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EVANSVILLE DAILY JOURNAL VOLUME XII. EVANSVILLE, IND., TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 14, 1860. NUMBER 291. TERMS OF THE JOURNAL Daily I'arer. ..f5 (0 " (Mnilen My tlio week fpayahlo to r;Lirieni)... lYi-Weekl;. Taper Hi 4 ) 2 (HI Weekly 1'Hiir.... Clulfri i-f It. ur more 1 W .Tfct prlviVgn f jaarlj rtTartjipTT in limited to their own iuuueuinte bmwet in their own name; and all advertisement;! fyl the benefit "f other persona, a well a leal advertisements and adver tineniunts of auction saleri, and advertiseme'its with S.e name of other persons, sent in by them, roust be iid tor at the mm) rales. na K, report, resolutions or ptocMkufl of any corporation, aix-iety, aiMxriation or pnMir meetlnp ind do communication designed to call attention to iay Biatter of limited of individual interest can 1 inserted, unless paid for jut an advertisement. Bt Contracts for yanrly advertising will not be lisc'sitinned utiles an order to that effect i left at he office, and when discontinued in lesn thin a 'ear. the price of the a lxde year trill ho charged. ggaJLegal advrt:.s.-iiients hereafter, will be pun ished" at the expense ot the attorneys ordei in. and lot (Vlayabh !' r legal proco iinxs. Hat collectable t our oiul tuuo. gsjLOv terms fi r 3oh Work and transient adver itenients are CASH. HJTI. S OE - Mi f"E U TJHItl . 5'H I i - i i-a. t Omm. j 1 ItrU .. j 1 l5 z m ST I m I n I -el ,o l i H 1-1 mil 1 I t An I I 75 1 16 t if"' 1 mi i a -is I - 'o East. 1 oo j i To i . ii : jjjj a.-o. 1 yn i 2 Mil jj i ft i i to in i 4 'JO Wt, k. 1 1 6 i :t 76 I 4 SO 20 ITlVto r t S 3 TB S (10 j "6 36 7 50 I h 75 Wt-t :Mi.(H flT uo 7 to tf no in ao Vo. " 4 iki ii tToo'l III oo'l T2 Bp'j 1 8 v77"f 7; fiuY 8 75 flfft ! i:r75; to oo'l 18 75 I SO I 11 86 I 15 00 ! 18 75 I SI W I 9R '. . I 8 .V" 12 75 17 00 21 25 25 50 75 ).. . lo "nil 15 no 2-1 no l'5 ''i : " I a: .;'. I 13 00 lt 60 2'l mi 60 39 J 45 60 Mi ' 1 l"' UO ! 22 on i :m ihi I :i7 5i I 45 no I W 'Q BUSINESS CARDS. ERSKINE, CURNICK &. CO., 0MMISSI0N MERCHANTS l,EA1 KltS IN' R0CERIES, PROVISIONS, ; till HI I M'J fV JStfl r. K.l Ij l. : 31 A IS STUEF.T, I j, EVANSVll.liE, IND. C. SCHMITT & STARK, W'iiolemtlt; and Uftail Dealers III rench , English & American ! A.PER HANGINGS;' MfJiHX AXU i'AI'Kll ti) Kml Fixtures, t'lirtlin (im.ils. Gilt (Jot's rur-.iiti Pill, iiivl nrfi r Mirror.. rt :nl .- Kirst i-tr.H't, Kv:msvilt', Iniliaim. erl'J-Iy J"IXjO.OS Stcolo, (M . risM)ii to mm k. MWHti) ST., BET. CHESTNUT & CHERRY, il'ANSViLLE, INDIANA. SI!. DOORS, WINDOW BLINDS, ,'wnls. T.iitl'S, ,fr.,i -r every l s.-ri.tioli iMlislant- j ti T.:m,t. rarKiug uom s oi an uiiaa maw u ( r. 8lagof tviry kiml ,'..iio OS the short- st j ire. uprlS-ly . rkaii, l.ntn ut'JmpifM A Co. Ua la nuo.i . READ & BURROW, bMMMH MtMM IM ioots cfc? Snocs, HATS AND CAPS, . 15 Mutest., KVANSVILLE, r4 W ILL.1 A II. A X K , ACTICAL WATCHMAKER, Tor. Plrtit and Sjraiuore Sl. irlienlar attention rjniil to the repairing of Slu- I, Kpftqff, and KIN E WATCHES. " YimHmg and U'mliliiu Card nt-nllu Written. " arlltf tmmmEMm .nrjoHjnTt. Wkovm- iwle and ..t:iil GMtOCMR AND PUdVlSIdN ni'lIANT, rti iiV r in Vordage, Nail., t:!ns, V t, 1'owiler. Hnster Paris, 4c., No. !SS Miiin 't, nc rir Hie Croeil, Evnn.villi', Ind. MM , msi.tKmM.M3 -., wJthk - ii- - r EvnliHville, Imlialia. Wlioli-wale Deal- iu Groei rieB ami all kinds of PtoiIiic, Nail., , Wliitt, tiiinu, t'satnent. Cotton Yarn, White , 1, Linseed nil, Ac, Ac. AIo, constautly on I a full stuck of Saub, I'auel LliKirs), Ac, of all : i. ai-lj E. Q. SMITH, CHAIR MANUFACTURER, I Market trtrri-t, Kvanaville, Ind., will i on haM and make to order every variety of and Wood Seat CHAIRS. The Trade ..implied weat rate.. Hotel., Stea:nto.ita and Halla f'lr ed promptly to order. All work warranted. "i-iy ttV I'. MILLbK. J. IIKNKT MKUAL'et MILLER & NIEHAUS, ltrM.rRlJ IS " C3-003DS, IIDUJ.S, Sll'iKS, n ATS, tAI'd, Ac. 43 .WrV STREET, EVANSVILLE, INDIANA r27 :s M.KUANHUN .ORAJIHKE W. IHRD1N. 5HANKLIN 3c IIARDTN, TTO RNEYS AT LA W, r . . A 1 l. I . r . . . f.. H, REJI. EUTJTH, .V1 - Notarial liuniness entnisttHl tutliemwill re- prompt and careful altenlion, Kgpecial at- j ion will beittven to Hie Collection of Cluims iu following towns, viz. Kvausville, lieudersou, , Vernon. Boouville, Nuwburttli, Uockport. t'au- . on, i'rincetou , Yinceunes, Wabhiiisrton, liover, , Peivrsburgh, and ! the. comities iu wliicli said is are it.