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THE EVANSVILLE DAILY JOURNAL.
VOLUME XII. EVANSVILLE, IND., FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 29, I860. NUMBEK m. TERMS OF THE JOURNAL. Duly Taper 85 10 ' ' (Mailt!) 6 00 By the week ipa) nl.it- to Carri. i n 10 rri-Weekl Paper 4 uo Weekly Pai r J H " " Clutw of lb or more 1 00 gaJXka privilege of yearly alertira U limited to their own immediate 1 i..-i':,c-. in their own name; and all adfertieemeuu tor the benefit of other persons, as well - leal advertisement and will I -im ci i.t of auction Hales, and adTertiieuonu with the Dune of other person .. sent in by th-ui. niuet be paid for at the usual rates. nti No report, resolutions or proceedings of any serporation, soc iety, asioclation or public meeting and no communication designed to call attention to any nuttter of limited of individual interest can be iuaeried, unless paid lor as an advertisement. aa Contracts for yearly advertising will not be discontinued unless an older to that effect is left at the office, and when discontinued In lajai than a year, the price of the whole year will be ,-harned. aga.Leyal advertisements hereafti r, ill be pub lished at the exjK'iise ot the attorneys ordering, and not delayable for legal proceedings, but collectable st our usual time. tC.Oiir terms tor Job Work and transient adver tisements are CASH. .ITK OE Jll I'ERTISI.W. er , a ! 1 Vat. 60j 75 "j j 00 1 M j 1 60 1 7a jDmZ Wf Ftf' f r 1 0 2 23 i 90 ! ini'i. j 1 00 1 50 i 75 i t.Vi :Ti . i D77 f 25 I 1 90lr5u"7 3 15 ' r7aT4 li i W. ) 190 2 10 f 2 80 I a 50 4 20 I 4 WJ 1Wk. I 1 60 2 25 a 0o"":s" 75 4 'nj ij si Warfc ( J 50 S-WJ 5 t ti 25 7 50 j 8 75 rfi ii 3 00 4 6O6 0O 7 Hi M no Ml 6a l i oo6 no k no ; m nu i is 1 u ffm. B 00 TTo U 6" p 1 l'i Sj I Is 75 J Jo i. 7 60 11 25 1500 18 75 22 Ml 25 4 JfV 8 50 12 75 17o) g 3 sS60lT75 ii JioV. M 0 f li no I 2ii i I 25 00 j :io M 8 M sV 1 18 00, 19 50 I 2H 00 I 32 M : 00 45 50 12 Mot ! 15 00 22 511 :0 I Si I :17 50 I 45 Of ' ft BUSINESS CARDS. YV. HBINKSIKTKB. A. hkliilim; BRINKMEYEli & CO., SOUTHERN STOVE WORKS , Evansville, Ind. Maniit'cturrr of Stoves, Hollow Ware. Uniting, House Vronls, Veraiidnh'i, BalcoDir, SUS: Cm Haas in i.-neriil. Copper, Tin, and Sheet Inn Wrc. &f Sales Koom ; 11 Msiu stn-e t, Me.k- r's HuiM iup. Foundery : ueti Muutli PftjfrsMs Buy Orders promptly ntteuded to. junel3-hni. GOSS E N S , PUACT1CAI. WATCHMAKER & JCWTLER, Main st., next door 111 Theodore's Ex'-hnnge, EVANSVILLE, IND. fill. fcfl iB. M-i M ' HM-: VH f .f - WM. ly hi-en a rrnidt-nr of out city, and 1 as b-tu acknowledged to l a skillful, scientific, m d wx --rieiifed workman iu hi Hue of lusines. He now kindly asks the imlilir in ceueral for a shar of Unit vatnimge. guaisuteoing that all wvrk Osss ov iiim will I, executed in a suierior style, and in a way ! defy cuini-tition. jiinefi-.'lm ERSKINE, CURNICK Sc. CO., COMMISSION MERCHANTS CROC eries,Tr OV I S 1 0 N S, .. J HttUVCE UKV:nLL: 7 MAIN ttTRKET, aprSE BVASVILIiK, IHD. C. SCHMITT & STARK, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in French, English & American PAPER HANGINGS, MtrSLIN AND PAPER Shades and Fixtures, Curtain Goods, Gilt Car uioes. Curtain Pins and l'arh r Mirrors. So. 1 and First street, ETansville, Indiana. aprlH-ly T am.es Steele, (SCCCFKKOR TO eTEFI.E IlUJIXXl 2d ST., BET. CHESTNUT & CHERRY, 1 EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. r, . . i -rr r,rtAnn iimrnATir TIT TTn,1 OAon, JjUUItn, ITllULIUIT JJUll U13, it RES SK U Kf.nHJiK, Boards, Laths, fr.,of every liearriptivn constant It ou hand. 1'iu kini; Boxes of all kimls made to order. Savcingof every kind done on the shortest UOliee. api 10- y fi. e. aK.vo, Late of .iHijuess A Co. aauom Bvaaovt. READ & BURROW, wnOLFSALK DKAI RS IN Hoots eft? Slioow. HATS AND CAPS, So. 15 Main at., EVANSVILLE, IM) apri W 1 L L I A Ti H. A X E , PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER, Cor. ' I rsj and Syi smore t. Partii ular attention paid to the repairiuK of Mn sital, lep,atinK, and FINE WATCHES. W Viniting and Wn4im Canln memHf WrMtm. sW marf Jacob Sinzich & Son. WHOLESALE BAKERS, Dealers in BOAT STORES, Water Hi., btt. fine i s'crsmsr. TWWf .li HRi 7J.VTS, PUVSICMJ.