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From th New Orlran Picayune of th 7ih inst.
.latch rrori ryicxico. The ttcainer Eleanor, Copt. Jorie, arrived last evening from Vera Crtu, having sailed thence tho TJih ult. Slio wan in company with tho burk St. Mary ami the m hooncr Hubert Mill, Loth fur thUpoit. Tlio U. S. trans lort Mcanier Waaliington wan to kail on the name day. From tha Vttt American we learn that Capt. Fuirclillil, or the Louisiuua mounted volunteer rtturnod from tlio thy of Mexico on tho UlSih ult., Iwving left the capitol on tlio l&h four dayi later than our previous advice. W ex tract frct.ly from tha Free American' aclc ction from the paper, brought down by Capt. Fair child j we hove not yet received any letter by thi arrival. Tho following order, by Gen. Scott, require no explanation from u t llcAUiiUAriTKu or the Abmv, Mexico, Dec. 15. UeCHAb Ouor.ut No. 370. 1. Thi army i about to nprcud itself over and to occupy tha Republic of Mexico, until tha latter ahall sue for peuco in term accept able to the Government of the United Slate. 2. On tha occupation of tha principal point or points In any state, tho puymetit to tlio Fed eral Government of thin Republic of all taxes or dues, of whatever name or kind, heretofore say in the year 1811 payable to or collected by that Government, i absolutely prohibited, as all such taxes or dues will bo demanded of the proper civil authorities for the support of the Army of Occupation. 3. The State and Federal district of Mexico being already so occupied, as well as the Slates of Vera Cruz, Puebla and Tarnaulipas, the usu al taxes or dues, heretofore contributed by the same to the Federul Government, will be con sidered as due and payable to this army from the beginning of the present mouth, and will early be. demanded of the civil authorities of the said State District, under rules and penal ties which shall be duly announced and in forced. 4. Other Stutes ol the Republic, as the Call fornias, New Mexico, Chihuahua, Coahuila, New Leon, &c, &c, already occupied by the forces of the U. States, though not under the immediate orders of the general-in-chief, will conform to the prescriptions of this order, ex cept in such Stale or Stater where a different system has been adopted ,ith the sanction of the Government at Washi gton. 5. The internal taxes 01 dues referred to are I, direct taxes; 2. duties en the production of fold and silver; 3, melting and essaying dues; , the tobacco rent; 5, the rent of stamped pa pier; 6, the rent on the manufacture of playing cards; and 7, the rent of post offices. C. The rent of national lotteries is abolished lotteries being hereby prohibited. 7. Import and export duties at the ports of the Republic will remain as fixed by the Gov ernment of the United States, except that the exportation of gold and silver in bars or ingots (pluta y oro en paita) is prohibited until the lurther instructions of the Government on the subject. 8. All imported articles, goods or commo dities which nave once paid, or given sufficient security for the payment of duties to the United States at any pert of entry of the Republic, shall not again be burdened with any tax or duty in any part of this republic occupied by the forces of the U. Slates. 9. The levying duties on the transit of ani mals, goods or commodities, whether of for eign or domestic growth from one State of this Republic to another, or on entering or leaving the gate of any city within the Republic, w ill, from and after the beginning of the ensuing year, be prohibited as tar as the United States forces may have the power to enforce the pro hibition. Other and equitable means, to mod erate extent, must be resorted to by the several State and city authorities, for the necessary support of their respective Governments. 10. The tobacco, playing card and stamped paper rente, will be placed for three, six, or twelve mouths, under contract with the high est bidders, respectively, for the several States; the State and federal District of Mexico being considered as one. Accordingly, offers or bids for those rents, within each State, or any one of them, are invited. They will be sent in as early as possible, sealed, to the head-quarters of Commanders of Departments, except for the Federal District and Slate of Mexico. For the two latter, the offers or bids will be addressed to the general-in-chief. 