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LISTED AND Pt'BLISHKD PT WM. H. CHANDLER &. CO. ine daily JocRfn puonsnea every mornin l.uondays exce&ieaj at m cents per week, payable to the Carriers, or $6 00 per annum, payable iu advance. FOR PRESIDENT: SACXXAXI'Sr T A 'S" I on. WHIG ELECTORAL TICKET. - SENATORIAL ELECTOBS. " JOSEPH g: MARSHALL, of Jefferson. PODLOVE, S.OIITH, of Tippecanoe: . " . pICTEICT ELECTORS. st Dist.-Jonx Pitches, of Fosey. - John S. Davis, or rlQyd. Miltos Geegg, of pearbbrn. . David P. Hollo waj-, of Wayne." Thomas D'. ' Vaipole, of Hancock. Lovell ('. Kocseeac, of Greene. Edward W McGimghey, of Park. Jaues P. Suit, of Clinton. San i el D. Pratt, of Cass. Ayip Kilgore, ofDelaware, 3J 4 th 5th 7th 6th 11 l)th jOth' CITY OP ETA 2VSf TILLE: TUESDA Y MORNING MA Y 16. Kews from Mexico, We are indebted to a friend for a copy of the New Orleans Delta of the 0th, containing highly important intelli gence from Mexico. It will be seep that Gen. Scott has, left Yen Cruz and proceeded direct for bis home near New York. This determin ation of Gen. Scott has greatly disappointed he citizens of the 'est and South generally, who hoped to have the opportunity of seeing the old fjerp and cheering him on his yay The letters from Mustang," and the informa tion concerning a peace are highly interesting and importapt and "ill command attention. We hajl Ioojc wuh muchanxiety for the nex arrival from Mexico. Woutij Heabiso About. We sincerely fiope there are a goodly number of country merchants and dealers who have yettp pur chase their Spring and Summer supplies of tjry goods, feats, oots. shpes, $c.t for the reason that qur friend, Mr. Oliver Ladd, has just pompleted opening one of the largest and best assorted, stocks ever offered in this market, and holds out inducements to buyers that cannot be equalled in any other city in the Wet, jjpd by Tery ftw houses even in EvansrJUe, We Jjave taker) pleasure in lppking ßver $ portion of bis stock, and we belie re itf in the prices, quality and patera of the goods, very superior, and we should fail in our duty to the public, ojid we Jiesitate to say so. Castoj Tea Compaxa. Those, who know the enjoyment qf a drawing of good Tea, must ek for that enjoyment at Allis & Jf0wes, These gentlemen are the agents in this city for the Canton Tea Company., and hare received a lot of their teas which are fresh and genuine. We hare sampled 60ie of tlje Green Teas, which we kliere far superior to any we have before met with. See the advertisement in thi Journal. Shocking. The PhiladejpJUa Pennsylvania,! relate the case of a female, in a beastly state of intoxication, iu that city, pn Friday, and rather good looking, conveyed to prison in a furniture car! SJje had small child with her. She belongs io an excellent family ajd is habitual drunkard. MedalioüGen. Taylor. The U. S. Mint at Philadelphia has just completed the gold jnedal for Gen. Taylor, ordered by the vote of .Congress. It is neat, chaste, and appropriate, and coat apput even bundled dollars. It has already b( en forwarded to the Department. Nev Orleans Jabket. May 9fA. Sugar and Mousses still dull. Corn is getting scarce ajjd prices rathe; betLe. TJje jüles were equa to eoOQ sacks, of which &6Ö0 bushels White and Yellow, in bulk, at 27c, 3100 sacks at 30, and alot ofC00sacksat3Ic. per bushel. Flourcon tinues steady, owing to light receipts, and 1200 bbls. were fake, jcJaJig300 bbls.JJJjnoisa S4 &j;000bbls: Ordinary St. Louis, at $4 75 100 do. Choice, at $5 15, and SO do. at 85 25 per L!jt. No alteration in Provisions. Sales of 4G casks Bacon, at 4 l(41c, ribbed and clear Sid"es,.2 to 2Jc; for Shoulders; and 25 casks bagged Hams, at 5c. per pound. No consid era Lie sales of Lard. Small sales of Mess Pork at e3 and 51 do. M. 0. at 83 pi; barrel A lot of 6D tierces City Rendered Tallov sold at 7c. per pound. Of Whiskey, 500 bbls. Ree titled taken at 151c, and some retail lots at 16c per gallon. ' The only foreign Freight engage ment was an American ship for Liverpool at 9-16M., for Cotton. fjQ'The newlill for the regulation of the rates of postage, Reported by the post-oflice committee of the House 'is a very liberal and excellent one. Tlie abuses and. difficulties o of the franking privilege cannot be "remedied without resorting to a still lowej at.2 of pos tage than is now proposed. Ultimately, we may come to the uniform rate of two cents for a letter not exceeding half an ounce in weight and then there will be little temptation to the "abuse