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EYÄNSVILLE DAILY JOl'KNAL
FBINTED AND Pt'BLHHED BT WM.- II. CHANDLER & CO. FOR PRESIDENT: GEN. ZACHARY TAYLOR, Of Louisiana. FOR VICE PRESIDENT: MILLARD FILLMORE, Of New York. FOR REPRESENTATIVE, NATHAN IIOWLEY. WHIO ELECTORAL TICKET. TOB THE STATE AT LAROK: jsF:rir o. M arshall, of jerTn. UOULUVi: S. OUT!!, of Ti WH-canue. lit. J'Uix TiTci :n, oi" Po ejr. John S. of Floy J. ' . MiLru Cot. of l)t;nr1xrn. Datid I. Do .'.or. AY, of Wavxe, ' Thoma V. U'acao, of Hancock. Ijovkij. I?. Hoc-s.rAL, of CJreene, EowAto W. MiiccHtv. oi Park. 2.1 M 4rh . bih tih 7th th 9ih 10ih J amis V. Soit, of Cinlon. Daxiij. U. Pbatt, ol Cn.. Datii KiiAioar., of lH-laware. CITY OP EVANSVILLEl THURSDAY MOUSING, JULY 27, fXT?A gentleman in Delaware has sent tolnrcsMve to the feelings of admiration aud an- the editor of the Louiiville Journal a verr rus- editor of the Louisville Democrat wishes to to the editor of the Vanderburgh Democrat. CC?Anoiher Court of Inquiry, to investigate! the charges preferred against Gen Worth will be assembled in about a fortnight. ty looking cockade, which he says is the iden- "ico, wiucu nare aaueu 10 ine giory oi u.i u.c u, iy , w. . . l , , " , American arms, and extended American now- nel of cavalry, and two assistant adjutant gen- iicai old Wack cockade worn by schoolmaster ,r. These volunteers have done theirduty, and erals with the brevet rank, pay, &c, of a cap- Cass in Wilmington. The Journal savs if the the duty of an American soldier comprises all tain of cavalry, as authorized by the second mAn.,1 ; t i, f . . i. heroism and good conduct, it leaves them no ei,;nteen nunnreuana iony-seven;and tne two mount it upon his hat in compliment to hi, thoice Tictory anddealh. For doing deputy paymasters, as authorixed by thetwelfth lAndidate, it 19 at his service. If Harney de- this duty faithfully, they do not ask any other section of the last mentioned act, and the two clinesto wear It we hone Prentice will send it reward than that which the government and principal musicians allowed to each regiment Co so Bess. A resolution has passed theltrr. -ml thu iiUl'iii? hnnutfin th wmw filmt house bv a large majontr to adjourn on the 7th fifAiirut " CIT-uen. bcott, it is said, isjo be assigned to the command of the orthern Division oflhistorv or as men who having fom-hta treat the Army. It is stated that he applied for it,fiähl anJ 6alue(1Sret victories, are not return- ,n,Jiuft!;i.rii.inr.i ' I ing triumphant to the country and people I Great News from Ikelasd. We understand.! jays the. N. Y. Tribune, that Thomas F. Meaq- ..... . , . . , , . iiEJVUieiea.Iinspirit of the Irish Agitation. perhaps the most eloquent of living orators, will start for New York this week, and mar .n..!.... i,... . f u ... I , . , , f,ii. He comes to lay the story of Ireland a wrongs, aud the prospect of Ireland's disenthrallment befort the American people. We hazard little inslatin that he will meet such aheartr wel- nisuun0 tnat ne win meet sucn autaiy wel- come here as will make him feel that Ireland is not friendless. ISow that all diflerences araoog JrMimen at home are being sacrificed , . . ,. ... .. .. for Ireland s regeneration, we trust that hereall who love her will tx7 too. Let her friends everywhere make a united eflbrt for her sake,! of fifty volunteers, the public can believe as tied to receive three months extra pay: fron arifl urp ihull innn !rnn, I roll n, I Iritm thai ther please. We do know, however, that on ded. That this provision of this fifth section fam;ir of lndenend,nt Nation-. j - at ry ! !. mAssACHcsrrrs. urn. iiMiing, n is saiu. ill be the Democratic candidate for Governor! in Massachusetts. Peach CEOP.t-The Philadelphia Inqui mji turn uio mj i . ... ...v wiv v. . . . ihuf I Ti a rriirt i -f n riaa ttl iiia ai.i. mi. .... r . - .ir... r Delaware is unusually abund.nt. .wain 1 uiuü inviji.if a a c uituuit . . ... .... i , it lutelhgcccer publishes a letter irom Marion county which says : North Wrsmns Virqisia. The Pelertburr? "I am gratified to lure it in my power to say, that his (Gru. Ta) lorV) rote will be over whelming lu Northwest irgiuu; if the same feeling pervades other portions of the Slate, ment, in the cw ork tcnitentiary, ol this or would under any circumstance conseut to that divs Uli, Gen. Taylor will carrv theSiate infamous convict and other person-. Descri- engiged in land speculations, and stigmatiz . by an imwnwe majority.