-rS M AND DUVtiGISTs. W e are regularly receiTing additions to our stock mat liHcas, Mrni.'iNKS. Chemicals, Paints, Oils, UMMII.1. PKBFt'MEaT, and Vanct Astk i.kh, which we are prepared to offer tn the trade on as m1 terms as can he pi . chased in Cincinnati, hou .iavillc, or St. Louis. W. have in store 16 tons of Extha I'm: White Leah, in kegs of 25 lbs, 50 It., and 100 lbs, which - ssj are selling to the trade at manufacturers1 prices. KELLKB A WHITE, No. 32 Main street. A H1RI.H McJOMJVti TOJS", WHOLE V .ale u,d Ketail UB0CKB AND PROVI5ION MERCHANT, dealer iu Cordage, Nails, Glass, Ce lu.ut, Powder, Plaster Paris, Ac, No. 1ZS Mam -itreet, near the Canal, EvansTille, Ind. isbn OHM, UJM.ZKL.L. CO., UJritit street, Evansville, Indiana, Wholesale Deal---r-, in Groceries and all kimls of Produca, Nails, Glass, White Lime, Cement, Cottuu Tarti, White Ltad, Linseed Oil, Ac, Ac. Also, constantly on -.and a lull stock of Saab, Panel Doors, Ac, of all E. Q. SMITH, CHAIR MANUFACTURER, I Market street, Evansville. Ind.. will keep on hand aud make to order every variety of - " w. -Ta. - i.-Aiiw-. i ne Trade supplied at lovest rates. Hotels, Steamboats and Halls fur i.ubid promptly to order. All work warranted, janl-ly 'i I An r. MILLER. J. HKVBT K1EHAUS MILLER &. NIEHAUS, HEALERS IS B001S, SH0K8, HATS, CAPS, Ac. V. 43 .rjjr.v STREET, EVANSVILLE, INDIANA apr7 AM Es H. SUANSL1S... .OHAMFEE W. HAB&1K.. SHAN KLIN & HARDIN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, .JH, REJE ESTATE. 4Jm? Notarial biieinese entrusted to them will re- ceire ronipt and careful attention. Kspeeial at- " - s-ssvj. ".ii v iiuu vviaiwe ill he loSowing U-wns, vi. KvsnsTille, Henderson, Tt. Vtrnou, B.H.nville, NewLurgb, Uockport. Can- neltoa, Princeton, Vincennes, Ww-l ii.gtuu, Dover, and Petersburg!!, and in .he counties ii which -aid : - iii.i will 1 .. , , . im a,it..,.. . m- dt..i - ; OrThtrd .trart. adjomin the Court oue,. septio-iyd fifa MmXml PUBLISHED BY JA.Mt.5i U M. N LKL V Kltior. r. l. T1IAV Kit, ;en' Jjlssftssss Jfua.iuer. J.N'U. H. McNKKLY, trap t Mecknuu ul Orpurtnn fitt 1 NI.tB THK ri KM OF Till EVANSVILLE JOURNAL COMPANY. Journal Buildings. Locust St., iieluttn Fir ml and Wattr. Local and Miscellaneous. Reading Matter on Kvery Page. River Report on the First and Com mercial Report on the Fourth col umn of the Fourth page.0 lirsl.Vr.s LOCALS. Window Blinds forSalb. I will sell a lot of 10 x 14 Window Blinds at a very low figure. M. H. Hall. Carpenter shop. 3d St., between Locust and Walnut. teaSf-The O. K. Fire Co. are requested to . out-voted, he yields to the will of the ma MM this evening in the room in rear of jority, and goes in heartily for the nominee. ing arnwioeinents for the celebration of the 4'.h of July. C. T. RctD, Sec y. BWJAIl lovers ot'ili Fine Art? should 0 and see the Beautiful Oil PaixitingS, on ex hibition at the Studio of Mr. Thyssens, in the rear of Tileston's (Jallery, Main street. These paintings, are to hi-sold at Auction on the 5th of July. BSiTiiH last day of Mrs. Fisher's sale to-day at U o clock at her store on I'irst street. There arc great bargains had there, as she i selling to the highest bidder and without rts-erve. Ladies, be sure to come. Boy Hasan. Devebkacx & WiLLCOxhave : ju?t op iicil iin e?tablishment in thit:city for the manufacture of Cistern and Well Plumps- They come well recommended, and those wishing anything iu their Hue, will do well to irive them a call. The very best assortment of chil dren's shoes can be had at Hughes s, who has a very choice lot of fans and parasols which he is selling cheap. Ilis stock of French ohialu, lawus, chuliis, hoop skirts, ribbons, and notions generally, is first rate. Gentle- man in want of good half-hose for summer use can have their wants supplied by call ing at his store. Tailors' Mkkti.ni;. The Tailors ot Kvati.s- i ville tire requested to meet on Monday 1 evening, July 2d, at the Young America I Engine Hons-:, to complete their arrange- I meals t.ir the celebnuMn ot the rourth. As i this will be the last meeting, a full attend- is requested. IIknky Feldmann, Sec'y. Salhof Millinery Goons. There will lie a sale of Bonnets and Millinery Goods, and fixtures appertaining to the business, at the store of Mrs. Fisiiku, on First street, between Vine and Sycamore, eotnmencini! on Wed nesday morning at ti o clock, and continu- ev At