of the franking privilege. The rate now "pro?sed is five cents, without regard to dis 'iaii.ee. it is now proposed to reduce the pest age on uewioaprs "exceeding five hundred equare inchesiii superficial size, but all papers of and under that size, are to be charged only htil a cent. All newspapers are proposed to '4P . I Correspondence beeweex Gen. Scott and tue Mayor or New Orleans. We give be low the letter of the Mayor of New Orleans to Gen. Scott, terhlering him the hospitalities of that city, and the gallant old General's reply. The disappointment of the citizens of that p friotic city was a severe onp when they learned that General Scott would riot come that way home. Mayobalitt or New Orleans, ) April 20. 1813. General The agreable duty has devolved on me, in compliance with the resolutions of the Municipal councils, to tender to you. in be half of your fellow-citizens, the people of New vjfieaus, itic uuspuaui ui uieciiy, ana io in vite you, during your sojourn with us, to be come the City's Guest. In communicating to you this evidence of Uie hijih regard and affection with which vou are held by the people of this city, I shall for bear to dilate on the great and brilliant servi ces rendered by you in the campaign of Mexico, by which you have added so much to the glorv 1 -f m i t uu icuunu ui uur tuuuiry. iuey are lnueil Diy impressed n tne nearts ol your country men. Permit me tp add that I entertain, in com mon with my fellow-citizens, thpise sentiments t - l ;.. i ' i ' . oi aamirauon ana regara wnicnnarepromptep mis welcome on your return to your country. 1 have the honor to be, with distinguished consideration, your friend and fellow-citizen, a. d. CKUSSMAN, Mayor. To Maj. Gen. WiNriELn ScoTTr Brig Petersburg, Vera Cruz, May 1, 1819. 1 o Aia Honor. A. U. Urossman, Mayor of veyo urieans. air Approacning the harbor, I had the honor to receive your note of the 20th ult., tendering to me, in the handsomest terms on behalf of the Municipal Councils and the people of New Orleans, the hospitalities of the city in case 1 should pass up the Mississippi river. 1 am infinite! obliged to mr snirited and patriotic countrymen of New Orleans, for this distinguished mark ol regard, which will ever be cherished as one of the most irecioii9 that an old public servant has received for his ardent endeavors to serve a great and a grateful country. Louisiana and here beautiful capital being the nearest to the recent theatre of war, has nobly done the honors for the whole United States towards my gallant brother officers and soldiers' who h?ye preceded me in their return iruui me uei(j, arju ji is Wim üeep regret that 1 too blending niy own small services with the great mass of military distinction recentlr ac quiredcannot participate in th distribution of kindness lrom the same liberal hands, JJut, sir, I am laboring under the oublic disDleasnre of the President of the United States, and as a soldier, dutiful to constitutional authoritv. 1 may not, for the time, obtrude myself unonmv partial cpuntryroen. or make any present move ment, it may be in my power to avoid; that might provoke their greetings. lam. therefore, already embarked for one of ourNorthern porU. the nearest to my familv. and shall, in retirement, await the further or ders of the War Department, With great res pect, and esteem, 1 remain sir, faithfully yours. wi;ni?ij14ü scott, "Congress at a Stand Whvt Blocks mt Wheels." Horace Greelt, who is in Wash ington, communicates to the Tribune,n edi torial letter, upon the above text the follow ing is an extract: -There nttt be radical reform la Concrat. anrl the best members concur in the opinion that a reuueuun vi uie pay is mcsispensaDie. 1 nave no hope without it. Here are gathered a ereat number of realen of business--Uwyers in good practice, mercnants, maquiacturers, extensive planters and thrifty farmers, who earnestly de sire that the Nation's businessshall be promptly despatched, so as to allow them toco home and uena io ineirs. uuttnere ts another class noisy if not numerous, and enabled by the-pre-seiit rules of the House to control its proceed- w uviiu fiasuiugion is a parauise; wno lue higher, drink freer, are of more conse quence ami get more money here than they ever did or ever will anywhere else. Many wno nere pocket $Dp per week, and do the nearest to nothing for it that can well be con. ceived, would have to look very sharp to pick up 625 per week elsewhere, Now just so long as the people will tolerate the present exorbi- Wik