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EMNSVILLE DAILY JOÜBNAL
PRIXTED AND PUBLISHED BTV WM. H. CHANDLER 6c CO. YV? MESiDEXTi . Q EN. ZACHARY TAYLOR, Pf Louisiana. rot! VICE r RESIDENT: MILLARD FILLMORE, Of New York, FOR REPRESENTATIVE WHIG ELECTORAL. TICKET. ros te st" T mwe.' .JiKCPIf iJ UHJ.I., of JtnVrsorY. DISTRICT IXUTOSS; it Iir. Johx Pirciita, of oey.' 2d Johm Davis, of Floy J. 3d 4 MlLTo Ckkuo. of lVrl.nrn. jth " Divid I. Hor.ivQWAy. cf Wav.nc. St! J wo D. Wai. 4" Hancock. Mb UiVFJ.L II. Uoi sM-AL-. of i; 7ih Howard V. McCrAotir.Y, ot 1'ark. N James r. out, ol Clinton. 9th V DiMth I). J'batt, of t'a. lOih " David fiifw, ,vt' DJa'tvar?, INFAMOUS. The Yanderhurph TVmorrif nnl Tnriv k flir Wo Is.-. ... i r i" Tl.. r : r 0 1 - . erru icuci aajs iiujniiJiuviiitui: lue iuiuLiiiib pa Saturday last, published the followingbase for- the Buffalo Republic, from our distinguished pers in 1810 called Gen. Harrison everything gery and repeated it again oa yesterday : Senator, expressing surprise that the radical but a brave and eood officer: but they are now Bcitalo, May 20, 1S47. democracy of New York should have doubted exultinelr quoting from one of his despatches "To the Chicago Contention. bis position for a moment. He avows him- lio which he refers to Gen. Cass as a promis- 6rnt. Having business to transact at Sara- sei wuh them tn everything. He is opposed ing officer!" We presume Gen. Cass has nev tocaSDrinss. fa favorite ulace of resort for the tcn in anv nmnn:c r .l. .i .. . . ... , " . . a i Ä. i : I w '""vuiiac wi iuc slavery ques ier Deenana tuineise inana"promisine oui transaction of business?) I cannot covementlv l.t i .:n . . ....... I . .. r . . attend your Convention. ' uu m TOlc BSa,n" 7 wii which con- cer; but his promises are never redeemed. He Affectionately yours, ltuT"l puuung oi slavery upon tree is making every kind of "promises" now, but, MILLARD FILLMORE. soil. it will all end. aa his militarr career did in , I 'promising Eclipses. The Louisville Courier says there will be seven eclipses this year, four of the The above is put forth by the Locofoco press I rom the above we should iude that "Old in the vain attempt to counteract the 'effects Circumstance" will fail to eet Mr. J. A. Dix'a t n e f.t 1 . . . . rwt I ui Vits idmous silica go teuer, me iocos are I wie. mmnllil trt nilinit that "Old Plrrninit no " I w f wv. v ...m .v. .. w u. w a - - - - J W .ww. W. ...V has run upon a sand bar, too high to be eotl Gen. Cass is Alabama. A correspondent 1 8un lwo tbe moon, and one ot Lewis Cass, flrtat ig!n n J in ih.!. t..u:An it... . I of lh( Snilthorr Prr,1 h... ..,.l. ..f .1 I lh tat lAr Inf ! i Cf (.:....mnn... ,1 Qu, utA men iisiciaviv iiicj arc I . .......... .vvviu mug nucaM UI UlC up uiwit, 11 iiiiuutatauica uu endeavoring to run another craft alone side of position to Gen. Cass in that State. Several 001 prevent, in all parts of the United States I. ? . w TT... ! . . I Tl . . i mf tK. n.ntliiiK.N ...i!. I it l.til . sm w. .f f..! ' mm. aui i nuu i uu. lue Dcuuie cannot ne iv w- f,uiimcu mcuiiuneu are wen mown m ui iucaicu. Lleceivetl br such lies. Tliri i nnt jVirLrl the most influential member nf tti boy iulhe county but knows the above to be P"1 n the State of Alabama. This proves Asothee Straichtoitt. Esnuire Blanot, of a forgery, and a miehtv poor one at that. We lihatMr. Yancy is not alone: Midisonco., Ohio, a democrat of 43 years stand- agree with the Louisville Courier that the au- "In and immediatelr around Mi.mr nSclo8e a rard Madison Whig as fol .1 !. .n i .. .. . . -I n.. -1 - .ii . i. - i j? ö '.I nura luur ui ii r lcn it ueserves a situation in the pen c irmuing iemocrats are opposed I itentiary. The Democrat knewit wai a lie LerU,.nlJr lhose who bare heretofore am determined to abandon the party when it published it. r-.' .7 r -.vwo. iU ucn iwnicn na jauen trom it high estate, and bc rr - i ' i uass: ana amone me number are Mpi.r tl.i.i r v. n... ik n " ',V V.T" r. I . . Wr . nco oai;crj, ana w .u-l.i. t -i i i t7' "a Vuuic "arris, dcou, wita cöeerJuIness will I eve my vote for an think t ha Putnlanf k.ln. n..Ma.ll I Np mnl