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JUNE, 14, 18G0,
The Nominee of the Democratic National Convention.
The Democratic National Convention.
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The Democratic National Convention
assembles at Haltimoro on Moiu ay 1
The deepest interest manifes ted by 1
parties in its result, and increases as the
parties in its result, ana increases as u
Convention approaches, lho oyes ol
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wholo country aro turnea lowjmi u.uu
more, and tho nominee of that Conven
.tion, whoever ho may be, is lookod upon
hy all sober-thinking, well-informed men
nsthonoxtProsidontof tho United States.
It is not our purpose now to predict who
will bo selected as tho nomineo for tho
Presidency, but to counsol harmonious
action in order that tho Democracy pto
sent a united and unbroken front to tho
enemies of the country. Wo believe that
harmouy will prevail at Paltimoio and
that a good nomination will bo made
ono that will conviuco Old Abo Lincoln
himself that ven rail splittina is fur moro
profitaldo than running fur President.
Tho opponents of tho Democracy nro
praying that the elements of discord inny
again bo let looso in tho Convention, and
that a cordial action may bo prevented,
hnowing full well that without such
contingency their hopes of success have
no fonndati6n. It is now tho goneral
impression howovor, that wisdom and
prudonco will triumph at Jiultimoro, which
of cotirso, vjll load us to complete victory
in November next. Tho Democracy ap
jioar to havo ovory confidence that sec
tionalism and local fanaticism, coming
front any quaitcr, will be firmly and stern
ly rebuke I by the loy .1 representatives
our great paity, whoso mission it has
boon, and must yet bo, to ci ihIi olit every
thing that militates ogainst the porma
nency of our government and enduring
leveronco for its laws.
Patknts to Ohio Jnvkntoiis. Tho
following patents havo been issued
Ohio Invontois for tho week ending
Juno 5, 18G0: Jool Ilowman, Souioisct,
Ohio, for improvement iu machine
dressing millstonos. Amos Glover, Po
whatan, Ohio, for improvement in corn
and cob crushers, llultliazer Kitt, Ciu
ciuuati, Ohio, for improvement iu ring
ing bells. Ooorgo Scott, Cincinnati,
Ohio, for improvement in moulds
iars. John K. Staman, Mifiin, Ohio,
improvement boot and shoo wiper. Poll
lunn Blower, West Aluxuiulr'm, Ohio,
improvement in corn-plautors. Thomas
Wall, .lottos Station, Ohio, for improved
bodstoad. William May, Winchester,
Ohio, assignor to J. do Uringo, 15.
Hamsoy and W. W. Ramsey, of same
placo, for imptovonient in self-acting
wagon brake, John C. Heed, Cincinnati,
Ohio, nssignor to hintsolf and H.
Hutchinson, of saino placo, for improve'
inonts in picks.
Why Lincoln was Nominated.
Gnouni: A. Corrr.v, ono of tho 1'ennsyl
vania delegates to tho Chicago Conven
tion, on his teturn to Philadelphia,
giving an account of the Convention,
"Privato consultations wero held by
delegates from Pennsylvania, New
Illinois and Indiana, and an intor
chango of opinion mvoaled this fact,
in order to defeat tho nomination of
Huwaid, these four States should
So tho nomination of Ann was not
causo of honesty or his mil, but for
purposo of defeating Sewaiid.
"Old Abe" on the Mexican War.
During tho short time that Lincoln was
n member of Congress ho favoied the
passage of Ooorgo Ashman's bill, declar
ing thuMuxican War "unconstitutional
AN1 WIIONO." Ho VOTUI) AOAISST tint bill
granting oni: iiunimiuii and hixi-v aciu'.s
or land to tho luavo and gallant men
who horved ns volunteers iu tho Mexican
How many of thoso volunteers will
voto for hini ?
Tho teiritoiius of tho United Stales
will ictnain as they nte until tho next ms-
hion, notwithstanding ull tho htbor that
has been bestowed upon them by tho
torritoiial comtnittoes of lho two Hoiiscm
The desire of certain Republicans to turn
squatter soveieignty into a speculating
machine for the benefit of emigrant aid
companies hits been tho mischievous
ngoncy in producing such a result.
The Great Eastern Coming.
On Saturday last tho Great Hastem
was to leave4 Knglnnd on her liri.t voyage
this country. Sho is now probably
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'lwo fatal prizo fights have lovmitly
ocenrod in Knglnnd. On tho tilth
.April M nomas ooilgato nnil t-liailos
steaming down tho Ktigllsh channel and
will soon bo ploughing her way across
tho broud Atlantic. Her arrival at New
York is confidently expected in ten days.
She will bo telegraphed off Father I'oint,
thrco days befoio sho reaches Now York.
Dixon had a pugilistic encounter near
London, which resulted iu tho death
tho latter. On the 'iOtli of April George
Henry Tylor and Thomas Miller, outoiodjnt
the ring nt Drompton, intending to settle!
an nneiunt fund with tho flht according
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away fiom thofiold a corpse.
Tho bill of
Congress compriRo 6omo strango tlntign
tl IllVfll IUU JjVliUIIMIJ . j fc I - - -
cret fiom constituents. ''Holiest Old
Abo" appears to lmvo got tlio hang of it,
in his short Oongrcssionnl life, as tlio fol
lowing arltclo from tho Chicago Timcsl
I tvil (.lirnv!
I Whon jncon ,vclll t0 Congicss, ho
1 thought ho would make a shine; inshiona-
I bio boots wore high, oven at a ligmo rain-
ftuovo l0 Springfield rates. After!
utnil vintr thiinn.n urn nnrf limn, ho work-
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etl 0llt ll0W lo B,ni1y himself with boots,
1 and ye no pay or l-ein on to ns pock-
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. m Um s00i Io lhm
thouelit of making speeches and charging
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25 cents a head iust as ho did leccntly in
New England, but ho could not got por
no us to come to hear him. In this ex
tiemity his fytilo genius Rtiggchted that
dession ho drow another pair ofboots in
tho samo manner thoy being paid for
out of the public money. When ho was
leaving for homo quitting Oongross for
over ho ordered an extra fino pair at
sing noix.ins, and thoy wero boxed up
with his books and franked to "Hon. Ab
raham Lincoln, Springfield, Illinois
i0, Abraham Imcnln:
ho would buy lho boots and havo them
paid for out of tho public money, lie,
tlierefoio ordered ft pair at eight dollars;
thoy wero sent up, by Abo's orders, to tho
uli.tinnnrv rlnrl. nr. tlirl fnliltnl. find Abn
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drew them ns stationery. At the next
Tho record of this boot transaction
stands thus on lho books of tho Clerk
the IIouko of llepiesentativcs, and in his
vouchors in tho treasury nt Washington:
Tlnec pah s of HouU $2.1."
