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EVASSVILLE DAILY JOl'RNAL!
rBiSTro and "published bt WM. II. CHANDLER & CO. Fboscription. The present Administration, finding that coaxing cannot win back the barn CATITAL PUNISHMENT. In the Democratic Keview fmr November, r m , . i - . a Ä I -K - 1 flK.. burners of New York to the support of CassJ f V r , ttLtrul.- "IVJ-!. V."! "The Wandering - i a ar i k i u i. u itir iiniriiir mm 1111 mm Ma&iiiiimiiir-ii 11 iniii i t W a-M V vm M a va a a mw w. . - - - . . ma a a . . STORY OF A SHARK. The following thrilling sketch is anil Fortunes of some j At last a deep sigh escaped from the breast from'0'1"0 unconscious 'one: the women ut- teied cries ol joy, anJ llerhmann's elder has in its wrath determined to try what virtue circumstantial evidence, and hung. About three Germ in Emigrants'" by Fiederiek Gestae, ke j j called her a good, dear girl, while a tear wit re is in proscription, me iirsi victim is monins alter 1113 ueatu, ine uue vwiu orcsiu- r:,.Prnail Wr ,Pr. rei-Piii 1 imito. t.v 1 l.Ei.d i. h.r n . it .1 i . . l ...i.i n( t.pj1 m. mm xA n nnf j frnm n nricnnprl t O AniositaiuDun. posimasier ai auouitj, wiiouai tv ok v . . a iwiauuuu.twiu , sentence of death reaucstin to sec him v,(l lo:'k. I lie reader will understand hni hen nnrrrpinnn nimlv turned out of office f0l "nurr semtilte Ul "tdui, iC4U.suu0 10 ate iiuui Young Wetner rtcovered, though but t i. . . ,VU tu"v' v witliniit.Mav.hi.ntt.nt was to be carried .1.- t.. Cii-,1 .. ..,m .t ..i.im slow ly ; ami il was lo.jc.iuig hi see me wo- a r . a j . f n rr I " a-v - i uv cu-i'. 1 1 1 u - inj u hihivii uuu viiiiu' i i 1 I'll I . . . üncjmc iua.1iiimui!ulr..l.u.vuM. v I UltO CilcCt the lUV lOllOWlllg. Uli IIIS Way . . t II' llinil, Willi Ii! issuicu tiiim uii uci giiu,icn editor of the Buffalo Courier, s violent Admin- thither , he overtook an old man walking slow - ,cn ,s u,,der way that . erner, n young I down 0 her knees be lure him, and kiss his Utration paper, thus exults over this proscrir- ly, whom he accosted and recognized to be Ca- physician, is sitting upon the cross-trees,! hand so tint he could hardly prevent her. . .. . I Lhfiri , ,-i M-hit IimiI twon n irilnpca nn lllalfaal i . il I. ... .1... .....l-r. Inli l....r Im-iri live act, and ures tne loloco executioners "-J' v - - stuneumes looKtng oui upon ine sea, nnu ui me nam; iina ucn t-n noun ..... 1 1 . ill lui , aim nau a riiuiiui nuit ut 1113 utn, tui . .... 1 . .,,,,1 chiton il I ic aurht t .v.vu. ..nn .mi. . leouallv al a loss to know me meaning 01 riisi 3 """"" v '" ""ö" "' W1 "it is to De nopea mat mis is dui me com- summons, ihey botti entered the cell togeth-hur Ilethmann upon the deck and that a meucemeiu vi a vifLuruus anaiK u mc auuuh- er. ine prisoner uiu noi move, dui oniy rais- e , 1 . . , , . . Utratinn u o,i its enemies of the democratic P,l In r.mvsnn rernll,rt,.l having soon miSCUievous leuow, WHO nauMUiniMeo in wie r - aM V awiwata vvwa-v-i.-t,- aaw M " . a memoirs lU this Mate." hm at a tavern then rht before 1J ake's execu- s ""S" iciicaicuiy utui sumo 1 u,..c.i The Albanv Evenin? Journal well sars : lion, and at the callows. shoes of a set of Oideubarghets, watched h;s . 0 I ..f.n 1.. 1.. -:. 1 u i.t t il.... : ...1 .1 .u.. ...,.1 1 Th ;a nla;rt idlkl Thi imK.ir..or TP "cu, Juuiic, ftaiu uc, ariniuruu iu hmhiii.it, oiki iiiicw iiicih imcmlmiu. 1 - I r . -r .1.: " I .. 1 . 1 1 i marked! Whether this threat will shake the ce h you caugei me uuioi wiw scrape, iuusi cmiueniy me cry ol "A snam: aHiar: i- Or, TJ2ESIÜEXT: GEN- 2ACHARY TAYLOR, Of Louisiana. rOÄ I7C.E PRES1DEXT: MILLARD FILLMORE, Of Xew York. tot: nErnnsEXTATiri:, XATIIAX 11 OWLET. integrity of tlie few Uiruburners who are in offne, or not, we can't say; but it is quite cer tain that Lass will .how them neitner la vor nor mercy, if he should have the j o.ver of dis pensing the "spoils. Singular. Most people have heard the sto- 1 liana to-morrow?1 The JuJge shook his head. waa heard trntn the rrn-is-treen . It iv.ia 'I lw I llo fr ImnA-I . . öw ..vv.. ..w.. w ....v. x , , upinpr 1wh allmlPil In. w in M ill nothing can prevent your execution. ' 0 ,, . , . , . ,. , An application might be made to the high- " " r " ".-" - t authorities " said the nriso.ier. Pardons M" w,,"n ni eyes were ,,ow ", . hnvpromfi snmetimes even on th. KratTo . "e oireciiou ill WHICH ine sea mousier was "None will come in your case," replied the lo be found. r.t l-v . 1 1 1 . 'uhvf k " H.U110J lu. im, vw uiicu uu iuui ticiiicr VMillcu iu a siicatv til ULMi ioiiii- ry of the Dutchman who wa, hunting ra s in oce, now; but it was one that had np pal- ed hj ,ie sun upon the water, and all the his barn one night when they set the building liation. and you may rest assured, that what- V11..a,,pr. .lUm.r.iv Mf-i.-eiv.-d f...... ihi d,.rk onfire.and the exclamation of the enthusiastic ever may have occurred " other cases, no par- ., ... fin nfiH stanii:I1(, fi;- nr don will come in yours. In lact, 1 understand . . , . r . 