ioics oi pay, mis sina oi members will spin out sessions and prevent anything being done. And the fault is not so much in thir necessities, tha covetousness of their shiftless- .. . i i ? i . . uc5o, as iu me a;nr)mg tnopience and careless ness o tne t'eople who will not enforce the remedy. The Mileage is a still less excusable abonl nation. Texas sends hither two Senators and two Representatives, who receive, in addition to their pay, some 82,500 each avery session for merely coining here and going away again i vuijui sooner pay mem twice the money to . i m. m e 1 1 - ... siaj awan ?iu,uuu in an tor travelling ex penses which are not actually 81.000. Ar- kansas will take 86,000 out of the Treasurv this year merely for the travel of her Senators When we cdnje to have Senators and Repre sentatives fro'rrj Oregon and California, we shall nave jo negotiate a loan expressly to pay the Mileage oftheir Members. Nobody pretends tp justify this, and yet it defies every eflbrt to reform it. A member starts up from Bangor. Maine, andecnes here in some two days and a half, paying some 825 and pocketing 8250 clear profit. - Coming from Galena or Chicago, or Natchez, or Little Rock he will clear from 875 to 8155 per day, loung ing on a steamboat and living UVe Prince, or he takes the Cars at Auburn in the morning awakes in New York, having io one day clear ed over 8120. Does any body imagine that those who make money like this "will careful ly watel) the Treasury against the 'inroads of; otuer.s! . There must be Retrenchment in the Pay and W.I r t t. rnt . L . jiumgcui iuemiKTs. nen ine compensation of the Scores employed afcoyt the Capitol must be treated in like; manner. The' Clerk, sub Clcrks, deputy Door-Keepers, Pages, exe, are paid too much, or there would not be such fierce competition, for the places. It never should be worth any good man's while to come froci Illinois here to be a door-keeper, nor to importune his friends into writing letter? for him for any place. It would not be if the pay were not exorbitant. Hence the multiplica tion of plates and placemen far beyond' tke wants of the public service. Worst of all comes a vote, at the close of each session to pay these ovepaid placemen 8250 each extra, which is tciually paid to' tiea getting C21 per week, and boys "getting 8101 per7Pekfor very light work. "Can the people p' zf fioused to look iiT;p the.se ma tew?"" I U we not h?ve the yeas and naysca this extra swindle at the close of the vein on. I do believe ia't some earnest, concerted efficient move w ill be made this week to eecure the disDatch of business.' 'and that from and after Monday of next week,' the House will be A Ayl ASA fS4 f KlIM liaM fl fl CT A 1 1 1 1 fl A From tha N. O. Delta, May 9 nEHCAW NEWS. The steamship N. Orleans, Capt. Auld, arrived in the city on Saturday, from Vera Cruz, bringing dates from the lattor place to 3d May, and from the capital to otu ult. Gen. Scott. The most interesting news brought by the New Orleans, is the departure of Gen. Scott from Vera Cruz, on the 30ih ult., in the brig Petersburg, for new York.-r En paitantr, the name Winheld seemed to be bestowed upon Gen. Scott, in a spirit ol prophetic sagacity, and constitutes one of those remarkable coincidence which frequen ly lead us to believe that chance is not al ways as blind as people think, and tho gift of prescience has sometimes belonged to mortals. Another coincidence is in den. Scott's departure from Mexico, and bis re turn to the United Sta'es in tlje brig Peters burg, the name of the town in which Gen. Scon's earliest boyhood and youth were spent and where be first displayed the soul and ge nius which have since rendered his came so illustrious, and shed so much glory upon his country On his departure from the City of Mexi co, Gen. Scott received the most brilliant and striking testimonials of affection from bis companions in arms. A friend, ia a private letter, writes us thus "Just before Gen. Scott's departure, he held a levee, which was thronged by all grades of oSjcers, anrj by many of. the pri vate soldiers. So great was the attendance, that the general was unable to greet them individually, but in a voice which was ren dered indistinct by the strong emotions which possessed bis manly heart, and with a very perceptible tear trickling down his war-worn features, he bade farewell to all his brave brother soldiers, and wished them many years of happiuess, and a safe and speedy return to their families. I be scene was a stirring and impressive