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f I' S 4 i Sy Telegraph to Hew Albany.' FIVE DAYS LATER FROM EUROPE, j Abbital or th i Frkkch Stea m er Washington. Further decline in Brtadstuffs Cholera ravaging Russia Distress and Riot in Ire land 'Civil War in Switzerland. . Philadelphia; Not. 10, 10 A. M. The French steamer Washington has arrived at New York from Cherbourg, which place she left on the 94th vAC "T . , ' By this amvai we have two.days later dates from Liverpool. The provision : market was uachanged; wheat was 2sper bushel lower; corn had declined la2s per quarter; and meal 6d per barrel. Best Western canal flour was quoted at ?6so26s6d per barrel. '. 1 Cotton bad declined half penny from the rates current on the 19th. , Commercial distress was unmitigated; "the Bank of England ' extending .no relief. Fail ures ' and suspensions continued, and there seemed to be no decrease in the number daily announced . . . ,,' -. The Cholera was ravaging Russia' fear fully. "- '. ., jL. J ;. ', Ireland was teeming with distress, and ri ots and collisions with the military continued, England, and Russia propose their inter vention between the rival Swiss . cantons which are on the eve of bloodshed. COMMERCIAL. ,'. ' . ' ... ' - ;. Cincinnati, Nov. 12 M TIip floor market it still inactive. V Holder! are generally demanding 4 60(p$4 75; about 2,000 bbli old yesterday and to-day at $4 554 65. The. re ceipts are not heavy, but the supply is fully adequate to the demand, there being no snippers in market. Whiskey has improved, and is selling to-day at Last evening 700 hogs, averaging 200 lbs. sold at $4 9 100 lbs nett.. The weather is more fuvorable to day, and quite a number of drovers are packing in preference to selling at $4; above which packer are unwilling to go. -... New Yosk.Nov. II, It Tit The market is si ill devoid of animation,, and the riles flour yesterday" and this morning were to a very nuxWiiu extent only. Genesee may be quoted at at t6256 311, and Western $&S6 18! 9 bbl. '. . There is no demand for wheat at present prices; and holders are mostly storing. ' Sales of mixed corn at 71c, and of prime yellow at 75c bushel. . ' .. Oats are in moderate demand at 50c The stock of pork is very lowv and the market in consequence more firm.: Sales of prime at 1025 and of niesi ll 50 the latter is mostly held at 1 14 75. Lard ranges from 9.Sllc market heavy. There is not much inquiry for bacon. . ' ...'-. 1 ' PmiAMXFHiA. Nov. 10, 8 P. M. . The steamer's news um euled the market for flour, and the transactions to-day were toaheary limited extent on'y- Genesee brands are held at $6 37!; but at this price there are more sellers than buyers. Sales of6O0bblsBrandywiu3att37;.. " " ' About 4,0CJ bushels prime red wheat sold at 130c' ' The corn market is quiet and nothing worthy of note has transpired since last report. Baltimore, Nov. 10, 7 P. M. Thcre were no sales of flour to-day. Howard-et. is held at $5 75 and city mills at - There was a moderate demand for - wheat, and bout 10,000 bushels changed hands at 125e for prime while, and 120c for prime red. Sale of mixed corn at 64c, and of prime yellow at (We. : Oats sold at a moderate extent at 23c, . Whiskey in bbls wasin moderate request at 28c. The provision market does not present any new features. Sales of city packed pork at $10 50 for prime and 14S14 25 for mess; m ti beef $12. Bacon haras are scarce, and Western cured sell freely at ll&Ilic. Moderate sales of siJea at 7S7lc. There was a moderate demand for lard, with sties to a corresponding extent at lOie for prims in bbls, The sversge price of beef cattle on the hoof U 2 25 1C0 lbs. . ... Sals of lire hogs at 3 25 1C0 lbs gross. t. 8. WEEVE . -MAR! TXAITON VV EE V ER TR AFTON.iMfncioiu S, Surgeons ' v v umce on t irst st. near the bherwood House. N. B. Dr. Weever's residence ia on Second st., first door below Rev. Mr. Dodge's church, nov 13-6m. " ' A, C A R D rR. C. S. WEEVER tenders his sincere aeknowl ' JL edgments to the citizens of Evansville and to his employers in the country for their liberal patronage durinffhts connexion in business with the late Dr. Wm. Trafton. and he hones, bv constant attention to the duties of his profession, to merit a continuance of tneir lavors. nov is-ti. ' NOTICE. . DR. WFEVER would inform his friends and the public that he has associated Dr. Makk Tbaj tom with himself, in the practice of Medicine and Sur gery. 1 he bumnesa will be conducted hereafter un der the firm of WEEVER &. TRAFTON. at the old office on First st., above the Sherwood House, where one or may m round, day or night, unless profession- . .EvAiuviLU, Nov. 13, '47-tf. .