- ' bing a T;sit to Sin5 Sing, last Saturday week, ed .the cusatiou as ibe offspring of mendacity O O O J anH mall lsciDtSTs or tue Pabiman IUvolt, Du- ring the great fightiu the Fauburgs du Temple and St. Antoiue, the iosurgeuts weut to lhe infant achoois. uhrre mauv rareut had sent ibeir children lor safety, took the Utile ones. and placed them bound SO that they Could BOtlirinht iwaftrentnr bp. tonrerefor her neck. run away, as barricade, to prevent jhe Na- lional Guards from returnins th- firel which .. .. . : lhe iasurgrats couunueu mosi murderousIy from bchiud al between Lbechildxee. . . i r...i i si. CCTine ursi vss .u , .u. iSan. saya the Louisville Journal, Gen. Casssl .... State, was formed in the town of Na pole-1 4M, Jacfesoa iii the town ever. lhene rtcr FaocaEssiTc aue uoTfinmrfli T . a baa a roc", the burden of wbjclii "Caw, couaty. Neajvli the Democrats! w powtea out as bejs-but whispers were oaTe immoiaieu uor. 1 omaexier wi m ... ... i . Irife that her sJeepln? artartm-nt ..,!, I kin? whit thev deemed such an absurd and pineuit. A...iemee..gnow- keeper's roof. We doubt got That V thoroV: atrolious charge aSaint any member of the rabersby aunanimowawrc, adopt investigation will be made of this monstroTi Cabinet, and yet now, when the charge is es- ed a resolution to haul down the flag of Cass violation of law ani perversion of justice. Il tablished a id the guilty mem! er of the Cabinet 1 n .1. and to run un in its place that ol these diatiuclions between jlded criuae snJ is unveiled. Locctfocoism supports him with- and Butler and to run up in its liacc tuai 01 ihg q necMrfy may . out a Wush fo. hß Chief MaglVlrac o lhe na. Martin Van Buren. , wretched aud obscure, are to be tolerated, th. tion. and seems to thiuk ihat Cabinet officer Butler and tie Continent." This shows why the Union threw out as a feeler the dec Iaration jbat Mexico was incapable of self govern meut. Rltlesing VoLLSTttks. The following ar-1 tide detailing the wrongs inflicted upon the bill which paed both Houses of Congress, on bme and patriotic volunteers who are now Tuesday last, regulating the position of cer returning from the scenes of their triumph in tain officers of the army, and awarding three Mexico, we copy from the Cairo (III.) Delta, a mouths extra pay to the disbanded troops: neutral paper. The treatment of these brate An act to amend an act entitled "An act vp men by Government has been most outrageous, plemental to an act entitled 'An act provid ed we doubt if the British convict ships could '"f for th.e W?"? ? th ?r .... . ,, f. ü between the United Stales and the lie public turn out as ragged and dirty a set of looking be- of Mcxico; and jQT othtr purpose3t ings as those volunteer who have passed this Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Re city on their way home. And the food that presentatirea of the United State of America uric nrorided for them, we Jiave been told br in several, was wormv, rotten and stinking, such ' .11. t r o . as would bate turned the stomach of a South- ern negro, and such, we venture to say, as the Briiiah Government would not dare to offer its convicts. We learn from several of the vol- .... . , , , unteers who belongtoour city and who scrveJ with the Juiliana and Ohio troops, that the be-1 to lief among the volunteers is that it was Gen. Butler's recommendation to the War Depart- ........ , . . , inent that induced the order to return the troops to their homes before mastering them out of service, which notonlr returned them to their friends ragged, dirty, and often naked, but de- c0 J 9 9 pnved them of their mileage, about fifty del- iars eacn. u men would nave wen suiucieni to have ciolht-d them decentlr. Be this as it mar. . ... ...k n..ii- :.. I ncT ur.u pa.. - w.Cvu.lä. u v.lcu t i""u against soma ot tDeunio volunteers who claim ed their discharge, he stated araone other thin? J that. "it tranld be an imnotition vnon the rii- e - f i . j , , .... tens ofAcw Orleam to discharge in that com- munity weh a body of soldiers as teas thtu in that city. Tut this and that together and we do not wonder at the belief of the volunteers that they owe the wrongs and contumely they have suuerea to tno tnterierence ot uen. uui I February, one thousand eight hundred and for ler, who of all others should have stood their ty-srven, as requires the discharge, at the close friend. The