11. Further details for the execution of the foregoing system of government and revenue will soon be given in general orders. By command of Maj. Gen. Scott: II. L. SCOTT, A. A. A. G. The Free American tells us that Col. Miles was about to leave Vera Cruz to join his regi ment. He has been entertained in Vera Cruz at a sumptuous supper by the citizens, and other demonstrations made there to mark the kind regard in which he is held by all clas ses. The following items are from the Free Amer ican. Some of the army orders we copy as cu riosities, rather then for the information con tained in them : The American star, dated Mexico, 17th Dee ceinber, intimates a removal of troops from that city, for other and perhaps distant places; and in another column says: "We understand Col. Riley's brigade, consisting of 2d Artillery, and 2d, 4th, and 5th Infantry, and the Voltiguers, will move this morning for Tacubaya, where they are to be stationed for the present. Per haps this corps is destined for distant places." The American Star of the 16th inst. contains the following: A letter in the Monitor of yesterday, dated at Queretaro, on Monday, states that the pre sent Congress will not come together again, sev eral Deputies having left and others being about to leave. It adds that the new Deputies and Senators would soon be in this city, many of them Deing already on the road. The government is silently taking all neces sary measures for suppressing the intrigues of the monarchists. In consequence of the Go vernors not having JulJilled their promise to aid the Government with such resources as they could command, it was much cramped for means. Some of the Deputies in favor of revolution try measures, were endeavoring to get up a proHuneiamtnt') in severul towns of the State of Sail Luis, tho object of which nhould bo a convention, thn continuation of war, and de claring Sunta Anna gruurul-in-chief. It was thought ii wouldamount to nothing. From the American Star of the 15tli De cember, we extract General Order No. 371, of tho 1 3th December, showing tho recent or ganization of the army, at follow: 1. Uvt. Hrig. Gen. Smith's Brigade Bvt. Capt. 1'agc, iKiislant adjutant general; Regi ment Mounted Riflemen,' 3d Regiment Artil lery; 3.1, 7th, 12th and liiti Regiments of In fun try and Marina Corn. 2. Brig. Geu. Cudwallader's Brigade Capt. Dea, aatiHtunt adjutant general; 4th Artillery, lt, tiih, Hth, 9th, and llih Regiments of In fantry. 3. Bvt. CI. Riley's Brigade Capt. Ciuby, asuistaut adjutant general; 2d Regiment Artil lery, 2d, 4th, ami 5th Regiments Infantry and Voltiguer Regiment. The Held butt erieofCapt. Taylor, Dr. French and Dr. Hunt, will report and serve iu the bri gades as above stated. 4. Copts. Mackall and Hooker, assistant ad jutant general, will report respectively to Maj. Gen. 1'atterson, and Brig. Gen. dishing. By cominuud of Maj. Gen. Scott. 11. L, SCOTT, A. A. A. G. Assistant Surgeon Suter.U. S. A., died at the city of Mexico on the J 5th inst., very just ly snd highly appreciated as a surgeon and a gentleman. All honors were paid his memo ry by his brother officers, American Star, UthDec. Headquarters, Depakt. or Vera Citnz, ) December 28, 1&17. Sealed proposals will be received at this of fice up to 2 o clock on the 1st of January, 1318, for the contract, to the highest bidder, for the frivilege of selling tobacco and cigars, and also or the manufacture of playing cards for the months of January, Febuary and March next. By order of Brig. Gen. Twioor, W. S.JI. BROOKS, A. A. A. G. Am KxftNKivic Game. It has been estima ted from fair data, that the expenses of tho war with Mexico up to the third day of the present month have amounted to the enormous sum of one hundred and nlxty-newn million two Aim dred thouiand dollar! Add lo this the large on mini gratuities which will Iiuve to bo paid out of the treasury for the next lxty yrort for fiension -anil consider the twenty thousand ive. which have been lost to the country, ami it will Ihi difficult to imagine that degree of concession on the port of Mexico, which will reimburse u for our vast expenditure of blood and treasure. Byron pronounces war t ''mad dull game, which tyrant play to keep them nelvesswuki." It certainly is a costly one; und In tha present cane it Is difficult to predict which w ill bo the greater laoer ha lliul beats, he