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THE EVANSVILLE DAILY JOURNAL.
VOLUME XII. EVANSVILLE, INI)., WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 3. 1800. NUMBER 221. i f 4 . inm OF THE JOURNAL. Daily Paaer (aim lei i By the week (payablo to Carriers) Tri-Weekiy Taper Weekly Paper Im 111 4 I.' 5 i i 1 w I luljc ol lb or niori- .The privilege of yearly adjvertawn 11 anted to thi-irowa immediate biisiiieafr, in tlieir owu ii.'.nn-; au.l all iidvertieeincuU for the hem-lit ot other ( petaeim, an well as ! advertisement mi l w.i.ar-ti-.f ui' i.U of auction ictlt'., aiitl aflvcrtia 'tio nts writn Mia at Planar pavaau a, aeol iu ly teen, ana, tit. iaid for at Ilia nana late. nt, No rt'iK-rt. n iM'ltitit u or prneeodiAa? "! any ituniaalioe. nu m r ritl' i or pnMic meeting ami no roinneiiiit nl i. a deafened to call attention to an T lout ter i Itinil 'I ..I in.Iii inimt intertt call be iaaerted, BatHm hH far as an atPMwtiBenient. Oa 4'oiit.ncta for ytairlv advei tiamx will ii'tl be tlist . aitiiiu. d illiltta an or.U r to that ejtt is left t.t the i.R;:e, anl when ytwiontrniiied in leaa lhan a year. Ibe price of tite whole jour v. ill be charged. njapLegal advwiiiscc.it'nla hoffvaffter, wtti he pui. IfaEdai the wxpeueo of lite attoraey nrdrrtng. and uot delayable for legal pinreediiiga, but collet tab, at our usual Hate. B. .. : i ina f. r Jo'.. Wotl. ami 1 1 an.' in. I nl KiaaaMUtM aro CASH . ItJTtiS it I' dfs t"XBTI0MV. I Da. 4 m V6 Mi" I 12SJ I 1 2 Pasj.. " 7f. I i'l 1 " ' ' I - SSJ M 3 tta.. I -j I aii t j .J-'- VA t Hi i j "i i t -at ! fa" : a la i i . 6i)... ( IUi " 2! 1 I 2 I a fai I 1-JUl I !" I fet t ll anj .i7S t i . - 1 Wmtlu a on il 7.-. I 5 ii I .-') I 1 SB s ; . a Met, I no 4 on aa i .o tt i in t-Mo. I 4 M I li 00 I a Ml Iti HH j 1 tt 1 1 .. at ji . i ntmj i 7.r 1 11 f ta ic i im w I Mo a. 7 6 II j 16 mi 1 xi I ' 4 Ma-.. a fin fcj 74 17 i I -:l ' I - '' I ' ' Mo'a. lo oo 1.'. tai "J MM i"i ' l.i I ' ilr.V 13 M 1'J M 3C 3: Ml .: UU j i.. -l. JfV l.i on I 5 fai i n I :7 :.n , '. t j . o BUSINESS CARDS. H. Q. DVIIKCl. f. K At UM.KW.taT WHEF.LF.R & IGLF.H ART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, CKKKRA h fMLLECTMN AND REAL ESTATE AGENTS. Oltice on tlniti st , opt Hit- I .tun Hoaaa. ApilS V I t, I. I A -l It. A v t: , P aCI ILAL W A I LHm A.K LH , j C'r. TPIrttt anil Syrauarf st. Partienlar attention pai.i toil... rattairiuji of M aicat, Ti'ntfC. W MVIIKS marBtt Jacob Sinzich & Son. WHOLE8A LK BA K KRS, lt.'ttl. r- in BOAT STORES, It i'c .. bt. tie otl Mrcaiaar. rut .ii;:Mf...vrs, r it Vti 1 4 tr.if.vv ia ami iiia t;i;isTs. We ore reiftttarly r. s-eii inir atttlitioui to our stuck ..riiKitis. M Ki'iciNcs. Dm km lea La, Pums, ttiui, VaaxWVaa, PanrvasaT, nn.l KaNi". Aurni.i.s, ubtch f .ti1.- pi. pHi't 'l to i.t'i-r tr. tin. liatle on as j.'im, torfna as can be pi fhaaediu t in. irtti-O'i, LttQ ! hIl. or St. I.i.tiiri. V. harenftorr I A ton M Itmt ri 1:1 wi i.i'l:i.'t..i'..rs pri rn a v. niTK, .. :v Main si i.-t K K I li.l HI.HS .nfJl.VT.l ai! UUtH'K tier in llonl RtlHaNT, it, Ptowdes Nail.. . Parts, .V. . No Kvaaatilk-. I ft li.s Wat l'.tj.s ala. Of,!! ,XU. IP- 1, 4 KM. I. K tit., U'.iTXH reet, Kvansville. li.'lia;ia. W lioi.-s."!. I..-.- 'rs in Oroceriea an 1 !' ki"t!s .! frntlm'o, Natla, ti! i-s. W lit- Sjiii-e. tlaaaeOt, I'otion Vara. '.ite Liati, Liiliteetl nil. At.. A. . Also, 'i nstantly on bate) a ftUt atm-K nt Sasi Panel li.s.rs. .vc.. ,,f ,. 'A v r, af.1,-, V CHAIK MAM l.A'Tl UK11, - rfTsiartel street EvanaTill. In.l a ill ' f 1 ' oli hau l ami .u:.kf to ' I every variety of I an and Wood Seal C 'HA IKS. The Tia-b- - upplie i h 1 lo weitt r:it IliWi ti. Hat lunheaH iiaal Halle fut inisl. .1 promptly to ardor. Ail lavrk warranted, janl-ly g jiivvs r.A' -vv u o a us. J A lann. Lot ul La tape, I'i itioli.-H, Ifrrawi Ginirhanui! Pi im-, .net a limt ot Fauuy Goada, it--cened al StiOAPKEK A P.I s'.l Nt;'. iicit'i Nti. IS Slam Htret-t Hicaav r. Mti.i.i-a. .1. aanav aiKnava. MILLER & NIEHAUS, -y-fr -pra -y- q.q OiD S BOOtS, SBOK$, HATS, CAt'S, Ac. 1 .vo. 4:1 .HJt.v firsxii'T, 1 EVAHSVILLE, INDIANA. ttp.-j. FWSKINE, CURNICK & CO., COMMISSION MERCHANTS AMI ...'AI.KS rOnrUSItv' DO OU I C I n U C u ' 1 ritirlH 1 o t:t: h.i 1. 1, 1 47 MA 5 STKKKT, apriiS BVANSTILLE, l!l. C. SCHMITT & STARK, W'lint. Hile mill n.o.',l Deakvain French, English & American PAPER HANGINGS, Ml SLlN AXO PAPKK blsawleai Hj.'l r ixtiiiifri, CurteM GiuUh. wit uioes, ruri;tiu Piiii ud J"aiir.r Mifrflwau iu. :', aitil & Firisl street, Kvaust ilin, lu-iiaiia btprl-l J wtxxxxc5 Steele, (MMSGWaWB To RTatXUt a Hi H.,) 2d ST., BET. CHESTNUT & CHERRY, KVANSVILLE, INDIANA. SASH, !)00KS,AViNI)(tV BLINDS, BouJl l.athw, jf-t;. , tf pverj l-.iilitit c-iituut It t a I. uud. ckiag l.xi o.ti m! kieUi uMfeal Ut .