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i i h 1 u 3 fcVANSVILLE JOURNAL. reisrrso ajid published BY WM. H. CHANDLER 6c CO. k . - w jm rm Mr FOR PRESIDENT, . . GEN. ZACHARY TAYLOR, : Of Louisiana FOR VICE 'PRESIDENT: MILLARD FILLMORE, Of New York. v FOR REPRESENTATIVE, ; TV A T II A y nowiEY. WHIO ELECTORAL TICKET. SENATORIAL. ELECTORS. - JOSEPH G. MARSHALL, of Jefferson. OODLOVE S. ORTH, of Tippecanoe. DICTRICT ELECTOR?, st Dist.-JoiiN Pitches, of Poser. 2d 3d 4th 3th 6th 7th '8th Vth John S. Davis, of Floyd. Milton Gbego, of Dearborn. David P. Hollo wav, of Wavne. Thomas D. Walpole, of Hancock IjOvfll H. Ror6EAU, of Greene. Edward W. McQcaqhey, of Park James F. Suit, of CUuton. Dakiel D. Pratt, of Cass. David Kjloore, ofDelaware. 10th' CITV OF EVAIVSVILLD TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 27. I&1S Wheat. The Proprietors of the Lamasco Mills are hi the Market buying up Wheat fo which they offer the highest market price. Far men come on with your produce. Evansville is one of the best markets in the West to bur or sell at, We know from reliable authority that Mr. t ..1 . , . , , I tJatler waited upon a gentleman who once I ui . . . ,.i.l i k i J i ITi t Tt 1 1 4 ü ca.nu,,.a"e v. men pa per wrmpi to oe very severe upon Mr. Butler, has not, we verily believe, one ..tf.L.i... . . I vora oiiruio in u. e nave cauea upon lour word of troth in it. We have called upon four gentleman. Whig,, who have represented this kial allndprl to holh mniprpd i,i ih. nnlnlnn cu, aim v uunueu suiuiers, an oi wuoin, in lue ". ., - --j - - r - - o - ? -i 0 jwtaimaeo to Doin acquiescea in tne opinion fs , . . m V fit Whig candidate for the Presidency. If the considerable confidence in one of them, the New World, and the reputation its . edi. and thAif noeeÄ precipitation o SanUAnnaflght. were left to Convention shall deem "it beat to bring your which excited a je.lousy in the others, who tor sustains a. an impnt.critic, Sh.rii r ol Eherne hat U?vouUVa d,C T Vt " food' wale?r . ";cd,cal. at' lllu'tnouLnaM,e Mon ??V;t.xn is in order to prejudice the master against him praise to even the deserving, and merciless cneme,, tnat would, lanltrtergh Vcm lendant, Upon receinng thl9 informalIon, fho w.ll -ccfed hiJ 0j b , no!orioMfcgaiBei1er Q lhe unworlhy-and, ab all, the fac, The above sentence, which we t.ke from an Gen;T',1fr "j1??? ÄÄs ' "lied up A closely inteWted, that this is the Ly face of a "showman" ..;;u in n . ' i , , . . . ons to be furnished by all that was required for lhink lhat fa name of G T , but he denied the fact, at the same time de- that has ever found its way to its col imns, siiicie in me UtTTiocrai ol oaturtla v litt in . ....... . r i i j . i . .... . . .. county in the Legislature, one of whom iaL1Mutei thu order. G,n. T.vlor said: meant bv the TJemocrat. and thev asiir n thstL.T i.r.r.i.. ......,r.,. ' a,, t . i . iv i taiar, uiieriv isise. iir. jjuner never bd-i proached either here. We now u r ! !. i . mi . . .... I HH v, M. .u.M.! nuniiviiiiiiiica ni.iaviikiiru of them UPOn the Subiect while I i j uu m iccianj uimtuij in giv iuw iuwiuing ui a waiu, tua uuuuio ui i Wim nis agea monier, inu recoiieu er last F , . J thus relieving the enemy's wounded, I can pay ing him your support, and whether it is your my pockot is my Almanac.1 blessings as he was about to go forth into a ca 1 upon the Democrat tosay for . .f desire lhat your numerous and devoted friends. Yonr Alm.n.r in.l.t it.n I .7 .mi i, . u " .11 , 6 T-8 ,"."'L. r"'"-TThe !"r When the Democrat answers thw call we (la.) Whig of last Tuesday, has a singular state- have some information to give the public going the work entertain are that the restless and Hissatisnea spmu orui ot mis, win, wnen 1 . f. , mm II t the Legislature meets, again attempt to fetter the hands pf the trustees and break down the mainline bv adding other side cuts. The same opposition to the canal now exists that ha always existed, and it is to subdue this opposi - - lion that the reople are called upon to vote in mvu luaiiusjv I August for men who are capable of contending gainst it, who know tomctnirgol Dtisinessai- 7 .. ... ... r airs, of the interests of lhe people and how to take care of those interests. We think the Democrat is wrong about an other matter. Ve do not believe there are any "gentletne n in the city who take it in high dudgeon vthep that paper "tells the truth to the people about any matter. It is only when Ilia JVUHiai UC XS i SO IIVUI 111 llUkll a,iwi o K f,. 