0 w 1 ui'iiii iitiiiuo itiii in inn mm :i 1 mi Cm7mrfll I I IV I IV VUI W II V a-uima Tue Rkavtifci. Lkgend. We find in a late sermon ol Theodore Parker the folluwin story. The subject of the discourse is State of Indiana Warrick County, s. . n the Warrick Circuit Court for October Term 1Ö43 Elizabeth A. William, 1 v. V Libel for Divorco. ohn II. Williams. THE said Llizaljrth A. Williams having on the 15 day of July 184?. filed her bill of complaint ngainstnaiii John 11. Williams in the above entitled suit in the office of the Clerk of said Warrick Circuit Court; tdrto an affidavit of a disinterested person. allowing that said John II. Williams is not a resident 0 the State of Indiana. Therefore the said Johrr II. Wr ilhams is hereby notified of the filinty of said Deti- tion foa d ivor ce, that the same is pending in said ?,urt' and that unless lie appears to, or answers gakl oiuoi complaint on or bclore the calling of the caffse at the next term of said court to be held at the Court nouse in üoonville, on the second Monday in Octo- ln U.M. . lk t I a .a s .1 iicii, mc same win oe nearxi and rtttermined in ins absence. I WAITH ruun;P' r-.i-ir Jaxes J. Tuokttcs, Plfff solicitor. jv 5. Im J 3d 4th Mh flh Tth .nh JOih WHIG ELECTORAL TICKET. TOR THE' STATE AT LARGE; jDSnril C. M ARSHALL, of JelTersan. UüULOVE S. OIITII, of Ttppetanoe. DISTRICT ELECTORS : Dist. Joux I'lTeKER, of I'oscy. J'.ii S. Davis, of Floyd. " Miltox (Jr.r.iw, of learlorn. David V. IIou.oway, of Wayne, Thomas D. Walimou, of Hancock. " IiOvell II. Rot sLAC, of Greefie, EDWARD W. MelllMiiilET, ol Tark. Jamls r. S?rrr, of Clinton. Daniel 1). Fratt, ol Ca.. David Kiluore, of Delaware. destroyer of the vermin, to his boys, '"go on with rour rat-killinand never mind the barn! A correspondent of the Boston Chrouotype, writing from Chambersburgh, Pa., tells the fol lowing curious story of a horse recently turn ing barnburner: A large and destructive fire originated in the town ol Eccksburgh, a few miles from here, la week or twoa&o. A man having a sick horse CITY OF E VA1YS VI L.JLE: TUESDAY MOItXIXG, AUGUST 8. that an nmJw-ntinii hrio. 1mpii inil frr nni hv vour counsel, andhasbeeu refused." Althougn sever u ol these voracious ctea The features of the prisoner underwent no lures had been already around the ship, still charge; nor did Uie expression of his face alter probably few of the travellers had seen one in the least. JJut after a moments pause, he ofthern, and all pressed to the ships side to said: "Is this true. Judge upou your houor?" v: vV the fish, as ii came nearer and nearer Itis" replied the Judge. L . , . , ,, ,utriUllunn .Vllllljf.,, I 1 nn I lrrM f Ha tvAri! ranliAil Ilia rim. 1 ! 1 111 4..,l .Ml 41I ...hat 1 ,rt mat cum 1 t . a tin n 111 nun i . 1 & iiai 1 ticivc 1 a ja tookhimintoa field, and placing some dried communicate, which I would not have done " e'' ' should like to know 1 he cat . . . . . - 1 1 1 ri 11 -.. I - nerDs in a tin-pan, tied tbe isame very securely while there was a booe of escape. You. " woouen sime.-i s nu urever, ruouuig in.- . I a m a a..ttt I - . . .la a I .1 to me norse sunder jaw, anu set me nems on sal(i he, turning to the judge, "presided at the hands complaceMtly and wjicuing evety ure, mat me poor ueasi migni mnaie me ira- lriai Df vouns Harry lilake. who was accused mntomeiit l tlie creature. grant odors of the burnt offering, and so be 0f murder.and sentenced him 13 death." Hii w;sli secrned to he un the point of be cuicuui ins ttiuii uioriuuaieiy 1101 uui "I i id." r..u:n...i r... .1. r.i. U..r-.....M. 11. ...1 I.... Ti. 1 1 : .11 ... . t in" luiuniiu, i.m in- "11""" ö "w uuuia uufc mc itauica ttiau estcuueu iwc "Ana VOli. S3KI ne. lUTUlOZ lO uravson. . i . .1 1 1 :. I horse's nostrils, which caused him to break .were one of the witnesses aeainst him. ' You nrM '' from his owner, and in mad fury he callooed ...or- ihat m,. bin, th Wirkliir n,. a' expecie.l the immediate disappearance oi away to his stable, the door of which was open. VOUr testimony, principally, he was hung." l,ie saic Wuen a.leaiful cry such a cry a 'v. r.. r.i..i u- : - . . 1 . . - . .. 1 1 r .1. .4 r .. . :i:.i 1 was, replied the old man, "1 saw him can oniy issue nom me ure; 01 leiuueu with my own eyes." inotber was heard from the midst of the 1 he prisoner uttered a low sneering laugh, crowd which had pressed, full ol curiosity, to the bulwarks, and in the same moment a The fire of the herbs was in an instant commu nicated to the dry hay, and in one hour the barn, a large and valuable hotel and six or sev The Election. The result of the election k" other buildings were levelled with the ground a3 he said, turning to the judge. ISn miir n for vrurcrn rr n hfirse s nn I nV,. ntn..nrl : .. n,. in this county on yesterday turned out disas trously for the Whigs. This was not wholly unlooked for. Acain and again during the Torching a horse's nose. From the Cincinnati Gazette. Gex. Taylor Slanoes Refutep. Some ..mi a "iou, sir, sentenced an innocent man. ,.