-tt r. 8aiiig.t 0Trf kiiol tint i-tt ifca nhitrteM llI wm i s-1 v Good luck Needed for Young Beginners. THE FIRM OF MILLER & NIEHAUS STILL AHEAD. rmutttt FtB.n tt.tx jrtHT Htu ntf- M ..I., loan new si..' .1 liij la, mitii.j- oi h pieat many art ic ten in Uiei. Im... 1.... aaan man to Iialilt , wliii li are iiou opO fi iiiojh. iMi ..J mil i-eitaiiilv lie sol. I cheap liar eaah M 1I1. 0 alaw, 41 .visit, street. MII.I.KU.V XIKMAUM. ii i . It. l.ate ot .Imp MM .t 1 1 IO Klli.lt READ & BURROW, WHiff.r.SAI k. Pk Al.rtH IS HATS AND CAPS, BTa I S Hata St., F.VANSl H.I.K., lli aprl vuls n. atfasai.iN ...kiimfKi a a ,atla . SHANK UN cV: HARDIN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, rc v a s h.i.k, i urn. M Bidartal baaiai'iai eatraated b.lbem will re rt i. pi..itipi it. i I fa ft fal all. ili.ai. I.sp . o.i ... t. atiMM "ill henwe M is I V .He, ti. ... ..I I'lmu, in be .al..ina if ii ti. KanatHV, UrMilnraini. Sri VttKlIt, IhH-III ill.', N'. tt I. IU . t,, i ,..,- ';,,, loltoe, 1'n.it floli , V i. h'.-ii W a Ion co. lo.i , 4ji.t P.-le. si orjfli, al.i HI Ihe 1 oioit n, whieh Bal-1 o.w s 5ie wean d. i r'li.'K TliMtJ itraat, sdiuiaiaa; tha l omt tlunae. aantaS-Ija &.jie f ilHg 0tttttitL Pl KLIMIEI) 1ST JAMKi H McMEBLY tillor. '. M. THAYKR, Gtm'l pwimii Jfaaajjrr. JN'I. U. M.N KML Y, frVf-' PanarSaMB. ,. ,, . - ., , . ', . s 1 1 r, jo a i riuntiuv -rA.tiVlLLfc JJUHllAL LUrflrAllI. Journal Buiidiugs, Locust St., Hlu trn Ktrt ami Wrtr. ! . l: I . t I I I I - JL. Irawfortlav llle UhH- mail.. DEPABTUKKS. A. t-oiiiioiHi.-ti ion Train iI.ihiA. M. Hail Train 'I lf - AliUIVALs. M il Train 4...; P. M. A.'rtmii.iotlatioii t.ot) 41 Loral and ftlisceiluufou. BVSlMfttltS LOCALS. 4ter" rletnember H. Xi xaoBa i.ale of lots in the Southern BaJargMaMni this afternoon nl 2 o'clock, :it thf. CoMt Utilise dftor. 0BjfCoiM roond to ihe Canal Basin n II . y l eoopcis ibis iil'it i uooii at 4 o'clock, a: H. Nelson m ill hawinr jlf eleven thou.-md hi. korv hoOt-pii!t's. Kf Thei has been left at this olli. e a : aife uuiinella, Willi a '.vim.- handle, louiid 1 at u very suspicious place. The owner can bare it by calling and proving property. N't' lei: Cbkam Salouji -We would ad vi.se our friends, who wish to keep cool ibis hot weather, to SO lo BMCKLBY'a New Ice Cream Kooiii-, and Irr some of his delicious lee Cream on Second street, between Main and Locust streets. See his advertisement, j iftgg Gentlemen can proenre etjualh as lashioualile and fully as well made clothing at LioNs's. as can be bought at any first t lass bouse iD New York. As he receives fresh goods every week j from New York, and most of his clothing is gotten up expressly to his order at Devlin's Ezctlfior cluthino house, he is prepared to furnish his customers with first class cloth ing, at reasoi able and uniform prices. L.noshy, Agents lor ihi Messrs auk & lace, bare left with us ore of "Clark's 1'atetit Indelible Pencils for ni.iikine; clothing, pitented May i 31, 1859; warranted perfectly indelible. " The patentee claims for it these'adv.intages 11 It can be used with preat ease in writing upon all kinds of clothing; will not dry up I like ink ; will sharpen well without break iag. Kaeh pencil will mark ore 2,OOfl ar- j tides. These pencils will last an? lenvth i I i of time, in any climate." 1 .... ' Vi .;. k, vi- helore is a numlier tit newspa w-r extracts, which speak higiily of tins encil. Wc rv it and st resume it js n good thins. Ma ntr.i Stmcr Stouk Pi ut Hknt. tcaltty now occupied by J. 1 Thai Kill- aiitotntng lies Vtele. littrolf Uro. Kmpuire of Mav 21-1 w A SrHAWBBuitv Sfi-fait. The ladies o: Old Presbyterian church (Rev. Mr. Mc' so: ihe l-"c IB tit iri e 11 amolnwn HMiap it. ThnM. I ' " vi " 111) v Hall .May 24tn, at Urescent tuj ; A table ol neeiile-work and fancy art teles , Will be on exhilntion and for sale. Admission IO cents. Doors open at ball past T o'clock. Music by the CresceHt City Band. td. fc9?" Read "Warrick's'' graphic account of the aclion of t!ie " harmonious " Pi nio- eracv in Conntv ('otiv-cution at Boonvillc. I on the lOth. It is decidedly interestine;. ts-Th IC 11 li. 1. th red Pavilion Hotel at Ibis liiue. are licit bit bl far l,wJ "' o lurm, tmij, fiiii, cl.ickeus. icecream. Vc. h'oititli ot July. We underatnsMl tbnl there is a motwment Oil foot to gel Up a Rig Jolliliciltioli oil I lull ; lint aniotie the Working cbiss to which i . . I we readily respond. 