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CLAUSE & STJTPHEN,
OFfirE in Tnliaiadce BloU
:rd s:'-rj- FiH r l t;.Xfi
iit head of Stairs. -
CITY 0? LAXOISTXB:
Vh Democratic Party and liarprr'a Ferry
To Democratic partj, at war with itaelf,
)at to roala in ths entire north. stared io
the face by the certainty of orartlirow in
GO, are laboring to manufacture politioal
capital out of the late, insurrectional Har
per's Ferry, by charging it npon the Re
pablio'an part. This is hut another mie
erabl triok to frighten the coneenrative,
men of the north into their ample gam
bag, that they may again end more iuo
eesafully fleece them o(. their rijhts. The
Ohio Suleiman that embodiment of po
litical meanness itat sluice-way 'of all tfce
corruption that follows io the wako of un:
principle! demagoguee, first mustered the
. aadioilj to pahlish tbii groundless charge
, and' the "lesser JigbU,'' all over the Stn'e
Itare taken uD tlie aboriioo, end w'uh un-
.. precsdented hardihood bay run it in the
. people' ear. , . We , have ever been, and
fruit ever, shall be, . numbered among the
, defender of, truth. We ever efaall prompt-
, ly and bulJlj expo to the utmost of oui
' ability falsehood, nod error in every a'lape.
Wd W )tt Id thiol i the Republican, nor any
K other party trom the direct or indirect ten
aJerjojr of its principles, and if in our judg-
taehl tboee pnnoipUa : had - the remotest
tendency to evil we' would ezpoae them at
' hrtt;j and readily, at ttie , wiles oi Satan
; liluisilf,,- But, untble to tee in Rf publiosn
criucililea uttihin haviiiff tb remotest
" tenileney. loyiiiiOHtely or illegilmetely to
-produce OTtnourae or eeoction the mad
,"fora)vat llaiWr Ferry, we an dieposed
to defend il against thesi contemptible
imputation. No retton, tatiafactory, or
unsatisfactory we have yet aeen offered by
' the democrsiio pre of the Stale, tav
that. JoliQ Brown! the originator, and at
, tempted executor of llii wild subeme of
. nadnett and fanaticism, .' Uepubl't
ao," and IhetOerrit Smith, rowan in
male of an asylum, wbotf want be suouiu
. liar graced, year ago tod a few other of
j similar calibre and' tim'tlar deserts . who
ver "aider and abettor,"io thit soliem
of tnsdnees "bar acted with the Repub
lican party." We have only to give a re
. ' fleeting mind the argument used, (if such
; tniserable futilities deserve the name) to
have il originator treated with deserved
ftontempt. "John Browh U member of
, the Republican party, therefore the Repub
lican party are retponeible for bis tot ,at
Herper'e Ferry, Tsst ibis most logical
'- ronclusian. Jobn Brown- h a' member of
, 'die PesbvtarUn eburob,' therefore the
ohoroh I reapontibl for hi . acts-t Her
- par's Ferry, and the principles of religion
leaJ to insurrection. "Aaron IJurr, was a
". member of the Democratic parly,, and i
osndiJate (or the Tioe-Pridoncy. Aa
, ren Barr, conspired against ' the . gov
ernmerit end compared with the enormity
, of hie crime, Brown's was nothing. There'
fore tli Oimooralio parly are responsible
for his note. Our Statea prison i filled to
overflowing with men who have violated
'' evaty law, (he highest and lowest on our
ata'ute-hocka, who born and bred demo
"' rt.i, thought it sin against high heaven
Io vote any other' prinniple. The demo
' 'crtio party are therefore responsible for
their acts, Demoitretic principles are the
'''ustwe of these wrong. Baennnd impious
roncltiaion, false and Rroundleae oliargn,
' to be compared with nothing in meanness,
aave it author.
T ii a Elxpham IIahxidal Again,
Thn old "Hannibal" elephant of Van Am-
burgh, about whom ao many wonderful
thing ar related had another lit of rage
Friday mornintt laat Williamaburgh, near
New York. lie attacked a borne in the
rel plaoe and put lilua to riiuut, lore a
wagon Io pieces nn l then pitched into the
cages, destroying those oi the hyena, bears
wolves and aibras. Presently he made
hi way to th atreet trumpeting defitnoe
and putting th populace to flight. He
wat at laat driven into a atona yard where
tb heavy cbaio which fastened one of his
fore lega and on of hi tusks together,
osught on an enormous stone and impeded
hi movement ao that by aid ol tba hooka
' of a hook and ladder company he waa se-
nured. Providentially no one waa hurt.
Old Hannibal i the largeatelephant in the
oauntry and bat half a doatn lime been
- reported dad.
From Harper's Ferry.
. Harmr' Ferry", November 19 Mid
t' n'gM. Vnriou rumors have been afloat
'o day u to ths approaoh of "armed meo'
from Ohio, in the ilireotion of Whxelin;.
.Th ripc'Me aouroea from wbl'ih Ihe
ec'por; oriirmlHd haa created some ex its
.mint about Chtrlestown, tut none here.
't' Our people ar veiy quiet, not expecting
Htiy attempt at rescue, nor do tbey fear any
. ("oree, however fnnniuablo, because they
(re prupatcd for any emergency.'
' ,T.le uumirouH Gn-a about Clinrleatown,
bare induced the citixtua to ai.ticipa't om.
't suboysnce. They ar more exoited, bnt
no oan is at all afraid of the result, even
' lf iiB. attempt should he mtde.
Col; Davia haa male thomuM amolapro
vuion for any number of the enemy who
,iuay. make a oall. I learn that mors troops
1 are being dnbiaoded from the Governor.
ihi may lie aa much to protect me prison
era trim th populace aa anything else.
' As ftr aa I can learn,' titer ia no caue to
apprehend danger.''': " ; "; '
Evibimci or,BMvri'i Insanitt
. Iloyt. one ol Brawn's oouoael. is now
th city for the purpoM of getting aflld
vita of the arqaainlanoea of Brown aa to
ki insanity A larrfe qumber ol fndavit
: have- been prerared at Akron, ) lludsoo,
pleavelacd, cVe... and tbey , ar mad by
nteo of tba first respectability, ,: who bav
bnbwo Browa for-aaany years, intlmsUly,
aodther.! no differno ' of Opinion
among the' aa to tba ' tneaomania of
Brown npon.' the subject - of sla?ry.
