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T I H ITrvT TT1TTS VTT EVANSVILLE IND., WEDNESDAY &I0 RNING, MAllCII NUMBER 155. f. v uuujjirj ah. ; r i : n . n . w m m .visa w : j i . u m m vr j u u u n, xi yw m TERMS OF. THE JOURNAL. Dally Paper 5 (Ki 00 1" 4 " (Mailed) - By the week (payable to Carriers)...., fri-Weekly Puper ... Weekly Paper ................ 1 .i ( . 1 im I aJThe privilege of yearly advertisers in limits uuu oi id or mora to tueirowa unmeaiaxe ownwi iu mrn uwu hwwi and all advertisement for the benefit of other persons, aa well aa legal advertisementa and adver tisements of auction sales, and advertisementa with the name of other persona, sent in by them, mnat be paid for at the usual rates. -s No report, resolutions or proceedings of any corporation, auciety, association or public nieetiug and no communication designed to call attention to aa y matter of limited of individual intereat can be inserted, uuleess paid for aa an advertisement. ks Contracts for yearly advertising will aot be disasitinued unleae an order to that enact ia left at the office, and when discontinued in leaa thau a year, the price of the whole rear will ne cnargru. 9 Legal advertisements hereafter, will be pub lished at the expense of the attorneys ordering, and aot delarable tor legal proceedings, but collectable at out usual time. " cSOur terms for Job Work and transient adver tiseuieots are CASH. t tuMTJBS of jnrxmTMSijyro, dT S! 3r 1 Vh J W 75 I I OO 1 25 1 60 176 ifay. i oo j i 50 i fa . '.75 1 a as t to.,.. I 25 t t SMI I 8 50 t t5 ' '-75 4 I 5 !. ) 1 U 2 10 I i Kl ' a 60 : 4 iiu" I 4 tK) 1 Kara. I 60 I i sia auto 3 75 4 bu 6 26 2 H'ch V 60 3 75 6 00 25 7 60 b75 8 Wt-k, 3 00 4 60 00 7 SO 9 00 10 50 1 ar. 4 oo oo h oo f iu oo u uo 1 14 ou 2 Mo 8 00 76 II 60 13 76 1 w l 70 3afo . 7 60 11 25 I 15 00 18 75 ) 22 60 ( tt to 4 J B 60 12 75 1 17 00 21 25 26 60 2i 75 H Ho t. lO OO 16 OO g 00 26 00 3Q O0 36 Ul !i Ho t. U O0 19 5(lTa 00 I 32 60 I 30 00 45 50 iTTfo'Tl 16 O0 22 60 j 30 t 37 60 I 45 AO I 5'.' 60 BUSINESS CARDS. Jacob Sinzich & Son, WHOLESALE BAKERS, Dealera in . BOAT STORES, "TSM.-aji h. jxm, ua vtJru 9 V located on the Mortheaat coruer of firat and Sycamore streets, for the purpose of reuaiting Masicai, Mepeating, aud other Vr'atchea, Jewelry, Ac., Ix-gs bis frieuda aud the public gcnurally, to call upon him, wbeu aatiafaction will be i;uoran teed. janiK-lyd H.tH M, J M Jtl tJ4i HJ'H T.V, WHoLK 1s sale aud Ketail OiltKJaiK AN1 PltU VISION MERCHANT, dealer in Cor.iage, Nail, Glass, Ce ' ment, Towdor, Plaster Paris, Ac, No. 12S Main street, near tle Canal. Evmisville, Iod. l'eb8 BU, UJILXKLL Wd TMtH atraet, lauvilU-, Indiana, M holeaale leal ers iu Uroreriea ai;d all kinds of Produce, Naile, eiaas, White Lime, Ceiueot, Cotton Yaru, White Lead, Linaevd Oil, Ac, 4c. Also, constantly on baud a full stock of feasb, fanel Doors, Ac, of all siaes. ap2u H. a. Hrri.r.. laLEBABT. WHEELER & IGLEHART, (W T TOM.'Ji f& sTT J W, .VB 1 al Cellectioa and Keal Estate Agency. OtHce on Third street, opposite the Court House. Kuquirer copy. m7JVHK fA BTK,'lCltItJrU MOSS mw Candy, Uowo's Congh Caudy, and a nuniber of other pleasaut remedies for Coughs oftentimes better tbau the more expensive and nnnseatiog medicines, at 17 MAIN BTKBKT. M AMI DHUUU1S1S. We are regularly receiving additiona to our stock OfliBUUS, ilCIlCl!ltS, CHKMK'ALS, Paibts, Oils, VsBMisuKa, Pebpumebt, and Ksnct Aktioles, which we are prepared to offer to the trade on as good terms as cau be pt .chased in Cincinnati, Lou iaville, or Kt. Louis. We have in store 15 toss of Ext a Pub White Lbad, in kegs of 25 lbs, 50 lbs, and 100 lbs, which we are selling to the trade at manufacturers' prioea. KELLER A WHITE, - No. S2 Main street. W7-MllJr i" HtiSTO.V, WHOI.K- MA. SALE DHY GOO PS HOUSE. First street, Ev ausvills, Ind. Merchants will always find a full stock of Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps, at this House, which wilLbe sold on fair terms. fsep21 y SALE HARDWARE 1 BALER, First street, opposite Maghee A Co.), Evansville, Ind. Orders or Hardware promptly filled at lowest Cincinnati ricea. lanJW to E. Q. SMITH, CHAIR MANUFACTURER, I Market street. Evansville, Ind., ., will ' I keep on band and make to order every variety of Cane and Wgoa Seat 1 11 A 1 B3. xne Trade supplies, at lowest rales. Hotels, Steamboats and Hal la fur nished promptly to order. All work warranted, janl-ly . ' MTtifEAl' BMVTMRBS, KiH0M.Mim V SALE AND RETAIL DEALKKS IN FAMILY GROCERIES, CLASS, NAILS. FLOUR, arain, Seeds, bacou. Lard, 1 una. Duckets, Churns, and Woodware generally. No. 82 Main street, Ev ansville, Ind. Goods delivered in any part of the eity free of ehorge. ' oct21 IS. W. TtCKEBT JOHN VICXEBT..... JAH'l. V1ULEBT. ' MHJi OLU If MUM MJViBDWlJ.Kii , 'JL AGAIN ALL1S A HOWES, Forwarding and Commissi ui Merchants, Rectifiers of the celebrated Magnolia Whisky, Dealers in all kinds of Produce, , superior Old Bourlion and Bye Whiskies, aud For ign and Domestic Liquors, Ac, Water street, Sec ond door above Vine, Evansville, Ind. BHBT . ALUS. , LEWIS BOWES. feb5-ly ' . - jr. TOKY, MAIN STREET, ETABSVTLLB, INMAKA. ' If yon wish to get the worth of yonr money in SMf ts,Gentemen's FuiDisliins; Goods FANCY SHIRTING PRINTS, Please call at 35 Main Streei. All orders tor Stitching Silk, Cotton and Linen Geode, promptly attended to, and neatly executed. Grateful for past patronage, I respectfully solicit continuance of the same. Sbirta mad to order from measurement, and satisfaction warranted. sept3-ly JAMK8 M. SBANKL1N. ..OBAHPEB W. MASOIN. 