or that is beaten. Tranncrljit. Lkuinmtivc ArrxicATitiM. Ins lUtfor other pur por, tha Newark Advertlr give notice of applicn ifouato ilia I'ui.luturo ul Now Jersey for "a law to compel lih In Huh way river lobim when unexeeption. alila buit U thrown to tlium. Also, 'fur an act incor porating ait Egg Factory, wit h a clause allowing tho Director to require the hem to luy (wu egg a day, Sunday excepted) provided ihey can make a bargain 10 tliut effect with ilia hen." Nothing i taid In re fur a nee to an "individual liability cluuwi," binding tho fish and lien. HEADQUARTERS, C.iMP WasHINOTOS, ) Dec. 28, 1817. J Ooders No. 3. All persons not connected with the army, (including sutlers, but exclusive of persons re ferred to in the 2d part of this order,) desirous of placing themselves under the protection of the troops that w ill leave here with a train in a few days for the city of Mexico, must furnish their own transportation and subsistence, and report themselves to Capt. Glenson,' A. Q. M. for assignment to a place in the line of march, and obey such orders and regulations as he may be authorized to make. 2. Merchants desirous of sending up to the city of Mexico, wagons or pack mules, will im mediately report to the lieutenant colonel com manding the number of each, in order that he may assign to them a position in the line, and also appoint a conductor, to take charge of them. It is recommended that the merchants ap point this conductor, he reporting lo the com manding officer for special instructions, By order of Lieut. Col. Miles; W." L. CRITTENDEN, 2d Lieut. 1st Inf . A. A. Adj. General. Lieut. McDonald, of the 3d Artillery; Lieut Catinet, Ass' I. Quartermaster, and Mr. Rivers, interpreter, with a small party, left Puebla for Jala pa, on the 17 th ult., having a considerable sum of money in their charge. They were at tacked on that night by some fourteen robbers, but although the three pamed were the only persons of the party who had arms, they de feated the ladronea and arrived safe at their destination. Tioht Laoino axo Rkd Noses. If a foolU.li girl, by dint of busk and bones, anj Kiueexing and brac ing, secure the conventional beauty of wasp- waist, she U tolerably certain to gain an addition she by no mean bargained for, namely, a r t not; which in numberless instance, i produced by no other cause than the unnatural girth obstructing circulation, and causing tngnation of the blood, in that prominent and important feature. Often, in assemblages of the fair, have we seen nose, funltlos in form, but tinged with the ahhorded hue, to which washes and cosme tic have been applied in wild despair; but alas, in vain! II the lovely owner could have known the cause, how ajiecdily the effect would have vanished ; for, surely, the most perverse admirer of a distorted spine and compressed lungs, would deem the acquire ment of a dram-drinker's noso too heavy a conJition to be complied with. FROM THE PACIFIC. Eight Whale Ships Captured bt the Cal iformans. By the overland mail from the Pacific we have a file of the Polynesian from February 6th to May 22d. The news is not very important, but we extract some items of interest. The statements in the California papers con cerning the horrible sufferings of the Emigrants in the mountains are considered as being ex aggerated, and it is added that but one instance of cannibalism occurred. The winter in the Oregon had been one of unusual severity, and owing to the weather and the scarcity of food 6000 cattle had perish ed. 1 he settlers leu this loss very much. Considerable damage had been done in the vicinity of Honolula. The rivers rose rapidly overflowing their banks. Washington s birth-day was celebrated at Honolula with much spirit by the Americans. The American store-ship Xylon, in port, fired a national salute which was answered by the Russian barque Elexande. There were no United States ships of war in pKt at that lime. Whalers Captured Privateers Oct. Capt. Fisher, of the California, arrived the,16lh reports speaking, on the line, the America, Fash, who reported himself from Margarita Bay, Lower California, where he put in a few weeks before to whale. Upon nearing the place he found whalers in abundance and saw over projecting point of land masts of eight whale ships, but no smoke from boiling and no boats in chase of whales iu sight. Soon after, two schooners