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LUME XII. EVAI'SVIIIE, IND., MOKDAT MORNING, SEPTEMBER 3, I860. NUMBER 308. IMS OF THE JOURNAL. r.... itr. ; 1 t. .i In II J 4ivert Isrrs ':, in their .wn n.n.-; r .1:. BeS-riM of ittber . i tT--.ments And .l..r m4 aivrrtiet-aieti-s with ei nt In y thm, ten: ' I'ivhs 0 1" ... a-hlteai nty-st r ftseetUate I i iV.Tt;iH Mttf fi well - I. ! id 'I ell. ti.ill eelea, 1 other v! rm, lit the awaal rete.. port, res. .1 niton, or ; . ..-dlair "t any , scs-iely, --.eiHti.n or pill-lie meetlug muni. t'l'-L ileeUrn.-.l turall s-Mss-fftst-of limit'-.! ol individual interest cmi I ilea. for ns an advertisement, acts for yearly advertising will nut I J unless an r.t- r to that effect U l.-ix at tut wheu -n t murol In less than a HM of the whole year will l rbarired. i advertisements hnftr, will lie j-uh-e expense ol the attorney orderinsr, and le for legal l-r.K-e-dlngii, but collect.!)!, time. irm for Job Work .ind trausteot wlver- CASH . PVM.IF.llFr. n- i v M M H MeNKCL V . - fter ". X. TIIAVKIt. uVw'i tMimi v., t ..". II Mc..tBIT. tmf t -faai.i-fcu.l Otynrwa IM'EB THE Fir. Of . ,. EVANSVILLE JOURr.AL COMPANY. Journal Buildings, Locus! SI., """ FYrf nil ll--.r. -1 S r a.l harlteri to amnau-ee III uauie .f John Brwr, of On mall Township, as a candidate f.r County O.mmlui.inir io the Third District ol Vanderburgh C'ouaty. Loral and Miscellaneous. OSIKJBSS LOCALS. Thr Mozart Hall Mfetliis; t e i rn tt I on. The Coker organ of Saturi it oes itito ;- conniption fits " over i i li ars or aofMmrimtJYi. I w i tt r x OS - . I I a 1 00 1 86 1 60 1 76 1H l 1 mt 8 9 SW Ttw7M ! Si 60 75 J5 I 1 15 I on i 1 so I mi .i j a io is no i a u i 4 m i 4 no So IT" 5 I 3 U0i 3 76 46l 5 26 "aw"'fa75 "o"oo f is 7 w PITm (J 4 50 6 00 7 50 0 uoTl06O 00 H 6 oo 8 on io oo i ot 4 u B W II SO UBlMHlia 8Tbree Kooms to rent. Keut cheap. Location d'-iraLlc. BBqtiire at this offi-c. aug 21-tf. Wastkk. At Bbop.cornerot'Sereuih ami I Walnut etreet?, two Journeymen Carpenters and Joiners. Nona but " workmen " need aPP'j- nuy. SO-lw. Be Read the advertiiement of Mfrri DoBBLt, & Conyxoton. This is tbe time to prepare pupils for Mke arhoob, and it will mornino; be a&tair ofFritlaj night at Mozart Half. The organ raves and nuiLs am trot bs at t'ir raoutb, on account of the terrible indignity ofi'ercd to Sheriff Gavin, Jim Shaoklia otber Douglas men, wlio iatnMted at a Re publican meeting, tor the j.urpose of kicking up a rasf, and clearing away onie of the censure which rests on their paity in conse quence of Judge Liw's continued failure to meet Judge DeBrulerin debate. The organ pronounces nearly all the anathemas on the pesky l.incolaites that are contaiaed in the Major Kxcomiuunicatioa of the Pope. And all this fuming and fussing is performed be cause the BepoMicaoa saw proper not to be disturbed at their own meeting. T lie Enquirer's pet .Smith Gavitt made himself Terv officious a few nights ago at Gov. Wilhtrd's meeting at the Market House iu magnifying overy word spoken by a Ora Daily. The pressure ou our col umns is very stroug. The old Journal was never so crowded with matter. We cannot publish one-fourth of that which demands notice. " Dead " advertisements are prompt ly taken cut, a large amount of reading matter is crowded in. vet much is reiccted and a squad of . , ... . . -r 1 . mmma w H.ir tli.it wafAnM t.in io2ort it ar i I COUlJ. Weareiuthe midst of an exciting con test, and must give lace to the mauy sub jects of moment that are constantly press ing themselves on us. We shall therefore NEWS BY TELEGRAPH. BY THP. K. a w. LINK. Exclusively for the Journal. Aos tt. Nkw York, August 31. The steamer I a-The Tribune states that Wrn. E Carrotk, from Havana via Xassau has ar- Dodge, a prominent American, one of thi nvei- most esteemed and honorable merchants of A letter published from San Antonio says I Xew York city, of the well known house of two incendiaries weie arrested atHenderson, : Pnelps, Dodge" & Co., also repudiates the find large quantities Of noisan was fnnnrl 1 prirrnnt Karnrain tnailo at fivrapnen t&WoKi. Ohio White SiLrut At the Millers morning, t adopted: whites. The total loss of property in Texas ! without so much as a single " value receir- - , i t i . i i. i ' ( i -.il J . I.V11I.CU1.U tlint. 