T- m.A mk... f t I I. . t? 4 i , " . " "7r o'' " . Yluf"v V ÖClser nonesi Southernor in preference to a Northern wv hiifvu vvui maiuauaaiiu ii iiiiuui I VM va iijbl.a i 11 tue iv i in 1 1 Kiimpr w n fi I tf rvhtni vi a u - r r has only incurred an expense of sixtv-fivemil- MK'tiser, with a lone article aeainstCasa. Ther lA, 1 1, . ' 'r:.i " ions in the operation.Lou. Dem. iave been arranging to start a paper there in IFSF R TU Knr v..r... opposition to Geu. Cass. It is til bVconducted JVB. ULAXUl. e jcc iu gji uiai iur. ; oi uiu nis by their ablest writers. I learn an effort w II fat to "whip Gen. Taylor at Bueua Vista, by be made by them to run a third Candida te.U NeW SrsTEM or Mcmciat. The following triDnin himuf all hi n7ii1ar trnrtn an.l aAnJ. it should nut be flnn. nnm nf that mrir -IM is translated from the Courier de Etate 1Tni I g n " " Q .. I V w .4 - v F . I . . . I M ng Santa Anna and twenty thousand troops ag- "en 18J,or ana 'oiore too. oi July utn: aiiuthim.butforall that Old frck"never surren- .... ' "A certain Dr. Herman, a German nhrfcirian derrd.nWe Pt, too. that the treasury U mi-L. . . 1"MIDneii,10n as resolved uponJhas just published a work in which he has laid nus "sixty-five millions" at least. But that's . """o"' luc 1,luau aisier, jocosely uun uie principles oi a new system of medi- . ., . t . . . . said to that noted wae Matthew St. Clair cial which bids fair to rival homcepathy and im.uiiiaiitc, we suppose xo wnai iass I . . . " . . hnlrnnAth- Th.h..;. nrk; .v. i "extxas" -uSiuu. -hum: uusa: sata uiarke; "it you Thich form the deceased organ, these substan- jui it iinu uui upic s iieaus i ii pe nanged ces to oe tauen irom animals and eiren ia the It . I I . 1 . n .Lin. nrA.M.. " ii iuer uod i oou. "'" hhuäm. From the New Yoik Spirit of the Times. DUCKS IN SUMMER. -.Tennessee, May 15ih 1848. CITY OF EVANSVlLLEi ' 0CÜ?" We see by the proceedings in the House TUE SI) A Y MOUSING, JUL I 25. of Representatives tliat the Committee on - . Public Lands, to which had been referred HaTerhlU (MfM-) Gazette, a pper Vas Be ben Heading Cass. The Fulton . ... I I 1a m -v J. il r House bill in addition to an act for the relief rWcn U,Cl n0t con,e 'CadlIjr in, thft nomioa- '""" uie name oi cass . . .. .. v 11 MK ,c,lrII.: n.. n . . land run un that rt V.n Tt.i.an Tk. XV.. uuu ui urn. layior lor 1 resident, and the Edi-I r --u.u. in- -w -w mvm m r - I of the inhabitants of the reserved townships in ei. ui uieiucuioco pariv are consistent irr anv l"'w" whihj,!, ihing, it is their Aarr J for Banks. As Ion 10 lhe IIouse without B"0 as 1&.T2 iher vr.. r. fii.i ii:.-!,,.,.. . Ä Mr. LMBHEE . . I I. I ? t . A institution of the kind should eiUt ifihrniiU lo uae " Pul ' nrn . ti,.. v.- i, .i. I The bill was f.v.v... .i, uu j iraw acpi uicii waui.-i Whenever and wherever they have been able B, 3 eu5roascuf was rea . . i i i 0y nands upon a Bank, they kill it so dead "uu l'ttSBCU that it never kicks afterwards as we sarout ie nouse oi iiepresentative .ii Mr . . r Tported the the ex- rsonian has done the same thing.- . tension ofslaverr. and his suDDortofN'orthprn DlUo lhe Hamilton County Sentinel, the lEexplained the bill, and asked Sts and Northern principle., ha, raised the J0 upon its passage. T0' flaS' maintains that on the question .lDC Dedara ocrit! This is back- th,n ordered tobe engrossed. otj, the Union is as safe with Taylor as wholesale. ' ui a mird time In the little county of Wyoinine.N. Y.. a no tice for a free soil Van Btr n meeting is signed B a b b ro us M ust ac ii ios. The Adjutant lce . Iree 8011 8n Btr 1 General of the Armr of th U. s.. t.hi;.h. D hundred voters. -1 . . . . . . . r. . . i . , . . dandy onjcers have become too "hidious to ideut. ox director, but we feel certain that it H seems that Henley with sixty or seventy oth- t ..... "1U10US 10 . . . . . . , ... , . ,.. i.k,r . i c. .i ii . be longer tolerated in this "costume de la Will be putted in khnrl orilfr. It milr ers. the dar before. left lhe I Inn- tn nr.l.r . Jr 0 - - - - - v.. ' - . w.v-. I frQfffg " otker day we heard of the failure of the Canal escape a vote on some question, and for so