Tho idea that "this government cannot
permanently enduro half free and half
slave," when liicmbors of Congress can
provide themselves with boots nini: hoi.
r.Aii hoots at the oxpenso of tho pooplo,
is preposterous. Just think of "Hon
est Abo," having his boots sent up to the
capital to bo drawn out by him as "sta
tionory." Just think of the simplicity
tho honest man, who taxed the people
pay for his boots when ho was drawing
eight dollars per day and mileage.
Uol. I.anc, ol Indiana, when sneaking
of Lincoln iu the Republican convention,
closed his remarks by saying:
1 liuty years ago you might lmvo seen
near tho boundary line between Indiana
and Illinois, Abo Lincoln leading bare
footed oxen to tho pastille nnd lollowing
them with the plow."
Lincoln h early experience with "bare
footed oxen" might havo given him some
stiango notions about boots; but certain
it is, that tho fust moment ho got to Con-
gross he provided himself nt tho public
expense, with tho best boots ho could ob
J7f Tho New Yolk Evtnin'j Pail,
rabid Republican sheet, is protesting
against the Tariff Hill that lately passed
tho Ilouso of Congioss. Ho is especially
indignant nt the into placed on clnrot
wine. On this part of tho subject
"Hy the new tariff, ordinary claret
taxed nearly a bundled per cent, a
which will double tlio price of the article
and iloprivo largo numbers of our popula
tion ot tlio iieneiits ol its uso. jNo
pretends that claret comes into competi
tion with any homo product; thoio is
branch of domestic industry to bo protec
ted by its exclusion from our putts;
rate is so high that tho rovenue to he
rived from its importation must necessar
ily decrease; nnd, under these circum
stances, it is dilliotilt to discover the mo
tive for those piovisions of tho now tariff.
Xcvcrthdeas, they arc of a jiicec with many
attern, ami show the extreme liaslc or care
lessness wilt which it has Lccn eontrieed."
Tho New York Express adds:
"Rut tho Post Presidential ticket runs:
100 per ct. claret.
'It gulps down tho men
from tho uicasmosl"
Fiu.Moun Ifni'iiiuATiiH Lincoln.
Hufl'nlo Commercial Advertiser, "is
and requested by Mr. Fill
hiniself'-to say thnt then) is no
whatever in tlio repoit that ho
support the Chicago nominations.
ipioto ns follows from tho Commercial:
"So faras wo know Mr. Fillmore's
they loinnin tho sumo ns
weio iu ISfiG. lloltas ceased to bo
public man, but not to feel an interest
the welfare of the Republic, and hodepre
rates all sectional putties as dangerous
the wefare anil peace of the country,
that catenora he includes Ihi- Ihmililivnn
,,raani:a'lion. Wo do not. If ho
any ptol'oioncos, wo doubt not thoy
liielly for Hell and Everett.'
The Canadian Canal Tolls.
Wo learn by tho Cunndiau papets
official notice has been given of thu lemo
val of boino of tho lestrictions on
passing through tho Canals of thu l'rov
incoh. The !St. Catheiiuo Journal bavs:
" Wll till, Mlltlllll Ivnil 1,1 .nil, miiin.i
the Tolls collected on tho Wdhind
Sutiuday last (19lh inst.,) will
icfundcd upon tho vessels passing tho
i.awieiico Canals, subject to tho condition
of an oider in Council to bo foithwith
it-ITTho Wheeling Union says, it
mistake to supposu that tho Honorable
j Ahialuini Lincoln is not a shiowd man.
A fov inunths ago ho went on n lectur
to , '"Jj ,ollr llllt' delivoicd a soiies of
lismal hnraiigue.s on lucord at the
rati) of S'JOO each I Ilu wns willing
instruct the people if thoy weio willing
pay for it. Wit piosumo ho will go
the show business again after the Novem
ber election, and mako money
I siou 10 conts; children half lirice.
jmi most mKn!ui,no,H Lincoln
ofjdont and far-seeing showman I
Out ho nxlo adecturlng Abraham the bold
Hoots ami Rails. Tho boots
tho expense of the government by
coin, coot $i2r. Tlio rails mndo by
lie taught the people morals uud oc'.tcUd
to.coln, nro not worth 81 llo expended
.KiM niniu of tho imlilh, ,11,1,1,1V r,,r
, -"-i-- j
j tlian nil his rnilb' ar woith.
News of the Week.
in progress in
AsoTimn i evolution is
Tun Philadelphia Journal says Lin
coln is Seward without Sowards brains.
Fnnt) Douoi.asb has returned homo to
tnlio an nctivo pait with his political
friends in tho Lincoln campaign.
A few days ago a couple of deaf mutes
wero married at Cleveland. Thcio wil
be peace in that family
j s,mfr, d 100 ycarS( aied icccnt-
7 Tioga Jo., N. Y.
flt IIartfor(1 Ma.
1 nn coal oil w o.Ics at Ilartlonl, Ma
A soldier of the Revolution, named
honing Co., wero consumed by (iro on
the i23d. Loss 80,000. No insurance.
Evehvtiiino is upon an equality "out
west." Tho very natiiio of tho otmos-
'l'rc declares that all bhall have a "fair
S. T. TituMtiLn comittcd suicide at
Mibhawaka, Ind., on Saturday night last,
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uy taunig lauiianuiu. n is suppotcu nu
The PiVAtj ErxniANTs. Van Am
burgh's Hannibal and tho Chicago Han
nibal. Tho ono is vicious, tho other goos
Tin: Alia California, at San Francisco
i says, it has paul 814,UU() lor ovcrlanil i
of mail and pony express news iu tho four
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rion. isamuui u. jugiuiiuiii, luimmij
of tho Tieasury under Gen.j
Jackson, died at Ticuton, N. J., 'on the ,
5th inst., aged eigbty-onu years.
