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THE EVANSVILLE JOURNAL,
PRIXTEU ANU PUBLISHED BY WM. H. CHANDLER & CO. The Tri-Wekklv Joc.vai. is published on Tues days, Thursdays, and Saturdays, at $1,00 per annum, in advance. Thrt Wh.ki.y Journal is published on Thursdays, at f2,(H) jmt annum, in advance. FOR PRESIDENT: ZACIIA11Y TAVLOR. FOR CONGRESS: X2 ZiX SUA BXVXBRES. Of Gibson County. FOR REPRESENTATIVE: JAMES E. BLYTIIE. CITV or EVANS VILLEx Thursday Morn ins, Mny 27, 1817. CC3 Wasted at thU Office, a lad 15 or 16 years of age to learn the Printing business. Louisville Legion The Grace Darling with two companies of the Legion on their way home, passed here on Tuesday. The Bunker Hill with two companies of the same regiment passed here yesterday about noon. Maj. Shep hard informed us that the Legion returns with 405 out of 700 men with which it went to the field.' The citizens of Louisville intend giv ing these troops a hearty welcome home. CCSWilmer & Smith's Times says "The news of Gen. Taylor's victories was received with much satisfaction in Paris. Old "Rough and Ready's" reply to Santa Anna's summons to sunender, is greatly admired from its noble sim plicity; and I have heard several French gentle men declare that it will live in history like Na polcon's appeal to his soldiers at the Pyramids, or like his spirit stirring address on seeing the win rise on the field of Austeilitz. A PREDICTION OF GENERAL TAYLOR VERIFIED. We have received from Lieut. J. A. Epper son the 1st No. of " The Picket Guard;' pub lished at Saltillo, Mexico, by W. &. M. Osman, of the 1st Illinois Regiment. It is a small af fair, but bears evidences of talent. It will be recollected that in February last a number of the Arkansas volunteers were charg ed with committing an "inhuman outrage'" by indiscriminately slaugtering more than twenty unarmed Mexicans at a Rancho near Agua Nueva in revenge for the murder of one of their comrades. It seems that Gen. Taylor made every effort to discover the perpetrators of the out rage.but their coinpanions,from a mistaken sense of honor,prefered to share their disgrace to giving up their names, and in consequence, Gen. Tay- or at length found himself compelled to punish the entire companies to which they were known to belong; this he did in the manner indicated in the following extract from a General Order, published in the Picket Guard: Ho. O.BS. Army Occupation, Camp near Monterey, April 2, '47 Orders ) No. 24. ( II. Companies B. and G., Arkansas Cavalry, within whose ranks are included the perpetra tors of the inhuman outrage committed near Agua -Nueva on the 10th of February will take up the march for the mouth of the Rio Grande, at which point they will be stationed till the expiration of their time of service, The Commanding General lias hoped that a prompt disclosure of the names of the guilty individuals would have relieved the companies Wc learn by a private letter from Indianapo lis that four companies only are reported as, full an I organize 1, under the call made upon this Stt'te for one full regiment of infantry; and one of these companies, although they have elected their officers, we know is not full and cannot be in any reasonable time, and, we learn, are aliout to disband. We regret tliat our people do not show more alacrity in coming forward at the call of their country, but no one conver sant with the doings around Camp Whitcomb last Spring anticipated any thing better. The purest and Will IHT it quickest wav to roise the regiment 'or nur tfOTcnTamna bvjte xo vtf.iarr. To their intention to slay at home, and not meddle with the election of field officers and other ap pointments with which they have no business, The log-rolling which they engaged in at Camp Whitcomb last Spring and the trickery they re sorted to to place their partisans in office wheth or qualified or not, was a disgrace to the State aye, is the caw, of all the disgrace that can at tach to the State from the conduct of our troops now