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"MISTED ASD JX' BUSH ED 1JY WM. H. CHANDLER & CO. Th DAIZ.T JoCTLXALia published evenr mnrninr (Mondays excepted) at 10 cent per week, payable 10 i im Wik, or o w per annum, payable in - 1UTUIC1. . FOR PRESIDENT: ZACXZAZLIT 7217X1 OH. WHIO ELECTORAL TICKET. SESATOBtAX. ELECTORS. JOSEPH O. MARSHALL, of Jefferson. GODLOVE S. ORTH, of Tippecanoe. :: DICTBICT ELECTORS. ' - at DisU-JoBH Pitches, of Posey. J oiis S. Davis, oi Floyd. Milton Greco, of Dearborn. . David P. Holloway, of Wayne. Thomas D. Walpole, of Hancock Loveix II. Rousseau, of Greene. Edward W. McG cachet, of Park James F. Scrr, of Clinton. Daniel D. Pbatt, of Cass.' David Kilgobk, ofDelaware, 2d 3d 4;h 5tK 6th 7th Cth 9th 10th" CITY OF ETANSTILLE: SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 20. 1 1 i na a tLTiue woturaea Drote ground on our wharf on yesterday. As soon as the water fall sufficiently it is the intention of the con tractors to place a large uumber of hands on the work and rush it through to completion. Certainly two, and perhaps three blocks, will be finished this summer. (Q-We learn that the lightning struck the residence of Dr. Woolsey on Tuesday, but did no material damage. Political Fbatbasizixo. Among the del- agates to the Locofoco National Convention at Baltimore, we find announced Francis P. Blair late editor of the Globe, from the 1st District of Maryland, and Henry A. Wise, from the Accomac District, of Virginia. The fratraniz ingof these two whilom opponent will be a light worth seeing. Alabama. It is stated that several marble quarries bare been recently opened in Talle lega county, and that competent judges have pronounced ithe marble tobe the finest which hasyetbeenibund in 'America. Some of the quarries furakh white, and others variegated .marble, finely adapted for mantles, furniture, -Letters front Yccatan to the 14th of April, state that the Iadians have elected a King, un der the name of Tululxiu, which was the .name of their King or Chief before the conquest of the Spaniards. He was crowned in the fa mous ruins, of Qhichen Itza on the 9th of April. f Connecticut Senators. A caucus of the Whig merabenof the Connecticut Legislature ;have agreed qpon Roger S. Baldwinand Tru tman Smith as their candidates for the United -States Senate. As the Whigs hare a majority in both branches of the Legislature, the nomi nation. is equivalent to the election. National Washington Monument. We have already noticed the design of the A&soci ation to lay the' corner stone of the Washing ton Monument on the 4th of July next, and we now team that a committee has been ap pointed to make arrangements for thjs occa sion. This committee has issued an Address upon the subject which appeals directly to the patriotism and to the heart of every American citizen. This Address says: Thoughout this wide country, every one is or ought to be, emulous to unite in this lasting toten oi veneration, which is to aid in trans mining to posterity the memory of him whose fame ha spread throughout the world, and whose uame is made the watchword in erery struggle for liberty. We therefore deem it ex pedient looking to the concourse which wil assemble in this city to learn by correspond ence, as far as practicable, what can be done to render the ceremonies imposing, and suited to an ooject so august. With this view, we de sire to receive from every Dart of the Union in formation as to the number , of persons who will be here; and whether they will come as associations, civil or military. We inTite the citizens ot the States to co operate with us m the general design which wenowsuDrait, As the monument is national, ä delegation is requested from each S'ate and Territory. with a banner inscribed with the ereat seal of ineouue, ana some otner.appropnate device, to oe nereaner aeposiieu in tne monument. with a suitable inscription to perpetuate to the latest posterity a knowledge of their origin and use, and the names and services of the ddea tions that bore them. If wrought br females. their names to be recorded and perpetuated in the same manner with statementsof the t im ana places ot presentation to the respective delegations. . . A military corp is invited from each State. so as io lurra, wceu united, one ereat military and civic procession. Washington was "first in war, nrst in peace, and first in the hearts of t. mm m m . nis countrymen. ixmiDined with these, we iiiuLAjc iu iuiiu iu me 1'nx.csaion me ma&omc. odd fellows, firemen's, and temperance associ ations, the various trades and pursuits, with proper devices and banners. Literary and scientific associations are invited toattend, to gether