1SHANKL1N & HAUDIN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, EVsKsVILbE, IND. ' rml.t, MMI HHtis MtBTATK, JJVU WM. Notarial business entrnstrd to them will re ceive prompt and careful attention. Especial at tention wilt beeiven to the Collection of Claims in the following towns, viz.- Evansville, Henderson, Mt, Vernon, Boonville, Newburgti, Kockport, Can- oeltoo, Princeton, Vincennea, Washington, Dover, ' and Petersburgh, and in the counties in which said - towns are located. OFFICE Third street, adjoining the Court House. eepttO-lyd WM. E. FRENCH & CO., WHOLESALE DEALERS IN READY-MADE Olotn Ins, YANKS E NOTIONS, Ms,20 Mats Street, Kwaaawllle, lad. Agenta for German Anchor Bolting Cloth. bahl'kl b. dujut. .WILLIAM B. BAKBB. A'.JF. Gilbert & Co. Wholesale Grocers, Sycamore street, between Water and First, Evans ville, ludiana. A full assortment of Groceries al ways on hand, and for aale at the lowest prioea. Agents for " Cypress Mills," Cttoa Tarns, Ac., at manufacturer a Lrices. inovi .. PETER VIERLING, ' lA?VVsV.s'r, WJitJT UUTXM -M-J oTBKKT, KVANSV1LLE, Healer in faints. Varnishes, Oils, Ltye-Mtufls, Win dow Glass, Physicians' 6hop Furniture, Mioul der Braces, Abdominal Supporters, Surgical I-Mtrnuients, Ac. Ac. ALSO Pure Wioes and Braediea, aud all popu lar patent medicines of the a? e, Ac. julij V-sfor sake to the trade at Factory prices, by . - J' S. K. UILBi-kT A CO, . aula ' Agents Create alius. t Haifa tymtwA. ' munmao tnr JAKKS H McKKKLY Etoior. r. M. THAYKH, Gm'l Bumntm Namager. J.0. U. McNKELY, Sup'l MochanUal Deyartmunt. rnB rut riB or thk EVANSVILLE JOURNAL COMPANY. Jourual Buildings, Locust St., Kvansvllle ds. Crawfordsvllle Rail ' road.. . DEPARTURES. Accommodation Train ... 6.15 A. M. Hail Train..-.. 10.25 . ABKIVALS. " Mail Tram .5.18 P. M AucoajHHniataon... . . 4.15 TeOnrEichaDgti, We Lave twice particular! requested those Weekly papers to which we send oar Daily, to give the short Prospectus we pub lish ia another column such number of In sertions aod editorial notice as they may deem f;ur, to remunerate us for the difference.! between six papers per week that we give them for one of theirs. Only three or four so fur as we have noticed have complied with onr just request. We m-w renew it for the lo-fme. We shall wait a reason able time, and all papers that do not publish our Prospectus will be changed from our Daily to our Weekly list. AVe may possibly erase some papers that are entitled to receive our Daily for their Weekly for some reason that does not at first appear to us. If any such cases occur, the papers thus improperly stricken off will please inform us of the reasons (if any) why luey suouiu return u on our uaiiy list, we shall not intentionally transfer any papers entitled to receive our Daily lor their Weekly. BSy We have received the Eighth Annu al Report ot the Institution for the Deaf and Dumb and the ISlind of the State of Louisi ana, made to the General Assembly, Janua ry 1, I860. The Institution is represented as being in a very flourishing condition. The new edi fice, completed a couple of years ago for its use, is as large aod well-appointed, as any in the country. There are 77 pupils receiving the benefits so generously provided for them by that lib eral State 63 mutes and 14 blind 44 males and 33 females. There is a feature in the Report before us, which wight be followed to advantage by similar institutions in other States (our own iucluded): The Report (ia pamphlet form) was printed on materials belonging to the institutiou, by the p-ipils thereof. The mute boys engaged in setting type and press work, have succeeded beyond all expecta tions says the President in his report. As a practical printer, we pronounce the speci men of their work, now before us, first class in every respect far better than the average work done for such institutions. We know from actual experience with mute printers, that they are capable of being made first-rate workmen. The General Superintendent, Mr. James S. Brown, formerly of our D. & D. Institution, has done the State and the cause of human ity signal service, in opening up this new avenue- of independence to the mutes under his charge. gg"The Enquirer is scolding because John L. Rob'nson won't obey instructions. It's nouse talking, neighbors. Mr. Robinson hutes your man Douglas bitterly, and won't wallow him, even it nominated At Charles ton. And there are plenty more like him in the North. Jesse D. Bright and Graham N. Fitch, gentlemen high in power and in fluence, are in the same " fix." Yon may say that the masses are with Douglas; but the masses are controlled by leaders like Messrs. Robinson, Bright, and Fitch. These last do the thinking for your Democratic rank and file. Thesa officers give the orders, and the common, soldiers obey. Ml mates of a Jtleellnar of the Citizens or tate tower .District er rigtea TewMhlp. neld at the ec lk ool-house of said district, on the evening of Aiarent atn, j sou. Wm. Kersteman in the chair. A