in Mexico. The people know these things and knowing the itching desiie of the Governor fur such work are reluctant to afford him anoth er opportunity to exert his peculiar talent We greatly fear the regiment will be the last that is complete under the late call from the General Government. GCiTThc State Journal says Santa Ann la lioredashard in his despatches to explain away bis defeat at Buena Vista, as Polk did, in his Kane letter, to make the Pcnnsylvanians be lieve that he was in favor of the Whig piinciple of protection. Botli of them lied like "Old Nick." IMPORTANT FltOM MEXICO. ADVANCE OF GEN. SCOTT ON TIIECAP1TAL The N. O. Delta of the 18th has the only intel ligence from Mexico received since our last. We have New Orleans papers of the 20th, but they contain nothing later than will be found beow. Correspondence of the Daily Delta Jalapa, Mexico, May 3d 13-17. Eds. Delta This morning a train will leave here for Vera Cruz, and it will doubtless be the last one that will go down for some time. Tlie recent attack on Bell's train of wagons, w ill show that the guerrilla system has been com menced by the enemy, and the heavy force of four or five hundred men, who are ordered to escort the train down, argues pretty conclusive 1y that our folks fear to trust them now with the usual escort. It may not be so much this as the fact that on the return of the train more than half a million of specie will be sent up. In Gen. Scott's orders of advance, (a copy of which I send vou.) you will find that the long- cherished principal of mine to live off the enemy is about to be realized. On Tuesday, Gen. Quitman's brigade will leave here; on Wednesday, Col. CempbeU's, (late Pillow's); on Tuesday Col. Riley's; and on Friday, Gen. Smith s and the last. 1 hose com mands, moving in 21 hours of each other, vrill so continue until they reach Puebla, at which place they will doubtles rest a day or two before entering the city of Mexico. . The enemy have evacuated Tuebla. Not a soldier is to be found on this side of that place and very few between there and Mexico. Bra- CC5The Democratic Editors of the 9lh Con gressional District held a Convention at Ply mouth on the 6th inst., where the following preamble and resolutions were adopted. "Whereas, the last Congres, as we believe in direct opposition to the interest and wishes of almost the entire mass of the People, repeal ed the provision passed at the previous ses sion of that body, allowing the free trans mission of newspapers in the mail, for" the dis tance of 30 miles from the publication office, and whereas the true interests of the people and the spirit of the age demands that tliat benefi cial provision should be revived, therefore Resolved, That we disapprove of the provision of the new Postage Iaw which repeals free postage on newspapers within 30 miles of the office of publication. Resolved, That we invite the attention of Ed itors, Publishers and others, to this subject, hoping they will exert their influence for the - - For the Journal. Mr. Chandler For public information I send you a brief statement of the business of this office for two quarters of different years, viz: the last quarter in the year 1815 compared with the last quarter in lS4fi, and the first quar ter in 1816 compared to the first quarter in 1347. Last Quarter of the year 1845. Amount of letters received, paid and , ; I unpaid, &30G 45 Last Quarter of the year 1816. Ainout ol letters received, paid and . unpeid, Increase in amount of letters ree'd, Last Quarter of the year 1845. Amount of letiers sent paid and un paid, Last Quarterofthe year 1846. Amount of letters sent paid and un-. paid. 868 37 61 92 8335 92. 