one. Many a brave heart i hat had withstood the storms of war. and lefied its thousand perils, was melted with feelings that sought relief in fears. The veteraq who had, in his short but unparal leled campaign, swayed and directed that lit tle army, and led it through so many dan gers, and over so much difficulty, io such glorious results, was, for jhe first lime, to se ver the tie Wiuch bound him to his gallant command. The crowd of officers and soldiers contin ued to lounge around Gen. Scott's quarters, until the time of his departure arrived, and when he entered bis carriage and waved his handkerchief, there was a profound and ex pressive sorrow perceptible in the vast as semblage.. Iis carriage was .followed for some distance on the road by officers on horseback, and as he passed along by the quarters of the different regiments, crowds of soldiers ran out to greet him, and wished him God speed. The Star of the $3d says that the night before his departure the gen eral was serenaded by a splendid band of music, who played among other popular airs hat of "Hill to tho Chief." The general appeared on the balcony and bowed his hanks. But the most affecting scene of all, Siys the 8 tar, -mm wiwn ImIvIi Iiis bouse. fhe ufle guard was drawn up to receive bim, and as be passed, and they presented arms 10 their beloved commander for the last time, I bey shed tears like children, and so affec ted was the old hero, that he could scarce get into the carriage. On the 30m ult., Gen, Scott arrived in Vera Cruz. He was received there with much enthusiasm by the soldiers and citizens. VYithout delay, however, he immediately em barked on the brig Petersburg for New Yoik, under a salute from Fort Conception and of the flagship of Commodore Perry. On the 1st of May the Petersburg was towed out to sea, and as she passed the store-ship Relief and the frigate Cumberland (he rigging was hlled with men and three hearty clieers were given. It is deeply regretted by our whole popu lation that Gen. Scott should decline the ten der of the ;psnitalitiea of our city. He gives u:- .i..r !-. r P.. wis icjuii lueicioie in ine lonowing letter, wnicn we take from the Crescent ol yester days Jalipa, (Mexico) April 28, 1848. My Dear ; As I may not have time at Vera Cruz, to put pun to piper, 1 write though much fatigued and half sick with a cold. I am being too late in the season--pushing on rapidly to embark from the beach, without entering that city Vera Cruz. I have written ahead to have ready, if pos sible, a vessel to take me directly , to the narrows, below New York, whence I shall proceed, without entering the city, to my lamily at Elizabethtown, New Jersey. I have learned, on the road, that some of the spirited and patriotic citizens of New Or leans including, perhaps, the Municipal au thoritiesare thinking of taking public no tice of my arrival among them; and possibly there may be a few persons in other places on the route to the North, (inland) who would give the long absent soldier a passing cheer or two. This, my dear sir, is another reason why I should hasten to my family at its homo in tha sequestered village, fifteen miles this side of New York; for laboring as I am under the public displeasure of the Ex ecutive, it would be highly improper in tne, s a soldier, to put myself in the way of pro voking a cheer or shout from my warm heart ed countrymen. Should there be any' such intention in New Orleans, as 1 have alluded to, please mate all necessary explanations; and apologies for cae; for J mke a great sac rifice of feeling, to a sense of public "slv'y by avoiding on my return home some hun dreds of personal friends whom I should have the chance of greeting by the inland route. Always my dear , your friend. WIN FI ELD SCOTT. s Peoples, of the Star, thus pans with the old Hero: Tbat the wind may. waft him quickly to his native shores, and that Heaven may show er its choicest blessings upon him for the re rounder of his day, ia the prayer of one who has watched hij brilliant career from Ve ra Cruz to the palace of this city. J he Ksourt of Inquiry. This tribunal ad- in another column the proceedings of the Court on the 21st April. Ou the 25th, the members of the Court left the City of Mexi co. The members of the Court are all now in this citv. and will proceed to-morrow to examine the witnesses who reside here. Be sides the Court which is composed of Gen erals Towson and Cushing and Col. Belk nap Gen. Pillow, Col. Duncan (his counsel) and Capt. Ridgley (the Judge