do Y1 t Ala ta a . I . t a . I fanj-at Aioauy, xm. x. it is now staled that -"S were laicen mio custody Dy the Sergeant I 0CJ"A large crack has taken place on the Coaiplimcxtabt. A New York paper in an article on the dangerous aud exciting subject of abolition, pays the followioe comoliment to , . j , ... . ... .,ruui o j lu "u6mui Ljf a wigc iwt um tuen piace on thei r . ft.he public mind in that vicinity has been much al arms. They were brought before the bar of northern part of the eminence upon which the . rcsmenl uren: "Martin V an Buren inflamed hv the fact hroiiTht tn Huhi in th- the House and their uamea called oreV. The citadel of Quebe- U ;....,? it . s a cold-blooded, ambitious, revengeful, and .. f - -....... -w. i. ...uv.. i - -j nivib ii ..v. tiiviu pit V .iic vol i uc ukc u pun wuicn me I inflamed by the facts brought to light in the t'e House and their names called over. The citadel of Quebec is situated. It was caused ! cola-blooJeJ. rnbitious. revengeful, am xpirse ofan examination of the condition of following is what too place as reported in the by the late rains, and has caused creat terror uuuouc" man- lhe few features of hischar- the broRcu usuiuiron.; ine commissioners Union: f fa . b cterare just looming gloomily before the appointed to examine into the concern Imve "Mr. HENLEY (one of the absentees) de" Many are moving away. ' orld. He is a modern Burr in political ac lound. it is said less thau a thousand dollars in 'ed to ask a question of the Chair. - - - l,0l, cunning than Burr, and pre- specie and not one bill of a solvent bank, and "The SPEAKER, decliuing to recognize the WissuaooIkdubis.-The officers of the anting greater hopes of success in his projects this and the accumulation of broken notes on Ks". SCfu lm rosc anJ 8lal.ed lhal steamer Dubuque, which boat left St P,..r. purposes.- - lllli III Jin I II I I IIIIW TAT -AAA A t A m---- . a . A A. A - AVVII hand constitute the assets of the bank! On with closed doors. By strict ri-ht, the gen- " thC 15,h inlM rep0rl lhat al1 of lhis tribf ----- -.iivwoiiiuii a- IVUliU iiW MM! auvi UIUK Wl Iltl V P TH X IK rl I mv WUI ill liuuuim I dlP IPII inr IfiDir nam I ----- .--r.w w w-r aaai av wa mi. a un tAfc tri I-a ir a. A..i!.l . 1 .a . I . . m. . A monslei Pineapple, weiehine fiftr noiiniit. . v iu, uit-ir uewi . . " 'r remnant of the tribe, which is w" f-ce,red at lhe Philadelphia Exchange on .i ...... IMnmlar hv .col f-. iL. tv . i . j , "j m iiuui iuc ticsiiiiuies. - . -v. . I iru uiuii w gire meir excuses. amount due to individual depositors and coun- 'Mr. HENLEY. Now, Mr. Speaker 1 I along the west side of the river, it i soon follow. Dear "Spirit" There is no doubt about its being true; and it's a good one, if I can hit on the right way ol telling it. Aaron was a tall, strapping fellow, near seventeen. You never saw a more suscepti ble youth. Being good looking, the girls were is easily smitten with him. They us ed to flock out to the country on Friday evening and stay till Monday mornings. Talk of a colt! There'd no such romp as a town girl turned loose in the country. She races, she in mos. she climbs the trees, aha- - A J king wild cherries down upon the timorous beau beneath her. Oli, she is the most beau tiful, winning, delightful creature in the world. Moses was much younger than his cousin. He knew Aaron was taking on about that naughty lass, May Stclton. And Miy was in love with Aaron. May, and Troup, and Sue, and Polly, all canie out one Friday eve ning, with Muse' a suter Angeline. Mose goes off early Saturday, to let Aaron know. Aaron was for running over to his aunt's. No,w saja Mose; "biiug the gun; the wooas are lull ot squirrels; we might kill a a it a . u. " aozen walking the two miles. The road led along the creek bank. Aaron was in a brown study. Cljinkiui? of Mi v. Mose was looking up in the tree lops and among tha bushes, anxious for idod at ... . -. ... . something, ii was the shadiest and quietest oi piaces. do lar no game. u Let's leave the road a bit, and go to lhe bend of the creek," said Mose; "it' so oui ol the way, nobody ever disturbs it. W1 see something ihere." And