Clersland Herald, 18th. .
A. Fersoaat Iatervtew wit Cit.BrowH j
Wife Y 1st t of a Lady to the Charles
air. Til loo famishes to the Indepen
dent a eketoh of Mrs Browa, and of a
viail of a lady to John Browa ia Charles
town prison. We mtke a lew extracts:
Ten minutes' acquaintan;e ia enough to
alio that she is a womao worthy to be
the wife of euoh man. She ia tall.lerge
and moertilar. giving the imprtssion at
first eight of -frame capable of great
strength and lotfg odurat.ee. Her fare
is grave and thOughtf Jl, wearing, even in
thia Lour of her trial, an expression of
eoberttess rattier than' adnee, aa if. like
bef husMnd. she bad ro since ' reamed
how to anfler and be calm. Ildr manner
ia aincularly quiet and retiring , although
her natural simplicity aid modesty 'can
not hide ihe evident force of character, and
strength ol will and judgement, wbicb
have Ivted her long to b'a a counsellor
in her husband's enterprise, and a sup
porter in his trials.
bli U a native Of Wbiteball. cear
Lake Cbaxplaib. add las baa been- the
mother of ihirteeft childretf; but ' no'.with
standint; the caret ot her numerous fami
ly, and her many privations and stuggles
independent of. Iioosehot I burderrs, the
etill appears as fresh and hale as - if, she
were cn'y now in tb prime rnd vigor ol
life. . .. ; ,- .
- The conversation of rtouraa was of the
aeenee of , Hurpor's Ferry- both those
which have already - been ennClea, , and
those which are shortly' to follow. Bhe
alluded, with su'bdu'ed though evident
emotioo. In the wound of . her lmsbaod,
and to the Ios of her two sons, WaU6n
and Oliver, who fell io the strifggle. But
she made no such remark (or that recently
attributed to lief to a New bngUnd news
paper, "that four ot her sons had already
been alain. aud ahe would be willing that
all the rest of her finally should be made a
aaorifice, if neoetsary, to the eautt of free
, These worda, eh said to me, could nev
er possibly have faileu from her lip; for
the had already felt too many. erief to
court any fresh aacrifioea: and aha tioUld
not think without pain of any new. death
alroke to her family. She would not
shrink from any necessary trie! or strtfy
gle when the hour came for it,- but she
eou d not look forward with composure to
any further leenio(r of her family, already
too adly broken. Sue regretted trial any
rucb word slionlJ have been put in her
mouth, "for," aa ahe remarked, "they
were uomnt'.ierly worde."
She aai I iho had been . so long aoeua-
tomed to sorrows that she bad been train
ed to bear them. While living ia Ohio,,
four of her ehildren died, from dysentery,
within eleven days, three of whom were
carried Io the grave .together on the esme
day! ftbe mentioned, in (hi connection,
thaUker husband had always been a watch
ful nurse, and the chief care taker of the
children, aud herself, duriuir periods of
CAPTAIB BROWN'S HKLIOtJCa CHARACTER
I adverted, in slludiogto Capt. Brown's
religious opinion, to the common report
(hath was an Old School Presbyterian.
Sh replied that be had beep a ohuroh
member ever aince he waa a boy; that be
united . at sixteen' veara ' of ace. with ' a
Congreglional.Cb.uph in Hudson, OhioJ
anu inai on . rerooTing vt t enoyivaoia,
thirty years ago, be transferred hie mero
brrbhip to the Preabxterian churoh, with
which he had since rumVmcr! , connected.
8b said that th religious ehrnr nt of bis
character had always been (heruling mo
tive of his life, .
He had alwaya observed religious ex
eroiaea io bis household with exemplary
regularity.. It had been for many years
th custom of the family to read the Bible
every morning. In regular oourae oi ouap-
lers, aaoh member reading in turn a verse.
Sb aaid that her husband's familiarity
wiih text of Scripture was ao great that
b could delect nlmoal Ihe slighteat mis
quotation of any paasage and that if
portion of a verse in almost any pari of
tlio Bible were lead or repeated to him
he could immediately repeat the remainder.
Ins conversation frequently abounded
with Scriptural quo'utioas, and bis letters
were always filld with them.
: lit tONQ UKDITATIO DISirjN.
I referred, inui lentally, to the design
upon Harper' Ferry aa having been pre
meditated for two years, to whioh ahe im
mediately rplicd:"Not for two years, but
for twenty! lie hal been waiting twenty
year for some opportunity to free the
sliivus; we bad all been waiting will) in n,
th propnr lima when he should put hia
reaolve into action, and when at last Ihe
enterprise of Harper's Ferry was planned,
we all thouitht that the lime had now
oome; Mr. Brown waa sanguine of suc
cess, we all were equally confident; he
had no idea, nor did any of t'-e family,
that the experiment would reault in defeat;
we all looked to it aa falDlliog the hopes
of many years. "
1 IIB IttSANtT
I than put th question wiub 'I bud
been uliitflv rolivitous to askf "It is the
common talk of the newspaper tbat Capt.
Brown is insane; what do you say to
"I never knew," ahe replied, "of hia
insanity, until I read it in the newapapora.
lie la a clear beaded man. lis lias al
ays bean and is now in hl right mind
Me is always cool, deliberate and never
over hasty; but lie has always considered
that uie Drat perception or duty, and Ins
first impulses io action, were the best, errd
afettob foUoWed. lie has almost a I
way acted upon hi first auggeslions
No, be ia not insane. Hi reason is clear.
11m last ait wa I lie result, a all bis other
sole have been, of his truest and strongest
MR. .' C3MVraAII0It.
Thela.ly whoviild Brown in prraoo
furnished material for tie followiog:
"I never saw a person who seenwd less
troubled or etoited, or wbose mini. Was
less dixturbed and more dear. Ilia re
marka ar pointed, pithy and sensible.
H i not in tb least aeulimnntal, and
teema to bare aingularly excellent com
mon aense about everytLiog."
She asked him the direct question
"Were you actuated io any deffr. in un
dertakiog your late erjterpri ', by a feeling
oi revenge; aaing mat a common tm
preaaion to Ihsf effect bad gonv abroad.
II maolfeated mtfeh aurprlae ' at thia
atatement, and after praing, a - tnomsnt,
rplid: - . i .