Advocate; at tend the Court. The Treaty. The views of our corres pondent, Mustang, on this subject, are per haps more reliable than anything we can gather from our files. All our officers con cur in the probability some think, absolute certainty of a speedy peace with Mexico. Pena y Pena, to make up (or the absences which stijl prevent the action of Congress, has issued a proclamation reducing the num ber of deputies necessary- to form a quorum. This is truly a Mexican device. New Mex ico, California and Yucatan are excluded, by this proclamation, from any right of represen tation. This is considered a high handed violation of the constitution; and El Pro greo of Queretarb, a strong war paper, is out against the Government for his arbitra ry proceeding. It is probable that this mea sure will be so generally distasteful that the Government will recede from it, as there really seems to be a near prospect of a quo rum without such extreme measures. Mem bers bare been elected ftom Mornelia, who it is supposed are on their way to Queretaro: and then others are about to leave Mexico. In the meantime, a ridiculous dispute his arisen respecting the escoit of Commission ers $o vier and Clifford 10 Queretaro. The Mexicans profess to be alarmed at the idea of their being escorted by American troops, and Messrs. Sevier and Clifford very proper ly insist upon selecting their own escort.- This absurb dispute, however, has been prop erly determined, as we see those efficient cprps the Rifles and 3d Dragoons, under Major Polk, have been designed as (he es cort of our Commissioners. The Mexicans were terribly frightened by a rumor that Gen. Butler and his whole Division was to vii.il them and back AJessrs. Sevier and Clifford. The opposition to the treaty seems to grow small by degrees a nd beautiful less. Bustamente is sustaining (he Government with his influence which is deservedly great. Some of the papers are still opposing the Treaty. ElProgreso is the most influen tial, as it is published in the capital. It says that "though the United States offer us twen ty millions, they take fifty from us." It ur ges various reasons why the treaty should not be ratified, and among other things says the Government is check mated placed in a position where it can neither make peace (there being no Congress) nor war. From the N. O Delta, May 9. MILITARY HEROES. Our city is at present thronged with distin guished military characters. Besides the veteran Gaines, the oldest and one of the most patriotic 1 a l i a Am a x anu wnoie-souieu orucers in ine arm J, ana "Uia Rough and Rsdjr,w.. tha first hero of this war, we have Gen. Lane, the model of a partizau offi cer, who has been so truly called "The Marion of our army;"faen. Towson, the favorite artil lery officer in Scott's army in the war of 1812, of whom the sagacious old hero is wont to say that there is no man in the .world who can clear his front as quick as Towson; Gen. Pillow who bas borne a conspicuous part in all the achievements of our army after its landing near V era Cruz.and who has displayed great zeal and energy m tne service ol his country, in a new and highly responsible position; Gen. Cushing, the accomplished and distinguised orator and politician, who only wanted the opportunity, which he eagerly sought, of showing himself as eflicientjana gallan t ip war as he has ever proved able and powerful in civil stations; Col. Bel knap, a veteran of the late war who bears up on his person the scars of those trying conflicts and brilliant achievements whih have made the Canada Line classic ground, who gained high distinction in the Florida campaigns, and at the battles on the Rio Grande nobly led the 8th In- lantly protected the rear of Gen. Scott's advan cing army, and 'with a small force of less than a thousand men, kept in subjection a city of 60,000 hostile people; Col. Duncan, to whom belongs the great praise of having strongly urged the advance of our army, after the battle pf?o Alto, and whose promptitude, skill, and daring, in the battles on the Rio Grande, and in the vajley of Mexico, have entitled him to a distinguished niche in the temple of Fame, and a blight page jn our military annals. To those officers who have just arrived in our citv. it would be uniust not to add the names sf the gallant Brooke, who is connected ; with some of the most briliant exploits of the late war, and of the intrepid Croghan, the hero of Sandusky, whose Spartm-like devotion and firmness served to redoem the cause o our