-;ivv ,liw!ff fft.i ,,n ,.e sinn0,h Sljrfe of ihe "A J0"-", hCllJ wa,e;s, and sank banealh it. iu a wisriiuuu. nan i uioiic umiiummi -i i I i ll Hi I .1 Wickliffe. lie was as innocent of the sin of ' .uy cuuu; my vi.ou. ecu ,. ...... O I avv wM.a,vmaa V II1V. I vav.aMW BäVV 9 KI m-V tl tl vw. wvmaaw-avati - J a 1 canvass have we heard the Whig candidate Hime ago a story was fabricated and set afioat murder as you were more mnocent than you "e ery aci oi inrowin neiaeu uer mcj and those who thought with him that the true tnat ueii.laylor was the owner of a large tract are neipie oe.ug, w, ci, now r, poarcu .. . . . , of land m the disputed territory between the The old man staggered as if he had been the suif.ee smuggling and enroling. Hiit policy was to move along smoothly and wun- Nuecea aml tlie llio Grande, and that an agent struck, and leaned against the table to support ,hose uh. surrounded her held her b ick.nnd out excitement, warned that such a course of his had been recently in Washington City himself, whilst the condemned felon stood op- g(.,Znu n apprehension of the worst, at the would certainly reduce our majority frorajast purchasing negroes to stock it. This false af- posite him, looking at him with a cold,indif- -w; ri v apmoichini! shark, which now shot ar if il did not indeed defeat our party. Our IV" .uouMriou y circu aiea ana lereiu B,r. I forward like an ar.o.v, its attention bein" . , , , . we iuiuk ms oeen repeaieuiy puDiisiied or "ies, oiu man. saiu ne sierniv, -you nave . -e . .. . . opponents have been most active during the alluted toin the Enauirer.-and in that pa- blood and perjury upon your soul, for I-I," oucd by ihe spbsh of the object in the wa whole canvass, were thoroughly organised in oer of vesterdar. it is arum nlln l.t m (Vd. s&id he. stennin? forwards so that the liht of ier. every township and neighborhood, were ma-Mows:" " the lamp felUtrongly upon his savage features, 'Bth tho daughters of Pastor Ileihnnn kin" Deech.es calling meetings and collecting UE5 iaylor ASD the IBOVISO.Uur neigh-j muruereu uiiam ivicKiuie: 1 uiu u: had wi:iicsou the Child s lau; and me ciuesi ... ..... " "V " . bors of the Whig press 'rest:7 They tell a story tint one day Uabbi Ju dah and his brethien, the seven pillars of wisdom, sit in the Court of ihe Temple on least diy disputing about rest. One said that it was to have attained sufficient wealth, yei without sin. 1 lie second, that it was lame and praise of oil men. The third tint it was the possession of power lo rule the state. Tho fourth, lint it consisted only of a happy home. 1 lie linn, tint it must only be in tlie old age of una rich, powerful, fa il o ji, surrounded by children and children' children. The sixth said thai all were vain unless a mm kepi all the ritual law of Moses And Rthbi Judah, (he venerable, the tallest of the broiheis, said ie hive spoken wise ly, but one thing more is necessary, he can only hud rest who to these things added this tiiHt he kcep.-th tho tradition of the elders. There sat in the Court a fair haired boy.pl tying with lillics iu his lap, and hear ing the talk, dropped them in astonishment from his h inds, nnd looked up lhat boy of twelve and said 'Nay, nay, fathers, he on ly loveth rest who loves his brother as himsel and (Jod with his whole heart and soul, lie is greater than fune, and wealth, and power hanoier ihm a happy borne, hippy without it, belter than honored age, he is law to hun self and above all tradition.' The doctors were astonished. They siid, 'when Christ Cometh, shall he tell us greater things?- And ihey tlimkcd God, for Ihey siid,old men are not always wise, yet God be praised that out of the mouih of this young suckling has His praise become perfect. " State i of Indiana Warrick County s. s. n me v orrtefc Circuit Court for October Term 1S19 In Chancery. In the Asa B. Bemcm, f?nrltA9V Tik1!a Calvin M. Williams. rniiPc.; a c- i p. . i . ... I "f 01""" yuiruv iiam" oniheisth oav t oi ,J u'y;, V ea hl9. Lm ol complaint a2ains:t the said Kadley Iields, and Calvin M. Williams, in tlie above entitled suit in the oflice of the Clerk of tho Warrick Circuit Court. Also an afliJavit of a dis interested person, showing that said Kadley Fields' is not a resident of the State of Indiana. Therefore the said Kadley rielda is hereby notified of the filing- of said bill; that the same is pending in. said Court. and unless he appears and pleads to, or answers said bill on. or before the calling of the cause at the next terra of said Court, to be held at the Court House in . Boonville on the second Monday of October neit, tbo sarne will be taken as confessed, and held as true against him. J. WA IT R MOOItE. Clerk. Daker &. (Jarvix, Sol. forCompl't