Ali, tho Pcpublican Senators ' but!
Trumbull, voted nuainst the Moxi,
ticaty. War is predicted witli Mexico
within six months.
Tm: Joint Wonn in Viwiinia. Alarm
ing news comes from all portions of Vir
ginia of the ravages of tho lly and joint
'I'm: Lineolnitcs have at last been ena
bled to rai"0 a polo. The oectinenco took
plnco in Lawrence county, Ohio. Thoy
say thoy mean to keep it standing.
Tin: wife of Mr. Chlicoito, residing at
Fort Wayno, was so frightened by the
tccent btonn at that place, that she was
seized with spasms, and died on tho 531 st
It has been definitely ascertained that
tho coon which wns discovered in 1840
"fccttin on a rail," belectcd that location
on nccount of saitl rail having been split
by Abraham Lincoln, of Illinois.
FirruHN hundred acres of wotcrmolons
have beon planted in ono township in n
county in Indiana; it is calculated that
theso fifteen hundred acres will prodtico
S'JO.OOQ worth of melons.
Accounts from Texas Blato that tho
yollow fovor is raging violently anion
mo luiiiaus on tuo nontier. Jicioro me
yellow fever mid tho endless wnrs tho In
dians cannot last much longer.
In lho storm which passed over Wash
ington on tho night of tho '20th inst., tho
tesidenco of Judgo Douglas was unroofed,
and tho rain poured in in torrents. Sen
ator Douglas was at tho time lying very
ill with a throat disease.
A man named Rraut, residing in Shak
ville, Soniethct county, Pennsylvania,
entno to bis death a few days ago, from a
most extraordinary instanco of gluttony
nnd foolbardinnss. He had just partaken
of twenty-ono boilod eggs nt one meal.
It is astonishing that the three rails
split by Lincoln thiily years ago, should
havo been marked so well as to bo loeng-
nized. Tho haggling manner in which
tho work was porfonncd may havodistiu-
Iguished those three rails from all otheis.
if so they would couipnro favorably with
soino of his speeches.
A newly married couple who lived
nenr Madison, Ind., were run down by
tho steamboat "Jacob Stiador," on Fii
day last, while they wero ciossiug tho
river in a small boat, and drowned. The
captain, pilot and engineer of tho boat
havo been arrested for man-slatightcr.
A man named Richard Mackoy was
struck by lightning iu Cluinsey county
last wcok, felling him senseless to the
ground. Thu lain falling on his faeu
soon icstoied.him to consciousness, anil
although ho suffered sovoioly for a con
sidoiablo time, he is now in a fair way of
A negro named Henry Drown, snp-
Canal l10SU'1 10 1,0 01,0 of 01,1 15l'0WI'N confcdoi
from hellltos' 1,1 Haiper's Ferry, as ho labored
with him on the farm, was run over by
tho ears, the other day, near Haltimoio,
killed. He had beon drinking excessive-
Whim: wo North Americnns nto get
ting pretty woll ventilated by tornadoes
ami such things, tho South Americans ap
pear to bo pretty well shaken up by earth
quakes and buch things. Several of these
unpleasant 'sin hikings' of our planet have
locenlly occurred in South Americn, as
null as in the West India Islands, doing
much damago to property, nnd bttiking
consternation to thu hearts of tho people.
A man named Cmwloy, while return
ing from the Opera liouso, iu Cincinna
ti, with two females, whose names nro un
known, was stabbed, and died almost in
stantly. His female companions buy they
havo no idea who indicted the wound,
Tho nlfair is very mysterious, and the po
lice nro investigating it. Tho wound
voiy small mm deep, as though mado
' with ono of thoso slendor (lairitoni which
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HIV,,,,,,,, tuiuivu. niiui
Itcv. Jin. KoRTiinor, tho youm; Amer
ican pioacher who has paino! stub a pop
tilatily in London, lias boon imifod by
Spurgcon to fill his pulpit dining his
absoneo on tho continent. A London
publisher has in press an autobiography
l -X .1 t 1 l 1 i
of Mr. Noithrop, to bo published in
cheap form, that tho masses may (satisfy
their curiosity in regard to tho antece
dents of this American clerical champion.
Dkath in tab Family or Sns.vron
Douoi.a.j. Senator Douglas has met with
lily upon 1
in the lo
ly child, ,
a most dovoro affliction, which bears hcav-
lint-self nnd his estimable lady,
tho loss of their little daughter and on-
who died on Tuesday of of scar
latina, it is understood. Tho child,
though only n year old, was exceedingly
interesting nnd intcligcnt, and her death
is a povero borcavbrhent. Tho sickness
and death of his child was tho eauso of tho
absence of Senator Douglas in tho Senato
Tun Nhxt Census. Tho apportion
ment under tho census now being taken
will Im lpnnilnil In tho next session of
Congiess. This will afibrd ample time
to tho Legislatures which only meet bien
nially, os well ns tho others, to district
their several S.tato. 'X'ho thirty-sovenlh
Congress being the fifth ulider tho pwsont
apportionment, tho next apportionincnt
will not, Dy tlio law ot leou, go imo ei-
feet until tho thirty-eighth Congress, tho
term of which commences March lth,
Secrotary An old darkey in Washington, who
supposed, from tho extraordinary piepa-
rations that weio being mado to leceive
tho .Inpat.eso embassy, that it was com-
poe.l o. a superior omero. oe.ugs. ueuv-
cred himself thus, after those strangers
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ni l i veil: " vv uy (icy nin i noiiiin moro n
colored folks wid dor bends shaved.
Plenty colored folks in dis town whiter
den doy is. Hotter not come hoic. Go
to foolin' round, somebody bitako 'em and
sell to Now Orleans. Do Lord bless us,
anyhow, niggcra is lookin' tip."
Mr. Summer's Speech.