tia stlck 5s "iisposed of. Bargains may tie expected. Jllllc -v-n. Caui'KNTKKs, Rally ! At a mewling of the carpenter and joiners, held at the Council Chamber lust Monday evening. It wa Ordered, That uiiotbcr meetina be held at tbe same place on next Monday evening, Julv 'Jd, to complete the arrangement3 now in progress for makioo; a t;raud demonstra tion on the 4th of July. Let every man, b ah old and voting, wba i can make a shaving, come to the scratch at half past o'clock, as business of import ance will be before the meeting. Wm F. Reynolds, Sec'y. Jia Fkkuy, the Priuters' Friend, gave us a nice batch of fresh papers last nitiht. T'ne National Inltlligenetr announc es the death of the Democratic party. 855" The St. Charles Saloon proprietors favored us yesterday with copies ot late New Orleans papers. fika Fred. Hassaurek, the eloquent tier man of Cincinnati, one of the Republican electors of Ohio, is expected at Vincennes some time next week, as we learn by the Gazette. tejjf It is stated that JoIki B. Henderson, Douglas candidate for Congress in the Sec ond ilissouri District, has declared his in tention to withdraw from the canvass. . be conviuoed that our public -iiools are not fiairDenjaniiu Harrison, Esq., Opposition among the least of the things we have rea nominee for Reporter of the Supreme son to be proud of. Court, will deliver a political address at Princeton to-day (Friday, 2'jlb) at 2 o'clock P. M. To-morrow night he speaks at Mo y.art Hall in this city. g We suggest that the member of the Democratic Executive County Commit tee from Centre Township, bring his horte fiddle along with him when becomes io to attend the committee meeting on Satnrday. Some kind of music will be needed for the brethren to keepjstep to and to enliven their the party which favors the spreading ot ue drooping spirits. gro slavery over all the free territories aud - Viucenues Sun of Tuesday 8fTbe morning, two days after the editor had heard ot the Democratic nominations, had ...i, ,,....- . : , : .... iiut C 1 L li c i (J I he 1 I T k t K hp tfll- . me UCkeij. ineeu ,tor 13 uot so 0rcfu as to commit himself be- , fnrp he hears the rtsVj ti. r - acts. The Enqmrer we Z , when that new Breckinridge paper starts. Edwsril Bates's Letter. We publish to-day, entire, Jude Bates' 3 late letter in favor of the election of Lincoln j to the Presidency. We have heretofore published a telegraphic abstract of it, but have not till now been able to find space for the whole document. This letter emanates from one of the finest minds in the Union. Its author has not a motive nor an action that does not look solely to the glory, honor, and wel fare of the whole country. This appeal, coming from him, will therefore be irrefrag able evidence of the worthiness of the Chi- 1 cago ticket to receive the votes of all patri otic. Union-loving men. Mr. Bates is entirely disinterested in his advocacy of the Chicago ticket. He expects no reward other than an approving con ' science. His generous forgetfulness of his own disappointment is characteristic of the man and worthy of all praise. Having gone into the Convention and been fairly half of Lincoln, and the confidence he as serts in his ability, honesty, and patriotism, 1 will give this letter extraordinary influence in tba minds of tliiuking men. It was tiiis knowledge of Mr. Lincoln's I conservatism and ability, which induced us i to advocate his claims to an election. We insisted on the nomination of Mr. Bates or Ur. McLean until the nomination was madei but we bec.tme convinced after reaching Chicago that neither a very ulirn nor a very conservative candidate could be put for ward, and that a compromise would be ef fected on some muu equally removed from the two extremes. Tiiat man thanks to ' Indiana more than any other State was ; discovered to be Abkauam LlSOoLH, ami we believe that it was a happy day for this country when men consented to lay aside their peculiar notions and unite on so sound so able, so popular, and so available a can didate. With almost any other man, there would have been some doubt of an election. VVuu Lincoln there is none. lie will be our next 1'resident. Let every man who wishes to vote un- ( rreratandinjrly, carefully read the letter. The Examinations. The Public School I