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t EVANSVILLE, IA., MARCH 9, 1848. NO. 135 TJ"R3IS OF ADVERTISINGS: .l !;;,r pr square of ten lines lor first three inscrj :..jui-, i wenty-five cent spcr square for each eon- t II if -K'f. ' ')n.--:.r:ti of a column three month, - fS.OO " " six months, (renewable) 12,00 ' 4 one year, " 20,00 ., -hi.'f c dumn three months " . 12,00 " nix month, " tHK) , " . " one year, " K,(0 M' ., r advertisements in proportion. V. X r.i 7. ,. m. P, ,7 If , in . !,,. VI k lvcrtisemen s must be paid for in advance i if'' rwise agreed upon by the parties. I'Klicn and Commission House. lam St. cor. of first, Evansvillc. 'pi? 1 . .i.lersigned has laid in a large and splendid : ' . , . k c I D it V GOO 1 ri, bi JO TS, M 1 1 ) fc.S, CA PS. -VI m li RD-WAliE,CUTLEUY,&c., which he a'. Auction every evening, and at retail at all ..! . O iignmentt will meet with prompt attention J w:.t v acant every article ol my ow n petleet but i ., , , . vlc . wi..-iiiuuii imiiui isijui inri.ine ( i ,,.: w ill be notilied ot the lact at the saiu. Terms ; novo-4tnj U. Ot.ULli.lS. A. IS. JOM3S V CO.. ru t o 3 Dealers &. Commission lM'hts Vj it front Street, St. Louis. Jlefercncca: ' W.Lewis, : r ... !.i:(, t l, Hannah &. Co., Evansville H-;."'iw:;!i t Dryer, j . . i S. W. Ball, .V..'i,VEn;li,h,fet- Loui3- III Whitn.ore, " : -''-) 1 Mathews &. Patch. loi.i.i , JR. HORATIO y. WUKELER le n IItl.l,CK, l TOiiN K V S AT LA W, Ma tssuis to Battill J i I sutr. Gcitirnl Collection nnd Jital Estate A Oltice on I'irst street, below Main. '! II. U.. VV'iilkixr, Notary t'ublio. oe9 tf :im& WINTER DKV (MODS, I ;:. Cap, Honnets, Bopti, SIiocn, .V c, at Wbolesule or lietail by HI. H FOSTER, Xpe-n-r of Main and First btrcct, LvanrviUe.) ' , .) THANKFUL for post favors, would rcs , i "' tluily inform bis Iriends and the pubii.: liu.y. that he is now oie:iing one of the bcl il tocksof Ury Ooo.ls ever oil'cicd in theciiy : ! ' die; cotnptitiiii; nearly eveiy thing reimiiuu i1. "' ' V uecesMty, taetc, or la.-hion. i he uu-,t-; ; ' i lins hnd twenty years expeiienco as a r : i- it ,n Indiana rejected theotock with the great ' J'-4"- '' fciaU.rn cities nnd of ntauufuctuierm . -i a f i e.'i vl view to the country trade, and as they J t '. lively lor cah they Hatter theiu-tdves thai ti- en t .-uers, cither at wholesale or refiul.they can o l r i ad j. enients equal to any houfe in the Vfi.- , A I a.,,'; is to cull and exatuiiio ourlioodsand pri- i .'i j idju for yourselves. ' -' W. FOSTER. aM-:vv (ioous! mv uutisii 3 11 jr r o.ivedbyJOIIN SKANKl.IN, corner ol jj ' " ". i and Water street, l-.vanville; lOO l ack 5 i:'"--. Jthtiliff ill uart ol tlm following nrlicli. vi-- ihtiug in part ol tlm loltowmu articles, viz: j ji eces print of the newent style, 1" iii'LArayg-liceiitys,, -M " White dj ii " Canton do, W " Led Tick, j cites Hoots and shoes, ! itcej bleached bliiriiiii's. -v lira Larj8 lilankel, ' "e and lircrn Mackinaw do, ' j 'Mies Hats and Caps, assotted, .J J jzoii tlsiury, .S millets, Cua.-itners and Jenns, I'uena Vista Catsime.e; l urnma'.ta end Cobuigh Cloths, C; litortliu Plaids, t nslimere-, At. ij Lnim, Aipaccas of every variety. Wool Clonkings, i piuces Gro Du lihinc biUn, A Linen Cambric 11 Jit is, fancy nnd Llack Silk rl. A lrge ajteinrtment of shawls from 30 cis. to i T All kind? of Produce taken in exchange. di : i-17tf ; . . MOKE NEW WOODS! JUST 1UX El V ED 1SY KRlESEN & MORGAN tS THE .N1.W 1HAME Bl'lLDl.NliS OX MA1.X ST. )' 6-blue Blanket Cloth; ' 2 p -1 all wool Cloaking; 1 :-Jltal. bilk, black; 3 ire satin stripe and figured blk 5?i!k; J-'i'if. en heavy wollen Gloves; 1 en e assorted Cotton Tread; J;! (. inch Oil Cloth; J I llair Cloths lor Sofas; )C ti1' -n men and boys' Cloth Caps; Vi a assorted Prints, very low; !o pi a led Blanket.; '2 d'i'.en buckskin