following is the article weallude to: "Boats are continuallv nassinff this noint la- den with volunteers returning to their homes. I r rom the ilinerent cities, we hear of the warm recent ion thev are everywhere receiving, ex-1 protal elicited by their gallant achievements hat may be conveyed by the terms, gallantry, Iheir own nearta jeyet the gratitude of a . cuuuirj iiu irsssiiuuia uc nieciru 10 111cm. 11 least br a welcome worthy of their services. We do not think any American soldier deserves praise for doing his duty, for if he did not do u ne wouuioe un wormy me name anci nfresnect for answering the call of hin conn- lion )ci tic uvea utwivc some expressions duty. "ßut the volunteers whom we have seen pasauairo or nuuareas, uo not look like tne miration, and whose eallant deeds will live in I u j.K An f Km hfAn A f r a m .4 !.l ml I these! Rags, filth and abomination! Their I i Uivii ovu iiiviii viMiu a? L'l v uuiti illUIIJUIls I wives or their sweethearts, would scarcely clasp n lore', warm embrace, did these brave soldiers seek the welcome in their present con- diliou It isa shame upon Governm -nt, that the. men who have preserved from shame the great act of this administration, the present war. should thus be permitted to seek their homes! in rag". To-be-sure, when these men are dis- j, they will be paid off, and in the mean time they are compelled to live in the. rags and filth they collected in Mexico, and with the lossof n,ileaSe to th soldiers, probably near- . fif , ,. . w . ' . loj l0O( that the provisions provided for the subsistence ol these men on their way from N. Orb ans to the cities above this poiut. were such as would not be touched by home of the mcn hunsfralone comp, ,Ie(( lhcm t0 8wa. ow. As we have this only on the authority the toppage of one boat here for a few haurs. the "gallant volunteers" were about town try - . " . . ..I mgto beg their breaklast, and pleading almost starvation. 1 ne greatest indignation prevails among all these volunteers 111 relation to their . ... . . ... ..i ict-fs on me eicauitri iniscvuii, vi itiiv.li an n 1 1. .fA. a T.cv... I .VxiaW -111 i witn trie excepuon 01 a dozen or twenty, will irtäimriii. vii our nuru, u is rerr poor pou- most powerful articles under the signature of cv ia the Administration, just before an elec- .Veritas,' in the course ot which he charged, I 1 1.111 V r in.f.nr. if 110 ma f man 1 inn f d . I , . t . L . I t ... , hum. . .. .. I among oiner maners, inai men nign in omce 11 ' fact asa neutral paper. there were 750 volun-Lt Washington riir. vn mn pnnncrlprl uiih goiur AAii-ottsiiiiui iiuiu uiFiuauiicr iu uuuiyiatjons in vv esiern lands, aianyof ourciti- U1C3 lIJLaicu UJ auu uu- . . nr r li . ... dt rstanding that Tavlor was favorable to their Jistharge at N. Orleans Madame Restell is Pkisox. It appears there is a marked difference between the treat - me i. . ml oa.a. I. A V Ct.. . li.. .iai:i f,ant lifinnch cfaina.1 with the blood of numberless ionoonts, were cov .... .. . lered with silk mit?, her diamond and other jewels still glistened on her fingers; although "OTS , yet a silk apron parti - lest lhe ann a raval a handsome barege cape was thrown over her hhouKIe"- ' h uotwittaudiug i the atatutreirvrMsv directs that nrisonersun- Jt;p tence ould be fed uriuferior. but J wbolrsotjae od, Mdanje Bestell has the at - tendance of a h;ai k and whit trrnnt who tourer to her from the k nrivate table, mw a,lnty ,.,IUX-U1. f - .ol-0IJ 0J the attaches of tie prison could say whether the illustrious coarict slept in the cell which laws aje a mrxe mockexv. and trial aud con. I a r i vtcuou a aoieran laxce. Mr. Fjllmorz AcqfjTaSce. Mr. Fillmore's letter of acceptance hatfbeeu received by Gor. Morehead. but will not be made public until Geo. Tarlor's is received. The Ahmt. The lollowine is a copy of the I A Congrcta assembled. That the proviso of be first section of an act approved the eigh- teenthday of June, one thousand eight hundred antl forty.six, in the following words: "That when the war with Mexico shall be termina- led by a definitive treat y of peace, dulrconclu- ed '"nd ratiße.d' ,h5numt' of major generals in the army shall be reduced to oue, aud the number ot brigadier generals shall be reduced two; and the President of the United States is authorized and directed to select from the w?,?,e ber "hich may then . be in . office. without regard to the date of their commissions, lhe