they did. Let it be dated, July 25tb. -am hissed Mose, through bss teeth. "What is il!" asks Aaron, roused a little. Mose put bis hand to his ear, "Ducks the biggest kind!" "This lime o' year!" "I see em!" "Give me the gun!" "No-couldn't think of it!M Klickklack! "Well, blaze away! they'll fly if you go neater." "The bushes are in the war." sava Mote. bringing the piece down from his shoulder. A . . A A . . öhool anyhow!77 insisted Aaron, it una tiently. "Oh, Lord ! Oh , Lord ! cried Mose . turninir paie as death, and dropping the gun on the ground. "Wbafa the matter Paaid Aaron, running up. ".V Ae Ctrl ia a sicimmin"." They sat down as 0 1 ill as snow flakes. They were white as the petticoats strewn mi the pebbly beach. Their leeih chattered. a a a . A lung silence. At last Aaron looked slow ly round at Mose, with the meanest ort 1.. countenance. Mose7 face, a she returned the glance, was a regular sheep killing one. "Can they find it ouiT "I reckon not, if we're sly." "Let's climb up the iree; it leans right over 1 hem.'7 They crept along like snakes; they reach ed lhe tiee. Mose, beint? the liyhtem. it the gun to Aaron, and climbed far out 0:1 a branch over the creek an J got into a squirrels nest. Aaronjvasen't quite so high. It was a pretiy sight, in course. You've read about njmphs, syrens, and so forth f They coulden't compare. Hair loose, and floating bu (ho wa?es: arms. kc..Ä.e dim ening 111 the water. Fully was while as snow. 1 -TV a TheFiiexch is New Yobk. There is a lnt the three regiments of Tennessee volun- . . ..vvjuui auu iuuii'1 . uu 1 .iui, ir. 0 pea iter, 11 Irr Im n 1-a i . .. - .... f.. il. . . . .. . I W lh trt nut mw.iiii.-tl.tn If. ...I . 1 1 r.. I .j vuua u hij 6lcait u nie institution paid I , - m,0iiUU, (uuuu tam ut "ori ----- - -- o - a large and unaccustomed rate of interest for ..vi cntT . .. movement on foot, in New York, among some lr 1 arrived there. They have lost five .. " . "ine örKAKKK acin 1 e ivnr nignuiie istuow, tTTThe Memphis Eagle, of the 17th, aya!Su? wa" P,utn,P ns Pri(lge in pea lirne, at the three repimt. of T .... I a"d 8al ,, ,,ie wave like a bird in its nest. find the useofdeposites. reco il 8 f 1 ,? couKl no1 oflne most influential French dtizens, to get hundred men. chiefly from disease The Louisville Journal savs thatamon th "Mr. HENLEY. tnrntl. him mT.. I P meeiing lor me expression 01 their leelings I , directors of the Canal Bank wa ihn nntftr;.,.e thecriesof "order" on the lefi. 1 fears and hopes, addressed to their coun- The Black Cockade Admitted. We Edwin Croswell of the Albany Areus the )vo,uIa m?st '."pectfully state to the Cliair that "J"0 " P"s. this paragraph in the W heeling Timea of the 6th Chiefmanager and master-spirit of the whole "The SPkWr - 5.... 1 v.,,.av a .... t. l,,8l: A AA m.mm I lir. klT r4 1 1 I n I -A A. u A.A1 rm m. AK. m.m mmmmu9 A in in V. 1 1 U I 1 via w m mnrarn P...!! f I I.- 1 . . I III ..U- .1 . , . . . I O"-" iiTk. Tr. I .1 . , .... v,... iuuiiu iu uc ucuior 10 luc-uuemiii irom ind aua iu custo- relates the following "On Frilr .v .. L AJu.uiuvuppciAiuuiiy ut-nj iwaiurn. theempty bank to the amount of ftM.OOO.an.1 JT. he persist, in his demand. ?V IoUovvIn5- tnuay week at Cass ever wore th e lack-cockade iuOhio. We v W A A - m A A n V A I H WAAIinrV W PVA An AA Wm M.Ama..A l. A A .1 A a a the very day before the exposure of its utter s'V J" ire. . - To the . , , wi6rBi-,i-arins.i very well. iiucr, Aiivuau vtcusu necks iiiarnru, was ira wuhuwhj, 434- ui tu is ciiy, who Knew ?r?',sÄI F?lC att.empl Ht "tMr i,U,n atfrauceJ 10 the.re. in by her husband, with a halter round her neck, Ge.Ca very intimately, in Ohio, indeed, of borrow for it 8100,000 tn order to keep the front of the Clerk's table, and was conducted .iL. ,Ka KK..t ..uu, tfnsZ!Uim.tdmitt that Gen. Cass did gameup for a time lon-er. He i the moat influ Pul 01 ltle haI1 bJ &-rgeant-at-arms.- L. , . ' ' , - . t .w."r Vi D,ack cocJtade, and moreover that he entiai State iiici paramours ion lwo nenr ami n Dim 01 1 nimp t wnr ttM um mt n h. o.i oi all the old Hunker Locofocos in th, "euleya constituents will i.,nh;m ,,t .t ... " r7. .7 : , r.V.T." 1. I. 7. 