1'Hi' particulars, see ibe ! Jam a il of to-monow. dy- I be 1 Church are I thino.s nnd I.M.Ii.-s of pi epariut; a 1 .11 at trncti e tl.e Presbyterinn o h least of g.wjti entertainment in their Sirawberrj Bapfier, to lie herd to nun row evening iu L'riucnnl t 'ltv li ill. Let all who waul lo spend aa evening ot real social eujoyiiieui, make their urmngements to i-. preaenl al the sapper. A National Max. Abrum Lincoln is iu favor of earrying out the cotuproroises of the Constitution in good failh. BTe bear it ; -staled thiii in his Cincinnati speech lat fall, , hi nmnilfil thai the South was entitled by ihe( on. iituiioii to no etfn ieui fngiliee Stave Law, Htid thai she ought lo have it. I'lldei bis administration, our Southern brethren will n;ei al I Iheir just tiphls vvitboiil Uetiita- tion or grudging. HThe lienitifriits everywhere are very : nne Ii disappointed ami dun ahearteil over the UOininalion of Lincoln. They imped, ' vvorkrJ, and prayed lor the nomination of ' Seward, nnd failing to gnt him l hey are d is C maolate. We are sorry, for the sake of I these poor Demot-nitic sottls, that Ibe CTiica- go Cotiveiiiion saw proper tn aoaainale sand einte men. We don I know a hat will be cotne.it then now. Sail River is too small a Slre.Llll lit bold all III. .lism, in, into. 1 ones. If some means could la- devised lo luru all the crocoilib? tears they are shedding over Sew. i' l :i .Icli ui ..I 'he a;;.., into one t han- net, th.-n we should have, ii Salt Itivei big enmnrb tir the use of the entire part V neit Novembtu". Anecdote of Abe Llni oln. We have been told n characteristic anec dote, related of old Abe Lincoln, the Peo- pie's caudidufe tor the Presidency, which shows the love of knowledge, the industry, the conscientiousness, and the integrity of the subject of this sketch. It is well known that he lived in Spencer county, above here in Indiana, inhisyoHiig day9. He was a hard working iad, 'and very eager iu his thirst for knowledge. A man named Crawford rarned a copy of ' Weems's Life of Washington " the only one in the whole iieihboi-hKCMi. Yoitn Lincoln bor rowed that interesting book (not having money to sjiart 10 buy one), and while reading it, by a slight negligence lett it in a window, when u rain -storm catno up and wet the book so as lo ruin it. Voimg Lin coln felt very badly, but like an bone St boy, he went to Mr. Crawford with the rained book, arkaowtedged his aeeona lability liir i Its tleslnicti,n. ami bia u i Inn. ni s I , iriaku ' due Ctitpanaatton tie said he hail no ' mouey. but would work out the value of the i bC"A The owner of the book said to hiin. " Well being ;s it's you, I won't be hard on .OIJ. ti yon ivni e.ime over atu pun louuer i two .lav.: I'll let. vou off." Abe went over accordingly, and yiulled ! duly declared the choice of the Conveution I Indiana side of the liver, and were just sit todder the irquisite time ; and so tall and ! representative. ' ting down to dinner when the storm burs hiimty a lad was he, thai Crawford re,nir- JW- '. a Sc-ene of confusion and ed bim lo pull Ihe fodder Off of the tallest miasioaer, which resulted in the choice of d'y';t.V indescribable. Trees were wrench stalks, while he tonic the shot lest ones him- I It. H Roberts, formerly of the State Bank ed from the ground, limhi were twisted ,.ef ! at Kvansville. The reason why the Coo- front their Hunks, and to add to the terror . . . vent ion nominated a candidate for Com- f rh narto o iarm tnw htt..r.-1 k This story is told w.tb much gusto by lr,issioner before that of Sheriff, was eri- : '.' hl .paU.' , , Mf-ed hy one of our prominent citizens who used lo I den, t was generally believed that the WUnng right in their midst. Fortunate know Abe Ltacola in his younger days in j Convention would follow the example of l but one younj,- lady was injured and she Spencer counlv, and who now since the on. u huuible bid has become the choice of a great parly for the highest otlicc in the world regards,.' h i ui with strong affection and supports him w ith enthusiasm. llni lino at t' In c I1111 14 1 I. On Holiday afternoon there w as a terrible tornado in Cincinnati and its neighborhoods The stuiui approached from the .-out It we.