-.l. VF1CK Third .treet, adjoining the Conrt .ett"'n-lyd , HKlNh.MFTKK. A. UELKLlNti. BltlNKMEYEU & CO., TJTHERN STOVE WORKS, Evansville, Ind. aniifarturom of Stoves, Hollow Ware, Railings, tf Fronts, Vvrandah-. H ... -.en. -. and Caetings -ueral, Copier, Tin, and Sheot Irou Ware. Sales Room: Main street, Mesker's lluild- Fouiulery : near Mouth Pigeon Cmk. ' Orders promptly attended to. junel'.i-tini. G. GOSSENS, ATCH MAKER & J F,W F LER, Jain st.t next door to Thwidof KxdWfira EVANSVILLE, IND. fR. vostn.vs ir.ts i' he i"io fs ly been a rraideiit of out city, and has hocn io U-.lK'...l to be a skilllul, scientific, and cxpe el workman in his line of luisines. a now kindly asks tin, puldic in tens. 1 lor a ot theii ptrciipe.irnarauteeinthatall -ork I lT liini will i exeeiit, .! iu a puperior Mtrle, in a way to ik-tv cimrH'titioTi. jinieii-oni 1 .JIERl li-I.S'TS, fHl'Mt M-V AND mtruoisTS. c are rrularly rtcoiyir.K additnilia to our stock 'kii;s, Mkdi. 1MK. I'liEatCAL, I'aints, Oils, Sana, Pkbiimkhy, and Fanci Ahticlrs, 'h wo are prepared to otter us the trade on aa I terms as can he pi chased iti Oinciiiuati, Lou ie, or St. Louis. e have in More l r toes at Kxtka Fi e Wiutb n, in ke-s ot S It s, .".o U.s, aud UK! fhs, wttiea re selling to the trade atlflanufaeturers' ! pri. es. K KLLKK .t WHITK. No. ''.' Main sjtreet. Jacob Sinzich & Son. HOLESALE 15AK.ERS, Platte rt io BOAT STORES, '.'ir St., tut. IKn mmtt net-motor.. 2 !( I 2 80 I a 60J 420 I 2 M I a no i ftfa j MmVWA. Ft'BLISHED BY I A Mrs B JMBEI Vmi6r. V. M. TUAYKR, irew'l liHinnt Mrtwifjer. JSv. 11. JIcNEliLY, Sp t lUe.lmni ail Dryirimit. CMIfcK THE I'lIOl OF TliK EVANSVILLE JOURNAL COMPANY. Journal Buildings, Locust St., H.lwttn Eirtt amft Walsr. Local and Miscellaneous. Bl'SINKSS LOCALS. &a& We call attention to the advertise ment in another column of "Boarding."' This is a good opportunity for any gentle man who may want boarding tot himself and wile. Cfefif During the present week, our citi zens can buy eiegatit clothing and furnish ing goods very cheap at Lyo.ns's, as lie wishes to reduce his stock before s'.-.irtinir fieaV'-Thanks to Fletcher Brown & Co.. corner of First and W'nlmit streets, for n delicious watermelon. TLey have more left of the same sort. fliStJ"" The Members it Teitipli; ot Honor Divieion No. 54, S. of T., are ri-qiiestid to meet at their Hail oil Water street this (Tuesday) evening at TA o'cloik. My order. T. S. Van VeGHtW, Rj S. Who Will Tkaok I An improved IHriti of 1 1 I acres, situated near the crossing of the. Pittsburgh & Fort Wayne Railroad, ami tbe Cincinnati & Sandusky Railroad, in II i' .i n i i.i'' (lliti A hit 1 r.O ilT3 I A' good Farming land in Poilc county, Wiscon- Pin, ftboUt 50 miles from St. Paul to trade for improved or unimproved property in this city. Enquire at the Savings Hauk, 1 First street. Bfej" Tin- weather is quite cool for the 8"i nd adrupnisiies the prtident to pro- i vide in time lor the sud leu changes in the I lemperaline, which one will const tntiy expe rience during the approaching Season.' We 1 don't know a belter iMsttsfc rt purchase neces ! sary supplies of Woolen gcws in, than at ; Hughes s. lie has a lage :'i lv pi. Cloths, CuataHres, Tweeds, and .Iiiims on hand, i which he is soiling at very low prices. lie has a good Tailor in his More, who will cut or iu uu ii fact ore tu order anv article of (J,.,,' or Hoys' clothing, in the fopst ap- proved style, In tkiikstim; fxTKLLraKxea ion Tfis La wks. I5y the latest arrival from the "Court of Fashion," Paris, the Ladies receive Un satisfactory intelligence tb&1 Hoop Skirts not only remain in vogue, but several new ami beautiful styles have recently been in troduced to the iri montU. tit' the many novel descriptions of Skirts that have just appeared iu Tan's, .Messrs. V . S. .t C. II. Thompson & Co., of New York, have re modeled several of the most elegant and ri -chcrche desigus, which they have already placed in the market for lSliO. Among ihe most remarkable skirts of this firm's manu facture, we notice the "Kugenia Paris Qoi e," the " Constitution,'' the " Southern Queen," the " Fairy,'' the " Parisian Train," and the "Zephyr," w hich the Ladies through out the entire country will not fail to ap preciate, as in their construction tbe man us fax turers have studied to produce, and have succeeded, skirts which combine lightness, durability, and elegance. The Messrs. Thompson, we understand, have recently patented the " wedge slide, " used by them exclusively, and which materially adds to the excellence of their Skirts, making them, in deed, superior to those of all other manu facturers. The triad already given to their ' corrugated springs," as shown in their dai ly use in skirts for months past, has conclu sively proved their superiority ovtr all spriDgs heretofore introduced. 