1 ilaniftj ff trtnr Ka t ri 1 1 H thai fl rrs rt tlemen take in high dudgeon "what it says. Tm PaosrECT betöre cs. The news of the nomination of CASS AND BUTLER is every were hailed by the democracy with enthusiasm. Every mail brine us the proceedings of large naeninuiiasiicxvauncauoiinieeung jvery Democratic i paper in iNew-tngiana nss .'n IIIZnErUUlM 111 llieil JlUr. .UUI UIIT UlIU out the Union are m.r,ha l, r::r "B: "'"v.. ..v j J1 ht. v.m.. t. j-.r J.. .1- UHU UI lUlir, irauir.uu juusupr ouroeborwnlsing nextiuraay, wnen ne ... fomes to teJIHjepubltf inaiiAKTi ah uu- rich as blue tuutl jusi to hear the Democrat flfand Wow. rrTThf Maouian of Kinierhack With S JV Q " ingle blow with ihis waud has knocked that old black cockade federalist Cass, and his chance for the Presidency into the iniidle of nowhere: while the VVjiconsin Governor has. : Dodgti Butler. We think we hear pur neign- bor exclaim "what an artful set of dodger them : Barnburners are." ' Truly, neighbor. ,4your auf- ff erins U intolerable. to show that Mr. Butler not only beKeves that Friday night at Short's Landing five miles chtevous to the country, as it has been fraught cards in esch suit, so there are thirteen the mam line of the cantd will be finished but above Leavenworth, on the Indiana side.- wi!h injust.i" 8SJ .P0" to Gen. Taylor weeks in a quarter. There are also the same .w..v . , . I, i tii i j tu . . r .vi nd yourself, with nothing abated ofthat number ol lunations; the twelve signs of the that the ii cufs will be completed also, and The statement is that four men went on board high admiration and respect which 1 have long zodiaC through which the sun steers his di- has so expressed himself to dozens of our citi- a storeboat in the dead of night and demanded cherished for your character, both public and nrnal course in one year Examine them sens. The only fears he and other friends of admittance. The owner of the boat refused it. P". eve me to Sv!Mid,V more minutely, and you will find three hun- t . .1 .U. .... t .stn rf Ina llarn.lv... I I J!...1. " "as bcccjucu uc uumiau. . ..V. uau uccu uisv-uai u uuui iuc -i , I down the superseded soldier of Churubusco I BCC,,16 na"".', suiouiug. burners to run in opposition to Cass, "üvery on me Dann oi me river nrxi uwrmug near iuc . ..u r i t he Tour pu.S me in mind ol the tour Kvan- ,nail brinzs us -fa "Every democratic F he-ia m ÄuJ ihö JW ,hands , P J. 4oW battle, w.th General ?elists; the four seasons of the year. The na it brings us, etc. jveryuem t have possession of the boat, and refuse to per- Gideon J. Pillow, as if unworthy ofany no- d , T ' . . rav-ata. "Our ,arty throughout the Union mit to g0 10 the .back part of it These bler conflict or prouder antagonist. It may Jj Ja Blc ÄJ, remarshaUinz' "CaM and But er mryif here facts, together with the further facts that there . v nours our oaviour was on ine cross, ine inree remarsnaiiing. is b!oxl on the bow of the boat, and that the surprise such persons to learn that General days he lay interred. The two reminds me bailed by tne democracy, ccc. "eil 11 .n...f tt..rm M ri hard bv rwrjmn on Scott, thus maltreated and depreciated, posses- of the two testament?: two contrarv nrinci- A DtMostTSATioa or WtAxxiss Ths Al bony Atlas, a leading Locofoco paper thus de scribes the reception of Gen. Cass at the Cap! tol of the "Empire State: On Saturday evenin nine. Gen. Cass reached uu city irom isew lor, ma arrival nad . .... t. v ... .i.i.. . .. - i been expected for some days, and wasdefinite- w"wereMn sic was hired and cannon was fired. Money was paid for horses and carriages, and we hear I tnai persons were uuereu mouej 10 use lucm. I n.. tr ktt. m.n U nni Vw. f.,,t ft I hiwA tn iirtm th mvmnt of if I it propagandism. The thing was a dead fail-l ure! 11 wm inaeea iu mtwi remaraaoie 1 TWUWH' " " ' ' "6 Mram No one took the trouble,to come, and no-one 1. took the trouble to stay away. Almost all the I spectators whom we saw looking at the cor- HhTrSsHBiMdw- As he passed Broadway, an attempt was made get up a cheer, hut not one voice seconded 5 motion! A friend took the trouble not on- y to count the procession, but to take down the name of each person. They were exactly I CSand no more. Among these were some three or four gentlemen who merely desired to show the hospitalities of the city to a promi - neni citizen 01 anotner auie. I -The nomination of Cass and Butler i ere, where hailed by the democracy with enthusi- ,1 - I asm,' says our