Mitts; l"3 pnTransimrentand Painted Window Blinds; l p? Paper Window blinds 32 and 36 inches; Also, Linen Cambric, Hdkfs, bhawls; Vesiii Bs, bombazines, tc, (Si- All those wishing new and cheap poods, at who'ie- n.f'ir re ail, are reseciiuiiy invneu to can aim x ttoine. . nov 1 1-tl T1IEEXPIIESS 'STOKE INi THE l'APEKS ONCE MOKE!! Look to your Interest Evei jboIj:i &. VV. LEWIS thankful for the liberal patron- V' g' cxTcnuci nem mis rail, wnild say to their friends u id the public that ',l'Lonroi?l,d1e,Crlron:Urucn,t;ray ack,lioxalld of mlu . L r" k alj Alt0 toals- Lvu,y V1"lly ut x Coal- Ol goods OS 1 iw as possl,! resnH Kminiinhnuta. mittr.rioi;, at this advanced niicnour remaining biock ol coons as l.iw as nossi n;o (t. ;m-atory to lie Miring i raiie, and as that o- .ir.' 1 4 :nrr.lt. ildl'liMinil hu tia n, fflu lima u.r. u-.lt- .iv ij . w"n.v .'J on.-. .,11,1. r. u . f'O"., date sll our stock consisiinir ol almost eve ry injc'.t. in tuo dry goods lino at cost and carriage, 1 or tnorej rauts, those wishing to ivail ihemselves of rre chance to get great bargains will do well to c-vno nj see us. We solicit country merchants and al! h" wish to buy at wh :hil or retail loca.las t;, redueiion we h ive made w ill be an object to you. D-m't ;orret tocallatthe Express Store, corner of Main ai l Water streets. E. & W. LEWlo. 5"rUut rtfTiember we do bu ine-s on the pn one half i; Rid tlie oilier down System.JJ jan 4 tt. TO C'OUXTIIY MEKCIIAM'S. MORRIS S. JOHNSON, r, 15 now opening at his new brick store i . Aj'.i Viiii Street, opmitt the Hank, a large I t-i .i ''id lull assortment ol 1'oiicv and Staple Dry Good. Roots nnd Mmcs, llat, lionncts, Comb,iVc. A.c. V.'h'ch r-i is pre.Kirod t j bed to the trade on the 't t.i"orabl terms. oc 3-tf. A 1 -VT" cues of Kip B.M)t and Womens' Lac 4 y lees, Jimt mat lvcJ and lor n hv I I l I J tf J. II. MAG1IEE &. Ca J. VAUTKiN & CO., WOULD respectfully announce to tin Yaj citizens of Evansville and country ad-f. jacent, hat they have recently opened a thoec-iort oh the West side of .Main street, next door the cor ner of Second, where they are manufacturing LO TS AND SHOES, IS THtlll VARIOUS BRANCH! S. '1 111 il experience in the business will enable them toprocure the best of stock and have il mauulacturtd iuli.t moat du r.ibie m inner. We i n v it e the citizens ol E v a nsv i i le "J HUe generally to call and examine our work, . Jl ha , ' . n , . , . . ' as we have a good st'ickot ready made work ol our own manulncture. toting men wishing tine Loots can obtain them here of every description, ready made or to orJrr if preferable. "All ordera k-tt with us lor work will be piompily attended to. The Ladte ot Evansville are respectfully invited to call and examine our large stork of Ladies' ware, as we stand ready at all times to wait on those that feci disposed to favor us wiih a call. We are piepar c.l to manufacture Fancy Shoes ol every ddfeient style. 1 hose leaving orders lorSnoes may rest assured tliat no p:iint will be spared in trying to accommodate mem wnn any style tuey wish. We feel wiliinjr to acknowledge our gratitude to the inizens for the friendship they have manifested towards us. and thank them for their lilierslpntionaire, and boi that in telurn our work may meyi their approbation. CrAII w ork done by us is warranted, nnd no charge made lor 'mending work that should pive w av. leb I I w&tw tf. J. VAUTKIN '&. CO. r XEW ESTABLISHMENT. R AI.LE.V, flatter, (a jmirticul Mtckunic Jroin Sue Y,rk.) be;js leave to oiler his pro esf iuiial services to the citizens of Evunsville and UeiihlxiiluHd. lie has opened the Store, corner of .Main and First streets, with a larrjestock of llatsnud taps of every quality and stlc; got up or selected by hunt-til with "real care, exclusively lor the fall trade pt this section, und w hich he is resolved to sell at fucIi prices as to uiakeii the interest of nil, in want of such articles for the head, to dull wiih Uiiu. Gentlemen desirous to treat. themselves or friends to a beautiful .Moleskin of the celebrated liebec & Costar. pret-ent tall fashion, just got out by express irum New York, would do well to call eaily before the lot i? disposed of. A lot Ol s.ilen iid ILaver Hat.