with the schools of the District, under the care of their respective teachers. The dif ferent State delegations, military corps, socie ties, associations, and schools, are requested to hand to the marshal I a roll containing the name of each person in attendance, to be re corded and perpetuated as in other cases. As the board of managers cousider the fund contributed by our liberal and patriotic fellow citizens for the erection of the monument too sacred to be diverted and expended for any other object, we can only promise the visiters on that day a hearty welcome, good water and beautiful grounds for encampment. The editors and publishers of newspapers throughout the United States are reouested to publish this communication, and are invited toattend the ceremony of lavine the corner stone of the monument, and 'to bring with them one number of their paper containing this article, to be deposited in the monument! I a personal attendance shall be inconvenient. they will be pleased tosend their general agent as soon a practicable, thatseas- onaoie auangementa. may be. made for their being placed in the monument. To carry out this eeneral desizn. we earneat. y desire communications from e verms rt nf the Union, without delay to be addressed to Elisha Whittlesey, general agent, who will de liver them to Joseph H. Bradley, chief mar-shal. Aich Henderson, Chairman. M. F. Macry, W. Lekox, Jbs. H. Bbadlit. . Result o- the Virginia Election. In th Out Senate of the Virginia Legislature, the uaus majority oi iu. in the next :Senate they will have a majority of 12. On joint ballot, the democratic majority will be Union of Roman Cathouc asdProtestans. In Germany, (as appears from European pa pers,) the cause of religious liberty is especial ly advanced by political revolution. At Vi .1 I Vrr , . CUU4 luciuuiuiunui amerences oi creed in respect of political right was one of the earli est of the popular rally cries. Thus about fourscore notables of the city of Augsburg, half Roman Catholics and half Protestants, having met to establish a common understanding res pecting the communial elections and adminis tration, resolved to put an end to religious quarrels by an equal division of functions for the future a decision which was afterward of ficially confirmed. Hasd Wobk. After the excitement of the Chartist Demonstration on Monday, 10th o April. Mr. Fergus O'Connor attended and f --w u . spoke in the House of Commons. Before the debate v as through, however, it seems, he sank o wn with fatigue, and was found fast - teep on one of the benches, just after a vote had been , taken on a minor question. His case was reported to the Speaker, and he was awakened and required to vote. The Honor able member voted with the Ayes, which caus ed rr ach merriment, it being contrary to his furcwr vote and on the aide of Ministry. J Tmi Wiho National Convention. We ' jja from the Philadelphia papers that the fol lowing arrangements have been adopted in re lationtotbe Whiz National Convention of Nomination, and the Whig Young Men's Con vention Of Ratification. . A committee will be in attendance at the vk;.v..j:..D xt t. fn',1 iwouing ftwuui, c. corner 01 on ui a uu Chesnut streets, from the 5th of June, between the hours of 10 and 12 B. M., and 8 to 10 P. M. to register the names of the members of the nuutiuatiuu ivu ciiuuu, aiiu lutctcilC Uiciil on behalf of the Whigs of Philadelphia. The upper saloon of the Museum Building, Ninth st. below Chestnut, has been eugaged for the use of the dominating Convention, which will assemble a that place at 11 A. M., on Wednesday, the 7th day of June. The Whig Young Men's National Conven tion of Ratification will b held in Indepen dence Square. oa Thursday, the Sth day of June. . Measures are in progress to provide for the puTpe accommodations of the guest of the ci ty on the 7ih and Sih of June. 'Let the coward shrink aside. We'll have our own again; Let the crawling slave deride, Here's fur our own again. Let the tyrant bribe and lie, Marek. threaten,brri7yk Loose his lawyer ar.d his spy, Yet we'll have our own again. Let him soothe in silken tone, Scold from a foreign throne; Let him come with bugles blown. We hall nave our own again. Let the game be fairly tried, We'll have our own again. THE FEELING IN IRELAND. 