3nT" We publish knot tier interesting let ter to-day from our intelligent and tvell OOtCO coiresiiotident, "fitiemer (.'ouuiy.'' Read it. It seems t'roin what OUT corres pondent says, tbitt our friend, Hicks is uot satisfactory to the Breckinridge nun. We foppoaa they don't like the way the Lriu- , crat pitches into them and culls them lni:t- ' ors, disunionists, etc. Hence they are going to contest the Countv Clerksh ip with hit i j and the Republicans. It will be an inter- : esting triangular fight, fur the crop ot" Breckites is pretty large this year in Spen cer. So we are told. There is an article in another col umn stating tbnt there will be ft Teachers Convention at Bowling Green, Ky., on the 21st, and 23d of this mouth. Our Greii River boats, that run regularly, win , take passengers up pleasantly and cheaply. ' A number of teachers ought to go from In diana aud Illinois, aud all such, w;.iu fifty or a hundred miles of here, shinild take , the Oreen River boa 16, fcfMr. DeWitt Laniphier has presented us with some grapes, a mammoth peach, and two monster green gage plums, that were truly delicious, and noble specimens of home raised fruit. They demonstrate the capabil- ' ities of our soil and climate for tine fruifs if I properly cultivated. Read the sketcli of lti Vf. Touipson's masterly speech iu favor of Lin coln. Mr. Thompson has nobly enlisted himself on Ihe right side, and will effectual ly aid the cause of free labor. Tlie Drmorratic Blow-out- Rockport Correspondence. Last night the Democracy were goiug to Rocki-okt, August lOtb, 1860. L.itak things generally " iu the way of a I . Editors Journal: The glorious pros tatas meeting to Jo honor to Governor ' pect for an immense corn crop, so flattering Wiliard. The Enquirer of Saturday gave a few weeks siuce, has been completely dis the Republicans fair notice to keep their polled by this long, dry, hot spell of weath eyei skinned for something grand. We si ! I er, which still continues up in this part Of expected a stunning time. the country. The earliest corn look3 best Monday evening rolled around. The I hear some farmers assert that tbey will Governor came and was escorted to the not raise more than ten bushels to the acre, Sherwood House by the Earthquakes or sowi; other " malicious " organization, to ! the music of two or three stage horns. It was an imposing sight imposing on the Governor's good nature. Well, night rolled around ; but we look ed iu vain for banners, transparencies, lamps, or wood pecker-headed Guards. Nary banner, nary transparency, nary lamp, nary red llaimel nitibt-enp was visible to the naked eye. This was ominous. Soou the Crescent City Brass Band gave the only cheer tan indication of the evening of life amongst the Demo. racv. Then foilfrwed i.uiwiir ill unci .liiu t li 111.3. ill. nai was brought up by a martial music band composed ot a tile that sounded like a penny ru" as muepeuueut canuiuates, out ii is un- t Lawrence, ami irom usfeMWD to i.nw- ' v, e have never listened to a more thriUiug whi.stle and two "snaae" ikoms poundeil i derstood lbat the are Breckinridge men, I rence, and thence south to the Indiau Tcr- h- olouuent and masterly conclusive speech.' by two infant drummers. They played the Kogue .s Mutch and' the Dr id March alter nately. The whole display,, leaving out the ('. C llniss Hand, was L umiliating in the extreme to the party. .... , , . hen we reached the Market Mouse, who should we see on thestaud but Judge .Moore a Hovey bolter, and Hh alien to the party for the past two years: also Morris S. Johnson, Ri., who has not g.t warm yet in itis new lintrghta nest. Tiie fpieslion irose very naluially, Where are the old De mocrats? Keho answered, " no where. ' Gov. Wiliartl. who nerinnl iu line spirits. tpri.,..u,ed to dilivc-r himself of his surplus lIe r.in rr a ll(,lir .uj lml- in tl(ade-stt which the words " Cons'tu'shn.'' i " Uhick K'pub Ic'ns," "State gov'ni'nl,'' j ' decrra'shi''t"itid'pend'nc,'' '-Congr's' 'Nitd' Slats, " -lid' cit.'its,' " nigger'qual'ty,' ' "pop'l r sov'rn'ty, ' anil other choice and ' abbreviated expressions were chielly promi- Bieqr: ; The Oiivenior "ave people to understand A Tkachkk.s' L'.viom Convention'. We distinctlv.Imthewan..over.ior,a.,dhft.lheUiarn,,'mt K heen com- ' I pleted for a Convention of Teachers, to be privilege ot the paidoumir and apj.ointmg ; heIJ at Howling Green, Ky., on the 21st, power. lie thought this s ould i.-toni.-h ihe 2 Jd. and 23d of the present month. The native,, lie made a lame defense ot the 1 ailuir is under the auspices of tbe Kentucky I'earuH charges ol con -tipnoi: made agatust the llemocrats ol lhe Slate tiovernu lent, and lauded DOUliLtS to the skit's, ulthoUL-h made auaiust 1 1 less th tn sir months ago he was abusing him like a piek-pocket. At the same time . hehoneved the Breckinridge men. The secret is, he wauts to go to the U. S. Senate next winter, and thinks he will do the agree able to lioth fictions. Put the Republicans wil! Save hihYtbe mortiRcation of defeat by his own party by electing a Republican Leg islature that will e'ect a good Republican as Senator. Bay less Vf . Hanna, R.