-:, tn ritri finn an!. cle, on hand, and also evety variety of Caps. ueniienieii can nave any aercription ol Hat made to otder al tlii- eytallihiuent. Lvuiisviileep. It tt' UE.UOVED-.4 IT V SHOE STOU1'. W. It. II A K E II , ITTOULD resiiectfuily return thanks to his friends v and the public geneially , lor the patronage here toiore bestowed upon him at his former stand on wa ter street, and Would take this method of informing them that he has removed to the house formerly oc" civied by J. H. Phel,s, as a tailor thop, on Main St., between First and eveond, immetliately opposite C. lieji'n Drug S'ore, w here be will keep constantly on hand a laijeuna well m lected stuck of Ihmiis.V-. s.Ii,v ol every variety and of the latest and most aooroved style, which will be oU verv low at wholes , ,, , retail. t - j in 22 U Cor. Main and Eli st Jt Evansvillc. V, holcnle nnd Ketail Detilers in Dry Good, (Groceries, llardwHre. (nt lery, Clocks, t'ollee, Su;ar, .llolasKes. Ac, Ac, Ac. HAS jittt received his Targe as-lVVW sorted sto.k of Fall and Wiiite.t ! ujuus, consisting ol rials anu cap&oi me oesi ipunuy isistinu ol tlats anu capsoi tne oesi uiuiiiiy ish,o,,tblede.V!ion Ladies and Unti. Shoes, Clocks, looking Glares, su,-r- a. English, and Americmi Cloths, LW- .mells", Jeans, Tailor Triming,. Ac. and nio.it t boots nnd line French meres, halinelis, ALSO: A sti'endiJ assortment ot French, German, En glish and Amciican Calicoes, Gingbnms, Alapaccas, Delaines, tine and suiieitine Glolh aild DCit Lyon s 1'hibet Shawls troin 3 to &20 each. Which be oilers for sale as low as can by bought in any house in the western country. Merchants would do well to call and examine the stock before purcha sing elsewheic. SlTAII kouLioJ Fr.onrcE JcC, taken in exchange. cp lti tjmo. ALS.XANDEK EAKIILIN. holesale auu Retail "tV-TN- -.t 'i-i&rzrz? &i&-itand Shut Iron. Store. f.-X-JS WATEK STKKKT, EVANSVILLE. IMJlASt. "1 1 7 E beg leave to call the attention of merchants. Traders, and Farmers Kenerally, throughout the Wabash country. Illinois, and the Southern por tion of Kentucky, to our larsre nnd very general Mock of Groceries, Iron, Nails, Tin Plate, Copper, Wire, Axes, Cotton am and Domestic Manulac- tured Articles. Which we offer for sale at very re- duced utices for Ca-hor Produce. The head of the house residing in Pittsburgh, will enable us to be regulaily supplied with ail articles in our ,'ine. Dealers and country merchants need not travel beyond Lvansvide lor a supply of all articles they may need, and they would consult their interest by giving us a call, as we are determined to mriti ' share ot public patronage. The business will be) conducted by . JAM ES LAUGHLIN. Jr. ICT Feathers, Hides, Tallow, beeswax, and all kinds of Produce purchased at the highest market p ice. may 4, '47 tf. CIXriNXATl CLOTIIIXG SIOKC Nest door to C. Hell, Drnsisist,-. 4 MAIX ST., E VANS VILLE lA.Zttt , it. ahlekim; & Baiujemeu JtX Cincinnati, the latest New Y'ork style of FALL AND WIN '1 Elt CLOl hLNG. All of which are made aud tiimmcd in the bot man ner under their direction expiesly lor the maiket, and consists of every article requisite to complete gentlemen s wardrolies. t;if Mi lienor Black and imre rrenctianar. ''a' HishCloih uioss and 1-rock Coats lull trimmed. 