111I1 1U rKKI'll . ( Ml III! Unit Ufhtifv nflr. n1 ' ti A Jl Z . A M ' f j f - VI J AAA Iwv .KJ J 11 IVlUlUi AJB1 A . .Dodge will vote for Lincoln. lers' and Distillers' meeting this on the negroes tor the understood purpose , Messrs. Brooks & Co., contrary to all mer the roltowing resolution? were of poisoning the wells and the food of the , cantile usage, sold out their stock in trade I : . ir.1 . . . . . i the distilling capacity of the country and sons have been hanged. consequently the production of high wine is far in excess of the demand, and, where as, it is apparent that in consequence of contracts at present existing for feeding, and of the excessive stock of hogs in possession, NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. have to make, in some wav, more room for lm" 11 13 "npracucaDie at tue present time ,. ,. j. , , ... f, . to limit runs below the present point with reading matter, and henceforward, until after uniformitv. andwhereas.it is the unani- tbe campaign close we will endeavor torn- mous desire of this Convention that such crease its amount. reductions as are necessary to place the busi- Uur advertising patrons need not fear, ness ot distilling 0n a paying basis be made the Convention. Yesterday evening a however, of being crowded out. at tha Aai;Ac . - . 1 1 . t . . ... . . . 1 C . ! I . T I . . . . " . I et them i,""' ujuicui. , ucreiurf, eira.yui, iouguis iicKei was nominated, the Resolved. That with a view to the Mrli- i II t : . . . , . . r.ull V , . ' " " ..vu, .... v . iium ..unuitk uiiuji hi men mtuia, nra i uum nuou uo est attainment ot tue advantage Douglas arrived at Richmond lastevenincr. and made a speech in the presence of twelve r fifteen thousand persons. There wa3 much cheering. i-(7t. hooks.- wk wot Lit Mk our young friends, the scholars f Evaus- PetLESBCRGH, Ya.. Aueust 31 The Tlll' ot to target that we have all the Bok.a naed Iki,la nmJ.' U . , , ,Q teir schools, and will be very glad to sea them Douglas Democratic Convention of North ! when ever they ar. buying, and will do our best Carolina adjourned last night. 50 counties : ,or tue with our iet thanks. were represented by 1 75 delegates. Bui - epU DOBKLL A CONTNGTON. ...... i '. . ... . i . i . . . . ' 1 uuim wujib luauc nu aoie speecn oeiore mw ho WW ire contenioln- district, in his sneech to-nio-ht I 1 . C .1 I C I .! U A .! .. l . .... . . ' 1 uiauc 101 lueui, n necessarv vtecan mtarye ; n:u a .rcuucnou ui iuns, tills toilllUll- esiiy BUVOCateu tue claims Of Douglas. our Dailv, though we wish to delay that ' iee recommend to this convention the ap- movement as long a, possible, for when we ' f.Tj ' l'm,.vah 'at New York, August 31.The fusion d ,.,ew, t, a ZZ 'r it will h re:Lep:re,seted! r Whlch hereafter of the Breckinridge Democrats in this State ; I 1- . . ( ' . " ; r J .waa, VO JWtU ALA A t J .Krv.a i wuiomuuu lulu.., i to ta lnc(aJi We w sh to defer this as wi interruption of the meeting. He wa3 very ! oa(! as -e ran sensitive to the slighest Republican whis- ; xbe JournaL Hke the enterDrisian- voun-r ! UU H18!0 represent, and meet at Cin- iointed to confer with all parties. WfLM. H-Jl-B TH KM f 200,000 No. 1 Shaved Pine Shin.Iea. all . teen inches long. 300,000 Mo. 1 Sawed Pin. Shiu gles eighteen inches long. Ia yard and for .ale by GLOVER, twptl-dJtw Corner Main and Seventh street.. Dissolution of Co-Partnership. rwnim co-jpjMTjyn ji ship uhuk- tofore existing between the undersigned, ua Bignify a desire to join in its advantages, with the Douglas and Bell rmrties for thn ' der ,h nsme" n1 o' M. w. roster a Co. cTSuTwei8bf itontstf ir rn texecnti; oy:nhrw of the c0n. -js committee whose duty it shall be to confer sidered certain. A committee has been an- ' funt the office of Geo. Fetter t UoT corner of per uien, yenie went, to Juuge iiet.ru.er s n;, .. ,unf . ins, :, iJf,.,i i ,i.. as r. .. . .. ... ........ I ' -.,- j. 6h - .u wissis. ar. - v.. are suppneu meeting win a crowd of Ins special retain- .luuan, ouiu. on me nrst euueiuav in February next, and earlier if such committee 50 11 25 15 00 18 76 22 60 -ft 'i : below First. 