'. "J. 'am not eonaorbuiof yr haying had
a feeling of revenge; no, .not' in all the
wrong done to tna and toy family in Kan-
Bat I aa set tbat a thing j wrong
and wicked, tod ean belp to right it, and
can evea hope that those who do the wrong
may be pumahed, and atill have no leeling
of revenge. No I have not been actuated
by any apint ot revenge. , t .
He talked a socd deal about his family,
manifesting solioilude for their cemfort af
ter he waa gou. but expressing his great
confidence and truat in Udd'a kind Provi
dence in their behalf.
When some allusion waa msde to the
aenlenoe which he had received, he aaid.
very deliberately and firmly, and as my
friend aaya, Valotfcafaublimely'Wl do
not think I can better serve the cause I Jove
ao much than to die for it!" ' ',
The Bailroad Accieeat at Cambrtdee
t ( Camspoadsnce Bt ths ClaclauU GHU. 1
: Cxmaridqb Cltr. Nov. 19, 1859.
The iocesaant rain of yesterday prevent
ed Mny more of the fragmentiof the wreck
at the bridge being' removed than would
eitrioaltS those who bad keen caught io it.
This morula? finds all the force that the
Uompany can muater, cngagea in moot
ing up the bridge; preparatory to lower
ing the locomotive under it. whiob will bo
the only means of cetlinaei thS mafs bf
ruins. By actual count, I find that thir.
teen cue instead of 12 as waa at Erst sup
posed,, are contained in the heap, and frord
what 1 can ludse the wuoie oi mem are
contained in a apace of about 40 feet, bar
in it rjtfed u"p6n olie another. The locomo
(ivo and tender reat partially Opon a (tone
ptar, which fortundtely impeded the prpg
resa of the train, or the whole train of sev
enteen cars would hHve pitched one npon
another'. As it wss four were" sifrtd by
tb chasm being ao filled np that no more
c'oulcf pile id. ; The looomoliv and cars
are so wrecked" tlist t tbiott tbe clnnot be
repaired: and that together with th a
niountof losoT hogs, f pari of whiob Will
be reoovered by reoderiog the asm whiob
process it now" aMd on, trader the slper-
irYtendence of Mr. Morrison, nb ofd' poVk
nrfuker. Cum. anbles. ATc. ca'anot fall'
D6tt 61 tbiVty thousand dollars, aid that
not taking into' contrderation the great a
moirnf of frefgbtand travel, ihtH will aeek
other' meana of tranapoVtaMon. Al no time
eih'oe tb cofaupletion' of the road, haa auob
an enormous amouc't . of t(7gfil beotf car
ried over the road, ae during the" present
season. Freight trains 6f gr'taf lbngth
were cobtioually' paasrog and tepaaaing,
and all the running ato'bk belonging to the
rond was1 being strained to tae inmbac to
do the work. .
The services of the best bands on the
road were brought into requisition, in or
der that the work might be conducted ib
as" expeditious a manner aa pbssibTe V
benos omrtb. Who was Killed, waa taisen
front the passenger train, in ordr that be
might expedite mattera by bia go' ahead
Smith waa killed in endeavoring to' aaVe
the properly of the' Company and the Uvea
ot those Under hie rate. When it was
known that the bur Id the bridge were tip
and thai no buman power eould atop the
train, the engineer, who first discovered it
reversed his engine, and ordering toe tire
man to tump, followed bio in the peril
i the pern
it rosy af
ous uodertakinfr, and strange as
Dear, both only received a few scratches.
Smith was at tb lima, npon the top ot1
ihe train, about midway ol it, sod when he
saw that the enrrineer and firemen had d
aerted their posts, hi manfully engaged
himself in plviog th brakes, and
brought tbem Io bear upon three of tbe
call, before they went down. He appear
d to b determined"' 'to ssveTll'e'train'""!
possible; ttqd I am credibly informed, by
those who were on the trsin, that he might
have saved bia. lite bad be not attempted
to aave lb property. Thus porished Jack
Smith in endeavoring io aave the ptopor'y
of those by whom be waa employed. The
heart of many a railroad man wss made
to ache yesterday, when it was made
knon that Jack Smith was mortally
wounded, for uo man in the employ of the
Company was more reapeoted by the peo
ple generahy, and tht Company particnlur
ly, than be. In a word Jack Smith waa
the man that was always ready to perform
any aot to promote the comfort of those
who might find it convenient to be ptaced
onder bis care, and thereby gained the
oonfidetice of all with whom he associated,
lie leaves a wife and child to mourn bis
loss. His family did not roach here until
some lima after he died.
Nawby was alao a man of family leaving
a wife and four children, aa 1 understand,
Lll'ott, the man who escaped With Sirl-
cus wnnnd is still , alive and is doing as
well as could be txpected uoder th cir
cumstances. He rested well during tbe
night, and ha physician tells ma that bs
will recover, unions soma new develop
meats art mad to-day, ha having been ao
shocked that it waa thought best to delei
dressing tba wounds, until reaotion takes
place. ' " .
The coroner's jury of inquest hate been
in session ever since lb ooonrrenoe, eatf
now, at 12 o'clock, have not brought In a
verdict, having bad to examine a great a-
mount of evieenceln the oase. ' From what
I ean learn lb blame must attach to the
rouduotor on tb morning pataenger train
having failed Io tla his train. I am told
tbat Smith, prior to bia death, ssid tbat he
had ordered the conductor of the paaseo
ger train to flig his train ; and had he fol
lowed the dlreolion, lb accident would
not bav happened. If auob. is the case,
it will divert any blame that might hereto
fore have attaohed to Mr. Drury, the man
in ehargo of lb bridge repair. Oo thing
is very sure; when it wss known that th
train bad paased th depot, he used all pqa
Bible exertion, to prevent tlr catastrophe,
bnt bis exertions pioved futile. I have
just visited ti e jury and find them still
engaged in taking evidence. From pro
ent indications, rt will ba some time before
tbey return a verdrol. From the evidence
now being taken, I judge that the blame
will fall upon tbe Conduotor of the morn
ing passenger train, be bating failed to
flag. It i true there is a itata'ory law in
regard to taking up track, tbat any oue do
ing ao must put t aignal eighty rod each
way fro no the plaee; but the Company
have printed rulea. on the back of their
time table which give no suoh . dheclions.
from wbicb it is bald tbat Mr. Drury wat
perfectly excimbl n not sivirrg auoh ng
nal, a b war working trader tb rules of
tb Company, and bad nothing to do with
statutory law. If auob ia the case it Will
otirely exculpate Air. Drury. Tb train
ia coming and I must clot. S. H. II.
