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A S II T A XJ LA:1!
Ssfunl.iy Mernl :, Kot. .3,1858.
Proclamation by the Governor.
Ia cornplinnce with a Joint jRcolatioti of the
Gfiioral Assembly, I, 8ai.vo P Crash, Gover-
or of tfi Bute of Ohio, hereby appoint l hura
Ctj, tb 25th any of November, 1853, m
day Of t 4 t 'i f 1 r i - . r r T . "- 1 !
Tftonf ff(crnf fttf Prosft in Almighty God I
" Aad I earnestly recommend to the People of
tbe State the doe observance of that day by
vbsuoence from ordinary Ubon; by pablio and
privst offoiin tf prdise and gn.tito.de for tbe
multiform and manifold Blessing and Benefits,
National, Social and Personal, which God hath
been graciously pleased to bestow npon us; and
by frrveut prayer that lie will cause 11 in Goo J -rsess
to abouud yet more ond more towards us,
rot;ctiug oar whole Country from foreign ene-
luiel and domestic distensions; distinguishing by
Ilia Favor, our State Institutions of Govern-
rneul, Education and Benevolence, and conduct
ing each of os through blessed ways of Peni
tence and Faith to tbe glorious Consummation
of Earthly Hopes in Ileaveuly Rust
S. P. CHASE, Governor.
A. P. RUSSELL, Secretary of State.
Th Illinois Elkctioh. The returns from
Illinois show that the Legislature will be politi
cally divided as follows: Senate Dooglus
Democrats 14, Republicans 11. House Pong
la Democrats 40. Republicans 35; giving
Douglas t majority en joint ballot of 8. Scarce
o Administration Democrat elected to office
ia tbe State I
:Tbe Congressional delegation stands 4 Re
publicans to 5 democrats.
The Stte ticket is involved in some uncer
tainty, bat the last information received indi
cates that the Douglas interest is triumphant.
The struggle of Douglas for the legislature of
Illinois, promises after all to be a somewhat
barren one. The claim is set op with a tolera
ble show of propriety, that the Buchanccrs have
seed left, just enough to hold the balance of
power, and defeat tbe aspiratious of the Little
Giant. Should this turn out to be tbe case, the
prospect of a further struggle, and further
amusement between the President and bis foe
Bran is graciously refreshing. Douglas is a trump,
wiley, unscrupulous, vehement and tireless, and
wi'tn the hallo of triumph which surrounds him,
is influence will be potent in subbuing or wiu-
insr. to bis interest, anr moderate sinouut of
opposition; while tbe President is a full match
far his foemaa i all that pertains to corruption,
and backed by the patronage of tbe executive
office, be may be able to out bid the Little Gi
ant, and have the pleasure of snubbing him at
the moment pf confident success. Whatever
might be the result of such a struggle, tlio
pleasure of watching its progress, we trust will
not, by any untoward train of circumstances,
be denied as.
IIocsb or RCTaEsesviTivES.- Thus far, eigh
teen States have chosen Members of the nest
House of Representatives, with the following
result, as appears by the figuring of the V. '.
. 18J8 . 1858 ,
' SUUf. Bucheu. Anti-Buck. Hlieliinu. Anti-Bueb
MMMChUMlU 11 . 11
Vermont 8 8
Kew York 13 91 4
New Jersey , S 2 S
Pennsylvania ..14 10 4 ai
Ohio 12 S 14
Indian S S S
IllUoia. ...... S 4 .. 4
Michigan. 4 ......... I S
Vt iseouein. . . . S ,1 J
loir. t ... a
Clitoraia 1 . a
IMUOT 1 I
8outh Carolina. . S e
Florid. 1 . 1
Missouri 4 T
Arkansas 1 I
. Total, wtwss m as m
Opp. ahead 18!4. . ... . 20. Now 73.
Notk. AVe class tbe (21 nominal Americans
from Missouri with tbe Buchanan men, as also
Messrs. Schwartz and Montgomery of Pennsyl
vania; Messrs. Hickman of la, Uaskin and
Clark of N. V,; J. G. Davis, of Ind., Adraiu
and Riggs, of N. Y., with the opposition. The
five Douglas Democrats just elected from Illi
nois, we have not ventured to class at alL The
two members elect from California are undoubt
edly anti Buchanan, but two others are likely to
be elected next year, who will pretty guruly be
Buchanan men. and will Drobablv have the
regular certificates. In that case, the two just
cuoseu cannot take tueir seats.
The Stales which have not yet chosen Mem
bers to tbe next Bouse are represented in the
jresenl House as follows :
Stat, Anti-BMhuu. Burftsma,
" Minnesota .
Fitness or Tbimss. The last Warren Chrtm
icls contains extracts from a letter written to
tbe editors of that journal, by our ueigbbor of
tba Sentinel, In which, after re-anertiug his in
nocence of any complicity in the ticket arrange
ment, "printed at night" at the Sentinel office
Mr. IIowelij says :
"livery politician amonj Mr. Giddiug's
friends ia Jefferson, and throughout tbe
County, did all be possibly could to ret out
St good, vote for Air, Hutching."
. A Iso s
if'As to the labors of tbe PreFS in that
direction, I very freely submit whether the
Hetit'mtl has not done more than either of
the other 'papers of this County, or the
Crvui, l thullcugc comparison in this
.- This is eminsctly characteristic. After giving
every encouragement to the irregular candidate,
and flhuckline over his prospects of success
doing every thing that be dare do, to fritter
sway the vote of Mr. IIctcbjxs, be now turns
round, and tbrorgh tbe medium of that gentle'
man's friends, crsveoly seeks to make terms with
inn by such protestations of bis honesty aud
fidelity as have quoted. This is cerUioly a
very fitting finale- to a transaction, which, in
the space of tires successive weeks, has beeo
ti the same eolumns, first denied, then admitted,
sad then justified t
jt-T- The majority by which the lion. JL B.