50 IB 76 I 17 bojai 25 I 26 AO 2 75 lio 15 ihi j olw" B5 00 30 00 36 no K) 19 JO H OH 32 AO 3 00 45S0 wttti all the Books needed tor our si hi.i.ls Their store in on Main street, east side, ju-t ATTENTiOfl, WIDE-AH.1KES. Co. A will meet on Monday evening, at 7$ o'clock, at Mozart Hall. A general at tendance is requested. V 00 22 5 j JO OO 37 60 46 M I 52 SO USINESS CARDS. NTAL HAIR BRAIDING! ets, NecklacHi, Watch Guards, FINGER RIXOS, Afcc, Ac, I. r. MUS. MAT. A. SANDKBS. ifstnut street, t. -t. Second and Third. INC. CURNICK St CO., SSION MERCHANTS AND IrKALlBH IK RIES, PROVISIONS, It ft III IU i'.Y- II J l I. HF.HT. K V .S VII.I.K. IM. HMITT & STARK, - ' Hlil Hetftll O '-i'-T'i iu , English & American R HANGINGS, SLIM AND PAPER Fixture, Cuitain Goodi, Gilt Cot r r - ftntl Pftrli r Mirror. aos Steele, :T. CHESTNUT & CHERRY, NSVILLE, INDIANA. ORS WINDOW BLINDS, tnnsKU i-Vjmmum, SSI. sV of ev.M-v descrintion constant. . Phckisaj Boxes of all kinds made to j affair from a citizen of Warrick s nt ..... Lin. I Hut... An tl. ilii.rr...l ' ym u.ii v uuiu nini iiir uiiifr anil Bay which is true. Hon. O. I. Morton will be in War rick, Vanderburgh, and Posey counties ou the 14th, 15th and 17th of September. Bbnj. Harbison, Republican nominee for Reporter of the Supreme Court, wili fill a long list of appointments in thi3 District in the early part of September, in company with Col. Allen of Vincennes. l'rom here Mr. Harrison will go up the river, accom panied by Prof. Miles J. Fletcher, Republi can nominee for Superintendent of Public Instruction. They start up about the mid dle of September. Mr. John Healy laid on our table : Saturday gome handsome specimens ot ' peaches. Our amateur fruit raisers on this ' prolific soil and genial clime furnish finer ; fruit than professional cultivators in less favored localities. As an offset to the maudlin effusion in the Knqvireroi' the 31st, signed "Lara," from Newburgh, justifying Hie ruffians for attacking a peaceable meeting, we publish a truthful and grammatical account of that J ust cons- ers.and iuterrupted the meeting while in pro gress ; tried to force Mr. Shanklin on the audieuce when he and his Iriends had been ; notified that no irresponsible speaker should answer Judge DeB. if Judge Law would not meet him ; and as we are informed called lor three groans for Lincoln and cheered vo ciferously for Douglas and others right there in a Lincoln meeting. The cheering the Enquirer acknowledges and boasts of. If the Douglas men had had enough regard for courtesy as to ailow the Lincoln ! men to finish their singing without inter ruption, and then had refrained from their i disorderly conduct until the President reg ; ularly dismissed the meeting, as ho tried to j do, there would have been no objection to Mr. Shanklin's speech. The Republican meeting would Have been closed, and he might iiave talked all night, if he had seen ! proper, ty making the necessary arrange ments with the proprietor of the Hall. But ie Douglas men, tad ou by our Sheriff, who J is popularly supxurj to be a conservator of ; the peace instead of a disturber thereof, in a ) most unwarrantable manner interrupted our meeting before it was closed, and broke j it up in confusion. The men who had the impudence to thus : disturb a public meeting, now have the an- ! dacity to attempt to throw blame on the Republicans for defending their rights and ! privileges against wilful and malicious at- i tack ! I 1 l! 1 D 1 PiTTS Can- 1 -, TL TT t . , oeuin.ii in tne march ot progress. v un a are sooner prepared to so meet, and then and j jic Canal, with 70 acres of land which has ! j return of "good times '' (if they ever , fix upon a uniform per centage of j been so long in litigation, was' finally sold ' ! come) we expect nothing else but a press of 'he capacty of each distillery to be run by auction here to-day, under an order of! of LocUHt street and Canal, and either partner is au thorize.! to use the name of the firms in liquida tion. M W. K08TEB, GEO. FOSTXB. ALEX. H. FOSTER. Evausville, Sept. 1, 18C0. YM. A. GWTN. advertisements troin our wide awake busi- : TrVWiW Thir in ti.o ;n;,,- .i.: I " - ... .u- VfJ.l.lwO w 1 una ness men that will compel us to enlarge the I Convention, it is desirable that shippers of dimensions ot the Daily. Well, all we have ' wines concentrate them for sale in as few t0.