'an-.jsuperior black Cloth Pants; fancy French I . . . ' . do., Casainetdo. Pants ot every vaiietv and price, Vit black Satin V cstt.; plain and tancy Silk and Velvetdo.; Mars, il'.es do.; common Vests of all kinds. furnishing goods. All tne late styles ol plain rfr :fr and tancy si.k and satin Cia-"'"'n vnis.t-cu'lstimi stocks; rwkeiLj LJ Handkerchiefs; l inen and Linen bosom shirts; uis- ! i iii"i'i . , mihuii i.ti uouirMurio kimlsoi ca.-lins in Iron, sucli as cooking an I par and maws; thirt Coaais; buckskin, beaver, ki l, lor c-loves. Ploughs, l oin Midlers, Wirn.n boxes. suspender; silk, ginjjham and cotton I mbreifas; ........ . v.,i..,oiiu,uiur.,. u uu I'iniii 1 urscs; Hats; Caps; lioois, &e. All the above articles and evrythin!' else in the furnishing line wi, I be sold at Cincinnati prices lor CASH. I We shall continue to receive fresh supplies weekly dating the season from our Manufactory in Cinciu nail nov-if, 111 t.KIQr HRUM'KK. I U I . A I K I, . I' li S l.k.h. . h -Tlare assortment f.f iilacksmiths Tools. efcy,nanicly. Anvils, Vices, Bellows, Rasps. -- Fiic, etc., etc , constantly on hand and or sale low by may 4 A. LAUGHLIN HARDWARE. GLAOETT & MILLER , Importers and Wholesale Sealers in roreijrn nnd Domestic are, Cutlery, ;uiisaiil Fuuey Goods No. 526, Main Strut, Louisville, Kenlvcky FMIE subscribers are now in receipt of, and are J. dady receivie additions to their Spring Importa tions, embracing one ol the largest and best aorted Stocks ever oll-red in tins market. Ourbtock of Table and Pocket Cutlery stands pre eminent in point ol varie tr, and at prices which defv competition in the East or West. Our importations' have been verv heavy, ordered di rect Irom the Manufacturers in England nnd Ameri ca ot the lowest figure, and have lieeu selected wiih great care assorting our Mock w ith the latest and most choice styles of Goods, which we guarantee to sell upon the most favorabl i terms. Having extended our acquaintance with the Euro pean and American Manulaclurers, we ateenabled to otter purchasers advantages superior to any iormer year. An examination of our stock is respectfully eolic iied. ttcb. y-3mo. Locisvu-lk Ky., Feb'y-24th 1818. CSKCAT li A K;V AT NO. 23, MAIN ST. EVANSVILLE. NEW GOOD -Ju?t received 5 pieces gaial'latds, 3 vases lioois, 3 doz Mi-sea Hoh1, 3 " gents merino half ho"e, 1 " Urawrs, 1 " black embroidered f'iiawlr, 1 " do plain do 10 pieces 7-t Domestic, 61 pr yard, 1 bale 37 inch do (heavy) Pi pr yard, 2.' lbs Patent Thread, 3 doz Wosted Mitts, - - 1 do Ladies Gnter Iixits, 10 pieces Gingli ints, very cheap, And vaiious oliw r articles w hich he will lie pleased to show you, nnd sell chenjier than the chc.ipeM. ns we are anxious to cl iseout, prepnrutory to ree iving our Spring supply. Kliitf EN & MORGAN, jan -2i-i I. TO COUNTUY JUEKCIIANTS- TIIE sulisciilHT is now opuiiir 1(K Package of Merchandise, cjiisisiiug uf ikv GtK.rs, "i;ootj ScHuvha. IUTs,CArsand l'..Nr.T,iiARDWARic,Giss Ware and Crockkrv; which he wiil ll as low as any House in llwCitv. for Cash, or Produce. siichnK I'ork, U hi at. Corn. Oais, FlaxucJ, White Lcatu, i l!4t.wax. l 'eaihers or Tallow. dcc-Jl-tf JOHN SHANKLIN. CANDY 121 CENTS-I wiil sell candy from this day at twelve and a half cents per pound, and kisses at sixteen and two-third cents r pound, wholesale lor CASH. Having the larcest matiulac tin ing establishment in the We.-t, lain prepared to luinish my old customers and all others, a splendid assortmeiil ol the best quality of Candy of my own "'" uiig, at me snortest nonce. tenants n ouieni ueaungin my line, will please Kivne a enii A. Lv RiE. Wholesale ami retail Confectionary, Tov am! . . i.Mi 1.V-":: and charge iTiT Oi.li:. LUKMrr, iimr 1 twiVwl male academy and ee-male semi: aii v. THE subscriber, grateful for the increasing patron age the above iii.-titu:ions nre rc-eiving, respict lully gives notice, that ihe Spring 'Perm will com mence reb. 2i.