1 Additional Items by the unttannia. At a Repeal Meeting in Killarney. Mr. Law-1 Denmark, and Holstein. The accounts re- ler introduced, the iollowiog Tines into hiajceived from the continent, day after day, tend speech: . I more and more to complicate ine unionunate CCilV MiVU UaiC UkUIItu SU .Avil... Schleswig, with rezard to the misunderstand ing at present existing between these duchies and their sovereign King of Denmark, as well as to threaten most seriously the peace 01 Eu rope. The whole of the German confederation is compromised by the injudicious first act of the King U Prussia, and are called upon to take up arms against Denmark. Va the side of Denmark no actual collision has yet taken place, except between the Danish troops and the insurgent Schleswig-Holsteiners. m . Mr.Bourke on the same occasion, quoted of war tnd after a 8Da slru2Kiefor the the following lines: I blood of both nations is thourouRhly aroused TKw Knnl nnfii-fli. thuv h.nn Mr is... tW succeeded in routing their opponents and ma trod ua into earth. I king themselves master of the duchy. On the And while we bore with passive hearts, our patience! 10th inst., a fierce battle was fought nearFIens- waatneirmirtn, I burg, in which the Danes, bavins a decided but tv have br we superiority in numbers, as well as in their car- Thia war ia thrown work .nnntt.'rirnrV i airy ana anuiery, toe öciiieswig-aoistein ar on tneir neao. I ray was aeieaieu, ana compeuea 10 retreat to The "Nationen a leading editorial says: "Ourg. lüe liolsteiners, 10,000 strong, V I retired on Bau from Flensburg, dislodged by Thank God! we are to b troubled no morol the Dreoarations for a bombardment from th wun pnanwms oi -ameiioraiion-and "equal-1 harbour, which was full of Danish gun boats. uy. iae unproaucuve aesertoithe last twe But the Danes came on in superior numbers. years, where promise rose on promise like waves land drove all before them, despite a stubborn ui uancu sauu, w past, sua we nave reached I resistance. the skirts of a firm land fit for ftehtinwon. I Two German reeiments were almost anni Uur imperial rulers have made the true cause! hilated. and the killed on each side were more of quarrel conspicuous as a tower: ther have than 2,000: 750 insurgents were taken prison- struck down every right, or pretence of right,! ers. After their victory, the Danes pushed which they might derive by crown, or compact. I southwards, and entered Schleswis at two in and have revived, as their banner, the ancient the morning of the 11th. The Danish troops claim of conquest. in Schleswig are now 20,000. The Prussians lhe time of the sword has come, the cant of! remain on the Holstein frontier, increasine the constitution is obsolete a Ogham stones, their numbers. Their force now amounts to wmi, .uu mu wun iiui ine rcii-io.wu lniantrv. 10 wnicn win rw aiuipn Rnmi gious spirit of this people, like the cJoak of the cavalry, so that, altogether, this contingent Crusade r, carries beneath its cross a soldiers torce, when ronccntra.ed in Holstein, will neart ana warnte equipage. we love not amount to about 10.000 men of all arms. the Prospect Of civil war. but our dread nf it is I CorresDondence from Rendsburg of the 14th dead it died in the Famine. It is time for! inst. mentions ä report that a skirmish had ta- Ireland to strike; she has negotiated in vain ken place at Windebre. and that forty Danes for half a century. In her name we choose I had been made prisoners. The Danes had aoxl we beseech Heaven to sustain and bless our moved the greater part of the troops which they choice civil war, rather than submission to had concentrated at Schleswig: amounting in English tyranny! We choose this course with all to 8,000 men, to Dannevirke, at a distance deliberation, and after full reflection on all the of half a German mile from Schleswig, mi th duties which attach to us, m our generation, I Rendsburg ide. On the 13th inst., the King ana we can on tne people to prepare lor the I oi .uenmarK, escorted Dy two squadrons ot dra battle. England has thrown down her eause! I Koons. and one of cuirassiers, arrived at 5v-hW Thus Ireland takes it up. I wig from Flensburg, and passed his troops in The Freeman' Journal, in reply to Lord review Dut "turned to Flensburg in the after- John Russell's threat that he will .,ut rWn noon: ne n? lrooPs arc " he com- "I mannen hvlien. Vnn Herlormann tne epeaiers oy torce, noids this lan- A flag of truce, scat to the Danish quarters guage: by the Prussian Colonel Bonin, is stated to To their menar.-nf.m. hnA. aAhx(r nought a reply that the Prussian troops swer, remember we are millions. To their iii?" .r rV"T' .KlTSiA 1U lue. "m o7 OI .rmed faction we oppose, the resolve of a peo- ?K 2,.?! Die. V Men thevallr with TtritUh ,rm. th. ' nvuiuucuaic noi, lue murder knif of the Delahunts, and the Clären- .f c.? ". f'ein,e.r? 8 laed to. Katt" don pikes of the perjured spies arm their hirelings against the p Aihaa and Iipaa rf m m .am J m... . . 