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4 I- I. VOL. I. EVANSVILLE, LA., JANUARY 18, 1848. NO. 113 a. .on WBiMMj I i3 VI u HI i i JLio j 111 1 1 . . t i t N ! 1 TERMS OF ADVERTISING: One Dollar per square of ten lines lor first three inser- tions, twenty-iive cent eper square for each continuance. One-lourUi of a column three months, - - - $3,00 " " " six inontlis, (renewable) 12,00 44 " 44 one year, 44 20,00 une-nau column three months 44 12,00 " ' " six months, 44 18,00 one year, 0,00 Loneer advertisements in proportion. ftAll advertisements must be paid for in advance unless otherwise agreed upon by the parties FALL & WINTER DRV GOODS, jiats, caps, nonnen, Hoots, .shoes, &cM nt Wholesale or Retail by SI. W. FOSTER. (Corner of Main and First direct, Evansville.) THANKFUL for oast favors, would res- ,) ictfuilv inform hid friends and the oublic enerull L that he is now opening oneof the beat selected nocks of lry Goods ever offered in the city f Evan ville; comprising nearly every thing required cither try necessity, taste, or fashion. The un dersigned has had twenty years experience as i merchant in Indiana selected thestock with theercat est caro in tho Eastern cities and of manufacturers, with a special view to the country trade, and as they ell exclusively for cash they Hatter themselves that to cash buyers, eitlier at wholesale or retail, they can offer inducements equal to any house in the West. All we a.n is to call and examine ourGoodsand pn ccs and judge for yourselves. ep 28-tf. M. W. FOSTER. THOMAS M'ALPIS JOSEPH Tl'R.IOtK. New Grocery and Provision Store. McCALPIN Jtc TURNOCK, Corner of Main and Second St., Evansville, frr- BEG leave to inform the citizens ot Evans rJJ)ville, and the country people generally that j - "'iilx-tf have oiened a Grocery and Provision 'Store, in Keilly'sold stand, on the corner of Main and Second streets, where they will be thankful for a share of the public patronage, The highest cash prices paid for all kinds oi country l'rodure. House ruiuting mid Glazing. ' . Joseph Turnoek, thankful for past favors, wilt con tinue to pay strict attention to all work entrusted to Lis euro. , Regla.ing done at the shortest notice. &Keady Mixed Faints, Glass, und putty always on hand. sep 18-tf. RICHARD RALEIGH, Cor. Main and First St., Evansville. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Cut lery, Clocks, Cottee, Sugar, Molasses, Ac, Ac, Ate, HAS just received his large as-. sorted stock of Fall and Winter naanrtivt of Ij ri",ni,JjI,lj!e.ri)ian. .En- Goods, consisting ol Huts and Caps of the best uiiulity and most fashionable description. Ladies and Gents. Boots and Shoes, Clocks. Looking Glosses, super tine French. English, and American Cloths, Cassi ineres, Satinctts, Jeans, Tailor Trimings, Sec. , aisu: ,. nllindill naanrl .....I A .noili-ll II Jhlaines, fine and superfine Cloth and best Lyon s Thilet Shawlxl.oin J to $20 each. Which he oilers lor sule as low as con by bought in any house iti the western country. Merchants would do well to coll and exanrine the stock belore purcha pin? dsowticro &-AU kinds of ?ROtVC &C., take in exchange. sep IS Cmo. ' N E w JSJjSHil ENT 2IAT AND CAT ST02LE. RAILEV, Hatter, (a practical Jlrchantc . from iWm York,) begs leave to oirer his pro fessional services to the citizens of Evamville and mttiililukilmrul lie has otiened the Store, corner of Main anil 1' irst streets, witha large stock of Hats and Caps ol every mnilitv unci snle: ifot tioor selected by himselt with i;reat care, exclusively lor the full trade of this section, and which he is resolved to sell at such prices as to maHe it the interest of nil, in want of bucIi articles for h. l..i1 itlnnl u.