0 vi -. i " ."I fV .- . . n.t .t.. ii . . -iut.-cr. Aue ngni mus 10 sen a wiie is unueri uij-m un. 1. . au iucm up 01 .ew lori:, it not in the United Staes.,,c1 eecuon, and keen him out. nr wa Ar u tl , . ....... . , . . l.-nrfer of Gen. Cam. and miilnrilft that h a. w uv I uu aini im w . aa ran unniva v na 4 r 1 m . am a 1 ur r - - - a www and his vice has ever been loudest and most lud5e- r " r IT"" " T T t.6 . T V not barm in a Wack-cockade. ' I potent among those who denounce the Whi " !f r to. The Locofoco crgn at Washington admits asanartrthat ,oes f.,r "hnt.r, ,1 Assault upon WAsniscTox.-The W.aK. Shl b law "ell 0 wile wtth a halter round that Cass wore the blaeavcochde while : !,e liv o - ... ...v I . 1 n.r rAflr 1 th. M . . f 1 . 1. . . I . L. . I ... ... .x.. . I. t.rtrf 1 1 L . ni r ,.-, .- I melon Uninn ir. r , .- . I c muuhu uidiiici, it wie inosi re-1 iiini lrmnrra i rttrrpnrir i o uuiac ui n iniir rl n io I : . abusive of Gen. Taylor, says: Mode Orriccs to Fill. The Locofoco or gan in St. Louis, the Union, says: Five new territorial governments are to established bv Congress, if not thh.vion. ... , rf --n- ' - the next, over Nebraska, Miueaota, Oregon 1 norma ami .ew .Mrxico. . - Troup was slim all over, except the upper works. Aaron promised not tn Innlr At An. genne 11 Mose woulden'i wiok at May. Im possible! Angeline spoiled gracefully like a native ol the element, and Mar was a hi irk. eyed hoori, couleur do rose. Irom torn in m. . . . " - orow. jiiey splashed, and paddled, and cnaueiea iiko mad. &ir. the Iree beiran lo hake. Aamn UA a leirihle buck-ague, and little Mose besan a t a a O luiunoKe anu uurn, commencing at the ears. mere was a louder noise than usual among the unconscious bathing beauties. A . . . A AAA . - Aaron sireicned his alreadv elongated neck. ai lhe aame lime hitching the cun forward. T . .a " uuiortunateiy, the trigger caught in a vine, and it went oiTwith a more deafening report, it seemed to the parlies, than ever echoed Irom a cannon7 mouth. Ii was the climax nf lh Altfnf itr Mi.M iimil.l.J r lUCICi VUb LllU V J 1 Lia IJ i.UII UVIC. J i n v .... . I " uiiiuiU IIUIJI CrJL . ct . I. . . . atanberry, that there was no manner pi harm jcitement, plump into the creek, between Sue in a black-cockade. The Wilmington oread In nd Fully. The eIs! ihev imiva; martin CCTThe appearance of Paris is described as ctuallr insists that the black-cockade never .uanglcJ ,8Dd pul up (be bank, their while UiS u uaun a 1 a iriiriaiiaiii. uu a. mill w iiirmii 1 w . a .a Livery Stablo.$Ii linc!rmicrnH lisivn aaAiJ ! selves together in the Livery Stable Business, and solicit a bhare of public patronage. Their Sta ble ia on Vinr street, between the Johnson House nd the river, where they rsn at all times be found, ready to wait upon the public They intend to keep good stock, and their charges shall be in accordance with the times JAMES W1HTK. July 25-mo " S. C. JOHNSON. RUN II CUE EVERY BODY"" AND examine the fresh stock of Boots and Shoes just oencd at the "City Shoe etore-bein f the finest and cheapest assortment eter offered in this market, consisting of every variety of (Jentlemens wear. Ladies anif Misses (Jailers, half Gailefrf Ship pers, Buskins, Morocco, fine French Kid. and every article to be wished for All of which will be dispos ed of at exceedingly low price. jy 25 W. R. DAKEIl, No. 22, 5lain St. WANTED I wih to hira by the month a goöd industrious boy, 16 or 17 years of age, a Ger man who speaks English will be preferred. Apply soon to (July2vJ WM. M. WALKKfc, NOTICE. SJ OTICE is h;rtby given t'iat I have taken out letters ol administration on the estate of Will iam Dean, Sr., and person i indebted to the estate will make payment to the undersigned, and those having . wm ..... . . . s . in. ... yivynj autherif icated for payment; Estate is solvent. jy 23 WILLIAM DEAN Jr. AoWr. . IaANDND town tOTS FOlt 8AL, I WILL sell at private talc a trad c4 Load adjoAv ing Evansville, containio about twenty mcf acres; alio, ten or fiiteen Lots in the tipper eBhrrjr mem of Evansville, all of which I will seit onreaw able terms in ouantities to suit purchnser The wishing topurc-hae Ind or Lots, will find it to thiix interest to apply immediately, jy H . E. A. CORDET, Agent, State of Indiana Wnrrick County, s. s. In the Warrick Circuit Court f.ir ( ltl- l'..rn iqn Thomas J.lln.ckenride, i ,n Ch.nceryüm Albert E. Lindlcr. rjpIlE said Tliotnas J. BrackenriJce having on the -a- . lith day of July 1S18, tiled hi bill of Complaint against said Albert E. Lindley, in the above entitled suit in the office nf the f!brk nf iK. Wn-;lr Ci.