-q., ot Terre Haute, was inlioduced by Mr. IL S. Johnson, and I was spouting away for deat 'ife until after j lock to a (neasrre audience. Dissolution. W. R. Kinney, Esq., of Henderson, the Hell-Kverett speaker on I Saturday evening last at the Court House, ! made a very eloipueut speech; said some beautiful things; used-up the lire-eaters and Breckinridge and Lane completely ; hi! old Abe slightly ; gave Douglas and the ' Sipiatters some gentle "love tap?,'' and, on Ltue whole, did himself considerable credit I as an orator of ability (though something i on the "Spread Kagle " order"!. Vet be ' spoiled it all by indulging i;i that ineffable nonsense about the Union being dissolved i in case Lincoln is elected. We do uot bc j lieve that a young man of Mr. Kiuney'a ' good sense believes any such SiiifT. It is a way fie has of frightening tbe limit! tr make tnern vote his ticket. After hearing him ! laflfc about a dissolution bringing the Canada 1 line right down to Kentuek-, and destroy i ing the Couslitutional guarantees that slave, ry now enjoys, we could not think that ho was in earnest. Dissolution .' As Henry I 'lay said, it is a remedy for nothing. The Southern people know it well, and will be the last ones to allow the catastrophe to take j place. If the Union, is not dissolved until jliieSou;h destrot'3 it. the institution will endure an indefinite time. Jvnoa DkBki i.kr returned on Saturday from his tour in Posey county. His pros pects are very nne there, and rapidly iui ; r. ving. lie will cut down the Democratic majority there amazingly. He makes friends and votes wherever he goes. The present week bespend9Hi Knox county. Judge DeHruler presents, "in his firm, consistent, earnest, high-toned jiolitical character, a great contrast to that of Judge Law, which is noted for evasiveness, uncer tainty, inconsistency and insincerity. This iiirjrc'.icc i.; tetliitg ell'cctually to Judge De- j Driller's credit ami .Tude Law's discredit. By :iie way, so notorious is it that Judge Law was a Van I'.uren bolter in 14S, aud a rabid Abolitionist in iS49, that even the the dead were all scalpod, and supposed the Euqvirrr c.muot deny it. That najier is other party to have been Cheyennes, Arra . .1 " , nahoes. ic who were known to have been . TTTE . ' " 'n aSa,ns 1,a tandtdatc. ApjpotMlnaenta lor Mv. Elbivortli. Hon. H. W. Ellsworth, by special tnvita. tion from the State Centra! Committee, will speak at ihe following places in Southern Indiana : Boouville, August ISth. New Harmony, August 20ih. Mt. Vernon, August 21st. Pojeyville, August 22nd. and not that unless it rains soon The Earthquake produced quite a sensa tion here the other day. A good many were badly scared, "is it shook hard enough the right ot way, and lauds tor depots and to make any loose thing rattle considerably I water stations. Gen. Aruey left this city A ,. r' to-day tor Kansas. It snook the top off one chimney and a few -. A corps ot engineers will at once procitd bricks oft of several others. to make a survey through Kaus and the All eyes are now anxiously turned to- ' Osage aud Indian country w ith a view to j wards those States which have or are about 1 the permanent location ot the toad through . to vote for State officers. The election of 1 the Indian Territory. The construction of J F"rank Blair causes much rejoicing among , this road will opeu the Wetem country the Republicans here. i with the Gulf of Mexico, and will open the ' The Breckinridge feeling in this County travel and resources of a large jiortion of the continues to increase. They have already I country in Kaisa?. the Indian Territories, ' LfliSIj?,o tairtield lor Ulerk orovrn 13 tiie present iiniii. lun-unu is wui u" t;iut i. i lie t .... . ..... u... :., , . ,!'!,!,. David T. Laird, who is the Douglas can- I t'.. . i. T :.!... i. . ..i i .. I '" uvjiaioiuic, iios .uieau.v tuui- ! menced work. He good lungs, and j likes to talk, but if he meets with the same j reception everywhere in the eounty that he i received at Hamilton's MeetinC Hoii.ie the e other night, be will think his usual luck in CettiuL' orlice still follows him. He had w . J some in ii3 circulated iiown tnrougn tuat ueigbboruood, stating that be would make a j speech ; gotout a very respectable audience ; ; when through, railed for three cheers for ( ins Idol. One or two voices weakly re-j i Rpoiided, when, as if bv instinct, the nuet- I ing rose, ulmost e;i masse and gave three thundering cheers for Honest Old Abe. Davy, Davy : if you cannot do better than that when you hare the track to yourself, what will you do when V hatch gets after you ? To-morrow the Bell and Everett men hold a county convention here, for tbe pur pose of selecting delegates to send to Indi anapolis. I am anxious to see who Ihe Hell men are ; so I shall be on hand, and rwhat they do and say shall duly be made known. Spe.ncbr Cocsty. 