jy xi-j w. The Child to the Tomb. The follow ing eloquent anecdote is from the jourinl o a traveller in the List. A little child That 1 ghtly draw its breath. And feels its life in every limb. What should it know of death? At Smyrna, the burial ground of the Ar and probably other Thank God, I did it, for 1 had a long score to 0f ii em, m a voice almost choked with teiroi meniaiis, l:ke thu of the Moslem, is remov- . . . f J . I . . i . .i- u : i... iii.i i l i :. - : I " . . . ... ! . . . . . . . ed a short distance Irotn the town, is sprink led with green tree., and is a favorite resoil, not only Mi'h ihe bereived, but with those whose leclings arc not thus d nkly over cast. I inci tiieie one rnorrriig a little girl, with a half playful countenince busy bluoeye, and sunny locks, bearing in one Innd a smillcup of china, and in the oilier a wreath of fresh money with which to buy votes, (for with this neighbor not connected with the press, have settle with him. But Blake had no hand in it, L,;0,r uun, .,0t,,l llir i:,l Kikn'" do we charge them among other base transac- labored patiently hard to delude themselves in- I met Wickliffe on lhat afternoon alone with it , b , clieJ cap;a;n p,,,, tions.) almost every day since the canvass to the belief that Gen. Taylor is opposed to none to interfere between us. I told him the A few seconds more opened-have had all their big speakers- the extension of slavery, and would not inter- injuries he had done me, and told him the c$ , . r pose his veto to a prohibition of it in the new time had come for redress. He endeavored to must oeciue me utc oi ine ciiuu wr me Chamrlam, Uvven and Lane among us, and territories. We do not suppose they have sue- escape, but I followed him up; I grappled with shark was scarcely ten yards d atant from their lesser fry have worked, and lied, and reeded in this effort fipn. TvW In timi him and stabbed him. As 1 did so. I heard I him. already seemed to scent his nrev. Ii windled. b pven A-M never worked, and his 230 slaves his recent purchase of more the clatter of horses' hoofs, and I leaned into a WUs then ih illhe youni man in the cross and swindled before. On the other hand the nd and more negroes to stock it-the very at- clump of bushes which grew on the road side. uee gl.ded down a rope with the activity I ..... . , .i mosphere of slavery wnh which he is surroun- At that moment Blake came up, and found - sajor 0I1(j before any one could guoss his hies have done nothing, have not inr.de a .11 n . e t vv:n;oi. t ; it,. .,,i v.. n sanui , uuu ucium ohj tuu. b 7 ocu on aic puiiutrous iacis SianaiUg ODSlin-l " Jö " lut lvau u " n.ltnr. nr h nr h in nrana into the ci ftin2le soeecb. nor called a insle meeting Ltelv arraved aain.t hi. ttPrnt t plf.ln. the rest. The tale he told was true as the eosoel. P,,rP.0öe.'.or ,,,nüer : "V P. ng ,U U)eVrJs .' ' " " w " ii i .i i :f, ta liod banealh. riL'hl belore ihe very iiws nor scarce made a sin was doing in any part result is before us gainst us w e should have succeeded but lor annex the reply. It puts this vile slander at Mated the old man. "It cannot! Villain, you - . . . . ., a a,. . .1 1 I II the base and lying slander that was secretly and res,1- unmiugaieu latsenood. Head ..I-... ul .L- judge: IUUU5UIUUSIT LlllUttflCU OUU BWUlll IU UV 111C I w T Tt T . . I ! L.i: a q I Ala n J I I l -rri- l?rT- r. T T.,l 1 I Ifrnin hVAllHI I O-ITIOITO W 1 OlC locofocos against our candidate that he is a de- Mv Deab Colonel: Your kind letter of the "I don't believe it: I don't believe it!" ex faulter to the county and which amoug a cer- 13th ult., has been duly received. In reply to claimed Grayson, pacing the cell, and wringing ii nr scauathp ovo. Knt thpro . vour inquiries, i nave 10 liuorm vou mat J olo innnirv m In what lOU. UC WÜ5 UUIJ aiicuiuuua IU UMW lllC MllW 'V . ' a iiiM iii m w ww k.MM m I a - m - ...I i.n rl amM . .... Col. Mitrhel nf thi. ritr vrnfp in nn lrom the mans breast, when vou came un and " ' w"s oi me couniy.anu mc T . . . J . Li,.,,,! h5m xviihihi mnrdpri UeizHil ihe child which had iust rcatv. . , , . , ,. i.-j ov. nM SlillC, IClClllll IU lUC-"-"r " ...... ...... - it tven with all this a-1 allegation, and enouirimr as to its truth. We "üootl Go.1! Can th: be possible?" ejacu- for tho fluid l ine. igun eated A cry of admiration at this desperate boldness aiosc from the sai.ors as' well as floweis. Feeling avery inturil curiosity to know whit she could do with these bnglp things in a place tint seemed 10 partake so uvu h of sadn :s, I watched her light motions. Reaching a reined grave covered with a plain marble slab, $he emptied ihe seed which il appeared the cup contained into the slight cavities wliic'i iiad been scooped Sheriff' Sale. THE following described real estate has been levied, on, and will be sold by me to satisfy a writ of Fieri Facias against Hiram Nelson and Solon Loomi issued out of the