crowded with men, stood out from shore, with sweeps, towards him. Alarmed at their appearance he called in his boats, which were in pursuit 01 whales, and stood off. Wishing however, to ascertain more, he sent his mate in a boat to pull to wards the schooners, as far as he thought oru dent, and told him if he were captured he would beat up the coast and inform the Com modore. The mate pulled within three-quar ters of a mile and saw so much to arouse his fears of their being enemies, that he returned to the ship which stood off. A number ot whalers left San Francisco for this bay to cruise, and it is supposed that the Califoxnians in the gulf have fitted out several small crafts and captured them successively as they ventured in, it being a bay which is in general uninhabited. The fact that they were lying there without fires or boats down, and whales in abundance all around them, justifies a suspicion that they have been captured. 11 so. about 300 men must be held prisoners of war by the Califoruians, and property to the amount of &300.000 be iu their hands, liable to be destroyed at any moment. N. Y. Cour, (J- Enq:, 57i. Oea New Boaziuak Misiste. The Gernmn- town Telegraph tells tlie following anecdote of this gentleman : ' The Hon. David TudJ, now Minister of Brazil, while in Philadelphia, a short time before he soiled for Rio, unexpectedly met in Dock street, just a he was going down to the boat, on hi way to Washing ton, an old school fellow of his, from the interior of Ohio, whom he commonly called Jake Miller. They had not seen each other for several years, when they attended the district school together. "Why Dave!" exclaimed Miller, clutcliing hi3 hand with the strength and tenacity of a vice, "is it indeed you? Why, what in the world brought you out here, and what are you going to do?" "O, I am just on my way to Washington, Jake; but I expect shortly to proceed as Minister to South Americ a." ''Indeed! Why that's a great way oft", if the geog raphy we learnt together is true. But do you get paid for it, eh!" looking up iiKjuiringfy. "O, yes 1 get $9000 as outfit and $'JO0O a year." "Indeed! Why that' an immense sum of money still I hope you may get it: but I can tell you, Dave, whispered in hi ear U it my candid opinion you'll Htvr make a preacher.'" First Love. The celebrated David Crockett, when quite a young man, fell in love with a beautiful Qua ker girl, and be thus forcibly, graphically, and poeti cally described the effect on an ardent and susceptible mind produced by a first love: '1 found myself over head and heels in love with this girl; and I thought that, if all the hills there were pure chink, and all belonged to me. I would give them if I could just talk to her aa 1 wanted to; but I was afraid to begin: for, when I would think of saying anything to her, my heart would begin to flutter lik a duck in a puddle; and if I tried to outdo it and speak. it would get right smack up in my throat, and choke me like a cold jiofatoe.n YOUTH AND AGE. The following beautiful lines originally appeared in the Etonian, a -periodical started about tweuty years ag, by me boys of Eton College. For truth, tender nes and melody they are incomparable: I often think each tottering form That limps along in life' decline, Once bore a heart as young a warm A full of idle thoughts as mine! And each has had it dream of joy. His own unequalled pure romance; Commencing when the blushing boy First thrills at lovely women's glance. . And each could tell his tale of youth. Would think its scenes of love evince More passions, more unearthly truth. Than any tale before or since Yes they could tell of tender lays At midnight penned in classic shades, Of days more bright than modern days And maids more fair than modem maids. Of whispers in a willing ear, Of kisses on a blushing cheek; Each kiss, each whisper, fur too dear. Our modern lips to give or speak. Of passions too untimely crossed; Or passions slighted or betrayed Of kindred spirits early lost, And buds that blossom but to fade. Of beaming eyes and tresses gay, Elastic form and noble brow. And forms that have all passed away And left them what we see them now! And is it thus is human love So very light and frail a thing? And must youth's brightest visions move Forever on Time's restless wing? 91ust all the eyes that still are bright, And the lips that talk of bliss, And