- , i...: e. u . I bands as practicable. , , , r , . ' .B,.l -Resolved, That receivers of wines in the irauj, suu me ioumai win extend liseu enough to give them a place. various markets, be requested to use their best endeavors to obtain at as early a period the Supreme Court, on the foreclosure of mortgage and in satisfaction of judgment in favor of H.H.Day, for $110,000, and was bought in on his account. Mr. Day will immediately complete the Canal, havine- the whole power ready for use next spring. JRa?It will be seen by '-A Card" in an. other place, that our old veteran merchant, M. W. Foster, is about retiring from active anl Kiv'nK w'th it the barrel is unprofitable commercial pursuits. He has accumulated. 10 lue manufacturer and altogether impro Fr A N' K VflRT A nrriKf '( 1 f kvT, as possible, a uniform standard of inspec- ; for clerk of Oonrt of Anr.l - n k tl0p ij., i , , ,. 68.05-. McClarly 45,076, Boiling 10,874, Resolved, That in the opinion of this Hopkins 804 1 . r . . . . li- i - . 1 " i.uun-iiiiuu, uiu practice oi selling wniSKV. Philadelphia, August 31. John P. Ver ree has been re-nominntarl hv t ha l?an..Ki;n by lono- years of toil and close attention to i -V .-uiuiiiiib. , una or me inird Uongressional District, oy ion years 01 toil ami close attention to I tllerg to InifriiCt their agents in the various Ex-Judge Kelly has been nominated bv the business, a competency to support him inh.s markets to offer for sale the whiskv and ! Remiblicans of the Knnr.h TZrZZjrZ Long may he live to enjoy it. barrel, each at its respective value, from and j long and excited contest of 63 ballots alter the time signified by the executive 1 CO.JPJH TJ'XB8MMf. Tho undersigned have this day formed a co-part, nershij) under the name and style of GEO. FOSTER A CO., for the purpose of continuing the business as cam-led ou by the late firms as above, and would solicit a continuauce of the favors so freely extend ed to them herefore, pledging their best efforts at all times for the interests of their correspondent.. Sept. 1st, I860. GEO. FOSTER. ALEX. H. FOSTER, sept.1 VM. A. GWYN. old age He has well earned it. A notice of " Dissolution of Copartner ship :' announces that, the Jinn of M. W. Foster ss Co., aud Ge. Foster Ic Co., are committee at its first meeting. Resolvsd, That it is the intention, by the action had and the appointment of an exe cutive committee, to render this orimni.a- dissolved bv the withdrawal of II. W Fos- ' tlo, permanent. ter and in"tli sum.. n a itfW. Resolved, That the president .( said exe- bARATOGA, Sept. 1st. Mrs. Garland, wife of Gen. Garland of the U. S. Army, : dropped dead in the street here last even- ing, while walking with her daughter. She had been in her U3ual health previously. rntive cnmmiifp. h.v. imica. .- .n i ... - c .. I .....x. i 1 - . ' ii ..ciauq. ..once imon.M tne puonc mat u game together whenever he t.iav .1.,, NEW i oriv, Sept. 1st. The steamer t .. c t. t ... it irom .ew Orleans via Havana i c j .. . r ., . . . .. . rj -- i 1 new uriu, unuer tue name ana style of tor me interest 01 the association, whether i George Foster & Co., is formed, comnosed : before or subsequent to the first Wednesday ! Tue Olasgoic, for Liverpool, took 130 pas- ; y l . ..t.t ... - .. 1 o o - r r r - of Gcortre Foster. Alex. H. Foster, and "ruary .--g-m mm ,t,ooo specie. Wm. A. (Jwyn, who will carry on the Wholesale Grocery and Commission and J Forwarding business in '.he old stand, cor ; nerof Locust street and the Canal. The gentlemen composing the new firm are well known as persons of industry, en ergy and probity. The old house will not suffer in reputation under their auspices. aprlS-ly .tu ol Jkiup A C. iisoN SQBinw. D & BURROW, HIII.IV..IIJ! HR. I..M ITS TS AND OAP3, net., i:VAXVIl.I.r..lX!) Bkhu's Commercial Colleire cotn- j mences to-day its fall and winter session. ' Its enterprising Principal has returned from j his tour Fast, and is ready to receive pupils . I and instruct them in a sound commercial LLIIN H. A x K , , , "AL WATCHMAKER I eJucatlon- u scfaool is well conducted, and 'mtand SycsinsreNU. deserves the patronage of this portion of :tentton paid to the repairing of it Iu- j he cYiimtrv lg, and FINK WATCHES. iuc wuuhi. ..I Welding OartU MOtfy WriUeu. " F ibb. The alarm of fire about half past i neJOH.VtiT9JV', WHOLE- ; nine o'clock on Saturday BUrbl as 0C a Uetail GROCER AND PBOVISIOW ! . , . . . b dealer in Cordage. Kails, Glass. Ok- i sioued by the curtains in one of the front , Plaster Pails, It., No. 128 Main I w;nrlr.-a ,.f lk TI. T. , .1 ti e Canal. Evausville. Ind. f.b28 T" i.u...