- Indiana LSntnal Insurance Company. SJl f ' NOTICE is hereby given that the receipt sfcfor the last year's insurance are now in my a hands for collection. All unpaid receipts n tne m day ot December next, will at once beplac cu in ine nanus 01 a magistrate lor eoiim-uon. nov 13-tf. E. A. CORBET, Agent. Ips. 4-4 Ingrain Carpeting very cheap; 1 ease No. 10 Cotton Cards; . 1 do Cotton Umbrellas whalebone frames; 1 bale 10-4; 11-4 and 12-4 Witney Blankets. ' Just received and for sale by KRffcsF.N . MOROAN. No 25 Main street, who have Indiana State Scrip Hr soie. ,. nov 13-tt. s CIIOOL NOTICE-The Trustees of School ' Uismci no. b. nerebv nvn nnt j that nn Tknr. .?. t.he 18tn inV 108 PlHc school of said District wui do removed to the room in the lower Engine House, formerly occupied by Mr. Sandford, and plac ed under the instruction ot a competent teacher from New Hampshire. ""T:2 W to f4 00 per quarter, 1 25 of which will be paid from public funds, lly order of the Board of Trustees. inov!3J J. C. IILNSON, Cl'k One of the Surgeons of the Army, (who haa since been himself dangerously wounded,) wri ting to a friend after the battles or Contreras and Churubusco, says.- - - . " "After operating, with my assistants, till three o'clock in the morning, I left the build ing on which I had made a temporary hospital, to take an hour's rest in the open air. 1 turn ed round to look at my amputation table; under it teas a ratxEcr heap op aims ako leos; and, looking at myself, I found I was covered with blood from bead to foot." ' r The noble sentiment of Thiers, the French historian, that "the law is better than any hu man will, whatever it may be," is well quoted and commented on by the Baltimore American. It ia this sentiment -which should ever prevail in a constitutional republic, as distinguished from amere democracy. Alex. Got. The last stet befobb Nobility. Lola Mostcs, (the present Countess pf Landsfield) arrived at Baden, in the height of the bathing season, with cigarin mouth- and riding-whip in 'hand. She commenced immediately the outlay of her electrifying graces upon the pub lic eye, producing an effect proportionate to their contrast with tie extreme calmness and propriety of the manners of the German ladies of rank.-. In the afternoon she followed the world to the public drive, and, .mounted up on the most furious horse which could be found, she executed feats of daring horseman ship such as are commonly seen only within the ring of a circus At twilight, with the rest of the world, noble and ignoble, she went to the public gaming-saloon; and, with fiding- dress on and whip in band, flung her money upon the table with the prodigality of one whose receipts are as easy as her expendit urea. The first evening after her arrival she lost a hundred Napoleons. ( The second and third evenings her losses went on increasing "This becomes tiresome, she remarked at last to one of her admirers, "I don't like .to be al ways doing one thing. Ill vary pleasures a little by going to Ihe ball." Making a toilette of such skill and splendor as she alone, at that place, was mistress of, she presented, herself at the door of the ball-room. -' You cannot pass!" said the functionary at the door. - Not pass!" cried Lola, "lias not my ser vant handed you my .ticket?" "Your money will be returned to you." "Make room, insolent villain!" cried Lola tending her two enormous eyes, with brows descending like clouds over two war-shields fiercely upon him. ? "I have my orders!'' said the man, still stand in3 in her way. , ; With a single blow, directly between the eyes, the man was staggered back against the wait, and enter Lola, to the crowded ball-room with as calm a march as if she