all the forms so fair to eight. Hereafter only come to this! Then what are earth's bestyisions worth. If we at length must loose them thus? If all we value most on earth Ere long must fade away from nil OrThe Senate of Georgia ha pamed the following resolution 1 Jlrnlvrd, That the lteHrterof thi Scnato "Shall nothing cxletiulo, "Nor et down aught In malieo." Cvtt ton a Coi.u Tho Charleitnu P.votilna New drag to the light the following remedy for a cold, the great plngu ol lifu thi xaon. Tho editor iwoIuimu to copy the prescription from an old brk volume of the tlu teuflUKIi Tut your fiitte In hot watlr, A high your thlghe) VrnpMi your head up In Uuilltolo At lowe your ryee; Tnk quart of ruuid grurile, When in beddti, a doe; With a number of four dippe Well lullow your no. A OEM. sv tii rKT miiici.lkt. "When young I loved. At that delieluu age, Ho sweet, o short, love wa my sole dollght; And when I reached tho Aaon to be age, Biill I loved on, for ruaon gave me light, Age come at length, and livelierjoy depart, Yet genii one iill kiss those eyelid dint; Foratill I love, and love console my heart. What could console mo for the los of him?' OONOERT. AT THE EXCHANGE HOTEL. MISSUS mtlTTlNCHAM'9 BENEFIT. LAST NIGHT. SATURDAY, JANUARY 15, 1848. To commence with tli piece of the MARRIED RAKE. After which Hinging and Dancing To conclude with the piec of KAIIIII; OR, THE FAIRY AND SHOEMAKER. QSr Admittance 25 cent, clock. To commence at 7 or ONE two horse Busgy; One two horse v aggon; One Peddling Wr-ggon, for sale cheap by jan 13-tf. J. II. MAUHEE &. CO. A FEW case of Kip Boots and Womens' Lace Bootees, Just received and lorsnle by jnn 13-tf. J. II. MAOHEE &. CO. A SPLENDID lot of Paper Hanging and Win dow Puper, just received and tor a.e low by j?ui 13-tf: J. H. MAOHEE &. CO. State of Indiana. Vanderburgh County, ss. Vanderburgh Probate Court, in vacation, January 12th. ms. James T. Walker, Administrator oi the t.siaie ol Samuel It. .Mil- I ler deceased, I Petition to settle VS. 1 as insolvent. Ruth Miller A; the unknown heirs J of Samuel R. Mdler, deceased. J AND now at this time come the said administra tor and hie his Petition, praying for leave to settle said estnte a insolvent. And it also ap)Maring from the atlidavit of a disinterested person, this day filed that the said Ruth Miller and the unknown heirs of the said Samuel R. Miller, deceased, arc not at this time residents of the State of Indiana. Therelore notice is hereby given to the said Ruth Miller and the said unknown heirs of Samuel R. Miller, deceased, that unless tbev appear and answer said petition on or (before the calling of this cause at the next term ot said court to be held at the court house in Ernnsville, on the second Monday in Feb ruary next, the same will be hoard and determined in their absence. SAM'L T. J EN KINS, (Tk. Bbkes Sc. Uakvih, A ft. jan 13-4w-p f $3 25 State of Indiana, Vanderburgh County, ss. In the Probate Court, Vanderburgh county, in va cation, Januarv 12, 1848. James T. Walker, Administrator 1 of the estate of William Granger, I deceased, f Petition to Sell 16. V Keal Estate Ira P. Grangor, Amanda Ellison, Elizabeth McCullouuh and Rich-1 ord Ellison, J W) now at this time comes the smd adimnis XJL trator and files in the ollice of the Clerk of the Probate Court of Vanderburgh county his petition, praying for the sale of the Real Estate of winch said decedent did seized. And it also appearing from the affidavit of a disinterested person, this dav tiled in the Clerk's office aforesaid, that Richard Ellison, one of the alxwe named defendants is not at this lime a resident of the State of Indiana. Therelore notice is hereby given to the said Rich ard Ellison, to appear and show caue, if any he have or can show why said Real Estate should not be Bold and made assets in the hands et the said administra tor for the payment of the debts and demand out standing against said estate, jan 13-p 1 $3 25 SAM'L T. JENKINS, Cl k. SHERIFF Sale. By virtue of two writs of Fieri Facias against Ansel M. Hickman, issued out of office of the Clerk of the Vanderburgh Circuit Court, the one in favor of James Lockhnrt and the other in favor of John Pitcher, I will, on the 4 th day of Febru ary, a. D. 1817, at the door of tlie court house, in the city of Evansville, between 10 o'clock a. m., and 6 o -clock r. m., of said day, expose to sale at