-e lamianj lire from a candle placed near them by the person occupying the room. The Haines were promptly extinguished, the accident occasioning considerable excitement bat ap26 very little damage. 5. Q. SMITH, f? lit MANUFACTURER, 1 f" Remember Tom Coiiwin's speech ' 1 ' j here on the 8th of September, and circulate the news of it. Let us get a rousing crowd of the old ; Tin- Southern t'Hia in 1 1 -. Accounts come up from the South, in re. gard to the drought and its destructive effect on the. growing crops, which are truly de plorable. The drought is terrible in various portions of the Southern States, and it will be impossible there to raise enough food for the people of that section. They must ini- n February. Resolved, That the executive committee The Ak York, for Southampton and Bre ; of each State, have power to fill its own ' men, took 1 54 passengers and $300,000 in ; vacancies. j specie. Resolved, That it be made the dqty of the j p 1 executive committee of each State represent- hii.adelphia, Sept . 1st. A correspond i ed iu this Convention to open correspond- : f-nt . !ie Prt" announces that Mr. Doug ; ence with all the distillers of their reipec- ,as Wl11 oon Procct,l to Pennsylvania, and tive States, to ascertain the capacity of their I T a,lare3S a meeting at Harrisburgh on distilleries and the amount making at the . 7th' Heading on the 8th, and Philadel tinie of their report, and report the same at ' vUlA on the same -'veiiing; thence to Easton the next meeting of the executive com- : . oluer towns in the State. He will men return io -ew lork. rwjHK t . vim It tV.Vif , - M te rn, tiring from active commercial pursuits, so long and pleasantly carried on by himself and other members of his house (over thirty years) in South ern Indiana, would return his most grateful thanks to his numerous friends and customers for their many kiudnesses ; and in taking leave of his friend, commercially, he can with confidence rec ommend his successors to the patronage of his friends as every way worthy of their continued fa vors. M. W. FOSTEB. Sept. 1st, 1S80. septa jr. AT WHOLESALE SPRING SALES OF mo. CM I WEILS Oak Hill Ckmktkry Avencb. It is well known that a movement has been iu pro gress for a year or two, to open a broad, straight road to Oak Hill Cemetery, run ning out from Chesnut street ; a road that would accommodate a large portion of the city much better than the present crooked inittee. Resolved, That, the thanks of this Con vention are due Mr. A. Wilson, for the as sistance rendered us and the kind manner in which he has entertained this Convention, and that we recommend all the distillers in the United States to meet us here on the first Wednesday of August next, and bring their families. Memphis, Tenn., Sept. 1st Total receipts ot cotton to date 398,791 bales, against 325,000 last year. The stock on hand amounts to 1,709 bales. The following, are the emslh si Muanlt. ' poit from the Northwest, and how the poor- 1 one running out from Main street ; a road tee appointed : For Ohio, David Gibson of er classes are to pa; is the question. It t!ial would avoid the Railway track which Cincinnati, J. M. Turner of Dayton, aud R. ! seems probable that the North and West will I tlle otber crosses ; a road that could j ; MfKee of Upper Sandusky ; for Indiaua, , . hwom tt . nun ui .Vlliora, .-V. i. I.onu Ol ' be called on to give to thus i:.s.i:i.i. tt co.. Ivansville, Indiana, Wholesale Deal t and all kind, of Produce, Nails, Lime, Cement, Cotton Tarn, White Oil, Ac, Ac. Also, constantly on -k of Sash, Panel Doors, Ate, of all who cannot i much more easily be kept in good order than the present one; a road, finally, which would be a credit to the city, aud comport in appearance and comfort with the beautiful Necropolis, which the enterprise of Evaus ville ha3 provided for her ' loved aud lost." bay. The charitable ought to be prepared to open their purses in aid of their brethren of the South. If it comes to this, it will lie found that the Republicans, who are so muc.'i denounced aud despised in the Sou tin will be the first to step forward and gener ously give of their substance for the relief of De brought before the Board of County Com tueir fellow-creatures. missioners during their present term. It is Although we are cow in the midst of a ! camonage city, an on ; tor Illinois, R( Lightner Peoria, an eago ; for Kentucky, dk. II. Kvle of Madis- of