com mittee-' appointed at a previous meeting made the following report : ' Your committee appointed at the meeting March 3d, to make inquiry in regard to purchase and title of your school property, and in regard to the prospects for having schools, hereby report ; As to the school property, vour committee find that the Township Trustee, Mr. A. C. Ilallock, purchased the same one-fourth of It lock 43, JUamasco from 11. Moss, tor lour hundred dollars cash that this purchase was made on the 24th of June, 1353, and that the price paid appears high, inasmuch as Air. Hllock, on the- earner day, bought three-eighths out of the same Block, from the same grantor, Mr. Moss, for the sum of $250, on one and two years credit. The title appears imperfect, an unsatis fled mortgage resting upon said Block 43 against which there is no other security to the Township, than the solvency of the grantor, Mr. Mo3a. We may believe that sach solvency exists in fact, but tbmk Mr Rallock, as agent for the pnblic, had no right to take it for granted. , Iu regard to the second inquiry the pros pect for schools: Your committee called on Mr. Ilallock, the Township Trustee, who promised to be at your meeting this evening and give full explanation. .The foregoing, report was received, and Mr. Hal lock beiug present, proceeded to ex plain That as far as the title of the school pro perty was concerned, be had been deceived by Mr. Moss, who bad promised that the mortgage should be removed. He acknowl-- edged he' had been too easy in this respect, but pledged himself to have the title perfect at an early day. 'That as to his own" purchase of a part o1 the fame Block, he considered that part of leb.: -Jue, than what he purchased for the Tovrn- ; that the purchase was made after and indt; . rnl of the other, and in making it, be eimp.e exercised the right of any pri vate citizen. In regard to the general school fund, he reported that the amount received by him of that fund was in total $878 27, out of which, the portion for the lower district was f 271 50. Out of this he paid H.C. Short for .tuition previous. fiscal year, 137 50, to II. Simmons for tuition present year, oha quar ter, $90 00, after which . only 544 00 re mained belonging to this district, but that be still employed a teacher at $90 00 per quarter, and an assistant at $22 50, the deficit in payiag these sums to be made up out of next year s revenue. At this point Mr. Hardin was called upon to state what funds had come into the hands of the Township Trustee, as ascertained from the County Auditor's Books, and the fol lowing statement was made: . . ' The Common School Fund is $878 27. The Special School Fund amounts to $1, 930 04 ; deducting from this the amount re verting to the City of Evansville, $1000, there remains" $080 04". The Township fund amounts to 5,711 94. Mr. Ilallock showed how the two first funds had both been overdrawn, and stated that of the township fund a balance remains on hand, whereupon the supervisor of roads in the lower district informed the trustee that certain improvements on the roads were highly needed, and asked and obtained authority to have the same done. The meeting, npon motion, ordered the proceedings o be published in the city papers, and adjourned. a ' S. Sokknsoh, See'y. Sales of Real K at ate In Vanderhurg County for Two Weeks Ending Mar. 3, I860. Thos Giiibt to Jotepk Venneman; w qr of s w qr of sec 5, t 5, r 1 1. Henry D. AM to Iiobt. Parrel; hlf of lot 29 and 3 of lot 25, in blk 5 ; lot 2 and I of lot 34 in blk 7; lota 5, 6, 7, 8, 42, 43, 44 iu blk 7; and lots 5, G, 7 in blk 8, all in Goodsellsville. . (i Green Bellamy to Roll. Parrelt; lot 13 iu blk 4, F.ast. Enlargement. . ,. Jlarcus Sherwood to Rout. J arrelt ; w of 138, O. P. Evansville. Babeock Jr ft heeler to Henri Schemmel- mann ; lot 17 in blk Sharpe's Enlargement. John Shanklmto F. Grostmgsmeier ; pt Of I s w J of 8 e J of sec 13, t 6, r 11 containing 1 12 and 85-100tUs acres. I Wm. Woods to A. 4 L. Uhl; s J of n e of see 7, t 6, r 9. Sheriff of V and. Co. to Henry Lucbking ; lot 4, blk 30, Lamasco. : Clark Cody to Henry Lucbking ; lots 15, 16, blk 5, Northern Enlargement. .Henry Luebking to Peter Aeteman ; lot 4, blk 30, Lamasco. Jat. Oakley to Henry A. Stork; lots 12 and 11, blk 6, Sharpe's Enlargement. E., I. Jr C. Sir. Line R. R. Co. to A dolph Suhrheinrick ; n w of S w of sec 26, t 4, r 10, containing 40 acres. Jno. T. Walker to Wm. H. Walker ; pt of lot 145, Donation Enlargement. Wm. H. Walker to Mary Ann Walker ; pt of lot 145, Donation Enlargement. s, w w . i . r, . r , unat. uenoyti at. 10 cugene ji.appter; tut 2, subdivision 203, Donation Enlargement. Henry Hoye to Ueorge Lant;ol Ii, 12, 19 and 20. Listers subdivision out-lot 2, Uf.per Enl.' 1 heodore V ennemann to 2 lieodore n . t en- nemann ; e Jof lot 195, Donation Enlarge ment. Sam I 31. Mitchell to John Jlappel ; s e of s e J of sec 35, t 5, r 11 containing 49 acres. John C. Nagel to Iiaae S. Craft ; pt n e J of sec 29, t 6, r 10 15 acres. Isaac S. Craft to Abiah Hays ; pt n e J of sec 29, t 6, r 10 15 acres. Geo. M. Inkenbrandt to H. V Wheeler; lot 9, blk 5, East. Enlargement. Edward Wtlhelm to Edward Schnanty ; pt of n e t of sec 3, t 5, r 11 100 acres. Alex. Sterretl to Jno. Whitehead, jr.; loUl ... i.a