country at the darkest epoch of her history; ' There are other gallant officers in cur city, but we have not space, however strong our in clination and desire may be, to notice the ser vices and deeds of all. There are many young officers who, in their respective spheres, have gained laurels of the most unfac'ing character; who have evinced qualities that would do honor to the highest command, many of them glorious eleven of Wct Point, without whom, lien, Scott saw he could have marched into the city of Mexico only by multiplying the num bers of his army by four, and whose names will be preserved in grateful remembrance by an ad miring people. LAND FOR SALE! THE undersigned will eil at private salo the souO) end oi the. south-west quarter of section 211, township 6, south of range 10 est, lj jng between the Boonville road and the city of Evansville, and within half a mile of said city. The e aiJ land, be ing 40 acres will be sold in twenty or ten aero lots, or in any other way to suit purchasers. There is a verv comfortable small tramc house, an excellent well of water, and a considerable number of jruit tree on said land. 'Hie title is perfect. Ttrmt. One-third caali and the balance in six or twelve mon tii. Persons wishing to purchase wUlapjJy to John J. Chandler, E., or to the undersign d at his residence near the premwes. tdsmaylC EMANUEL HULL. inpN. , A LARGE and general asscrttccnt ; of all sizes of Common Bar, Fiat,' Round and Square, Broad and Narrow Band, Axe and Hoe Bar, Plow Bar, Plow Moulds and slabs. Nail and small Rods, to gether with all sizes usually called for in tha above hue. Forsjlab A". LA UGH LIN, p25 ' Water t. fantrylin tne assault upon tne Mexican position; ; uooa imperial Col. Childs, the firm, steady, and indomitable i Very fine do defender of Puebla, who so faithfully and cal-1 V"o v ... -ILH-tflEJa . . ILiiUIDID), Wholesale dealer in dry Goodo, Boots, Ghoeo, Hato, v Caps, Hardware, Cutlery, Leather, &c, lg. OU WACTH SgnTTTTT, TOXXXD BOOH AEOVH rJAXTI EVANSV ILLE, IND. DRY GOODS AT WHOLESALE. TO Country Merchants.-I tskethis methol to inform Älerchsnts vwitin this City, that I am in 1 receipt of one of the largest and best assorted stock of Good ever biwtft ' v' which I enumerate Ticks, Demins, Drills, Stripes, Janes, Plantation stuffs, Osnaburgs, Ickings, Wad dings, Battings, Cotton Yams, &e. ;- ' . . .. j ' . "rf ,k- AlWhanr My assortment p brown and Meacnea favorable to buyers than at any other house in this may iu DOMESTICS! Bales 4-4 heavy Brown Sheetings, in store and forsaleby my!6 OL1VKKLADÜ. PRINTS. Cases of new styles spring Prints; 5 do Blue and Oran ze, tor sale by 50 15 may 16. OLIVEK LADD. MOSQUITO NETTING. 1 OA Pieces Mosquito Netting, just received and JLU lor sale by my 15 ULI tor sale by my 15 VERLADD. LADIES SLIPPERS and BUSKINS. OOfk Prs. Ladies slippers and Buskins of supe Ouv rior quality and style ever before brought to this market, just received and for sale by may 16. OLIVER LADD. KIP aad THICK BROGANS. Cases of Prime Kip fcrogans; b do do Boys do; 15 5 do Thick do, Forsaleby mayl6 OLIVER LADD. WALDROM SYTIIES. A Doacq superior Waldrom Grass Scythes; OvF 10 do do do Corn do; 5' do do do Brver do; Allot a superior quality for sale by may IS OLIVER LADD. SYTIIE SNATHS & PITCH FORKS. QA Dozen Lampson patent Snaths; WvF 50 do do do Common; 10 do superior Pitch Forks; For sale by may 16 OLIVER LADD SEA270'7 AIT3 STAPLE S DRY GOODS AT RETAIL, rpHE subscriber would most respectably inform I the public that his stock for the Retail Trade is full and complete, consisting of one of the best as onrtments of Fancv and Staple Dry GooJs that can I found in Evanäville. Pleuse call and examine for yourselves. Imayl6 ULIY EK L.AUD, TO THE PUBLIC. WHEN 1 advertise my stock in our Daily Jour nal, I am not in the habit of advertising dou bts or triblla that I hav? n paqdt but coaie to the quantity by referring tp my invoices of Goods pur cbas! fcast, Imay loj uuvLiiiiAJJu. TEAS! TEAS!! ALIBIS Sc HOyiS, EYHUSVillc, lau, AGENTS OF TUJi NEW YORK CJLXTSOXJ TZLO. COSSPAXTCT. The Oldest Ttß Establishment in America. rpiIE Canton Tea Company has been popularly JL known for many years. This is the largest and oldest Tea Establishment in America. The public have bad mil proot of their integrity and responsi bility. But such has been the great and pressing de mand for (heir Teas of late, that they have been obi i- gea io enlarge, 10 a great extent, ineir two principle establishments in iew York, viz: 123 Chatham Sc 163 