Wisuueaks, Rep, (selected to Congress from
the l.t, North-west district of Illinois, is repre
sented to be 9.500, the Wgost kuown , to have
boeo given to any other candidate la tho re
' I i ahus, stall Lecompton in the Westchester
comity district of N. York, is said to Us slact
J by a mjj;ity of Uo vUe. .
Tna AT'.Ttf Cm.a Awaks. A telegrsm
from Volenti reachfd Ihiik1oi'oo the night of
tho 20th, stating thiit intelllgiMe aignala were
again being received from Newfoandlond -thro'
the calilo. The signals were very' distinct," and
the" words were "" Daniel's now in Circuit."
Authority was at ont given to use the Dauiells
battery likewise at Valeutio, In bis letter to
the press announcing the gratifying fact, Mr.
Sftward, Swrotary of the Company, snys:
This however, though encouraging, must not
be regarded as a permanent stale of things, as it
is still clear, there is a serious fault iu the cable.
A Valorous Admtmstbatio!. Our coicm
porary of the Mahoning Register, calls the
present a war-like administration, and enumer
ates as follows : "It has waged war on the
Treasury, on the remnant of Florida Indians,
the Free Stato men of Kansas, Brigham Young
and his wives, various Indiun tribes in Oregon
and Washington Territory, the Camanches of
Texas, and the "Little Giant " of Illinois. U
is now sounding the note of preparation for a
big war on President Lopei or Paraguay, who
ocenpics a mud town iu Sooth American, six
hundred miles from the ocean." Our cotempo-
rary might have added, by way of relieving
this dull picture, that in one of these wars, at
least ho has not been discomfited. Mr. Bu
chanan's war npon the treasury has been a sig
nal one, in which all the qualities of waste and
devastation are without a parallel. While he
lavs his mnny misfortunes to heart, the spoils
which have been the fruit of this warfare, will
go far to sooth the poignancy, so likely to arise
in the Contemplation of the steady defeat, which
has crowned every other effort of his administration.
The Republicans of Wisconsin have lost one
of their Congress Districts on personal grounds
Mr. Billinghurst, the present Republican mem
ber, bad been twice elected; he is a good but
not a great man; some thought he should not
have been a third time a caudidate, and houce
coldness and disaffection were prevaleut.
RicscLTor tiikIsdiaja Elkctio!. Tbe Dem
ocratic State ticket is elected by about 2,500
majority, and the Auti-Lecompton majority on
Congressmen is 8,505. Tte three Democratic
Districts give 5,014 majority, and the eight Re
publican and Anti-Lecompton Districts give
13,579 majority.' Tbe Democratic majority on
CongreRsmcu In 1856 was 6,227. Tbe Legisla
ture is close, the Anti-Lecomptonites holding
the balance of power in both branches. ' In the
Senate, there are 25 Republicans, 22 Lecomp
ton, and 3 Anti-Lecompton Democrats, ' In the
Uouse, 51 Republicans, 45 Lecompton Demo
crat?, and 4 Auti-Lecompton Democrats.
Minnesota Election-. The Winona Repub
lican of Nov. 3d, professes to have full returns
of the recent Election, and says tho next Le
gislature will stand as follows :
Renato, 18 13
House, 49 31
A Republican majority of 17 on joiut ballot.
TuAMwoivixo. A day for the observance of
this festival of gratitude, has been fixed by the
Governors of Maine. New Ilampshire, Massa
chusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticat, Maryland,
Illinois, Iowa, Alabama, Mississippi, Michigan,
Missouri, Wisconsin, Vermont, and Indiana
upon the 25th iust. New York, Pennsylvania,
and New Jersey settles npon the 18th. Why
is it that we cannot have some, uniformity in
this natter, and by fixing on the samo day in
the several states, give to this jubilee that
which so many desire, a national character f
The proclamation of Gov. Chasb, will be
found in this paper, recommending tbe observ
ance of Thanksgiving festival on the 25th inst.,
ia common with fifteen other States of the
Union. What a savor will that be, which arises
from tbe tables of sixteen States, ludened with
the choicest creature-comforts of the land, min
gled with the offerings of grateful praise from
the hearts of more than half the citizens of this
great Republic, to send up to Him that supplies
us alike with tbe bread that perisheth, and the
bread of life, aud nnnrisheth us with that lov
ing kindness which is belter than life ? .
It is stated that there has been a "flare op'
between the President and J. Glanc? Jones,
the question being whether Jeho should go to
Austria now, as tbe President wished, or wait
and see whether the Senate would confirm tbe
appointment, as Jehu wished assurances from
the Douglas men, that tbey would not oppose
tbe confirmation, settled the matter. .
The "Last Writings" of Ira Stodi has made
it advisable for his sister, Sabau . Littles,
now iu Sing Sing State Prison, to give a state
ment of her knowledge of the murder, of ber
husband, Chas. W. Littles. On Saturday last
she made and signed at Sing Sing, in presence
of prison officers, a full statement of the mur
der for publication. Her account of the horrid
affair shows up Iba Stout in all his deformity,
and fully fixes upon him all tbe guilt laid at his
door by the public. It is eveu mtimsted thut
money was one of the motives leading to tbe
New Rocti to California. Tbe New Or-
leans Picayune of the 27th ultimo announces
the departure on that day of tbe Quaker City
for Minaiitlan, as the pioneer steamer on the
transit route across the Isthmus of Tebouute
pec. This root it is confidently claimed, will
shorteu by eight days the passage to California
as compared with lb Panama route. The
steamers on this rootu are to leave New Orleans
on tbe 12th and 27th of each month. Oa ar
riving at Minaiitlan an iron steamer takes the
mails and passengers up the Coatzacoalcos to
Sncbil, eighty-seven miles, from which point the
trip is made by stages overland, a distance of
one hundred and twelve miles, toYeotoso, on
It is rumored that several of the Anti-Lecompton
Democrats, just elected, are ready to
give io their adhesion to tba Administration on
all other issues, ia order to conciliate the South
for the advancement of the iuterests of. Dong
las. Arrangements have beeo completed for
uniting tbe Richmond South and Washington
States to form a new Douglas Organ.