m, a.j. T . . f 19 ana iv, oik oit axsu .enlargement. Wm. M. Johnson to Diana C. Reed; lots 13 and 14 in blk 15, Stockwell's Enlarge ment. Beniah Most to Romulus A Most; square 17 Lamasco city. John I vinson to Sanford F. Wdson lot 1 in blk 2, Smith's Enlargement, adjoining Evansville. U. O. Babeock to John Iv'inson; lot 6 in sq 8, Sharpe's Enlargement. -w r Jno. Ingle, jr., to Wm. Stcamcn ; lot 11, blk 3, Carpenter's Place. Wm. Swanson to 1'tler Adam Slutffer; lot 11, blk 8, Carpenter's Place. John Whitehead, jr., to Wm. E. French; lot 8, blk 38, East. Enlargement. John M. Lockvood to John Kissengerm of n e J sec 21, t 6, r 11; e pt n of se T, and e 3 of n of sec 34, t 4, r 10100 acres in all. Theodore W. Vennemann to Theodore Vennemann, pt lot 77, Old Plan Evansville. Thos. E. Garvin, adm., to Wm. J. Deubler; e of n w J, and s w of n e of sec 32, t 5, r 10 80 acres. Sheriff Vanderburgh county to Wheeler Iglehart ; pt of lot 104, Old Plan. Wm. G. McDowell to Sltapleigh R. Neale; e J ofs J of 8 w J of se , sec 17, t 6. r 11 15 acres. Auditor Vanderburgh county to Sarah Vaughen ; pt lot 5, in blk 11, North-East. Enlargement. Chas. R. Hopkins to Fred. Hermien; e J of s e , of sec 17, t 5, r 1080 acres. Theodore Venneman. guardian, to Philip Wessel ; pt lot 1, blk 37, East. Enlarge ment Evansville. John J. Fairchild to Jacob Miller ; a e J of lot 8, blk 30, Eastern Enlargement Ev ansville. Thos. E. Garvin, admn tcJohn C Stacer; e J of n e , of sec 31, t 4, r 10 80 acres. John H. Grotsbeck tl. al. to Cha. Bren ning, s e J of s w f , of sec 1 7, t 6, r 1 1 40 acres. Grampian P. Hardin to Wm. H. Walker; lots 9 and 10 in blk 71, and lot 16 in blk 118, Lamasco. John Hoffman to Joseph Autlinger; n. w, J of n w J, and w end of a w J of n w J, of section 2, t 5, r 11. , : , .. Rosina Reimann et el. to William Riimann; n end of n e J of sec 3, t 5, r 11, containing CO and 7o-100ths acres. ,( Removal. J. W. Nexskn, agent of the Phoenix Insurance Company, has removed his office from First street, to the corner of Main and Second streets, over Thompson's Drug store. (See advertisement in another column.) The Phoenix is a first rate com pany, and worthy of public patronage. Judge Heyden, the ludiana agent, and Mr Nexsen, the local agent, are excellent busi ness men. NEWS BY TELEGRAPH. BT TUB B. A W. LIMB. EXPRESSLY Fi)R THE JOURNAL XXXIV CONGRESS FIRST SESSION. Washington. March 6, it. House. Mr. Schwartz asked, but failed to obtain leave, to introduce a resolution instructing the Committee on Mileage, to inquire . into the expediency of restoring the compensation of Congressmen, "to. what it was formerly, and into the expediency - of regulating and reducing the mileage; 1 ' . The House resumed ' the ' consideration-of the bill reported last week, of which a syn opsis has been - given for the protection of female passengers on board emigrant' ships. Mr. John Cochrane offered . two amend ments, which were agreed to, providing that a process be' issued against 'offenders in the English, French, or German language, and that suit can be brought within one year of the time of the arrival of the vessel in port. ii. . . The bill was passed. : '"' 'r... , I ... Mr. John Cochrane, from the Committee on Commerce, reported a bill for the sim plification and codification of the revenue laws. The consideration of the bill was post poned until the first Tuesday in April. A resolution was passed, directing an un expended balance of $64,000 out of $87, 000 appropriated in 1859 for the Chicago light-house to be usad in. improving Chi cago harbor. .... . , Washington, March 6, r. ii. House Mr. Florence presented a memorial of the Insurance Companies, merchants, and other citizens of Philadelphia, praying that Con gress substitute steamers of light -draught for tho Revenue service; in place of the present sailing schooners. . Referred to Com mittee on Commerce. 1 The House prepared for the election of a Chaplain. There were upwards of ; 20 per sons nominated, including, by Mr. -Braggs, the Jewish Rabbi, Dr. Rafael. Jn addition, Mr. Branch nominated, the whole clergy of the District of Columbia. Mr. Potter nom inated Rev. Mr. Lee, recently expelled from Kentucky. Mr. Kilgore moved to postpone the election until the 1st of July. Nega tived by 31 majority. After the roll was called, many changed their names. Mr. Briggs ' withdrew the name of Dr. Rafael. .Mr. Branch thought that all would agree that this scene ebould continue as short a time as possible. They now had an opportunity of knowing who was the strongest candidate; he now sug gested that be should oiler a resolution de claring a particular gentleman Chaplain. Let the other side otfer an amendment pro posing another candidate, then the previous question to be called, and the coutest would be settled in two voles. . Objections were made. Whole number 190; necessary to a choice 9G. Mr. Ball (Methodist,) 41 ; Mr. Proctor, (Methodist,) 46; Mr. Stockton 34; Mr. Nadal 14. The remainder were (scattering. The House again voted, and Mr. Stock tort, of Philadelphia, was elected by 15 ma jority. , , Wr. fetal worth presented a memorial from Mobile, similar to the above-mentioned one by. Mr. Florence. . An invitation" was received from the Ladies' Mount Vernon Association, inviting the members to