Sir. Sumner, sinco his recovoiy to per
fect health and tho lcsiiniption of his neat
in tho United States Senate, has dolivcied
his second wo believe, and most labored
speech. It is like all the speeches which
will bo delivered In Uongross (luring its
prcsont session by Republican members,
designed to advance their paity's interests
nnd elect their candidates. Its subject is,
of couise, iho wrongs and sufferings of the
enslaved negro raco in our otherwise fieo
and happy country. Ho snys "tho bar
barism of slavery appears first in tho
character of slavery and secondly in tho
character of klavo musters."
Wo havo not taken the pnins to ascer
tain tho exact number of times tho woid
slave and its compounds nnd synonyms
occur in his speech. A, low estimate, wo
think, would ho n thousand. From this
our leaders can form a fair estimate of tho
diameter of the speech. It is in keeping
with all tho speeches of Republicans nt
this titno. Itsnppoits tho iricpiessihlo
conflict docliincs of Seward and tho Ab
olition doctrines of Can isou. It demon
strates boyond tho power of caviling that
tho abolition of neni'o slavery, in nil the
States of the Union is tho great object,
and aim of tho self-styled Republican
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pony, anil tnai to ncconipiisu n inuy aio
willing to trample tho Constitution our
fathers gave us in tho dust, niriiy State
against Stato in civil war, and incito ser
vile insuriections in thoso States where
slavery of the negro race exists by law.
Wo nro glad Mr. Sunnier has spoken
so pointedly and so diiectly on tho sub
ject. It will icniovo all excuses which
lovors of our country and of tho sover
eignty of tho States of our Confederation
might or can possibly hnvo for voting the
Itepublicnu ticket or for supporting that
scetionnl party. -Vrw York yews.
Mr. Summer's Speech. Frightful Accident.
A uiui, I inn to a tow n Tail and
DitAnoim to UeatiiI A teniblo accident
occuried in tho town of Delhi, Delaware
county, n week ago yesterday, which result
ed iu the death of a little girl sovon years
(dd. Tlio parties to tho sad occurrence
weio William Scott, a lad 17 years old,
and his linll'-Mstcr, Klizaboth Doby,
victim. The boy bad been sent to take
tho cows to pasture, tlio little girl accom
panying him. He had with him a pieeo
of rope with which ho was to bring back
sotno hay. On his way ho piny fully tied
ono end ofthoropo mound tho body of
sister, and tho otherendto tho cow's tail.
When tho cow bad proceeded a short dis
tance in this way, followed by tho
the latter stumbled and fell, which
frightened tho cow that bho ran off at a fu
rious rate, diagging the poor girl after
her. After iiiuniujyr' some distauco
girl's head btriick a' solid rock, crushing
in the skull, nnd at tho satnu titno the cow's
tail pulled out, so great was tho lorco
the icsislaucol Tho girl was also badly
around tho face, neck, and head.
taken up by the boy and carried
homo, wdiore bho bteathed hut two
threo times before expiring. The boy
said to bo rather doliciont in intellect.
and it is supposed that ho did not icali.o
the imminent danger in which his sister
was placed by his mischievous conduct.
The Tribune on Lincoln.
A short time since tho Now Yoik Tri
bune showed conclusively because Sew-
aid and Chase were so thoionghly com-
mitted to the Higher Law doctrine,
would not be elected, and it then said
"Ifwu can not nrobablv elect Seward
Chase, it will bo iu vain to nominate
stead either Hanks or Fessenden, or Day-!
ton or Linbolu." Thu Tribune felt
foico of tlio leasohinij that it was an
sult to the intelligence of tho whole conn-
mitted to war to tlio knifu, unit tlio lniifo
tittii lillt rt tiin ifiititit cinfn sitntna
tho pretext that mioh is nocossary to
t5 uch a candidate
tho frco States frool
1 .nt tu ii.iti'lnl in nlnmnnl nf flirt nnnnll'V
visoal.ovo party and dofoat this ruinous
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tT'd It Riven out that Messrs. Unght,
jl'itcliatul win will voio against tno
.mission of Kansas into tho Union
' ,,' , ,?.'!! 'V1,',. lmn''slons 01
U.nBlIli Mill. .Mr. Hright has nvowed,
Inn position to bo in accordance witU
[From the [...] Gazette.]
Lincoln's Strong Points.
MM, ( 'lii.-nfiNi Pinea nml 'IVIIilinn. fill Pit-
' tim(,illHi(. Lincoln pnpor, givos-a dosurip
Mr. tion of "Old Abo" which wo venture to
, say is ono of tlio silliest attempts to mng
nify n small subjocti which has occurred
sinco tho days of "the great Tvvalmy, tho
NUICU lliu (li.rn ui iiiu u i ill ...mill , uiw
n!ienowll0(l inventor of tho wonderful Hood
unto smoothing iron." Wo quote a few
sentences, by way of vindicating our
"Ills (Abraham') nrnuitro lung, but not un
reasonably mi fur one ot 111 lirlclili liU lower
llintis nro'iiotdkiiropoitlolicd to Ills body."
"What a man ho must bo, to bo surol
His arms heinir within the bounds of rea
son, nnd his "pins' adapted to his body.
No mention being made of his feet, wo in
fer that thoy are not "unreasonably"
small. His hair is described with Millie
icnt accuracy for tho purposes of the cam
paign, but rather too biielly to bo entire
"Ills hair Is black, ami though thln.li lrlry."
Goodl Who can object to thin black
hair, provided itbo "wiry." Wo are al
so informed in tho same niliclo that Ah
laham's "tiaino" "tho' not muscular, is
wiry." Talk enough on that scoro. Now
contemplate his head:
"His head defies deJrrlntlnn. It neaicr ieom-
tIwl but ij "ll
Miraculous mngl Not only indescrib
able, but, (what is still mora strange) it
is unlike cither Clny's or Webster's! Cu
u'osity stands iu oboyanco and weepsl
Mayhap his noggin it -"ivollen?" Or
must wo fall reluctantly back upon the
probability that it is
"A head no hellebore can cure."