ollice of the Clerk of the Yanderbunr Circuit Court in favor ot the State liank of Indiana, 1 will on Saturday the 12th day of August A. D., 1813 at the door of the Court House in the city of Evans ville between the hours of 10 o'clock A. M., and C o'clock P. M., ofeniidav expose to sale at imblie auction, and outcry first the rents, issues and profits tor the term ol seven years, to wit: the West halt of ihe South West quarter of section No 7, in Township No 5, Kange 10 west in the County of Vanderburgh. And should no person nlfer or bid for said rents, issues and profits, a sum sulllcicnl to satisfy said writ and costs; I will at the same time anil place proceed o sell at public auction and outcry the fee simple of said above described premises to satisfy said writ, and in terests and costs due thereon, jy 20 JOHN ECHOLS S. V. C. .State of Indiana Vanderburgh County s, Vanderburgh Circuit Court, in vacation July A), John Mionklm, Samuel Urr, Daniel Woolt-ey, Alanson Warner, and Conrad Iaker. Trustees of the Evansville I'resbyterian Church, and Congregation. vs. James G. Joucs, Silas Steph ens. Jane E. Scantlin, Jam es Scantlin, jr.. Kotiert M. Sin Chancery. h.Mephens, Henry C.Meph- en, baieta Evans, John r. Evans. Demte C. Evans, 11. M. Evans Benj. S. Evans, Samuel Shannon, Louisa Shannon, Martha JonesJohn J jnesJane King, E! ijah Ki n W ilham hing and Elizabeth Km?. AND now at this time to wit, July 20, Irq? conti the above named complainants by James E. !vthe their solicitor, and tile iu the ollice of the clerk of the Vanderburgh Ciicuit Court their certain bill of comphint against the above named defendants, nnd it satisiactorily apjiearing by the anmavit ol a disin terested person tliis day hied in the nü'wc of the clerk aforesaid that John Jones, Jane King, Elijah King, William Kin?, and Elizatteth J. King, hv ol the nliove named are not residents of the Statu ol In diana. Therefore notice is berthv siven to the ?,;d John Jones, Jane King, Elijah King, William Kjnj, and Elizabeth J. King that unless they appear and plena to or answer the cotniilainants sail bill of complaint on or before the calling of the cause At th n-xt trrm of said court, to lie held at the Court House in Evans ville on the fourth .Monday in ptcn.N-r next, ttio same will be heard and determined in trw ir absence. jy 21 SAM'L T. JENKINS, CI k Siiikewith your hinds srl ish kick inuko as much noise as you cm P cried the . ! ... . tjfiimni wun one accoru. j:it nie c ijuiiui had Couglil up a rope and threw il lo the. i ho body be b id almost reached, and carcer- laincias wasoeueveu iui mere n use j . Rio Grande nor bnrp i pnt be false! that this dreadfursiti may not be upon ed around the btave SA'immer in nirrow lnioiwwingiueseiocoiococemagouestliroucn em OAA - .t . , , .... to 00 o SlO.OOO or any other sum to the district of Co- me!' t cncles. their duty work. V e are beaten and bv such I Inmhia tn nurrhau k!v- ml I irmi I. if 1 1 1 be prisoner sat down, and looked at me raeacs was never used beforeat least in this had such a sum in my possession. I could nut judge and the witnesses with a calmness whicl had something almost fiendish in it, when con Oranrl. nr c I - wmm in V'..l,;nnl. S - I trusted IV Ith I hp PT I TP m P ft tri t a t I OO fit ihpnilp. upon us. As for ourself. we consulted the .u ' u 1.. .. " IeL,i u ioi .....r .. 1 1 11c many aiiusduuus uiuuui esainst me Dy BUU '"'ö""; 1 1 1 1 1 . .1., 1 1 1 :.. i.: ir r.i -r 1 I ' . . ... O .0 I ... ... , P . 1 . r . . I t ni.iil. ivllii hiJilOU' Ihe child III 1)1 It'll wisnes oiour canuiuave anas numocr or our roy opponents. 1 should be much erat Hied tol ai last me oia man sioppeu in iront oi mm; j . - - learn that they had succeeded in substantia, and with a calmness so suddenly r- -1 . . ; .l.i : i.. .ri " .e. :. ..ill- l f . ll ... . I.- . ...l.il.. I... II. I r. - l -.,.1 r. i:a..:i v tins me cnarce mat 1 nave in my possession me miusiouiis paroxism oi remorse,- uiai ii neiu iiunseu n o..c i.c nn.cu ..... ....iiunuuHuui um liiiivuimiuic r . ar0n H. rrlnin,) ai.l- V.M. rP .. : . i. I l.ij f.t-f nn.l ant.mti tiif vv .,fr l.r JMJ 1dl iLC IX P Li I II Oil lllil L"UC BS LUC Uli" H II 1VP I V a m- mam.aa.vm.v W m-a in ta . aaua mmy I n IUI ail IIIS "-va wm- ...