-.l , 1 nine iieviii!eti along the line of the t'm 1 noioii and iVsingtOri Railroad, and come near ojSBtroying a passenger train on that road. The train was caught in a thick for est white the storm raged. Trees fell " like Hails, as a write! remarks, ami the locomo- j live and tender ran over a fallen one and I was wrecked, lint, provide li iily. no person was seriously injured. lii 1 incinnaH ami 1 uv runs, the damage : to property was immense I hree lives j wore lost, and a number of persons were ;n ! jnrcu. The men kilie.l were Frederick j BrinckmcycT, IL-nry IfisMcr. and Thomas i Coie. j The Mm District school in, use was i Writ keii, aim i leachel 1 allied Mi-tS R.u -Intel J Uedkirk, and M.ny Seifort, Uichael Krown ; Williata l 'tians. losenfi Sleele. and John ; Lyon.--. pupiL-. vveti ttlyorcd some of them The root ot the nt.vv olhce of the Ciitcin : .7 ...... 1.1 11 aei oo.t bVIHMrMIII t.tto 11IUH Oil. It 1IVI1 . fell, it knocked off some bricks, which tel . . . .. . ttnou.'li a sky-ligiit into ,m tee ,. ... 1 it .nil t.i- )oou aua merely injured five persons. child ot Mr. Johnson, uroorielul ot the sa- ItX)1)i KIK ll ,, ;,,,!. jSndgct Bfltofaghnftl MJ Qizabetb Lawless, domestics, and a lady en stomer whose name was not known. The Tabernacle Church was unroofed cupola blown from the Brighton House j 6th district school-house injured ; V. S. Ma- .... , . . t ,. ! 1 nne tfosiHtal unrootiu ; siare tit ( atliohc t i Chnrcbon the corner of Linn and Laurel sis. j blown down: roof of (lever's Assembly Rooms carried away ; part of roof of St. I Paul's ( ilholic Church blow 11 off li. Ilie ol 1 Liltl Miami Railroad depot forced off; St. AUlHIHieU unixiiio uuui much rujnrra ; IVout of Mariners' Bethel blow n onl ; Spring I dove Oemelery n.idly injured in ii moun ! iiients, trees uud shrubbery ; Mechanics In stitute rvoi itlovvu awny. besides all this ties 1 1 ii. 'I it ui, the damage Li private residen ces, to steamboats, shade and I'ruil I i-ees, and other property is immense. The Vomifisrciiil remarks thai " this loi uado is the most disastrous known lo the present generation." We presume that by Ihe lime nil its effects me beard ol, tl will prove peurli ; Natchez lamiad desii u.-ii ic as the greal 1 hicb tt.-eiii red s.oiie 1 m n I v vent s iigo LiN't: Ue. Ine, lU.-i.ipb line, wlrieb v. as prostrated by the storm in numerous places between here nnd Vincehues on Monday, us we gaga an acronul ot on Tnesdyty aioo- is all nht The energetic operator I a ieie. Mr. Ivolnur on. went out v.iti two metl. I i uii Tuesday luorniuc. nud eatne in last night, baring lim-hed lha job It was a Lev y day's not k. The line is dim i, ln.ll y bet Ween VincenncS ami Cincinnati, on aa-caan.1 ( Ihe i..ini, which prev ailed over a ide e.teni ol coon try. There is no probabilitv at Ibe lime o' Wt'ilinfr, ol hiiv dispalc'les la-l'fti e Wftliu sdny uijtht; e5",bif Chicago letters did not rwttte lo hand promptly. We publish one of them to-daj who h t.n tains matter ihai is not by any mean, out ol dale. He think ils con tents may be piohlahiy pondered over, by the people o! Ii.it tJoUmereial I liupoi inin .,1 ' I ma. ' najr Orchards on Ihe line of the K Railroad sitlb-ie.l severely from Ihe m Monday. tVe noli.-. .! one lui-t i orchard where al least bull Lbe trees .v. C either Lioketi itonu or torn ui Ihe roofs. Uoonvllle Corrcipondcncc. Boo.vvillk, May 19th, 18C0. EutTona Jobbkal: The "harmonious Democracy of Warrick County assembled in Convention to-day, for the purpose of nom- iuating candidates for the various County offices, and to select delegates lo attend the j Princeton Convention. The meeting was called to order by appointing his honor, j Judge Parretl, I'resident, and C. Dalrymple i nud Calvin Frary, Secretaries. A commit- i tee was sent out to report rnlcs to govern . the Convention. On motion of S. P. Lowe, the Convention proceeded to ballot for a j their able cud eloquent addresses on that oc candidate for llepi esentative. The tirst bal- casioi. UIlll tllu iaterest ln:l,le manifest for lot. resulted in no choice, whereupon the Convention proceeded to a second ballot; and wheu Anderson township was called to cast her vote, one of her delegates arose and iulbrmed the Convention that his town ship was consulting whether they would secede from the Convention or proceed to vote: whereupon a tiariuonions Hemocrat iu another part of the house" cried out, " Neccle an.1 be li d. AlldelSOU toiwil ship had thiee candidate lafore the Con ventioa one for Representative, one for Sheriff, and one tor County Conimissiouer, uud Ihe probabilities were at this stage of the imme that neither of them would get a single vote outside of his own Township 'I'dic id iv lii- the .lelertHte. nientioiieil above .,.,.1,,,.. H..,v..e..v altar n. nh ,.n.I manKion. Dennis R. Kitchen w,. pieuecessor hi .uaiiioU auu ureaa up n p,,u. unil tho oi-eal I'.iri test luv ho. ' t ween the candidates for Sheriff, it vva3 tlceme.t auvts-ai.te to gei turougu vvi.tiiue less exciting business hrst A motion was , no w made to ex pi ess the choice ot the Con- : veniiou ior common t leas -uuge. neuoni Slinsoa ami Charles Denb)- were pro post J 11 .1 .n.noril otnriiilii' run t ll ri il 1 ..