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THE EVANSVILLE DAILY JOURNAL
VOLUME XII. EVANSYILLE, IND., SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 2, 18G0. NUMBER 230. TERMS OF THE JOUKNAL. Daily Paper (5 f fl " " (Mailed) 6 iki By the week (payable to Carrier) lti Tri-Weekly Paper t iki Weekly Paper Clube of 16 or more I - SfSx.Tbe privilege of year'v advertisers is limit..! to their own immediate business, in their own nan.-; and all advertisements for the benefit of otln r persona, aa well as legal advertisement and udver traemontaof auction sales, and advertisement v. iili tl.o name of other persons, scut in by them, must be paid lor at the usual rates. UA reort, resolution ; hw anililiii of Hiiy aorporutiun, txs iety . association or puMi. me at baa; and no rwiaaanli alias ijmli in il to rail attention to any matter of limited i't i n.li vidua i interest can le in- Ned, unless Bald fi.r us an aaVaiu Hiiumnnl. as Contracts for yearly advertising will not lie diac. ojljaaed jBafaaa an oawr to that enact ia toft at the ofllce, and ajlaiu discontinue., in leaa than a year, the j.rice of IBM whole jw will be rhnrgud. ra..LegHl advertisements "hereafter, will be pub lished at the aapeasa of the attorney nnaVriug, and notdelayalileforleg.il proceeding, hot oiler table. at our usual tuue. ar .Our terms for Job W,.rk and II aateiaiil advee tisemout are CASH. 1 D. 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I r Mirrors. evt, KvaneHte. Indiana. .Tniiio Steele, c. msStfS fo KTBSaE lit n'Nki .i 2d ST., BET. CHESTNUT & CHERRY, EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. I SASH, JJOORS, WINDOW BLIDS, ! nmxssnu f r.nuxu, , Boards l.atUH.jc., ..I eciy description .-..i-t..nt- I : on l.nnrt ii.cr.ins noxeofali kinds made to I ...nor .- hp nig of evitv kind .L.no n ilie oLort. notiee. aartd-1y Good luck Needed for Young Beginners. THE FIRM OF MILLER & NiEHAUS STILL AHEAD. rwMMH jh-ttt.n airnr matcRMt- aT ea a bran-new si.. .-k ot Dry .Htier, .la.iallHg of a great iimuy articles iu their line, too iniiaerons to name, hicb are now . pen lor inspection, and ill certainlr be s.dd cheap t..r cash at their Hi..ie, 4:i Main street. MII.I.KR.t KIKtlAUS. H. K. RRAI', Late ..f .L..J1HW.F. Si Co. AARON H SSJOW. READ & BURROW, Boots c&? Shoos, HATS AND CAPS, No. lSMalual., EVANSVILLE, I HO. aprl H. It. WHKKI.KB ASA lOUCMaB WHEELER & 1GLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, CENKKAI. OOfiltBCTlOn AND REAL ESTATE AGENTS. tiffl. e ..ii Third , 0p. lae C.iurt House. Apr IS W 1LLIA.H II. AXE, PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER, Cor. Elrat ami Sycamore Sla. ParticnUr attention najd t.. ti- repairing of Mu alcsl, Uej ,t.-... and KINK WATCH 9. Vititiiijj ,iud HVJd.iy Cur.., mar'.t f UV.Vr.-.i -ut Jacob Sinzich & Son. WHOLESALE BAKERS, Dealer. in BOAT STORES, j W'ubi St., btl. !. ssii .i fiiur(. i rmiO .BKKCWJ.VTS, flU'SH i.i.V I M AMI DRl tiUlSTS. We are regularly receiving adaVHuaS to oar stuck of Dai os, NsniCIMCa. Chi:ic.vi..i, Paims. Oils, Vuonmrji, I'mii noo. and Kam v Autici.i s, which are are prepared b oiler tr. Uie trade in c.s good terms as can tie pi -hasej iu t'iticiun .;it Lsa. ISlllie, Ol- t. L.OI11S. H h have in store IT. tons ..t Kavaa Pitas Wiiitf. Liao, iu kleja of r lt.s, 5o It.s, and lOO Bis, which Me a e s..ing to the trade nl niHittilVtcturers' pril ea. KKLLKR .v VHITK, No. Main street. tfiHJKI.: MeJUMJ'STOJ', WHVLE- V xlu and Retail GIMCKR AND PROVISION HKKCHANT, dealer in Cordage, Nails, Glass, Ce ment, Powder, llaster i'aris, Ac. No. l'8 Main street, near the Canal, Kvansvitle, Ind. feba afaSIr, It.i 1, f, K L I, K CO., w-vr run f street, KvaiMVtlle. Indiana, Wholesale le..i- eis in UncpSISS ami all km. is ol rToilnce. Nails, Ulaaa, White Lime, Cement, Cotton Yarn, White Lead, Linseed Oil, Ac, Ac Ala... constantly on hand a full stock of Sash, Pal.. I Doors, Ac, of all aires. sdSB E. Q. SMITH, C H A I K HAM0FACTDRER, I Market street, KTansviile. In. I., will keep on ban.l ami make to order every variety ot Caneau.l Wood Scat CHAIRS. The Trade rapplM ac 10W.si( raies. no.eis, cream tK. ts suit llallsfur. uiihed promptly to order. All work wnrrautrd. jaal-ly j iiivv J.7i --.v unouM MLj A large Lot of Lawns, OraaaMUaa, Baragea, Ginghams, Prints, aud a h.s.t of Fsucv tioada, ie. ceived at SC'UAI'KER A Bl SSlNti'S, aaayo No. 4'J Main street HIT r. SILI.kH. MILLER i. ncaav aicaaua. Sl NIEHAUS, 11 K A LCC5 IN BOO iS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS. Ac V. 43 MJIMJ' STMMtMT, EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. apr27 AMKS a. SUANKI.1N. .OKAMrKK W. I1AHI.IN. SI1ANKL1N cv HAttDIN, .ATTORNEYS AT LAV-, K V.lAsVll.LK, I b. ' JjLJT. l.JU, Itm'.li. JittTJtTK, ..V a ST Notarinl business entrusted toth.ni will re ceive prompt and careful attention. Espt-.