Peoria, H. II. CMsU- of Chi- Jaraes Snvder of Pitts u org h, Sept. 1st m. River 5 feet inches by the pier mark and falling. Weath er clear and warm. Ci.ncin.nati, Sept. 1. River has risen 9 inches ; now 10 feet, 10 inches in the chan nel. Weather clear. Mercury 75. New Orleans, Sept. 1st, p. m. Com mandant Mcintosh died at Pensacola this morning. street. Evansville. Ind.. will 1 aud make to order every variety of pUe I Seat CHAIRS. The Trade supplied iioteis, steamboats and Halls fur- . j ,u ,, vr- ly to order. All work wartmuted. I to renilnd Wagon Boy lin,eB of 1840-'44 1848- 5'J, when he used R A. N I E HAU8""" ! l ta'k l countles3 thousands of Old Whigs " i,kalr in " j m behalf of Harrison aud Tyler, Clay and 9 Frelinghiiysen, Taylor and Fillmore, and j Scott and GrabaMj. Let us show him that j Lincoln and Hamlin, for whom he is labor j ing, have numerous friends in The Pocket. Petersburg. Mr. Donaldaon of Carrolton, and A. Keller of Cynthiana : tor New York, . Charles Tallman of Syracuse. Thomas ! The subject of opening this avenue will Clark of Buffalo, and C. Yv. Kellogg of New witl1 the city, spanning Pigeon Creek at the lorK; tor rennsylvania I'hilip Bushing of foot of the street from I'uuaaeipnia, wm. r. Thompson of Easton and P A A Mr. f Vm.;i!. - U.-l l a subject which excites a great deal of in- I F. K. Zigler of Lynchburrrh E. H Cla- ' & TaIor tue contractors for the construction serious drought in this portion of Iudiauat i terest, both for and against the proposition, , bough of Baltimore, and James Andrews of of the superstructure, completed their part ..... ... .1 Prarlrii-L- tnri 1 .. , . ana one in wuicli every citizen is concerned. ( , , --. 01 Ule worK on ba urday, and it now onlv .-... . .. . Resolved. I hat the papers throncrhout the . . . 1 I e shall recur to the subject again more at West and the Northwest be re"ueMed to ' remainS for t,,e embankments at each end length. 1 publish the above resolution. ! t0 be "-"-hed, when it will be ready for use. Tt'o bridge is one of the handsomest struc- 8Jlijoe Morton, candidate for Lieu- ork, Sept. 1st, it- The fol'owing turesof the kind we have ever seen embrac- , SHOES, HATS, CAPS, o. Jf.V STUKKT, EVANSVILLE, INDIANA KLIN OUAMPIl W. HABDIjf. KLIN & HARDIN, NEYS AT LAW, ASY1L1.E, 1HD. U HKJL H H TJ TU, J.VU business entrusted to them will re nd careful attention. Especial at given to the Collection of Claims in towM, via . Evansville, Henderson, oonvllle, Newburgh, Boekport, Can ton, Vincennes, Washington, Dover, ;h, and iu the counties in which said ted. I 'bird street, adjoining the Court Billy Baker raised a straight and symmetrical pole, 125 feet high, Saturday j night, at his father's residence at the head of Firststreet. Everythingwasgottenrea.lv and the pole went np without a balk. The American flag was hoisted to the top where it waves in the breeze in honor of Lincoln i and Hamlin. 11 rroviueiice graciously vouctisates us an adequate yield of corn our main depend euce to enable us to do so, our people will cheerfully give for the above named ob- ject. While the Republicans amongst us, 1 in self-defense, are compelled to resist the encroachments of Slavery by all Constitu tionat means, they have a warm regard for their Southern brethren and their interests. They would cheerfully shar.; with them in ; need their last dollar, or spill the last drop of their blood in defense of their just rights. This is the spirit whieh pervades the Re publicans, who receive so many unjust epi thets and insults from the : retaliation. In illustration of the extent of the ca ; lamity which is about to tall on the South from toe effects of the drought, we are told by one of our merchants who has just re turned from the fcast, that he saw and Franklin Avenue Briixie. This new viaduct, which connects the western suburbs 'igeon Creek at the which it takes its name, is now nearly finished. Messrs. White . IO I'lA . . ....... -. s 1 tenant Governor it will be seen in thia pa- i KiZrt Race 1 So" ' " f 150 th end r per, has made a list of appointments for the ! Garibaldians had embarked in Calabria, and ' "IIOn tWO 9oIid stone abutments of such a 14th, 15th and 17th of September, at New- were joined by 2,000 insurgents. with whom 1 nigut tuat the floor of the bridge is 50 feet After the raising, two or three songs Mptso-iyd'; were sung, and speeches were made by IKVn tn"L,U!B1-VtheIIyaMandJge Baker. Over 100 heard of Southern merchants who had gone !j-MJSISA - ! soaa were there, amougst them quite a to New York end other Eastern cities to -JtJM OiU VXi WUKJV.S, ! numDer or ladies, and there was much en- vansville, Ind. thususm. . of Stoves. Hollow Ware. Railings, A tb6 ClSe f tLe i'roctediugs, three A eramlalis, Balconies, and CVutings : cheers were given for the Crescent Co pper, Tin, aud Sheet Iron Ware. : v- . , , .... 