Greenwich Streets. They moreover possess facilities, in relation to the Tea trade, in a very abundant degree, and doubtless superior to any other lea Concern in America. Their scrupulous regard to all principles that tend io eierate tb character ot a large house, is well ua derstood, and has already j roc u red them a connec tion, probably, larger than all other Tea establish' ments united, and they consequently an determined to 6cll tea purer, more fragrant, and perfect for the price, in the aggregate, than any house in the world iuna exceptea. They most zealously invitethe attention of the in habitants of this city and surrounding country to their agency Mrssrs. Allis & Howls', where the Joiiowin z assortments are always on hand; and they i feel no hesit ition in statin?, that wherever a f ingle trial is made, a very decided prelerence is given to the celebrated leasot the Unnton lealompany. Reader make the experiment. Retail prices at follow, tubject in all cote to be re turned if not approved of. GREENS. Good oung Hyson .0 50 P ft 1' ine do do No 2 fragrant do No 'i very fine do Silver Leaf, do Good Hyson o 62 0 75 1 00 1 23 0 75 1 00 1 25 O 50 0 75 1 00 1 25 0 75 1 00 1 25 Very fine do Extra fragrant Good Hyson skin it Good Gunpowdei rino no Extra fine do BLACKS. No 1 Souchong 0 50 O 62 0 75 No 3 do t tt Finest do Fragrant Powchong, various prices Congo, various prices Fine Oolong Very fine do ,. .... . Extra fine do Ningyong, various prices Finest English Breakfast Tea. (very rich Pekoe flavor? .,, , O 50 0 75 1 00 tt tt tt 0 75 0 62 1 00 1 00 Fine Orange Pekoe tt it Jjnest Pekoe Flowers... Howqua, or finest Black Ten imported . . Ne pins ultra Teas, both Green and Black, of all descriptions, the highest grades grown in China, $1,50 per pound. TAKE NOTICE. The Canton Tea Company are the exclusive venders of the superior Black Tea called "Howqun's Mixture. They introduced it n America in 1S10 and every other person or house professing to sell the same at 11 much less at a low er price deceive the unwary, as the public them selves wjll percieve, by comparing the rpurious with the genuine 'HotvquV vcndtxl by the Canton Tea Company, Every packggc (in addition to its containing full weight, independent of the wrapper.) bear the stamp of neatness and elegance, and the Teas therein are so thoroughly secured from light and air, that their quality and power will remain unimpaired in any cli mate, my 13 ALLIS & HOWES, Agents. BOY WA.VTED. GOOD steady German hd, (one from the conn try would bo preferred) who can Deak talera- A Lle English, can get a first rae tituarjon by applying io imy lo-Jtj .u..u. v ALfiLtv. CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS. AND SHOES AT AUCTION. WE will sell at the City Auction Rooms, com mencing on Tuesday the 6th of May, and con tinuing from day today until all ore sold a lärm ami Juncral assortment of clothing, consisting ot Cloth, cans, Tweed and Linen Coats; Cassimcrc, Jeans, Tweed; Linen and Cotton Pa its; vests, shirts draw -ers, &.C.. JL.--. 17o, 10 cases Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, Hardware, Ace.', The above lot belonging to a person who is about to chango his businoss, the sa'.e, therefore, is positive and without reserve, and will be sold in lots to suit purchasers. - JWThe public are invited to attend at 10 o'clock a.m. 1 , WOOLS E Y & NELSON, ,, may ju-ou , Jluct, ioncer$. . HYDRAULIC CEMENT. AIULLsuply of this article fresh from the mills, together wi;h the best of Roach Lime. ror caio ny tueiiam-l. A. LAUGHLIN. ap .' I UUIIUVnUCI Watrr street. , "V Tr rV Mv bleVheä city. OLIVER LADD. SADDLF-f HARNESS AND TRUNK HAOTrAOTOIlY. J. P. ELLIOTT, (Sucres- fT5TI ,or to W. M. o- J. P EUott,) J rr- t will continue the above business at the r IT If old stand. Main street, EvansvjUe. lie will always keep on hand a constant supply 1 Saddles, Bridles; Trunks, &c. &c. of the best workmsnship, which he offers at wholesale or retail at the lowest pnee. ' Also A great varietylof Trimmings used bySad dlors. Harness-makers, and Trunk Manufacturers. In addition to my former stock of materials l have just received a very large and general assort ment of- '' SaddloTreos, of all kinds; Skirting, Harness and Bridle Leather, .. " Hog skin seating; Calfskin do; - Unat. tin vru virictv? Bridle Bitts and Buckles, all kinds; Stirrup Irons, &,c, &c. Riding, Buggy and Wagon Whips, Together with all articles in my line, at wholesale ana retail. - Persons dealing in the above articles will find it to