess." In order to secure the classification and order, which are indispensable to efficiency, it will be expec ted of those applying for admission into the Academy, that they read Uuenlly, spell tolerably, write legibly, understand the ground rules of Arithmetic, and have some knowledge of Geography and the use of maps. It is also kizMij important, that students commence with the beginning of the term; as classes are then formed, and subjects of study commenced. KATES OF Tl-'ITION IX THE AC A DEM V. Primary English branches- oo per Qur. Higher tiiiglish blanches- 5 IK) " - Languages, Algebra and Geometry 7 00 " 4 TVITIOX IX TUE SEM1XARV. Primary studies $3 00 per Qur. Higher Enrrl i sh branches 4 oo Latin and "French, extra 2 00 44 44 Music on Piano Forte 8 00 44 44 Use of instrument for practice" 1 00 44 44 Evaxsville, Nov. loth. novll-tf. EVANSVILLE FEMALE INSTITUTE. HPHE subscriber respectfully announces to the citi JL zens of Evansville that he will on Monday the 29th instant, open in this city an independent school. for the instruction of young ladies in all the branches of an accomplished temale education. In making this announcement and respectfully soliciting the patronage of the public, he deems it proper that he should say, it his determination to establish here a permanct Institution, second in character to none in the western States ; and as his institution is designed for the benefit of the public, he is determined to plate it under the guardianship or direction of no sect or rarty, but will rely solely on lis merits lor success. le will be assisted by his lady in all the ornamental branches, and other competent assistants will be en gaged, wheu the wants of the school shall render it m.'cessary. TERMS. English branches per session of 5 months - $10 to $15 Higher brnnuhea ot Mathematics (extra) 5 Latin or French, (extra) 10 Music with use of Piano (extra) v 20 Drawing and Painting, (extra) 10 Ornamental and Fancy Needle Work, (extra) 5 Payable one-half in advance, and the balance at the commencement of second quarter. It is his purpose to procure a central and conven ient location, which will bo announced in a few days. The most satisfactory testamonials ran be furnish ed, but the following from gentlemen well known in this city will be suliicient to merit the consideration of the public I RiscETos, November m, low. Mr. &, Mrs. Jukey having taught a session in the rrinceton remale Academy, the trustees ol Uic irv etitution, embrace this occasion to sav. that they con' ductei the school to their entire satisfaction, mani festing by the almost unprecedented advancement of Uieir uupus. meir pre-uiiiinum quuimcBuoiis na ic;icu- ers. SAMUEL HALL, Prest of the Poard. We, the undersigned, most heartily concur in the above ceruhcate. ' juiirs lawiw. JOSEPH DEVIN, J A3. BOS WELL: An noon as suitable baildinss can be procured ar ranaements will bo made to receive young ladies from ers. J. II. JUREY. Principal. Asa Teacher of Music Mrs. J. has had great ex perionce, and wherever she has taught has given perfect satisfaction. S?he will, if desired, give instruc tions in that department t young ladies, who may not Willi to aueuu uie regular course ui nuni union iu the Institute. novll-tf. J. II. J. ' State of Indiana, Spencer County, ss. In the Spencer Circuit Court iu vacation, Novem ber 2d 1S47. Henry G. Wagoner, ") ri. Lydia Baldwin, Edward Cundall Thomas J. Snyder,; Executors, and Elijah R. Prown, Benjamin Brown, Lyman W. Brown, Per seyR. Brown, Mary W. Brown, Vashti Bishop, Mary Smith, Me li.a DeWolt. DeWolf. her husband, Barnabas Webber, Dan- Tdtition for a deed iel Webber, Daniel Stuteville, Daniel Harvey, Willis Snyder, Asa Baldwin, Clarissa Bunee, Clark Adams, Laniel Baldwin, Benjamin Baldwin, Eliza Pace, Harriet Smith, Sophia Allen and the American and Foreign Bible SDciety, Legatees and Divisees of Daniel Baldwin, lateof Washing ton county, Pennsylvania de cenwHi. rpHE said Petitioner by John Ingle Jr., his solicitor having tiled in the LierK s omce ot uic pencer Circuit Court, a certain Petition for a Deed in the above entitled cause, and also, an affidavit of the non residence of all of the above named defendantsexcept Thomas J. Snyder, Daniel