7 Mam street, Meeker's Bnitd- '- ouuj, o assuieu in ouymg aud raising the pole. In the neighborhood of forty cheers were given promiscuously for n number of worthy objects. The boys fait good, and cheered ad libitum. surgents.with whom 1 '"(" '"at me noor 01 tne Dndee burgh, Boonville, Lamasco, Mt. Vernon, and ! they retired to the mountains. : alwve the bed of the stream. The floor is West Franklin. We hope our friends will 1 NaI,J'eSParati0n contim,t'd ot I perfectly level, and so firm that in running exert themselves in giving good notice of j Col. Cosing, with 4,000 volunteers had ' heavil a!onS 't (a severe test), scarcely a these meetings and getting Judge M. large , quitted Taomania, taking the direction of' Perceptible tremor is felt. The work has audiences. the main land. 1,500 men with arms and ' been done in a very enbstantial and work- Judge Morton will give his hearers as erTcomoellS S" : t South without i solia anJ instructive discourses as they gerted that two companies of d racoon have " lde mef-banicaI skill and ability of the have heard or will hear during the cam- ' joined the insurgents. builders. Some doubt has been expressed paig analy that tional conservative man, with no ultra prin- of the great force3 of Europe! Ciples ot action. n. His is one of the most logical and . 1 ne Austrian Marine Budget ia to be that the abutments are sufficiently substan- tical minds in the State. He savs all ' ,,,1 " 1V.u1m'Tn9 Honns- .. tial, but as they have already stood the test can be said on a subject. He is a Na- their negotiations forinch.dinc. Si . "! i ot twoyears time, and been subjected to the JOUl y : uem- Moulh Pisreon Creek promptly attended to. juuel0-6m. TosseiTs, PRACTICAL MAKER & JEWFLER, sxt door to Theodore's Exchange, t ANSVILLE, IND. B8ju's MfJia rmE viovb- 3 a resident of oar city, sod has been to be a skillful, scientific, and expe ian in his line of bosinees. 'ly asks the public in general for a petrciiape, guaranteeing that all work "ill be executed in a superior styte, o defy competition. JuneO-Sm y Sinzich & Son. ESALE BAKERS, Dealers In )AT STORES, btl. tHtt mm Serawr(. fl.r U H. -STHJ H U OJT ft, our Bay Mare, alwut 8 vers old rh, star in forehead, blind r left eye' return ber will be liberally rewarded 8. E. GILBERT 4 CO., No 4 Sjtaororc street. to purc hase their usual stocks of merchandise ; but after their arrival at the marts of supply they received such discouragiug advices from home iu regard to (he gloomy pros pects ahead, that they returned without pur chasing. This betokens a very serious state ot circumstauces. Hon. Oliver r. Mortou, Many of our readers will remember his masterly speeches in 1356. He made a splendid race then for Governor, nnd wa3 only beaten by the grossest frauds. If legal votes only had been counted then, O. P. Morton would have been declared Governor of Indiana instead of Ashbel P. Willard. Let us, in the " Pocket," do our share to ward giving our State ticket such a vote as will place B. S. Lane, O. P. Morton, and the others on it, in the stations for which Cess -sue it a ted. "The Enquirer 13 in trouble aboat what the Breckinridge men intend to do in the forthcoming campaign. It does not relish our resolutions Does it like what is good, what is honest? It it does, what is there in our resolutions that it can take ex ception to. We have been insulted, derided laughed at. We have votes. Are we slaves and fools, that at the bidding of every demagogue we shall vote ? The Enquirer wants to know what we mean to .loin "loc al matters." Our c onvention will show, and October will show the result. A Bbickiripc-a Ms uumhmm for lieutenant Governor, will , they have been nominated, bevond all dan address the people of Warrick, Vander- ger from fraudulent votes or any other snch burgh, nnd Posey counties, on State and means of defeating the will of the people. National affairs, at the following places and times. The public generally are invited to fej?