examinations are successfully progressing Yesterday forenoon was occupied in the ex amination of the Boys' Intermediate and I (i rum mar School, under the tutorship of Mr. I Kisiager. TUe care and attention with which this School had been trained was very apparent. Manv visitors were pres- ()f bom seemed satisfied that both teacher and pupils had discharged their 1 duty most faithfully. The examinations, ; particularly those in English Grammar and i Mental Arithmetic, were exceedingly inter- i estiun, and the proficiency exhibited by pu ' pils M young as most ot these were, in stud i ies requiring such an exercise of memory j and the power of association, was truly sur- j prising. In the afternoon the Girls' 1 nlertnediate and Grammar School, taught in the base- j : ment of tbe Baptist Church, by Miss Clark, j ' was examined. The exercises were most i successfully conducted, and the result of the , i examinations reflected great credit upon j : bolh teacher and pupils. The evidences of ! ! tbe care and discipline employed in the j ; management of this school, and the diligence ! and application on the part ot the scholars j , themselves, must have been very gratifying to those friends and parents who were pres- em There are in this school about C3 i scholars, but it was fouud impossible to lullv examine all of them, for want of time, so that the ex ami tuition of nine classes was , omitted, 111 the evening, after the examinations i closed, there was a trial of spelling between ' the two schools, uud prizes were awarded f to those who, by proficiency in study, ex ' i-ellence of deportment, or regularity of at tendance throughout the terra, had nierised them. In spelling, the scholars acquitted ! themselves very creditably. They labored under considerable disadvantage, as Mr. ! Wheeler, the gentleman who conducted the I exercises, bad rather a poor voice for pro 1 nouncing. They did well under the eir ! cuuistances. After the pri.es were award ed. Rev. Mr. Cook and others addressed the children in some brief and appropriate re marks. To-day the Girls' Grammar School, taught by Miss Fisher, will be examined in 1 the public school building. Let all of our i citizens who can do so attend, and they will " We have been shown a colored handbill issued by the Democracy of Spen cer county, calling a grand ratification meeting iu behalf of Douglas and Johnston,'' Ac . En quircr. We think the bill ought to be colored, considering the fact that a "mulatto party '' i rues it, and that the Democratic party are iu favor of making the negroes yellow while the Republicans are in favor of keeping them black. It is emiuentlv fit. too. tbat een ot legalizing it iu the free states, aUouid use coiored paDer an enJblem of their owe. Ow stationery dealers ought to order a lot ,,f W r.ner for th. use of the Democracy during the campaign. Hon. Cassius M. Clay speaks at Jef- ftfr8aVille n ",e eVenin f the 9,h f July. A Suspicions Movement. The following paragraph we clip from the Terre Haute Journal (Democratic paper) of the 23d June : We had the pleasure, yesterday, of re ceiving a visit from James G. Bryant, of Indianapolis, a member of the Executive Committee of the Constitutional Union Party cf this State. He informs us that he was on his way to the southern portion of the State to see about getting up an elec toral ticket for Bell and Everett. He states that the Bell and Everett vote, in this State, will exceed that received by Fillmore and Donnelson. Mr. Bryant was in this city, Mt. Ver non, and other points in this District, bu. professed to be here acting as Agent of a new edition of the Revised Statutes, soon to be issued by the State Sentinel Company, and now in course of preparation for the press by Messrs Gavin & Hobd, of Greens burgh. We do not accuse Mr. Bryant of any double-dealing in hi3 late tour; we haveloDg been acquainted with him and cannot think he would help on the cause of Locofocoism under the guise of favoring Bell and Ever- ett; but we wish to mention several circum- stances which indicate that there is some hidden design to be accomplished by the Democratic party, who seem to be making a cat's-paw of Mr. Bryant. In the first place, the item clipped from ' the Terre Haute Journal shows that the editor somewhere got an imprest ion