-t, and the summer l erm, lay lain; the Academy, to be taught exclusively by himself. , . ., . , . , , Academy to be taught exclusively by I x by M- 1 M. fiobd, M,S3 , " i , i"i ii ? . Bov.-pc;- " '" !. ''7 ' heir hferary attainmt tied by tt ach- attainmeuls and expei ience in teaclung, to give tliorougli instruction in all the branches Usually taught in the beatSt miiia tiori of ihe country. Two other young ladies from fite East, oftried, and highly approved capabilities for teaching, ate expect ed in a slioit time, ihe public may rest assured that no pains wiil lie spared to render the schools wor thv of iheir contidence and cordial simoort. For the better classiiication and progress of the seholars, the pupils of the Seminary ure arranged into two detainments ; Piitnary and Academical, with appropi iate teachers assigned to each, but both under one general supervision, by this arrangement, the best order will be secured, and all due attention paid to small, as well as large scholars. It isirreatlv to the interest of those who attend the school, that Uiey commence w I'll the beginning of the term; as classes are men lormed, and subjects ol stu dy commenced. RATES Of TVITIOS I THE ACADEMY. Primary English branches $4 iV per Qur Higher English branches a 00 " ' Greek, Lalin, Hebrew, Algebra, Geotne- try. either or all, together w iih the pre- J ceding 7 CO tuition is the seminart. Primary Department $3 CO per Qur : Academical Department 4 UO to D (A) I extra braxchxs Latin, French, or A Itrebra for each- ' 2 (K) lusic lessons wifhu?eof instruments 8 00 Use of instrument for practice 2 00 Eva.svim.e Feb. 8. W. SAF1 S AFFORD. DR. TOWNSEND'S EX. SARSAVARI LLA J nt ree'd nud lor sale by the subscriber. riHlS very popular Medicine has tor the last tew JL years been more extensively sold than any other preparation ot tne kind ever olleied to the public must be GOOD to meet w ith such universal demand In tx humane affections, ScrolFula, Dropessia. and al. j uisensea ni isin 110111 uoour'-. inotni. nr t-iiirney in performing cure is beyond parallel. Put up in larg (piait hollies at one dollerench. ALLEN C. 11AL1.0CK, Druggist, deu 18-tf. Main near Wateretrtet. Are yon Insured? THE undersigned as ntrent f ir th Col- unibus Ohio Insurance Company, is preiiar Zm.?? tl to takerisksononshipmetitsof Merchant ...... .i,,o a- f, the I Mai'es by sttani and sailing vessels, steam, keel and llat U.ats, clso upon buildings, mere!; l.' ........ canal merchandize. i t:imiture,,c.. on most reasonable teims '1 be high reputation which this Company beaTi for its ability, lilierality and promptness in adjusting lost Bcs,tutiilcs it to the conlidence and patronage ol tl e public. nov27-tf. J.Q M.S 1 OCKW ELL, AgH Evansville Citv Founderv- f.-jn, U I'hivSlGNED uive just erected in ,ue J City of Evansville a FOUNDER V, which is i .inr,i. ,l h..iu. ii;r,.i,,n urwi mil m. il. change Hotel, where they are prepared to execute all : i loiiow-w at e, ami in laci alt oiner worn m tlieir line at Cincinnati prices. '1 bry wiil warrant all woi k done by them, and their Stoves for twelve months. 1 hey invite cabs from UiOse in want ol work in ttu ir line hefoie going tL-ewhere. All orders will be punctually attended to and faithfully executed. Cash paid lor old castings. Jim 1-om KKATZ t IIEILMANN, LUMBER. A largo and full assortment of Pir.e Lumber. For sale by mnv4 if. A. LAUGHLIN, Water si 100 Cnrrels Kenhawa Salt for sale bv 'dec21-t0 JtHlNSHANKLIN. SIIEHWOOD HOUSE. FIRST STRT.F.T, KVA.NSyiLLE, l.VOlAJfA. THE undersigned having liecome proprietors of the above weil known esinblishment, bg leave to offer their services to the public and to solicit a share of patronage. They hoj to be able to continue the favorable consideration the House has heretofore enjoyed under the management of Mr. Sherwood. No exertions will be spared to give uni versal