neietiDor 01 tne uemocrai. un-1 says our neighbor o.f the Democrat. On-1 ly sLrty izivtight CCUld get UP an enthusiasm says the Atlas. CrTbe N. V. Herald gives a list of thirty nine out of ninety-seven Democratic newspa pers in that State opposed to Gen. Cass. "Every democratic paper, ccc Truly Cass's popularity U most wonderful. - v fT-J"Circumstancea' "prevented Mr. Cassl" from attending the Chicago Convention. "Cir ;,nnff ih- rhi..; rn.: .T!,. cu instances will prevent his election to the Presidency. He will thus become the victim of circumstances. G Ear. Taylor's Hümasitt. To show that courage and humanity are kindred virtues, the lowing morning. But at the dawnofthe nex darTnta Anna was in full retreat The next day uanta Auna was n full retreat, lhe American cavalry were dispatched in pursuit.! Soon messengers returned informing the Gener -i .k. . i .,,...4 al that the Mexicans, broken and scattered, . ......... . a t I were in ramd flicht, but that the roads and the o waysides were strewn with exhausted, famish- had left to suffer and die. These wagons were promptly despatched accompanied by surgeons 1 whft j:--.,.f tn rlivi .n,i .riminUt-f toali Lu. ...... a' ...i 1. r..i i . j: ...n I Vfl L1XJ M CI C UlICLirtl LU 11 llll B 1111 D.tl 1AJ 111 13 Ltz a IU Bill the B(rmrl Anrl to the ftuarterms.ter who - ... . , ... I ecP tt sm" acc0uQl 01 .i . :- j u.uii-: r.u. n Albany evening Journal, on the authority OI a parauunmi nueresiaui uns greai peopie, win he made the sacrifice. Brave, great, magnani- mnny they may be and ?ou Wi ... k .. I mm, ..m.a T ll A. 1 I reuerable chaplain who was attached to the -,.8 l. r u"aerrwlf? ,e ana. mous Scott! the Whig party-the couutry-the pranks, except auch as may I nnfriAfi slfiamroa In Ina firett inalan II . . ..II a army in Mexico, states that, after theUttleofrh,r:7.r:; tru.vnobla upin lhe presence ot lad.e. . ..., , , .. . I " r . t' , r i ana generous BDiru. tie gives up auionisi Wa lipart v wish that there Buena Vista, Gen. Taylor made his disposi- nentcivilian-partly to repeat whatl under- frien6ds, even wVile struggling, unaided, among !JS t',nn fnr rontviil of thoron flirt nn the i.l-l smuu iu ue uie wisnes OI mv constituents, ana r,;..nm;a Til. rrlor.. hi. j.j 11t .11 iL. iniiriinrr vnn nrcin larinr mnt ru f riA i ilcdi a preii numoer oi lerrinm. reim4ii i i tm inninii lonn inn rthiiph iinninnni ,s rpiiPT 01 inose iinnm ins itip.iiran ucnera imnr nrnntxrDnni v nr.uniaH tKm nf ir.ihrincr na nevpr I Li ul L ii but uuuui Hi id 1 1 Biisc ui lue ii ru ill ic it ui nnmini im1 pM. nf 1 1 Mrnnai l ho mA rnimn a I . . ik. . .- . . i . i : 1 I I . I 1. 1 i . I I ment of au affair raid to have occurred last The ruffians avowed their determination to en- l.l t .ll I t I ..-. r oy wrce ana ocgan anocKing violently at I the door. The owner, with a knifeanda re- volving pistol, advanced to the door, which they had parllv forced, and assisted them to i - j open it. The moment it was op j dashed at them, and he fired the six his pistol, killing one and wounding one oi I two more, and putting the gang toflight. The I i iiii.i t ii .1 I i . i? man wno was auieu icu imo mc river, out nis body could not be lound the next day Ina poatcriptof the Leavenworth' paper, we find the following, which, however, is wholly inconsistent with the preceding narra tive: We give on the preceding page the particu lold t0.V3' 0n attempt to rob a store- I ... . . were death of one of the robbers. Just as we a Benh; boat w curred which throws doubt upon the statements iti.r. nivan mnA I n vftl t ho itnrv in mrttti It is now 8Upposed that .the owner of the boat hM en kUled bv two ,nen he had hired. Hel i! .. ... a . r.w. J,v. m r no lhe in charge ol th, me atluded to, an3 thepacketon ty night, tne 1 sa me tuiz nt on w men. as tne men assert, some persons attemoted to enter the boat, and that K i;il .nrl wn.iMdirl nn or ivm nth. L r " " J. I j ol " . 1 i:L:T.r T I mrm nrf. .MS IljrR . Rlliru. 1 CISUI1S II, 111k? Ill i he nei hborhooJ lhink the proprietor of the boat did return on Friday night, as goods which ,i r... ih ....... n the opposite side of the river ou the night in n,Mivtnr Mb rriT Tur SrvtTntSHIF DECLINED BV 11I. vLAI."