405 13 69 21 of the foul stigma which now attaches to all city to be attacked the memberi; but in this he has been disappoint ed, and has no remedy except to express his strong disapprobation by ordering thein to the rear. Bv order of Major Gen. Taylor. Signed: W. W. S. Buss, A. A. Gen. The Picket Guard adds: "When the outrage for which they are now punished, was commit ted, Gen. Taylor denounced the act as coward- Knpl rtf znil nrnribinn lirsnlnJ That Truest "Editors, and Pub- Increase in the amount of letter sent Ushers, in this State especially, to see that me-' Kett postage in the last quarter of '45, $218 64 mortals are forwarded to the next Congress,) " " . "46, 2S 14 asking the re-enactment of the free postage;, . ' TZTZ clause. Increase in nett postage, 59 50 Resolved, That we request the next member ' Showing an increase ef nett postage of twenty of Congress from this District to use his infiu- seven per cent ence in favor of said re-enactment. I 1-irst Quarter of ihe year 1816. Resolved, That all the newspapers in this: Amount of letters received, paid and : fc State be requested to copy the above proceed-1 unpaid , .. ,: 343 71 incS. 1 j First Quarter oft heyear 1847. The Preamble and Resolutions were then Amount of letters received, paid and unanimously adopted." t unpaid. . . ' . . 392 43 Tl, 1 :n 11 il . TV I , d . , , . . . r , , ' Increase in amount of letters receivd had a majority in each house of the last Con-; jvr8 Quarter of the war 1R46. vo ieu rueoia ami marcneu to me city wim press when the law. above denounced, was Amount ot letters sent paid and un its garrison; ami Canalizo was also moving m; TOSSCli.iiat do the mocracw think of it? I P-U, '. " I - 1 TV s . . ,rt. . . . , ' ' Amount of letters sent mid and uii- CCFThe London Times, of the 26th ult., paid, with a few disaffected troops, If the clergy and wealthy men of Mexico have any thing to say, they will not suffer the 48 72- $389 11 Santa Anna is still in the mountains, and afraid with him trains, or else try to make his way to the capi comments upon the engagement between Gen. .a u..d s sun u.e tuuuuu . , j j & A mi a at Bucna Vista, End up- grease ' " i wem W to go home. Helms about 3000 men 3 ' 1 ! Nett Postage the first quarter in '46, im.and will either go to work upon the " the transaction at era Cruz. Of the for-. , 4, ,47 tal in this latter he will probably be opposed by several pronvnent men, and one man here mcr battle its opinion is thus summed up: 429 53 40 42 6253 71 296 86 4315 "Indeed, beyond the fact that the Americans, ! ' 111-wlrtilHt.wll tr Iwnt rtflT tlimlari frnivi a tttmiltr Till- argues that the li st fight "to come off" will be K;tio. .- n,arij Ila(rnnlina their own. j i.:. l. . ' - j i i ,o. . . ,i i .'u ;n uei eeu oauui yvium uim ms uxs u yiuu.. m f0 liave HO great grounds lor triumph. ' uusiuesa wrrcsjiuiiueiice in r.vnnsviue, 811(1 111 advancing into the interior, Gen. Scott' i.', mnwinpni. Imv lvn vrv Li-1 is also a vindication of the low Dostum believes that he can subsist his army mostly i Bn.i .1., nn reon in think them system, expressed with more eloquence and Increase of nett postage, Increase in nett postage of 17 per cent. W hull clearly indicates a great increase in y, and said the perpetrators could not be relied from the enemy. He is led to this opinion by ,. rililinl9r.. Tlif d.-hntahlf : argument than words can do. And if. mind if. upon in battle, and the battle of Buena Vista nien of intelligence, whom he has employed to. Kroumiwa8 between Saltillo and Agua Nueva. by increased mail facilities all business letters moves his words true Excent the men of I irac ,l luc , From the latter place Santa Anna is said to be,'"" ori.st ',''. inrrease these companies, the regiment fought valiently on the day of battle. They fled ingloriously and not only the companies, but the whole regiment nay their State must share their reproach. Afiiy 2ith, 1847. j- m i . -1 1 t m sy . vaii no v ro"i t :i I ill OCT otate l ride. the sattuio ricKei uttaru i-"i' 0 .i ... t. - . iv . i :.i i i cumin. says iuui people m a tusiuiiec iiue iiu mta huh months the new crop will be in, and there will lrtv;,. nn i.;a original lin. of onertion to-: would be a very large addition. v.