'vw ". .. I3', -An opportunity is nereoy exieuuea to ine teachers of Ohio, Indiana, Tennessee and Kentucky, to meet together in a social m in ner, and enjoy themselves in an intellectual feast. Such a gathering will afford ample means to form new acquaintances among persons whose pursuits and objects are alike, and whose experimental knowledge, im parted to each other, cannot fail to be of mutual advantage. An opportunity will also be afforded to tboae who may desire it, to pay a visit to the great Mammoth Cave, but a few miles from Bowling (ireen. The entire expense of the trip, including railroad and hotel fare, will not exceed 5' as tbe New Albany tad Jetfersouville Railroads have agreed to carry the excursionists at half fare. Teachers wishing to go on thisexcursion, '"' u" we" to Krwara tneir names to r.. A. liolyoke, r.sq.. .Secretary ot the Kentucky Association of Teachers, at Louisville, Ken tucky. We have no doubt that this invita tion of our Kentucky neighbors will be gen erally accepted by the teachers of this sec tion, as such an opportunity may not soon be afforded them again. &n. Times. What is Thoi oht of Mrs. Ore's Lette a. Col. Orr's letter has taken his friends here very much by surprise. lie has al ways been considered a staunch friend of the Union, aud latterly also a friend of Doug las. His open declaration iu favor of Breck inridge and Lane, and of the secession of South Carolina, iu case she is joined by Alabama, (leorgia and Mississippi, immedi ately upon the electiou of Lincoln, without the commission of any overt act on the part of the Republican administration, is deemed an effort to outbid Keitt for the United States Senatorship. Wash. Cor. X. Y.lhr a.'.t. A Charnbersburg (Pa.) paper states that Dr. Delauey, the colored delegate to the International Statistical Congress, whose presence was remarked by Lord Brougham, was formerly a resident of that town, go ing from there to Pittsburg, and thence to Liberia. The DltltS Scon Decision Rr.v u the ) Cuoc.Nii. A colored man iu this city a few I days ago, brought suit against one of our i citizens for trespass, the fact being that tbe citizen went on the colored man's prem ises ana shot his dog. The case coming on to be heard, n Democratic lawyer of this i iiiy, uioveu me ciiun in uismiss uk sun, for the reason, that under the Dred Scott ' decision a negro could not bring suit in any of our Courts. It was rather a staggering Understood e,o-"o pint, still, we believe, the Court herself,'' aud refused to dismiss. This we thiuk is running the Dred Scott decision in the ground. lrre Uantc Express. Thru Husmuhd Dklawakks and Potto wattosiies Killkh. We learn from Mr. Davidson, of Ir.dianola, that a painful ru mor was brought to that place on Saturday last, by a returned Pike's Peaker, of a se- vere Inilian tiirlit, some three weeks since, on tbe Solomon, about one hundred miles above Fort Riley, in which about three; hundred Potlow attomtes and Delawares j were killed. The informant says he passed ' directly through the scene of the fiht that in tliat vicinity at that time. The murder- ed Indians are supposed to be a party of some tnres or lour iiunarea t onowatto- mies, lialf breed, and Delawares, that went from this vicinity a short time previous to 1 the rumored battle, tor the purpose of hunt ing buffalo. Among them were Messrs. L'Flumbeou, Beaubien, Ogee. Darling, and several other prominent Indians, well known in this vicinity, who accompanied the eapelition for the sake of the excite ment and pleasure which it promised. Topeka (Kansas) Record, Aug. NEWS BY TELEGRAPH. BY THE E. W. LINE. LINE. he Journal. J-JLUlUbiVtuy i.UI lUU (JUUiUiU. - - J. Judge Arra y, in (Jcuml T and Washington ' of Kansas, has filed ! Office the necessarv in the General Laud papers to obtain fbo right of wav for the construction of a rail ! road through Southern Kansas to connect with the Galveston Railroad in Tcsns. The , Commissioner General of the 'and office has, in conformity of the law of Cotigre?, granted the necessary instructions tor' the : laud offices having control of the lands through which this road ill pass, to reserve and the States of Veias and Arkansas, which are now of eMincr ttive little viltif, bv the ' ; construGUon ot u K:i!ro;i t wnnctiniy wui , iuv iirtuiiinoi iditi t. a Ktyrr in Uili:fU:iU IU t """j i wiiiiiiinnii mi- i ci.is iw'i. It is believed that millions of dollars will f l... .. i i. i ... i. t . i . .- . 1 . . uc auucu iu ,uuj ui ,ua ci'iuu jf, noui the mineral resources which have not been J and cannot be developed without the means of travel and transportation, which the ! nresent enterriri.se is desi.'npii tosnri'nlv. II i o . i - Thaddeus Hyatt, of the city of. Vow ! York, is here on his wuv to the Went. It I - I - . . is saia ne goes io Kansas to enquiri- , tbe condition of Uu people "I 'ffrai I ry, who, it is reported, are on the ' starvation, from failinc; crops. 