-ist at tention will begir.oi to the Cutlertksa ot Utainta is bo following towns, u. Ltsnasillei Henderson, Mt. Vernon, VaaaaviHa, ateahajrgn, hkaefcaort. taa ..- U '- I : 1 1 -i ' , Viureai.ee, W asalMaaua, lover. aiid t'utisboi jh, and iu tao MMaatiea ia win. I i .id i loans are loci.tc.i 0VlCBlTLirt atreet, adjoining the Court I Hoae. aei uo-iyti i mt ri'CLiaHKO BT J A At KS II MeNKKLY . K M. fit AY Lit, to'lftafaalRwaw. J.n'o. II. MeNKKLY, n'twl jfataaai if f) jim fannf nun ram mum or tmi. EVANSVILLE JOURNAL COfflPANY. Journal Uuilditigs, Locust S., Advna M-trml mmd Water. Krmiaillle A. Craufordavllle ICi.ll- road.. UK PART IRES. asawnaodaHoa Train b.m A. M. Hail Train 0.1a ARR1 VAL8. Mail Train 4.5 P. M. Accommodation 3.30 Bauaaaaaa M erica. Kut. K. l. uusu wili priuth in ihe First liaptint Clmrch to morrow aK a Ian nn.l evening. Local and Miscellaneous. BVS1SKS LOCALS. The House and Hign Painters of this city are requested to meet at the City j Council Chamber, on Tuesday evening, June ! 5th, at halt past 7 o'clock, to make Mecca- , sary arrangements for celeliraiitig the coin ing 4th of July. June lid-Mid. CsJ"" For fino onder-garments, nice linen alpacca coats, recktrciu faruishnig goods, and, in hart, nwhionabtc mmd elegant cloth ing of any description, go to Lyons's, who has a large stock of vensonable and desira hie goods for gentlemen's wear. UxT iaine sale of Dry Goods, C lass wate. Furniture, Clocks, Ac, at the Auction Rooms this morning at 'J o'clock, which re main unclaimed from the Anglo $axi, con sisting in part of Prints, Lawns, Berages, Domestics, Ginghams, Umbrellas, Hoop Skirls, lliitnlkerchieff, Gents' and Ladies' Hats. A lot of line Table Glass Ware, and a hit uf line new Bedsteads. The atten tion of the Ladies is called to the sule, both moi uing and evening. Dam'ixo. Mr. D. E. Shaw and his ilau li ters, formerly of Chicago and more recently of Kentucky, are in tho city, prepared to give lessons in dancing. They claim to un derstand tho art in all its varieties, mid in fancy dancing and drawing-room etiiiuetio re well versed, Their references are good, embracing Mayors Gnrnee and Went worth, Judge Drurunlo"d. Dr- "rainardand others, iiesto; Morris and Robinson, u, ana otners, or Kentucky; ana Messrs. Warren and Pushee, of Evansville. Mr. Shaw is now forming a class. Thanks to Mr. Ford, of the B. for ireeh New Orleans papers. ihtins At the Sherwood House may l.e seen a bow and bundle of arrows tho genuine Indian article brouoht from tho Cherokee country, Arkansas. Savaaa StOUI AT Washington. A very j severe storm visited the City of W ashing -' ton tin Saturday. Senator Douglas's house was uuroofed, and his caipets, furniture, fee, completely ruined. Judge I), was , very ill at the time with throat disease. CisV" H is pretty definitely settled that the j rule on slavery of the Methodist Kpiscopal Church, will rrc.t be changed by the General Conference at its present session. A test vote has been taken, which resulted in 138 against a change, and 74 for. A two-thirds' vote 148 is required. SSy Tornadoes seem to bean every day occurrence in various parts of the country. We yesterday gaffe an account of one at Indianapolis un.l one at Oattaiaugns, X. V. Wc now have to tell of a verv severe one l Port Wayne, which occurred on th 30th ult. Great destruction of property resulted, and several jiersons narrowly escaped with their lives The Tiikatku. Last night the Company I now occupying Mozart Hall played t.j a j good house ; the night before, also, there ! was a very large audience, and a ttishion j able one. The performers are well-versed ' in their business, and the manner in which 1 the pieces are put upon the boards and rep resented by the company reflects credit on the lasunjitiuial. The piece last night "Second Love'' i and " An Object of Interest" pleased the i audience highly. Miss Heuliam's songs 1 showed rare musical latest. The dancing ; took well. To-night there is a hugs bill. The laugh ftbts Yankee farce of "Our Qal," the comic drama of "the Xoodles," and "the tsollege Boy," constitute tho bill proper, but iu ad dition, there will be several sous by Miss I'enham "We were boys and girts to gether," "My Johnny was a Shoemaker,'' Love Launched a Fairy Boat.' In addition to these attractions, '-Little ' Hell" of this city will, at the request of ' many citizens, perforin two fancy dances. There will also be a burlesque Heenan and j Savers prise fight between Miss DeuUam and Mr. House Miss I), personating the! Reeecia Boy, and Mr. It. the Kuglish i Champion. ; Thisisth.. -'--. i-.1,jnv- I ... . . I Bated at Baltimore. Ilia friends are being All who expect to see them el.ould embrace lori.eJ l(, lis ,.,.,,!. I the opMHtuniiy now to do so. . : : Pkookks-;. The Democratic papers are at : No ViiiKAima jn busiioNes Umbo. A . york with wonderful assiduity t. prove : Se.n Francisco letter-writer says: "'The that Lincoln is a very dangerous man. item is going the lounds, which 1 btbeve Some of them have already succeeded in I is true to the letter, that Fremont will discovering that be holds more perilous doc not allow any man in Lis mines or mills to ! trinex than Seward, w ho was esteemed the (any yyeapous: and hence the marvelous i incarnation of all that Democracy c.