had sailed to the threshold on one of Venus's clouds. There was a buzz around the room, but meantime, Lola had seated herself between two jjucnesses. in tins position she was approached by. a grave personage, who po litely requested her to leave the hall. "My friend!" said Lola, "don't make my ears too hot!" "If you do not immediately depart, said the officii!, "1 will have you taken out by a corporal and four soldiers. I am the high sheriff of Baden, and my guard-post is but two steps from the door." "You shall fight me for this," cried Lola, fu riously, (but rising to depart,) "and, Monsieur, though you little deserve it, I will give you your choice of weapons! "I choose a regiment of grenadiers," replied the Sheriff, "and I moreover order you to quit Baden in twenty-four hours. The next morning, accompanied by a young Bavarian officer, Lola started for Munich, and her intimacy with the Ring followed immedi ately, and her ennoblement soon after. So that, probably, if she had not been turned out of the ball-room at Baden, she would not have been, now, Countess of Landsfield with an estare, and'an hundred thousand francs a year, What will probably be the future history of Lola Montes, Countess of Landsfield? Lrr rcrs or the Absence or the So am a Air. Dr. Moorr, the eloquent and ami able author of The Use of the body in re lation to the mind," says "A tadpole, con fined in daikness would never become a froz, m . .... ana an iniant being deprived of heaven a free light, will grow into a shapeless idiot, instead ol a beautious and reasonable beins. Hence. in the deep gorges and ravines of the Swiss Valais, where the direct sun shine never reaches, the hideous prevalence of idiocy startles the traveller. It is a atrange, melan- cuoiy idiocy. Many citizens are incapable of any articulate speech: some are deafisome are blind, some labor under all the oriAaticns. and all are misshapen in almost every part of tne ooa. i believe there is, in all places, a marked difference in the healthiness of houses, according to their aspect with regard io me bud, anu mat those are decidedly the healthiest coeteris psribus. iu which all the rooms are during some part of the day, fully exposed to direct light. It is a well known fact that epidemics attact inhabitants on the shady side of a street, and totally except those on the other side; and even in endem ics, such as ague the morbid influence is oft en thua partial in ils action. Editorial Life is Pittsbcrq. recently the editors of the Pittsburg Telegraph and the Pitts burg Dispatch took to abusing each other in tneir respective papers and kept it up lor sev eral days with hearty good will. Ob the 4th instant, Mr. A. VV. Foster, senior editor ot tne Despatch, finding the abuse of his opponent quite too much for his patience, assailed Mr. Bryan, one of the publishers ot the lelegraph, with a cowhide and used him pretty roughly. The next morning, an exceedingly severe arti cle against Foster appeared in the Telegraph un der the signature of L. A. Clark, the junior ed- itorof the paper. Forthwith Foster resumed his cowhide and made an attact upon Clarke but, at sight of a double barreled pistol, he made backward bound, clearing, according to the ittsburz Chronicle, fourteen feet at a sinsl eapand leaving his hat on the pavement, a tro- ohyto the victorious Clark. Bryan subsequent ly offered Foster a, fair fist fight or a rough and tumble, but Foster was not disposed to nego tiate. Mareiage Of Blood Relations. The Cincinnati Commercial says that, a few days since, three blind youths from the town of Uniorr, Montgomery county, were sent to the Asylum for the Blind at Columbus. These youths are brothers, and of the family which consist of eight members, five are in this melancholy condition, the cause of this al most unheard of family calamity,' is said to be frequent intermarriage of near blood tela lives in the family." This same cause is said to have produced in the noble families in the south of Europe, a most degenerate and idi otic race. v ' . The Letueo.i in Cincinnati -The inhala tion ot leiheon, or -sulphuric' ether, fur the prevention of pain in surgical operation is one of the greaiest triumphs of modern sur gery, several experiments have been made by the members of the Election r acuity m this city, which have been successful. On the 7th inst. the ether was administered ton patient of Dr. Borlon (Mrs. Woods) and her arm taken oil while she remained in an un conscious condition. An offensive sore upon the left hand (fungus homcetodes) rendered amputation necessary. Professors Buchan an, Morrow, and Hill, Dr. Burton and Dr G. S. II ill participated in this operation. The letheon was administered by Dr. Buch anan total insensibility followed the am putation' was pei formed by Dr . G. S.