Stuteville, Willis Snyder, and Daniel Harvey. The said non resident defen dants herein are therefore hereby notified that paid Petition is now pending in said Court, and that unless they appear and answer to said petition on or before the calling of this cause at the next term of the Spen cer Circuit Court to be held at 'Rockport on the third Monday in April, 1847, the same will be taken as confe!cd and decreed accordingly. Witness, JOHN CRAWFORD, Clerk of said court at Rockport; this 2d day of November, 1817. JOHN CR AWFt K D, Clerk, nov. ll-3w. By S. W. FAIRFIELD, IVpClk. NOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned has taken out letters of Administration on the estate of Jacob Dietler, late of Posey county; all per sons indebted to said estate arc requested to fnake immediate payment, and those having claims against the same are notified to present them lor settlement, the estate is probably solvent. oct.3--3t WM.J. DErBLER, AdnTr: ONE Cent Reward. Uanaway from the un dersigned about two weeks since, an indented apprentice, named Christopher C Brown. This is to yive notice that I will not be liable for nnv debts coi'tracted bv him. . foe) BENOXI STINSt X. WHITE Lead and for sale by 7okegs jrrc'per steamer Mail hbl8 C. BELL. QHKRIFF Sle. By virtue of a special ti Fa lO issued from the office of the Clerk ot the Vander burgh Circuit Couu, in favor of 1 homes McCalpin, and against Patterson Frame, 1 will on Saturday the 4th day ot December, 1847, at the Court House 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, without regard to valuation or appraisment laws, the rente, issues and proffita for the term of seven years of the the fol lowing described tracts ofland, to-wit: Lot No. 2l, in lilock iNo. 1, miLilliston s and Lock liar's Enlarge merit of Evansvillo. And should no person offer or liJ for said rents. issues and profits a sum sufficient to saiisfv said execution and costs, I will at the same time and place proceed to sell at public auction and outcry, the lea simple of said above described lot to satisfy said exe cution, interests ana costs. nov 1 1 3w-p t $2 JOHN ECHOLS, S. V. C. SHERIFF Sale By virtue of a Decree and Fi Fa issued from the otiice of the Clerk of the Van derburgh Circuit Court, in favor of Ferdenand llies- kill, rrancis Hoskins, Col ton Hieskill, and Henry F. lloberton, v. James T. Walker, (Administrator of Joseph Wheeler, Jr., deceased,) Thomas Wheeler, John Wheeler, and Eliza Wheeler; I will on Friday, the 2uth of November, 1847, at the Court House door, in the city of Evansville, between the hours of 10 o' clock, A.'M., and 6 o'clock P. M., of said day, ex pose to sale at public auction and outcry, the rents, issues and profits for the term of seven years of the following described lot or tract ofland, to-wit: The lower half ot lot No. 34. being that half adjoin ing lot No 35, in the upper enlargement ofthecityof Evansville, together with all the appurtenences there unto belonging or in any wis appertaining subject to, and excepting the right of dower therein of Mrs. Eli za Wheeler, widow of the said Joseph Wheeler, Jr., deceased. And should no person offer or bid for said rents, is sues and profits, a sum sufficient to satisfy said De cree and costs, I will, at the same time and place, proceed to sell at public auction and out-cry the fi e simple of said above described lot and appurtenences tosatisfy said Decree, interest and cost. nov 4-3t-p f S2.73. JOHN ECHOLS, S. V. C. CORDAGE, TWINE, GROCERIES, Ac. CJEOItfiE VEXXEMAX V Co. WATER ST. EVANSVILLE, IA. HAVE removed to their new Brick Store on Wa tor Street, nearly opposite the steamboat land ing, and are now receiving and opening a large as sortment of MANILLA AND HEMP CORDAGE, TWINE, Groceries, Hardirare, Queenacare, Jc. They will lie in constant receipt ol and have on hand all sizes of Manilla and Hemp Cordage for boats, mills &c, Twines of all kinds. Packing Yarn, Oak um &.c. A largo and complete assortment of thn above article at low prices. Groceries. Loaf and Brown Sugar, Molasses, Colli, Gunpowder and Young Hyson Teas; Pepper, Spices, Salt, Powder and Shot, Tubs, Brooms, Brush, es, &c. Liquor. Foreign and domestic Brandies, and Wines, Rum, Gin, Whiskey, ifce. Hardware and Queensware A good assortment. Cotton Yarns, &.C. The public are requested to call and examine our stork and prices. N. B. Country produce of all kinds taken in ex change for which the highmt market price will bo given. nov 4 GEO. YEN E.MAN &, CO. CINCINNATI CLOTHING STOItE. 