-itli him. Gentlemen desirous to treat themselves or friends to a beautiful Moleskin of the celebrated Debee Si. Costars present fall fashion, just got out by express from New York, would do well to call arly before tho lot is disposed of. A lot of splendid lieavcr lints, on extra fine arti cle, on bund, and also every variety ol Caps. Gentlemen can nave any description oi to order at thi- establishment. Evansville, Sep. ltf-tf TO COITXTKY MERCHANTS. JOHNSON & CRANE, ARE now opening at their new brick store fn Mam Street, opposite the Bank, a large .and full assortment of Fancy and Staple Dry floods, Boots and snoes, jiais, nonnets, Conibs, Ac Ac. Which they are prepared to sell to the trade on the most favorable terms. oc IMf. Auction and Commission House. Main St. cor. of First, Evansville. TIIE undersigned has laid in a large and splendid X stock of DRV GOODS, lSOOTS.SIIOES,CAr,S, HATS, HARD-WAR E, CUTLERY, itc.. which he will sell at Auction every evening, and at retail at all times. Consignments will meet with uromnt ntmniinn 1 will warrant every article of my own perfect, but should I receive a censitrnment which is not nerfert tbo public will be notified of the lact at the sale. Terms ash. lnovb-4ml II. GUMBRTS. JOHS I.NOLE, in HORATIO Q. WHEELER j.h.iJj Ac it ii t:i:i.i:ir. ATTORN EYS AT LAW, Slolessobsto Battell & Isut.E. General Collection, ami Agency, i ;ice on r irst street, below Main. N. Ii. II. Q. Wuesler, Notary Public. oc9 tf O.VRAD BAKER. THOS. E. GARV1.V. BAKER &.OARVIN, Atlorne,, at Lam, Evans ville, la. Office in the Court House. sep3 '46. T AW Notice J. J. JJ Lavs. Office on First St., below Main. CHANDLER, Attorntyat ap20. MEDICAL. GEO. B. WALKER, Hurgion, corner of Vine and First sts. ljyle'4 j JAMES G. JONES, Attorney at Law, Office on First street, below Main. bd23 tf. SR. IIAMILL, Attorney at Laic, Office in the Court House, first floor. ap23 tf. EA. CORBET, Notary Public. Office on Main St., opposite the Bunk Sep 11 '43. MEDICAL. JOHN R. WII-COX, rhytician Surgeon, First st., alsive Main, Evansville. ap20. OANtEt, MOJIOAN-. JAMES MOROAX. TEDICAL. D. & J. MORGAN, ri,yciaa A and Sureeont Office on First St.. between M in and Sycamore. ap'20 tf. M. 1. BRAY. I. CAS3ELBERRY BRAY fc CASSELBERRY, Phyiciau atutSur geont, First st., bove Main. ap23 ti i. WFEVER MARK TRAVTON WE E V E R &. TR A FTON,i,Ayicu n$ Surgeon Office on First st. near tlfe Sherwood House. N. B. Dr. Weever's residence is on Second st., first door below Rev. Mr. Dodge's church, nov 13-0m. Four Days Later From Europe. Prospects Favorable to All CASH CUSTOMERS. ALLIS & HOWES, THE HOUSE that sells goods for small profits and readv pay. have just been receiving several important additions to their large stock of Groceriej. They pledge themselves to sell 89 good articles and at as low rates as can be obtained in the West, nnil invite all dealers, who wish to do a taving businent. i cume mm convince inemseives mat these asser tions are totnethinir more than enintv boasts. Their stock embraces every thing belonging to the grocery trade, in proof of which see the columns of our city papers. fcVfcKY rAGE YOU WILL FIND 1UE1K ADVERTISEMENTS, nov 20-tf ONE two horse Bujrgy; One two horse asrgon; One Peddling Waggon, for sale cheap by jan 13-tf. J. II. MAGIIEE & CO. A FEW cases of Kip Boots and Womens' Lace Bootees, Just received and lor sale by MAGHEE &. CO. The Szprcss Store in the Papers once more! jan 13-tf. J. Ii. A SPLENDID lot of Paper Hangings and Win dow Paper, just received and for snle low by jan 13-tf: J. H. MAGHEE &. CO. r LATE FRO.II BOSTON. 