W "Don't fail to see Sixth A on Ural A
nouneemant," and brilliant offers fo ano
ther column. ., . . ' .
LLWAKT150 FARMS lit A SjRLIOHTenL Rill
L mat, rich soil, and SMare- froB lrou. m dm.
iwawaisvi ttUBOileituti a aaar olaa
Grace Greeaw4 the -'UarelC la
i ... , ., Coaimoi Life.
Th aeventh .lecture ia the FraUralTY
Course, of Theodore .Parker's Sooiety. at
Boston", was delivered on Tuaalsy evening
by Mra. Sarah Jane Lippinoott, of Phila
delphia, mora generally known aa Grace
Greenwood. " Wa make a few extract
from th full report of th Boston Bit :
RxroRjls THEits raiiKos' aud roxa.
Never, aioca the 'worl 1 beg'an, haa a
grander warfare been wagd than that now
going on in our very rdidst, though the
ereat reforms of the arte a warfare blood
ies, yet terrible, peaoeful, yet deadly. It,
a, the struggle of a soul discouraged.
fin-olio ? Sfraieat a world it woulJ bless.
humanity it would redeem. Into the fight
they fling themselves with matchloas aban
don of faith and solf eaciifice the purest
hearts, the olearest intelligence of the age;
all the most aoanly and woaaaly and Lime-
tian spirit; the philosopher, calm and tar
aeeine the orator, who apeaka for nations
and the centuries; the scholar, seouring
learning aue culture: the poet, wheae brain
Ceata into rythrn; whose heart tbrob' int
the eternal harmonies of God Truth,
Liberty and Right. Ah ! too many of
these gentle and Catholio naturea, and in
deed (he fight; for it has been not alone a
hand-to-hand grappls with falsehood and
wrong, bat a betfrb-breaking atrife, a bit-'
Car contending with decent frienda, with
the frienda artjetiiUeS of life ifridj the Sweet
aaaoaiationa of the year. They plant treea
whose brapohea may never sheltet them.
Tbey sow- where, they may not reap: They
may all fall at Thermopylae, but humani
ty ahall aot miss of the good, the blessing,
the victory, nor tbey of the gfory at last.
(Loud applause, jl ''
Among our peculiar reiorms, the wo
man's Dress Emannipation ia perhapa the
leae! eeriotfsly thought of. It haa against
it. faabion. taste, custom, dealers fo drv
gobies, Undertakers, and the eenliment of
th atreet (LAnhter.r It claim for al-
lies, only health, c 6m fort, economy and
common sense (Ltujhter and applauss.)
Il has fought gaTta'utly rm tfoetfual fibl,
and has given examples' of a kind of hero-
ram to be reapeoted, if not imitated," ad-
ftnrable. if Io ' degree wasted. It lakes
more nerve, -often, Iq labe a jeering rabble.
than a line of 1 bayonets'. I have had my
lieroio moments', when I even draard'ed
myself eqbal to the r'oU of Joan of Aro a'fl'd
Urica Darling; birt never - in my utmost
exaltatibn have I felt captbl ot leading
in this desperate enort to row against the
wind anu i j-'poronaooe ioo rnouniaiu
out billows, of ridioule. I miiibt be lor
tured by Ihe pin pricks' ef newspaper Wit,
and ."smile amid my pain,'! 1 might be
Out bV, bizh fashion; and aurvive;' but I
must confess "Young America" on th
street corners, would appal me ! -
fus iitcairtii'or' priVatb'liVeV
I'he heroism of private life, th slow,
u'nchronioleil martyrdoms of the heart
wbo snail rememoer, ureater Itiso any
knightly dragon alayer of old is th man
who overcomes an unholy pission, aet his
ami upon i-nu aiaiini oorj ana strong
in virtue', Graii'der than Znohia ia 0e
wohisn wbo struggles with a love that
would wrong another or degrade her own
solil. and cbnobors. Th vourtir man. ar
dent and tender, wbo' turns' from the dear
love of woman, and buries dde- io his'
heart th sweet instinct of paternity, to
devote himself-to' the arand. support. of
gd paren'STjr an unfortunate sister, and
whose ii'e is a Ion taurifibe, in manly
olieerftilocsa and mijetio onbomplsin',
h a nero or Hie rarest type the type ol
Uharles Laml. 1 have known but two
, The young wrman who resolutely stay
with faiher and mother in tbe oM home,
while brothers and sisters go forth lo hap
py homes of their own, who cheerfully
lay upon the altar of filial duty th cost
lie it of human sacrifices, the joy of loving
and being loved she is a heroine. I
have known many such. (Applause.)-
The ' husband who go ;s home from the
weary routine and the pe.plcxing carea of
business with a oheeiful smile and loving
word to his invalid wife; who brings not
against her tbe grievous em of a long atck
near, and reproaohee her not for the tost
and diaoomfdrt thereof; who sees in her
languid eye something dearer then girlish
laughter; in th sad face ant! faded cheeks
tbat blossom into smiles and eteo blushes
at his coming, something lovelier than tbe
old -time sprinar roses- he is a hero. I
think I know on such. Laughter and
applause. . , ,
Th wife who bears der psft io lbs bur
den of Ii'e even though it be tb tamer
pari bravely, oheerily; never dreaming
that ahe is a heroins, rouoh less a rnarfyr;
who bears with tba faults of a husbsnd
not altogether congenial with loving pa
tienoe and a large clirity( and with a no
ble decision hiiliog them from the world
who makes no confidents and no confi
dences, who refrains from brooding over
shortcomings in sympsthy and sentijmeut,
and for seeking for perilous "affinities,"
(laughter) who does not build high trag
edy sorrows on the inevitable, nor feel au
earthquake io every family jar, who sees
her husband United with beraeu inuisao
lubly and eternally in their children ahe
Ihe wife in evert truth, the inward a in
th outward, ia a heroine, Ihouuh of rather
an Bttiasbiofiraul type. -
i , . .1 hACKBOSa.