- Geo. Sam. Houston has withdrawn I his name as a candidate for the Presidenev. pressure of several floods, and now appear ine India chamber ot commerce has without a crack and perfectly sound, they c,11SrencveSOl1li0nS VUB'" ! doubtless capable of outlasting the tim- currency scheme. The income tax had i f , 2 1 passed the Commons. Consoles reported f eVCraI bnd-es- The mason work i3 on the 23rd at.93 for money ; 93Jo7.93 1 for ccrtainly a very geod looking job, and we accouuts. Illinois Central and New York 1 see no reason why it should not prove as T'Vl1 adv:lnced- substantial as it appears. The bridge will The Julton left Havre on the 2 1st and the , . , arret on the 22nd. She has 300 tons of completed at a cost of about $40,000' merchandise and 225 passengers. She pass- wuicu considering the merits of the structure ed at 11 A, M. Aug 23, ofT the Lizzards, a . and the importance of the thoroughfare is SSf r,7ad 7 "v Ca"ne1' suPPojed ot an extravagant expenditure to be the Illinois from New 1 ork to South- jf UIt" ampton. . r Appointments r BenJ. Harrison nntl New Tom, Sep. 1st. The Douglas elec- n - - J""" J ,rietener tors at large for North Carolina are : R BeDJan Harrison, Esq., Republican P. Dick and Duncan K. Beale. The elec- canuidate for Reporter of the Supreme tors were instructed to vote to prevent the Court, and Prof. Miles J. Fletcher, candidate 13 FIRST STREET, WWJX UM8 r - J 4 IO 1 7 m K m'PJ H mm. li.hnieut niled with NKW GOODS -eeetve I within the last four week, by sea, from ENGLAND and GERMANY, and bv railroad from New Eng land MANUFACTURERS. They have been pur chased, many of tbem, for CASH, aud to MER CHANTS, GROCERS and TRADERS, who wish to pay ' Wi, or prompt time buyert, he can give his at tnranct that they can purchase their spring stock ot him at the BOTTOM OF ANY EASTERN MAR KET (simply adding freight.) Many good, are much REDUCED IN PRICE, and MERCHANTS will DO TUEMSELA'ES GOOD to call ou him lw. fore they buy, and learn what tho BOTTOM OF THE MARKET IS. In his ample supply may he found the followiar STANDARD GOODS. 3000 Fairs 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 1lxcs 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 Razors. 1,000,000 G. D., S. B., and Water Proof Cans. attend : Newburgh, Friday, Sept. 14th. at nigh:. Boonville, Saturday, Sept. 15tb, at 1 i si. Lamasco, Saturday, Sept. 15th, at night. Mt. Vernon, Monday, Sept. 17th, at 1 r. u. West Franklin, Monday. Sept. 17th, at night. Will the friends of our State ticket in terest themselves in i preadiug notice of the above appointments, and getting out good crowds ' This makes Texas certain for Breckinridge. Three weeks ago, the Democrats of Ann choice of a sectional President The sloop of war St. Louis arrived at San Domingo July 28th. The morning pre viously a Spanish frigate landed a number ot emigrants and arms and it is suspected that ... .. . . : . f . -a iruiK to recover authority over that section of the Island. There were for Superintendent of Public Instruction, will address their fellow-citizens at the tiraeB knd places following : Boekport, Spencer Co., Sept. 18th, 2 P. M rlinr M i c Vi i .ro n v, r.i - -...I j , ... ..u. (ir Hum u u;i:i;30iiip n..c rpn aja ,.f ,.i 1 r. - to erect in honor of their Presidential can- Mr Hughe , th , , Z 7 TT and of three vs... it 1 , ' ., a ' liaMe". tho present secretary of the com- StSsTtLV u 2 rTa ,rd Jrouace3 'Vs sia,ement3 as Ihenrunitnp -iihV u r Viuro P! ,thi3 b-V qUOtiK ,r0,n nJLIbartV ',Ur1" 8 A ' of the proceedings ,.f . the Board of Directors. Home, Perry- Leavenworth, Crawford " Corydon, Harrison Co., " New Albany, Floyd Co., " Salem, Washington Co., " Paoli, ( irange Co., Bedford, Lawrence Co., " Bloomington, Monroe Co., Martinsville Morgan Co., 19tb, " 20tb, " u 21st, " ', 22nJ, night. 24th, 2 P. M. 25tb," " ' 2Cth, " " 27th, " " th. ' 100 doz WALDR0N Grass and Grain Scythes. 50 doz BLOOD'S Silver Steel SCYTHES. 100 doz Superior SCYTHE &-MAXHS. 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. ACEXT FOR A -VP 2000 feet RUBBER BETT ING, BEST IN AMERICA, on hand, 1 1-2 to 24 inch. TOGETHER WITH SHELF HARDWARE AND TOOLS of every description. Orders executed with the almost care aud BDmptitnd. 'HA RLE.? 8. WELLS. ii-arl Wholesale Dealer.