1 A l Bags very prime Rio Coflec, XtcVF 30 casks choice Liquors, lO Bbls Refined Lamp Oil, . 8 Bags soft shell Almonds, 3 do Filberts, 2 casks Currents, ISO boxes Soap, For sale by nov 20 ALLIS Sc. HOWES rTOBACCO. The undersigned have on hand one J. ol the largest sod lest a-ssortments o; manufac tured 1 oLmcco in ibe V est, lrginia, Ken'ucky, Mis souri, and Indiana Brands. Among late arrivals are the following: 20 boxes Seldon and Anthony's 5 lump; 20 King's 8 lump; 10 " Eiuler's 12 lump; 10 " I. Hare's 12 do; 10 " W. H. Hare's pound lump; 10 44 Seldon and Anthony's pound lump. All superior Virginia Brands, selected by a con noisseur und bought lor cash, on which terms they will be sold at a very small advance by nov 20 ALLIS &. HOWES DR. JOHN T. WALKER. 1DHYS1C1AN AND BURGEON. Office on Main Street, between Second and Third, and nearly opposite the Clerk's office, where he may at all times oe lounu unless absent on prolesaionul business. uec -to, 4 -t t rpo SMOKERS. The best assortment ol FINE SPANISH SEGARS, Ever below the falls of the Ohio river is now off rl lor sale by the subscribers. We name t la Orleans; Regalia Ne Plus Ultra; Colorado Cluro; I'araTodos; Crusados; Panetelos. Pesides many other Brands. Evcrv taste ran be suited. nov 201 ALLIS &. HOWES. STATIONARY 15 boxes Maynard &. Noyes' superior Black Ink, tho best articles now in uie in tne united Mates, 21)0 reams Paper, Cap and Post, Just received and for sale by nov. 20 : ALLIS &. HOWES. NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!! JUST received by JOHN SHANKLLX, comer of Locust and Waterstreet, Evansville; lOO Pack ages, consisting in part ol the following articks. viz: juutxs pun is oi me newest style, 15 bales Brown sheetings, 20 pieces Red Flannels, 20 44 White do 20 44 Canton do, 50 44 Bed Tick, 25 cases Boots and Shoes, 100 pieces Bleachpd Shirtings, 20 pairs Lsrge Blankets, lilueand Green Mackinaw do, 15 boxes Hats and Caps, assorted, GO dozen Hosiery. Sattine's, Cnwdmers and Jeans, Buena Vista CasMtnere; Paramatta and Coburgh Cloths, California Plaids, Cashmeres, M. de Lains, Alpaccas of every variety, Wool Cloakings, 5 pieces Gro De Khine Silks. Also, Linen Cambric Hdk'fe. fancv and Rlnrk Silk do. A large assortment of. Shawls from 50 els. to $8.00. jttr All kinds of Produce taken in exchange. iec21-'47tf ., JOHN E. TAYLOR. R. GIIX HARVEY. rpAYLOR & HARvEY, Com fsion and For- J. warding Merchants, VVaterst.. Evansville. Indi DIRECT FROM NEW ORLEANS. BY' steamer Ixmisvillc just arrived, 40 Bbls Molasses, 23 Boxes M R Raisins, 4 Casks Rice, Warrented new crop, and for snle by nov 20 ALLIS &. HOWES. C. HARR1NC.TOS. J. B. HANNAH. E. B. TA1RC1UI.D HA R R1NGTON, II ANN All & CO., Jtorwaraing and Commission Merchants, Water St., opposite the wharf boats. Still continue to receive and for- word on liberal terms. P ' 1Z3 1()0 keus nssorted Nails, Jstreceiv d and for sale 1 & Win M,U1 ui " " , lciojir, Main, 2d door from Second st. a27 W M HOLDEN, Tailor, Main street, over James ap Z4iy. Scanllin St. Son's Stove store. GLASSWARE: 200 dozen asoi :cd I umblers; 50 44 44 fine.ciu andcom. Decanters 20 44 44 Syr. Cans i. Molasses Jugs; 'JO 44 Jars assorted sizes; IS " Cruets. Together with Salts, Dishes, Lanterns, Goblets, etc. etc., jus received and lor