Mrs. L. then apoka of what eh Called
th undeniable faot that alno th heroio
day of th Revolution, th woman of
America have wolirlly degenerated inr
brood, muaole and baoksbooe.
Now, for a .moment, continued Mr. L.
let as suppose th city of Boston besieged
by soma powerful force, and after making
t brat reatslanoe, I hay no doubt aba
would, cotnpell 1 to yield at last to sap
riot Dumber; sod let ns suppose th oonv
omeror lilte (Jotrrad, doomuig to death tbe
oouturaaoious matt of Boston, but grsnting
I lb woman th am term, that war
granted by him".- Ala!- should th samt
happy thought onocrr to them, bow few
eould or would avail tbmaelva of ill
Laughter. Though tb spirit might be
willing tb flesh would be weak I I Re
newed laughter Bad , applav.J jtart
might hold out, but iaeh&tn would aur
renJerl . Continued merrimtnt. Lov
ing wive might resolv to dri with their
boibaoda.bat riot der to attempt tbu to
tat them. Heatla would ptlpiUU.kn
treraoi, and spinal oorda grow linsp at
pack thread at, th thought! Laughter
and pplanae.' Iler arid there rasb u1
liet. measuring bar strength by bsr bvs,
might make an ffort for Romeo, but only
to ba compelled to lay down lb dear bur"-
dent after ataggaring .with it for a brief
apac laying down at th earn tim, th
part of Capulet, and takinf up that of th
Narae, to cry, "Oh. my backl my lack!"
Loud laughter and applause. J'
- how to aa nxaoio.
. 'To far cathedral height of excel), nee.
build np ihe being that you are, with feel
inga, thought and aotiooa that become
h glorioua human creature, by grandly do
ing the common work or lite. ' ibia ia
lb message of loV and remembrance aent
home from a foreign land, and aeeming to
have ia it mueh of the aolemn power of
Ihe aea over which it eomee. There ia one
whos name I need pot .mention here,
whose life haa been oae long - harolo at,
whose simple, everyday utterance ; make
the air about him vital with heroio aapira
tbn.who makea of every platform on which
ba stand a Plymouth Rock J aa altar of
adventurea. ' . . ' - '.
In conclusion. Mra. L. conneelled her
heafera not to allow the opportunitiea for
heroio deeds whioh ocourred in com
mon life to pass by. thinking thsm not
crand enough for 'the experience, for by
and by the work tbey rejected would be
taken up, and the world hail it with ao
clamatioas and benediction.'' ""' '
I doubt not, said she. w shall yet see
li... . -i : .1' f:r.
I neroio element in summun , in
common people, is a sacrea sustaining
power, vital and nnregenerating the heart a
blood or the world. I Lioua applause, i
LATER FROM EUROPE.
Arrival of tU Canada Engl. nd to join
th JSuroptan Uongrtu England umte$
totA Franct Garibaldi Inctnttd.
Tkcro, N, S., Nov. 19. -Tb steamship
Canada, with the Liverpool and London
Maila of the 5th mat:, and telegiapbioad
vines, via uueenstown, to nionosy tna
7th, arrived at Halifax this morning.
Liverpool Not. 7. The cotton mar
ket is stead v, aad opens quietly nadir the
Los don, Nov. 7 Noon.- Consols 96ft
The political news is unimportant.
Tbe above. new wa received via Ira
ra. The Btprest, with, tbe Associated
Press dispatches, will afrtv at Sack v ills
OA(;KVlLl.ll, 19. Alio UAprorDp
ith th Aasooisted Press dispatohes by
a .K 'Si-: -KT rn Wl.. T7. :
the. Canada, arrived here to aight. ,
The steamers Indian and. City pf Wish
inRtod arrived out on the 3.1 Inst. '
It is asserted that lb tnglish bovern
meat ha consented lo join tbe .proposed
European Conereasfor the aetilement of
the Italian dimoulty, and that France and
England had completely agreed Upon a
basia of a treaty of peace.
It ia vaguely reported in tn auropoan
journala that Garibaldi, in bia interview
with King V lotor Emanuel, made use ol
strong expressions, with regard to the pro
posed settlement of the present difficulties,
ta Italy Jiai.been betrayed by her pre
tended frienda, and that be w.ou d bead a
revolution of the people to carry out the
original plan. "
The King ol bardinia protested against
auch proceeding. . t '
Tlte Great Lis tern arrived at Southamp
ton .v .
' Th India mail, wnh telegraphlo news
via Ceylon Out. 1 4i.li . and Bombay and
Calcutta ilatc lo tbe eama period, lias
reached Marseilles.. Tbera is no politioal
( The Australian, mail of September 17ih
has been telegraphed. t
4Tb ColpnUl Mioiairi b&s been defcatd .
. hnpori heavy, and trade dull.
The shipments (of eoll since the last
hsve, been oVer S'lO.OOO'ou'noes,, of which
60,400 were on, the Royal Charter. '
, A Cabinet Council h rumoied for Moo
day. , The number of troops, contributed
India, to the China expedition', ; will be
6,000 Europeans and 4,000 natives.
LiVerPooL; Sunday.'- The1 plenipoten
tiaries at the Peace Conference, have re
ceived1 orders lo sign the treaty of peace.
It is believed that it will lo signed tos
morrow, nod a'convocation, to be held al
Paris, will follow immediately.
Paris, Clh It ia stated ori reliable au
thority, that the Congrers will be held in
Paris, inatead of Brussels,
A Paris telegram aaya the English arid
frenon covernraenta bave completely a-
greed on a basia for the Congress . wliiih
is to be held at Brussels. All., that re
mained to be settled was the official ratifi
cation from Ihe British government.'
the Ureal Eastern had a rough passage
and a liexvy sea, eibe rolled aud dipped,
but with perect ease, and seemed to swing
herself with a sidelong, gentle motion,
over etery wave, dropping deeply ? and
easily beyond them, with regular slow
rolls, often deep enough to leave on pad
dle high add dry. Thia motion is attrib
uted to her vert light immersion, and
hating no upper weights to counterbal
ance th Corfl below. Th wholo roll wsa
only eight degree each way. Th great
est ep'ed ws Close on 18 mile an hour.
Tbe run was tar tnore salisTaototy than
either of th previous OEee. Sh arrived
at Southampton on the 4th.