Gerswt Smith's Yotb ia N. Y. was not over
flattering to bis vanity. It may amount to some
9,000, which is little more than a scattering
vole. -- '
f&r Tie Philadelphia Evening Bulletin con
tains some remarks upon the increased demand
for tobacco in tbe old world. Ia France alone
tbe demand baa gone np from 913.000,000,
which it stood in 1639, to $19,000,000 in 1840,
to 924,000,000 in 1850, aud to $35,000,000
1857. It is possible that tbe demand may reach
$50,000,C00 ia 1860. The same increased de
mand has been goinjr on io Eogliiiid, Germany,
anJ many other of tt European States.
lUrunu-nvs jt'ATTRif Sovfpeiontt,
The teleirrribhic di'patch to the N. X. T "'-
bunt, stating tliat the A ashington I nw
had c$i out in a i nrticle openly rcpadi
ating the doctrine' of .squutter sovereignty,
was the roost important political announce
ment which hns been made since the declar
ation of the Supreme Court, thnt "negroes
have no rights which while men are bminj
to respect." Siuco tho despatch was ptib
lished.j the nrticle, it5olf has appeared. It
is ijaite leiigtliy, wtriten with great ability,
and in a Far different style than U16 Union's
usual i tudy editorial, leading to the con
clusion that it tit the production bf sotpe
member of the Cabinet, and is endorsed by
the whole Administration, as of courso it
must have been, by the President, or. it
would never hnvo appeared. ' '
Tlio write contends that the principle
of squnt tir sovereignty, as generally tindpr
stood, never did have and never can have
any existence iu the Territories ; that one
of tho great merits of the Dred Scott de
cision is the total extinguishment which it
gives to this dogma ; thnt said decision ut
terly annihilates the idea that there is any
original jurisdiction or legislative authority
in the territory, and asserts that all author
ity therein is rt;tir)coming from vilAout,
and not Inherent in Its Inhabitants or tribu
nals. .' . "
'' A valuable span of horses, belonging to Mr.
Paykr BailCt, of this town, were stolen from
his pasture Saturday night. 'They' were found
Monday evening near Lockport, Pa, in the pos
session of a reputable citizen, who suid he took
them up about daylight Sunday morning. They
had doubtless been driven to that vicinity, and
then abandoned. Rrporler. ,
The Chicngo Tress of the 9th,., publishes the
vote, official mainly, of nil the counties' in the
State except nine. In these nine not beard
from, it gives tho vote for Governor, in 1356,
and the footing shows a Republican majority
on the State ticket of 4,047.- ; ' .(,:
Iowa. For the first time in its hietory, every
department of the State of, Iowa is Republican,
with a clean representation in both Houses of
Congress Grimes, already elected, taking the
place of Jones in tbe U. S. Senate after the 4tb
of March. ' '
Foreign. The steamship Circassian, of tho
Gal ay line, arrived at St. John's on Saturday
evening last. Her da'.e3 are to the 27th olt.
The steamer Gorgon arrived at Plymouth on
the 22d ult. rrora Halifax and Fayal, having
been engaged in taking soundings for a new line
of. Atlantic telegraph from' Newfoundland by
way of the Azores. The submarine - telegraph
between Dover and Calais, had ceased working
from some unknown cause, but communication
with the Contiuent wa3 still kept up by way of
Osteod. The steamship City of Washington
took out American subscriptions to tbe stock
of the Galway lino to the amount o0,000,
which, with the amount previously receiveu, ex
ceeds the required capital. The steamship East
era City was destroyed by fire at sea on tho 24th
of August, but all on board except one passen
ger and one engineer, were safely brought iut
The Frazcr River fever has eulirely subsided,
and the miners are eonjiug" home, disheartened
Sailed The Uuitcd States Ship Van-
dalia, from the Marquesas Islands, to the
succor of the crew of the ship Wild Wave
who were wantiug relief on the island, of
Oneo. The Yandulia in its voyage visited
the little islnnd llooahoogah, where were
found six white men three Americans and
three Englishmen who had lived there
fourteen years, and had been iudeutified so
long with the natives as to have uo wish to
leave the island.
The report of Court proceedings sent ns last
week, came to baud too late for insertion. ' We
are grateful for such favors, and hope to hear
from our correspondent again.
The charges laid at our door by tbe ITon. J.
R. Giddisos, in the article copied into lbe
Ttlegraph last week, have not been sustamet),
and the proof we asked for has not been sap
plied. If this position is satisfactory to hint,
we are not disposed to complain.
The English are stated to have secured
from Equador the vast region at the upper
waters of tbe Amazon, along nnder the Andes,
which they are preparing to occupy with all
the means and men, incident to an exteuded
scheme of colonizatiou.
Trot between Flora Temple and Reindeer,
at Jackson, Mich., on the 10th inst. Flora
winning tbe three beats. Time 2:34, 2:34,
Ho. Joshua R. Ginnixos, delivered a lecture
ai ou Ijouis on oionuay ntgni last, wnicn was
well received, with the exception of an allusion
to the Dred Scott decision, which was hissed.
Kiixino Witches imthe Choctaw Xa
tion. Our friends aud neighbors, the Choc-
taws, must be degenerating, for we under
stand they have commenced killing witches.
or rather wizards, as all that have been
killed are of the mule gender. , One man
killed three whom be said were witches,
wsereupon some one said he was a witch and
killed him. We fear killing witches rill
not stop until the Choctaw people quit their
suite ana uecome reconciled, luey are
now far behind the times, and if they do
not settle their dimciilty at the present
council, they will never catch up with the
times, unless tbey come under the Cuicka
saw luws, for it will be evident that they
are not capable of self-government. There
bos not btien a murder among the Cuicka
saws tor thru vtkt.