sale ivery low bv nov 20 ALLls Si I10Wfc.fe. TTTM M MORRISON. Taulor. Main St.. one door V V fro'n thecorner of Secoiid. Solicits a share of the patronage of the town and country. ap ly. Mi-m'GII. Fashionah: Tailor, Water st Vy. posite the sleam boat landing. dec31 ly op TV O'N'F.IL. Fashionable Tailor. First st , above J Main near tlie Sherwood House. np20 ly. Hat made NEW ESTABLISHMENT. WATER ST., BETWEEN MAIX AND LOLUST, WEXT DOOB TO "TEI'IRANCK HAt.t.,"EVANSVHXE, l.ND. Hoots nud Shoes nt Wholesale and Retail. TIIEsubrrilier has iustonencd in the fiKiva estnlilishment on ater stret "hetweeii Main pnd IM-ttst, in the brick store formerly icuiied by E. P. Spurrier St. Co., as a Dnia Store, a large and splendul atsortinentot i. . . Li...... Hal,. Cim. Uonnctk Ac ' Coiifistiiig of Mens' Kip Boots, Calfdo, line French Calf Water Proof do, and a general assortment ol .... H rut H.Yltfl. 1 Also, a good assortment of fine Calf Monroes, and a general assortment of Brogans. l!oys and youths' Kip and Calf Boots, Broiiaris and Monroes. Also, a large and splendid assortment of Ladies' Shoes; consuuns ol fine Buskin Walking Shoes, line k',.l siinnorx. Snnna Heel do. Calf and Morocco lac ed Boots and Polkas, various dicripuons of Lasting :.;... ntwt Hull liaiiers: tosrelher with a eeneral as- eortment of M'sses Slips, Gaiters, and Polka Boots, a ......I ,. JU.,rt.i,int of lionii.ss of the latest stvle. 'I'I.p mIi-mUt would recommend his stock of Boots and Shoes to the public as being for superior to anv Knstrrn work. lrou-il.t to tins niai Kei ; ne wjuiu respectfully invite tlniee wishing to purchase any ol the above articles to call and examine liis stock and nriees before Durchasin-f elsewhere. He Hatters him self that he can sell as low or lower than they can be bought in the West. loct.2b tt. W. K. HAhfJrC that he continues to manufacture Bread, Rusk, Cake and Crackers oi all kinds, tresn every aay, oi mo lwst materials and in the best manner. He will also ecn constantly on hand tor sale by the barrel or re ... . . i r t II.: .) . ....:,! . . tsil. the best artic e oi riour. ne is uvutiuhicu u llease the tastes ol his patrons and dopes to receive a iberal share ol patronage. His stand is on .uain si. next door to Jesse T. Lamb's store. ap2litf. XSICHOAS flA. A. It. JONES i CO.. Produce Dealers & Commissio.i M'hts No. tJ rroni street, oi. aiuum, ' ' Itffcrtncca: f.. Slv. i-is,.... ............ I Evt4npvin0 Harrington, Hannah Sl Co., ) , Kr&S i I S WhSre, oct -6-yJ Mathews Si. Patch. BENTON &. APPLEGATE, PRODUCE. COMMISSION & FORWARDING MRlhT No. 5 Notre Dame Street, New Orleans. Meerences-J McGregor & Co. ) Ne 0rIefln(, Iondale &. Co. I . ' Smiih St Shotwell, lyiuisvillc, Ky. Tavlor &. Iliirver. Evansville, la. i lIumer.BiishnellJt Warren.N. Albany. OC 12-3mJ Glenn Eachus, Cincinnati, Ohio. TRUNKS. I-cather Trunks of cood aualitv and low prices; also Car pet Bags of every variety for sale at the M. RENSCHLER. Blacksmith. Sh on Locust street, opposite the Sherwi House. Everv thins in mv ine done' nil ueatness and dispatch, give me a call ap 2 SO CITY BAKERY. WfrA THE subscriber begs leave to --. ' " linfnrm thn rili7nH nl Evensville SHERWOOD HOUSE. FIRST STREET. KVANSVIIAE, INDIANA. THE undersigned having become proprietors i nt t lip smve wen Known estaousnnieni, vvn ljL leave to offer their services to the public and to solicit a share ot patronage, l ney nope 10 ne aoie 10 enntinnn the fnvornb e consideration the House has heretofore enioved under the management ot iir siurwiMirl. No exertions will be spared to cive uni ..raiil natisfiiftion to all. 1 he 1 able ana Hie liar w ill be abundantly furnished and the rooms kept clean and neat. Charges as heretofore moderate. N A 111 AM.KOW Li Li I , nov 4-tf PETER BURK. TAYLOR HALL. It 1 1 mt JNO. M. APP respectfully informs thet uiai Lie uuo it urxi it-i wm..j nulilic ireneralllv term ol years, tne wen Known mveru buihu m t.v ansville formerly kept by E. Ehrsam, and lately by Benj Nurre. 