- Liaton tobearto thellon. Henry Clay from Gov. Owsley the offer of the seat in the ü. S. Senate made vacant bv the resignation of Mr. Crittenden. Mr. Clay declined the appoint- tnerjt. : bout to put our ' paper to press, Mr. Stewart na earnest w tne same goou cause. : amwho had justreturned from hisstore- Keciprocatmg tne perscnai menasuip tu. . which is lying a short distance below u uouorme, , . ;- here the affair described is said to have oc- 1 remainrmrae";J , called upon us and gave us information I - ' . "I':r't',jU'JW.llV: I IT UUI LB VI 4 mmmmr , ....... . r ----- - B T question, nave wuxu i.u j.... . tributes of greatnes.; and that, in uicionfd, and they have been apprehended per- . ' . nin. ,r thi, for the murder of the proprietorhar. as well asm his capacity of of the boat. conqueror, he is one of the From the North American GEN. SCOTT AND THE NOMINATION. by one whose whole nature was and is-mag-We published, last week, the letter of Gen nanimity. eral Scott, of June 3d. to the Hon. Truman I .-In. I r . . . 1 - - mtn, oi ixmnecucui, in reply 10 one xrom mat gentlemen ot tne same date. Joe latter ictter, although in a manner essmtial to a P-' understanding of .the reply, we found ourselves obliged to omit, with other not unim- portant matter, in order to procure space fori ,k nf .v,,, r w. v , iu, W1..tUuU... "c WIU I aside, however, withthelull resolution to print it in connection with the Scott letter, at I the first opportunity; ana we, accordingly, I present them both to our readers this morn- InS; Washisgtoü Citt. June 2. 1A18. I Gen. Winfidd Scoff, Dear Sir: Being a I -k- k f MU0?al. Wnven"on' which, within a brief space, is to assemble at I Independence Hall, in the city of Philadelphia, I address vou on the subiect which is to icu- PV the deliberations of that bodv. Feeling.as do. the urgent necessity which exists of tin? a ihane in the administration of our pot. I eminent, to the end that the destinies ofthis jgceat and free nation can be confided to much safer hands than thev have been or are hkelr 10 06 1 . e " n our enaeavors at tne ap- nrru rrii nrr 0 on inn a m n v 1 nu v n t v n a nm. 1 fn, rr'nAmt ,h.l:",V. Z. wwvuiu&i w wu,av av0 a mw 44 W ft a c MU V av V vi rent ion shou Id be characterized bv a snirit of rent ion should be characterized by a spirit of moderation and forbearance, and by an evident motives, orinions aud claims of all. In a countrv so vast as our own. with a population i r r Ä .1 r m. . . 1 r 1 . 1 of at least twenty millions of inhabitants, and with many distinguished public characters rrr?.!i..St Zrl .M . y. i- " T surnriain? that there should he some riirpritv I of opinion as to the selection of candidates to carry out our views of public policy; nor even I that Minnil fia1 inm n1 i1mi.!ai cK mK-l I ... .uv BUVu.u "f; uw ww "ttlwu and di&turh our df liberation!!. Among the public characters referred to, the names of Messrs. Clay and Webster, and, I to come prom lnenwy Deiore tne invention ouu ii uoiiuo uuumjaicu oim ciciicu, i then. a, as i mina, our government ana an tne ..... I P'T to give expression to the sentiment more tiT bT7?Ur 'S eS?fmI Taylor, that, m high civil funclions. civilians should ordinarily be selected. But if, on ma- ture consideration, the Convention shall be- come convinced that there is not a sufficient .r.,:fP f . r..m. 1. :. Vf . mivilUiC ItOUII. iu mike 1 1. UIU' ,i.t t r . fM. . utiii iv uk iiuci iuc uauic ui ill I. siaj, nil. Webster, or Judge MXean, then it is minifest -v.. vu.j uinnuifcu mau um ui I any other individual, and there aresomecon- sidet.ions in hi favor growing out of the .V 'CKUkBUU f-'. condition, past, present and tk. aM v r fSS ih-KleV andtowhichl attach great weight. But mv mincinal obieet in ariHrpssintr mn ! to inmiin ZT m m .1 MMy lord," replied he. I certainlv do not . . ... .. -r' r . " naiKitu uiiuueuuui iuc uuiuu Biiuuiu luiiuur . .w- t. ? "... . . I my . 1 1 1 I -mv. iiinvvvt uivH I lay.iiv i ; BliailLCia IV (II 1IVIUIO I VII III 1119 II. I "'ÄbS: "Well Sir, I will begin. There i,e fo, monv: and with them I believe .n8U3 n ne pack, lhat intimates lhe four end to a domination which has been as mis. Uil I . W ashisgtojt, June 3, 1&48. Dear Sir: I hasten to acknowledge the nonor 01 your letter oi misdate. u"-Vj.A".'0 ui "l i Til i sa vim iib w f" iHiii i sr I f irr inp. Vr ''i. rz;: V , VV , . . . nan nni annnnvn :. . . I trv. V wmm m . I lib.I. I n w. h...imhl Mlore,ne 8rc" ' n,i "'".T n"?n I nAw mnrn tn mr in Phll.rlalnh!. n aI. Vi r . i . . ... i .. " in . r in iiaiuc ' oo aw an iiacij vv w uivu&iii .jjj... of th.n.rtir forth. pr-,:fi-tnf I "-- T" r J . ... the United States. Whether I receive votes or not in that en- aa. m . i.gntenea npdyior tne nien distinction in ques- tion. 1 shall, aa a Whiff, teel mvsell under eve - ery obligation that can bind a citizen to his . i. .1 V Z' i . i-. nominee whether it ir distinguished names ciated by you all the country, ana give to tne n . 