1 he statement th t a suit had Nm ii inti- tuted against the Sergeant I -A rin - bvMr. Hyatt, is erroneous. BM internum is to prosecute in the Slain Tourist he individual Senators who voted for Ills iuipri.-jumeut. These suits are now necessarily delayed, I. is counsel having been instructed Lo deles tlient until bis return from the West. St. JosKi u, Aug. i;;th, p. it. Tho Pony Express with San b'ram-ii-ii) dale, to I ho 1st ist., arrived here at '2 o clock. iu uemocratic suite lyentrai Lommitiee appointed at the last State Ccnrention, met at San Francisco on the SMjth and 31st, and ' after a long discussion, in which it was en- ' deavored to avoid a split fn the party, by ' holding but one S:at? Convention, and electing bat one electoral tfcket, it Was found impracticable to act hdrfnonlotrsry.- Twenty-six Committeemen '.cere for Breclt- : inridge aud teu for Douglas. The former ' have called a State Convention to uutuiuate ( an electoral ticktt on the 11th of Septem ber, and the latter will hold tin ii Conven tion on the same day. A Breekinndge ratification meeting was bseld at San Francisco on Saturday evening. 1 It wfis called as a IVmocratic ratification I meeting, and the Douglas Democrats at- j tended in such numbers OS lo be able lo vote down all the ratifying raaolrwiima It H now alleged that the Douglas Democrats j are taking courage throughout Ihe State, i and feel confident of carrying the mass jjf , the Democratic votes with tiiem. A movement is on foot to call a UeU and Everett State Convention lo electoral ticket. uiiiialc an i air. Lincoln, lie preteiTcti rue uiiier. lie Baltimore, Aug. I8tii flfrninntrl Irani, had no combination to make, with Dem a member of the City Council from the I ocrafs, he had fonght them during his whole First Ward, had a ditiL-ulty last night, at ' political life and he intended to continue his house with hi brother-in-law, and fue l j lighting them. Mr. Thompson BIrJ that he a shotgun at him, which took c :!',. L on a regarded Mr. Lincoln as the representative brother of his intended victim, uanicdJoun , of the conservative element in the Republi Wil, killing him nluiost iustautly. Banoou, Me., August 12lh, I860, Gov. Seward of New York arrived iu this city yesterday morning by the sti .'aim r H is!t r, and was received on the rtbarl by crowds of citizens. He was waited on at Ihe L.ingor House in the morning by the Wide Awakes and an unusual crowd. He spoke a tew min utes, after which lion. Hannibal Hamlin, Hon. J. P. Hale, Hon. I. Washburne atnl Gov. Morrill were loudly called for .and briefly responded. Mr. Seward leaves for his home to-morrow morning By the cars via Boston. To HON to, August 13th, p. m. While some men were excavating Dear the old fort in this place, they discovered the remains of 13 bodies of British and Amgrican soldiers, who were in the war of 11 2. Several bui- tons, bayonets ami epaulettes were aj'gu found. One button has tLe mottoes of th Pennsylvania rangers on it, another is mark ed U. S., another Sth British Grenadiers. A few American coins were also found. ExoBt the position of the bodies, it is evident ti,;lt. they were buried in a trench, near where tbey fell. Gen. Pike and two hundred Americans and a nmnt-r of British were killed near this spot in 1,-il::, by the explos ion of a powder magazine. New OiiLEAJis, Au; rible storm on Satin iti-ed ITU damage to properly, -riir .i,,r rr. The schooner Omn from Mobile was lost ; the passengers and crew ware saved. -t 'rncrnrcvi :e. ir.e irrni ins or t ic M-.S- (;,,1f r R the -jt,T rose 1,1'fr 1 feet, submerging: the entire place and car- ' ark . N. J.) Mcrcurt says : It is an enconr rying away every nonse except one. Bu- ' aging iudication of the campaign that the tween 3." Dd 4D lives were lo-L young men are rallying in great numbers. The steamer "Bietttmle, from Havana on and with uuliounded cnttuisiasiu, to tbe sni Ihe 8th, has arrived. She rejiorts having ' port of "Honest Old Alie." Thousands, exnerienced a terrible hurricane ia the Gulf, w ho, in 1850. were deluded into the belief aud was compelled to lay to 48 hours. The city of Havana was healthy. Sugar buoy ant at 81 (n 8.1 -reals. Stock at Havana and Matanzas was Mi quiet. The steamer Chrfe arrive? at Havana, Irom era Lruzou the nd inst been a severe hurricane on l There had coast. Miramon's army had been routed by the , Liberals in attempting to escape fro: La- i gos. At the latest accounts Miranion was at P Leon, surrounded by the Liberals. Robles had abandoned Jalap.