1 he house has been inorougniy re paired, and handsomely fitted up with entire new fur . I . I C .1 . ....IK.... ....l.Iin urlin ma wr niture, ana inowroi urn uriuB puiniv - .7 ... .nr l.ii.i vtith call, may rest assured that their com fort and convenience w ill meet witn every attention Ilia Tnhli will nlwavs be supplied with the besi that the market affords, and his Bnr furnished with thechoicestloquors.curelully selected by an expen enced hand. . Attached to the Hall, and immediately on tn Pnlilif Snnnm. nre liis stables, acknowledged by al to be the most spacious ana convenient m me wwcr. aug 26, 1847 1 f. JNO. M. APP. MO ICE NEW GOODS! . JUST RECEIVED BYr KRtESEN & MORGAN 2 IX THE KEW FRAME BUIIJ)LGS ON JIAI.1 ST. ps 6-4 blue Blanket Cloth; 2 ps 6-4 all wool Cloaking; i j-i iiai. ciiK, uiacK: 3 imp satin Btrie and figured blk Silks; 15 dozen heavy wollen Giuves; 1 case assorud Cotton Tread; 11 Coach Oil Cloth; 2 ps Hair Cloths (or Sofas; " 10 dozen men and boys' Cloth Caps; 50 ps nssorted Prints, very low; 50 pre Bed Blankets; 2 dozen Buckskin Mitts; 23 prs Transparent and Painted Window Blinds; 54 ps Paper Window Blinds 32 and 36 inches; Also, Linen Cambric, Hdkfs, Shawls; Vestings, Bombazines, &.c, &.. . All those wishimrnew and rhenn rnnili nt 4inlo. sale or retail, are respectfully invited to call and ex. amine. nov ll-ti 100 44 fattinetts ail colors. 150 14 Red, White and Yellow Fanneli 73 Cases assorted Prints. 3 44 Bleacaed Muslins. 500 44 Woollen Shawls. 150 Pair Blankets, just received and forsale very cheap, by J. 11. MAGHEE, & CO., oct. 1V-U iiain Bireci FRESH Teas. Just received and now U read i for inspection 2tH) packages ol 1 ea. feikiliAn assortment selected with great care espe cially tor the Evansville Market, forsale by nov ito. aijuo x. i'' For sale by FISH Market 100 poekaaes Mackerel, 150 boxes small Herring, 10 tierces Codfish, nov 20 ALLIS Sc. HOWES. OYSTERS By a late arrangement, C m ) we shall receive during the w inter sea "Vi' J son weekly stipples of "Fresh Oysters by "" express, direct from Baltimore, packed in ice and warranted fresh. ,rra nov 20 alibis iivj 100 Barrels Kenhawa Salt for sale bv dec21-tlj JOHN SHAN KLIN. GUNNY Bags 20,000 new Lunny iags recci ved per steamer Albatros and lor sale by nov go AijLiio oc iiu i. -m Tiviil.i nnln-'P-JAIl sizes lioat uames. JM Just arrived from Boston via New Orleans and lor sale by I nov 20 Abua oc iiv s AKU3I 25 Bales hrst rate iiussia uaKiira jusi received and lor sale by. nov 20 ALLIS !c HOWES. ALEXANDER EAITCSIIEIN, Wholesale ana ueian .TZJ.rVwTri. Iron. Aou. i t and Sheet Iron Store. wirtt STREET. EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. ITTF.Wn Irave to call the attention of merchants, V Traders, and Farmers generally, throughout . i v .. i i. mi m i nnis. B 1 1 ii ii ir: cuuiinriu uur k'niii-bv. to our larae and very general Stock of Groceries, Iron, Nails, Tin Plate, Copper. Wire. Axes, Cotton am and uoniestic .ianuiuc tured Articles. Which we offer lor sale at very re .i l .u f.ir fn(ihnr Produce. The