-w. rember election we shall tror weshail labor me,uioned. one whose life has been a tissue of falsehood LroUU, ,iin night and day and all times, and from the high- 1 boa. that vou will not out vourself to anvl and crime, iou must protewhat ou havcl mji;,it il.p rnnp around vnnr elbow.' call - I - . . Z J ! . .li; . ,1 I . . est to the lowest of th( s locofoco demagogues trouble to meet the objections urged against saiu, or i ii not wiieve ii. ' . ed ihe Captain, "and we can haul yoiiuji.'' I i- i a .. ll I . I 1 I I passengers; but theshaik, frightened by I ho 'out in tho corners of ihu level tablet, an 1 hid loud crash, and rendered uneasy by th J cries; the wroilhon lis pure I ice. and noie on hoard the ship, dtew hick fiotnt 4And rliy I ciuiuiud, 'my sweet girl, do i -ii .. , i me. Dv muse onnoseu ro me. ii inpr nrp ni ucucic u. ic niuiure misuiici, i oa none tuau escape, meir rascality, snail re raia - 4.r . i , ,rt,ni. (,i.,iinn ,i hr i vnr mnnv lie VDUiiif nun uuiwi um an hw wiu iiu . . ., ... J , ... , , groundless as the one m question, for when whole transaction, and heard our testimony ' J . . r . , , bare, and we thall eee if a like result will fol- they see fit thus to disregard the obligations of at the trial; for I was there too. I'll now tell generous caenhee tocm iu vain; lor the fhnk low. Itmltl It 14 II plpfc In rnrilpnil with thom I VOU what occurred at thesnotorthe murder, by tl is lime hid found that there was no - The MicntcAS Revolt. The Ann Arbor success, I-remain sir. With my best wishes for your health and which you did not mention, but rvhich 1 saw. new dinger lo bo apprehended from uns . I ll . -.l-.--.L - ll . . . True Democrat, organ of the Radical Democ racy ofMichigau.edited by Dr.S. Denton.of the State Senate, has hauled down the Cass and Butler flag, and raised that of Van Buren and Free Soil. The True Democrat is a publisher of the laws 'By Authority' for both the Nation Very respectfully, Your obedient servant. Z.TAYLOR. Col. A. M. Mitchell, Cincinnati, Ohio. As larsH Harvest. lhere. is, says the.d- ' Ji ...:,u o i .i: Ä.i .1. i...i .r ,i.0 ..i,ni,n m-m viI,pi. in ih .i lion, growing to-dayon Irish soil 80,000,000 1 "V7--"-8''m7" -itj i reckon we of the bestNuul ""a-- . i"-" . j v '7 : . . T'.' . When you rode up. the man with you jumped ouartcr. shot forward once more off his horse, and seized Blake by the collar; -i-u S ilUi, indeed, hauled the rope with your hat fell off on the pommel of the saddle, I. ,1IGI1,M, and frnod will, bul their but vou caught it belore it reacned theground. , , . ...T.,M. r.,.i, , . v. -J? fr.....h -.1 uiu. v.- bei seemed to come too lue; lor the moo X SJKJL I lit 41 OLIUIIqWU UVIi ailVA 1 Ullb f n- I - - - it I f son held Blake, you examined the body. You er was nut a lew leet on nmn n.m, ami attempted lo pull the knife from his breast, but was just at o it to torn on its back, to snip al - i r i i .u . : r .i. i...lvuur un"crs. iuu iuuiwuiuui uau al and State Governments. It wields a 1"- ; to dar be- 8rounJ- an(,'Su,5 to a buh oa the road side, ;llld ,ear!ul drcaü awaited lo see the worst- erful influcnce.for the people know it to be hon-Uweenthe hedge-rows that feute m these trea- broke Lff somc aoJIwlPledl 1"! h,a?,ds a heavy peice ol meal fell into the sea, close C&lAv-l Ot 1 17 v OIU-j . iv ait ij vi it va v est and faithful. sures. 2,000,000 of the Irish : "-1 . .k... 1. .1 luouuiu-iu, Kam am at Mil The Grand Rapids Enquirer, a barnburning J.wel nexl düor. t0 bep7 honkruptcy in d . . u dJle f f f owed by linn a quick as l.gh n.ng. 3assrper,peakinSofMr. Van Buren s let- lbet ? J"1 .P?rl.s, XMlch 1,1,4 a sumach bush. As you did so. you looked l..sirueth.ii .his mouihtul on y s f;,rtC;oentio0nntlTti,a. Wn,p IV rl If" ' !' round at Blake, whowas standing with his to have whetted his appetite for rn .re, mialn iitbew &) arms folded, and who said, Dont be uneasy mrncd again, and mailo a seooud movement i adraataeof anew aboul rae' Caleb; 1 didn't kill Wickliffe, and lo sejze ,,e body of tiie bold iwimmar, who be laid inIrefand. don't mean to escape.' At one time you were was already halfdrawn up from his ua'eiy and wash- IO ,lie 0?n fiin3 f ,lie s,la,k0, wa:, sal' Cass pa pe ter to ihe convention at Ctica, betöre lU re- Igled away before Crist mas next another miser ception.tays that it "contains councils of able million. lo our peace, words of concilation,and the earnest ad vice oJ a sage of Democracy, to union and con- seemed for l.e yon it seed in iho-e !i il5 bowls theiet' Ml is tu bring the birds here,1 site replied with a ball-ivouderiiig look; they will lijhi on th s tn o when ihey hive eaieu the seed, and sitii.' To whom do ih'y ting to, you or each olhei?' 4Oh, no!' she replied, 'to my tisier she sleeps here.' Bit your sister is dead? Oli, yes sir, but she heais the birds sing ' 'Well, if she does hear the birds sing, she cannot see lhat wreath of flowers.1 'But sl.o knows I pul i: (here. I told hei hefore ihey took her away from our house, I would come and see her eveiy morning. 'You inosi,'' I continued, 'irive loved that sister veiy much; but you will never talk with her any more never see her agiin.1 'Yes, sir,' .he replied, with a btightened look,'! shnll see her in heaven. 