1? !. be one or other of the four with which mine is associated moral influence and support it may be in my power rightfully to exert; and ought not to doubt that all Whigs will be equally patriotic I V Via va Vioarrl ' rvl 1 1 nnnnn.nl brated militarv offirer. declare that the distin- -u.--,-- ,J ft "6 ........ v ... m.gnanim,ty,-that he was one of the most magnanimous men in the world. This may .mnu nmi trnrthr nrnne who take r. . . . ' .r " . " " ' ciai pleasure in reaaing Mr. Marcy s leuers .nrl ih. n.::. f tho r.r of Inrtnirr. rl,. I vv itiiii. w. .uu wu. w. . .-v. . . . 1 ig' ted to find with what superior spirit these j:-,.:,..:.. 0r. j.v t.ulT .nj :nsult.and out i w - Les a quality, the very loftiest of all the at- that particu-1 a renowned! ereatest men in o . the world. Those who know Gen. Scott if i t v.- iv u. j . nnl. fmm hit nnl.1i Kief nrviinrf Arct anrl Ihn which has shown out in all his acts, and is strongly expressed in the above little letter. x0 man can read it, reflecting upon the pecu- ,ar c;rrurnManres unar which it was written, a a a m r aa a-a n n a aa a m an m a w n without the full conviction that it was penned i In the first place, it is not unknown to the world, that late, and tne suDtie raauce ouneir ... - ... 1.1 , I enemies, hate placed Generals Scott and Tar- I lor in the attitude of rivals, both military and political rivals; and considered as the com pe- titors for the Presidency, the success of one is no. it is nof the death of the Other; but we u r a kj.: IUUW I1UW IIa TU lulllgll IS 1VI ltvui auiviuuu to abate its rieht to itrun-le. the mivilece to resist to the last, and die. sword in hand, fight- ins even against fate. That privilege General Scott, sacrificing his own claims to the inter ests ot his party, surrendered without a sign; not a word about his being, like Cassius; the "elder soldier" both in the Whig army and ttearmy of his country. Mr .Truman Smith . ' . f. . 1.. :n "M uul 111 6cuctai 4C,H" "c " " support the nomination of the Convention but Unecisllr. whethrr he will suooort that of Gen. effec-Ui...'j u .? "Jlu, ouu Mf tJIUU,4a mfc -""circus will present no more succesfful tester m"bna,raous,7- 011 luc ,uwiai luuucuu:euu Uupport it may be in his power rightfully to exert. without reserve or hesitation. There is another circumstance which gives ho this act of General Scott a character of even 1 (additional nobleness. Be addltiona nODlcness. lie It rcmemDered.tn&tMa this sacrifice was asked of General Scott at the raomcn ,of Pccul,ar di8tr?Sfi- when he to auf. fenng al1 lhose persecutions of the Adminis- tration; the gross ill treatment and insults Lfthe Court of Inquiry, which were enough to the heart of an honorable soldier, con- ' c0" o( having deserved the thanks and sym- patbies of his country. Perhaps the consols- . i i i i I UOB mamas oorne oim up, sick ana waste a i sshe is. against these wrong-, was the thought that lhe Prl f his friends to the justice of the republic might result in newer and more lir the to give up his rjaraiim-asked. too. in the milt oi hi wrOiiPft ml KUflprincrc und von ' "O - 'F- , . ,1. ; that mnmont nd nmUr th -im,,.,, til that moment, and under those circumstances hopes-nothing is rffused; and nothing is ask- ed in ruital- Bul 8uch magnanimity was oeYfr exhibited in vain. It will prevail over . . P.' I'M his Enemies and, as for his friends, the never! can wey never win lorgetit. THE PACK OF CARD3. A nobleman in the city of London, who n iipn 1 rirn n ma m i j t j. Tobe more fully convinced, the gentleman ordered him to be rearched, when behold a O r J pacK oi cares was louna in his pocket. High- incensed at Jack's want of veracity, the nob,?m.sn In raS.e! asked how nodaredto I persisiin an uoiruiu i i . , : . i in irovo u. .;n :. quarters in the year; and there are thirteen dred and eighty-five spots, as many as there I I f - . . . ' lareoaysin tne year; inese multiply oy I twenty-four and sixty, and you have the ex- act number o: hours and minutes in a year. nnV'r, i nope i nave convinceayou 11 is niy Airaanac; aua oy your lorusmp s permis- a . - i i . 1 it" i . .. - . lainn. I Will nrOVB It niV frSVer ItooIC al.0. 