Chic. and Choc. Herald.
Mr. Morpby, the cheHH e'mnt, hns reeom
meuccd a match with Uerr HaYnvitz, who
has already lost two games out ot three
witn Dim. Jiut anothtr German, llerr An
derson, the victor in tbe Chess Tournament
at London, is to come from Breslau to spend
tbe Christmas Holidays, to avenge, if he
cau, the defeats that old Europe has suf
fered from this prodigious child of the New
oi iu. . ,
1 ' '
Gov. J. W. Deuver, having resigned the
tne rxecutive office of Kansas, has resum
ed bis position ss Cirnimissiouer of - Indian
Affairs, Mr. Mix yielding that office and
reverting to his original post a? Chief Clerk
of tbe Bureau. , .
' fi .;. ,
StfMToa SewARn, to a recent speech at the
city of Rochester, so- ins t have addqd to his
stock of 'iputation, ond eftpomd himself . to the
animadversions of 1U opponents. Thc-ie how
ever, are but the mere carping, of tmutl eplte
nicral politicians, and only serve to show that the
gathering stream of public sentiment which is
surging along io Its course with Irresistible and
portentous force, and driving slavery to surren
der one position after another, rendca that
chosen by Mr. Seward Ihs more prominent and
impregnable -The spocchis a most able exposi
tion of the' issues, which 'divide-tbe two (treat
parties of the country, ih! presents in a maitter
ly manner, the ground upon which the g.eat
battle of 1860 is to be fought. There is no
temporising about Mr. Seward. He meets tbe
question of slavery' extension squarely. Tho
Republican platform of 1856 is broad enough
for him, aud ho seeks to add no new or extran
eous plunks. The speech entire should be read
by every Republican. We regrei we have on
ly robin for bis closing remarks.
: After reviewing the position of the Demo
cratic party, past and present npon the slavery
question, Mr. S. said:
I think, fellow citizens,, thnt I have
shown you that it is high time for the
friends of freedom to rush to the rescue of
the Constitution, and that their very first
duty is to dismiss ; the . Democratic Party
from the Administration of the Govern
ment. hy sliull it not bo done 1 All
ngree that it ought to be done. What
then shall prevent its being done ? Noth
ing but timidity or division of the opponents
of the peinocratie parly. ; Some of these
opponents start one objection and some
another. ' Let us notice the objections brief
ly. One class say that they cannot trust
the Republican pnrty, that it has not avow
ed its hostility to slavery boldly enough, or
its affection for freedom earnestly enough.
I a.-k iu reply, is there any other party
which can be more safely trusted J Every
one knows that is tho Republican Party,
or none, that shall displace the Democrat
ic pnrty. But 1 answer further, thai the
character a nd fidelity of - any parly art de
termined, iierccstarily, not by its plelees, pro
grammes and platforms, but by the public tr
igtneies, and the temper of the people ivhai
they call it into activity. Subserviency to
Slavery, is a law written, not only on the
forehead of the Democratic Party, but also
ia its very soul. So resistance to Slavery,
and devotion to Freedom, the popular clc
meula now actively working for tbe Repub
lican Party among the people, must and
will be the resources for its , ever-roiiewing
stiength, and constant iuvigoration. ; . .
Others cannot , support the Republican
Party, because it has ht t sufficiently expo
sed its platform aud .determined what it
will do aud what it will not do, when tri
umphant. It may prove too progressive
for some and too conservation for others.
As if any party ever foresaw so clearly the
course of future events as to plan a univer
sal scheme for future action, adapted to all
possible emergencies. Who would , ever
have joined even the Whig Party of tbe
devolution, if it bad been obliged to an
swer, in 1775, whether it would declare for
Independence in 17 76, and for this noble
Federal Constitution of ours, in 1787, and
not, a year earlier or later. ? The people f
tne United states wil be as wise next year,
arid the year afterwards, nd even ten
venrs bence, as we are now. Ihey will
oblige tbe republican Party to net as the
public welfare anu the interests oi justice
and humunitv shall recuire. through all tbe
singes of its career, H t'ther of trial of tri
umph. ' " '
Others will not venture an effort because
they fear that the Union wonld not endure
the change. Will such objectors tell me
how long a Constitution cau bear a strain
directly along the fibreif of which it is com
posed ? 1 Ins is a constitution of Freedom.
It is being converted into a Constitution of
Slavery. It is a Republican Constitution
It is being made an .Aristocratic one.
Others may wi&h to wait until some collut
oral questions concerning temperance1 or
the exercise of the elective franchise are
properly settled. : Let me ask such a ier
sou, whether time enough has not been
wasted ou these points already, without
gaining any oilier than this single advan
tage, uamely : the discovery that only one
thing can be effectually done at one time,
and that tbe one thing which mast and
will be done at any one time is just that
thing which is most urgcut aud will no
longer admit of postponement or delay.
t many, we are told by faint-hearted men
that tbty despond ; the Democratic Party,
they say, is uuconquerable, ond the domiu-
ion ol Slavery is consequently inevitable.
1 reply to them that the complete aud uni
versal dominion of Shivery would be intol
erable enough wheirft should have come
after the last possible effort at escape
should have been mado. There would iu
that case be left to us the consoling reflec
tion of fidelity to duty.
But I reply further, that I know few
I think know better thnn I the resources
and tbe energies of the Democratic Party,
wliich is identical with the Slave Power.