-. : : .: .,.,.! f .c. t - . , , ue uu ocarMi , ccynuujj ia u-u, cu.ir. : M artis Lmgt anj Jroin tne former place Tay age.breadstuffs, or meat. He has prudently ' lnr hii...lf nnoii.ir.slii r. solntinn of retiring i t withheld all intimation of this to the natives, ' m h:s headouarters at Monterev. The elisor- i .i i l l l I 1 j i leanng tney wouia inuc or tiestroy xneir prouuc-, nization which the American general attrib tions; but in informing you of this, at the dis-, ute8 to the enC!ny-8 forces, and the composure tance you are froin the seat of vvar, it is of no vvMth he ascriDCS to his own, must of course consequence, as we vv in imriy ue m iiexieo UIUierst00li with considerable allowances.". 11 WmredCUlHCl nriUnllir.rifl'!i;r tlua TImp. 1 I nk thffrun. our ob't sv't. B. F. DUPUY, P. M. The Mexicans are becoming quite trouble some about Jalapa, as well as on the road. new tariff for Mexico. K -i -. f 1. . . ..l.n.i.n.1 4 1 1 ........ ,1 i n nil ilia . . jai iv vi kiiviit cuucu. liiciu.Ttnco vii . ut ttiis It savs1 mountain a lew days ago, near to our volunteer . ,.We will not at present, reniark upon the camp, made a charge down the mountain wue. j iong vista of blockades and seiges which this -aaAaM wound much State pride there exists among the vol unteers in Mexico. Call a Buckeye a Hoosier, a Hoosier a Sucker, or a Sucker a Corncracker, oi- a-ler vierit nrd therms n circus at Once you're in for a fight, straight." Au amuoins af fair, arisintt out of this feeling, took place at a Last night, a man who had been sent from the ports of an extensive country, and which. sutler's Store down street, a few days a"0. Tim 'tins army on a secret mission, returned, having at the commencement of Us second year, has . ',, ,. .' . ., i left the city of Mexico on the 2d. He reports only yet seen the occupation of one and the in- Mexican word for calico is Indiana, pronounc- 9ono .,,,' ; th :, f and none : -.;, nf-nn.Wnil,, Neither - ed exactly as in English. At the store in ques- this side, save a company of Lancers, who have attempt to calculate how far the opinions of tion, there is a volunteer clerk, to whom a been detailed to keep the pa Mexican stepped up and inquired, ana?" i. e, have you any calico? hell!" was the indignant reply, Ohio." M ATCHES, JEWELRY, 4C J I. lirrriJ(1T.VFU..i..ni. r-rr-a -rr-L i-i a. . . . " ; m p., iu"nn mcciuzens 01 cvnni- " ville and the public cenerall v tliat he liiis recruited hi ture of Vera Cruz will do little towards closing! stoek of Watches, Jewklrv, Fancv Artuias, &e., the war, and proceeds to comment upon the j and con offer them at lower pricea than du-v can U , proposed by the President. p,rt 0f. barracks neat and neutral nauons upon the whole casus belli mar 'liar indi- clean until our troops arrive there.-inis man be qualified by the bonus held out to them in - r : : .1 c . .1 .. I .1. ....... .i i " . r..i. ; "T l'a -i ! ul uurs ws uiipiiuuiicu iuuiunim iuc nj, ; me proposeu arningeiiieiiui lor me camiKiign. Indiana, but returne(j jiere -j a passport from the Min- j We will only say, that, even if all the three fin from isterofWar. He says there will be no fight- expectations should be verified, but little ad- 1 vance will be made towards securing the ful- CC3r"The Matamoros Flag of the 8th says: Gen. Ciishing met with an accident of a very much anxiety about the peaceable conveyance Veba Cruz, May 8th,A. M.,1847. of the property. Iheappropriationof the Mex Yesterday morning Gen. Quitman left Jalapa ican customs may assist, but it can never reim-withttllthevolunteers,exccptingthelstFenn-burse the American exchequer. There will ' sylvanians, for Puebla. Gen. Scott will leave still be a growing balance against the treasury on Tuesi av lor the same n ace. and alter ins trowing iceiing againsi uie war. its 0CT"MnSTEREY niulSAi.TiLi.oareiu the same latitude, and but sixty milesapart, and yet on ihe 14th April, ot the latter place, Peach and Apple trees were only in bloom; Fig trees still in the bud, and blankets and fires indispensibles; while at the former, trees were bending under the w. ight of ripenfiig