accompany' them on a visit to Mount Vernon to-morrow.. Laid on the table. On motion, the resolution to reJuco mileage from 40 to 20 cents per mile, to be computed by a straight geographical line, was taken up. - . . f - Washington, March 6, p. it. Senate The Vice President laid before the Senate a certified copy of the Kansas Constitution received from the President of the Consti tutional Convention. -. "S Mr. Mason stated that the Sergeant at Arms bad arrested- Thaddeus Hyatt, and he now moved that he be brought before the bar of the Senate and asked, first, what ex cuse he bad to offer for refusing to uley the summons of the Senate. Second, whether he is now ready to answer, and that he be required to answer such questions as may be proposed by the Committee in writing and under oath. Mr. Hyatt was brought in. - Mr1.' Hale moved to amend the first inter rogatory by inserting" reason " for "ex cuse." Mr. Hale said he believed the Senate had no right to send for this citizen, and be lieved he had a valid reason for not coming. Mr. Saulsbury said the questions were in the usual form, propounded in the courts of law. Mr. Hale said that was the mistake, to act as though this was a court of plenary powers. Mr. Hale s amendment was lost. teas 13, nays 4. Mr. Hale moved in addition that the ber- geant-at-arms allow him full opportunity to consult with counsel. Mr. Mason thought they were unnecessary. The privilege would be allowed him. Mr. Hale withdrew bis amendment. The resolution was then adopted, yeas 46, nays 6. The n.ws were Messrs. Bingham, Jurkee, Hale, Sumner, Wade, and Wilkinssn. " On motion of Mr. Ma3on, it was ordered that Mr. Hyatt be remanded into the cus tody of the sergeant-at arms and be given till 2 o'clock Friday next, to answer the questions propounded. ' Mr. Wilson introduced a resolution in structing the committee on Military to con sider the expediency of transferring the control of the Interior to the War Depart ment. Various reports and bills of no general interest were introduced. The military academy bill was taken up, and. on motion, its reference to the com mittee on military affairs was reconsidered. On motion of Mr. Brown, the unfinished busiuess of yesterday was postponed. . A resolution relative to the territories was called up. - - Mr. Brown addressed the Senate., .Baton Rocge, March Ctb, m. The Democratic State Convention met and or ganized to-day. ' Resolutions were offered instructing the delegates at Charleston to support the nom inee of that Convention if he were a good Democrat. A-resolution wns offered to sustain Mr. Davis's Territorial resolutions at Charleston ; and if the principle is rejected, the delegate should withdraw.. - - St. Johns, N. F., March 6, if. The steam ship Prince Albert, from New . York, bound to Gal way, arrived here this morning, and will probably sail this evening, with news from the U. S., of toy day's date. : Baton Roues, March 6, p. u. On ballot ing, the resolutions were rejected. ' A series of resolutions were adopted, ex pressing admiration for the conservative and patriotic Northern men, and undiminish ed confidence in Mr. Buchanan's administra tion; embodying the principles of Senator Da vis's Territorial resolutions; recommending the two-thirds rule; that the vote of Louifii-r ana be cast as a unit;' that in case of the elec tion of a Black Republican President, Lou isiana should meet her sister slaveholding States ia council for future measures of prr tection. : " The delegated are xintrammeled by. in structions, but Slidell is recommended . for the Presidency . They also pledge the Dem ocracy .to .support the -nomine of ihei Charleston Convention. E.Lagreand Rich ard Taylor' were elected'delegates large, and the Convention adjourned. Baltimobe, March . The'- Maryland House last evening by a vote of 55 to , Ac cepted an address by requesting 4be Gover nor to remove from office Judge Stump of the criminal court of this city.' 6Tiie case comes off in the Senate to-day. . The Senate last evening passed a bill em powering the city of Baltimore, to endorse half a million dollars of bonds of the Norths ern Central R. R. The drivers of the city Railway cars had a fracas last night. One of them named Bailey was fatally shot. ' New York, March 6, u. The steamship Cuiawba from New Orleans via Havana, reports but 12 feet water on the bar at the mouth of the Mississippi, and the channel blocked by a large ship aground.- ; ,i The Cahawba stuck in the mud 15 hours until hauled off by a steam tug. The U. S. steamer Mohawk was at ,Ma tanzas. The Cahawba brings $100,000 in silver. On March 1st, ehe passed a large ship burnt to the water's edge. Her name is unknown. Eastox, Pa., March ' C, m. The new steamer built here,, exploded her boiler at oon to-day, when about starting on ' her fciTbt trip. She U a complete wreck." - A number of persons were killed. Only one body has been recovered. The names of the vieti-aM have not yet been ascertained. Eaxon, Pa., March 6, p. u. The follow ing are some of the names of the killed. Richard HoIcomoofBelvidere, Joseph Wea ver of Easton, George Smith of Easton, Judge Sharp of JBelvidere, Wm. Sharp, jr., of Belvidere, T. Schooley of Easton, Joseph Shoeff, Engineer, Easton, George Shoeff, South Easton. The following