-teems peace and ...t-.t that, alter such terrible !.urCU'9. of explosiou, has settled down upon Hear alley. tint the ;erntuii Tliinlt uf Law. Wo call the attention of . or readers to the subjoined article, translated from the Daily VolkiboU of yesterday, which will eive them an idea of the manner in which Judge Law's noniinntion is received by the Germans of Uiis city. The Volksbote is the only German paper in this part of Indiana, and has always been devoted to the interests - of the Democracy ; and it would hardly take the stand it has without being support ed by the German sentiment. The most ardent Meads of Judge llovey two years ago, were the Germans of Vanderburgh county, and well do they remember the treachery ot John Law toward their can didate, lie reaps the fruits of his double dealing now, and will have the seal placed upon this act next L'ctober. from tie Valhbale. "Tub Democrat!!' Convention at I'iunce ton. The last Democratic Convention held t I'rincioy has clearly shown the inlluence of the two Pachas of Indiana. The whole Convention proved to be made up by the higher instructions of Messrs. Hright and Filch, and to the principal actors their parts of puppet-men were specifically marked out. This is clearly shown in the election of Charles Denby as President of the Conven tion. From the beginning there was u hos tile feel i ok aiiamst Don -:a-. Of the three candidates, Law, Miller and Xihlack, whose devout attachment to the Administration no sensible man has doubt ed, Law was cboasn because he, as the most obedient of the obedient, gave the best guar anty for submission to the orders of the Pachas. And in fact Mr. Law, who, owing to his inconsistency, is suitable for anything, except a represe n tati v c of the people, is cm- luentlv fit to be an obedient servant ol Messrs. Bright and Fitch u. a weaver punt- Mr. Law it would whole Plate. II is A weaker poiit- ical weather-cock than he hard to ti ml in the want of jKilttical character has become a proverb of late years. When he received the first news of thr passage of the English lii.i, he threw down the paper in the great est indignation, and exclaimed that there was no spark of honesty left in Congress. He accordingly visited Douglas and satisfied himself of Douglas's friendship, and prom ised to work for his principles. Owing to the encouragement given by him, llovey, an atiti-Lecotnptonite, came out as no opponent to Mr. N ibises: ; but when Joe Lane, the roodle-d.L' of the Administration, whs sent l.r In . I. .ten. I th,- I e nntnn Mrin.ll. I niv i suffered hint sell to be influenced by certain promises to turn the cold shoulder on Ho I vey, and to stump for the Candidate of the Lecompton swindle, and to vote for him. I The circuit which this splendid pair made at that tmie, bas imieiihiy impressed upon them the stamp of disgrace an. I inconsisten cy in the eyes of ill thinking and consistent men. A man like Law, who suffered himself to be. employed toeoact such apolitical crime ms the Lecompton swindle, and who turned tLe cold i-houlder on his friend llovey, w hen more favorable promises were ma le to him from another quarter such a man was the chosen one of the Bright and Fitch c'.iiiie. Such a man wi I indeed prove himself an obedient instrument in the bands of those by waaae instruction he was nominated, hut not a representative of the rights and wel fare of th. people. U'e hope, however, that the people have not forgo! ten how this man has acted, and we trust that no honest man will give his vote lor a boot-black of the Administration ami a political weather-cock. I.itscolti Rati. We have had sent to Its by Mr. WlLLIAM Jo.nrs, of Gehlryville, Spencer county, a piece of a white oak rail, taken from a lot split by i Jld Auk Lincoln, ou Ihe faun of Josiaii CaAWIttttD, of Spencer county, in I the year 18'Ja. This specimen of our can j didnte's handiwork is naquestionably yenu i ine, as Mr. JoHfcS is not a man io play a trick upon the credulity of the public. The j rail shall ornament our sanctum, alongside the likeness of Hknkv Clay and Hknky S. Lank, during the canvass, and may be seen I by any one who has the curiosity to call at ! the Journal offi e. This piece was one of several others sent down by Mr. J..nes to this city one of them tor Mr. Lincoln. The latler was duly forwarded to its destination by the gentle man to whom the rails were consigned, per the Adams