1 . v.m.u ...uA uuiKcu.iy oim uut peupic Schleswig ronertie uZ " pUce on lhe Schleswig side of the Eider, on roperties, Uo-,i, i r n u . i . "'' un uau iiuiu xcuuauur w iae town ot vmvs ivuuuii ur.biajcu iiiai nie uirllLaui I a i va . constitutional question are not to be discussed mp, r""S ,7 J ine ,nafn?DurSf volunteers in the senate house, but in the field-when p&Ä arms are sent from Enzland bv the Government hcrdet during the night of the 12th inst., : . ii . .... I auu in tneir contusion thev fired on earn nther. the Irish gentry wilt they be coVsenting parties w&Ir? .i n Tk 1Ianhoverian a to this procedure-will they aid and abet the ÜÄ"!' flienlursers .ha7e eptcre.d ltl iBLCiu. aiiti tu urir rriisxian rpinmnvmpnia nirp Hon. R.W. Thompson. This talented and eloquent Orator, recently visited Connecticut. ana while there, was induced to address a lare meeting of Whigs which assembled at New Haven. The Palladium of the 2511 inst., thus notices the meeting and the effort of Mr. Th JMrsox: "The Whig meeting of yesterday it is conce- ded by all, was never equalled in numbers and enthusiasm in this city. The seats in the Ex change were nearly all taken out of the Hall. so as to afford the greatest possible amount of room to all who might be present, and the peo ple were iure a solidness both on the lower fleor and in the gallery. Hon. Wm. Board- man was in the chair, and introduced ia a hap py manner, first, Hon. R. W. Thompson to the audience, who was received with three times three cheers, which were given with an earnestness, that showed that the distinguish ed stranger and truly eloquent orator was wel comed with all the heart. He kept the earn est attention of the audience, for more than two hours by a-speech that could hardly be ex ceiled by any living man. If that was a spe cimen of Western eloquence, then western men are among the most eloquent and power lul to be found in the world. There was not a a coarse expression in the whole of tha speech but it was all in polished lines, all radiant with the fire which will glow in the heart long after the actor has passed from our midst, and will live in the memory whenever the events reviewed are recurred to by any present. He spoke the voice of true patriotism, which can not but produce all the effect desired by those who believe that the cause he advocated was the cause of Truth, of JcsicE.of Freedom and Humaxitt. We wish we could follow him in his expo sure of the inconsistencies, the profligacy and recklessness of this Administration. It was, it is true, a humiliating picture for American freemen to gaze upon, but there was a necessi ty for the exhibition, and good must come of it. Uuring the whole progress of this able ad dress, the audience were electrified with the elegant tones of the speaker. He swayed their f-jlin n with a m ttimi n' uranrl rntw citing their deepest indignation, now stirring their highest admiration, and now again touch ing the finest and most tender sensibility of the soul. Richard W. Thompson is truly an Orator, Asa -Western man, he "walked" straight into New England hearts. He said he J . 1 T . T' lJ "1 .IL . 1 never toucnea new ZtUgiana sou until tne aay previous but he must have been of New Eng land parents, and be told the people that he had beeneducatfd by a New.. England; (yes a New Haven) instructor. Yankees may well be proud to heil such Western neu as broth ers. limes nuts it. the street nf our r-it! At ,k .w.m.i j i- V- ,jP nuence is constantly with civic blood," and a licentious soldiery mncea of lhe ,1-4. let lon. imSri th?r H,im. I ances ox tne populace, - ...w.. iiviui... tuat .Unnau iuicri ; l i l . try into insurrection and anarrhr. that tt. V trough Uamburgron Üieir way to r - J a KanMLKii pi $lh Int t rest 3" may be advanced br perpetual- Financial Co.tiov or f. v, ,,. nrin 1 1 n 1 fin r i . " . r ' .1 .k..i . it 1 . 1 This isa Question which the Irish centrr. an4 "6"l",,,ucll"rauo? "ien place in credit rUh rv,n,, j i.:.k ...u ... wl wuuutu uiruuguoui x.urope. in France iHuiuiajouu.iuuiiiw tiaucia. auu u i a uii 1 1 : 1 1 . . 1 1 . to themselves without deW Wht i...th ,-uulu.lc?w " wiupieu; stand, ana tne un eained by the Union? What will thev henefi't '"7. " u,u ?DP Ter uie. nanciai posi v . . 