1 I V I J J , . ... r. . . I If Mil. II I1I1II l H 11 111 r RUiii Mm wr nrpapni I n a inn ..r nrV..!HnW li I 'OUT DrevaillOS? rellfTlon.' UOI IStl a U 1 1 V. JUUlS- II . . I f ,1 m. -1 1 ,. .. ism. Mehometauism. and Paganism: lhe 12,; rn. u, V..rtr An .n.; - I ' . - o court cards remind me of the 12 Patriarchs, from wliom sprang the twelve tribes of I sr a- ei lhe twelve Apostles, the twelve articles , the twelve articles The kinff reminds 1 w, . i- . ... j lot tne v,nrisuan laiiu. e of ,he alle8ianco do to his majesty. The queen, of the same to her majesiy. The ten brings to my recollection the ten I cities in the plains of Sodom and Gomorrah, destroyed by fire and brimstone from heaven; (he ten plagues of Egypt; the ten command- ments; the ten tribes cut off for their vice. The nine reminds me of the nine muses; the nine noble orders among men. The eight reminds me' of the eight beatitudes ; the eight altitudes; the eight persons saved in Noab'f irk; the eight persons mentioned in Scrip- ,u, ,w w,,,c.a:"':u uca"' ,u wu seven reminds me of the seven administer- . ,ht ! nrl ttAfrtrn thM l irrtnn ff (J r wherewil he book ol ,ifa i. 8e.led; the seven liberal arts and sei- al...... k ClA f. ,1,. .r " J " ' men; tne seven wonaere oi mo worio. iiic i rPminrl me of the itDeitbns conta n- . - w ed in the Lord's prayer. The five reminds ra ,he en g'e by God to msn, hear- . r..i ... . ..n:.. pies struggling in man, virtue and vice. The are remuius me oi ine oniy true uoa to dote; one truth to practice, and one good . i. ..... ..j '"aa,c' ,u ",,u ('So far is very well,11 said the nobleman. I nut 1 oeiieve you nave omittea one caro, I . . I . t . I ?..J A TOur lordship1, informer.11 The nobleman became more pleased with Jack than before, freely forgave him, raised his wages, and discharged the informer. DA Rice Tfte celebrated Shake sperr- an Clown. 1 he above is a "counterfeit pre sentment19 of this highly distinguished indi vidual. One who knew this illustrious Dan only when rigged out in his motley suit, and . . - WM.I " .-BB, .. - ,, ,,.;. Cftiorefl tmrments- would hr. an r-" a . ji. rprf,Dnise this auiei and cemiemanlv looking personage to be one and the same. Yet the above is the Emperor of Clowns, ai.d 44 no mistake. Dan Kice IS a young man and INew I OIK- er. born ana Drea. nuasy oi umu ich tIl. 1 COO T .. . " L. -l.r, ÄD"J? 7 possessed of so genuine a spirit of frolic with so capital and quick an apprehension of the numerous, with a more certain powerot cnntrollinir his hearers, ns f bv the influence " m ' If . . 'm n ?r ?,maI magnetism. If he goes on as he 1,83 fua7in. "2 cnaeTor,nS NO excel in it, the bingrapliy ot the stage or two very considerable volumes. Tbereisa - good looking sobriety and placid composure r - a taaa wuuwuiuw, wuich uaruij tuiww with one'a ideas ol the character ot a clown. Bui we can assure our readers that Mr. Rice is a very respectable man in private life ofj irreproachable morals, ucdeviating propriety of conduct, gifted with feelings of kindness courtesy and benevolence. He does not imagine, like too many in his profession, that he has a right to throw off all particular it j of behavior because he is a "showman;11 ili.nlra tkal Avar fa1linfr Osn im lamlar. uu .v-... Honorable oy tne nonor oi n.m wno 101- lows it. Whenever the name ol Jjin Kice ap pears on the bills," we advise our leaders to go aud see him, and take the babyies along. You will all be very much amused, and not in the least otlended. xou will lis- ten to no jokes but harmless oea, however II witness no properly be cu nd gentlemen. were a first- -here the boys and gi.lsm.ght go ngh heart.ly diverted by ous a maker r jokes as Dan Rice. whom ttiA nnrl (Titta miaht rtn nnrl he ... M WVf so glori- fjrThe above notice, accompanied by an engraved likeness, appeared near two rears since in the 'New World, a liteiarv journal in New York city, conducted bv the Cerberus of lhe press, Park Benjamin, E?q 1 . i MnHnri n iii mmi ti&itrinfy wuuuioii no. . prötmbly, that Mr. Rice has ever received That notice, it will be borne in mind, written before the great Jesters rep nation had reached it culminating point. Gikv. Washington's last interview Uvr ,.n Mn Who that U ninsd - - -r I .. . . . m . Can teao tne last inierview oeiween taan ing, ,d hi, noib.r. nd .uppre .be ,i sine tear lhat starts unbidden at lhe remem brance of such a scene. Time may dim the recollection of many of the incidents of youih when we come in contact with the world, but there is a magic in the mother's voice her well remembered tone of admonition; her kindness and unceasing care will raise nn rictnre him who loved her. and follow him L a cuardian anecl in all the varied scenes I - . . .. 