-I. the house that Denby was not a sound liemo- eu,s' stefully intermingled and combin crat, whereupon the "refractory'' delegate tJ. an,J et off against a background of ever from Anderson arose and nominated J udge. ' green, the whole secured by blue ribbon. Pit. her The excitement became intense, j lt is ,eally cheering lo receive such hand Criesof "order, order';' "he is no Demo- ' . , - . ,. . .. ... - 4 . . 1 11 1 some tokens ol respect Iroin our lair lriends. era! ; "sit down, sc., were heard all over , 1 She house. The " muss was liually pnrtinily settled by allowing the Princeton Conven tion to n iininate " suitable candidates for ('omm.111 Pleas Judge and Prosecutor.' Now came the tug of war. The candi dates for sheriff were named, and the bal lotings commenced. As the various ballot ings proceeded, the wildest contusion ''reicmed supreme!' Neither the Prcsi dent's voice nor his (jaVel could be hetR iimi.l the din and confusion. The Presidei' arose, ami on "lip toe' informed the Con vention "that unless there vvus order, it would la; impossible to proceed with busi ness, and that he Would entertain no motion nut i i order was restored ; and it order was not restored, there was a way iu which nu n could be made to observe order ' intimating thereby that be ' would bring to bear the rigors of the law and all the dignity of the judgeship. At this ' impending crisis',' Col. T. F. Bethel! became alarmed about the stability of titc Union, and in bis commanding- mill tary tones desired the people tube seated and listen to him one moment. Me believed in harmony and iu union; of course every man lias ins lavonies, 'mi 11 was wemocrai.c , . . : tor the minority 10 give way 10 cue majori- , I tjf ; that after the Convention had succeed- 1 I ed in nominating a man, all would be well, Bill would be content; and that it was in.po- j liltc hit' that august body to tlo any thing, or ' ' Rty anything, that ihe Opposition could cast ! ! in their teeth during the coming canvass. j I A I Ihe conclusion of these impressive words, order was so far restored that a ; ' ''tic 1 1 pin might nave oeen heard 10 union lilt" IKIHi Jl 11 IJH WHHii H i mi .-nam- 1 . , j When the gallant Colonel look his sen he was greeted with applause, and the tnnven- i lion itrocceded with another ballot; dutiti ilie pt ogress of which one Armer Reed ' j who bus always opeiatctl with the Opposi- t Tfce I'rrsl.yl. 1 Inn l.tixn. t Aaaeiutl'. lion until about two weeks ago, when he 1 Rociiksi'ki:, May 21. Presbyterian (.en joined the Democratic party on probation end Asscmitly, tiatv A oummhnP m as ap heenme indignant because be could mtl lend i pointed to report lo the t.cvt Assembly on bis delegation wkitbeesoever he went. So the feasibility and expediency of a Chinch be very deliberately It H the part, of the house assigned his dclegntitin, and tool, his sent iu a coi ner among some Repiibbemis iv bo w ere watching the fight. They greet- 1 ed him heartily on bis escape RM the . I clbU-hes of Ihe (lemoci acy, ami whispered j ! among Iheuiselves that they had recaptured Armer nuder the ficiiiie Stave Low tin I the eighth ballot, VV. P. Iliiilsott Was de- I dared the choice of the Convention for Sheriff, baving re:eived a majority of ihe. J votes cast; vv hereupon some one asoved j j that the nominee proceed to Ihe grocery and i buy atgallon of whishyrbnt the eoninsion I whs bo rreat that the motion was not beard ; by ihe chair ,1 C. f in i v .is by acchunatttin declared ' the choice ol the Convention for County Surveyor, be being the only man in the De- onatralie parly that can run a ' random ! line. ' Judce, Moore, w ho voted Kmc Hovey : irastead of Ihe nominee lor Connress two years ag.t, moved that the Convention pledge itsell IO snma.ri inc UIIIIIIIUI3 oi inuo'u veniion and also the nominees of the Prince Ion Convention Carried. The Convention then adjourned mm d-.t. ABUICa. ... in i Urty Llouelass tiicuds aie badly scared at Lincoln s nomination. 1 uey say lue Little (Jiaiit is ihe o:.h man who can carry Illinois against him. We have talked with perhaps a hundred I llinoisans within it week, and tiny all say that Lincoln can " .' llv in Illinois. He beat Ihe "' the neiohlioihood ol 4,000 beat Douglas tiadl Little tiiaul on tin. popular vole for members of the Legislature in 18&8, and was only prevent ed from guttling Ihe I. S. Senator ship by at. unfair apportionment, by which a major ity of Democrats wete clecCrd lo the legis I at ure by a minority of the profile. Lin- I III II I 'CI. I aeain in I Km.'las then ami can in at him liuois. s' o s.i v III e o.'si iinthonlies ig"!! will be .'