1 I if in ni ine. rennniir niiun nra nH.. by its perpetuation, that thev shou d consent I " Clr": 1 to make. their mttntrr th .h.tr- r In "l-T "S Ie1 ?r ine ,ulure. ine paper cur- aw , V wa Villi Viaaal mm.b 1 v . m they prepared to submit tothis, to have, as the t nor,lnr 0 - e i' checked by the disturb and the same thing pre- est may be subserved at the cost of all that hu- V" . "J wmmV lowniurougn man A W VI L.U J it w r . I -""-' . v uiauc auu uuuurauie mrn ooia aean 11 noil x"., n . u . ' now is their time to sueak. now. ere it he !j , . F'omJ Hambu merchants write with great LATE 1 1 uesponaencv. ine next accounts irom mat Quarter arc looxea inr wun prpai nnxieiv. J Bank of Discount is being formed at Brussels, lord John Rcssell. A letter from the cor- classes connected with trade. The same prin- respondent of the New York Courier, under ciples will be brought into play at Cbarleroi date of 14th of April,' has these paragraphs: d Luxembourg, lhe capital 1 to be guaran ty a t u T3 . , .... teed, and Government will be applied to to Lord John Russell is clearly behind the age. grant a license for twenty-five years. . Mv vru,v.. vu wc auwctfc uicn 1 nave repeal- liusiness is improving in Belgium, edly expressed gains daily confirmation. Had increase if the BeUiansare nermitted I ; . " - . " m Slalea. ms nlen- t peace. The last accounts of the Bank of Hüll IÜ SCI OSiae Uie present UDDODU ar income nkmiint mntinn tn h nfsrnrahle. The. iU'n 5mr!ni!l t VLfFR' Us had he circu ,ation 6hows increase of 320,000, the even proposed to modify the system of a ppor- specie a diminution of JCISO.OOO. The Trca- gi iv 1 lmpost; öad he brouSht for W deposits hare been reduced 210,000 and liXimihSl nf l::3.Atii 1? J"00." private debits are also less 148,000.- ..wr....w.w v. vV uw .u a teruiin amount ine necessity of advancing 2,000,000 to the k0!!".!00-1?!"863 l.he State; but Government has diminished the power of the kX r::r" " f xiena. xc e,ctTe franchise Bank to discount so large a sum of commercial uj v.cv,uk uicr out oi every man liable to bills as before, the present week's a hJJSÄIS'L diminution of JC983.000 ov r -M.uu, uuae repeal ot the preceding. union as to nave allowed of an Irish Parlia- The Finance Minister has not come to any men t in Dublin. vhir ih mAmk... i. ? r t . .t .. ' i.,, , . . , , v..MWa ungut I unsi ueiermiuaiion auoui me expropriation on nave spoken to their hearts' content (or eateu the railways, Paris during the week having each other un if thev liked it- dertaken toailor one stege of every bill in its the general impression prevails that the Gov- rT?i T 6- ",!wuieBl ,w upon ernment meditates carrying into effect some oy Daiiot, ne might have trained creat nnnularl - tla x c a a l vwujuivHsuoiiw ositnu Vi nie AlliU X HC UC strength and would have shown some states- oer cent, rents are about f fit On- th th mani me genius. But has been merely solid- f 41 75. ' lous to onng iorward tnose measures which Naples. Accounts from Nanle fn th. Rth inst. have been received. The King, as was dorn fall tn th Int nf.n . T" I . "t miuiii uuau.c to - v. v u b iiuic i.itiui3ier. rpuiat im wnn imi. nn ; . i.. k . 7Ui, announcing his intention, notwithstand arm her vast population, and Danish vessels, have appeared off Stettin and Swinemunbe, evidently with hostile intentions, and no par ticular changes have occurred in Holland or Belgium. Chartist Meetisqs. Meetings in favor of the charter have been held during tne past week in almost every town of note in England and Scotland. The convention has adjourned, after appointing deputations to visit the provinces ol England and Ireland, and adopted a petition to tne uueen, praying tire dismissal ox minis ters. The Austrian government has ordered the Jesuits to quit Pintz. This step has given con siderablelsatisfaction to the Kornau Catholic population. -The overland mail by an extraordinary ex press, in anticipation of the overland mail which reached bur office at a latehour last night, we have received intelligence from Cal cutta to the 7th, and Bombay to the 15th of March. The papers are almost wholly devoid 01 political intelligence, mum is trauquu throughout. -Germaxt. Some four or five hundred Frenchmen had invaded Slilferjoch, and had marched to the top of Fraucois. Troops were sent to dislodge them. In Baden the people threatened to rise to prevent the 8th corps of the Federal army from entering the country. In Hesse-Cassel they were by the last accounts in open revolt. Everywhere the fermentation is extreme. From the north of Germany are sad accounts of an incendiary insurrection in the kingdom of Saxony, which the government have not as yet been able to put down. London, April 22d. The wars and general commotion on the con tinent have not assumed a less alarming aspect than on the day of our last week's publication. The hostilities going on in Schleswig-Holstein and Lombardy, naturally occupy most atten tion; but the universal disruption of society in almost every quarter of Europe, forbids the nope mat matters can resume tiieir ordinary Eeaceful course for a long time to come. In lombardy, Charles Albert has not abolished his head-quarters since the last engagement at Vol ta, on the bank of the Mincio. In Prussia there seems a growing feeling that the Polish Prussian provinces should be relin quished, but the uncertainty which prevails respecting tne movements 01 itussia, leave an these questions, which virtually affect the po- iiticai existence or eastern Europe, ir. a state of obeyance. 