public auc tion and outcry, without regard to valuation or ap praisement laws, the rents, issues, and'profil for the term ot seven years, 01 tue following uescri-d real estate in the city of Evansville, to-wit: The Northwest or lower half of lot number 9, in the Original Plan of said city of Evansville, fronting half tlie width of said lot on Water street, and run ning back of equal width to the alley in the rear of said lot. And should no person offer or bid for said rents, is sues, and profits a sum sufficient to satisfy said Exe cutions and costs, I will, at the same time and place, proceed to sell at public auction and outcry toe fee simple ol said above aescnoea premise to satisfy said writs and the interest and costs due thcreoj. JOILN ECHOLS, jan 14-w3w-pra fee $2 50. Sheriff V. C. A DMINISTRATOR'S Sale By virtue of I. an order ol the Probate Court, made at its No vember term, A. d. 1847, the undersigned, administra tor of Isaac K. Knight, deceased, will sell at public auction on the 5th day of February next, at the court house door, in the city of Evansville, the following described real estate, to wit : The undervided two-fifths of the S. W. qr. of the the N. E. qr. of section 21, T. 6, S. R 10 W. Also, the undervided two-fifths' of the N. W. qr. of the N. E. qr. of section 21, T. 6, S. R..W., in the county of Vanderburgh. Term of Sale. One-half of the purchase money in three montns ana one-nan in six months irotn the day of sale, the purchaser giving note with approved security and waiving all benefit from valuation or appraisement laws. HENRY P. VAUGHN, Adm-r. Bakes &. Garvih, AWyt. . jan. 8 tw-4w. 4 milNISTRATOR'S Sale. I will wll .1 auction at the late .residence of Frank Cham bers, in the 4th enlargement adjoining Evansville, on Saturday the 2th day of January inst., 1848, the per sonal property of the estate of said Frank Chambers, consisting of a small stock ot groceries, fixtures about store, household and kitchen furniture, some hogs, a cow. some wood, &.C Term of Sale All sums under $5, cash; nil above that sum on a credit of three months with approved security waiving relief laws. , jan li-w3w. JOHN I NGLE Jr. I.IMT OF LETTER REMAINING uncalled for lit the Post Offie i Kvoiisvitlc, Indiana, on (ho Ul day ol Jununry, I Sift. Alexander, Win IVtilt, Alex Dr Adams, Dnvld M Been, MurtliB Hniwn, Win Uniley, Alexander lluiler, TIioiiim late of thn Wliarl Boat Bridgn, J a Horrt, Peter Itlnnchiird Humuel Bryant, John linker, lnitxa Mm llrndlord JOMHN llinulinni, W 11 Captoitl 8 11 Pink Biiittlinm, Snniuel A BriMuliiilil, Will il til III Pink. Campbell, Jiii 11 Barter, Bennett 2 t liuiuUrIin Aaron Chirk, A O Cavuif, lr Coleiiiiin, John D Crulle, V It Criswi'll, ,Mom Chcpin; Oscar 1 Cave, George Hon I Whirl llout I Duncan, Henry Olivia, Andrew J IJeVu, T EuHtOII. II Edward, A Friends, 11 Fish, John J Foil, Jowpli Fuller, P S Garwood, Natlian Gross, Chririiiiiu Gram, J W Grunt, Ieniin Hon Green, Win Gilbert, A Hunter, June Hopple & Beau llugue. Kohl Howe, E U dipt I lane, Daniel Hoi lis, Jesse llauiil, Snin'l It Jones, Win Jonson, Dr Johnson, Mnlimlu Mis Kearney, Tho Dr Knight Jaue Ixtngbotliaui M Y Lynxwiler, Wm .McClurg, Ja F Mallicws, tieorge L 2 Mathews, Georgo Mathews, Harrison McMaekin, Sumnel Monk, Samuel McNtimara, John ' Mast in, J C McPbetere, John Miller, Elizabeth 2 Martin, Henry Mcliugh, Cor ne li u Mclaughlin, G 11 Rev Martin, John Morris, Isaac Meeker, lkrnard Maltley, Joel Nowles, Eli Nobles, C H Niles, Surnh Jane Nicklin, Anna Maria Owing, John tfcborn, George L 2 Osborn, Tho R Porter, Braxton Pattine, Joe or West ley Polanti, John M Poland, J M Poland, John Perkins, A S Parmer, Rosilla Pi 11 y rim, Hoiueul Pnul, John Pinney. Mary Mr I IWra, .nchuiy . I Poievt, Win Phillip, Dnvld F 1'onier, AO Pet kin, Aa S lti!liiii, A L Hon It y an, Uiiac KuIiIik, lmoner I Itobhui, Edward F Nose, li It nub, Miiry I KolH'rtson.GeDrg W or r John C Kino, Abraham Rockwell, GeoCnpl Snyder, George Siiuih, John 2 Hlillwull. AM StoiUT, John Siiurllilg, Jneoha F Hliepani, M H Spi. kerd, Snin'l Sl. Hiihi StuiMlxrry, Jnrkwm, Suiiirt, John Nn Htttu-htield. David Summer, T 1. Shelter, John Stevuns, Joacph Seay. Kiiehrnl U Smith, Surah Troiiwlule, John Tru-h, John 2 Te Vogt. A Voa, 1 rtxleriek or JinnU Vaughn, 11 P Wu'kurluiin, Jaine WelU, Ciiarle M i Wml, Hiim'l Wein, Margnretia W ilson, SnraU Wilson. Saruh A