their advantage to call and examine my stock. . All orders promptly attended io at the shortest no tice. . may Vly ' J.' P. ELLIOTT JUST Received this day by express, ofew case? of mens fine Calf monroes and M issest Laced Boots and a variety of childrens shoes, &c, &c. may 9. W. R. BAKER, No 22 main street. PAPER HANGINGS. PIECES Wall Paper, new styles; 200 u Satin faced: 250 100 " New styles 4-4 Window Paper; Ju9t received and for sale low by , my 6- - J. IL MAGHEB & CO. INDIA MATTINGS. F!S Inrlia Rtrnw Mattinrq. ust received and for sale lowlty my 6 J. 11. MAGHEE & CO. MOSQUITO NETTINGS. OA A PIECES Assorted Mosquito Nettings; ßßi j ust received and dr sale low hv my 6 J. II. MAGHEE & CO. BOOTS AND SHOES. 1 AA CAS 13 Boots and Shoes, , JLVF vf Just received and for sale at whoiMaUt pri o s by my 6 J, II MAÜIIEE & OX , STEEL, A LARGE and general stock of the best Brands of American Blister, English Blister, German and English Sheer, brad and narrow Spring, and all sizes ot flat and squared Cast Steel, Axs Temper. Forsaleby A LAI'UIILIN, ap 25 - . - . , Water street. St CAR and MOLASES. 1UO llhds New Orleans Sugar; 250 Bp!? do do Molasses; '. 40 1 do do do do; . 1 25 Bbls Sugar House Molasses Polka brand; - 25 1 Bbls do do do do do. Forsaleby. A. LAI'UHLIN, ap 25 Water street, BLACKSMITH'S TOOLS. ? A FULL and general assortment of every thing in that line, namely : An vils, Belfüws, Vices, Screw Plates, Rasp. Files and Urates. For sale by A. LAUGHLIN. . .ap25 - . . Water street FRESH ARRIVALS OF NEW GOODS BY KBCESEN & MOIIGAN, ; ' ; No. 25, .Va Street. Evansville. Ia, Oft ft riECES sup. American and English Prints; rmJJ 50 do Painted Lawns, at from 121 to 25e; 20 do Ginshams - , , 10 do do Lawns; 10 do black and col M Drt-ss Silks ' - - ' 2u dn summer nawis and iscarts; - 5 do Victoria Skirts; 20 ps. beautiful summer Vesting; 10 do col'd and white Linen Drill; 1 do Linen sheeting 12 qrswide; 10 do Cloth and Casimerc; 53 do Ribbons; - " . 3 do Carpeting; 10 dox. blk and white Kid Gloves; 10 do superior Bonnets; ,J. JO do Pic Nie Gloves; 1 --.. 20 do Shawls and Scarfs; -23 do Hosiery, Misses' -Lad v', Childrcns'; - 10 cases BooU and Shoes; - 5 do Hats; $ ; 1 doz. Panama, sup. article; 2 do I'chorn. do tk . 1 and ? And many other articles which we will beharmv to. show you by calling. Tlie goods have been bought at a great sacrifice in the Eastern markets and will be sold accordingly low - - II' r ii i- - i. .. f e respecuuuy soucit a can, as we are satisnea we can please as to Quality and the rice hall be no object. . may 4 OH TO.NS assorted Hod an1 Bar Iron;' ' em3 100 keirs assorted Juniata Nail?: 25 bundles spring Steel; 1 5 do Hirer do; ; 1 rasi Ytr"i C-iiKt tin- ' - - - . r. : ' .v i 1 lowslalm, boiler and sheet Iron; ' " J Rasps. Files. and Door I atchei. ":: t Which, together with oar former clock ' niakrä t- ' complete. For sale low by may 9. "V. A. LAUGHLIN, Water street. , : JUST RECEIVED, fir A KEGS Pure white Lead; 10 bbls Linseed Oil; 5 do Turpentine; y 25 boxes 8-10 Window Gla??, v For rale low by A. LAUGHLIN, ; maY Water street. i -1 INDIANA IIAI.T.nv A. Ilnnbntd. This Hotel is situated at the foot of Diviion CCS moderate and accommodations excellent, mv 10 , DAGUERREOTYPE NOTICE. ' j iiiiiinii una iLiuiuru una t;:i)f l rtruialit jL.two weeks linger; and would inform those per- r pons who wi?h miniatures to give him an early call. as other engngements will prevent his remaining be- 1 yond that period. Aly room is now open lor the re ception of visit jrs at the Exchange Hotel. - ' may l. - , . - TANNERS OIL. T) fi BBLS Tnnners Oil ju? t received and for sale ty iicü'-i ULUKLkfiiKKAMEU., TVTOTICE is hereby ' civen. that nii ill. ?r,tS .Um Xl of April, a. n. IBIS, a writ of Foreign Attach ment was tailed by me, Jutiah Jones, a Justice of uie peace ot tne county ot Warrick, at the instance and upon the tffidavit of Rowland S. Ellis, against " the goods and chattels, credits and effects of Laken ' p. Baker, by virtue whereof the sum of fifty -seven dollars and sixty-eight cents has been garnifheed in the hands of Joel W site B. Moore, which belongs to the Mid Lakin D. Baker, and that on the 18th day of November, A. D. 1S48. at 1 o'clock in the afternoon. at my ouicc, in uecnville, m said county, 1 will pro. cecd to hear and decide upon the claim of the said Rowland S. Ellis, whereof the said Lakin D. Baker, and all other persons concerned will take notice. , - JOSIAH JONES, may 3t Ju$ii'T of t!t Peace. 23 1 from the puMi-ation office. . .