1 L 1 A Card ITIa&iiolia Restaurant! TYTR Editor At the solicitation ol a portion of JLVX my patrons, and at their suggestion, tne tgle Kecess will in future be known by by the name of 'Magnolia Resturant.1 Also, through the columns of your popular morning daily, I wish to return my most cordial, warm and sincere thanks to the citi zens of this city, for the heretefore very liberal pat ronage extended me; and having thoroughly refit ted my Resturant Exchange, Ice Cream and Lemon ade Saloons, (each distinct and seperate;) and having secured the Bervices of a French cook, theood irr, epicures, citizens and strangers oiour growing city, may depend upon having their various taste and wants supplied in the most princely and magnificent manner, and not to be aurpassed in the city, every thing will be served as near as our market will admit in the Northern Attor, or Southern Magnolia style. Come along gents, French, upper fen citizens and strangers, whether as the b'hoys in a earcastic manner would eay if you belong to the band box, aristocratic, rutlle bosom gentry of our city, or, whether yon move or walk in more praise-worthy bu- humbler spheres of life of the "Mocosin Boys," all are welcome atth Magnolia Restaurant. ßär Remember every exertion 6hall be used to to please, and prices will be in accordance and keep ing with the times. raayl"-tf JAMES CARTER, Proprietor. . 24 Honrs in advance of ÄH-theMaiI.-FreshFish, Crabs JJ young bquirrels. Oysters, Sardines, Chickens.SCf Turkeys, Ducks, flam, Turtle Soupj Vegetables of every description, with an almost endless variety of eatables and drinkables which an English nobleman mignt be proud to boast ot; at tne Magnolia Kestau- ant. iraaylöj J Aö. LAKl L.K., rropnetor. Ice Creams, Lemonades, Cakes, icf Served in the most 6tiperb and fashionable iJ ' style and manner and with lightning dispatch, war ranted equal if not superior to any in the city, at the mum 1. -m 1 a .uagnoua ice ureant ana Xjcmonaae oaioon. may 18. JAS. (JAKi LK. TEAS! TEAS!! ALL1S &. HOWES, Evansvillc, Io., AGENTS OF THE NEW YORK CAIXTOX? TTJA COEXPAXTIT. The Oldest Tea Establishment in America, Scenes ix Ireland. A Horrible Story. The following is cop ed verbatim from lhe Limerick and CI re Ex immer, Ireland: "A singular instance of maternal affection and melancholy misery occurred in this ciiyj a lew days since. A widow, who, unfottuii ately for them was the mother of six chil dren, found refuge iu a dilapidated dwelling lanes, 1 lie youngest ol her children fell ill and die J. The whole fami ly were in a state ufilie utmost destitution. and the disease rapidly mastered iho oiin' orphan's energies. A coffin was beoyed. Cofho and coipse wuuld have been borne, perhaps, without the motliei'd assistance, to some giave yard near. But she lud lived at THE Canton Tea Company has been popularlr. known for many years. This is the lnreest and oldest Tea Establishment in America. The publie have had full proof of their integrity and responsi bility. But euch has been the great and pressing de mand for their Teas of late, that thev have been obli ged to enlarge, to a great extent, their two principle establishments in New York, vii: 125 Chatham & 163 Greenwich Streets. They moreover possess facilities, in relation to the Tea trade, in a very abundant degree, and doubtless superior to any other Tea Concern in America. Their scrupulous regard to all principles that tend to elevate the character of a larce house, ia well un- l derstood, and has already procured them a connec tion, probably, larger than all other 1 ea establish ments united, and they consequently an determined to seil ten purer, more fragrant, and perfect for the price? in the aggregate, than any house in the world China excepted. - They most zealously invite the attention oi the in habitants of this city and surrounding country to. their agency Messrs. Ams & Hoves', where the following assortments are always on hand; and they feel no hesitation in statinr, that wherever a single trial is made, a very decided preference is given to the celebrated Teas of the Canton Tea Company. SCrKcader make the experiment. lit tail prices as follows, subject in all case to be re turned if not approved of. tilt LEAS. " Good Young Hyson $0 50 and will permitted to remain mount . a over the SprnrAintiiimjIn,; f w . . me pupuiar impulse against trie AUS- ht th?nl. Iu ? ?fUlr Pf86"1811, trians, and had issued a proclamation on the he thinks onlyof bringing forward measures 7tli. announcing hi. intention. nnncith.t.nrL GoveVnmlnt nrS?AA m0alh? g in thi inß the "nients of the Sicilian question, SSS"!?.1.0?' Md "ol eia 10 n- to lete all the resources of that State to the tuauzo wuica iias come over expulsion of i men a minds since the advent cf republican Lombardy. ' ideas in Tans. He moves on in the same mill Poutn uw uk grea Cuange wnicn lias come over expulsion of the German armv from the soil of . Pnr.wn Tl,. D-l U 1.