number to be retained, and cause the re- mainder to be discharged from the service of the United States," be and the same is hereby re- fa,5dl,1Thtl f0,CTn? nl in (7 in tn erat! nf ctntr nfhnmr iha l hs fill or! upmil the number ia reduced to one major general anu two ongaaier genera is. ate. . ina ue u runner enacted, mat so much of the existing Us aw requires the dis cha.uhe close of the war with Mexico, of on; additional major to each of the reeiments ot dragoons, artillery, infantry, and riflemen in the army of the United States, who were ap- pointed or promoted under the third section of the act passed on the eleventh day of Jrebrua one thousand einht hundred and fortr-ser en, entitled" An act to raise for a limited time an additional military lorce, and for other pur V0?'" aod the. M.me. h'by "P?- rauch of said act .passe d on the eleventh of Nrr -1 Jtnit r Turrher- tnnrrrrl I h.l an P1 ine w" WI " "woaauiuonai sur r v n a . ; eeonsana iweive aaaiuonai assistant surgeons as authorized by the eighth section of said act: four Quartermaster?, and ten assistant quarter masters, as authorized br the tenth section of said act: and so much oi the act 01 tne HUM ot March, eighteen hundred and fortv-seven. as re quires the discharge, at the close of the war with Mexico, of an assistant adjutant general. section of the said act of the third of March. ol ar mery or tne ignicentn section ot tlie 1 1. a . . iraia laii niciiiiuiiru an, tc a uu uic miuc 1 i hereby repealed: Provided. That no vacancy (happening under the provisions so repealed shall be filled up until further authorized by aia-iww: ana pruviaca j unaer, inai w ten aa - uuiuuai iwmihsici, lunuinicu in iniue ui ine said fortSOtna act of the 3d of March. 1S17.I Uhall be retained in service until he dih dar nf Maren, to-?. Sec. 4. And be it further exacted, That all line omcers oi ine 01a army wno received ap-i raised for the war with Mexico shall be restor- led to their former regiments or corps and rank. 18 additional officers, of the respective grades to vhich they would hare succeeded, and to . r 1 fn Iniiv cnAil nstm anraAl in v!(na xfl nmvu iiivi a uu ouwwut 1 1 11 lue VII their former commissions: Provided. That such officers restored hall be re-appointed br the President, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate: And provided. That the next vacancy happenine in such grade of such regiment or corpse to which they sacceed shall not be filled. Sec. 5. And be it further enacted. That the onicers, non-commissioned officers, musicians. and nrirates engaged in the militarv service ol the United States in the war with Mexico, and who served out the term of their engagement. or hare been or may be honorably discharged; . f . . h w dows. second the children. third to the parents, and fourth to the brothers and sisters oi such who have been kuled in bat- tie, or who died in service, or who, having been honorably discharged, have since died, or maJ heredfter die. without receiving the three months' pay herein provided for, tha'l be enti- shall only apnlr to those whohave been inac- 1 tual service duriug the war. Ge5. Cass's Lasd SrtccLATio.fs. In 1S36 Gov. Poindexter wrote id our paper a series ot i me executive Laoinet. were concerned in ex- t .. . I tensive combinations for the purposes of spec- r-ns well remember wnat a strong sensation . . . . . o the charge created here and how indignantlv it was denounced by the Locofocos, including the Locofoco organ in this city, as a blse and iinfrtiinilad nlinnnr Thir fiarrv.1 w nn.l!...! : ... n "7 d : iv lr I nihil In CBlIa.l Inn mnnutmn. IV.-. n . of ,he prijent'a Cabinet were en-ad. and malice I WW I . . I twelve vears nave since eiaDS-d.and now I we have brousht to lieht the undeniable ei- I i v. -. r r:i.