Expiesr. With this present to Mr. Lincoln, Mr. Jones sect his compli ments, and sincere wishes for Ihe success of the People s candidate for the Presidency. Mr. Fish, on behalf of the Adams Kx press, with the accustomed liberality of that Company, agreed to carry the rails without eliaroc. Jey We have received from the publish ers (Dinsmoue Co., No. 0 Spruce street, New York), ;. copy of " liinsu'.ote's Kail road and Steam Xaviga'ion Guide." for May. The "Guide contains the time tables, names of stations, distances, rates of la re, and other useful particulars in relation to traveling facilities. It forms a hand-book for travelers which is very useful. The publishers issue it monthly, and keer up with all the changes of time and OJ fully eninff of new routes. Price 15 cents. Tiik Washington correspondent ot the Cincinnati Oazetle has the following in re jjard to Douglas an individual of whom Bur readers may have heard before : The Douglas men are greatly alarmed by the news from Georgia, which indicates that the attempt to send Douglas delegates to Baltimore from that Slate will not he suc cessful. The proposition there is to compro mise on Seymour of New York, or Win alow of North Carolina. It is daily hecom- ing evident that Douglas wi not lie nouit- evil. We have no doubt that he w ill prove a very dangerous man for the Democracy in November. Providence Journal. NEWS BY TELEGRAPH 1"uu'u bv the k. a w. UN. Exclr sivelv for the Journal I0T 0UmaA' coxuKKSSloai AI. Washington, May L . Senate. M r. Hale offered a resolution instructing H12 Navv Commissioner to make inquiry corcernino- the government purchase of the naval de . ... . . .... pot at lirowusviiie, ua. Auopted. Un motion of Mr. Benjamin, a bill to amend the ac for t!:e settlement of private land claims of California was taken up and passed. liie resolution reported vestenlay by .Mr. Slidell, reiatire to the reformation of abuses in the public printing, came up as the spe cial order. Mr. Toombs moved to postpone the order, to take up the Ilounias land grant bill. Lost. Mr. Hunter moved to postpone former orders, and take up the P. O. deficiency bill. The bill wa defeated. llorsK. Mr. Winslow's request was re fused. Messrs. Winslow and Robinson of Illinois voted in the affirmative, and Messrs ""r against oarreti, win oe cauca up iu ; Douglas is very seriously ami perhaps per Covoda and Train iu the negative, as was I 1 "ous" 0,1 Tuesday next. manentlj- impaired. He at times displays also .Mr. Winslow's request that this matter I P: Jenks, the signer of land warrants, is : almost preternatural energy and activity, be submitted to the House at a subsequent period. Mr. Winslow wished to subpoena Mr. ale Miller and several others of Philadelphia. By them he desired to prove bribery on the j P:lrt of the officers in the election in that City: in the lall of 1800, but Mr. Covode said he had no objection to subpoena a portion of them, not being willing to sub ject the government to the expense ofsum- uioning them. Mr. Winslow's request wits denied by ,, ' , . , .nr. t iiisiow men moveu 10 suopoena witnesses from Greensboro and Pittsburg, i . ... -B ... ... j ' tij" 'u Westmoreland county, to which 1 i Covode objected that those gentlemen Wt ! u'taerstanaing that iney cotiia prove corrup- Mr. ere in connection with the Government. This re quest was also refused. The record further stales that when Fred. Inge was called to the stand, Mr. Winslow asked whether there wa-; any minute that he had Leon summoned and the clerk of the committee. replied that there was no minute of !t Mr. Winslow then asked that a copy of soiaucuoi i tie journal as related to tue summoning of witnesses be furnished to him, which was agreed to. Above isasum tuary of the record. Mr. Winslow submitted a resolution di- ' tectiue- the; Sjieaker tii i sue his suboosna for certain witnesses. A debate ensued. during which Mr. Train, of Mass., said in reply to Air. Houston, ot Ala., that he diotild consider himself guilty of gross im propriety as a sac Bflbct and gentleman if he insisted on addressing the Chair, and inter polating remarks when Jjba was not en titled to the floor. Mr. Houston asked whether that remark applied to him. (Cries of order.) Mr. Train replied that be mennt exact ly what he said. Mr. Houston responded, saying if that re maik was applied to him, Mr. Train was a disgraceful liar and scoundrel. Mr. Train replied that he could not be irritated by anything which Mr. Houston could say. Mr. Sherman moved a resolution that Mr. Hon ion be censored for disorderly words used in debate. Oilier memiiers rest, aud otl'ered resolu tions to have both members censured. Several members matter dropped. preferred to have the An ineffectual motion was made io table ihe resolutions. Mr. Davis, of Ma-s , who also pat ticipated ' in the debate, Was