head of the house residing in Pittsburgh will ennhl us to be reirularW btnvplied with all articles in our line. Dealers and country merchants need not travel beyond Evanville for a supply ot all articles they may need, and they would consult their interest by giving us a call, a w e are ueiermtnea 10 mrm share of public patronage. The business will conducted by- LAVGUhls, Jr. fKi-rontbrrs. Hides. Tallow. Beeswax, and PRIVATE BOARDING HOUSE.. THK underttii'iied has opened a Private ;H Boarding House in the Brick Building on Wa "IX ter Street, above Main, known as the Wheel er House. My object is to keep n house lor the ac commodation of Gentlemen principally. .There are, however, three or lour very pleasant rooms in the House which can be fitted up tor the accommodation of small families. The table shall not be surpassed bv any in the city. - yNoV.4th A.FARNSWORTH. kinds of Produce purchased at price. the Inchest market may 4, '47-tf. TO COUNTRY MrnfHIKTs. r I Mlh subseiilxjT is now opening 100 Packages of iucrcuaiiufse, consisting Ol URY U0ODS, JiOOTS & Shoes, Hats, Caps and Box nets. Hardware, Glass Ware and Crockery; which he will sell as low as any iiouse in the City, tor Cssh, or Produce, such as lork. Wheat, Corn. Oats, Flaxseed, White, Beans, "tiBwaa, i valuers or A allow. fee 21-tt . JOHN SIIANKLIN. mil Look to yoiir Interest Everybodj-!! E&. W. LEWIS thankful for the liberal patron- age extended them this Fall, would say to their friends and the public that it is our desire and deter mination, at this advanced season of the year, to re duce our remaining stock of goods as low as possi ble preparatory to thcpring Trade, and as that de sire is largely developed by us at this time we will, from this late sell our stock consisting ol almoHt pve. ry article in the dry goods line at cost and carriage, or thereabouts, those Wishing to avail themselves of a rare chance to net ercat Bargains will do well tn come and see us. We solicit country merchants ani all who wish to buy at wholesale or retail to call as the reduction we have made will lie an object to you. Don't fonrct to call at the Express Store, corner of Main aud Water streets. E. Sc. W. LEWIS. ItJ"But remember we do business on thft r.nv nni half up and the other down Systetu.C(J jnn 4 tf. Evansville City Foundery, THE UNDERSIGNED have just erected in the City of Evansville a FOUNDERY, which is situated below Division street, and near the Ex change Hotel, where they are prepared to execute all kinds ol castings in Iron, such as cooking and par lor Stoves, Ploughs, Corn Shelters, Wagon Boxes, Hollow-ware, and in lact all other work in their lino at Cincinnati prices. They will warrant all work done by them, and their Stoves for twelve months. They invite calls from those in want of work in their line before going ekewhere. All orders will bo punctually attended to and faithfully executed. Cath paid for old castings. Jan l-6tn KRATZ &. IIEILMANN, LIST OF LETTERS REMAINING uncalled for in tho Post Office at Evansville, Indiana, on tho 1st day of January, l-4d. Alexander, Wm Pettit, Alex Dr 1 amier, Rosilla Pinyars, Sameul Paul, John ruiney, Mary Mrs UST Open in r Superior Silk Warp Black Alpnccas; 50 p low anil medium price cott Warp Alpncea; Mode and high colored Lustres and Cassiineres; Oreeon and Ciililornia Plaids; . Plaid and striped Delislcs and Mohair Cloth; Gala Pia'ulsand all wool Cloakmas, Cheap nt wholesale or retail. sep 23-tl. ra. v . tosi .11. . SHAWLS A great variety of Shawls, amongst which are an extensive assortment of superior aud common lilacK Cloth, l artan, .node, i urem, &c. For sale low by s28 M.W.FOSTER. CLOTHS, Cassiineres, and Vestings Hourllv's celebrated French black Cloth: , . ii ii i i 11: -!.! l.;ig. oc, Ainer. oiue, oiacn, orown anaoiiveioui; 1 lain and p'aid Cassiineres; Sattinv Velvet, Woolen, and Silk Vestings. Also a eood assortment of Tailors trimmings.