- 1 . 1 ...A r , I . : I m.vM. xue a uica wuu uau uKen up arms . iYli rCiZJt i. j M'c6"''uuu tuuLcjueu, naa evacuated oenroda, and were shut up, by as if his blood had never been the excited Sr stirring events of the da. I repeat he is ilearly behincftlieage. the Prussian forces, at Wreechen, near the Rus sian frontier. They, however, showed no dis position to yield, and a sanguinary conflict was expected. A letter dated Posen, April 1 5th," contains the following: It is said that the Germans and Jews have attacked 23 Polish proprietors, who were pro ceeding to this place with 35 horses, in prepa- Gejt. Scott. The Harrisburg Telegraph in timates very distinctly, that Gen. Scott will not consent to be a candidate for Vice Presi dent, and fcives for authority the General him- ration for a war against Russia. Thev were self. I despoiled of their horses and monev. Twelve of the Poles were cut to pieces, and ten, who IUt.,i. c:.u :.. I ll,au ucm v uunuea, were iasienea witn cords. jiiiihu juuiur, iiumueimusnnif I A U-.;o,. . ti:.w it i ,1,,.. . ... . ,. viuul.u ouuic uiuii uavciien were mi three sumriitrs, topi.sue l.w sire. M) treated by a troop composed of Germans and son, said the old un, during a pause in the Jews, because they wore the Polish cockade, work of mastication, "did your mothei make Husgart. The Colosne Gazette of thß 19th ihis pie to-dayf" MCerlainly.V said the pre l811 "An engagement between Hungary and rocious youth;he didn't of course make ii 5ussi? .Q a:id .resPcting the duchies of the lo-morrovr The elder Smith looked mourn "u;" licu luevuauie. ine inae- fully at the miniature edition of himself and Si , c .1 , . upon tne speedy armament ol the people, and wipmg the crumbs from h.i mouth, ejacula- tensive warlike preparations. 3W.O0O fire tea, youn2,,Tand left the house. XJJJ-larm hare nrtAv Aoon nrAnraA toil l Ott. I Frusta frin tn nrnrli'n. , Mjuiuusi; iu distance of many utiles Irom this city, and in the burial grouud of her native pUce her friends weie imeiio.1, The distance was far, and as few would consent to carry a c.f. fiu contaiuiug a stranger so far unnecessarily, the pour mother resolved to bear it herself. She actually did so; ehe had it placed on her back, and slowly and wearily bore it away, reached the graves of her kindred, scrape J a trench, we liavo beard, with her open hands, and thus consigned tu the earth, where she wished they should rest, the remains of her olfcprmg. She returned to her oiptuns. A second took sick, died quickly, like the oili er; like the other, was placed iu a charily coffin, and conveyed in the same way, by the unfortunate mother, to the sjme place ofbu rial, and burned in the same manlier by her own hands. She lolurncd again. A third child took sick; died speedily also; was stretched in a coffin procured (nun the chari table; borne away as before by lhe sorrow ing mother, and interied near to the oilier two, by the hapless poor creat ureV almost ex coriated hand. She returned a third time. A fourth child was ill and fell a victim as quickly as each of the others; was coffined by chaiily, and carried off and laid by lhe mother beside her three other children. (ii lb child way seized wub the malady; aj 0 62 0 75 1 oo 1 25 0 75 1 00 1 25 0 50 0 75 1 00 1 25 0 75 1 00 1 25 9 & 4 14 44 44 44 44 44 unit coiun procureu; a nun wotrisnmo ner rn uie alone by Hie moiher; and a fifth body consigned in the earili, there, at all events no longer to feel the pi tigs of disease, or (he slow progress of tiualeviated hunger. These facis were told us by a clergyman, who hid them from per.