fruit the thermoinetur ati5to 100, and everything presenting the ap pearance of mid-summer. A few thousand feet difference in the elevation of the two places oc counts for it. CCrThe Ctinard steamer Britannia, atBos- ton irom ijivcrxioi, urongiu over jLyuii.uuu in specie, equivalent to one million of dollars. She hud on board just before leaving Liverpool 300,000, but 100,000 were withdrawn bv a large American house in that city. The ship Marmion, at New York from Liver pool, brought over &M 6,500 in specie. Maine. The Senate of this State, on the 15th went through the formality of electing for Gov- enor John W. Dona, the Loeofoco candidate, who received a plurality of the popular vote, but, wanting a majority, failed of an election by the people. CCT" Immense orders fir flour (says the New York Journal of Commerce) have been sent by telegraph to Buffalo within the last week. One house alone supposed to lc connected with the Rothschild, has remitted ;50;()00 to that city for the purpose. A Worthy Appointment. The President has appointed Col. Jefferson D.tvis. of Missis ippi, a brigadier general, in the place of Gen Pillow promoted. was taken to his quarters immediately, and Dr. McPhail called to his assistance, from who.se surgical skill expectations are created that the broken bones may be speedily healed. At pre sent he is suffering much pain, and the accident distresses him, as it prevents his fulfilling the duties of his recent appointment. ina at or on this side of Mexico, Four regiments of twelve-months volunteers fillment of the last. It is perfectly notorious stprted to-day for New Orleans; three others ' to the Americans themselves that the Mexican will follow suit to-morrow j nation can subsist in abundant comfort upon The command of Gen. Quitman will leave ; its own plateaux and leave the invaders to en- i :.. ,i: i. i.i I. - . . i .i ... ir f U.- Til. 1.: .k ... 1 nere in me uueeiioii ui i uruia lu-munun. jov me sea coasts as iouz us iiiey piease. li ..vuac.v.. He wiU leave a regiment of New Yorkers at.ibiy dioose to indulge theirobstinacy there is are truly sorry to hear, is likely to prevent his perote, in the Castle, and joining with Gen. ! nothing in this blockade to prevent them. moving about for some time. Accompanied j Worth, proceed on to Puebla, to which point, ' They know very well that the Amerscans can by a lady, he was taking a walkthrough the ' in. en ."'twelve days, Gen. Scott will repair never find men", money, or patience for the per ; A . -i.ru a- t r .i with his headquarters; and then the road is manent occupation of anv points th-y may streets after night-fall, and in going out of the , notlong to JIaUs we have heard so much seize, otherwise they wouldncver display so ptaza at me souiu-easi corner, wnere tne street ; ol. is fortified so as to leave only a. foot path not exceeding two feet wide, for egress, he placed his foot upon a loose brick, which gave way and participated him in the ditch, breaking the bone of his left leg just above the ankle. He1 arrival, if not otherwise ordered, he will march novelty lias already worn off; its injustice is into Mexico. uailv more notorious; its expenses are hourly This "marching into Mexico" vou may think ore serious, and its termination more invisi- ... 1 . .. . r . ;l,lal.in o.-r " siransre lansninre. urn. one ui our own men i v.... O O D ' came from that place on the 2d inst., and he says "we won't do anything else." There are but 2000 troops in Mexico, and but one compa ny of lancers in Pueble; and they are only re maining to keep the barracks clean for our soldiers. uen. ivnaya is now tne Acting rresiaeni oi . jteen reinar)j Mexico. One of t'le followers of the army, Gallagher, started from Jalapa, for this place, about seven days ago, and when he reached Paso de Avaja, was surrounded by a company of lancers and ta ken prisoner. He was escorted to Orizaba, where Santa Anna was. Gallagher speaks Spanish well, and by some means got off. He says that Santa Anna has