are the names of some of the injured: John .Smith of.Belvidere, thigh broken and bead cut ; Solomon Mclntire, badly wounded; Andrew Melick of Belvi dere, arm broken; B. L. Yonles of Easton, badly wounded. There aee more.killexl and injured, but it is impossible to get the names until the excitement subsides, n - v - New Verk MtrVet New York, March 6, ?. u. Flour better forgood brands, and firm for all other des criptions; trade demand is fair; tales .8,000 bbls at 5 20 5 25 for super .tate ; 5 40' 5 50 extra ditto; 6 20'i 110 super western ; 5 505 C5 common to medium -ettya do; 5 95(rr,G 10 shipping brands extra .round hoop Ohio; market closing buoyant. Rye flour 3 70i4 40. Corn meal quiet, aai2 un changed. ' Whisky dull and lower; fates 150 bbls at 24. Wheat firm, with good mili ing demand; sales include 6000 bush, red Southern at 1 381 42; 1,100 bush. Mil waukee club at 1 231 25 ; 800 bushels Chicago spring at a fraction over 151. Rye Steady at 86.88. Barley quiet and firm ; sales 2000 bush prime Canada at 85. Corn steady with fair demand; sales 16,000 bush, at 78 for mixed western, 7880 for yellow; 7882 for white. Oats in large sup ply, and dull; sales at 4445. Pork without material change, and demand moderate; sales 1400 bbl3 at 17 317 50 for old mess; 18 37 for new do; 16 00 16 50 forwestern ; prime mess 17 0017 25. Beef more active, but prices unchanged ; prime mess beef steady; sales 200 tierces choice at 19 00, and the remainder on pri vate terms. Dressed hogs nominal, but about out of season. Cut meats firmer, but active ; sales 700 pkgs at 77J for shoul ders; 9J10 for hams. Bacon firm; sales 100 boxes short ribbed middles at 10 J. Lard steady ; sales 650 obl3 atlOjll. Butter steady ; 1114 for OhioJ and 142 20 for state. Cheese firm.t Coffee quiet, but firm; sales 100 bags on private terms. Molasses unchanged. SugaT heavy. To bacco unchanged ; sales 75 hlids Kentucky at 61.2, and 40 cases seel leaf at 714. Cincinnati Market. Ciscinsati, March 6,' p. if. 150 bbds ribbed sides sold at 99J; the latter for 100 hhds delivered the last part of this month. . Nothing doing in shoulders.; they can be bought at 7. No demand ftir bulk meat; sides 8i8J, but are held higher. Lard is held at 10$. Flour less active; sales 1700 bbls at 5 f-0 for super; 5 65 5 75 extra; 5 856 00 extra family. Whisky in moderate demand ; sale9 1500 bbls at 19A(a19 ; latter for wagon lots. Groceries dull ; sales 40 hhds sugar at 8(S 8J. Molasses dull at 4142. Coffee firm at 12J13J latter for choice samples. Wheat'sfeady at 1 271 30 tor prime white; 1 231 25 ' for prime red. Ear ; corn in good demand at 49(r,50 in bulk; shelled dull ; no sales. Oats in fair demand ; sales 2,300 bush at 4743. Rye scarce and in good.. demand at 100. Barley, in good demand and firm at 75 for prime fall; 6570 for fair to good. New York .Market. New York, March 6. Coffee firm with a fair inquiry; sales 480 bags Rio at 12$ 12.; 1000 bags Str Domingo on private terms; Sugar unchanged and quiet. Mo lasses dull and drooping. Cotton' quiet and unchanged. , . Philadelphia Market. Philadelphia, March 6, u Flour quiet and firm. Wheat advancing tendency ; sales at 1 61 for white 1 42 for red. Corn active ; sales yellow at 74. Provisions un changed. -Whisky firm at 23(,24J. Mr. Wm. H. Cos axt has gone into 'the office of the Pavilion Hotel, under the new 1 proprietorship' of Mr. S. t.' Kudd,'"where he will do the honors of the bouse in the most approved . way. . If traveler. and boarders can't feel at home with two such men, as Messrs. Rudd and Conant, there is no .use for them to go further. ,: . ,' Carl Schnrz'i Lecture. The subject of the Library Lecture to ccortaw evening by Carl Schurz, i3 y Dem oeraoy nd Despotism in France." ;. No one is better .frble to discuss the two conflicting elements tjf .European society, than . Mr.. Schurz. A iSfttive of Germany, he waa educated ia tfcet tat schools of the continent, nd from bis staay aadobservation of these principles, whidb "have agitated the Nations of the Old "World 0 mucji, .'aod none met than France, lie will ao dobt give as, one of the most entertaining and .instructive lectures Of the whole course.- - -. , 'igWa' learn from a ; circular sent -us, that the first Semi-annual Fair,' $ the Gibson County Horticultural ail Agricul tural Society,, will be held oa the Fair Grounds, Thursday, March 29, I860. . , These Sale" "Fairs "are a good, thing we judge. Why does not our Society adopt the plan T ' : ' - -' .. SrThe Commissioners' Conrt of this county is in session. The Commissioners Jlessrs. Michael Mentzer, William Pruett, .and John Hogoe are all present. . Tar. Lictcee of ; Prof. J. W. Smith, to night, on '"Connubial Love, and Marriage, and Free ' Lotie exposed, " at Marble Hall, will be higtily jn-terestiog and 'instructive. The Psyciio-Jtagueiic examinations by Dr. Wright, , after the lecU partake of the wonderful. - - '..