I do ample prestige to its trdiuonal popu
larity. I know further few 1 think know
belter than I the disadvantages and diffi
culties of organizing a new" political force
like the Republican Party, and the obsta
cles it must encounter in laboring - without
prestige and without patronage. But not
withstanding all this, I know that the
Democratic party must go down, and that
the Republican Party : must rie into
its place. The Democratic Party derived
its strength originally from its adoption of
the principles or' equal and exact justice to
all men. So long as it practiced this prin
ciple faithfully, it wus invulnerable. It be
came vulnerable when it renounced it,' and
since that time it has maintained itself, not
by virtue of its own strength, or even of
its traditional merit.-, but because there as
yet had appeared in tbe political field no
other pnrty that bad the conscience and the
courage to take up and avow and practice
the lite-inspiring principle which the Demo
cratic Party hud surrendered. At last the
Republicau Party bus appeared. It avows
now, as tho Republican Party ot 1800 did
in one word, its faith and its works, "Equal
and exact justice to all men." liven when
it first eutered the field, only half organ
ized, it struck a blow which only jiiht lull
ed to secure a conipleW and triumphant vic
tory. In this, its second campaign, it has
already won advantage, which render that
triumph now both easy and certain.
The secret of its assured success lies in
the very characteristic which iu the mouth
of scoffers constitutes its great and lasting
imbecility and reproach. It lies iu the
fact that it is a party of one idea ; but
that idea is a noble one an idea-thut
fills and expands all generous souls ;
the idea of equrlity the equality of all
men before human tribunals ond human
laws, ai they are all equal before the Diviue
Tribunal aud Divine Laws. ' ' 4
I know, and you know, that a revolution
has begun. kow. au(j au tj,, worj
knows, that revolutions never go backward.
Twenty Senators and a hundred Keprcscn
talivf s proclaim boldly iu Congress to day,
sentiments and opinions mid principles of
freedom which hardly so many jiietp even in
this frcsj State dnred to utter in' their 6n
homes twenty years n go.' While tho Gov
ernment of the United Slates, under the
conduct of the Democratic Party, bus been
all that tinio .surrendering one plain and
csstle after another of Slavery, the people
of the United States have been no less
stoadily aud pcrsevoringly gathering togeth
er the forces with which to recover bock
again alLlha .fields .and all tho castles,
which have been lost, and confound and
overthrow, by one decisive blow, the betrnyr
ers of the Constitution and of freedom for
ever. , , , , ., ""'
We snnex an abstract of a Speech recently
delivered by Senator Hammond,i of 8. C. at
Charleston, who is well-known as a Southern ex
tremist. The tenor and drift of which is in
such singular confirmation of the positions of
Mr. Skwaro,' that it forms a tolerably appro
priatcjloxology to Mr. S.'s declarations.
Senator J. II. Hammond of South Carolina,
the man who is supposed to wear the m.intlu of
Joux O. Calhoun, who created so much excite-
ment throughout the country by his speech iu
the Senate last winter, in which' he denounced
the whole of Northern laborers as "mud sill."
of society, and who has been justly regarded as
the most ultra of Southern Fire eaters, ha re
cently mado a speech at Charleston, which i
regarded as very, important in every political
point of view. He reiterates his early opposi
tion to the principles of Squatter Sovereignty,
as enunciated iu the Knnsnn-Ncbraska Dill, and
says that it "led the South into the delusion that
Kansas miiht be made a Sla ve Sltite, and in-
dweil it to join in a false and useless issue, vhir.h
has kept the whole country in a turmoil for ihe
last four years, and gave fresh life and vigor
to the Abolition party " The Lecompton con
stitution, he says, ought to have been kicked by
the South in the Grst instance, and be is not at
all displeased that Kansas has refused to Come
into the Union on such terms. He proclaims
that the "great body of the Southern people are
not in favor of disunion considers tho ascend
ancy of tbe North secured ; Ibo re-openiug of
the Slave Trado impossiblo ; and asserts that
there is no more Slave Territory to be bud, as
Cuba is "forbidden fruit," according to Mr.
CALHou.f.'aud Mexico and 'Central America,
owing to tho character of their popnlation,'
would be sure to come iu as Free States. " He
thinks that the North may still be ' trusted ;
that the South has gained much iu the recent
contests ; lhat Slavery is firmly established :
that agitation ou the subject is not to be renew
ed ; and finally, that ' if the South hat any de
sire to remain in tlie Union, and control it, she
as her safety requires that she should, in some
essential particulars, if she does remain in it,
must conciliate her Northern allies."
33r Donoti estimates tho period of his com
et, which made us so UrvlliuM u visit, at only
thirty years. Its velocity ia so great that a
planet like ours in its course would be Involved
in its Dudeas in about five minutes. What a
hurricane that would be t Imagine a wind
sweeping acrowour entire earth intivu minutes.
Weatero papers are johilunt over the
sncce."sof the sorgbo culture at the West. -The
Davenport Times states that one farmer
has-made syrup at a cost of sixteen ctuta a gat
Ion. Iu many places in the stale were apples
abound, the old-fasuioued ciier-niills have been
used griud caue with success. , , ,
pir TUei"? are thirty petitions for divorce on
file ia the Court pf common pleas at Columbus
Ohio. Tbe Cleveland ilerald says the divorce
law of the state bbould have its title changed
to read, "An act for the encouragement of
legul concubinage, and piure particularly for
the abuse of women. ' ' i '
' 3r A letter from Geauga county, slates that
an epidemic dyseutery hag raged among young
children in thut section, ravaging every : home
and proving generally fatal. Iu the towu of
Chester, it is sutud, but few iufauts hare been
spared by the pestilence. . . , t ..!.:..
3TThe Prince of Wales hasshot! his first
stag. It was brought home aud set before the
tueeu, wlio loiioitaieu her son on bis success.