Wc aio informed 'however, that "it is
well set upon his shoulders." This is a
consolatory fact, nnd justifies tho hwpu
that it will remain on his sdiouldcrs us
long us ho livos.
His noo is "Roman" and his month
'wide cut.'' Thero U nothing vety lie
culiar about bis appetite, except that "ho
loves a good dinner." a cnnclusivo fnct
that ho is not altogether unlike Clay and
Webster, and the lest of mankind. He
don't ti-o Tobacco, but wo legiet to hear
that ho swears a little when ho gets liito
a "lowering rage." Hearken:
"A fiiend says that once, when in a towering
rago, in eon-ieii'ueneo of the cHoris of certain par
ties to perpctrato n fraud on the State, he was
heard to say, "They shan'tdo It, d n 'em.,'
flood gracious, Abraham! you should
'skip those hard word.il" Otherwise tho
Quakcis will bo down on you. "Swear
not at all," is ono of their cardinal arti
cles, and not cvon the reninrkablo fnct
that your "lower limbs are not dispro
poitionod to your body," will save yon
from th(?irjnst indignation, if over you
are heard to repeat tho offense. Tho fol
lowing paragraph touching his morals, is
also slightly dubious, insomuch that a
fertile imagination might construe it to
his hurt. Observe:
"We doubt if he c er indulges In any games of
On a question like that, Mr. editor, you
might either bo cettain or silent. Rut
thero is ono thing very certain, to wit: -The
gnme he is indulging iu just now, is
ori'incntly not ono of "chnnce" for him.
for ho will bo beaten so bad this tail that
tho very citizens of Springfield will fotget
the color of his hair, snd rejoice nt its
"wirinoss" no ninio forever.
"Sic transit gloria niiindi."
Be Not Deceived
Some of tho Republican politicians nnd
newspapers, who profess to a degieo of
conservatism on tho slavery question, and
nietciid to bo horrified nt the doctiiucs of
Uhnso, Seward, Giddings, nnd others,
UiU trying to make tho people, the honest
I . ... , . l 1
i voting men, iieltovo mauir. ijineoin was
solectcd at Chicago because ho was a
moderate man and hold opinions adverse
to tho "higher law" and "irrepressible
conllict" doctrines of the lenders of tho par
ty. Hut that is not true, and the pooplo
must take euro that thoy ate not deceived
by such statements. In the speech mado
by Sir. Lincoln in this city last fall, he
inferred to the fact that Sir. Seward had
proclaimed tho "iricpteshible conllict"
doctrine at Rochester, and said, "while
am here on this subject, I cannot but express
gratitude that this true view of this clement
of discord among us as I iir.i,u;vi: it is
iiltrucliuo more and more attention, I do
notbdieee that O'ov. Seward uttered that
sentiment because 1 iiai nosr. so UKi'onu.ii
because he rejlected on the subject and saw
the truth of it." Heiu Mr. Lincoln claims
the natornilv of this "inopiossiblo con
flict," and takes especial care to guard
ngainst tho iniiuessiou that Mr. Seward
the! was its author. Thoso, tlierefoio, who
. attemnt to nalm Sir. Lincoln oil as
inodeinto man on the slavery question do
it nt the expense of truth, llo is a man
after Joshua R. Gidding's own heart
leal out and out
'higher law" nbolitonint.
The Derby Races—Umpire Comes
Tho Derby Races iu England emtio oft'
on tho '2'2i, Sir. Ton Rroeck's horso Uin
pitc, canio to tho post behind ten compet
itors. This will disappoint many in this
, country who have bet heavily on Umpire,
but thu New 1 ovkJterald truly bays, no
I "Sir. Ten Rroeck did not tnko bis lior
cut Shulsos to England for tho purpose of vindi
was ! eating tho reputation.of the United States
or j iu an eqtiinu point of view. His btisiuesb
is is lo win money on tho turf, nnd ho runs
I his hoibo to suit his hotting book. If ho
could do better by making Unipito emtio
in elovonth thnti by getting him in fust,
than eleventh ho would assuredly bo, the
glory of tho Anioiicau eagle, tho invinci
bility of tho star spangled bnnnor, tho ic
collections of our Revolutionary heroes,
pattiots and sages. "tho Fotutli of July,
Eighth of January nnd so on, to tho con-
Thorniamby was thu winner. It is bo-
orJiovod tho amount of money that changed
in-j hands on Uinpiroicachcd a million pounds
Ten Rroock lost nothing but gained noarly
the $uU,UUU. London coiropoudents buy no
was "calm ns Summer" over his defeat.
No wonder? Xational Democrat,
itrSingnltir freak of imtuio. Wo
m were rclinblv inform n row t'ays nao, that
lcoepi Jlo -loliiihon, of Swan township, Yin-
ton county, has n couplo of fino cows,
... . e i . i l l lr
good stock, cacli of which had a call, ono
I'llllioiy tiusuwuu oi iiiur, uio uihuj ii.iviiik
I only aMnall tuft on ono car and ono leg;j
I tho bkin is as Kinontli an that on a man s
arm, nnd readily Riinhnins. w Inch tho
calves do not scorn to oniov very much.
ml-I'j'lio Jndgo is pvotectinR them as woll as
until l,u can with a view of lait-ing tuorn.
can wun n view 01 laiMiig tneni.
11,0 Hocking County lxepubhean.
tins Ui:n. .Ikksi-p Hied at Washington on
' Satttrday, of pnralyfcis, ngod 70 years.
Wocontinuo to roceivo tho most pain
ful accounts of lho terrible tornado in
Western Illinois niid Kasloin Iowa.
When tho iacts aioall gathered up, rind a
full statement of them mnde, it will ap
pear that no fimihtr cabimily over has bo
gun to equal this ono in actual destruction
of life and pioperty, and in nil lho atten
dant frightful circumstances. Sovnro ns
tho storm was, nnd great as was tho dam
ago done, on tho Illinois hido of tho Mis
sissippi rivor, tho storm visited with far
.. -1 .1. - ..' .. -fT !..!..
greater violence uio section oi iiiwn ijio
between Cedar Itapids nnd the river.