-.t " va AAV ww wmm A A. AA Wtsmi V. AAA A Court; Abo an aflklavit of a disinterested person, show. ing ma 1 nam Aiwrt ti.undleyis not a resident of the State of Indiana. Tlierrfore the said Albert E. Lind : ley is hereby notified of the filing of said bill thu tlie tcairvAAa iia intiKniA 111 aaM 4. .... . .a K . I & I l jears anl pliadi, or answers said bill on or be lore the calling of the cause at the next term of said court, to !e held at the Court House in Uoonville on the pccond Mond a v in October next: tlm mmu l... t-.L.i, contewed, and dcterniim! aceonlinslr. J WAITH MiV.PP rft- JaxuJ.Thorxto.v, Sol. for Comply . . jy22 : State Of Ind IadA AVnrrlL- Cnnnlr. a In tlie Warrick Circuit Court lor October Term 1343 hhnbeth A. Williams, vs. l.;il f.r n; r.... , John II. Williams. ' rpiI Esaid Klizaheih A. Williams having on the 15 JL day of July lK4t. filed her bill f against said John II. William- in the above entitled suit in die ollice of the Clerk of aid Warrick Circuit Court; aim an affidavit of a diMnterestd person, shou'inü that said John II. Willinma ia nt . i.n. . - - .... ..v. . i..-ikjtrill Vfr-.'. 53latc. .f Indiana. Tlierelore the said John II. iiiiAfiis is uert oy notiiied ol the hling ol said peti tion tor a divorce, thit the im i n..nji.T ,n coart, and that unless he apjicars to, or answers said bill of complaint on wr hefure tlie calling of thecauxo at the next term of .Aid court ! Im lil.l t ii.. . . . ...V WUJ . t House 111 IJoonviUe, on the second .Monday in Octo Ut next, the same w ill le heard and deierniiiMl in hin Abnce. J. WAIT n M(.tii' -i't- amu J. I iio.wox, PI fir solicitor. jy .. 73 GENTS. Dr. Cliampion's Vegetable Ague a-: rolting condition ofslarerj. Throughout the irhnh and particularly it, the letter addressed to the most melancholy. From the va.t number of wAs.b?dSc of Federalism, but simply meant a 1 lira am in. ... a. a a aa u in r r lir btu r the course of the four days during We have heard a greatdeal from Locofocos : . . a a a a a a a u insurreci al üen.Tavlor nrnfp. k:. .1, ...!' I wttcu the a - a - w v un. a uan iirirriniiiBiifin a a a . I elected, to adnaiuister th Ki 1 w m backa gazed at bf the ratery eves of the fish a a.i.aa- 1 .a iiawu mat nad pounced a mon 2 them. Ther ion lasted, almost everv about "old Hack-cockade Federalism." and !are robea ,n twinkling, Güt not one with vUiiii. . J I . , I A oriiiir.n; ..:.. one Im 1nt rtr.r. i..,.K.n. 1 .i. .r'blue-lisht Federalism. INow thev tell us or '2ht dress on. Aaron dashed into the ,1 . .. . . vrm.c III - iiMna uucvsukUi UIUII1CIS, Oil , i i , . . . i . . lue spirit and mode of nur pa r!.r i,..: 1 -.il r.:... 1- I that the black-cockade was mere! ran evirlenrp Wood. IliArA wn 1 mrriMA t . : lomriiia: inicuus. 1 . . . . "J - - iv, .icniu as lie t nf irtnll frw nffii-ri nn.l ihm -r- ihminhi I .1 .. 6. . ' IIICSC, OX.CUT I pL... .f. t I i .. 9. i . . . . . . CIJI UllCCIIOnS, ailUCamfi UrODDiniT HI nn uie most retnarKsDie and he most questionable r ' "J11 ' wj street jou meet wo- fxniuitedior tne Decent ol tne Untisn m the aH0,her at Mose7 mother. hAl . hieb h;n in deep mourning, and with all the signs " evidence of patriotUm.-; T, . Vnik a lon2 lurn into the wood. f : . . . ana aid not gel back before night. They i avais! I lift ai ai ikaaa .1 . c Mz i f. - tl. . . . . i: . -.6,.uUi,lc uuuuusw w. throiA-;.tr r-nm h. ir. j u ucci iiuiuuiät. ana nauen i T1:9?" 11,11,3 11 nec?