-.ccn by advertisement tbal the i 'ii.it I,? Bowen iuteud.; ivin an bxcursiou to Suottsville ou Fridav nest. Som of Temperance ltcaolnttoue. At a regular uieetino of tiie Sons of Tern - perance, held on Friday, the lsth inst., it . was, by unanimous vote, ! JlesolveJ, That this Division tender to Blue Grass Division, Sons of Temperance, their thanks for their kind and cordial hos- pitality, by which wc were entertained on Wednesday, the 17th inst., the day of the j late pic-nic celebration, Resolved, That we as a Division of Situs of Temperance, tender our thanks to Bros. Uobbsand Cook, Mr. BorabraoluaOtl Others fol the suppression of Intemperance in our midst; also to the Evansrille brass Hand for the music oa that day. A copy of these Resolutions was ordered to be sent to Blue Grass Division Sons of Temperance. II. L. Bbickctt, li. S. K Assvii i.k, May 3ft, lsiio tetf The terrible ator that occasioned such devastation at Oinciiinuti, also created great havoc at Lomcville. Several persons Were killed in thelatrei city and very aiany i seiiously injured. A pic-nic paity composed of near 1,1100 persons liad aasemtnetl in the woods on the uot seriously "r Our sanctum was cheered A BoqtmYv , . . , -- . y ...o.ui.ii; by a handsome boq.nt tent us by '1SS iuchki STtaSON. It was composed ,.t neau- tiful flowers of varied tints aud delightful A Kemai kitltle fiaanfili 1 The Paris correspondent of the Jm Or. 1 anS Pieaifttnt writes: Wc are all nog; here with .1 iellow num ed Blanc, a Spaniard, as il seems, who has laer. running the " bank at Oamhtrrg very hard. He is now here wi.'h his win nings, which amount to no less than $36ffy nOo ; and at one time of his playing, his winnings were $480,000 ! Isn't this almost incredible ' Tie- 'bank '' is not as hivlly j injured as one would at tirst think : it 1 wears it has lost only rSl i.:,Ono, while otio-r ; people say the " bunk " lost 5133,000. Tin I lest falls upon the crowd of gamblers who j played against Blanc, and among them an I Englishman is alleged to have lost 60,000. I I do not know whether Blanc built his j game on a " system " or not; you know j every summer there 'ire innumerable works published by penniless devils i-tnrving in j who guarantee lo te.it n lie wny M making millions at a gambling house, just j as those decayed women communicate the way of winning a fortune for live dollars, Whose possession has not enabled them to j livedecenUva single moment after their ,. , . . , 11 - . ' . j lace lots its charms. My impression is that ,,, , , , 1 , 1 . Blanc had no theory, as when be was about ; to unit Hamburf! be distributed S4.000 i among the unlucky playci but ease noth log lo the " pro fessors. w 1. 1) abound there, as they do at every other " In II. A I Iliun- butg the gaming table is open from 11 o'clock in ihe morning until ' I o'clock at I night. For live days Garcia played all the ! gambling day, playing every time, and did not move Horn Ins seat either to fill or to drink. He constantly played the maximum I l,(ioof.; and (our oilier players, hired by bim, played as be ordered. Comment. i i v . The Hoard of Domestic Mis sions annual report was before Ilia As sc mblv. Dr. William S oil n setfa presented statcmeu the woik. Rev. Dr. Ilappor tf, the pioore-sj of The receipts have la'cn SltO.OOO Hum - her of missionaries oni , new churi bes Kev. Dr. Adger made au ejttended speech againal the policy of the Board li...t... nn.l tieailt. I One of onr eminent lawyers, of Irish de I scout, Was engaged some time since, to de I fi nd an Irishman who hud l.ei-n charged ; with theft. AsssmiMg the prerogative of j his pojitton, 10. counsel, in a private mtet view with his client, said to r.mi Notv , j iVil.icI:, as I aru to defend wu, I w ant you to tell me frankly whether you are guilty or uol. Did you sleal ihe goods?' ' Faith, then, says Pat, ' I tpoee 1 inunt toll ycz. In troth, I tlid stahs"eml' Then yen Wight lo be ashtltned of yonr elf to cOsna here nud disgrace your country by stealing ! said the bone St counsel. 'In trolb, sir, maybe I ought: but, then, if 1 didii't stale vou wouldn't have th- i honor and credit of gettflig me oil'!' Dus- j ( j ,u, ui ' , l i ... I I ..' Ml i . I I in. .