Welsell, Jacob Wrhdit, Williunt Weir, Aili WilU-r, Mary A Wright, Charlc MiNcellniieon. Geandjeans, jean Mout LiDwiiik, D Walkens,S. Frank, J li Gerliarl, C Shenk, S Poorman, Christ i FreiiHhuldixn, John Sehmezer, Chriitiiiia KopKile, Jau R Buck, J J Schlen, M Brouilleit, Oliva Anshinger, F Scinuezer, Christian Schan, John Dickoneir, Arnold BrinkHenry Stovlen, Christian Hcnskvi, J II 1-iuic, Nicholas Hotbooia, M or G FatU Schneider, Henry Happ, Jacob Iiulensnlaegen, M Egnu, John Stunkcl, F Inhere, M A Meih,W Kramer, G J Lilid, Joseph Sohienicl, li H llartmnii, Ijorenlz lleiniii, John Zoouhlen, Chr Kramer, G J Persons calling for any of the foregoing Letter,, will say "M or Advrtied.n B.F. DUPUY.P. M. Evansville, la., Jan. 4, 1818. Petiliton to sell realeslal. State of Indiana, Vanderburgh County, . In the Probate Court of Vanderburgh County, va cation, January sih, le4. Samuel Urr and 1 nom as E. Garvin. Adminis trator, with the will an- ncxod.of Tho, iias R.Har rison, deceased, VS. Marearet Harrison. Eliz abeth Dixon and Lucius II. Seott. AN D NOW at this tune comes the said Admin istrators, and file their pet i I ion in tiie office ot the Clerk of said Court praying thai the real extateot said decedent may be sold pursuant to his will, and it appearing from the affidavit of a disinterested er sen li'ed with said petition thai U10 said Margaret Harrison and Elizabeth Dixon, W;rtees of the said decedent and both hon-rcbidenls ol the Stale of Indi ana. No.'ce is therefore given, to the said" non-residents legatees of tlie filing and pendency of said Petitllimi and that the same will be heard before our said Pro bate Court, (at the Court House in Evansville,) ontlin first day of the next Term thereof, (or so soon thsre after as council can be heard) which term will com mence and be held at said Court House on the second, Monday of February, a. d. 18W. . jan 7-4tw ..SAM'L T. JENKINS, Cl k. Petition to sell real cntatc. State of Indiana, Vanderburgh County, . In the Probate Court of Vanderburgh Coumy, iu vacation, Jan. 5, 1848. Amy Skeels Adminis trate of Joseph Young dec d. VS. t f w Ann Vminrr An. na Bell Matilda Young, John Bunvt n Young, WUliam t'lcnry Young, Joanna Youne. " I BE it remembed that heretofore to w it on tlie 6t It dav of december A. D. 1847 the aliove named Amy Siteels administration of the estate of Joseiih Young deceased, tiled in the office of tlie clerk of tlx Probate Court of Vanderbugh County her certain pe tition praying for the sale of the real estale belong ing to said decedents estate. And it satisfactorily ap pearing by the affidav it ol a disinterested person iliis day filed in the clerks office a foresaid that Anna Bell Matilda Young one of the above named defendants is not at this time a resident of the State of Indian. Notice is therelore given to thn caid Anna Bell Matilda Y'oune to apiear at or before the calling of this cause at the next term of said Court to be held at the court house in Ernnsville on the second Mon day in February next, and show cause ii any she have or can why said real estate thould not he sold and made assets in the hands 01 the administration for the payment of the debts and demands outstanding against said estate, jan 7, w4. SAMUEL T. JENKINS, Cl k. ADMINISTRATOR'S Notice. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has taken out let ler of administration upon the estate of Wilks Reagen, deceased. All persons indebted to said es tate will make immediate payment, and thotac having claims against the estate will present them duly au thenticated for settlement. The estate will be settled as insolvent, dec 31-w3w p f $1 BEL' LA H REAGEN. EXECUTOR'S NOTICe. NOTICEIS hereby given thai I have taken out letters of Executorship, with tlie will annexed on the estate of the late William Traftoti of the city of Evansville,dec'd. All those indebted to said estate, art. requested to immediately make payment, and all those having claims against said estate, are requested to present tiiem to the subscriber, legally au then Heat ed for settlement, said estate is supposed to be sol vent, those having settlement to make will please call at the office Vveeverand Trafton at the old stand of Doctor Trafton. who are authorised to make set tlements and where the suttscriber can always be found or N. Kawley at the Sherwood house, dec lO-i&w. AMERICA TRAFTON, Executrix