- u - . luriiLc maw uui. i uiiKirairr a cuare mas true to the letter, and that Lewis Cass, then S ere tary of w.r, was one of an association, euti- 1 tied tne "western Land Association,' got up 1 Upon tor ine purpuseui ipt-iruiauiix in t csirrn tanas a capital of SJ UUU. We published o on Thursday,! copy of One of the Certificates of tock boaring his name and the names of his our associaiespiaccii in our nanuaoy one oi those associates. So Lewis Cass, Secretary ol 1 War in 1836, was guilty of conduct which lhe Locofocos of that day pronounced too mon strous for belief, and yet now, with that con- ducl froTed upon him he is supported a, the Icoloco candidate for the Presidency of the United States! In 1636 our opponents would and Presidents have a perfect right to get up land speculations and laQi-caouopohes to whatever extent her idease! What do ho)iut Democrats thiak of this? Lou. Jour. CCpMaj. Gen.Scott has returned tohis home m m - Hvaasaa a - vav v u aaa a & u a a II a. a a a. aal mm a a a a I äI " 'jn F.lizabeihtnwji, X. J. LOVING BALLAD, TO BROTHER JON ATHAN. FROM MASTIS FABQCHAB TTPFER." Ho, brother, I'm a Britisher, A chip of heart ol oak, That would j't warp or swerve or stir, From what I thought or spoke : And you, a blunt and honest man, Straight forward, kind and true; I tell you, brother Jonathan, That you're a Briton too ! I know your heart, an open heart, 1 read your mind and will; A greyhound, ever on the start, To run for honor still : And, shrewd to scheme a likely plan, - And, stout to see it done; I tell you, brother Jonathan, That you and I are one. There may be jealousies and strife, For men have selfish ends; But petty quarrels ginger life, And help to season triends ; And Pundits, who, with solemn scan, Judge humans most aright, Decide it, tetty Jonathan, That brothers always fight. Two fledgeling sparrows, in one nes, Will chirp about a worm; Then, how should eaglets meekly rest, The nurselings of the storm? No, while their rustled pinions fan The eyrie's downy side. Like you and me, my Jonathan, It's all for love and pride. "God sa re the Queen delights you still, And "British Grenadiers:" The good old strains your heart strings thrill, And hold you by both ears : And we O, hate us. if you cau, For we are proud of you- We like you, brother Jonathan, And "Yankee Doodle," too. There'a nothing foreign in your face, Nor strange upon your tongue; You come not of another race. From baser lineage sprung: No, brother, though away you ran, As truant boys w ill do, Still, true it is, young Jonathan, My fathers fathered you. Time was it was not long ago Your grandsires went with mine. To battle traitors, blow for blow, For England's royal line : Or, tripped to court to kiss Queen Auue, Or worship royal Bess; And y.u an J I, good Jonathan, Went with them, then, I guess. Together, both 'twas long ago Among the roses, fought; Or, charging fierce the Paynim foe, Did all kuight-errants ought. As Cavalier or Puritan, Together pray'd or swore; For John' own brother, Jonathan, Was simple John, of jore. There lired a man, a man of men, A king, on fancy's throne; We ne'er shall see his like again, The globe is all his own : And, if we claim him of our clan, lie half belongs to you; For Shakspeare, happy Jonathan, Is yours, and ours, too. Tlie re was another glorious name, B poet for all time, Who gained "the double first" of fame. The beautiful, sublime; An let us hide him as we can. More miserly than pelf. Our Yankee brother, Jonathan, Cries "halves!" in Milton's self. Well, well; and every praise of old, That makes us famous still; You would be jutt and may be bold, To share it, if you will : Since England's glory first began, Till just the other day. The half is youre but, Jonathan, . Why did you run away? Oh, brother, could we both be one, In nation and in name. How gladly would the very sun Lie basking in our fame! In either world, to lead the van. And, "go ahead for" for good, While each, to John and Jonathan, Yields tribute-gratitude. Add but your stripes, and golden stars. To our St. George's Cross, And never dream of mutual wars. Two dunces mutual loss: Let us two Hess, where others ban; And love when others hate. And so, my cordial Jonathan, We'll fit, I calculate. What more? I touch not holier strings, A loftier strain to win: Nor glance at prophets, priests and kings. Ur heavenly kith and kin : As friend with friend, and man w ith man, O, let our hearts be thus As David's lore to Jonathan, Bo Jouathan to us ! Judicial Gallastbt. Judge Thomas, of Worcester, Mass., being unable to attend the citizens' celebration at Fitchburg, as an invi ted guest, sent the following toast: The only tolcrahlt form of slavery. That where one woman holds captive one man in which the victim not only hugs his chain, but the little tyrant that rivets it.' Cass Wells is Wisconsin. A Wisconsin paper state that there are several wells near Wankaw, in that State, which discharge fine little rivulets from Lhejr mouths. But the strongest part of the affair is that these wells discharge double tbe amount