-on. It'll ol th ! tMt.u nls.cnnmerce of France is ! (0 that of Rnglaaal in the proportion of five lo eight, and is in a nourishing condition I - . ' Ibiiiu the last (en years Ihe trade oi PraiH'e has neaatly doobted, notwithstanding (luri . ,ltt, .lf.ri;,d ane ,,, rams ,iroUob period she had to pi a revolution, several liuaucinl crises, .'ii s inn war ami the Italian campaign. me fail? TUf Iltvosi if UejireseiitatUed haa , . .... . a- . . - Jr, hlr-a by n vie of 1 iu tn IS t,. Hjjouin on the I8lh oi June. " eXjV'The rsan Krancisco papers are , lis - iissing tiie expeuiemy the eXIMHllelM V ot changing M name ol licit place to Chrysopolis, oi Uoldeu Cily, ihe Chrysopilae or (jiohlei! Hates la iug alreadj the apieltntion of the narrow strait which forms the eutiuuce to ils bay. Youlli anil Age. j I often think each tottering form That limps along in life's decline. Uncc bore a heart as young, as warm. As full of idle thoughts as mine ; Ami each has had its dream of joy, 11 is own nueqoal'd pure romance ; Commencing when the blushing boy First thrills at lovely woman's glance. And each could tell bis tale o! youth, Would think its scenes of love evince More passion, more unearthly truth, Thau any tale before or since. Yes, they could tell of tender lays, At midnight penned in classic shade. Of days more bright than modern days And maids more fair than modern maid? Of whispers in a witling car, Of kisses on a blushiu; cbettk, ; Bach kiss, each whisper, far U dear, Onr modern lips to give or speak ; Of passion, too. untimely crossed, Of passions alighted or beswayed 1 ' Hot kindreo spirits early lost, And buds that blos.-om but to fade. Of beauiino eyes and tresses KftJ. Klatic torui and noblo brow. And toiiiis that have all pa.-set away, And left them what we s.r them now. And is it thus -is human love So very litfbt ami frail a thing? And must youth;, brightest li-ioti mote Foiever on Time's restless vriii 2 Must all the eves that still are bright, And all the lips that talk of bliss, And all the forms so fair to sight, Hereafter only come lo this? Then what are earth s best vi-ions worth. If we ntleiioth mufd leave them thus? If all we value most on earth Kre tnog must fade away from us. Hai.k Faue TlCKBTS to Ija L ri.viouK. The i Baltimore ami Ohio, with iis connections, j with commendable promptitude, have al- ready made arrangements for half fare tick- I li.oo the in inein il .mints in the West. , - "w Southwest, to the Natit i ' Convention ut Baltimore in xt mouth. The 1 f- p tn ,u.,f -A hark from n..cinnati via ' the Marietta and Cincinnati rood, is right- een dollars. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. EVERYBODY SHOULD GO ! VL'll.l. t-'.ltt.iy 3Ii.i ili.g, aCavy -.i:. t.ir S'.s.t.svilli.', on Green Bivee, retamfng i!i .-.m. i n wins. Tn kein lor the rottnd trip aOeaata. To liatl at James Spaluiug; s. ticaritlin .i M tviirta'a t.'ttafcctionery, facoh Binzirli A- sen's. Din "juston-a, Jt,hu U.-alyV ika.k 8tre. aiayas-td -- -.... w mt&T HMt'Kt-i:tt t-' it tin it jstti.u the Kia, . k.v. rreaeh Snww Wltite Kmc, udSOO keea Saiatrioi' While Lead, which I will I aell rliaap lor calt WM. BIBBBOWElC. 1 it i.in hs .twv fUCttJVti UJ,Vil 9 Anchor far Kale. Wr bn naatkand Blacha, and l Am Kttr fi.'ile very cheap. JAtSO "T it.t t.j; .v.' i ' i I "II ll.tll'l 1 si-ts it- weitrhiae fBt 11. SlNZII'll t Si i N O.I It I .!, JUST anr O It UK T T I ST O 11 1' a i: Brick liwelliue II. o e, i-outainiuK 1 rtatuaa mnl kHehea, wood n'.".! and atahla. Eaaiaire at the JOITKHA LOJPKICB. itla.vl Jl iYIOWING AND THRFSHING :ml achi rsr jii f- m "i IM MrK IC 7t.,Ji tJ'St'tl.t K, 3.' Ind . xents h 'li. i.cl.t.iii- Haeh , vtlii.li are tlie.jt...t a.-" t' 'l nateati noa iu uo Reapers and Mowers. W. UMnl'a Ia.trved ilo.ttr Hull's Chaiapioa IC.-aj.ei .ooi Mower, Stli Baker, Imm llarveatei . ll.i Baeh Bowel , Uealetl and ti- l. Hall Threshins, Machines. Ballatott'a baavuved fhreatMsr, I'ui'a I'ati-ut Vnaaaber, Mount's " in t. '- l y HH -.' I'l.' tl. 91,004) 1V ItTi'ttM- IV ders. Utr Which I v ill i. iv I li- Ii ii; lio-it B tr- fet.t pi ice itl cabl. . Owtea on Main utr. to II A. M. in r. v i LBW'tS t .lo n aoar. Stum li.l .llliY'."- It. ' .1 111.: ( ..,1S. areae I-JHII.--JI.1. I' K HHtl.V l.S'- 11.1 til L t.tr. I t.. in ha i:.....ls pan I'" Hi.- .tie-fit. i' of IH NfAN K R, u ill i j c'.-.s" tall aad aeitle lion acc" utiti ilut iiit tltu i : i.rer,.-lil in. .i.in, it- i ana t" .'iii I ni.ili Ii s.jtl.kii i.:- tli.' DOAIsts CM ' j til.' ol f given oM tt iinc, uud tuithei i it-1 it I . 1 1. ran mi i-.- i - .-- if .t.-yit sv f ti ttitin 11.1 IS- ' "W..W. HMJ I'oa.ltrl', I.-r .'tel V l,-s. I IP11..I1 ot ill.