An cxtia sheet iceeived from tho press of
the Mt Vernon Xacs, Mt. Vernon, Linn
county, Jown, contains tho following
thrilling account of tho tornado and its
disastrous effects iu that quarter. This
extra shoot is datod Monday, Juno 4th,
and its contents wo hero givo in full:
We havo to record, thi3 morning, one of the
moat terrible visitations that ever desolated a
country Inhabited by men. About six o'clock last
night a terrific whirlwind, or tornado, passed, a
mile houtli ot our town. Irom West lo bast.
When first seen, probably bi.v or seven miles
away, it li ul tlio appearance ol n largo uiacK
shaft or column, shaped like nnutirl"ht liourchm,
extending fiom a tremendous thieatcnlng cloud,
winch lor some time mil hcen hatizine over the
West, to lho ground. Hundreds matched it as
snciit on its course, scemhiKlv bearlnc directly to
waul Mt. Vernon. It was attended with a heavy
roar, a? ol'a hundred trains of cars, branches of
trees could bo seen hi tho air, while Its changing
lb ii n, and tho Hakes of clouds thronn from iti
side thowed its nhirlhig motion.
When within ti tulles ol' us, while people were
seeking safety In cellnM, or, ns in some cases,
5eeKiiiir saieiv in cellars, or, us 111 hoiho eases,
wildly nbnnt the streets, it veered on I.
course, and bivept by in full sight sublime but
Hardly had It passed ere n half-dressed man,
bleeding fiom wounds upon bis head, anil reeling
upon his horse, rodo furiously into town calling
for help. Talking incoherently, ho leported per
sons killed arid others Injured at a little village or
It unlet IU miles nest, Known as St. Mary's. In
a few minutes, hundreds n ere on their way there
including Drs. C.uli.ut, llelden, Gordon and Car
son. The wild scene of desolation thoy found,
beggars description. Wo had imagined the liorlors
of n battle field, but never h id pictured anythingso
awful as the sight oftluxo poor victim,
iUa.liili.il. Klti. mill tin. ul. rl'lii-ai. Itivltiir tin..,.
.luicklieari-iedtothc house and store of ilancy
.lllef. near nt lnml. m-in mmui in tin. p.itn iirllnii
phjsiei.iiH and other Samaritan men nnd women.
At that jHiint (lie houso and ehnpuf a Mr.
Cunningham wero entirely destroyed; himself nnd
and family much injured. A few' steps farther on
MMiccly n vestige remained of the house nnd two
large barns of Mr. James llurgo Two of his chil
dren, a grown up son nnd a small daughter, fntnl
Ij hint, limo since died. Mr. William Wuln,
brother of K. I). Wain, of this place, nnd a young
man by tho name of Columbu3 Sparks, happening
to lie in or near tnc liouso nt tlio lime wero niter-
wn.ds found dead. As the blast nnm-oached, Ste-:
phon Smith, son of Joseph Smith, wus scon to tide
up, nnd spring from his horse, was afterward
picked up mortally injured. Several persons wero
sated by creeping Into a root house, partly under
fTt'iltiliil lit tlnrj Ki t villi J Ltd it il if iimm tl.r- niflli
o' ""V1.. 'V y-'p w y;.
A little c.islwntd.the house and barn of Mr.
Clatk Thompson wero utterly demolished. Ills
fondly, by running down iu the cellar escaped for
some'ieasom lie did not go with them, nnd so lost
his life. Clmoby, Mr. Joscphus Smith nnd fam
ily were much hurt, but irit so d ingerously. His
hoit'so was torn down, his hugu bam turned partly
around mideanied fifty feet.
The power and force of this "demon of tho ele
ments" must lino been immense. Wo reached
the path of its fury less thin nu hour after it went
hunting on. We found n hundred men standing
ni'Otiud mute and ngh.ist. 'I he siill'e era had been
boiiiea..i. ,but (bi le were other etideneesof its
fearlul mission. Houses gone, uttoilv annv una
nothing but blackened and smeared foundations
told where they had been; tree-t, ono and two feet
in diameter, nnil even larger, upiooteu and nurleil
many rod, rubbed of branches nnd foliage; car
casses of horses, cattle, and swine strewed tho for
And yet the track of the whirling demon was
not more than twenty rods in width wo speak
the central force which wmked thu destiiictiou;
outside of that thero was a mighty wind, but no
such traces of power were left.
On eastwaid it continued its wild wotk. As
passed south of Us, another one of less power
seemed to form ju.-t north of town and bear otl'to
wiirds I.ihon. lletwecn here and there it was
met by a fragment which had broken away from
tho main storm, when, with increased fury it swept
hoi tit of that Village, ovci throw ing two houses,
foitim.itely vacant, lho depot building and rating
house, uiui then passed on to join tlio main cur
tent failher east.
Wo weio told by Dr. Hammer, this morning,
that when ho observid it, it would sometimes
spiing up, and, for a space, do no damage, then
an instant it would swoop down, destroying every
thing before it. lleio we noticed nothing of the
kind, it always hugged the earth with the embrace
of a fiend.
Of its courso Hast of Lisbon w o liivo not
p.uticulars. It is eeitain, however, that between
there mul I loueer drove, eight or len lives were
lost, nnd liiiinv others hoiribly iuhircd, while
destiiictiou of property is even gie.it er than here,
nor lias its lury, wlicu last nearu irom, in tne least
Tho to vn Is shrouded in doom. Stores nnd
places ofbuinoss aio closed. Men are going
nnd coming from, tho scene of disaster, or in knots
upon the streets talkni" in subJueil tones. an
nus un.iuthentic.ited rumors are passed from mouth
tn mouth, riotne insert that, as the storm passcu
they distinctly saw hum m bodies winding in
Other recount evidence of the hurricane's force.
One man found the blade of n shovel-plow so firm
ly diivcn into a tiee (h it ho could not pull it
Alc.iiiwhllo preparations nro making for tho
Appended Is a list of the killed nnd wounded,
far wo can learn:
Killed William Wnln. Patrick Lynch, Colnm-liusi'p.iiks.Cl.uksonT'.ioinp.-oii,
n sou of James
llurgo, a boy not yet identified, found In tlio woods,
eidently brought across the Cedar In lho storm.