0f hie. Happy the man who was blessed hriih such a mother, and loved her happier ,e who having such, forgets not her love, her kindness and instructions. Immediate v aller the organization ol the 1 - . i . I n...onl nnrnmonl lin IV.i nnnmn id "11 l VJViii wv.....r.. . uhmiki jm .w i . . -.... . . . I .... H u w a1ariIr.hnrnh In wm . hi. l,..mKI. V 3 I rlntw In In mnlhf r. nrpmrxlnr In hl Hp. I p'ii'11. aw.. "IH.V.UHL bviic ensued. Tne son feelingly maiked therav- ages a torturing disease had made upon the aged fra ed her: UX-d frame of his mother, and th..a .d.ir.. I . The people, madam, hae been pleased, with the most flattering unanimity, to elect me to the chief magistracy of the U. States: but before 1 can assume the functions of that office, ( have come to bid you an affectionate farewell. So soon as the public business. which must necessarily be encountered in arranging the new government, be disposed ol, I shall hasten to Virginia, and here the matron interrupted him: "You will see me no more. My great age and the disease which is fast approaching my viiais, Wim me that I shall not belong 111 ,hia world. I trust in God, I am somewhat I .. I f.. .L. U.. ... r - ult lhe whic hlf en8 Br- l assign you: go. my ron and may heaven . . . . T na your moiher s messing be witn r ou al- a way9. n. P. ... .7-....1- ,fT.i.,t His i tw . ilöiu -HI ujvivvlI BUUlatLU head rented on the shoulder of his parent. The brow on which fame had wreathed the i , .. ., I purest isurei virtue ever gave tocrentea man relaxing from its lofty bearing. 1 hat look which could have awed a Roman Senator in its Eabrician days, was bent in full tender nesson lhe time worn features of this vener able matron. The great man wept. A thousand fond recollections crowed upon his mind, as me mory, retracing scenes long past, carried him back to his parental mansion and the days of his youth, and there the centre of attraction was his mother, whose care, instructions and discipline, had prepared him to reach the topmost height of laubable ambition; yet now were his glories forgotten while he gaz ed upon her from whom, wasted by lime and malady, he must soon part to meet no more. the matron s predictions were true. -The disease which had so longed prayed up- upon her frame, completed its triumph, and she expired at the age eighty-five, confiding in the promises of immortality to the bumble promises believer, v CASH FOR WHEAT! WE are prepared to receive at th Lamaaco Steas Flou Mills, Wheat, Flour Barrels, fttcrves and Heading W ood, äc. at the high- est market prices. ... . ... . " . J . je27d&wlm S. G. UL.lifLKL ä KAJ. METKOPO IrlTArf IIIPPODRAJIATIC t .-x. -1. CIRCUS!! DAX RICE A G.R. SPALDING, Propri'tr. This beautiful and unique establishment, blend.n I selections from The Monster, North American and New York Circus. . Into one immense TREBLE COMPANY Will perform in the City of Evansville, on Monday and Tuesday, 3d and 4th of July; Monday evening I P. M. Tuesday 10 A. M.,2 Y. MM and 74 P. M. t Admission, Dress Circle, 50 cenu Children halt price. Boxes 25 cts. . .- . la this establishment, is effected a long cherished project of collecting such of the most distinguished iquestrians and iiy mnau in the East, as have never ; appeared this side of the Mountains, and seldom in- t deed, out oi those metropolitan cities their display",, havicg been restricted to those populous towns byiha . high salaries such exalted talents .demanded,. It ia.i now proposed to furnish toth western public, enter- . tainmenisof this nature of the same scale and grade, as have hitherto been confined to thotie centres of re finement and luxury; to tllect this, the projectors of . this enterprise have purchased the steamer Alleghany Mail, and are in this manner enabled to transport . many appointments that are impracticable by land conveyance, as well as to have the Stud of Horse and Trojpe of Performers always fresh and rested. -It is impossible to enumerate within the limits ot an advertisement, ail tne members ol the troupe, ' with that passing rtterence to their qualifications which their refutation merits. ' The names of the Iraners t cscu urjiniiiiiciiv, nuuu bic iii uiiBvircu classified and reduced to distinct heads, will be an as surance, it is trusted, of the excellence as well as pu- . rity of the entire entertainment. The department of Comedy is under the charge of the Zitrooftht day, ( GatltntiH, dcholar, Mrit, Orator, aud wkdvnt Vfuch- DAN RICE ! . .. The Great Shaksperean Jester and 1 0riginal . Clown, ' ' .. ' . . .