- Ililf ,be iween the shoulder and elbow, during a pro found and motionless slumber of the parent Consciousness returned in about halfan h ur, but she could not believe that her arm had been cut off, until she felt fur it with her other hand and could not find it then she was much agitated with emotions of joy and grat itude. Cm. Atias. ' From the- Kniceihocier Magazine. THE GOOD OLD TIMES. BY AM "OLD SCHOOL BAKD Oh! those were happy ''good old 111003," Ere luxury had changed The lives of all the fairer ex, And reason's throne deranged, When damsels knew ile washing tub. The milking pail and broom, And earned their wedd'ng rxiia-oi' By spinning at the loom. Oh' ihoseweie haj:py "good old times," When the table, while as snow. Groaned beneath beans and pumpkin ple Oh! I wish I had some now. , Oh! those were happy "good old times," Ere Chinese corns we knew. Ere every miss of pert sixteen Esteemed herself a "blue;" When lasses laved in running strenms. Nor with a fork sipped pap, But lolled on mother earth's green sward, And not in velvet lap. Oh! those were joyous olden times. The limes of which we've read, Of good old fashioned pandowry. Of rye and Indian bread. Oh! thoco were happy olden limes. Ere opera or play, And waltzing reels with jackdaw fops, Consumed both night and day; Ere easy chairs snd feather beds (Oh! how ray back complains!) Had opened to our head-strong race! Pandora's box of pains. Yes, truly, those were glorious times, The times to do celgood. While talking husking frolics o'er By blazing tires of wood. Oh! those were good Dame Nature' times! . How memories sweet swarm o'er us, Ere wasp-like forms were girt around With "butles" so enormous! When modest arms were never bared And trinketed for show. Nor ever left their hiding place, Save to be hid in dough! Yes! these were "truly" happy tioics. Of gladsome, rustic life; Those sanded floors and wax neat homer. The buxom, loving wife; Bright fancy limns upon my mind A life of love I trow; Ah me! "delicious" times were those! Oh! I wish we had them now! QIIERIFP Sale. By yirtueof a special Fi Fa to issued irom tneomceol tbecierk ot tbe Vander- ourgn circuit iourt, in lavor ot 1 nomas McCalpin, amfagainst Patterson Frame, I will on Saturday the iilnl..irw.n,li ian .1 ik. 11. ti in the City of Evansville, between the hours of 10 o'clock A Al and 6 o'clock P M ol said day, expose to sale at public auction and outcry, without regard to vaiuauun or appraisment laws, me rents, issues and ment ofEvansville And should no person offer or bid for said rents, issues rnd profits a sum sufficient to satisfy said execution 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 lot to satisfy said exe cution, interests and costs. nov 1 1 3 w-p f Z JOHN ECHOLS, S. V. C. promts lor the term ot seven years of the the fol lowing described tracts of land, to-wiu Lot No. 26, in Rhvk Nn. 1 in'l.llliatnn'a nt T lr h a .-O. Pnl. JJvansville Wholesale Price Current. CAREFTIXY CORRECTED EACH DAY. SV K- A- COEBET. Axts Iron. See Collins' Vdoz-. $13314 ICommonBar , 31- Hunt's 11:313 tianu, ass d - -it&j Horse shoe &c 415 Simmons' COAX, 1313 15 Round and square-3i(s)5 Hollow ware ass'd 31 Pittebirrsh Green River Coffee Nails assM f kg- 4,75 Spikes .5,00 Java -12! ..-718 Molasses Rio " . Sugar House tpgal Havanna ......... Mew Orleans 33" Copper . ; (Oils Sheetina 9 & 2728 pperm 9 gal 100l,25 . 75125 .6570 ...15(018 nA vn Laard ........ Domestic Goods . Bro Shirting 9y d 7- Castor Linseed-- Tanners Pbl- Blea. . . ...... -8 12 Paints Bro. Sheeting 8i9i White lead No 1,150 1621 . " pure 130(2185 - itaus- .10 Kentucky Jeans- - 2030 Varnish 9 gal-1,753.2,50 Check 4-4 Corrox Yaku 1911 tf'aovisiows Mess fork bl-... . Prime " . 700 9 dor- 71 600 500 8i Lard 9 ft. 67 ,9ilRiCK Prime 9 Feathers Live 9 ft........ 25 Fish ' MackrelNolbM213. uSalt Kanawha 9 ba 33 Liverp'l ffsack2,252,50 OEEDS " -No2--.- 10911. . No3-"--8a (Clover 9 bu- .. 3,50 .'. 2 50 65 Timo thy Shad .'...7ri,50 Herrings Vb...75100 Cod Flouk City Mills bl -...4,25 r lax. Sricss ; linger !. 11121 Mace Pepper 10 11 14 15 40 waoasn 4,do Fruit . Raisins 9 bx- 2,50(32,75 Pimento-."- Cloves .Sl'OAK Irf-mons New Orleans 9 lb Cl71 Fies l 15 16 'Havanna Ginger Citron 1 ,50 1 ,7a Lump loom 1315 Almonds, soit 9 ft is 18. Lioat hard -.Hid 15 ITea " . Grain - :01d Hyson ft. Wheat 9 bu .... ..... 75 Young-do-- Corn .- - 25 ilinoerial 75 100 40 60 5580 Oats -1S20 iGunpowder ..55S0 Hides ft, ....6i!Black. - v - 50 GO Indiso Tobacco ManillaVftV S.F. Lead Pig f ft. Bar .-809100 l,0ftl,20 Virginia 9 S - Missouri Kentucky --1940 -1520 15 20 -8 12 .80 4tlniiana ..5 Whiskey lndinna Bank Note and Exchange Table. Indiana Illinois State Bank &, bran.--par 'State B. St bran.-- -.SOdis Kentucky J5anks----par !Shawneetown-......-75 Ohio Banks par 'Exchange ' . Tennessee Banks !New York sight-- !pm Planter's bank Mem. 3dis " " 30days--.;-par Mechan. & Trad 5060 New Orleans sight fe- ar Other Banks.. ....3dis 44 30 days--ldis Specie Table. Eagle coined before July. Ducats, Prussian 31,1823-.. lotil do-.--Others.. do--do"after - loo! Fredericks Guinea, Eng.U in pro) 500'Frederrckdors x20 220 385 780 Sovereign do 483 Pistole, Spanish 330 seven siuilinc piece.- - lot, Kydcr, Holland (double Double Louis t rench in proportion) MJU coined before 1786 9C0; Forty Ltvre piece 760 Louis. ..do--"do-- 480JohannasU in pro.)--1000 Double Louis, since -90ON. Car. Sl Geo $5 piee.47 Louis do-- 450 German Crowns 100 Ncpoleon or 20 frank. I French - -do 100 (double in propor )--382 five frank pieces 93 Doubloons SDanish-1600 Dollars. Spanish---- 104 do-" -Columbian -15C5 do- Mexican ,. 100 do -Mexican 1565 p. . 1 Head- 18 do Peruvian .-1565,1 l8lree,w I Cross 16 X Thaler pieces (5 pro) -7i0 American Silver 10O X Guilder --do- -do--3D5;Spanish Quart, smooth-20 Standard Weights and Measures. Coal Bituminous, Chald Hard, Ton Corn Meal Barrel Puncheon Fish KiRAIft -Sebu'Wheat, bushel 60ft, 2000 fti, Rye, -do -56ft iBarley,- do 48i lWfc Oats, do---- -32ft, 8W1, Com,----do 56ft. Provisions Of all kinds, barrel Salmon, tierce Flour Gt all kinds, barrel Fruit - 200 4, ' Beef& Por k , barrel --200 ft, 300fti do- do --tierce -.-304ft, Salt 196 ft, Liverpool Sack 224 ft, iKenawha, bushel 50 1, Raisins, keg--do--- box -- 1008, Seeds 25Flax, American bu.-56ft do cleaned bush. 641,1 do--f --do.ignore-52ft. 1TIORE NOV GOODS ! JUST RECEIVED BY KRG3SEN & MORGAN IN THE NEW FRAME BUILDINGS ON MAIN ST. 2ps 6-4 blue Blanket Cloth; 2 ps 6-4 all wool Cloaking; 1 5-4 ItaL Silk, black: 3 imp Batin stripe and figured blk Silks; 15 dozen heavy wollen Gloves; 1 case assorted Cotton Tread; II Conch OilCloth; 2 ps Hair Cloths lor Sofas; 10 dozen men and boys' Cloth Caps; 50 ps assorted Prints, very low; 50 prs Bed Blanket;; 2 dozen Buckskin Mitts: 23 pre Transparent and Painted Window Blinds; 54 ps fa per Window blinds 32 and 36 inches; Also, Linen Cambric, Hdkfs, Shawls; Vestinirs. Bombazines. &e.. &.. . All those wishing new and cheaD poods, at whole- snleor retail, are respectfully invited to call and ex amine, nov 11-ti: State of Indiana. Posev Couniv. Set. AT the November term of the Posfy Probate court A D 1847, said court declared the estate of Wil liam Edwards, deceased, to be probably insolvent; creditors are therefore reouired to file their claims a- gainst the estate tor allowance in said Probate Court within ten months from the date hereof or they -will not be entitled to payment, nov 13 3w WILLIAM W. WARE. Admr. State of Indiana, Spencer County, ss, In the Spencer Circuit Court, In vacation. John Martin, ben. vs, George j Martin. Catherine Martin John i Durham and ElizabethDurham Petition for a Deed nis wile, heirs 01 John Martin, Jr., late of Hamilton county, Ohio, deceased. NOW at this time comes