- For sale low either at wholesale retail. tep28-tf. M. W . r OS 1 .K. BRUSHES! Brushes!! Just opened a lull as sortment of Counter, White Wash, Shoe, Horse Shaving, Hair, Cloth, Varnish, Paint and scrub Brush- Forsale ow by l23 at. M.ruoiDii. IN store and for sale low 24.W sks prime Rio Coffee; 300 pks I . .1 Salt: SIH) Knnfihwndo. Also a eeneral assortment of Groceries, in store and r T m 1AT I'l J'l'L'l) orsaleoy isepaaj iu. .. r w i t.i- JUST Received A lot of fancy dress bilks; lur kuni Satins and plain black Gro de Rhine. Also a fine assortment of Grimps, Fringes, Buttons nit nihiT lnsa trimniimrs. Also Zeuher Worstei marking Canvass and Pertorated Paper: bteel lks Clnsos and Tassels, plain and vcrianted Purse Silks SCp2-tt -1. I wo i iiv TIIR Atlantis has been docked Sc. ibmiKThlv rennired and furnit-lied and lis now in fine order, and has resumed her trips to Shawncetown and Henderson leaves Evansville every Wednesday at 2 o'ciock, P M, and Evansville every Sunday at 4 o'clock A M ocl6. MIMTIRES AND PORTRAITS. MR J. W. YOUNG. From the very popular JMiguerrtctipe CaUiry Mb 11AWK1KS, oj "T7"OULD respectfully be all tiucinuuti inform the Ladies and Gentlemen of this place and vicinity, that he i . ,.n.,..n,l l!vma tit ih Slirrrvod House tor a short time, for the purpose of taking Miniature I or traits. The public generally and ladies in particular are invited tocall and examine specimens. uecl l-2iu. Adams, David M Been, Martha Brown, Wm Bailey, Alexander Butler, Thomas lute of the Whnrf Boat Bridges, Jas Ikrssert, Peter Blanchard Samuel Bryant, Jolut Balicr, Louisa Mrs Bradford JOMSN Bingham, W II Cuptoin S B Pink Bingham, Samuel A Brim;liam, Wm II St Bt ChTmnxTTunVSTOTr Clark, A C Cavine, Ira Coieman, John D Cralle, V R Oris well, Mo es Chcpin; Oscar D Cave, Ueorge lion I Whart lioat ) Duncan. Henry Davis, Andrew J DeV os, '1' Easton, II Edwards, A Friends, II Fish, John J Folts, Joseph Fuller. P S Garwood, Nathan Gross, Christian Grant, J W Grant, Lcnon Hon Green, Wm (iilliert, A Hunter, Jane Hopple & IJean Hugncs, Robl Howe, E B Capt Hane, Daniel Mollis, Jesie Hamil, Sam'l R Jones, Wm Jonson, Dr Johnson, Malinda Miss Kearney, Ihos Dr Knight Jane Ingbotham M Y Lynxwiler, Wm lcClurg, Jas F Mathews, George L i Mathews, George Mathews, Harrison McMackin, Samnel . Monk, Samuel McNiitnnra, John Mast in, J C McPheters, John Miller, Elizabeth 2 Martin, lleriry Mcllugh, Cornelius McLaughlin, G 11 Rev Martin, John Morris, Isaac Meeker, Ikmnrd Mauley, Joel Nowles, Eli Nobles, C II Niles, Sarah Jane Nicklin, Anna Maria Owing, John (Wsirn, tieorge L 2 ( thorn, Thos R Porter. Braxton Pattiuge, ioa or Westley Puland,John M" Poland, J M Poland, John Perkins, AS i Peters, Zachary ) 1'otect, Win Phillips, David F Poster, A O Perkins, Asa "S Robinson, A L Hon, Ryan, Isaac Robbe, La goner i Robbins, Edward F I Rose, B Kwh, Mary Roliertson, George W or RLACKS3IITIIS Tools A large assortment of Blacksmiths Tools, namely, Anvils, Vices, Bellows, Rasps, Files, etc.. etc.. constantly on hand and WINDOW Glas. An assortment of Window Glass, assorted sizes. For i fale'yr niay4 tf. A. LAUGHLLN, Wate tt IRON