very earnest, and alluded to Mr. Houston as a member and not a geu ! tlcmen. Points of order were here raised, amidst j the greatest excitement. The Speaker decided that Dawes had the j floor. Comparative quiet was restored and I Dawc proceeded to justify Train s lan I o,uag- Was it not a coat, he asked, that ! lilted the gentleman from Alabama. He j wanted to see ihe record (if those who would censure his colleague for saying he would consider himself tingentlemanly only I if ha violated the rules of order. Points of : order weie ajjain iutioiluced, with a repeti i tion of the previous excitement. tiatton moved to table the suhject. Dis i agreed to--lo against 100. Ineffectual ef j forts were made from the Democratic side to i adjourn. Wilson annealed to Sherman to withdraw the resolution in order that Houston might address the House. i Sherman conseuted, and Houston apolo- Congressional District Republican Conven gized in the House for violating the rules. . tion met here to-day, and nominated Albert Hocas. Mr. Bev nobis, from the commit- ' G. Porter for re-election by acclamation. tee on the judiciary, reported a bill provid ing that any I . S. .Marshal or deputy Marshal or other ministerial officer who shall permit the escape ot criminals in their cus tody, whether charged with offenses under the laws of the United States or those of foreign governments with whom we have treaties of extradition, shall be guilty of i a misdemeanor and shall be fined and itn- j pnsonoU according to the decision ot tne court, having respect to the nature of the crime with which the prisoner is charged The bill passed. Mr. Winslow, rising to a privileged ques tion, called for the reading of extracts from the Covode committee, of which he is a ; i i .:. :. I .1. i uieiiiuei. u h unu nuuenia nc ucsucv io , J. . .- r sul.infiia certain artisans ol lm.erne county, i 1 , , . ... . : . e I .1 l I . - W . 1111 posed that he had iu his possession the names of one hundred persons as witnesses, j but as in evidence they had no direct con- j nection with the government, he declined to summon them. It appears further from the record, that Mr. Winslow applied for those i witnesses iu April, but they had never been summoned. He had been informed on au- j thoritv said to lie reliable, that large sums of money had been used to secure the elec tion of Mr. Scranton to this House. Mr. Covode to this replied: lie would vote lo snpboena witnesses if the gentleman could trace back the use of the money to the government, and as Mr. Scranton was here, he would summon bint, Sknatk. The bill was amended by voting out so much as provides for tho re striction of discontinued routes 28 against 24; also by the adoption of the amendment j etaari.. th. .....it cerviep ,,, the rta from Charleston via Key West to Havana. giving it to the lowest' bidder. The bill : passed. The Senate then went into cxecu- 1 live session djouroed. New Youk, June 1. Albert W. Hicks was to-day sentenced to be huog on Bedloe's I i3land on the 13th of June. I V, MJ 31st. Pending the' Cincinnati Market. ; question to re-consider the rote by which Cincinnati, June 1st, p. m. Flour verv tlje Mexican treaty was rejected, dull and prices of lover grades nominal : oenawr3 will Uave an opportunity to con- . sider the eflect of thai r action to-day. It is j ."-- ejn.ww u. me n icurugtitt trcat.v.by the votes of nearly all the repre- sentatlves, had not a little inlluence on the , reJection Of the Mexican treaty, and an in- , ffectual Wl13 made to remove the in- llinetiroi f cii'rnjv qnH i n U .......1 J " uu nuuw - slale of lhc question cannot be particularly stajjfa- ! TLhe War Department to-day telegraphed ; to the commander at Camp Floyd, directing 1., ,. i"-c""" w t"- son. Valleyi which will effectually guard emigianis ana tue mails, and secure the safety of the Pony Express iu future. It is proposed that the bill which passed the Housa to-day, providing for the estab- hshnient of a Government printing office, shall go into effect on the 4th of March, 1801. The resolution reducing the rates under tue present system, will again be introduced. The contested Missouri election case of I 1 ! . a-, ... . . ii inuitnj iu. but his power is rapidly waning. On the On receiving the news of attack by In- occasion of his last speech in the Senate, he dians on the Pony Express, large numbers was obliged to suspend his remarks iu con of Senators and Representatives addressed ! sequence of exhaustion. His once mag a note to the Secretary of War, asking in- j niticent voice is gone, ruined by bis cam tervention of the army. Mr. Floyd imme- ; paigns upon the " slump.'' His" habits are diately dispatched by telegraph to Colonel j not such as to allow recovery. His personal Smith, commanding at Camp Floyd, to send I COnspicuity is so great that he is