the petitioner by John II. Smith and John Pitcher his attorneys, and hies his petition, and also an affidavit of the non-re sidunce of the said defendants. The non-resident de fendants above named, are therefore hereby notified of the filing and pendency of the said "etition and that unless they be and appear before the judges of the spencer circuit ixiurt on or belore the calling ol this cause at the next April term of said court, to be held at the Court House in Rock port in said county of cpencer, and p'ead, answer or demur to said petition the same will be heard and determined in their ab sence. Witness: Jonx Crawford, Clerk of said Court at Uockport, this 28th day ot October, A. D. 1S47. JOHN CRAWFORD, Clerk, nov -43t-pf $2,50 By S. W. Fairfield, D. Cl'k TVT OTICE is hereby given that the undersismed jjy has taken out letters of Administration on the estate ot Jacob Dietler, late of Posey county; all per sons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment, and those having claims against the same are notified to present them for settlement, the estate is probably solvent. oct30--3t WM.J.DEUBLER, AdmY: I.IQUORS : 2 half pipes Cog. Brandy; 2 bbls. Old Port; 1 do Pure Juice, especially for sickness The miblic can rclv unon their Duritv. for sale bv ' felt 13 '47. C. BELL ACAnoncAi, institution; AND ' FEMALE SEMIXAKV. MYRON W. SAFFORD respectfully gives notice to his patrons end the friends of education gen erally, that the first winter quarter of the o1k in stitutions, will commence the last Monday in Novem ber) the tormer, to le tanghl exclusively by himeelf, the latter, by Mrs. L. M. ISafford assisted by K. V. Mobtok nnd'b. L. Bowden; teachers amply qualified by their literary attainments and experience in teach ing, to- give thorough instruction in all the branches taugnl in tne best ceminanca ot the country. Our purpose is, that the schools shall be permanent,. unit maintain n ch&j-ncter wartK-v tha niniM ihv 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 Ma themat-- ics. - It will be a Uiorougk preparatory school for those wishing to pursue a regular College course, or who desire to qualify themselves for teaching or for "bus iness," " In order to secure the classification and order- which are indispensable to efficiency, it will be expec ted 01 tnose applying lor au mission into tne Acauemy, that they read fluently, spell tolerably, write legibly, understand the ground rules of Arithmetic, and have some knowledge of Geography and the use of maps. It is alsoAirW important, that students commence with the beginning of the term; as classes are then formed, anu subjects of study commenced. ... RATES OF TCTTIO. IX THS ACADEMY. . Primary English branches ' . $4 00 per Qur. Higher English branches .... 5 00 " " Languages, Algebra and Geometry 7 00"" " TUITION IX 'THE SEM1SAKT. . Primary studies- . $3 00 per Qur. 4 00 " - 2 00 " " . 8 00 " " . 1 00 . nov 11-tf. Higher English branches I.atm and f rench, extra Music on Piano Forte Use of. instrument for practice h,VA.vsnujt, iNov. 10th. EVANSVILLE FEMALE INSTITUTE. " rTUlE subscriber respectfully announces to the citi- X xens of Evansville that lie will on Monday the 2vin instant, open in this city an independent school, for the instruction of young ladies in all the branches of an accomplished ieraale education. In making this announcement and respccttully soliciting tl o patronageof the public, he deems it proper that ha should say, it his determination to establish here a permanet 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 place it under the guardianship or direction of no sect or party, but will rely solely on its merits for success. He will be assisted by las lady in all the ornamental branches, and other competent assistants will be en gaged, wher. the wafits of the school shall render it" necessary. .TERMS. ' English branches per session of 5 months--$10 to $15 Higher bram-hea of Mathematics (exlra) 5 Latin or French, (extra) - 10 Music withuseofPisno(extra) 20 Drawing and Painting, (extra) 10 Ornamental and Fancy Needlo Work, (extra) 5 Payable one-halt in advance, and tlie balance at the commencement of second quarter. It is hispnrpo