- ! in the noon-day refalgence of whose wit, the feeW essays of all other funsters, glimmer with a pale and. i i' .i . . ...i.:.u .u:r: uncertain light, Iiis humour is always racr and spicy, always effervescing, sparkling and bubbling V j rr . . - The department of Principal and Trick RUinj, is : .., :. MR,. JOHN GLEN ROY, ' . Beyond a question, theniost expert and dextaroua vtucoiiiau uio n vtiu aicso w &i sfvjii if iuvuieauui or bhJlf, he accoinplishei ever feat, buckvxird ten Wils and all ever effected by the most renowne4 I? Amr-m nn t Vt a anvon inn t anrfaM vT .rAmA Kv as (ai4 I ha Dramatic hauitation is sunerintended bv. -. Mrl.RliURNteU, -. r. . who rides his charai;te.-s as well as most Actors act ? them, and displays a taste and the marks, of study . and research, not often witnessed upon Um stage. .. , MADAME CAMILLA GARDNER. im the Einnreits of the Kmnl Hcnnriiiinf and alter. nateiy thrills the beholder with consternation and de- - light, by hcrdafching and brilliant feats. - MOSA LA THORN E , Is at t'ie head oi the Gymnastic and Herculean de-:' partment; and the preccious youths, MASTERS WOODS AND DAY, In the Juvenile department, exhibit that wonderful aptness that puts their elders at fault. The Music is under the direction of -PROFS. MULLER, CRUMP AND WETZEL, . And each branch ot the entertainments sustained by competent and numerous artistes. In short, every thing will be unexceptionable, and that regard nsid to order and decorum, and to the proprieties of the ' circle, without which the best perform mces are offen sive. . t je27d&,wtd DAN RICE ct CO. VOLL IIOUSEM' AND WHARF-BOAT, Shawneetown, Illinois. . T I lITE nnrlrrnitmnt t.V. tViS tnoikwt t nnri T t h - - VWMW ...... . .. . .J .V . 1 W . . . . .1 . public, that he is the proprietor of a large and commodious Wharf But, at Snawneetown, and . uim lie iliii cuniiiiuns ine iveceiTinj, rorw. r ainj ana isommission tsusiness. ceneral v. . -- Persons landing in the night, or desirous of seeir- k ing passage in the night, will always find a prnal; room and a good bed, on board. -. lie also keeps constantly on ban J, a general assort-1 ment of Groceries, Provisioxs, &.c, suitable to iha . river trade - . - In connection with tbe. above business, he Las opened a House ot Entertainment,' on Trow Street, (abeut"75 yards from the Wharf Boat,) in tfce "Morris" Brick House, and two frame buildings im mediately below, called the Wou. Hocsc andÖtitM. OrriCE, all of which have been recently repaired and- rfitlt mil wliAre iMraoiM inav seeura aeala in trooA Stage Coaches, lor any point in the interior, on it -mail routes. The public may rest assured that his Table ard " Bar shall be supplied with the bet the country can fiord for money, and no pains will be spared to a . commodate comfortably all who call on nim. '. - i" His Stable will be filled with every vanity of . grain, bay, etc., and managed by honest and faithful ' DatlprS. tor Whom t) linr;r.,,l trill h rMrwmci. ble. - - - ' Persons landing from steam boats at nightr will always be conducted to the Hotel it they desire i ? j 27 tf JOHN WOLL, k'rvpriiter. . ; DR. S.S. FITCH'S ' " CONSUMPTION ItE.TIEDIES. i , rpiIE subscriber has just received the agency for -JL this City and surrounding Country, m ith a sup ply ol his Abdominal Supporter; - - shoulder Braces; ..:.- Inhaleinir Tubes: Also' bis book of six lectures ou the uses of the Luhra causes, prevention and cure of Pulmonary Consump nun, diseases of ine neart, and tne true mode ot we- : l . 1 J I i - r .... wiTing nrain ana proionjing nie. . .-.,-. C. HALLOCK, Drug'st . J21 Main st. near Water. - son a ANn nnrpT irtf wifMnn l , , AC. HALLOCK has erected a fine Soda Fouo- tain tor the accommodation of the public and requests thofco who appreciate a coolin drink in a hot, dusty day, to give him a call. " . " Alo constantly on hand pure Blue Lick Water frniilthft Drrnnnn (k'v Siinn. - or . .. s j'niij,.. . my AD3IINISTRATnnsi wnTirrv NOTICE is hereby given, that the undersigned' has taken out letters ot adminiatra tion - upon uie estate ot treorge Stull, deceased. All persons indebted to said estate aro requested v. iimuwiianpayincni.mu moke naviogcjaima againstsaid estate will prctent them duly amhemic atod for settlement. v. - .. . I he estate will probably he solvent. . ' - Ii. Q. WIII.KU'.K, Arfro'r. - I -Af LAUGIILiw, Water street.