Eight gillie?, bcuriug torches, danced a reel,
and the Priuce's health was drunk on the occa
jZS Rev. Frederick Crowe, Missionary, who
was recently banished from San Salvador for
distributing the bible there, died ou Saturday
iu N. Y., from sickness caused by exposure
and suffering in that country.
JS" President Monagas has arrived at Paris
from Venezuela' His countrymen suy that, like
bis illustrious predecessors in exile, Suuta Anua
and liosas, be has left bis country will) a fortune
The city of Tampa, Florida, has been
almost depopulated by the ravages of the yel
low fever, uud by the flight of alarmed citizens.
Tbe Peninsular says the jowu wears the uppear
auce of a church-yard.
JE- The Great Western railway of Canada
have decided to construct solid iron bridges in
place of wooden ones over all the important
streams on their lines.
?3 A slight frost to stop its growing and
make it sweet is mud to be all that is neccessa
ry to make the prcsupt Louisiuua sugar-crop the
iiucst for years,
The new cent io be issued next year is
or mcKei, same size as the cent or lo.w and
1858. but differs in tbe substitution of an Indian
bead for tbe abortive eagle which disgraces that.
fZF A physician of New Orleans, a few days
since, tnea the experiment ot transit) smu ou a
patient who was dying for want of blood nour
ishment, with complete success. .,
frir The city of JedJo is said to be with
out exception the lurgest city in the, world.
It contains 1,500,000 dwellings, and tho
oiiparulelled number , of 5,000,000 people.
9" A Yankee physician, named Dutes, from
Ash field, Mass., has established himself aud is
doing a good business iu llakodadi, Japan.
Sr In Paducah, Ky., a young married lady
aged 13 years, says a local paper, was recently
delivered of a child weigbiug 1 14 pouuds 1
For the Telegraph.
I saw the sun this morning rise,
And shed its radiuuee o'er the skies
Willi halcyon light
My soul was glad, I looked above,
My heart was filled with grateful love,
' And all was bright -
Tbe earth was rifo with good it seemed,
And of the joys I plunued and dreamed,
I could not tell. , '
I pictured out a vision fair,
I built my castle in the air ; 1
Aud soon it full '
E'er morn a cloud o'erspread,
. The raiu poured dowu, aud then I said,
' Tis tL us with life.'
, To day wo hope for better things,
To morrow disappointment brings,
Wjtlj cars aud slrifA
i '", " Old Dominion " ! ; I
COFFEE and TEA' POTS, constantly
ohnt. '- ' ORO. C. HUIiBAKU.
MMAtm1, Ko. Plli, w,n. '; . ,
$5 Sewing Machine"!
A Practical Family Sewing Machine for
IV rrformln(t ftillj iul ort. No mlwlnt or rlpp
Inir of H tclir. No jrHlnf out of order. Aujbotly can um
It; trtr; bo-j will liftv it
(Secured by recent Grant of Letters 'Patent.)
Ecliilr Hluhl for w Statan n4 ComitlM will b ple
td within th rwirh of uny ntrprilng builnwl maa. JA
portion of th lrrilorr liwidr ircored ) I I ,
The Proprlflnrt eonSilrntl.T fl thfT now 1 brfofru l.
nubile the grMtt chfinrr for ft rrotiUbi inveptrornt ever of-fer-d.
A Sewing Mn hine conttliitnr the riiUite qunlltleM,
which, by II Mtor.lchiiif timplkltjr uh! low cort. will at once
ro to the maeivoe, who hiive bpt'n aiisIouaIj waiting for the
ilnrhlne to onme within tlH'lr rnp. . -
tff Parlird wIMiliiK o pwvhaiw, are retntd to mil at
nnre, examine thi mnfit wonderful arhloventent, and evcura a
monopoly of the S'tnte or Comity nlied.
NOVELTY fA eKWlMI MACHINR CO,
- OlBee, BwTt.rTT h Co., Needle Mamifactorem,
lrrrifH 4VI Broadway, cor. Canal It., New York,
Cull r Mill far Cimtar trilk rule Mtckines.
fflsX . Steele's
WATCH nnl Clock mnloiiff nntl He
riftlrlni Ed inh Miment, IncntM t Abbihiif, A'bUbu
I. Cmintr. MMo, A. W. Steel proprietor. hy Mr.
W. H. H'umlett, of lUniror, Maine, who comw here rcom
nipndtHi 'V Mr, llarrH of the Ann of rt, k J. Mrvm 4 Un
ovr t, lio-rton, which I'll frud'antre pf ht ftlt:itlefl, ai t
wnrkmrtn unrt Meh io, th community curt rely upon hav
ing u good work dont t thin putnblUtnnant an at any other
In 'nii'i V rn viir !l kiniU of W'atah, put In any
part a good aft New. and many eren better that may by awi
dnt or hy a por Work 1 hmken or ir. A. nr waka a
new on t'm ordtr, and jewW old one when required.
With mr present mce I am able to do all kinds of work.
IntniRted to me, with much mora pmmitnet than lien
tniW. and aa fmm tbia date I phnll not rive anr credit, will
enable me to eel! all irod in my Hue fiO per cent Inwr r tlton
ever before ofTrrrn In thin ennntT. Can nd eee Meeie, me
Watch Maker, at No. Meohanlea Row, Ashtabula, Ohio,
April 1, 1NA8..
N. B. If any hare Wntchra that hare boen apoilcd by poor
Workmen, ther can hnre them mnde a rood an New. atid
warranted to keep (rood time at ttiia Kitablb-hnient.
AIl tabula, Nov. Mb, JHMl. ; ; '
r',IlE Subscriber, hns been before in-
JL Hinated. will oDen hl fo'imnl for lnirtrnrtlnn on ttit Pi
ano, Harmony, Oiiitar. and Violin, a alwi In Vocal Hulr, at the
rartxh school Mntiee, ner trie rriscnpm v nnrcri, no monuHr,
IheSth of November. Those foiling to Conm-rt IlicmwlTM
with hie clfwca. are ro,notrd to make application. He will
devote to Uioee claniee. 6 dnr of the week, belhit enn?ed at
Jelfrxon on Saturday p. lie will aim ft-ira hli attention t
coroi oring and arranging nrniic when rl'-irrd.
mui3 a. nui ivin.