Iniiiied. The famllv of Mr. Cunningham,
girl moi tally, Stephen Smith, mortally, family
James Hurge, Joseplius smith aim launiy, uenry
EAST OF LISBON.
A iI. Piper injured, two children killed,
Iitinicr and family Injured, William Audio
wife missing, proliilily killed, live killed in
family, named Allen.
WEST OF THE CEDAR.
1'ivo persons are icKirted killed. Particulars
not yet known.
It Is also leported that several houses
blown down, nnd several persons killed North
Later One o'clock P.M. At 11 o'clock
took the train Mast, and went as far ns .Mechanics-
lllu, uud came back on tlio return train.
The destruction on tho line of the road Is.tfpos-
sibio greater than here. At Mcchanicevillo
ten liodiesiiivugiu iu mini tno country, miriu.
lu tho vicinity oi Liaivitr, liltcen or iwemy
killed. Thiity-soven lives lost ut Camaucho
many iivjurcd nnd missing,
Overland Mail— Interesting from
California, China and Japan.
SPRINGFIELD. Mo., June 10.
irl.n nvn,t'i,i.t AT ill ...iiii.li. uilh klv tLlunnirord
ntul t?aii I'rancUco dates u. thu UUtof Muy ti-co
d.tjs later tli.ui by tlio l'mty Uxptui. united lieio
nl emlit o'ciock tin morning, i uu nun r nineiscu
lupersimnlsli tho follow lug highly Important news
Hum Jiitun aim uiiuia, uy inu tcnuouer rage,
vshleli left the ll.iy of JciMo, April !i:l.l.
Tlio teutner VngtiC, with Hewn from China to
April 10th, ivporta that lliu Chinese h.no concliul
ed to pay tlio llngllsh nml Fri-nch (ovciiuncnU
their exfionnep, mul accede to all their demands.
Tho ports and navigation of Uio livers tuo to bo
The Americans aio charged by tho China
Chronlclo with having licciiengaged in the Coolio
. r i i i i....,!.
l tl.l(10,uilil a piiioi.ilii.iinm una ueeu imsucii uy uu-
,lll(,ui,K,(i Chinese oilielal, warning them ogainst
ti10 practteu nt Kliliiappin;
, Ul" I"'1
assasmnatiil on tno iuiii oi .uaron. no was go.
, ,-wllllll4ll0U0 t0 tho ,.ala,o with his rctinuo,
, i,wi !.,. wiwnttaekod bvioiuteen Jaiuneso. dress.
,01! as travelers. lJi letinuo had nx uuied
1 si-virl xvoun-na. Onv of tho assassin .who
. The lVu'ico (ioitaino, who was at the'
'tho nreseut Japamo (.ovciniuent,
nuita imli., on I ul 1 SI l o r Mm: I. In was en.
wounded mid could not escape, had his head cut
.r.V "m .,7, : :i"iY ,3""
L ijviuscouimdca and carried oil', tupixnent their
liolug tecognized. Two of tho ascitis were
1 prisoners of high rank, and bad tho prlillego given
rs-iu uiuugraw. wam-hmu u.s i i 1 1 'umjmw
' thereby prcvcnlltir; llicir properly being conflseat
ctli Mini paving ll.eir families from tliu dligr.ico
which would entail upon them had lliev been bo
hended. Thirty people were beheaded on tho 1st
of Aplll, liiulng been Inteie-tid in tho alliilr.
Since lho death of tho n'd Tjoon, wider whoso
rolpn lho treaty was made, there has been nu
entlro chsngo In Iheovctiiinciit, tho present dy
u,i9t.v being oppo.6d to foielgn Ititrrcoutse, throw
ing every obstacle in the way to hileirupt trado
nnd eoinmeieo, that they K).isiblv cul do, wllhout
violating the treaty. The opposition, at the head
of which U Prince Mcto, U ieiorted ns being as
strong ns lho prejent government, ntuj Insurrec
tion Is momentarily expectod, Ouardhnuseswllh
standa of nrms nro numerous, both In tlio towns
nnd nlong the road to the city ofjeddo. All for
eigners mo requested not to go out niter dark, and
nro luhlscd by their rcspcctlio Counsuls logo
iii.uvi. lib mi nines.
The Sumner Threats.
WASHINGTON, June 9.
Information was lodged with Mayor Ilerrlt,
without the knonlcdgo of Mr. Stunner, that the
lattot's room was Improperly Invaded, nnd that
threats hail been made against Ids life. Tho
Mayor promptly Investigated tlio matter nnd pro
eincdnn aflid.it It ns to who tho principal party
wns nnd tho sulntanco of tho latiguago ho em
ployed towardt Mr. Stunner. Upon ascertaining
tho fact that tho offender committed tho net whllo
In a state of beastly intoxication nnd did not In
tend nny Injury to Mr. Sumner nnd regretted tho
act, Mr. Darrott accompanied tiro gcntlcinnn.who
gavo his name ns Capt. Henry, to Mr. Sumner's
room,nboutU o'clock to-night, nnd ho dillynpolo
glzed to Air. Sumner, which was satisfactory to
St. Louis. June 10.
Tho Santa To correspondent of the Republican
says the attack upon Tort Deliincoby tho Njy.i
joes wns made from thrco different points, just af
ter tue setting ot tnc moon, nml while tnc garrison
was asleep. One party entered the Seller's Etor
and carried olfeverythlngwilhinroa eh. Aliotho
,,,. t..i r...,..i i.... . r n i ,i
running , ffi a I b n we o . j- y driven o f.
nnd followed up tho mountain, till tho troops wero'
compelled to halt In couscnuenco of random fir
ing from tlio Foil, d.it kites being so thatnfriend
couldn't bo distinguished from n foe. Tito Indi
ans were estimated to bo over a thousand strong.
Twolio wero killed nnd four or fivo mortally
The Atiznna correspondent of the llcpullican
says that Indt in depred itlnns still continue in that
country, nnd much distress felt in consequence.
j SPUING AND SUMMER
ii .:,. ii.,.i .,..... t ,.
rocr,l ICS, Ilanln.'lIC, QtlCeilCSWal'C
j UlaSSW.Il'C, AOllOIlS &Ct &C,
All of which will bo sold nt lowor prices than nnr
i oilier establishment In this rcsion of country,
CLO TIIS.CASSIMEnKS, VKSTIN'GS &c.