satisfaction to all. The Table and the bar w ill be abundantly furnished and the rooms kept clean and neat. Charges as heretofore moderate. NATHAN ROWLEY', PETER BCKK. nov 4-u TAYLOR HALL. JNO. M. A PP respectfully informs the J;7 public general! ly that he has leaded lor n 2 Ja term ol years, the well known tavern stand in t,v ansville formeily kept by E. Elirsnm, and lately by lienj Nurre. '1 he house has been thoroughly re paired, and handsomely fitted up w iih fntire new fur niture, and those of the travelling public who may fa vor him wiih a cull, may rest assured thai their com fort and convenience will meet wiih every attention. His Table will always be supplied with the best that the market aflords, and his Bar furnished with the choicest loquors, carefully selected by an experi enced band. Attached to the Hall, and immediately on the Public Square, nre his stables, acknowledged by ill to be the most spacious and convenient in the place. auc 26, 1817 t f. JNO. M. APP. Pill V ATE HOARDING HOUSE. -- THr-i undersigned has opened a Private boarding House in the UricK buildtngon Wa JibL lerMreei, above .Main, known as the. Wheel er iiousp. ly object is to keep a house lor the nc cominodation ol Gentlemen principally. Thereaie. however, ttirec or lour very pleasant rooms in the House which can be t.tled up lor the accommodation of small families. The table thall not be surpassed by any in the city. Nov. 4th A. FA RN3W0RTII. . i. BRAY. -I. CASitUir.EKV I II AY &. CARSELCERRY. rnjsiciaut au'lSar 1 ) gfis, Fiirt St., above Main. ap2J tl C. S. VT-EVCR MARKTEAtTON T E EV E li iV.TR A FrON, Vhiciai, t & Xnrg;mi C'llice on First st. near ihe cherwood House. N. 1. Dr. WeeverVre.-i ience is on Second st., iirst door below liev. Mr. D'Kijje's church. nov 13-Cm. DU. JOHN T. WALKER. IllIYSlLlAN AND t-UKGtAi.v CHiicenn Main fctrtet, between Second nnd. Third, nnd nearly opposite the Clerk's olliec, where he may at all iinis lie found unlese alisent on proiessioual business, dec 2d, -47-1 f JOHN E. TAYLOR. R. OITX HAHVTY. rpAYLOiC &. HARVEY, Commit, aud Fr JL minims; .1, rehault. Watersu, Evanville, Indi ana. Have also a large, new wharf-boat where they w ill receive and store freight free of drayage. apCJ C. HAERINOTON. J. B. HAX.VUt. r. H. FAIKCKII.t) II ARK1NGT0N, HANNAH & CO., ForrUm: LJl and IJommistwn Mtrcliitnl. Water St.. oanosite the wharf boats. Still continue to receive and for- Viird uUtAllWiq. ... aa2l tf. yV the pub.io an assortment ot t.'-hairs ot ad f I qualities and prices, ot beautiful patterns 1" i i-.ii n,4 int uitu Ol lllUllClli . .11 U'lll tAOllllilc i ."J Furniture Waieioom, Main street above Hie Market feb 1-Gui KL'bEKT I L'nGL'S. ijHA v LS A great variety ol Miawis, amongst O which are an extensive assortment of superior ana common black Cloth, Part an, Mode, luitui, &c. For sale low by (sis) M. W. tO0ir,it. lOTTON YARNS, &C. The subsciibcr, J Aveul lor the Covincton and the Cooper Cotton Factoids, has constantly on hand a large Mock of Cot- lull I a. lis, , vjimci aou , w . . . j. Twine and batting, tor eile at the lowest puces. It. ULlllA.N A., iincinuau. an 22-3m-Cin Gaz OATS AV ANTED. AHA bUotiELoot Oats wanted, for wl icb rvM,f VJW I will p iy the highest market p ice in cash. C all at ibe corner ol -Main and r irst strci ta. Kb 1, 1 S48. A. G U M bEK i tf. llPt it.P.tf tTlj 100 bids. City Manufactured Ale in etort uiiu ,o. sale (wholesale or retail,) Ly STATIONARY. "I fA REAMa Foolscap paper, assorted; . i-UU loo reams Letter paper, do; 50gros black Ink Also, a supply of Quills, Steel Pens, Wafers, and Sealing Wax, in Btore and for eale by jan 29. C. BELL. Window, Wall Taper and Bordering. A FULL supply of the latest paterns, in store and for sale by ijaniWJ C. bELL. &Q M. RENSC HLER, Blacktm ith. Shop L-fm Icust street, opposite the Sherwooil U if tu. louse. Every thing in my ine done- v V win. neatness and dispatch, give me a call ap 2 EURGUS' rURNITURE WAREHOUSE. ' il the old stuud, Main St. above the Market.) 