-onal knowledge. We täte them heart rer.diin and amiilllnrr . Fine do do No 2 fragrant do----No 2 very fine do Silver Leaf, do- Good Hyson Very fiue do Extra fragrant Good Hyson skin Good Imperial Vef hne do Extra tine do Good Gunpowder Fine do Extra fine do ' - ISLACKS. No 1 Souchong No 2 do Mnest do Fragrant Powchong, various prices Congo, various prices t ine Oolong Very fine do Extra fine do iMngyong, various prices Finest English Breakfast Tea. (very rich Pekoe flavor 0 75 Fine Orange Pekoe 0 62 Finest Pekoe Flowers" 1 00 Howqua, or finest lilack Tea imported 1 00 Ne plus ultra Teas, both Green and Black, of all descriptions, the highest grades grown in China, $1,50 per pound. - - yUA7i NOTICE. The Canton Tea Company are the exclusive venders of the superior Black Tea called "iotryua' Mixture." They introduced it in America in 1840 and every other peaeon or house - la. . ii proiessing to sen tne same at an much less at a low er price deceive the unwary, as the public them selves will percieve, by comparing thi spurious with the genuine "Howqua'1 vended by the Canton Tea Company. .very package an addition to its containing Inll 0 50 0 62 0 75 0 50 0 75 1 00 44 44 .4 IJV.di i a'.i . , . i wtigni, uiuepenueni oi me wrapper.; Dear tne star.p j. vi iicQiuCTs mm iK-gnnce, ana tie leas therein are bo morougmy secure J trom tight and ai r, .Ujai their quality and power will remain unimpaired in any cli- tmy loj AbLisa llUWlij, AfnU. mate. LAND FOIl SALE! THE undersigned will sell at private tale tho south end ol the south-wet quartrr of ..-ction 2J, township 6, south of range 10 west, i in-tveen the Boon ville road and the1 ciiy ot Lva.iv1 'tri they are. without ih li.hiPi .;..;.... WI1,!m nalt a m!1? ot r.vtrhy. The taid-: ,be- ' ' . A..ii,..i,.ii,;in(Tl!lrrp, wll Ik.,,,!,! m lllfr.lv ' I . .1 t - -v - There weie four corpses lyinu uuiuterred some days pist in lhe pirish of St. MaryV, inihiscity. Life Ind departed iu one or I wo cases some days before; i be bodies were almost pulrid, certainly incipient corruption had begin. They lay exposed because cof fins could not be had; t be paujKjrs died per fecily pennyless. Que btwly was removed from the miserable tenement where iloiih had occurred, and was stretched on a fre quented pathway, with a sheet for a shroud, an object of honor." Yankee Ingenuity. The following par agraph Irom one of our exchanges is the best illustration of misfortune that we ever read: m mm . len or twelve years piuce Mr.B. F. VA- rner, tif Meredith, V. (I , caught his le i a bnrk mill, and so dreadful was il mangled, mat amputation became necessary. A poor boy, he supported himself as he could, and prompted by his own want, I urncd his alien- lion to lhe luveniioti fan artificial lerr which would answer his purpose belter tl an any in use. UlS SUrresS exceeded nil evnrtai;nn those using the article not only walking with comfort, but wilh ease and naturalness ihn their condition would hardly be stupocled He has beeu oilercd ?5,G00 for his patent for the United Stat-a only, which he de cline?, and is engaged in securing pitenis in Canada, Great Britain, and on lhe continent of Europe. We understand Mr. P. has one application a day open an average, and that his charge is $150. Like strnio others, lie is likely io turn a penny Irorn lhe Mexican war some of the mutilated officers already pplyingto his skill for relief. itn S?. .ots. or in any other way to suit purchase:. Th' .is a very com tor table m all irnme honso; on Jient well ol water, and a considerable punilc; trees on said land. The title is perfect. . ' Ttrmt. - One-third ensh and the h'-!iu- twelve months. Iruit Persons wishin to Purchase willa. Iv to JJIij J.' Chandler, Esq., or to the undersigned at his residence near the premises. tda may 16. EMANUEL" HULL." SADDLE, HARNESS AND TRUNK KANUPAOTOIIY. J. P. ELLIOTT, (Succes sor to W. M.&J. P. EUiottA will continue the above business at the ' old stand. Main street, Evansville. He will always keep on hand a constant supply ot baddies. Bridles, Trunks, ic. &c. of the best workmanship, which ha offers at wholesale or retail at the lowest prices. Also A creat varietyof Tiimmincs used bv Sad dlers, Harness-makers, and Trunk Manufacturers. ' In addition to my former stock of materials I have just received" a very large and general assort mcnt of , . - Saddle Trees, of all kinds; . Skirting, Harness and Bridle Leather; Hog skin aeating; ; Call skin, do; . " . ; .. Plutih do, every variety'; - Bridle Bttta and Buckke, all kinds; ( ' , Stirrup Irons, 4Stc.45cc ' . Riding, Buggy and Wagon WMpa, . - Together with all articles in my' line, at Wholesale ana retail. Persons dealing in the above article will find it to their advantage to call and examine my stock. All orders promptly attended lo at the shortest no- tice. may 9 ly . J. p. ELLIOTT JUST Received this day by express, a few eases of mens fine Calf monroes ,aDf -Misses' Laced Boots and a variety of children; sbpeSv&C., .Lc. . may 9. W. R. BAKER, No 23 main atrceU IOWA FLOUR. II CT Bbla Burlington Mills, just- received per etea vTU mcr Brooklyn, and for aale by my 10 . BEMENT cc VIELE. tnfl BBLS Kenawba Satt, on land an far nm OUUby apuj KKfifctNi MORGAN.