Anhtabula, No. , IMS. 4fl3
COUNTY INFIRMARY. Sealed pro
twain will be received by the A Mt tabu la County Com
minpionem, un'il the 7th dny of Decen titer for the buflolnf- of
an Tnflnnary on the farm in Kintrnvllle id buildlrg he
or Ortuk pitecncutioni lur the enme at the Anmtor a omce.
6w4i3 J. C. A. IIUHH.VRI.Fa,
JelTrroat Not, J, lRi8. . : i'oai'it Clerk
John E. Luce, riaintlfT. ) , Before Wel!a Tllakflee, J.
Ti . of I1 W month -V-wri
Solomou Rumnells Deft. alirp, AshUbe'a co. O. 4
X the 27th 'dny of October. A. P.
1R5R, uM Jnetice fruited an order of attachment In the
abore actiur for the turn of c-tgbt dollara and eixtv-thrre eta..
uitiv r m i r..
riyiwontli, Oct. Sllh, 18SH. ... , . 8w4a
"VT.OTICK is hervhT piven that there will
he a petition nrenentcd to the Hon. Bowrd m Comniln-
rlnnere of Aehtnbula ronntr, at their Ie. rtnn, ankine
them to appoint anri n1 ont a eoninrHlee to view and lay not
a road in the townetilp of Athtenrrta, coniwiencinc at the' cor
ner of Knadbj Reo. I.ucm. In the Boroufh of Anhtabula, and
running in a eoutl-erlr illrertion, until it lutensecU tbe rlank
Rotd, wentof Mitthew Hnbbard'a.
Ahtabola, Nov. 'ii, 1R58. V
Master Commissioner's Sale Real Estate.
AthUbula Common Tleaa, June term, ISiT.
Henry M. WoodwjrUi 1 . - -,
re. . Aliaa TendiUona Exponas.
Wm. TI. k Sarali Foit. ) .
BY Virtue of a Writ of Alias Vend. Erp.
duty Imoi d from tald Court in tbe abore ewe, to ine di
rected, I will offer
For Sale by way of Public Auction,
at the door of the Court limine in Jeffctwn.Athtiibala Conrity.O.
on Tuesday the 30;h dny of Nov. A.D. 1858,
between the honra of 10, and 4 o'clock, of naW dnr, the Mlow
in dcMrihed Heal Estate, to wit : niuwtrd in the 1nwnhip
of Oanm&rk, county of Ahtahula.and and state ofOhio, being
in townnlrip Xo. 11, in tlie eecond Knnge of Towncbiya, in the
Conoectieut Western Ktservey a calledX keing
One hundred and serenty six ueres of Land,
eituatein eection Kinetfen, Let X. fenr, in eaidtownehiu, ap
pi aieed at $ j . .
AIo, Sixtren Aerenfn Lo N'a tlirew. in aald aeHbin. teln
the aame land enld aud convevetf to I.yndy Jojien, by AUen
Miller, be his deed bearinir d:itr Sentember 60. and re-
ceidrd in Anhtabula eounty ltecortls, vol. 34, pages 601 and SU2
ajtpraieeo ai a
. WW. HEXBRY, Master CnmmV.
Jeffemon, October, 28, 1858 414B3 $4
Cask raid for all Kinds of 'Shipping Furs.
Furs, Buffalo Robes, &c.,
E. G. GLEASON, AGENT.
HAYIXG a lurpc stonk of Hats, Cups,
aud Furs, on hind, k prepared to meet all orders for
i Ladies aud Misses Furs,
of Ui9 latest aid richest styles of ererr varletv. mannrsctur
ed to o.der by the be&t niauufacturcra in Nuw Votk, coutititing
Mantelets,' Mantillas, (Japes, Cuffs d Muffs,
A trreat variety of Hisses Furs of all kinds: Ladle Fur Mitts
auo iiiovcs. I'versnocs, rc kc.
Also, C loth, Kur, Hlusli, Silk Glated and every new variety
of Geuta', Young Meu's aud Cuildreu i
' ' HATS nnd CAPS.
Plush and Fur Mnfltera. Cloves and Mitts of Far. Cloth and
nueukin, ui au lue style to uaraol. i
Bythebaleorslncle, tr.eether wlih FIXE FAXCT ROBES.
All of which will be sold aa low as cau be puicLotcd heie or
J31" Ao examination of oar stock is respectfully solicited.
Sulcs Room iu Fkks Block, 2nd story.
In the absence of the ubscri!r. E. II. ROBERTS will at
teud to the wauU of Cu-toinera, 43
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.) urina Biones.
W Ton Beat Berea (irlnd Htunee and '
Patent Urind Stone Fixtures,
(, asle ,y (iBO. C, HI BBARD.
AJiUbuls, May M, 1MT. ;
OOAP BY THE BARREL The sul)-
O briber nianufarturea, both for sals or to order, a suiienot
article of Uuudry SMn, which aa be liad at rate ammo, u
.1...... of ..r.u.,,.!,, ll.i artluU Will not full IO Mk hllRS.
acuualuWS with tu U.W gur ! wkjch it J" '"' V' 'u
publio. . If- uvtlilMiIR
. NEW GOODS I
CllOApcr tlx All 33 VOX-.
sToYraoouiofW'V monf7 by purchasing
W. R. ALLEN,
And (e th very bet: In the ma, ,,t t)rj Oooda, f all kladi
Ladle Dmc-Oooda. ew ttylett
And all torta of Ley Ooodj wd Notions 'lybt-
i ' ' , ' i t - - : ' I : - . it
Sncar. Tea, enrree and Orocetles (enerallr. Statlonery-Stheel
33 O O 3X m .
DRUGS, NEDlCiyr.S. OILS. TlYF. STUrrS, PjtXTi,
t her a iwneral emnrtmen ' of all ttltida of Ooode, whleh t ,
will eell lower tlnn erer beTot t otTert-4 in tola County. C'ali
and tee, and you will be com luced.