of water when the wind Usoulh, that they do when the win I is north." A western paper thereupon moves that the be the Joco candidate for the Presi dency in 1S52. Specie. Tlie aajouat of specjekhipped from N. York, from January 1st to July 8th, is stated at $7,705,870. Gsy. Pillow. The nomination of General Pillow was confirmed by 26 ayes to 18 nays; only two Democrats, Messrs. Downs end Hun ter, rotJng in theneg-itire. FEMALE DEVOTION. . j We extract fiom a report of a lecture de. livered some years ago, in Philadelphia, by IL Morris, the following deeply interesting tassage, illustrating the devotion and seit sacrificing spirits which are the characters tics of womant "The influence of woman over the desti ny of men and nations, has been tnithty in all ages of the world. The story ol Vituria and the band or Koman matrons, wno indu ced Coriolanus to lay down his arms the histories of Lucretria, ot i irginia, and the daughters of Marcus Fabius were related to prove this truth. An anecdote was related of Hubert B ire- lay, who commanded the British squadron at tne Dattie oi jate crie. ue lost ins ngui arm and one of his leg in that battle. Feeling acutely that lie was a mere wreck, on his return to England, I.e seut a friend to a lady to whom he had been a long time engaged, offering to release her from irrc en gagement. "Tell him1 said the noble girl, ihat I win joyfully marry htm, if he has on ly enough ol body left to hold his soul." Auother anecdote was given, of two beau tiful and lanhionable girls of Philadelphia. Filteeu years ago, they were the moil at tractive objects of every circle which they visited. They were friends. The news sud denly came to one of them, that her friend had been suddenly seized with the small pox, that disease so frightful lo all beauties.-' Though remonstrated with against such & course, she deteimined to visit that sick bed. Iler heart told her that she ought to go" and she did go and hour by hour, day by day, night by night, sat by the side of her suf fering friend. That friend recovered, and the noble hearted git 1 escaped contagion. -Such a noble and heroic act would plead with the tongue of an anjel before the tri bunal of a just and true God. Another thrilling story was related of the young wife watching by the beside of her sick husband a tale of truth. It was on the night on which the physician had said the disease must reach us crisis. How in tensely did she watch tbosu features through out the entiie night-count every breath, and note the slightest movement, she fi nally sees with delight that he has fallen in to deco sleen. that his forehead was moist the fever had been broken She fatls upon lier knees and prays long and f . I erTen,,J'" When she rose, the husband still alep', and a ray which came through the half closed windows, lay alilfupon his lot e head a pruni ise she fondly thought the day of his recov ery was at baud. And he did recover, but lhe gen-le wife was doomed lo pay the pen alty ol her unwearying attention; the moment that dated the period of hia recovery, also milked that of her doom. Her death scene was touching, beautifully, sutiline. Her young husband knelt by her bedside con vulsed with gfief, but pledging himself in lhe most solemn manner, so to govern his life as to ensure at its close a lope uf mee:ing his seif-tiiitlyred wife, otnid lhe bright and glo rious mansions oi the blest. Öho died with a faint smde upon her features. So much for seit devotion whether in (he young beauty , the gentle sister, or lhe doting wife. In how many dear relations docs she stand 10 us. Mother sister daughter w fe. The English language dm a not con tain four words calculated to call lorth deep er fountains of emotion, or kindle associa tions dearer and fouder to the human heart. A Rem arable Incidfkt. A New York correspondent of the Philadelphia Inquirer, relates the following as having occurred in that city on Thursday morning week: One day last week, it appears that a young lady ot highly respectable parentage, amia ble and accomplished in the highest degree, and about eighteen yeara of age, arrired iu this city from a neighboring State, with a view of spending a few weeks with an uncle. At an early hour in the morning aller her arrival, she was taken with a sudden fit of nsanity, and in her delirium she jumped from her couch, divested herself of her night apparel, and. in a state of complete nudity went