-- i Those who do not attend these lectures are losing a great treat., .We advise all logo, as the lectures are well adapted to both old and young.; The Science of Human Nature is something which interests all. - BSooie of our citizens, who have been disposed to find fault with the Township Trus tee, Mr. A.C- Hallock, called a public meeting in the Lower District, which was held on the evening of March 5th. The proceedings will be found in another column. Mr. Hallock, it appears, was present and made an explanation, which we presume was satisfactory. . His annual report, to bo made in n few days, will give a full account of his stewardship. " . -; .. Jfta?" Thomas J. Arbutliuot, Post Master at Princeton, died there on the 3d inst. Bank Statement. New York, Monday,. March 5. The Bank Statement for the week ending Saturday, shows : , : 1 1 Increase in loans ...... $614,461 Increase in specie .v....... , 2,312,914 Increase in circulation 236,431 Increase in deposits.,,..,. 1,405,195 MARRIED, On tbe.Cth' inst., by the ttev. Mr. GiJIott, II. E KjrsiBDT, of Pennsylvania, to Miss As a M. Jobsbtom, of this city. ' ", ' , The Printers were duly compljmsnted. TJiey wish the happy pair all the pleasure Imaginable. : NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. CHAS. B. VIEHAU8. 1 Lf IS BBCKMAN. fie or NIEIIAUS-dfc BECKJUS. HEW STOVE AND TIN STORE. TWajr JT JTJS-B M K TJt I L, ww dealera and Manufacturers of Tin, Copper, and laeet Iron Wares, No. 8, Water street, between M.sin aat-d Locust, fvansvillo, Ind. The etniernigned have constantly on hand a full assortmeBA of Stoves of every variety and pattern, at the ilowat prices, and beg leave to inform their friends od the public generally, that they have the beat andateatest assortment of Tin Ware ever offered, and have constantly on hand a full assort ment of Druggist Cans, Ac, c. Those persons wishing work: in their line are re spectfully requested to give them a call before pur chasing elsswhece,.as by prompt attention to th'ir business and a thorough knowledge of their trade, they hope to give general satisfaction. HIEUAlSd Jc BECKMAK. COPPER. AJEJDJOB WORK. Steamboat, Distillery, and Brewery Work; Steam Pipes, Soda Fountains, I'unips, aud general Copper emithingand Sheet Iron M'ork, mode and repaired, Metal Keeling, Gnttering, Jtc. Work warranted to fine perfect tatifiuMoH, at (lie lotrott prices. mar7-4md OMJiJVtfJStI JJVU t,KMOJ-lli. 50 boxes choice fresh Oranges, 10 do ' do - ' Lemons. " "' Keceived per steamer Ohio Belle, and for nale vary low by COOK. A LANGLEY. marT ' ' 0"i MiJ HUTS ! BJ'lOJV titiTltt - In prime order at the EUBKKA BAZAAR. marl RA B If to If. jVHH&H COBJV MJEJMj. 200 bush, prime corn. . 300 do choice Peach Bloom Potatoes, ' Jn store and for sale by COOK A LANG LEY. tar7 1T V TO WO VJVtt Jt MM M M . SIM Cook t Xangley, on band with the largest andrftamt assortment of children's Cabs and tiigs ever otfered in Kvansville, say 3 4cci assorted Willow Cass, ZI.wjz do Empire do 1 flos J'onng America do tl dos linetto Cabs, 3 dozorted 8pring flips. For sale x inry low fignrss for the style and finish il ' COOK Jt LANGLEV. mar7 JL bbls, A. Bajloiv. Warrsnted Pure Cider Viu esrar. Keceived this 4ag by aar7 COOK t LANGLFY. t afk g J.Um. .aT - 1 nOM.M, TJBtJE eJvJVJ BL'XTEii Keoaiaed at nHir7 COOK. LANGLEY. - M ii MMjM 150 MM US BUST Newcastle, in store aud. to arrive, for sale by marS , ,- . . ' ' Js. E-GXJUP.tt r a c. jfJTmi .' 50 BVSM. PMI.TfK Nortern Oats, lust received and for side fcy . CUAS. McJOHJiSTOM, ; mart Posey's Block, Main st. received ia airst rate order, per St. Autocrat, 6 boxes Oranges, . 5 boxes Leowu, ' . , '. . For sale cheap at EBSKUJE.CUBNICK CO.'S, mar 7 Maiu street. yt0t'0J J'VTM ft JVM l.T tti; tL Cocoa Nats jnst reoeised and tor sale r heap by EKSKIXE, CiUKNICK CO.. mar6 .. 47 Maiu street. mmx w b iu. ju ji .v $Tn'iF itiB--1 o hhdl prime N. O. feupar, jn-t recuived i r oteamer Antucrat, direct from tkit cn, fr sale cheap by . . EKSK1NK, CU11M1RK CO.. saarfi 7 Main street. mm lo'it Hi n. fin. tit: SWIM. K. u. Molasses; 10 bbls re-botlc-d d , Jnst received per eteamer A uto-rat, at EUSKIJXK.CUKMCK CO'S, t nar6 . - " Main wtreet. irtt VKH 0jetJ--17fi Bt SH. ate. I lected Clover seed, received and for sale by CUAS. MclttHNSTOV, uiarft Posey's Block, Main st. mmn tr fM4r wet 'tjTtt.- md W l.oOOtuat received aod for sale by mara . . b. E. GILBEKT & CO. NEW ADVERTISEMENT. Public Sale of Valuable City Lots. jri vi u run of ujv guomb om MM tho Vanderburgh. Court of Common Pleas, made at its February Term, I860, we will, as exec utors of the last will of William Duff, deceased, sell at pnblic auction on THUBSDAY, APKIL 6th, IStiO, at the Conrt House in Evansville, Ind., the following Lots in the Eastern Enlargement of Evansville aforesaid : Lot " 13.... .17.. "... 9.... ' "...15:... "...10-... "...12.... "... 1.'.'.'. .Block ...Lot ttt 7.... Zl"..'.13', ...1.... ".17.... "...20.... "...19.... "...19.... "... 9.... ......"... 1.... "...16.... "...19 ... . ". 4... Z"'.."'.n'.';.'. -ia.... "0.... . "...21... .....Block... "...39 "...39 "...39 "...39 .........40 ......."...41 .."...41 .....4...4'j "" .44 "...44 "...44 ."...4 ... ...'. ..4S ...'...47 '.'..'S..."...9 . ...."" . "...ho ...6a "...53 ". 6... ,......... ...... .."...10 , "...10..... "-.11 "...11... "...12 , ..n......."...12... "!l2".".' 13 , "...21 "...22 "...12...., ;.t...10... "... 3. "...12...., T....... "...23...:.. ".., 6... "24 "... 9 ...:.,."...25..:..., uZ i.'."...Zi..'....'K'.. "... 