If yon went nooke nr Mnirn'inoe bonnd In eood style, jots
enn tct them done at the JinVinn Uook Ulndery.
1'lllTon, 1 C1. 4, INJlH, 113
W. It. A 1,1 KV.
"Endorsed by Eminent Physicians."
IIE (Greatest Remedy Know, Foi
ItKiili.iTY, I llr.aTRVRir,
BinoieMiS", I jAf.nt f,
Livkh Coxn.Ai.iT, Ri.oun Di.kaum,
DR. RUUNON'S' JIITTERS.
' : AleOi aa a pmphylaetle, aralnut
ritTta and Aoua, CaoLum, Huaiii Complaiit.
This remedy has a rery pleiu-ant taste anil will be tnken aa
readily by children ai by adults. The alllicUd a iuviud to'
i'li BolttetPricc 60 Cents,
Petid for a circular (tlvluu full psillrulara. Adrtieis
K. CHKiEK, Mile Agent, 14: llinndn ay, ,Vtw Yoik.
Sold by I)rugul.ts aud Dialers vivrywhri. Cnilr.k
aL, Benedict &. Sons,
are rlnllr rrei.Me IVMr
FALL and WINTER STOCK OF
HATS and CAPS,
rvmprtffnir a eaifetyof stvles of UEHTS, SU.K t CJS.1t
MLRM UATS, fur tlie lull of 1S68, also all the litest style
:i SOFT FELT JlJlTS,
of att entora; Cloth, Olssed, flush, Velt-et, and ftl Uf
a splendid assortment of the beet quality of
s Ladies' and Children's Fancy Furs,
Gents Pur Mnfllers Fur Gloves,
Buffalo and Fancy Sleigh Robes
Also, goorj assortment of . ' . . ,
Trlnk and Travelling Ilage, all of which we will Mil at
very low prices, at
201 Superior Street.
i xx xa Xj jsl. Dinar
STORE OF J. G.. WHIG UT,
RETURNING lust week from Xcw York
whk'h in nnosiiRllv Into, for the seftsm. I found it eeurh
to my interot, tliat MlLLIMU Y ii(HUlt am Id be bought
2o er cent clieiper than I mir lvid bought them hribr. Tbiai
wf 1 1 enable anv te sell my Rits at very low Figon-a.
That nasi ciistwniers may be assured of thia. 1 wish tliem t
call and Kxasuinwmy tiOUUS, before puieiiaeing els-wher.
Sty stock eompriRes ka Part of the following Gaods, nnd wlil
be sold low for CASH er RE J 1)7 rjT.
r Cheaper than cau be liouht bet or le Iter. '
BONNETS, BONNETS, BONNETS
RIUBON3, UIBBOXS, RIBBON 3,
COLLARS, SLEEJ FS, BJJJYDS,
Toe Cash, at very sarin adVanc- from Coat.
VF.L VET RIBBOXS. ol th best qwnHtlea.
HAWLE,oX the latest style, at Uw lowest Cash Trie.
Do not full to call and examine.
Tbe assort nt or CLOAKS is well filled, and at eitrem)
low prices. t
HOOF WOOSTED SKIRTS, or Sherwood" make.
SILK VEL VETS, for Bonnets, all colors.
SAT1XS, do do
FEATHERS, ot all colors and prices.
WILLOW BASKETS, a choice assortment.
TAXKEE XOTIOXS, a very good assortment, such aa.
shawl pins, Pull-coiubs, Back, sUe, aad ersrj thing In th Yan
kee Nutlou Una.
Thankful for past (store, I solicit, tt continuance of the
Mine. J. 0. WKIUlll'.
Ashtabula, Oct 19th, 1668.
s, ... . , .
vm., t ,r
i-'ri .... ' 7 Ti
Choice First Class Insurance, .
1 ay iw
JETNA INSURANCE COMTY,
OK UAKTroRO, co.s.v.
I II ,.i ,s
1NC0KP0BATED 1819. CHAPTER rEBPBTPAl,
Fire and Inland JVavigation. Insurants. .
CALLS the attention of iU friends, pa
Irons, and tlx uubli generally, to tu following nvclee
OI its having a Lash Caniutl ol tl.UOU.OuU. wllii assssU amount
ing to l,0ou,14U 10.
lias transacted Business successfully thirty
nine years. Paid an aggregate Lots
of ovr r 9 11,000,000. v '
Is organised on a National basis, with local ajeneiet iu all
pnucipai piaees, uauer a mercantile ystam, louiiueu on n
Cash ritauuard, with no iVeauass Xat, r sasesauauer
quai to all emergencies It undtuukea, aud worthy th stabili
ty aud diytlity of au uiiueat Aiueriomn oorporatiun On mer
it alone, iouudiug iu ciaiin to patronage aud (avur, rauka (or
imiurUnce aud paali aerviu tu usl of ire tliaunsno
Coiopaule of America.
lusureaat rates aud rule as liberal aa th risks assumed pr
uit, lor aolveney and fair post.
F.siecUI atiulieu given ta th tnsnrane of Dwellings, and
rarw property aud auutepia. burn Insuiad lur eiiuda uf a
tu 4 yaara, on th wist Masonat'l terui. -
lMssis e iultaiiiy adjusted and promptly paid.
AupltcaUau oliiiied slid poUcics tuned by
O. 11. FITCH,