1 have on hand end shall constantly k"cp for sale, n larce and general assortment ol FLTiMTL'KE, made in the best manner. and wl.ieii 1 will sell nt remarkable low nrices. i nose winning any article in my line are re quested to call and examine my stock. A. b. All orders trom tlie country promptly at tended to and lurniture carefully packed tor shipment Eeb.l-f.ni KOHEKa HKOIB. THE Atlantis fins been docked ct iV' '"T t.n irouithly repaired and furnished and s--,z-z ----w now in hne order, and lias resumed her trios to Shawneelown and Henderson leave Evansville eveiy Wednesday at 2 o'eioek, P M, and Evansville every Sunday at i o'clock A M. o16. - ps. 4-4 Ingrain Carpeting very cheap; 1 case No. 10 Cotton Cards; 1 do C tton Umbrellas whalebone frame?; I bale 10-4; 11-4 and 12-1 Wjinty blankets Justreceived and fox tnle by KliiXSEN &. MORGAN, No 2j Main &ircct,wulwve lnUuna State t-enp or sale. nov jj :t. JUST received this day hrrrft J'.xpress . lew cases oi imm.is ani: ar rv - .-ho:-s. ond a vaiiety of Ladies' ond' Si. line Shoes. W. li. BAKER, 2- ft. Main ttieet. MisSV jan. :isnxATTi atiio.iie::! SOAP AND CANDLE MANUFACTORY. MATIJEW MdNNERNEY &. Co., would res pcctlully inform the citizens of Evansvillc, and the public jjcncraliv, that they nave e&tawisr.ed a Soap and Candle Manufactory, on Division street, between 2d and 3d, at the old stand of Wiiks Reagen, where they intend to keep always on hand a supply of Soap an j Candles, of tno best quality, which they J . -aII a. f'inotnnafi r- ti-Aw 'I ktrkn r-i 1 r ket prices wi'J bo paid for tallow and create of kinds. fell !2-Cm. EXCHANGE HOTEL TO KENT. fT" ON acconnt of continued sickness of his am- ! fly, the undersigned desire: to relinquish th chnrgp of the Exchange Hotel. Tho lease and fail of the furniture are dieted lor sale. Applications are invited immediately. Apply to Wiliard Carpenter, S. Swindell cr to tha aubsciilier, feh U) .C.K.DREW. SADDLE HARNIS AND TRUNK rsSAIIUrVCTORY. Al J. i . t.Li.iu i l . (.yirrc- C sot to IV. M. A-J. P. ElUott.1 :xfrK, wnl continue the above busings at the ' ' ' old stand. Main street, Evansville. He wm iwu keep on hand a constant supply ot Saddles, bridles. Trunks, &.C. &.C. of the beat workmanship. Also A great variety of Ttinimings used by Sad dlers, Harness-makers, and Trunk Muuutiicturcrs. Persons dealing in the above articles w ill hnd it t their advantage to call and examine my stock. All orders promntlv attended to at tlie shortest no tice. lteb6-t'i.l J. P. EL1.1Q IT. JAMES G. JONES, Attorney at Law, Ofiice on First street, below M ain. v2'i tf. CON'RAD BAKER. TtlOS. E. OARVIN. BAKElt Jt GARVIN, Attorney! at Luw, Evans vdie, la. Office in the Court lloiise. tep3 '46. AW Notice. J. J. CHANDLER, Aory at i ljxta. Cdhce on i irst st., below .:ain. apv!J. MEDICAL. GEO. b. WALKER. .VoWrm,!. tjurg:.Uy corner of Vine and first tts. jy6'4 5 j j EDICAL. JOHN R. W1IXOX, F.ysician & i-lJI burgeon. First St., above Mnin, Evansviilc. apCti. 0A.V1EL MORGAN. AMIS MORGAN'. MEDICAL.. D. &. J. MORGAN, l'l,y,cw and oarirfvtis Oliice on I' irst St., bciwe;n Main and Sycamore. anL'O tf. UJ OOLSEY' & N EION .commission Mwchantt fr A ucttimtcrs, M ain, Z door from St cond st. n27 T7".M HOLD EN, 7Vii7er, .Main street, over Jam7 T Scaiulin & Son's Siove store. ap 2lly. O'NEIL, Fanhiouah'. Tailor, First st , above IV Mom rn-ar the Sherwood Houst. ap201y. OQI) pieces black and Colored Alpacca Lustera ""P2 Kentucky Jeatia. loo " S.ittinetts all colors.' K0 " Red, White and Yellow Flannel , 75 Cases assorted t'nnU. 5 " Heueaed Musiins. :KK) Woollen Shawls. 150 Pair Blankets, just received and f irol very cheap, by J. If. M AGHEE.