A new steamahip has ben ordered by
th Canard Company, whicb is to be COO
tons larger than th Peisia.
Tb Verdiolof tb Coroner' jury in th
00 01 tn Koyal Uhartef.ia tbat tbe wreck
waa purely th result of accident.
Great activity pfeVaile at Woolwioh Ar
senal, in tb preparation of material for
lb coast delenaea, and for the expedition
ihe fortifications t Dotsr sr (0 be ex
tended forthwith, and several batteries
ar to be reconstructed . ,:
jt-TTh Baltimor Suit learhs from lb
census tbat there ar not less than 20,000
slaves, of whom probably fr.OOO ar men,
in th oounrtie of London, Jefferson, Berke
ley, - Prederlok, in Yirginia,' and in th
oounlie ol t Frederiok and Washington,
Maryland, or wirhin twenty fcliei of llsr
psr' Frry. ; .
tV'Von'l fart lo see 8itb Anorfsl An
rmuncerrrent,'' aod brilHsnt offers io tfno
tber oolumn. ''-..'
Oo th 1 7th inst., at lb Catholio
Church ia thisoity, Ur UMar GkavF of
Fort Way o. Ind.,and Misa Elisa Mtirs
ol Ibia arty. ; '
' With tb abofo dotics csma a bsii Jeonie
profit lion of cake and win for whiob lb
brid aad groom- will aooept lb thank of
tb jpiDBTM. May tb.ir .pathway vrbe
strswn with flowers df tb riobest hue, and
their bappinesa'E Tasting as life. T
On tb 1-th hist., by th Rv. J. F.
fCeinnibnd, Mr, Johk R. Marsh, of Aman
da, abd Mia Euxasstb Fullmir; of tbi
Bnohaaaa aa4 Olal Brewa.
Col. Fornay draw a beautiful and par
feot parallel between the oSeaae again
ths publio peao committed by John Browa
and Jamea Buohanan. II taya:
Mr. Buohanan himself is more ruilty, ia
a moral aenaa, for lbs woik al Harper'a
Ferry, than poor old Brown. He was
eleoted to the Presidency on the basis ol
ignoring the whole slavery question ia the
Statea and ia CoBgeeea.rHe tjuiokly aban
doned bia position, add Went overfnot to
tb pecpl of the South, but lis few So th
era1 extremists; wbo 'suddeuly corioelvsd
tb brilliant i lea that they eould ao coo
tru ttie. Federal Oonstitittion as .o make
that compact proprio et'pre establish and
maintain alavery in all lba-publio Tertiro-
It was boldly avowed that slave
ry existed in all th new State "by vir
tu of the Constitution." This enormous
and abomioabl heresy was followed by an
Executive policy o weak, shirtless, and
tim serving, to impair th confidence
of the country In tbe integrity and capaci
ty of tbe President, aad eonvioted him of a
deliberate attempt to use hit constitutional
powers to propagate the io'stjtution of alat
very, not ooiy in opposition to, out io coo
tempt of the people.
Had Mr. BuobantD pursued the
course marked out in his eleotioo, and in-
diosted by every sense of patriotism and
fair dealing, tbera would have been no
Harper a ferry escapade: no capture, by
a bandlul ol men, ot tores tnouaana mnao
itanta; no arreat of guilty pirtiea; and the
uovermeoi 01 Virginia migut nave ueen
spared tbe intense mortification ol vindi
eating ber honor, under circumstances so
equivocal and unseemly as those attending
tbe whole etteir. Upon Mr. Bjcbanan
reat the chief responsibility of this onfortu
nate atate of thine. His is th mors)
guilt, while the legal responsibility fall up
on a man honest and braye. but too weak to
appreciate either the true nature of th ofs
tense or tbe source ol tb guilt.
Attempts to esrry slatery into
the midst of a hostile local opinion ia of th
earn character as that cf Johq Brown to
aecure freedtm to a people wbo would have
none of il. If it was right in James Buch
anan to force alavery opon th people, it
waa right for John Brown to .force free
dom upon the South, Their authority, out
side of th law, waa precisely the aame. t
II is unfortunate tbat Mr-. Buchanan bad,
not possessed. the honesty of purposs of
poor old Frown, ft would bave saved th
credit of tbe Administration and .probably
tbe Fife of that crasy and deluded agitator,
TaURSUAST lo aaorder ot the Probate Court 01
PatrSeld countj, Ohio, I will offer and expoae lo
public aale, atlhe Market House, tn Laneaster,
Ob saiturBy, Deoetsiber 1T I86Q,
a tot or : .momz&
Bel n the property aaalaned to me by Artabane Van
Trump HOBKAT U. CI.AKKK, Asaifnea.
jancaater,noTemoar iu, jeov amn
0 ALL WANTIXO FARMS.
toJlanimoiDoa Landa, , .
" DILI HOOFLAND'S ,
: CORDIAX,; -: ' .
Tht ffr'idl ttandari medicine of tht pruenf f
agt, have aequWtd ihtir great popularity only
through yeart of trial.' .fJaoosuioW latitfaf .
. hob is rendered by them a all tet and th..
people have pronounced them worthy. 1
-r --at j.- li. .'f j, v! . Jit, lis, . "4;
liver Complaint, Djspepsla, JaundU,'.
Debility of the Kerrom System,
Disease ef the Kidney
and all dieeatt anting from a
liver or weaknee of (he tiomach atuf digtetii L,
organi, are epetdily and permanently cured by
the GERMAN BITTERs!
,The Balsarhlp! Cordial hoe acquired a'.
reputation furpauing Oat of any timilar pre- f
paration extant. It will cure, without iul,
the mott severe and long-ttanding! . . . - '
do'ngbi Oeld, sroaraeneaa, BneMtie,'In
flaensa, Croup, Fneamonia, Inaipieat .
Consumption, . ' '
and Aeu performed the mott attonUhing cure
ever known of . .. v.j
'A few dote' will' alto- at one check and
cur th mott tevtrt pUrrnOM proceeding
from Cold m thb Bowils. . t
:- .that medicine are prepared by Dr. C. M.
Jacaaoa h Co.; No. 418 Arch Street, PhOty,
itlphia, Pa., and are told by drugguie find
dealer ta medicine tvtrywhtre, at 75 cent
par btttle.' Tht eignahrr of C. M. JACiaox
will be on the outtidt wrapper of each bottle.