8 "...S3 , "...17 "...33 , "...14 ...".,.3o....... ".ll "...46 "...11. ....12 "..3 MS 6sMtis Slt ,. "...12... "...StJ These lots are well located in a thriving part of the city, and present a fine opportunity for profit able investment. Terms, one quarter cash; balance in 6, 12 and 18 months, with interest and mortage. For particulars apply to Thos. E. Garvin, Third street. NICHOLAS W. THOMAS,) E. CLIFFORD NEFF, J-Exec'rs. JAMES P. KILBKETU J mar7-4tw3td Volkibote copy. ISRAEL KITTENBEllO, Tpijren.i8H ofTjcu.y; mjjvvjfjo. JLJ turer of the newly invented aud improved Spectacle. No. 4, Third St.. bet. Main and Locust, iu Judge Hairs New Block, Evansvillo, Ind. These celebrated Speetaclesare made of Brazilian Pebbles, and constructed in accordance with the philosophy of nature, in the peculiar form of a concavo-convex, which can be used by the old aod yeung, either by day or candle light, with perfect ease,and oo unpleasant feeling to the eyes that mmy experience from using the common kind. They tend to strengthen, and improve thesicht, as will be seen by the following testimonials from those using them : - 1 Frimt Samuel Orr, Esq. I have pnrchased a pair of Spectacles frem I. Rittenber;. I have fouud them to be perfectly eay to the eye. I cheerfully recommend tkem to the public. f rn 8. Borenaon, Eaq- I take great pleasure in recommending the glasses of I. Rittenberg to the public. They give great satisfaction. From Judge W. B. Moore, Boonville,' Tad. For years past I have been accustomed to ue ar. tificial sight, and have tried several kinds of upec tarles, but I have found none so easy to the eye ss I. ltittenberg's. 1 take pleasure in recoLuuieuding them to the public. Prhiceton, Gibson county, Ind. Having pnrchased, and tor some time ufe i, the Brar.iliHii pebble Spectacles, gotten up by Mr. I. ltitteiibkrg, formei-lr of ludiaoapolis, and now of Kvansville, we can most cordially recommeud them as tciiig easy for the eyes, and in all respects a good article Itev. JOHN MoMASTEB, G. N. JERAULD. JOSEPH DEVIN, J. J. K 1 It K SI AN, SAMUEL WH1TSETT, ROBERT DUNCAN. raar-d&wtf 10 assorted Steel Slabs, 200 do do Moulds, Deceived p?r steamer Dr. Kane, and for sale by marC SAMUEL OKR. MB .V St. - K5 tons assorted iron, i ISO set do Axles, (.0 Springs, ' -ItiKt ldls amorled Hoop Iron, Received per steamer Dacotah, and for sale at re duced pi i. ea SAMURL OKR. man; ' . Wholesals Spring Trade, I860. W. P. DEVOU & R0CKW00D, . 83 PEAIUL, STREET, Ol B ti JS O IV BJSCJEMflJYe St. ' tht-ir usual assortment of SILK GOO PS, RIBBONS, STRAW BONNETS, FLOWERS, TRIMMINGS, EMBROIDERIES, , , MILLINEUY-LACES, WHITE GOODS, LACE MANTLES, SHAWLS, KID GLOVES, BCCHES, SHAKER HOODS, Lisle and Silk Gloves. Our tock being the most complete in our line in the West, many of the above goods being our own direct importation, and will be offered to Merchants and Milliners at LOW PRICES FOR CASH or SHORT PROMPT PAPER. "W. P. Devou & Rockwood, 83 PEARL ST., CINCINNATI. inar5-lw mjtaBIt U-JBU hl'BI.VU IBJltB, MM. 1860. The undersigned invite the atten tion of GROCERS and COUNTRY MERCHANTS to their large assortment of HARDWARE now on hand and arriving, direct from European and American manulacturers, which they oner to rash and prompt time buyers AT PRICKS BEYOND COMPETITION. JACOB STBAUB A SON, . mar "' 74 Main street. BICU1; TUBJ L, tJHPIBMIJST8. 25 dozen shoved and spa4e$; 20 " garden rakes; 20 " handled hoes; 50 " cast steel planters' hoes; 30 " hay and manure forks; 5 " grubbing hoes; 7 casks trace chains; 8 " log " 20 doxen sheep shears; Now on hand aud for aale at low prices. JACOB STBAUB 4 SON. mar5 74 Main street. nMCKMO Inoss. 2s irr, a? bales received persteamer Autocrat achoice article for sale by S. E. GILBERT 4 CO., mar5 No. 4 Sycamore street. "IrWB Ojy JHJS iTilBM8 . JC 11 building lots in the City of Evansville, and in Elliott's Enlargement; Also 3 lots on Third street near the corner of , Cherry; " 2 good hones, ods 7 and the other 3 years , old; 2 good milch cows; " 2 good carts and harness; " 1 good dray and harness; " 1 new farm wagon and harness; ." 1 good top buggy and harness, with pole -and double harness to fit. j marS Z. n. COOS. grp O OT S J JVfl SBOJBtt- ' MM 200 cases Boots and Shoes just received and 1 for sale cheaper than ever before sold In the West, : hs fmarft J. H. MABUU. rnijnijsusTBJTOsvs jwtice. TL Vb undersigned has been appointed adminis- . trator of the estate of .Robert Parrel t, late of an derbnrgh county, Indiana, deceased. Said estate, is believed to be solvent. PARBETT, i ftai-rtt Administrator. M. undersigned, administrator of Robert Parrett. ; deceased, will, on Thursday, the 14th of March, Won, at the late residence of said deceased, in Union Township, Vanderburgh county, Ind., sell Bt public auetion the personal estate of std-ue-; reased, con sistingof horses , cattle, hogs, com m . the ear, onebuggy and harness, houxuld goods, t Venn's of ""sale All sums under 55. cash; on all soma of 8". and over, a credit of twelve months wKl b given, the purchaser giving notes with ap pr.ed security, bearing intorest and liel'Uws. JOHN W. PARRET1. t fl,XH,Ki Administrator. CRESCENT CfTT NURSERIES. I mr Jm4 of Str ort til THIMT TBKK8, HO OSBB KB At! , Currant, Strawberry an J Raspberrv plants lor sale. Also Hoses and tirnamental ShrubtH?ry. Also Verbenas andotfcrr Uling Plants. foUio w3w , BAKER l '-i a ai t a) ii ei lit H ri k X 3 i I n I t. a 2 i b I i 1