- to lhcir -ore painful that the cer- fMoTAJÄ he creek. T.IK CIULS a.TEAKED to .... - . , , , . lots of small fry officers, and the verr thoti"hi pf lhe fit drippings that locofocos know so well how to squeeze out of them, makea them nave eref appeared aiuce the constitution was uf deep affliction. Vast numbers of the . i iiaiucu. i - nonai uuarda are missing, and the doubt as to I . a m m lick their chops. We believe it was in some such office that "Old Circumstance got his sjart: ,"le p-ut in his thumb, And pulled out a plum And a very smart boy was he." l. ,;t. vT- i . , . . ....u. uwi uie cer- (Aio.i Advertiser, xvir. Alien was one or the lriAeat asmngiousgreat name, in order tainty of lhe worst. I - I " kuuil.ll lUllClBI ""'W'W im. iu im vi vji j niuui ui misaUUll to find anr prnun.l nf a i . . . n il...:. ... r . I.nm. i... j 0 - owM.k uuu ucuerai iwaiia guiug uu I ium iUüffll 112 f. 1 1 1 nieht - ut.c. J10'- h! the same sorrowful -jmntom of the eril nf ?a' Mha.5, H" Uen, 8ddrcssed hc citizens . , m . , . . u U1C CUIU1 of Hannibal, on Saturday erening last, adro- litii war must necruirilr Continus nnli.,l . : . i. ..f n t- . L n Harbor . ... I" ut.uue uninira i eating tne election oi uen. Taylor to the rres- IXTKUVtM EXTSL CVtnvross I frr 1 .1. Tl t ... I.. .. .. ' ,c0 c f, . .. davmcp hra.n.p.frw. 7o . 7 , J J ' wmDcr ot tbe deadind idency. He told a great many things about OTheSoUth üafoIiniailS are Organizing UJJS SIllCe.Djr a VOte Ol 128 to 59 declared ap- wounded to be still seen carried along thedif- the inconsistency of the so called Democratic ml propose to hold 'a Southern convention probations lor II r bor and Kivei I in pro Tt- ferent Streetl 3 CXtHlOrdinarr All that party, With Which hC 0I1CC PCtCd, WliicÜ the a Fti- men. from lhe hiahe.t to ib.1,,.... l ' .M' V .W. knowr I CCi-W e see it stated in several rapers that many to be beai. J the orphaias are adopted bv the Remihli- K.- Lord Holland bavins recently arrived in I anal The resolution reads thus 1 whom thev will ..n,,,.i . t . , .t I I ' rrim uu ruucaiea. Irom L-omtoii, contrived to ooiain aceio w.r J!esolte4, That the reaso miszntA br tn.irausis to continue for some dava longer i. . resident in his Veto NTesstfP if ILmmlfJ Ktt nf n n.(. .n i . el. . ,. . iiBTiug seen uen. iass i' . An(I ,lt PWSM by a TQ.te o 91 yeas to 71 najs did not know Kim " the fTTThe statement that the nomination of -one-third, nearly, of the members absent and "jj ""6e-. Tnet( I1-1"" ..f - mt ii-.j nnlv ibrp rr i.,r i .r.- nd sometimeshe puts Gen. Kearny has been rejected Ly me u. . " " and sometimes his Sout . . I ... I iu the affirmative. I c.ntp turiiA out to be untrue. 1 tjour. ATt a - - - . m Anditr.awdhtfaofp nfQl.'?i, 1 14 t t- - v ,cc a,91' $37 that he ofswallowmga whole phial of paregoric, in Andjt rasdbyaTQ.te .0f .91yeast0 71naj8 did not know him the second tibi. That's order to make the little responsible ouiet-a -nne-lhirrl. nenrlr. nf the memfvr Knt anrl I llOt at all Strange. The General ha. ( r,... luKr m' ...II : . Tk. u: i " v loirii"! i cuumi in juiiiuci. Atic tiiiili' lias . .. . I. . . . . o : puis on ms donnern lace, been tncroughly tried. We have pinched them Southern one. Louisville ourselves to se (it wasn't yours madam) ...a la.t a a X una tneyoniy lauped in our lace. HLLIEVK Til EM ! STAHL. Newsfaters. A man eais up I pound of ugar, and lhe pleasure fie Iiaa enjoyed !s ended; but lhe inhumation he gels from a newspaper is treasured tip in the mind, lobe enjoyed anew, and to be used whenever OC. CAsion or inclination calls for it. A news paper is not the wisdom of one man, or two men ; it is the wisdom of lhe age, and ofpasi ages too. A family without a new; paper is always half an age behind the times iu gen eral iiilurmilion, besides lliey never think mucn or nnd much to think about. And ihere are the tittle ones gro jrin up in igno rance, without any taste for reading. Be sides all these evils, there's lhe wife, who. when her work is done, has to sit down with hands in her lap, and nothing to amuse hei mind from the toils and curs of the domes tic circle. Wh theo would be without a newspaper Benjamin Frcnklin. ijAFK and warranted Cure tor fCvcrs ot every tlencrntin. . Al.-o. lr. t.'li9nin!imB Wrrxt .1.1 Anti.n;n...... .... ... M ' . . . I ..... - .nu-isjrK-juHr, i umying anu iatliartic nils, poM esPinKlour inrpcrtant artubined projK-rties lor the cur of pi.