In the Almanac publithed annually by th
proprittert, tailed EvBetbobtb Almasao,'
you will nd tettimony and commendatory j
notice from all part of tht country, j The
Almanac or given away by all our agrnti.'
Fold byKATJPFMAN A CO., Lancaster, Ohio.
August 18, IMS lylS
Notice of Assignment.
OTIC! I. hereh rlT.a.lhat on Ihe S3d of Rente ra
bar. 1 A59. A rlabaue Van Tram 11, of Fairfield coun
Ohio, made an oaaienment ofali hta property. Real
and personal and mixed wheresoever sua wnauoever
except so ma on inareoi aa ia exempt iron avie on txa
cutlnn.totha andaralanad Robert M. Clarke In traet
for the bcneSI of tbe oredltora ol said aaaiinor, and
that the underalfued waa on the aame day, auiy qu.ll
Bedaa sucb trualue in tbe i-robata voun oraain eoua
ly, by enlerln an ntiderlaklnK accord tna; to law, as
auch Irmlee, under order or said Court audio its ap
(opreaeulthetr claim aiatnst aaid anlgnor, drlyaa
urogitors 01 Mia artaoana van a ramp are reqnirea
inanucaiaa aocofainrio law
In alx months from tnta date
Lancaster, November 1, 18W JwS7
fit PUBSUABT of an order of tKe Probate fourt or
B Fatrfleia coantr. iwiii orrer ana exr-oae at puDiie
tale al the MAHRKTBOU6,tnthe City afUdoMter,
Ow-atsirday tba 10-f DecsMssr,lltS
, A LOT OF FINE
LIQUORS & GlwOCfiRliiS
Beluf the property asalrned to me by Rtrnherd'
. I Aaalt;oee Of S. Bllmair.
Laacaatar, Nov. 3, IBJS w7
l'o Farmers and Wool Growers
1- BICZFOED 1TAVIS,
TENDER their thankslo their patrona lor the liber
al tnpport hitherto received, and Uka thit math
J l?i'. "aWletkallhey will eooilnae fat the
OLD STNO the bbtlneaa of aranufaetarlnt
Or all Varietals.
CmetaiBa Catratla;,- CleVfla' aVreealata;
AND WOOL SPINNING.: L i
, They have Srat rate mhlnerv, choice workmeayl
aaa warrant ail taeir worr. TDair - -Pltl-aa
IV,i!mA.jtn C-Mflln aIb
jji-u-tt-, vaeotiiicics, oatttuct-i
FlsuBtalt JTM Jr. Stafcklws; Vartie,
Have baa a letted, and pronoanoed aaparlor. TheX
wU pay tbe hlc-eat aiarkel price ia
EITHER CASIJ or GOODS for WOOL.
Uaeklter, May UvlJM-9tf
tiBolhsr column. . ,.
FAtw i. a scs for mi, antral Pkn:
U.lphl. br R.llma, I. U. SUM Zl .VJ.VS.
Soil snonc th W U, ri.l Mr.1 p.rnoM k.l.t a
Mod loam soil, with a claf fcoUo. Vk bin u a
" etrldjd luto ...II r-., itZ'TiXA
from all parts of Iho ooaalrr aro m. uii.. .-j
balldlng. ra rapo rvdaaoai aro Urn aa
ooa frowlof. Thaeha.u la dalli-htfiil aad ..mra
from frois. .Tarma rnai IS lo li,tirn. n.Tbia
wltaia roar yaarabr iaMiaioata. To Ti.it ka Maa
aava viaaeiroei waartai raiiaaaipaia al 7 A.M.;
by Railroad for Haaiaioaloa, oraddraaa R.J.BVRRBH
ajiauar, Harainaioa rouaMajuaallaooaatyJlai
Jararjr. Boo fall adTorUasaaaul ia aaolbor oolaaa.
FsTor.lnteersrT otaarfbra ofdl.auatn hik ik.
hamaa STaiaiatattabla. isaaaaad bt ImnuM knMn '
Thtiboiaa-oaaMd by iho aiora rapid aetloa or tke
Diooa Mrunllnff wtia a. mra la andaaTorlas; lo eaat'
out of tka kodir tho aorrupl aiattar wbicb la daadlT o
poaad to aaalUi. Haaoa tb. food and bad kaoiorsaro
at varwlikaaek other, aad tba aoaaaelloa whlck fol
low, eaaawa farar aad kaak Tho aymploms of farar'
dra Tartooa: eautlnr haovlaaasjaaf uld.dietcall broath'
iug.ST.a dull aad Saary, amlaly, alrblna; aad lawn.'
ink. nwoi io. aoia. A iler watoa lao
paliaal complaint of nalci la Iho haad aad bak. r..i
tblnt,aaMaaodslekaaM. a folaai. about tho atom-'
aab, an aoaatlmoa TomlUaa blllooa mailer. Dr.
Mom's ladtad Root. Pill, aro ackaowlodrad lo be a
atraafttoainf aaddallshlfal medlclna Tor all kinds oT
foara. They aol only cleans the atomaeh and bowels
from all bilious matter, bal lhay opaa Ibo axerolorr
S?"Ji,,,fB.,",f "f Poo'ooP'oM aimaloBS from
the blood Into the bowels, after whleh the corranted
All thai ia required. In anrant oaaetof foyor, will be la
"'F . oroor w aare mem operate Iho-
roughly by Ike bowel., take from three to Sue. airhl
and niorofng, until Ihi rarer entirely dtaappaara.--Allei
ahlch.from two to four erjry OTonlnf, untit
wall, aad you will be eoayloeed that Ibia Is the beat
luaMoB, reatorea Ihe body lo a .tale or sound health.
w, wu 10. or, poeav.einey anneal all faifla-
the blood and other fluids will be so Ihoroua-hlr
porHad that dlaeaaa In any form will bo Imnomible. .