incessantly immediately sufficient force to protect and , harrHssed hv nartizans of his nersnasion. I , Z , rl , iV 7 Tr, f - a-aajr This dispatch will leave St. Joseph on Sat- urday evening:, and in eight days the troops I will be on their route n ol on meir route. r T 1 il ; ... r . w- mr. itussett, i resiucnt ot tne express Company, has no fears that the express mail is lost. Two trips ago, a rider was killed, and yet the mail was saved. The Senate has confirmed the nomina tion of Mr. Beebe as Secretary of Kansas. Mr. B. is a Northern man, appointed on rec ommendation of Senator Green. By order of the Secretray of War, the ordinance depot at Leavenworth is made an arsenal, and will hereafter be known and designated as Leavenworth arsenal, and Maj. Haguer is assigned to command of the same. Cant. Fergus is assigued the command of Fraukfort Arsenal. Military store keeper Jas. It. Hanman and Frank C. Humphrey are appointed Jeputies, the former at Appa- lachicola Arsenal and the latter at the Charleston Arsenal. The President sent to-day to the Senate the name of Wm. N. Churchill, of Tenn., as Minister to Guutamala and Hondu ras, also that of Mr. Prcscott as Assistant Secretary of State. Nkw York, .May 1, p. m. The Herald has special later advices from Italy. Palermo 16th and Rome' 18th. The Palermo dispatch reported an engagement near that city, between Garibaldi and the Royalists, and tho latter were repulsed. The other dispatch says that Garibaldi was completely beaten, having a large number killed and wounded. Washington, June 1st, it. The program me of the movements of the Japanese is as follows: They leave Washington for Balti more on the 5th of June, and the latter city ou the Oth, arriving at Philadelphia on tho 7th ; leaving Philadelphia on the 11th, ar rive at Niagara on the 12th and at Albany mi the 14th. They will arrive at Boston on the 15th, and leave on the 19th. They will remain in New York from the 20th to the 30th, and at Buffalo they will mako the trip on Lake Erie, as there is no probability that tbteamship Xiayara will be ready '... for' e 7th of July. They will ar rive New York, with time to spare, shouTa there be no change iu the above pro gramme. Some of the Japanese are learning the daguerreotype busineasat Brady 's gallery and are apt scholars. Louisville, June 1. Kiver falling rap idly, with 0 feet 3 inches in the canal Weather (dear. Mercury C4C. KtY West, May 28. The Captain of the slaver Wiljjire was to-day released from imprisonment ou his owu recogniz ance The French bark captured as a slaver by the United States steamer Crusader ha ar rived at this port. ivm.s. .., ;. ,, u ti.uv;;..i, Sr. Louis, June 1st, a. .V special dis- i patch to the Republican says that the Con- j stitutional L nion Convention in Jefferson city yesterday was a failure, only about a dozen being in attendance. The Executive Committee appointed last Spring met in it private room and nominated Robert Wilson j for Governor, Robert Holmes for Lieuten- I ant l.oVeruor, and a lull State ticket. i - Cincinnati, June 1st, u. The river has fallen 13 inches in the last 24 hours. Philadelphia Market. PiiiLAOKi.puiA. Flour unchanged. .... , , . , , ,. . . . heat closed with a declimno' tendency; ... . , . . , i . , -. , white at 1 40oiU ;0 ; red at 1 23finl 25. . - - .. .- Corn steady. Provisions firm. Bacon hams j at ; sides at 8. hiskv dull at 22. Baltimore Market. Baltimoub, June 1st, xt. Flour very dull and heavy ; Howard street extra brands at 6 00; Ohio and city at 5 50. Wheat quiet and steady ; red at 1 331 39; white at 1 501 GO. Corn firm ; white at t5 70; yellow at 71(1 74. Provisions firm. Whisky dull. New York Market. New York, June 1. Flour without strik ing chauge; the demand for export and home trade quite moderate ; sales of 14,000 bbls at 5 25(u5 30 for super state ; 5 35(ViV 5 40 do for western; 5 35(?5 65. for com mon to extra. Rye flour quiet; small sales 111 a Ior common to cases super, Whisky moderate request at 21t(5'22. Wheat continues very firm for spring, with I 'if export demand; sales of 38,000 bush Milwaukee club at 1 28 afloat and in store. Barley market quiet. Corn heavy and Jc- j lower wais iu moueraie- rcuuesi. oacor-i t dull. Lard firm ; sales of 430 bbls at a'to KV.la at in lit ( 1 I 3 ItoM.-r llnchfl.ia-P.t .it 1 lit 1 7 Cr..- Ohio and 1 1(20 for state. Cheese steady at 7(ill for inferior Ml fr inh,ir sales confined to small lots extra at 5 50f, 5 75. Whisky unchanged ; sales 900 bbls at to. .ness porK in moderate demand at 17 75. Bacon less buoyant and ottered at 7 and 10, but sales confined to CO hhds sides, 50 hhds shoulders. Nothing transpired in bulk meats ; sales of 100 bbls Lard at 1 1 . 