about 4000 men with him, and that the number was daily in creasing. Santa Anna says publicly that he intends to oppose the advance of our troops upon Puebla, but it is well known that his object is to prey upon our rear. - He is aware that a train will leave here to-day, taking nearly a million dol lars to Jalapa, and he is determined to make an effort to capture it. For this pmpose, lie has men stationed upon every hight overlook ing the road to give notice of its approach. But he will have warm work if he gets this train. In addition to the strong guard that ac companied it down, I passed yesterday, on the road near Encerro, the 3d, 7th 'and 2d Infantry with mountaim howitzers, all under the. com mand of Col. Riley.. They will reach Puenta Nacional to-night, and to-morrow night will beat San Juan del Rio, where they will likely meet the train. Besides this, Gen. Scott has so arranged the marching of the discharged volun teers, that one regiment will encamp at the same place with the train every night. Fine Gold and Silver Watcliao: Fine Gold mid Silver SKftavle; Fine Gold Fob and Guard Chains; (Sold Watch Keys: 0'; lgjinq fens; Gold Finder Kinga some rich and rare "" Fine Penrl aud'l ortoishell t'anlC'asex; A heautitid a?frtment of Fani; Shirt Studs with and without Setts; Coral bond and Necklaces; Fine pocket and pen Knives; Silver Thimbles Silver Sixxms; An assortment of Clocks, Sic ' ' ' And every thine else to be found in his line, which he is desirous to tdiow to the Indies and gentlemen wanting such article, satistied that he enn plcam in both article and price. N. B. Watches repaired at hirt notice. ImyC5 3m. JUST Received 100 boxes Va. Tobacco, din" i rent brands, for gale by myUo ALU.S At HOWLS. GLA SS W A K K. Just received an as-f,1 Wsortmenl of Glassware conxiMing in partfhij JCot": lioyal liar llecantem; - Clinmpaisn do; Jars and Tttnhlers Formleby my25 ALUS. HOWES. JUST Received, ItXl Reams Wrapping Paper S. 1). C. Mdm. 500 llm a.-tortcd Sad Ironp, for sale bv mayaitt ALUS &. HOWES. "I UST Received, prr ptcimers Avalanche and ) Jcincss, 100 hoxes 1 In f Intea: 2Sblls. S. II hascs, tor sale by niyi.'i Mo- Al.LIS Si. Ht)WES. JUST Received, per Steamer Viola, 40 bbl. au peiior Diiyton Al; needs no other reromnicnda tion tlinn being tasted once. For nnle bv my'.3tf. ALUS & HOWES. LAND for Sale. I wish to sell a tract t(if Mil .m. ..f I - m I t.f u l i. -1 1 ..rmi 1. ini. CT5A writer in the Boston Atlas, sneak- ;'rovel, lying about four inile fixtin Evonsvillu r r, T, , . ,. . , , " nor Wagnon'a place, ing of Com. Terry s most undignified and most j a)m n ,ract , -j Hrrcflt improved, lying on the coutemptable letter to Lieut. Hunter, repriman-1 Princeton Kond, atioiit in miles troni Evansville. The ,. , . , . , , latter tract, will 1 divided to ettit purchasers, tot ding him for the taking of Alvarado, makes this terms anulv to fmvri I'Hll.T.liM ollMilttXlK. i j j Bust of General Tavlor. The citizens of New Orleans are raising subscriptions for the purpose of sending Garbille, the Sculptor, to Gen. Taylor's camp for the purpose of model ling a bust of the old hero to adorn the muni cipal halls of that city. Each subscriber of 10 is entitled to a cast in plaster of Paris. fXT?At the illuminotion in Washington the Intilligencer office exhibited transparences of "hasty plates of soup'' in honor of Gen. Scott Upon the tureens were inscribed the names of Chippewa, Lundy's Lane, Vera Cruz, and Cerro Gordo. CCVTlie London Times says: "The weather in Ireland has lately undergone a favorable change, and the prospects of the crops, includ ing wheat, oats, and potatoes, are highly en couraging. The amount planted will be about the fourth part of crop in ordinary years. Sasta Ansa's Pass. The following is pub lished as a copy of the pass granted by Mr. Tolk, authorising the admission of Santa Anna into Mexico to take command of the army in that country: "The commander of our naval forces in the Gulf of Mexico is hereby notified not to pn STRITCTTHE