-. The principal towusiuthe Vallty ol 'ilex ico, liad risen and prtiuounced lor tin- LiberJH als. The S pani h Minister threatened tl bombardment of Vera Cruz. I Doi'Clas preyed Congress to intervene Cincissati, Aug., 13th, p. m . The river ', to force slavery into Kansas, Nebraska, and has risen 2 feet, 4 inches in the last 28 i Now Mexico, nnd now says Or Ogres must hours; with 9 feet 4 inches in the channel. ! not intervene to put it out. He is for non Weather clear. Mercury j intervention only against freedom. Cincinnati, August I3th,' p. . Mc Dougal delivered himself to the Canadian ' 11 'lt'll-i,-l"-r - nY S.' .. , 1 I.... L f I. . . T 1 on me same grounds as Montagu. JK- Iongal claims the $25,00 and it is report ed that he will bring suit for it. ' . New Orleans Market. 1 Ntw WM Au- 10 r- M Ffcova Inactive, and the demand local and limited at o 25(5 30 lor superfine. Mess Pork In lair demand, and the market firm at 22 UO. l-Aiiu Is nominally uuchangod. Nyiii- ing of iaiXirtance doiug. lUcoi. In good deTJflud aud juices ad- vancitig; Boned Sides 13, ami clear do at i-ic. c-uouiueis uticiiaugeii. MUoyi uuii at l ac ror iiocuucu. , ftirtiAR fccarce, aud tue supply not being eipial to the demand prices have advanced to bc for fully fair. Coi'KtE I'nchanged and quiet at 1j(() I lCc for fair to prime. CnEKftE Dull at 0,tc. SiGUT Exciiaxue Uu New Vojk h.is do- , cliueil to(i?J prcm. , It.AV. Thoui(ion's Spccefa. Gut fellow citizen R. W. Thomnsou a l- tl 1 til an immciHt' audience nt thr dnn t ' IIOIKP 1 H Lllii l-liV in :ll Until V evcniHir. . . i was one oi .nr. inouipsou s great speeclies. , lie reviewed the political histurv of ihe. dil- i . . . .. , ' i . iereut parties Irom tneir lust organisation to the present luomcut, throwing at ail tiiru..-, and upon evory iiuestiou a flod. of. I ligut. 'lie showed that the Democratic party . L..1 ... i,.i iv,n, 1 ....,:.,,,:. , f I '.' ... I'...., .t .11 .' l 1 1 iiiii vui. ..r....i.:i dicre-arded the decisions of the Suortmc iWh ri,. cm-n'm .,,.. i,..,i. ;.... .n- WUllll. 1 , ' ...1 I" V . 1 L UIJU11 ...IL.l I. . i . Kit in g)0-ving terms ot Abraham Hincciln. Re said Mr. Lincoln Was an boaes.'a'ad aii ftfe man that he knew him well, having served in Congress with him in 1817. He i jd that everything now favored the clcc- i tion of Mr. Lincoln by the pfopte, and he did not Jeshre to sec the election thrown into the House, j lie reviewed the present political coudi i lion of the Mouse of Representatives, and show ed that if Mr. Lincoln w ;is not elected I by the popular vote, the House would never ! elect, and the Senate would select a Presi dent irom tiie candidates lor ttie ice 1 res idency, and he would probably be Joe Lan,e. He asked the people whether they would prefer selecting their own President, or bare the Senate of the T. nited States do it for 1 them. He said that he had no fears of a dissolution of this Cnion that was tlio demagogue cry to frighten tiaud men. He said the election of Abraham Lincoln to the Presidency would not dissolve the Cnion, it would still be preserved, but the cry of disunion would be raised on every Presidential contest for years to come. Mr. Thompson said be waa a I'nion man, and that as a member'of the Baltimore Convention which nominated Mr. Bell, he had determined to vote for him, but he was not iu the market to be bought or sold he was not to be transferred at the will and wish of scheming poliiieians he did not want to buy any person, nor did he wish to be sold. If the Bell men in Kentucky or any other State desired to make combina tions with the Douglas and Ilreckinridge wing, he should wash his hands of it tor 1 : vcen Mr. Douglas and Breckinridge and can party. That he, was a consistent con ; servative man, aud if elected President I would, he had no doubt, do equal and exact. I jnstice to every section of the country. We will not attempt a further synopsis of this great speech perhaps the ablest of Mr. Thompson's life. It was bold, eloquent, sit ii If.io i n -1 ilro inilpnon.lont tnncferlv- 5 it was t.ikeu complete lv a 'proficient pho- I noT-trilier we bnne In be able inn few ilavs r y- ' logive ttie entire speecn to our renders. We exnrrt to be able to oiy,. the words: j but the eloquent action, the exact pror.un I ciation, the thrilling accent, and the clear, ! ringing, swelling, enchanting voice of the ' sneaker, we cannot put on pr.per. To feel I the full power of Mr. Thompson's eloquence, I vou must both see and hear him. T. II. I Express, 1 in writes. Sxqdus rito.vt Ibex a Kb. Dr. MurraF ; to the New York Observer regarding the exodus from Ireland. The reasons which he assigns lor the excessive cmigra- t 1:1. I i - c M..OU WM.cuuaa oeeu guiutuu ,or so may vearsare: 1st, That it is very ililhcnlt ti r farmers ot small means to secure enough ; land for cultivation, to occupy their time 1 and support, their families. Jd, The last j few years have been marked by such pros 1 pei ity that poor people have been able to ' lay up more money with which fo transport ' themselves to other lauds. 