1 I 1 1 - 1 i . , viraiu uncuangeu auu in moueraie uetimnu at 1 28(2)1 a6 for prime red and white. Corn firm at 47. Oats dull at 41, which is a decline. , i'ittsbubo, June 1, u. : pier mark rising slowly. and ohiiii- ; Illnesa of Judge Uouglaa. j Judge Douglas is still confined to his bed ; by the condition of his throat. If it should i not improve, he will be compelled to visit ! XTW Vfirlf itr th ItnrimaA r.f .-.lit ti i 11 1 n rr j jcal assistance there Wash. Cor. of the X. Y. Herald. ! There is no doubt but. the health nfJinW i to ; ana like many otners ot our eminent poi- IllClilUS, UC Ut'lJUCULljr UPjJCUlS IU LUC U1UIH1 j bottle to sustaia bita amid tbe exhausting excitements to wkich he is subjected. Those who know him best are impressed that he J : cannot live many years indeed that it is j extremely doubtful whether he can live through his present Senatorial term. To add to his embarrassments, his fortune has broken down with his health. A few years ago he was believed to be worth about two hundred thousand dollars, but his enormous expenses in canvassing Illinois in IStC and '58, and the fall iu North-western real es tate particularly that which xvas being speculated upon has brought him to the verge of bankruptcy. Now, broken in health and in fortune, he sees the dream of the Presidency, iu which he has so long in dulged, fading utterly; and his life, pres- ' entl v. instead of beiny tminted out and bla- j zoned as a splendid success, will prove a j complete aud mournful failure a dismal ii lustration of the perils and fatalities attend ant upon inordinate ambition, and a warn ing to young men who are dissatisQed with the paths of quiet usefulness, and thirst for the vain pomps and glittering but unsub stantial reputations, so hardly won, worlh so little, aud so easily lost, in a public man's career. On. Com. What a contrast between Stephen A. Doug las's career and that of Abrnm Lincoln ! They commenced life on an equality with nothing but their bands and heads their hearts and consciences to go on. Lincoln took the " straight aud narrow road" of temperance, morality, high-toned principle, straight-forward honesty of purpose, and out-spoken frankness of ex pression. Douglas took the " broad way that lead eth to destruction." He became the brawl ing pot-house politician, the wrangler, the dirty, unprincipled, pettifogging demagogue, the low-flung blackguard, the trimming, double-dealing, sleight-of-hand office-seeker, the reckless partizan speculator. What is now their respective positions ? Douglas is engaged in a selfish death-chaso after the glittering bauble that he bas sacri ficed his manhood for, and just as be imag ines himself in possession of it, it slips from his grasp, and he will sink after the race is over into deserved disgrace. Lincoln had, as a free offering from a great parly, the nomination for the Presidency. He humbly accepted it. He will stay at home like a gentleman during the canvass. The office seeks him; not he the office. And the omens are auspicious, and indicate that the office wiU find him. Young men, mark the con trast ! A Texas Daper savs that liev. R. P. Thompson, a native missionary, in that State, is "breaking himselt of the habit of swearing, and reads the Scriptures quite fluently." Receipts by ltKllroad. June 2d, 1SCO. 71! bush bran and shorts. Ph. ilomhrooa: IS sk flour, Ohae. McJobuston; To bids flour, KS6 bitali com, I. A. Crane; 120o bush corn, Bvaadiaa Crawford; Yi ,,ul P- brandy, Anspacher A Plant; boxes goods, J. H. Maatlee it Co.; 5 boxes boots, J ,SJmmSSt 0- burrow; .i boxes 'candy. P. Boyle; 4 boxes cheese, 1 tub cheese, Ooli x lien- umgiion; i oox ., . ...... . I ..uV. S. Orr: 4 hdls nion sticks, L. Lose; 1 box Slraub & Son; -M boxes, I'll. Pecker, 4 sacks, 1 bdW, 1 box, 1 ke, Preston Bros.; 1 cask, Win. Hiibbcll, I trunk, B. Basnaaj A Co.; ' cos loharco, Lenient f Viele; 1 bag prunes, M . Weil. A. E. SHRADKR, Agent. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 45? LJHff yjt 11 T JTJBS WITU STOI'- pprs. IMaes. quarts and gallon "jit the thiug. I'o r sale bv S. L. GILBERT A Co., No. 4 Sycamoiuatreet. juuc-2 wjtvmn LE.nojv smcr.so uxs. MT 1 do each, for sale by junez S. E. GILBERTS CO. m,VfJM C'VMXMt C4JV 8 3 X 1 Dried Bef.- -oniHJ lbs for sale by Jnnaz S. E. GILBERT ,1 CO. jfrve? J je-3 o o,o o o .. ..VA.-. from Common to guaranteed pure ILivauu, for sale low by 8. E. GILBERT f CO , june'2 No. 4 Sycamore street. WtiilMi.VCJt a VOM'M'MiK '30 HAS.. JLa gross each. A dosiruble article, now that the Coffee berry is so high. For sale by jnn2 S. E. GILBERT A CO. lWT-i TVMMt UO MHUHS JttSOitr WrJL ed kinds, for sale by jnne2 S. E. Gl LBERT . CO. -rcwo.-aoo hji.' aniens itusr S. E GILBERT GO. M. quality. WwM. Pickled Herring Jan wmrrjt fish , l"Ui packages tor sale by 8. E. GILBERT A CO. PilMM.KS.-50 BAS. 1 MOZ. MS.H II quarts aud li galls, lor sale by jne2 S. E. GILBERT A CO. iun-m-v rmvjvms. I, .too 1. a. cnoice, lor saio n S. E. GILBERT A CO. j WMMPM.Mt JJSMt mmmmstm.