that , Mr. Bryant was on the errand spoken of. Mr. B. denies that he told .Mr. Cookerly so. Here is a questioti of veracity between the two gentlemen, which wc leave with them to settle. In the second place, Mr. Horu, oue of the authors of the new work, is a Democratic candidate on the Slate ticket, and sou in-law of Judge Perkins, one of the Democratic manager at Indianapolis. In the third place, the book is to be pub lished by the proprietors of the Democratic State organ, who have Mr. Bryant iu their employ. Now we ask our readers to compare these 1 facts together, and then say whether ap pearances do not indicate that the Demo cratic managers are making themselves very busy in bringing out a Bell and Everett electoral ticket. How disinterested their en deavors are, any one can imagine. The Bell and Everett men hae a perfect j right to get up an electoral ticket aud to j vote for it. Nobody denies this. But w : wish to call the attention of well-meaning Bell and Everett men to this apparent at- tempt of the Democratic managers to fore- I stall their actiou and to meddle with their j concerns through dishonorable aud selfish motives. The Bell tnd Everett men, if they want an electoral ticket, are entirely I competent to get it up for themselves with- I out the help of the Locofoco pol'ticians at Indianapolis. It has been proven before a Congressional ' Committee that thousands of dollars were spent by the Democrats in 1S5C to help on tbe Fillmore movement. Is this game to be j repeated by the Democracy to defeat Lin coln, aud thus perpetuate their corrupt rule BitEtKiNHU'OK Cliii.-G. W. McBtide, Esq., wishes u to state that all those who wish to join the Bteckinriilge Club can do so by culling at his office on Tuird street, and leaving their names. 8Sy Some of the DouglHS papers spell the name of their candidate foi Vice-President, Johnson; some Johnston. The Ev ansville Enquirer spells it with a t ; the Cincinnati Eiiquuer without. Our neigh bors tried to make sport of ns for spelling Lincoln's first name Abram. We ask them which is right, Johnson or Johnston? The New York Herald, a sagacious paper, says tint the disruption of the Democratic party will be followed by the triumph of the Republicans the election of Lincoln, a Republican Congress, a Republican admin istration. Bennett also says that this re sult will be no cause for disunion ! CoS"" Reports are current in the newspa pers that some arrangement is about to be made between the two wings of the Demo cr.itic party, by which one candidate for President shall withdraw, or the votes in the Northern States shall be concentrated on Douglas and those of the South on Breckin ridge. We do not believe the " irrepressible conflict," will admit of a reconciliation on any terms. 8?&,The Terre Haute Express denominates the procession on the occasion of the Doug las ratification meeting in that place ou the 26th, as a ' grand funeral pageant. '' Tbe number present is put down at 000,400 men, women, and children. Uaartey constaoie of Illinois, Abe Hammond and Dick Ryan I gHenry S. Kellogg, an old and re of Indianapolis, delivered eulogies on the de- spected citizen of Indianapolis, was diown- ceased the Democratic party. Two persons we bare talked with, who saw the Terre Haute ratificitiou, say it was a magnificent fizzle. gtS" The Vincennes Sun admits that the Democratic house is divided against itself, i Tbe Scriptures ay, " a house divided against itself cannot stand." So we advise our Democratic friends to stand Jr on under. B0S& The Odd Fellows of Indianapolis in tern! to hold a public installation of officera ou the evening of the 2d of July iu Metro politan Hall. The ceremonies will be per formed by the grend otficers of the Grand Lodge, and there will be an address by P G. Wm. Wallace, of Indianapolis. NEWS BY TELEGRAPH. BY THE E. W. LINE. Exclusively for the Journal. COKGRESSIOSAL. Washington, June 28. Senate. The Senate met at 10 o'clock. There was dif ficulty in procuring the attendance of a quorum, several Senators naa to oe sent after for this purpose. Unsuccessful ef- forts were made to order the printing of the 11th volume of the Pacific Railroad report, containing maps and charts which it was in sisted were necessary to an understanding of the text of the 10th