into the street. The chilliness ol the morning air appeared lo a fleet her fur a mo ment, but as if determined to accomplish something, she commenced lo rut rery hard towaids II nadway, which street, even at that eatly hour, was lull of persons. All who saw her were of course amazed, and knew not what to do. Away she went with creat speed, and had proceeded several blocks when lhe persons who first saw her! recovered tneir sen-possession, aou ueicnmu ed upon securing the poor creature and ta- . r 1 'Pi I : I king care 01 utr. 1 uey sccoiuiugiy uvci look her and brought her into oue of the ho. tels, where she was placed into lhe hands oi the females of lhe establishment, and ulti mately given to her friends. There is do doubt that lhe poor young lady laboied under a species of insanity. Let us nerer lorget that erery stallen in life is necessary; that each deserves our res pect; that not the s atiou itself but the wor thy fulfilment o! its duties does honor to the man, and that we only merit esteem in so far as we appioach nearest 10 the perfect per formance ot the duties assigned tout in tbe order of things. m "Ifyooareso certain of electing Taylor and Fillmore, said a locofoco the other day, Mwhy don't you keep quiet and take i I easy V "Catch a weasel asleep, raid lhe rough and ready: Besides, we want to swell the Hit of prisoners. Gtv. Washing roNB Gbakxik. George Livermore, E'q., of Cambridge, is said to have in his possession the school grammat used by Geoge Washington more than a century ago. He siya ihit he has been of fered $53 for il, and 100 could not buy it. aHaaBBBaBaMaaaaBaBaaaBBB9aV0BBWBaBS"aBaBB--W We are authorized and requested to announce MICHAEL 1. JONES as a Candidate lor County Commissioner for District No. L Vanderburgh County. ' 53rWe authorised rnd tequetteJ to announce WM. H. WALKER as a candidate for County dissolution of copartnership. TUB partnership heretofore exiatine between the Undersigned, under the name oF"IIarrington, Hannah &. Co.." is dissolved by mutual consent. The business of the firm will be settled by Charles Harrington and E.H. Faircbildi to whom alldtbta are to be paid, and br whom all claims upon the house wiil be settled they using the name of the late firm only in settling its affairs. The business will be continued, as heretofore, by Charles Harrington, in connection with Isaac A. Crane and P. G. O'Kiley, under the firm of linau. tox, Csaxe &. O'Rilev. We reler tbe old patrons of the house to their card below, and recommend for them the same Liberal support that has been bestowed upon the late firm. CHARLES HARRINGTON, J. It. HANNAH, E. II. FAIUCH1LD. . . CO-PARTNERSHIP NOTICE. - It will be seen by the shore that tbe undersigned hare become successors to the house of Harrington. Hannah & Co., under the firm of Harrington, Crane A O'Riiejr. will continue the Forwarding and Commission busi ness at the old stand, with the same Wharf Boat and other business facilities of the late firm, and ask of the merchants and trader of the Wabash and Green rirer countries to extend to us their patronage so liberally bestowed upon our predecessors, pledging ourselres to gire to the business at all times our Lest persona! attention, and in all things to look to the in terests of our correspondents, ana to use all endear ors in our power to give them entire satisfaction " F CHARLES HARRINGTON. ISAAC A CRANE, P.G.OTvILEW jyg?- State of Indiana, Vanderburgh County, s. a In the Vanderburgh Circuit Court, in racation" JulyZl, 1S4Ö. i John Williamson, i Vvf. Petition for Divorce. Elizabeth Williamson, j And now at this time comes the said John Wi! 1 comson by John J. Chandler his attorney, and files in the office of the Clerk of tbe Vanderburgh Circuit Court, his certain Petition for Dirorce against the above named Elizabeth Williamson, and it satisfac torily appearing from the affidavit of a disinterested person this day filed in the Clerk's office aforesaid, that the above named defendant is not at this time u resident of the State of Indiana. 4 Therefore notice is hereby giren to the said defen dant that, unless she appear and plead to or answer the complainants said I etilion for Divorce, on or be fore the calling of this cause at the next term of this court tobe held at tbe court-houe in Evansville, in the county of Vanderburgh, and State of Indiana, the same will be heard and determined in her absence. jy27-3w$2. SAM'L. JENKINS, Clk. TO RENT. A two story Brick Dwelling House situate on Pine street, without-houfe.