&. CO., net. I '.Ml Main streef A SPLENDID lot of Paper Ilangincs and Win aL dow Paper, just received and for sale low by jan LMf: J. H. M AGHEE &. CO. ty'INDOW Glasn-An snort met cfWndow it Glass, assorh-d sizes. For sale by mny4tf. A. LAUGHLIN, Water at. IN store and for sale low- A!o general assortment of Groeerii, in atore nnd or sale by IscpCSJ M. W. l OiTLK. i:ST Reecived A lot of funcy dress Silks; Tur kuiiiSauus and plain black Gro dc Khina. Also a line assortment ol Gumps, Fiuigea, btittont. and other dress uinimings. AU-o Aepher W orate i marking Canvass and I'erlorated Paper; Steel ix-eoa, Clasus and '1 assels. plain and vciiiiatcd Purse Silki. .p2t-tt M. W. FOaTEK. DENTISTRY. v E. GillFITTH, M. D-r mr-Tj n.id S. D., having pcrma- flA r f, iftJjUf ville tor the practice of aAMjLimm 1 Wntistrv. otl m bid nra essional services to the citizens ot Evansville and the -urrounding towns and country. He is prepared ta do every description of work, trom a tingle tooth to a full upper and lower set. His long experience in t busines gives him confidence in tendering his ser vices. H" has the Lethean or Soninitic Gas, a latu discovery, whereby a tooth may be extracted w ithout pain. OiFice opposite the Sherwood Houre, where he may found from y o'clock a. St., until 12 M., nnd front 2 o'clock r. St., until 5. Or by inquiring at the fcner- ood House. ..... y. li. Ladies waited on at their houses il doirea Evansville, Nov. 24th, 1847. nov 25-7m. rnrm for Sale SO Acres. Tho West i of the South-Esst ofSiec-UL lion 26. 'lown 4, t-outh ot Kange 10 West, lu ..oil l'ownsbip,underbuiih county, Ind. 1 will sell at public auction on the 27th ol March next, at the door ol t le Court Hou.-e, in Evansville, (without reserve,) tlie above described tl acrea of .and, subject tn a mortgage of 100 to the School fund, and tlie balance c-rtsh. There is 8 acres ini proved.and a good double Log House, Corn Ciib and ctrble, and a good Citern on the premisos. THO.S S WhEELER. feb 20 WOOLSEY fc NELSON, Auctioneer A LOT TO LEASE. I WISH to lease lor the term ut.Un years the lot sit uated on the corner of Locust and Thiid Streets, jppoMte the Methodist Episcopal Cliurch, being lot No. 133. oiigiiud plun. 'I bis lot U eligiply siiuated lor dwelling houses, warehouses, ehops, &lc , and will be divided if required, to suit those desirous to rent. For terms, which w ill be moderate, apply V the under-iiined at her re.-idence on Water stne t. f, b 22-yi-twvtlw OCTAV1A LEW13. LOOK OUTI On Jlonday, the b.h ot .Marcr., . ....i commence ano procceu o ecu u.. wis, ijund running at large within the city of EvansTriu, by order of the Council. feb29 3w. WILLIAM bELL, Marshall. CITY BAKERY. VJ"-"'7l Ttttr1 W. rw umt ta .3 inform tlie citizens ot Evensvil; ti.ii. iic c.i.i..ue to manufacture liKEAD, Rcsk, CiH and CBACKLr.sol all kinds, fresh every day, of th liestnmterialsandinlhebest manner. He will L keep constantly on hand for sale by the barrel or rt tail, the best article of rdour. He is determined t pLaie the tastes of his patrons and hopes to receive liberal kharc of patronage. His naiid w on .una i next door to JccseT.LamVseloie. rp -3 t( NICHOLAS FIX. 1 1ST Oneninc J Mi(m tior Silk Warp Black Alpierw, Nl ps low and m dium price colt Warp Alpaee Mode and high colored Lustres and Cassimoswr, Oregon and California Plaids; Plaid and striped De1 isles and Mohair Cloth; Gala Plaidsand all wool Cloakiuga, Cheap at wholesale or retail. Sep 2ri-tt. M. W. rOSTER. CLOTHS, Caseimercs, and VcHlngt boutliy 'a celebrated French black Cloth; - . Eng. it. Amer. blue, black, brown and ohvcCloth; plain and plaid Cass inietes; fcaita Velvet. Woolen, and i iik Vestifirs. Also a gcod astortmcnt ot Tailor uimnunf. oil For a!e low either at w holreaio retail. 1 6.-p 25-tf M W. ItTFJt. I h i i! t IV... i-kV'