1' Next door to C. Bell, Druggist, MAIN ST., EVANSVILLE lA.rr. AULERING & DRUMMER t II A v L just received from their Manufactory in J.JL Cincinnati, the latest New l ork styles ol FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING, All of which are made and trimmed in toe tiest mnn uer under their direction expressly for this market, and consists of every article requisite to complete gentlemen's wardrobes. Coats Superior Biark and blue French and En glish Cloth Dress and Frock Coats full trimmrd. Brown, Green, Gray and Steel mixed Sack, Box" and Palo Alto Coats. Every variety of Box Coals, Coat evsond Roundabouts. I'atits Superior black Cloth Tants; fancy trench do.Cassinetdo. Pants of every variety and price. IVf.Black Satin Vests; plain and fancy Si and Velvet do.; Marseilles do.; common Vests of i Silk all kinds. RNISIIIXG GOODS. All the late styles of j T r I n ,-""" -1 i and fancy silk and satin Cra-j1', vats. Scarfs and stocks; Pocket Li,' Li Handkerchiefs; Linen and Linen bosom shirts; Mus lin nnd Fonnel do.; Flannel and Net under shirts and Draws; Shirt Collars; Buckskin, heaver, kid, thread and cotton Gloves; embroidered and plain gum suspenders; silk, gingham and cotton Lmbrcllas; Purses; Hats; Caps; Boots, &.C All the above articles and everything else in tho furnishing line will be sold nt Cincinnati prices lor CASH. We shall continue to receive fresh supplies weekly during the season from our Manufactory in Cincin nati. nov4-tJ A1ILEKING&. BRUMMEK. TRUNKS. Leather Trunks o V ""3,l"fl good quality an 1 low prices; also Car rY -, y P;t Bags of every variety for sale at tho '''Sa 1 IT J r Cincinnati Clothing Store. nov4-tf AULERING & BRL'MMER. State of Indiana, Spencer County, sk, In the Spenoer Circuit Court, la vacation. John Martin, Sen. vs, Gcorgcl Martin, Catherine Mnrtinjohn I Durham and ElizabethDurhani y Petition for a Deed. luswite, heirs ot John .Martin, Jr., late of Hamilton county, Ohio, deceased. NOW at this time comes the petitioner by John H.Smith and John Pitcher his attorneys, and files his petition, and also an affidavit of the non-residence of the said defendants. The non-resident de fendants above named, are therefore hereby notified' of the filing and pendency of the said petition and that unless they be and appear More the judges of the Spencer Circuit Court on or More the calling of this cause at the next April term ol said court, to be held at the Court House in Rockport in said county of Spencer, and plead, onswer or demur to said petition the same will be heard end determined in their ah sence. Witness: Ji.ns Ceawfoep, Clerk of said Court at Rockport, this 28th riav of October, A. D. 1847. J( )1IN CRAWFORD, Clerk, nov -43t-pf 2, 30 By S. W. Fair help, D. Clk. J RON and Nails.- A large assortment of Bar Iron, 75 tons or more just received. Also 400 kegs nails assorted, from 3d to 6 inch spikes. For sale very low bv may 4 tf. A. LAl'GIILIN, Water Ft. FRESH Teas: 5 half chests Young Hyson; 3 do do Fourchong or black ; 20-13 lbs. boxes Imperial; 10-6 do do Y oung Hyson. On hand and for sale by f4 C. LELL STATIONARY : IO 100 reams ruled Fool's Cap Taper; 100 do letter do; 10 do commercial post do; r0 gross 1lue and black Ink; Black Sand, Quills; LetterStamps, Inkstands, &.P. In store and for sal by fltt C.Ub,I... FRESH Teas. Just received and now hn t ; Oiii nL-Arrna ff I Pll Lt: m rcauy jot insuwruoii 4u p.in.". - !jSeAn assortment selected with great care espe cially for the Evansville Market for sale by auOl-tf. ALLlf 4c HOW l.s 1 EST RiT-iv-d- A lot of fancy dress Silks; Tur- l ki tnni Satins and plain black Gro de Rhine. AI..-1 n (MiriwMirtnii nt ot Grimns. Frintres. Buttons, and other dress trimmings. Aim Zcplier Worsted marking Canvass and Perforated Paper; Steel Beeds, Clasps and Tassels, plain and verigated Purse Silks. seP28-tf . M. W. FOSTER. CHOCOLATE ami Coeoa: A few boxes Tor Ion's fresh, lor ale by telsj C.litLL