I ' '
Mnr CVCfV shlo nnil vnriotv. Ua VM. Hlf VitU
(JItTIAT U15D1ICTION IX l'UICCS AT
HIIK iinilersltriicil'ls nowrccclvinsfrom tho enst
L em citios.liis sprinKnndsumuicrstockofgoods,
eonsistiui; of Staple nnd Fancy
ilc.. which which will bo so'd at tho lowest ligures.
Huts and Caps, Bonnets, X-c, it-c
A largo lot of
SPUING AND SUMMER SHAWLS !
Will bu sold VT.KV CI1KA1.
Thankful for past favors ho hopes a continuation
of tno same.
Cash paid for Wheat and Clovcrsced !
And most kinds of Produce
tyCash paid for Wool!.
WALL IMPBHMYALL PAPER!
22,000 tas 22,000
IN STORE, AND MORE DOMING 1
From the BSichcst ftoltl and
Velvet Paper acid ISor
tlei'ri 1o the Cheapest
We out l call the attention of every botly In need of
to nnr new etylts or ttlnlnp Koom, Sitting Homo, Hed
Itoom, Hull, lir or, Ollice mul Oeilinit Papem uud Hor
de i a, which believe are the liamismipt ever hrouuht to
Mille sburtf. Wch.ive ulr a full supply nf plain Marble,
Ofik,iiml ail KIikIh of Imitation IV per a, Lint, Comci,
Centres and Cornices for auk ami Ceiling Panels ami
Buff Greon, and Blue Hollands
of all widths.
Window (Jorntccs nnd Hands, ami Curtain Fixture! In
great variety, '
At the Book Store.
June, 1SD , nl5.
HHsnltscrlher tiiVes tliin method to Inform tho puhlic
I Kt'tH-rally th.ilhe lus ni:alri commenced opperHtlona
at hit Old Hiund, such as Wool Cording UVls tplnlnj?
Into Yarn, Ifoubliiiff and Tnhtiu and Keeling Coverlet,
Carpet nnd tSloo inn Yarn; Pin(Vrn toi l'lanncl. Car
tels or Coverlets. MrtimratturiuK Wool Into Blankets,
rldniiela, Clo'hs, Cavuiere, Casenttt, Ac, 4c,
Work will he done on the hortept notice and At as
mederato charTei ui at nny other cstahlisluneiit lu tlds
l;lnity foreashor on shares, and all work entrusted tu
hi- cue will be warranted and as lie lias went to great
expensa In putting his works In compittu workiag order ho
hopes hy strict attention to business to receive a full
and liberal share of the puMIc patronage,
FredcrlckshuFgh June 1 at 1 (10.
JU1IN J. N. DUATKICK.
AGNIFlG3NfL, ENGRAVING OP
uud liis Crew.
Thin Jieituttful Eitffritvtnff was drslgncd bv'Itfiirss,
ou f tlte mimt t'tk'iirateit artists tat ever lived; tlio
cot of Hie orlitliuil design uud ilato being over tSOOU,
size il by Indies.
The rlillideliilila liitlli A tics, aj , "the mere roml
mil sum anked for ttie tnsravliiir, is n sufllclent Induce
inent to ptrsuns to purchase, ttlthout the additional (llft.'r
rt'llKl)UI.B OF tllKTS
To be Flven to tlio jiurccuacrf. For full particular!, cnit
ror a mil.
1 Uiii-li, S0A'l
1 Cash, .1,(iuO
1 dull, S(KK)
1 Ojtll, l,5 IU
1 Caali, l.tKNJ
1 Cauli, tmi
1 t'nsli, t l")
1 Culi. IOO
Together with a Kreat vrrlety ar other valuable (lifts.
Hryini; In value from Ml ets to ,25.
Any person enclosing In a letter $1 nnd five 3 cent
l'ostnge Stamps (to pay for po.tae and Holler ) shall
receive, by relun or mall, the mnjrnincent Engraving of
Christopher Columbus, (and one of these valuable Gifts
as per Hill.)
Address alll orders for Hills or Ensravinps lo
I'. B. MKIILINI". i CO.,
nlUmn llox liVi, 1'hl adelpbla, I'a.
Salo of Real Estate by Order of
ON Weilno.'day tho eighteenth, ilny of July, 1800.
nt tlio timu of u'olock, 1'. M. ut'eald day, wilt,
ho sold, im tho jircmiscs in lilchlund tnwiisliip
1 Inline Count)', Ohio, to tho highest bidder thu
following real estuto na tho property of W, AV.
.mirlin, ui'ce.iscil; tu-in:: i no nunu-onsi. quarter
iii'tlifl Bout h.eiist. niliirler (if aootion ho. eleven.
j iV"1iVi?lrt-a tl'AflV U'US0 ,,ln0' arpr"ls;a at
0 ,,1," tu''yjfa fr00 frora any Incumbrance.
i lor dower.
Tkhmh or S ale; Ono-lhird cash In hand, ono-
third in uno )car nnd ono-third in two jears from
day of sale, with Interest thcroon. JlortEago to bo
given on tho iiroralscs to secure doforrod paymanta.
Wit, il llOlil.S.
AdmlnlHtrators of tho ostato of W, W, .Martin,
Trial oi Mowers.
rpiIEUK will bo a trial of Mowing Machines
JL on tho farm of Armstrong WoTgauiot, ono
half nillo west of Millcr&burg 011
Tiiosdiiy tilt; UOili day of Juno.
Quitoa number of Machines aro expected tobe'on
waai1"3'- persona imcresicu iu 1.1. iiyu vui.i.m.
June 11, lfc'CO. nl7wi:
ATOTICH is hereby given that tbo subscriber
! JL Im been amy appointeu unuiuauuo us. w
ulnl'tratorof tho estate of Jacob IJoets, deceased,
late of Holmes county, Ohio.
jusu'ii u. .ui . . ai.
June 7, 16G0 3 Administrator.