rAss.iGE of 'General Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna and suite to Mexico, tshould he desire to return thither. "May 15,1311?. JAMES K. POLK. Within the last four months, 1'20 factories, and mills of various kinds, have been destroyed by fire in the United States. This is more than ono a day. Powers iscngnsicd on a statue of Mr. Calhoun, of the size ot lite. 1 he model u now nearly completed, and the artist hopes that in course ol a year the statue will be reai!y. I 1 tttiiiv a ill 1I,U On the whole, one is reminded of the observ- i 11 ftt Mr. A'mory V (.l.liee, on Firet street, in the th ation of Solomon, that "he who ruleth his own Ward, of the city of Evansville, on the lirst Monday spirit is greater than he that taketh a citv." . in Junencxt.for the pnrpost )felectinsr a councilman Com. Terry has missed of ereatness in both ' V JJ'1' '?.,.,!., th" vacancy occasionec by the ways. Lieut Hunter took the city, and Com modore Terry lias not kept his temper. failure of Mr. Phillip Decker, councilman elect for said, ward to quality as reijuircd .by the charter. l)if tirdtr of II, Council. myiJ te. JOHN. J. CHANDLER, Clerk. 1 DXSNISTRATOR'S .Votice.-Noticeishere-A bv Driven that theundcrsiuned has taken letters of Administration dt boni non on thecetateof Siimue! C Meloon, late of Vanderburgh county, and State of Indiana, deceased. All nersons indebted to the said 1 estate are requested make immediate payment and Lost Himself. A story is told of a private of the 2d Illinois regiment, who in the late bat tle at Buena Vista, having heard the bullets whistle around his head about enough to satisfy - . J a l tal' nl iv.iiurPH u lining iniiiicumio t ' ' Aim, took the first opportunity that offered, to those having claims against the same are notified to ba mos to town. After a day or two concluding present them duly authenticate i for settlement. The , nai'i .wite is Piiniiosefi io or poivrin. thefightmay safely be considered at an end, he j mi5 J AMEST. WALKER,Adm'r,ie boni non. ventured back to his company. Being nearly j CINCINNATI Clothinir Store-A7,r. starved, he immediately went to his mess and vi3 ix j)rHmmf r The subscribers, late of Cih commenced Tumbling for something to eat.- Ji" His messmates looked at him surprised sug-1 jus t opened on Mnin street, three doors above tho i i. ir r ... Evansville Branch lanki a large and fresh stock of gested that he was making himself very familiar . y M cumns made in the latest and most and wanted to know who he was. Surpris- fashionable styles, of good materials and in the best ... , . , ,. . , I nianner. The work wasexecuted by tlieniselves and ed in turn, he told them his name, and that he, un1,.r tM.ircyc, and will be fully warranted. Their was a messmate of theirs: but they had never stock is a large one, embracing every thing requisite heard the name before had never seen M'fZblmla'Mn wanlrobe' and wU1 He ran to the captain; but he, too, recollected youth's TlTthonhnnd of good workmanship no such man, but called the orderly, who, how-j nni Df tj10 vcrjp hest materials, at estremeiy low ever, was unable to find his name on the roll. ; prices. Thev finally persuaded the poor fellow that he j A fine lot of Trunks, Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes. must lie nnv tiuiin nthr 'Al nL'lineut! flCK- i . kv.....- ..... ...UUvC ...... ... el Guard, Haltillo. Somebody advertises for agents to sell a work enti tled "Hvmenial Instructor." This, we suniiose com prises an exposition of the particular joys and miseries ing to purchase, to lay out their money with u we therefore solicit a call Irom the public. and jy2'46. "fTJINDOW and Wall Taper. We have a sc V lected and full sutmlv of window and wall Ta- I per, of latest patterns, lelS W.&.C. liELL- Q of matrimony. Ihe best"Hynienud Instructor" we t TANUFACTUREITobacco. 2ikeg4 Vir kuow ot is a young widow. V hat she don't know, j inia auJ olh bmvis lor sale bv there is know use in learning. junci'j. J. &.. W. REILLY.