3d, The multi tudes who have already left Ireland are per suading their friends to follow them. 4th, I Many are leaving to get away from the ip; i flnence of priests. Aud oth, A large uuui j ber emigrate simply to better their eon I dition. The Voi .Mi Mkx Fo:t Lincoln. Tiie New- that Millard l illmore comd be elected, are no longer willing- to support a decoy ticket ; besides, the voung men have every confi- i dence in Abraham Lincoln, knowing that ' one competent to raise himself from the 1 humblest and most obscure, to tbe mo3t cle- vated and influential position in society, i.i fil to be eOtruated with the reins of Gov- eminent, and will not hold them amiss. Lincoln is, emphatically, the choice of tbe young men. and their earnest enthusiasm wi ontribute largely to his inevitable fuci'ess. TW movement made by the New Allmnians to remove the free netrroes who have been living there, has had tbe desired effect. Twenty-one left Friday la.-t for the Nortfr. and others wiii follow. into this narty, giving it as his settled opiuiou IU iiU tl'w t'ii. Ui rilllrvlUii 1 lliiun. Territo- ' that Stephen A. Douglas would zcl ust one ,! ' -u- ' vv; ? Vllia did, tor-.1:- " i 'mmjimiJMSmirmfm r8oo. He siioke clodiieutlv of Joliu Hel .' . VI i ,,,,,.. i .... n,; firi l.iv of Jul v last. Inwa from tbe Washingtoa correspond ence of the Cincinnati Gazette; The Breckinridge nominations in New - VurK etKH-tuanj d,surpo.nt e raicuiauow ot au-v Bo!rand Douglas traders there. Such prominent Americans as E. K. Jewett or York effectually disappoint the calculations Bpffalo, Hon. G. R. Babcock, Hon. D. L H- r i it Iii.t 1 SI.Tttr(r.a ; ii vflifr-i. W 111. veheniTOTTvnpporfrd FHlmore m !&, are now stmngrf P' Lincoln. In 1856, 50 papers m New York supported Fillmore, now onlv six support Bell and Everett, MARRIED: On the 13th int., at the rideucf. of Mr. Jobs E.lmonJ, in rrilon rr.unhip, hy Jnlitw Cntlett , Mr. Avnrvs Kotzwciub to Miss Etn i j.m sieikiiso. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. " Gret tlio Best." THOMPSON'S CELEBRATED SKIRTS. ... "'. (v ' , -irtrr Novelties fOT AutUHHl, 1860. TIIE Kt'OKNIK PARIS tiOISE. " fMiwuir. uf 1 I1LKN yl KEN. FAfnv. PISTSIAVTItAtN. 4 T- 'fnV.lMtlHSBtp T C 'iil rt'ti li In tt Pnriri:iQ iliis. Mn- , Hfai-tun T'"; " ',',1 ""' " ' I . ly by iu lrora 1 liomjioiT fatrnt ,1 CorruRktril Sjiriogii nml Iuiniitablo lid... L'vi rj- kirt stamped with our nmo mark. thr Orowri. For Hale evorywhore. Tiie lit t is ili. clirai - t. W. (. Ot 11. THOMPSON CO., lUtiiu 33i BtnadWiW, 1. T. , ,.. line; I, trcni t!ie Siirkinji Fund, the property vrted k soenriry lor such loads, will lie adver U dlihoiU lie; J5th i I Septem ler lie x t, to be Bold on Saturday, ;'e Mh day ol Deceiriber next, a ugl 1 I t,i A w K. IH'MONT, Pres't. no I wiriMiuj tlad ccod l.oardin in a privato l.nnilv. wiiuiri live mtnuteti' walk ol the Fost or Bce. For i ai ti. ularv enquire at this office. anir.14-.ltl E3 E. DE717 SPRING " SAIaES ' OF im. 13 FIRST STREET, IgWJtfi ' .1 I'. ti tr trm EHTJ R- JtSL iisuiu. i.i iiliod Hli MOW tiOOI8 receive? witbfnolhu last lour wuoks lo, sea, fri m UNiiLAND aud (ittlHANV. mi l .y railroa.1 Ironi New F.ng laad MANTJKACTUBEKB. They have been pur chased, man v of lhein,fr CASH, aud to M Kit CI1 N'I, li'lidfLllf a.nsl TKADKUS, who wish to pav . er j.- - ' t, ; f, lie can jrfre his at mrenen that llteyian piil'lfiii their spriug stock ill him at tin. UQKTA1U t-K ANV HASTliBN MAR K KT isiuiec. , filing frefaht.) Many good urn much lil'lM 'le' IS I'KICH. and M KBOB ANTfJ will DO TI1:MS!. I S LillOll to call on him be f retli'-. l uv. mi I iearu wli.it tlio BOTTOM OT Tin: HARKjE t i. I n his ample mpplv ina he tennil the followiag BTa-MaW ttummes 3G00 Pairs WALKER'S and other, TRACE CHAINS. 5 casks LOG AND PLOW CHAINS. 50 doz Root HAMES. Q 02 HOI'SC and Mllle 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 O. AMES', and others, Shovels and Spades. 50 doz TUTTLE'S Hook Tooth Cross-Cut Saws. 100 doz WELLS', (Hunt's) LiDDLIlCOtt'S and Collins Lippincott's 1 A 1. OJSMM : A TTTTATT"C TT-rf rn a ! GOZ HUIMX O at,CalS. 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. j mTr T7ATn7TC , UUU X i.j-ijjl juniiiu, English, and J. Russell & Co.'s AIVIJjKIUAIN . 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. Also, 100 dos 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. ET-W ttT 3 Tr A T7 Onlroo i OU WOOU X CWt0' Q . 100 Grind Stones, lo tO Oil in. 200 dOZ Scythe STONES. i 1 cflfl rQZ BUTCHER S i lleS. 20 cases OHIO TOOL CO.'S Planes, reduced prices. AOXUVT WIUAM 2000 feet RUBBER BEIT LNG, BEST IN AMERICA, on hand, 1 1-2 to 24 inch. TOUKTIIKR W ITH SHELF HARDWARE AND TOOLS of every description. IWi'-i i ii ! ll with th utmoBt care and ,.,omi.uni. CllAJtLKS WELLS. 1 rli Wholesale Dealer.