vol., already pub lished. Mr. Simmons, from the committee appoint ed to wait on the President, reported that the President had no further communication to make. Aftera short secret session, the Senate ad- journed sine die Arrival of the Great Eastern. Nsw York, June 28. The Great Eastern passed the Battery at 4:30 P. M. No diffi culty was experienced in crossing the bar, and the immense ship wended her way- through the Bay as easily as a pilot boat. Sh. nraa atfonrtoil hr float rtf cm, ill rrnf't and the enthusiasm' of the crowds on board them was unbounded. The throngs at the Bat- tery and on the various piers of the North River were immense. Many salutes were fired in her honor. She waa decked with flags from bow to stern. She moved very rapidly through the Bay, only one of the many steamers being able to keep up with her. The frigate Niagara lying in the stream looked very small in comparison. Circulars by the Great Eastern report the week's imports of cotton at Liverpool at 133,000 bales at sea. 133,000 American against 188,000 last year. The Europas mail left New York this P. M. for the South. She reached Boston early this uiornin?;. Washington, June JS. The Senate con tinued Gen. Joseph E. Johnston of the sec ond cavalry Major General of the army, in place of Gen. Jessup, deceased. The nomination of Mr. Churchill of Ten nessee, as Minister to Guatamala, was not even reported back from the committee on foreign relations. All the other executive b.isiuess was transferred. Portland, June 28. The Democratic State Convention was held here to day, aud was very largely attended. Hon. J. VV. ' B.-adburu ot Augusta presided. On the 1st ballot, for a candidate lor Gov., Ephraim Smart had 714 votes against II scattering. : Ym. H. Harris of Biddeford, and H. Strick laud of Bangor, where chosen Presidential ; electors, both voting for Douglas. The spir it of tbe Convention was quite unanimous for Douglas. Detuoit, June 28, p. m. The Democratic State Convention met here to-day and made the following nominations: For Governor, ; John S. Barry of St. Joseph ; for Lieuten ant Governor, VVm. H. Fenlou of Genessee ; I tor Treasurer, Wm. Farnsworth of Wayne; for Auditor, Gen. Pennington of Ottawa ; tor Secretary of State, Wm. Francis of Alle- : gan; for Attorney General, Francis Alfred j of Allegan ; for Superintendent of Public ' Instruction, Francis W. Sherman of Cal- ! houn. A hundred guns were fired. A I large meeting assembled this evening ti j ratify the nomination of Douglas and the 1 .State ticket. LortsviLLE, June 28, r.ti. Uiver tailing slowly with 3 feet 6 iuches in the canal. Showery. Mercury 78. Pittsbt rg, June 28, p. m. ary. Weather showery. -River station- Grand Rally. The Opposition will hold a mass meeting to-morrow (Saturday even iug, at Mozart (formerly Apollo) Hall. Benjamin Harbison will address the meet ing. Thomas H. Nelson, of Terre Haute, and James C. Veatcii, of Rockport, are ex pected to be present and to speak on the oc casion. A Glee" Club aud a Brass B.-.nd will di versify the exercises with music. Tbe Ladie., and the public generally, are cordially invited to be present. gfcgf We have a Lincoln poem, sent us by , a lady for publication. U breathes a spirit of devotion to the cause of free labor which : we should rejoice to see animating lie hearts of the voters to a greater extent. When the ladies begin to think and speak on this subject, they will soon interest the other sex. The poem shall soon appear. jyigj"" Messrs. Morton & Turpie, opposing candidates for Lieutenant Governor, hold the hist of their present list of joint debates at Sullivan this afternoon at one o'clock. Yesterday they spoke at Vincennes. fRiy" Like Lazarus, it (the Democratic party) willcome forth from the tomb though it has lain there four days or mouths even aud already stinketh iu pious Republican nostrils !" Enquirer. That was the truth told by accident. Stay" A Mr. Adams, of Posey county, yes terday brought us the b'ggest hen egg we ever laid eyes upon. Coming from a little hen. it was the wonder of all observers. inst., while bathing. SStW The Democracy of Binghampton N. Y., Daniel S. Dickinson's place of resi dence, ratified Breckinridge and Lanes nomination on the 26th inst. Rev. Dr. William M. Daily has been nominated for Congress by tbe Democracy of the Third District. McKee Dunn will beat him in the neighborhood of a couple of thousand votes easy. The Memphis Avalanche has come out warmly in favor of the " true Democrat ic " candidates, Breckinridge and Lane- It pitches into Douglas strongly. B"The Democratic Executive Commit tee for the County meet at the Enquirer of fice on Saturday afternoon. u Business of importance will be transacted," &c. There is goiner to be a consultation of patty physi cians on the Democratic patient, which now lies in a critical condition. 