'But she Ins gone to heaven already, 1 Iiihi.' - St; she stops under this tree till they Uiing mc here, and then uc aie going lo heaven together. IV! KDICAL.DR.C.S. WEEVEIl, (of tlie late J.IJ linn ot Traf ton &. Weever.) Physician nndur geon, ollice 'on the corner of First and Vine streets, a U w doors above the Exchange hotel. aug z cession. "We do fear that it will work wider injury .mnJ talk about the Dptmir Tnbn their scouts spy ing through every pass Does, who will join in the Barnburner Move- thousands batta honed in every cjty-their ment in Michigan and its vicinity, but vve tell rub league or Council of 300 honest, clear- jhese wisacres that we walk amid a smothered headed and brave-what gracious purpose . . " mtht not a regeneration fund of xSO,000,000 conflagration. fce ufneJ ,0? b The PontrXc Jacksonian, and Jackson Tatri- Less lhal) one l,alf of it would feed the reo- ot which murmured at the Hunker nomica- pie till another harvest had forced its way into lion have chafed hands, but the Baxnburn-' e light. It is the opinion of even English . 1 7u i a i .:n economists, that one year s produce in Ireland is era still control their columns, and they will !wo yM. footl. Upon the appropriation of eventually come into me support oi aji uuren ,uls nrSt part there could be no quibble, and 000.000 were boldly taken foundation for life raisht be laid in Ireland. pv. -V. r'T' . 7 V." T . . T w already nan uraun up irom ins ua-eiy Let uskuppose the thing abouito be tried-letr'unn.sIxeeioVVV. "."T.V f"Uk'rave; but suddenly the shaik bf.g, to hsh us suppose a thousand club, of 300 en. .1. water with his tail, staitcd back several spread over Ireland their club-rooms over h,Y 11 e v,n vh en o. stumbled feet, and dived down. aeainst every DarracK in town and countrv - .'. . , . . m i ...i 1.1...1 i.:.,ir.. .1. ..1 . .1 land dropped your ciovcs, as you mountea your ivioou uuuuitu uihim-u .n uiwui. u? luciij. - - - 1 . ..r.i.:..! .,... ;... .!.. nOlSe. MO lllC I..IU?C vi uns uiuiwni in;.iiiLduic. mi "God have mercy on me!" ejaculated Gray- Vatioa,for all lhat had hands hulled away to son. "inis is an true: dui one wora more. .... , , or e ow. who was a most leriihed w - 1 mtf:i.l:rr. I l. B . . 1 ueara vvicaitur, as we iuuc uF, aune.iv vuu duatli. on board.- and he had scaicelv hand Mercv. mercv. Harrvl I . . , r 1 . . .' . .. ... - nil in in mit r 1 I in s mn ier. dp mm i 1 1 Kiinninn i r Ii 1 1 1 1 a iy firctrifTi-l'"w, o ' - i3 r0'"0 "w "'J I - ,, , 1. a ;.. .1 . 1 .1 : II.., .-1' lieil OaCK ficnacteaa 111 . 111c. aiuis ut muse 0 . . ... . ... . ..I .ii.. The old man darned his hands across his arounu nnu. But ilicre was noi a woman on board who would not have pressed forward lo call luck the f tinted one into life, and the mother ot ihe saved c hild threw herself on her kners, and audibly sought the Alnrgh'y i:ot to nb her so soon of the saviour of her beloved child. There was no surgeon on boa id a, in deed, theie harüly ever is on board of ship destined (or emigrants but the C.i plain hid abandoned his medicine chest to them ami Hoffman's drop?, sj! volatile , and several other M)werful lemedies, were applied to bring the color hack to the pale check, and open the closed eyelids. face, and fell senseless on the floor. It is needless to go into the details of the prisoner8COufessioa, which was so full and . ...i r. t . . 1 I r . 1 The Allegan Record the Little John organ, ahould be tolerated no argument. Ifany man P . f tf fc fc ?d f h first droPled Cass Mr. L. was foremost in said nay mid put forth Iii .band upon the peo- T Ue of wickliffe's murder, the Barnburuer ranks a-ainst Gen. Cass for U. piea focxl their aasver should be the ,ike J H m cwJa s another of ihose who S. S-nator in the Legislature point or the bulleC 0 cojf the nortogs a" fa j. f ... . Circum. Lieat. Gov. G reel vivestdcd at a recent Barn- Jews, and absentees would suffer. 1 her must 1 ' " h , Vv;fipn burner cneetin- at Adr.iu. be clipped -of their rack-rents, and usu- 8lailUdl idence. Hon. B.S. Wilson or Ann Aruori.nuwa. noupr tcuu. or iue ,, uoi u.c u. are nou- about four thousand n vjmith Secretary of the last Sedate, and b. banished. J here is no alternative, lhere . , . . . , P-Tir of the Adrian Watchtower, Jxie al- must be in Ireland a ocial revolution or a wil- troops stationed at Jefferson Barracks, below lonzcoiv. y. 1,. ...... .-,... T7 I I 1..1.. I.- 1 t),,,;., o. t..:. tl. t 1 - k: ,1 rt so rerorted as converts ironi tas." auu jjuuer loiiiriu-m. winiiiu,ioir, iam.c ou iuw.o, i, uuuis. oc umiama uu. w.in& iua. w Van Buren and Free Soil alHiav had their peasant insurrections, their lhe accommodation of the troops, a uumberare Free Sil meetings were to be held a. ron- reyptutionin tenure, tne.r S";1"1' encamped in tents around in . . .1... ofi.i. n,l nt Ann Arbor on the 1st Ueston of the snil. Irelaud 1 at last at l. . . . Wh- dmi't Gen. Cass re.MPn? baud. the delightful I groves that sttrrouud the Barracks. MEDICAL NOTICE. TVU. C. S. W'EEVEK, s ucccssor to Trafton and I J Weever, would respectfully inform his friends, the friends ol the laie Dr. William Trafton, and the public cenerally, that ho has, in order to be near his residence, exchanged otiices with Dr. t!eo. li. Walk er, and mav now