Dr. Morae't Indlaa Boot PHI a aro sold by aU dealer
la Medicines, , i x -, IfoTewbor. J. 18SS lmS7
SHOE BUSINESS ARn FACTORIES, ean be ear
rled on prntiably at Hammoaloa. See adTerllae
men! of Hammonton Lands.
iEi?Le" wlare lathe enjoyment of perfect
health freqaamty have need to hare reeourae io loa
Ic. aa r.TaDtlea of dlaeaae. Wa are narer too wall.
hto'S',,,!:,,',,!iir,,,'9,-''h tart 1
theayateiaC Al tbleeesaon, part enlarly, tbe slronr-,
S?m??Ifp5 eoonlry. I. eU.eeaas offeMVand w?x,
Jlift I? !?!?"1r i" or billoua toTor .
yieii to Its wonderful eroperUee. . Thnao k. v.v'
tried lb. madtalo. .,,1 lV - nnoU?" tor.nVo?
the allmenla which the HOATKTTBH bittrb
loHealo subdue, .To.UioM who have pot nTada the.
espartmenl, we edldt.lTy roOomieeBdkn eariJ Loil
eatloo lo Ihe BITTKRS.'wbenerar iheV an MriPf..
Sold by drewlataaaddaaloai enolwll-i.-;.
ICPTho fotlowlBB tatterlar B&iloa.i. a.b.'..M
the PoiUmtaih (Ohio) .i,t. r.,l.r of
April J.lsjg. , . . . . .
ncaRBiaATU.A friend wrltea to ua tor aar
ffi?',.OBAC1':8 "'viVii ss:
BiKUIbH, where he ean ebta n than and whr tkev '
are ealled 8e..dln.,,...nd w. S7hS'a InUyiVk
ed the aaraa quaaliona. Seandinaria ia tbe inelent
"'"'Jand Korway, and a ScandiwlM
itum tZl' K?a'V.e.etlou.t.ty "i
trrfo,.nye..:: DrViobaeS "l.awadabT IIZ'
."d?rP"'"' hlsmedtelne. r Swed?.h b.r,h.'r-.'
or Swedish herbs, we
.uiu. we name la Tory appron
:lan, but a gentlemso.oT the Olt's
rmnnallv - .1 . T
nlarlvaklllfiii nh. '
oeeady.rtlme.t. ; Worsmber 3, Wt-loUT .. .
lan Xandsln another column
0Krk.itet:? 7?! -..
p " . vmwvmvt hub rn man on or
h,,..8''I"a'".'U1a of the Lonas. lnfl.mm.tl.
tlain t hiui H . Inflamnialory Hheumi- '
tiaiu, Ohild Bed rarer, wtth" Dr. Traak'a ii,L-.u.
Ointment with perfect auooei, fwi whlValMBMrnal '
ver, (.anker and Ulcerated Throat and Linn with lit
.W?h, '""PWlaaethe Putrid Klas K
r2Bi'?7 toat I leWd itfre- '
certain cure. In eaaea of Boms. Rnraln.. H.l.
S-SI" C,,J,0,ln,'-'u ' like aeharrti. 1
No Phyaieianar ramll -m k - .1 1. . -
tht. modlclu...fter bi,mtn, qo.lr.d with U. pow i
V.e2r.:rOHH ". CHAPPKU HAHUN I KD '
ppiicauona or the Sag-neil, fllnheent.
Read advartlaemeaUB ibis paper.
""are completely cured by two ,.r thr.a
wwbbi a, ihi 3m83
- : ... - ' t : 1 ft
Tnafno inai. - .
lirtU." i. -- "waoii iqnr at-
roBa.T "V. V"" o-enaiea. OOU
r- paaea pa
Septembor 8, 1859 Siulft
va.. with Ihe OOLDKS SALVK. Bell.pWIy Can
"..aaauoupay.. or torma ore. tend atainn.
J .Pten.be, 8, U&XJS?1', M""
Potoarj.Fm- Art; Gallery'
. SOUTH BIDS OFMAM-BJRMT( . ".. ; j
Oaio Doariteet ajjf tks RscklkKVan..
Battle, ancaiater, Ohio.
ta neatter, Actual n.18.9 i.t , ' . ...
ja.'aiOl, 1034c 105 Teat Fetttrtla St.
'- CINCINNATI,'' OHIO,
' imVortebs OP ! H -a
Keapaclfullr Inform their aualoBiareaad n nr.li,H
trenerarty that thy are now openinr aa eztentive and
complete aaeortnufnf , . ,.
c? &. ?rij-,'
Floor Ou-Cloths, &c., &c.
Families, Hotel Xoeoera. Bteamhnat Oni. n,l t
all others may depend npon andlng the beat elaaa of
.i,.,,j,c.in tow aa mey cau- D pwchaaed In
the Baatorn t liiet. - Sep. 99. 159 3m23
TUNNEL COAL COMPANY!
THIS Company It prepared to furnleh Coal of
superior ejualtty, by the
CAB OB OAST 1.0 AD, ,
or to in Coal Hontet at anytime, la any part of the
City, Peranna wiahlng to supply emaelvet with a
of BURNING FUEL will do well to leave thelrorder
al the Ofllce or KM AnTUBL GIKS Y one of the Pro.
brlelortof the TaanelCoal Beak. The Company wll
be able to 111 order, on short aotlce and the mott res
irpKaj.uuel Ule.y .till hat bi.ofnee St the' root -Mala
Street, Laneaater, Ohio. July 7, 1859 lOtf
. - LANCASTER
THEanderalfrned have purchased aad. pat la com
plete repair the above mllla,altoated on.the Cana'
Toot of Broadway, where they are prepared to, da
ALL KINDS OF QRIlSilDiNGif
-,: FAMILY FLOUR,
BUCKWHEAT rLOTJH, CORK ma
anu every variety or Jtercbanl and Unttom Work, i
They will warrant therr work lobe equal to tbe beat
done la Fairfield county, and no pains ap.lred to ac-
eonamoaaie everyooey . , i nay nope to merit antr ra
ce it a iiuerai anara oi pu
October ,lCSB I
CLOTOLXa fllTPORlCM. -
MERCHANT TAILOR -
SyMBTneaaaavta Fsrrolaklmar. -tlate.
At bl.old land'la tae 8baffer' Blockrtl Doer wts
of BhanTerHouae.'Main street',
Oiit-Lbis fof Sale.
X3T8 adverlistment "For
MESSR. ah NaT a) ACMOlT wut i,M at tka
SIX OU'l'-lLOTS, J
slteatad adJolnlogUe Corporated llmltt or Ihe City .
of Laneaater, and varying from TBM down lo TWO
ACRES la also. Tbate LoU are the mott valuable e
any Lott now foraala la the neighborhood oftheeity
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