1 The Enquirer says that John Coch rane " put his foot upon sectionalism,' .v:c. Guess he " put his foot in it 'J when he came out for Douglas so soon. He now wishes he hadn't done it. SS-The York Tribune makes out a strong case against Postmaster General Holt, in connection with the Fowlef defalcation, and shows that he is subject to impeachment. It appears that the amount of the defalca tion is SI 70,000 more than the Govern ment ever lost before by oue defalcation. is a fact not to be ignored even in attempt, that if both these candidates re main in the field, claiming support from the people, defeat is inevitable and overwhelm ing. Fill. Sun. The Sun is speaking of Dougla and Breckinridge. That paper is correct. The defeat of the Democracy " is inevitable and overwhelming." gsiJ'-A Breckinridge and Lane ratification meeting was held at Parkersbtirgh, Ya., on the 27th. The Louisville Courier says the re joicings for Douglas are confined to the North. Resignation ok Bell. Some of the Southern journals intimate that an effort will be made to ir.duce Hon. John Bell to resign his position as the candidate of the Constitutional Union party, in order that tbe Southern opposition may unite upou old San Jacinto, of Texas. Mo. Dem. Receipts by Ksilroad, JllUe -Sill, 1S0O. 24il bush coal, J. L. White; 1 ba feather-. Pres ton Bros.; 40 Lois whisky, Allis Howes; 4H hales hay, :HHt l.ush corn, I. A. Cra:.e; 2'I6 liaali corn, Geo. loster x Co.; 'I sacks, 1 keg, K. Uiltert d: Co.: 1 trunk, B. Waldkiich; 1 nox hrushe, Win. Bierhower; I bdls hags, Littles A Erwin. A. E. bliRAOEIt, Atf. nt. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. P. SHARPE & CO., DEALERSsjLN SEEDS Agricultural Implements. So. 1.10 Main St., kVANsVILLi:, IHD. .1 v T A' It HOOIt C tr O H wanted, to wit -ni lilsral waea will l- al Apply at 130 -Main otnet. jline-'li-wd lowed J. M. GLEICHMANN, KVANSVILLK. INDIANA 'mw.vt f- J C TL'H K u j.-it U HuS t: IYM. sale Dealer in Pure Cider and Kxtra Kainiiy Vinegar. Orders from a di-itaiicn wilt receive. prompt attention. N. B. This Vinegar has taken the premium at the South Western Indiata District Fair last Oc tober. Orders for Vinegar wi 11 be received at Use Factory or at 11. .Nelson A Co-, 'a Auction Kooui on Main street. Siittli street, near Fulton Aienue, Lswassco. juue2G-dAw Marblef JUarMc: "VTN" mmoMr tti t'ocR time to i r ff LAUGK AND SMALL HON f HUNTS of all varieties and styles. MANTLES, FURNITURE MARBLE, Vases, Urns, Head stones, c, which for qnatltr, architectural beauty, aud finish, aie not to I sur-pas-ed anywhere. M v Ware-ttouiii is wail supplied with the above varieties, which 1 will s.-ll at reduced prices to make room for BIT Kail shipments. MARBLE DEALERS Will always find my supplies efjnal t- tkeif de mands, an i prices satisfactory. Marble Hall Building, Evansville, Ind. Juui 7(1 Tlall M. A. LA WRKNOK. W OR SJI EE. l EI.JT UttJf OE from eijrhty to a hundred tons capacitv. I, is suitable lor a lighter built j of pine Innihnr this Spring. For iuformat.on call on Mr. A. SIMPSON, at the mouth ol Piceou Crek, west side J lIBB lw MVJJ'tl l"X EE E IHRJt B .t S - O- M-d ciition. The Stockholders of tl.is Associa tion are requested to meet in the Li tear Kooiii'J.on Saturday evening, 30th inst., for the parpoae of se lecting caudidate for the variom OultM of the Association during the ensuing year. jooe26-lr F. M. TUAYF.lt, Sec . NEW FURNITURE 5TURE r- JPST OPKXKB 11V THK Ir TELL CITY FURNITURE CO. The largest and finest asM.rlineiit of I'l.'KM TUKS AMi l HAIltS of all kinds in the cttv, et WHOLESALE OR RETAIL, No. S Water st., next door to it. Barnes, K V ANS VI LLK, I N D. Y. SLOLivrzav, Aent. Mauufartory at Tell City, lud. jiiiie-2o-0ui A Z U M E A Baiting Powtler. BRICKETT