to procure a central and conven ient location, which will be announced in a. few days. The most satisfactory testamonials can be furnish ed, but the following l.om gentlemen well known in this city will.be sutticient to merit the consideration of the public. ' ' Princeton, Novrnil '.r Sd, 1847. Mr. Sl Mrs. Jdret having taught a session in the. Princeton Female Academy, the Trusteesof llie In stitution, embrace this occasion to say, that they con ducted the school to their entire satisfaction, mani festing by the al ftost unprecedented advancement of tneir pupil, their pre-eminent qualifications as teach ers. SAMUEL II ALL, Prest of the Board. ' We, the'underpigned, most heartily concur in the above cer ilicaie. . JOHN LAGOW. .. " JOSEPH DEVIN, . JAS. BOS WELL: AS soon as suitable baildings can be procured nr ranjements will be made to receive young ladies from a distance into tlic fnimilv of the Principal as board-' crs. J. IL JUREY, Principal. Asa Teacher of Music Mrs. J. has had great ex perience, and wherever she has ' taught has given perfect satisfaction. Slie will, if desired, give insti ac tions in that department to young ladies, who may not wiih to attend the regular course of instruction in the Institme. nov 11-tf. J. II. J. CORDAGE, TWINE, GROCERIES, Ac. CEOItGE VlElXNElTlAIV Co. WATER ST. EVANSVILLE, I A. HAVE removed to their new Brick Store on Wa ter Street, nearly opposite the steamboat land ing, and are now receiving and opening a large as sortment of MANILLA AND HEMP CORDAGE, TWINE, Groceries, Hardware, lluecnsvart, f-c. 'They will be in constant receipt ol and have on hand all sizes of Manilla and HempCordate for boats, mills &lc, Twines of all kinds, Packing Yarn, Oak um &c. A large and complete assortment of the above article at low prices. Grocrric. Loaf and Brown Sugar, Molasses, Coffee, Gunpowder and Young Hyson '1 eas; Pepper, Spioes, Salt, Powder and Shot, Tubs, Brooms, Brush es, &e. Liquor. Foreign and domestic Brandies, and Wines, Rum, Gin, Whiskey, Sue.. Hardware and Queensware A good assortment. Cotton Yarns, Sue. The public are requested to call and examine our stock and prices. N. B. Country produce of all kinds taken in ex change, for which the highest market price will bo given. nov 4 GEO. VENEAiAN & CO. CINCINNATI CLOTHING STORE. Next door to C Dell, Mrnfrsint, 4 MAIN ST., EVANSVILLE L4.5r JLL AIILERING & BRUMMER Jpi. HAVE just received from their M anu factory ia Cincinnati, the latest New York styles of FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING, All of which ere made and trimmed in the best man ner under their direction expressly for this market, and consists of every article requisite to complete gentlemen's wardrolx. Coat Superior Black and blue French and En glish Cloth Dress and Frock Coats full trimmed. Brown, Green, Gray and Steel mixed Sack, Box and Palo Alto Coots. Every variety of Box Coats, Coat ees and Roundabouts. Pant -Superior black Cloth Pants; fancy French do.; Cassinctdo. Pants of every variety and price. Vett Black Satin Vests; plain and fancy Silk and Velvetdo.; Marseilles do.; common Vests of all kinds. FURNISHING GOODS. All the late styles of plain, and fancy silk and satin Cra-j' vats. Scarfs and stocks; Pocket I Handkerchiefs: Linen and Linen bosom shirts: Mus lin and Fannel do.; Flannel and Net undershirts' and Draws; Shirt Collars; Buckskin, beaver, kid, thread and cotton Gloves; embroidered and plain gum suspenders; silk, gingham and cotton Umbrellas; Purses; Hats; Caps; Boots, &. All the above articles and everything else in the furnishing line will be sold at Cincinnati prices for CASH. We shall continue to receive fresh supplies weekly during the season from our Manufactory in Cincin nati. lnov4-ttl AtlLtKirsGci BKUMMER. TRUNKS.Leathcr Trunks o good quality and low prices; also Car et Bags of every variety for sale at tlio Cincinnati Clothing Store. AHLER1NG &. BRUMMER. nov 4-tf IRON and Nails. A large assortment of Bar Iron, 75 lonsor more just received. Alo too kegs nails assorted, from 3d to 6 inch spikes, f or sale very low by may 4 if. A. LAUGIILLN, Water st. WHITE Lead 70 kegs lrcc itr sunm Mail and for sale by loblct ' C.BELL.