-. cistern, &x. The building is new and in complete order. Apply to BOYD SULLOCK. jygs- i? Livery Stable. Jgty ' THE undersigned have associated theru- aeUes together in the livery Mable Musiness. anu soucii a enarc oi uuouc inniatc. iocir cn ble i on V'inr street, between the Johnaun Uoum and tlie river, where they ran at all times be lottnd, ready to wait upon tbe public. They intend to keep good stock, and their charges shall be in accordance with the times JAMES WHITC July 25-ino . S. C. JOHNSON. "It UN 111:111: EVEItV BODY," AND ex amine the ireh stock of Boots and hoe just ojiened at the "Ciiy Shoe store"- U n 15 lha finest and cheapest actwrtuitnt ever offered in this market, consisting of every variety of (Jenilemens wear, Ladies and .Mistes (J ait er, half Gaiters, Slip pers, Uufkins, Morocco, fine French Kid, and every article to be wished fur All of which will he dipua ed of at exceedingly low prices, jy 25 W. II. IlAKLIf, No. 22, Main f?t. Tlf ANTED 1 wish to hire by the month a good tf industrious boy, 16 or 17 years of nee, a Ger man who ienks Knglu-U will be preferred. Apply soon to JulylWJ WM. M. WALKLK. NOTICE. AI OTICE is hereby giren t'iat I hare taken out X v letters of administration on tlie estate of Will iam Dean, St., and person 1 indebted to the estate will make payment to the undersigned, and thoee having claims against the estate will present them properly su-henticated for payment; rotate is solvent. jy 11 WILLIAM UKAN Jr. AdmY " LAXDAND TOWN LOTS FOR RALE. I WILL sell at private sale a tract of Land adjoin ing Evansville. containing about twenty sevea acres; also, ten or fifteen Lots in the upper enlarge ment of Evansville, all of which 1 will sell on renson able terms in quantities to suit purchasers Thee wUhing topureha-e Ind or Lots, will find it to their interest to apply immediately. . jyH V.. A.COKBET,gent, MOURNING GOODS. A FULL and rery desirable assortment of Mour ning dress Goods, superfine Bombazines, Silk Warp, Alpacas, (soiite verr tine) Alpaca Lustres, upertine black, plain and figured berreges, black Lawnsc, now open gKuIlX8Qy. NEW AND CHEAP DHV HOODS JUST OPENED AT KRCESEN & MORGAN'S tTlm the New Frame Building', o llaim Slrert.J O ÄZIa rs. fn7 Pnuun Uv 60 . Ginghams Prints, at only 10 cents per yard; . 20 ps Ginghams, colors warratcd, at 16 c'ta per yard; -100 ps blenched Domestic; 10 cafes Hats; 10 do lioots; 10 dri Ladies' flippers; '20 ps Irish Linen, from 25 cents to $100 per yard; 50 Berate öcarf, at only 50 cts eaclu 2j sup fumnier Shawls; . . 20 m Fancy Linen DnlLr; Glove. Ilk and white Kid, Tie Nie and Cotton; Steel Llt-eds and Puree TriTimingy; 50 dox I Ioiry, embracing every ualitr; 3 ps Cneting; b bales Uruwn Domestic; 1 Jo Drilling; 2 do Usnabcrcs, And many other articles, which nukos o-ir assort ment enial to any that can be found in tbecity.-v Wemoel respectfully solicit a call from ail w U ww. to buy goods, either at wholesaleor rr'aiL a we feel confidnt that they will find it to ttr irttnett u purchaseofus KKlESEN doMuilGAN. A CA II D THE subscriber is settling bis bt"'"a and re quests those indebted to him to -all and set: le immediately. By complying they will confer on h im an important taror. je JU4W D. 8. LA NC AUGUST ELECTION, 1848. State of Iatdiaaa, Yanderbarjh County, Ss I Samuel T. Jtssi.vs, Clerk ol tne anderourgö a Circuit Court, do certify that at tbe Ceneral K.UtrtuMi tobe held for aaid coumr oi Vanderburch. on the first Monday io August next, the following several officers are to be cnosen, to wii: one Kepre sentative in tbe General Assembly" for the State of Indiana, one county Auditor, one Prosecuting Attor ney. one Coroner, and one county Commissioner for ibe first district. S. T. JENKINS, Clerk July 7 of the Vanderburgh Circuit Court. CITY PLOUGH IttANUFACTOItY. ' Main street, KvantviUe, Indian: ' THE subscriber respectfully informs ths Public that he is carrying on the Plough Manulacto ring business, in Lransville, on Main Street, near the Canal, where he keeps constantly on band, a su perior article of Sloop, Dimond and improred W mond. with a cast mould board. He. wUl warrant these Houghs to be as good as any to be found m üu city, and request tho-e wishing W possess a good article to give him a call before purchasing elsew&ere. JCTCalland examine tor yJurselvea. , . p?o J L Audi'or.