Sc CO.. 3V z ix xx fa cturci's , WATER ST., SEAR LOCVST. npHE PROPRIETORS OP THE M- Azumea now call attention to an article which, having the approval of phj siciaiis and rhsm ists vho have analyzed it, tln-y can confidently jeconimend, and warrant to be Pure and Wholesome, And free from all deleterious drugs. In regard t.. economy, the advantagesare many and great, si.: All the nourishing properties of the ll-.ur are pre served ; time is saved ; any oue who can mix Hour and water, can ina few minutes make a good loaf; the bread is not liable to la-come dry, n.oul.lv, nor sour; about half the usual quantity of butter aDd eggs, will suffice for pastry, puddings, an:. Families will rind the Azumea deirabie for nearly all pur poses where flour, meal, Ac, is used. Hotels, boats, and hoarding houses, can be supplied at rales that will make it the most economical article now- ubcd. Sold by Grocers generally. N. B. As tbe Azumea contains no alum, it will nut make dark or bad flour light. june22-lyr WEST REt El I'Elt 99 4IM1 lbs Mixed and Plain Gum Packing, 500 lbs Cotton Kope from S-l to 14 indie-., lot) lbs Gum N tolincb, IM Ilsi Gasket Bor.-id, '14 reels No. 1 Packing Yarn, 2 dez Gum Cutters. i doz Lauterus from 40c to ?-',.". SO It s Nos. l.O, and Flour of Kniery, 42 pairs Skill Oais. Manilla Rope all sizes, Twines, Marlin, Spun Yarn , -ic. For sale wholesale or retail at juneSJ SIHZICH SON'S. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS IT AR.DW mm "sales " of isco. mi l WELLS 13 FIRST STREET, .s llts Cdt P.I ' tr EBTJH- m M M.,e ut filled with NKW ptBreceijred within the last four weeks by sea, from KSGLAM' aud GKU51ANY. and by railroad from New Fng land M.VNLKACri KEKS. They Lave been pur chased, many or tl.ein, for CASU, and to M r. I. -CU.vNTS, GUfKJEUS and f KAPKBS, who wfch to pa; Cash, or prompt time la vers, ho can gi e his t suruuer thai they caa purchase their Spring stock ot him at the BOTTOM OF ANY F.ASTERS MAR KET (aimpiT adding freight.) Many gcauls are much Ui:ia:rELi IN PRICK, and MERCHANTS will Do TIIKM.ELVLS GOOD o call on him be fore tliev 1'iiv, nnd learn what the B'JTTOM OF THE MAKK ET IS. In his ample supply may be fonnd the following STAN DA M' GaioDS. 3000 Pairs WALKER'S and other, TRACE CHAINS. 5 casks LOG AND PLOW CHAINS. 50 doz Root HAMES. 50 doz Horse and Mule COL LARS, (GOOD.) 100 doz AMERICAN HOE 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 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 ing Knives. 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 1,000,000 G. D., S. B., and Water Proof Cans, ik. 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. 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. AtiBlKT fiiR-V.D 2000 feet RUBBER BELT ING, BEST IN AMERICA, on hand, 1 1-2 to 24 inch. TduETIIKlt WITH SHELF HARDWARE AND TOOLS of every description. BY Order execnted will, tin- uunoH care and promptitude. CHAKl.K S. WELLS, mrl3 Wholesale Dealer. JOHN A Klvl l ......... JtlHM A. I1ANEV -VEZ & HAAT . mr f e D 0 e ft 0 3 v 6 If O u C' 04J ORESCENT CITY POUKTE EVANSVILLE, IND. The proprietors of the CRESCRNT CTTY KoCN. DRY bag leave to inform their frienda laid the puh. Wc in general that they are fully prepared to make to rdi r all kinde of : ACHINFRY Needed lor Mills OT Man nTactdl la nf any khia. Having a preat varietv ot pitterria lor ILL ti K A It I iV ti , of any tsi.e, and STEAM ENT.INES. of ani' power leqrrirvd. AUo maniifactnrera of bltiTILLKKl ANDMlMNti M AOHI N EST, TOBACCO SOKKWa AND 1 ; N i II ! MALT MILLS; SASjj. MULEi AND I.MI'ltOVHD Circular Saw Mills, GUM MING MACHINES, IRON F HUNTS for House, CHINESE SUGAR CANE MILES, STEAM BOILERS IMPROVED LARD TANKS, Aud in faet evervthilip in the IRON rOI SDKY AND MACIfiNK BlINKSS. HR.it, c.isTi.yrd made to order. A LSD Dealer' in iMMia article of T11HES1I1KU MA CHIXES, .nd IVvei-' eojulete, ol tl,e latent iluurpred -ityle. IMPRDVEP STEAM GAUGES. GUM BELTING ANI) PACKING, WROUGHT ANI) WEEDED PIPE, EE A D AND COPPER PIPE, ANI) FIRE BRICK, All at MAM' K A I TtBESS' PKJCES. - ; t&tV lUatkaM l-rire nlnayn paid fo old METALS, Ai the old Stand I'.un-r l aual and ln;le utijel KE1TZ &. HAUKT. N. B. Workmen sent to ali narts to jut up Ma chiuerv and do repair in B.dlera. THRESHING MACHINES Always oa hand aud for sale. jeg