-u fan". der 50 kegs lor sale oy NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 1860. IMA. h. nLhhd 13 FIRST STREET, M3.IS MS CM I'Jt CM O VB K S TJ tt- MM li.linii.nt till. ul witli MOW GOODS received within the hut f..u ' weeks by ae.i, from ENGLAND i and CiKllMAN Y, i ioi bv railroad from New Kng ,,. - r , i land MAN FDVAiOTO REUS. They have been pur--ttver i leei ny ctaaas, aaaay of tliaaa, for cash, and to M k it Weather cloudy CHANTS, (MtOCBBS sad TKADKBS, who wish to lty Oms, or ajftaaast tuaa tajaars, he can give his u.- MwaaMS that Kbey can pcurcuaee ttieir spring stoa 1 .'i it i ii, :n i ne ..... i i.ji wr .A I f..iamnii ill An - .a KKl'lHiinj.lv adding freight.) Muny goods are fl ajtofek KliDUCaTH IK PIIH'E, and MERCHANTS r rDI 1" THEMSELVES Cool) to call on him be- j fore they buy. and learn nlmt the DOTTOM OF THE MARKET IS. In hi amila iappiy may be fonnd the f.dlowlaa; I STANDARD GOODS. 3000 Pairs WALKER'S and other, TRACE CHAINS. i5 casks LOG AND PLOW CHAINS. 50 doz Root KAMES. 50 doz Horse and Mule COL LARS, (GOOD.) 100 doz AMERICAN HOI. CO.'S Planters' Hoes. 50 doz Garden RAKES, steel and iron. 25 doz MANURE forks, ass'd. 50 doz 0. AMES', and others, Shovels and Soades. 50 doz TUTTLE'fc 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- ing IxJiives. 25 doz 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, English, and J. Russell & Co.'s AMERICAN. 500 doz WOSTENHOLM'S, Bunting's and Barnes' POCKET KNIVES. 50 doz WADE & BUTCHER'S Razors. 1,000,000 G. D S. B., and Water Proof Cans. A.lso, 100 doz W ALDR0N Grass and Grain Scythes. 50 doz BLOOD'S Silver Steel SCYTHES 100 doz Superior SCYTHE SNATHES. 100 doz FORKS, 2 & 3 prong, Superior. 50 doz Grain CRADLES, Bow and Wire Brace. 50 Wood HAY Rakes. 100 Grind Stones, 18 to 30 in. 200 doz Scythe STONES. Also, 500 doz BUTCHER'S Files. 20 cases OHIO TOOL CO.'S Planes, reduced prices. ACiKJVT FOR -AMP 2000 feet RUBBER BELT ING, BEST IN AMERICA, on hand, 1 1-2 to 24 inch. TOOETIIKR WITH SHELF HARDWARE AND TOOLS of every description. MOT Order oxacated itb the utmost care and Cll A RLES S. W ELLS, Wholesale Dealer. DR. HAAS, having leased the rooms formertyoc aupied bv Dr. Rivctt, iu Dr. Bray's hiiildinir, opo aite the Post (MBce, lor a series of years, would re speottullv solicit the cttiseBS of Evansville and the aurrouniiitiji town, and country, o visit his rooms and see the specimens ou exhibition, whether they need the services of :i Dentist or not. Since the Naalag of bis la-t circular nnd adver tisement, over a year since, aevaral improvement and new inventions have be. n made, of which he has availed himself, sad allows nothing that will Bubaarve the interests ot Lis patients, to pass un secured, liis lacilities tire better and establish uietit lareer, without doubt, tbac any other iu our State, and equal to any in Eastern cities. All those who need Dental Wllllia (.erforined, and are pleased with his work, shall be attended to with gseaf pleasure. The following are the styles of work manufactur ed by bttn: Continuous Gum; Block or Carved Work; Vulcanite Base; Coralite; Amber; Cheoplaa tic; Gold and Silver work. N.ithiug can excel the beauty and cleatilinesa of the continuous gum work, it is without a seam or crevice. Cheeks that are sunken can bo restored to nearly tlwir original eenloni by this style of work, asid also by tho use of the Vulcanite, Coral ite, and Amber Base. The latter styles, for light ness and adaptation to difficult mouths, excel auy cets anything we have ever seen. He has several anasth-.tiis for alleviating pain when extracting loath. They arc is.rfectly harm less. The moid delicate can have them applied. He does not advertise anything lie cannot do, nor exhibit anything not made by hinu"lf. Parents should consult the health aud beauty of their children bv bavanc; tbe DestM direct their second dentition", thereby producing symmetry ami health to those imalu'O'lo organs. Irregularity of children's teeth corrected auc ceesfully. Those baring decayed teeth, should either have them extracted or tilled at our (tbe latter if poa sibtet. Tba health of the parties and the remain ing teeth demand this. ttiJf I tak.. PBiaaauB in introducing Dr. Haas, my successor to tin eld room, in Bray's building, hoping be w ill !iud tlx in both pi. aaaut and prottt aide Vr.-ci aaj intercourse with the Doctor, 1 am phased to Bad bin one of tho progressing; possessing taste mid hi;:!i pr. fessiotial ability and standing. With thai view,! Baa, with safety, recom metid him to the connannitj us a skillful and com -peient .'.enlist. (mavJSj J. K1VKTT. abls Room-., nic.-lv papered atd in good or promptttuue. nmrl'. der. Rent six dollars per month. Kmiuiro at Brickley's " Patent Breitd Bakery," on First St., near Main. T. E. BB1CKLKY. may26-3t jne2 8. K. UAAiBUSBT UO.