-eases, carefully and correctly combined, one ar ticle to strict tlie t tltct of another lor tlie benefit of uie ijcaitfioi .Mankind. Th'se nills contain the inn r L..i;nr nrrvM-i;. the cure of diseases. Tiicre is no chronic a taction ia which the IJver, the Stomach, the ltowcls or the blood M not Ctifirerrifd T !.-..... il...oll. ... f tl . . ... .. ..i, iu.n fills I V earetully and correctly prepared to meet tho raJ indications. In all Uili.rus romplaints they cure brCtin2uotl the liver, and rarrvimr uff ili rlnn. dant, or eieessire bile: and at the same time exciting the lirer into full action. In li-ann;a th. ...... off the accumula ted mass ot acidity, and correct the iHiiaiii aim uictfiire organs, it. is a lact well known and generally acknowledged, that a creat the the . - iiwaie vi iiaccid temperaiiM-nt; and as a catltartic, they act gen tly Upon the bowels, removing all unhealthy accuinu Iations. They are mild in their nature, and may be Ufed with perlect satety in all aj;es, Irom iniancy to old age. For sale by Win. M. Woolser Jt J r ii i C. IW, 7 ETansTilhsIa. Dr. Thos Newman, Mt. Venion Ia. lt. It. Hillock, Princeton la. W.J. Whiting, Cynihiauna la. W. It. Dimick, lioonville la. Dr. Joseph twcr, Vinccnnes Ia. y 1-3 m w. . MOTJIUTTNO OÖODS A FULL and very desirable assortment of Motir Al ft M Ai m. . f ' . . I A ST A Miiisuicwuwuf, supeni ne uonibazuies, Silk Warp.Alpncas, (some very fine) Alpaca Lustres. riu.re yimm oimi ngurerj Perreres, Mack Lawns i.e., now open and for wile low by l' MJ MViiiiia.s.JUll2iS02i. tt . Mi, u,acs uepenua upon impuritv ot blood. I hese pill poupcss the power of purifying blood, even in thtt most nlMlinm mu vl' IXIiVA MITTIHH! 1 A riECiS India Straw .Matting; J. Vf Just rerr ived arul f.ir antp Inu-U y6 J.H.MArjflEE&.CO. MORI' VPU'SIIOIW - 'AA-b-AV-H' rpiIE subscriber i now opening, at tbe City Fhoe i T: " "P11 assortment ol Indies', At isen,' and Children's Shots, Ucntltmens' Gaurr. &e purchased of tlie Manufacturers in Cincinnati. wLkÜ .... i a a a ... - oc Boiu unusually low. 1'Jease caM H ex annne the goodsand prices, at No. 22, aiu t . nwy i-u w. Ic. UAKER. CASH FOR WHEAT! WE are prepared to receive at the LamascoSteanj Flour Mill. IV h Pat. lnnr nt. Staves and Heading, Wood, Ac, at luehifi.i est market prices. - jeziKVwim sG. CLIFFORD &. CO. , A CA nn. THE subscrilter is settling Iiis business and re quest those indebted to hint to call and settle immediately. Dy complying they will confer on him an important favor. sti i'ir t .!. mti BY virtue of a sjcial Fi Fa on a decree la chan-' Ct?rV. IsUI1a! Irnni tla .iT..a nS ..a .k. . f . ' ' - vnrvt v aA 2 v'ci vi axjv Vanderburgh Circuit Court in favor f Zenhniiah Hunter and aaint John H. liinh. I will on S.u. IIMaw Ka Ova i. A C 1 I t u i a . . a. i c . w Ä.-'isa Mmy vs w uiy joiQ. ai iiw aiotjar ui tne Court Houae in lite cit- ol lvanrillc; between the hours often o'clock a m., andwx o'clock r.c.f of vu ft) J Idi Wl i B9A S. Uvnu uu a f n years of the house on tlie north half of lot mrJ-cr in the original rilan nf th inwn ni ('.....ih. and ot the interest of the said John II. Birth in said half lot. and should no rw rsnn i ff .r nr l.irl fnr ..:i - .... v. viu ui sain renK ifsitcsand profits a sum sufficient to satisfy said li Fa and cowts, I will at the same time and place proceed to sell at public auction and outcry the whole estate of the faid John H. Uirth in the said louse Ana uau lot to mtity aul t i r t and costs Jill IV t-'iMirif j r f' jy6-3wpf$. j f?5fV FOR ST. LOUIS. itY Regular Wednesday Packet. vVri AM-rTi11'-1 e"1 fit.ronning steamer t . b- S Master, will leave Evans- v5 rj ht,ove ani intermediate landings every Wedneedar, a t 8 o'cloc k A. M. iauui" .VT.-fR" w passage apply on board or to If AR. If A V V 11" V.- RINGTUN, HAlAtl &. CO. niKvnnmnv NOTICE is liertby given that the copartnership heretofore existing between John If. Birth and Amasa Woodworth is dissolved, by said Wood worth "king li3 contract. Those indebted totthefirm will thcrcfors prepare to settle only with the under signed. jyl2 .JOHN II. BIRTH. - y w w I). S. LANE.