and Nails. A large assortment of Bar Iron, 75 tons or more just received. Also 400 keg3 nails assorted, from 3d to 6 inch spikes. For sale very low by may 4 tf. . A. LAlGHLIN, W ater st. i - ps.4-4 Ingrain Carpeting very cheap; JL I case No. 10 Cotton Curds; 1 do Cotton Cmhrel las vrnaicDone ironies, , 1 bale 10-4; 11-4 and 12-4 Witney Blankets. -Just received and for MORGAN, No 25 Main street.who have Indiana State Scrip or sale. "ov 1J TAILORING. The undersigned wouldin i . I." . : 1 1 I. tlim- ut 1 1 1 enn onn tne citizens oi i.uii?ure ..... ... v21 f f tinue to carry on the above business in all its Ll-jranches, and respectfully solicits a share ol public patronage. .... , r ;u Shop on the East sideof Main st , one d.wr rrom the corner of First. apA) BRAD 1 & MATHEWS. TUMBEU.-A large and full assortment of Pine . r i I JLJ Lumber, ror sale oy TT,rIT T ... may4 U". A. LAUGHLLN, Water si. & nMiMOTH tTOR'S Notice. Notice is A i i,.r, thnt tliA undersisaed has taken out letters ol administration upon the estate of Wilks Reaen, deceased. All persons indebted to said es tate will make immediate payment, and those having claims against the estate will present mem uuiy u thenticattd for settlement. The estate will lie settled as insolvent dec 31-wJw p f 1 BEL LA11 REAGEN. Smith. John 2. Spllwell, AM Sloner, John Snarling.Jacobs F Stiepard, M S Spickerd, Sam'l Sc. Susan Stanslierry, Jackson, Stuart, John Sen StuichlieliL, David Summers, T L. Sheller, John Stevens, Joseph Seay, Radical B Smith, Sarah Troiiidule, Joha Trich, John 2 Te Vogt, A Vos, I rraleriek or Jacob Vaughn, H P Wickcrhatn, James Wells, Charles M i Weeil, Sam'l Weins, Margaretta Wilson, Saral Wilson, Sarah A Wetsell, Jacob Wright, William Weir, A&-E Wilber, Mary A VVriht, Charles Miscellaneous. , Geandjeaiis, jeans Mons'r Lussink, D Walkens. S Frank, J G Gerhart, C Shenk, S Poorm a n , Chri sti n n I'rcnshuldiw, John . , Schmczcr, Christian Koppole, Jan R Buck, J J ' Schlen, M Brouillcit, Oiiva , . Anshinger, I" Schniezer, Christian Schan, John Dickoni-ir, Arnold Briiik,'Heniy ( Stovlen, Christian Ilcnskeo, J 11 Lang, Nkliolas Hotboom, M or G Fath. Schneider, Henry Happ, Jacob Lauiensnlaegen, M Egnu, John Stunkcl, F Ixihere, MA MeUi,W Kramer, G J l.ind. Joseph. Sohiemel, G H 4 Hartman, Lorentz . V Heinni, John Zooahlcn, Chr Kramer. G J Persons calling for any of the loregoing Letters, Will say "they are Advertised i. r . m yj , -T Evansville, la., Jan. 4,1848. REAL INSTATE FOR SALE. I WISH to sell 0 acres ol land situate in sections 30 and 31, Town 4, South Range 10 West, lying about twelve mile north of Evansvillo, the most di rect road Ironi fcvansville to i rinccu.ii rui ,.u.,Ku tliis tract, the land is well timliered and alsiutl n ge and Hat. Tliere are two impn)vements on tins tract one of 20 acres with a gool hewed ir house, well, &.c. The other is about 30 acres with a good double hewed log house, a good spring and well, and a small orctard. I am anxious to sell, and will sell from 40 aciee to the 3o0 as purchasers may wish. 1 have another tract of 80 acres situate in section 11 Town 6, south range 11 west, alwut 4 miles trom Evansville, which I wish to sell, there is aliout 20 acres cleared on it, a dwelling house and stable, corn crib. &.c, and a tmall orchard. Bargains are U be had in the above lands and the Title good, r or terms apply to Ingle Sc. Wheeler, wjl,lln.,..m,n.l,. dec 10 wot. prs 5,00 P. HORN BROOK. "$ HlClHIIUkl CHUB. , AHLER1NG & BRU3LMER. nov 4-U or sale low by may 4 A. LAUGH LIN 1