lie found at the oflice on the cor ner ot First and Vine streets, at all husinet hours, ptrriit when alisent on nrofessional duties. To Iiis friends and acquaintances, Dr. Weever has only to say that he will tie happy lo serve them at all houia day or night with the tame zeal andhdeh- tv as he has heretotore none: and lor a compensation J. ! II ...11 as low as that required vy any wen rcaa .ucmca gentleman in Evansville. To those not personally known to Dr. W. he begs leave to say that he was lor three years a Pupil, and lor nearly tour years a partner oi trie laie in. Trafton. dunnii his nunilace he enjoyed the advan tapes of the Medical Departr.ient ol the University o: Ixiuisvill i, and the Marine Hospital andeuiiscoueni v those of the JelTerson McJicnl colleire ot lliiladel- phia where he craduated in IS 11 and where he also r. . . . - a ä"l t I enjoyed the U'ticht of atten Jance el the uiocKiey Hospital, and at Wills llojpital lor tue irnnu nnu lame. Dr. Weever's residence ia on Fceond trret, first door below the Krv. Mr. Dod-cs Church. lVrpont calling at the olhcc will nlw.iys find eonie one there at all hours day or night. au ICE! ICK CJNSTANTLY :ept for retailing at the Hore ol n,ny2ö ALL1S &, HOWEb. rAPEItllAINGIXGS. OK( riECES Wall rapor, new style; nOU CU0 ' Haiin faced: 100 " New Ftylcs 4-4 Window Paper; Just reived and for eale low by .,, , myC J II MAGHBR&CO. State of Indiana, Vanderburgh County,, s. In tlie Vanderburgh Circuit Court, in vacation July 21. ISIS. John Williamson, i VX. retmon lor Divorce. Elizabeth Williamson. .... ... And now at iln.i time comes tlw; sol Joiin ii leotn?on Lv John J. Chandler his nttorney, nnd filrs in the office of the Clerk of the Vonderl-urgh Circuit Court, his certain Tetition for Divorce agaiiiPt lhe above named Elizabeth Williamson, anu it fatisiac torilvap;x?arii:sotnthe atlidavit of a disinterested person nils oay iiicu in e v. n . ix a . that the above named defendant is not at this time a resident of the State of Indiana. Therefore notice is hereby civen to the said defen dant that, unless tshe appear nnd plead to or answer iha complainants sail Petition for Divorce, on or be fore the calling of this cause at the next term of thi court tobe held at the cuurt-houe in Eynnsvula, in the county ot V arulerburgti, nnd Mate oi inuiuna, w i l I I -1 . ; .. ..1 In tr lniP. saine win oe nearu aiiu uwi"""'" :..".. jy 27-3w $2. SA.MMj. J ww.c,u State of Indiana, Vandcrbiirs tonatr, tn the Probate Court Vandorburgh Couuty, in vaca cation July-tu. a d. i?n James T Walker, adru'r of Joseph Finney.) I i-uuon deceaped. . . . 1 T .1 . ...l.t. Unknown heirs of faid Josepn r inneym u, ND now at this timeroines t he wod adminiftra A ..t, .n.l fitinthe ollice of the Clerk ot the Pro bat Ccurt of Vnnderburgh County his petition pray- ing for the sal? ot ta reai waieui ".ruii, Fii.ney, deceased, and it appearing Trorn , the . uLidawt of a diMnterestoO. person iuu ua7 .u .r'""-, office, aforesaid that the unknowm heirs of the mkI of Indiana. Therefore notice is hereby K,Ten to .he iid unknown heirs to appear on w mwr u. in" of tiiis cause at the next term of said court to l held at the Court House in Evansville on the econd Monday in August next andthow cause if any they have or can show, why the real estate of the said So'ei.h Finney deceased should not be soMani made aS in he Hands of the wid admioiauator r tt. nent of the debts, and demands outstay against said estate. ctM'L T. JENKINS.f jp' A VALUABLE FAIUI for SALE CONTAINING twohunareoanuMA-., IV-onc mii one Imlf ocr, nincly-six "';'"01'.!S 1 crrc Hauler one nan "r:-f .l. .fat, ron,l Äanl 8tory frame hoie, " t) 'two lei- long. . -V-'" TV " lon bv twenty large double log oar. , i...,i i a uiiitn mine wa - a o, ,r.-.- nt.rraTV out Uukiings, am. lenStn,anuuo.. - - bunijred cf choice anIa plenty ftfI'nhrt othcrtruit trees -On the "tuide M S, is a good frame dwelt S'i a frame smoke house, wit h a farge double barn , ing, a iraiiic r j j t idjnjra 1 und ed Kring ari'le "-es ot the bc,t kind, also OIiG 'fJtv on wich, K b end cherry trees, a never toUhTl K iue tint kind of v, ati r The land is n a liTcli state ofculiivation,plenty ofgood hickory. S5tc and black oak timber tor all purpose, p enty of sand, fiec and lime none rock, in i-hort every Unng tn makeit a detirablc Ucation. It is one of tho best ocations in this part of I Lactate or a btore and pub- ic hou?c. This larm will be sold on reasonable terms and payments made easy, ror further lntor naiion enquire of James T. Walker, ot Evansplla or to the proprietors on tho premises. roses-iou may be had immediately it required: c lo.-K-es.iou j joiJN BUUTIS. THOMAS IIKNNEPSYT Scott towmhip.Vandcrburg co. la. Iapl3 di.wmG IUST Iteceived this day by osprcss. a few cases of mens line Calf monroos and M Uses' Laced IJ.wts and a variety of chil.ircns' fhe, &e., &c. may?. W.U. LiAKEli, No main nrcc. JOl -Up":'- ' "