-. Ill, t Bhcait, raatry, and fur all olae. puruuaea loahieh feast, Ban-inn; fowdera, te , are aaaallv applied. . Th" ' '"' - "arrautel ..... It'S. I loll. .11 .1 Brarl, i to clHtt&in a partid i . ALUM OR SALARATUS, MM dln-l ilcUlf 1 'iXW drUKji it ih a lMiii:ihJ , i pur. and sanitMt y ompuaatioM, ami i ttltuni i raifltofl; fores it ini.iltiiu. TIm Aiiihm iaiup in mm lb i.n kmr t - it II cuiilaihitiu hiMllv -1 1 t hi :l Hair 1 hall l' ; uxm M thm Muim. ! .l-.iU u..i ivtati l I ttiav.M -2w j T g t H , s. uhi.s. I ff . ..-ed and I.M- aale hi inst n mav '.'I II A' 1I i .1 1 hi : k. mttv hu t. i . other l-.t ..i Bn So -v il uiay-1 It .-'. ' . I'l. tli A UU&SI Mi is, N. IS Mala strict. " " a M leave the fool of Main utreet al T ti'i ! NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. ZEE J- Urt I"W"j9l 3BL J23 AT WHOLESALE. SPRING SALES OF 1800, m. i. WEES 13 FIKST STRKKT, 1MB HIS I -I t'-t I t tl VH liX TJl n- I rnli 111. nt fillisl with NKW j0tli.s raoaived Within tln IwttaW weeks by Sea, from KNUUtSU and UKUMAKt, and 1f railroad fraai Aov Kn-' laad MANUVAUTUKEtm. Xbeyhave haea phi ehaaed, m.mv il tlu-iu, lor I'AStl, and to "l K I! -Ofl A NTS, OiMMKIa aad ZltAIIVBSt who wi.sb la j.y Cash, ar.prtttft lime bjmi he t.iu nivt. Ina -aaroi.ee that tliey can partMae their Hprim; tpek .il biui ut tie- BOTTOM OK ANY BASTKBh HAS- K.K T (siauils mMlar freieht.) Jinny g In are much KKOTtKUlP I'lUt'K, and yKBOltAM'I'S will IKI TIIKH8RI.VK8 GOOD ta call on htm be r.treiliev bojr.aad learn vilmt I lie BOTTOM Of TUB MARKKT l.S. In Ins aatiile fipply may bs ronnJ the following STAN DA ll GOODS 3000 Pahs WALKER'S and other, TRACE CHAINS. 5 casks LOG AND PLOW j CHAINS, i 50 doz Root HAMES. 50 dos: Horse and Mule COL LARS, (GOOD.) 100 doz AMERICAN HOE i CO.'S Planters' Hoes. 50 doz Garden RAKES, steel I and iron. 25 doz MANURE forks, ass'd. 50 doz 0. AMES', and others, Shovels and Spades. 50 doz TUTTLE'S Hook Tooth Cross-Cut Saws. 100 doz WELLS', (Hunt's) Lippincott's and Collins Axes. 50 doz HUNT'S Hatchets. 25 doz HUNT'S Broad and Hand Axes. 25 doz WITHERBY'S Draw ins Knives. 25 dSz SPEAR & JACKSON'S Hand Saws. 50 doz COOK'S Patent, and other. AUGER BITTS. ! 200 doz AUGERS, Blue Nut Gra'd Twist and Common. 2000 doz TABLE KNIVES, i English, and J. Russell & Co.'s AMERICAN. 500 doz WOSTENHOLM'S, Bunting's and Barnes' i POCKET K?TIVES. 50 doz WADE & BUTCHER'S Razors. 1,000,000 G. D., S. B., and ! Water Proof Caps. so, i 100 doz WALDR0N Grass and Grain Scythes. 50 doz BLOOD'S Silver Steel SCYTHES. 100 doz Superior SCYTHE SNATHES. 100 doz FORKS, 2 & 3 prong, Superior. I 50 doz Grain CRADLES, Low and Wire Brace. ! 50 Wood HAY Rakes. 100 Grind Stones, 18 to 30 in. 200 doz Scythe STONES. ; 500 doz BUTCHER'S filet:. 20 cases OHIO TOOL CO. rf -n. l a ; i trianes, reuueeu uncus. AtiElVT POIL-AM) 2000 feet RUBBER BELT ING, BEST IN AMERICA, on hand, 1 1-2 to 24 inch. TIMjlMTllUK WITH SHELP HARDWARE AND TOOLS of every description. Hi. utiu.ml pcompri ,o.tr 1 .. rii.-,i;i.K; n. v. BLL, W bit'e ale DeahS . ii i if f h it i a it i: ' i t: st. .i - lr.'i I.. I ..I ilie I..- I " tcmiiereil s. .1 it. II nies iitoi I. ni.ls. al cm. Il ap. i id. in . o i. received at si II API. t.U.v III m;. I i M.iio si,. CHARLES ADELMAN, BOOTtiSHOE MANUFACTURER, i 'OK M AIM AM. TH I Hl B I -i., EVANSVILLE, IND. All work warranted ! ha done in ;: 1 t ! aad rarr cbemp. Gallaad ezaatiae. iaaygt-6ai u m,mn a f 't: Jl S V let: i t: t f'jB n .i mtiile an. I heamiMl WW v.... Lace Mantles, Lrico Shawls, Lace Points, Lace Veils, White Crape Shawls, Stelia Shawls, Figured and Plain Berages, English and Crape Berages, Silk Challis, Travelling Dress Goods, Plain and Fancy Silks, Silk Umhrellas, Recherche Parasols, ALSO, A Large Slock of Hals ud Cays Tunlbec willi a roaanlet and varied aast rtraetit of Kall.'.V in. I Stupl. Drj ;..... Is. ..II it Mlii -line will aell at antSM nilv a aaaanWa pi i. as. BOBCAN .v UOOKB, UndW N". Man. s,r-. t MmMI-nK JTw U Til K HJV I' 4 T. Itl I. M I ,c I. l.i., alwl Baa rariauH kintla. ,. . ..,..i potatoes, fol eatin'e. ja-t reeeivad and for HUAS, BoJoH NKTVtt, Pi. , v Shark, Main ntreet. sale nj mav I'1 I.HS. IC It. .st.... .tol.etl llalptat. f.-raalebj maviT UKiB A am: i i v aei. ii- mum. Kl. i i iikiiiis. ft W B) :1a anther ol I In I Malsrl Vanluui. The .si uii IH-tat bed House. Kv Lady I.. wi.-. The ('..i lespon.leii. e of Alexaiol .1 on' llnnil.oitii . limit i Lady's H toh far Jan, -Thrtaa ol Hav.it. I'.t anlbol nl I'illal ol Viri navrS rtOBBLl. inM Mllef rnVKtrtt! I WHTtCMH ! I vi) mis. t.,.-.i;. i in i ti .'. I. r.it. an., .sou a OyateVtt, joat ie mav 1 '. i I. Bint.