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P H O FR 1 K TO R S.
T THIIII 'UK i phlt4 rrrrr
t'ridav Mntninr, at tl.HO per minim
in udmnrr, Otfirr, Shaw hnii'i lllnck,
coirir tii suit Mrlirt Mrrrt'.
IrMif ifttrnia:, !Ty tT. tM.
To the Republicans of Seneca
I mmriiih, II IN.I.C t wirNNItMI will at.nilN ! t V-
im.wi tw..?. 39 its, ft th pmpm a aaa-
aim. (riM -I irnttrr Hinr.VPf'i'i
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i tha mr. ta-ll tk fmirim thai. an.rti.Sa anaa '
anavNtM at tfca aatr lo? iH. rarpN at t
wni ...j iUf !, ( amis. iwf..F., aw tha
RMhHri, In in trranir, at ta.Nr aa eaa twaa.
nM.rfi.iiM a. I...... .mi a. in
toMN H iInf irt lh On.Onh.
Tin, Mf 5, . l.F.ANKKS KTKM.rWjr
Tlie Rrpubtlcan Slate Convention comr
off, fit Cihmdm, next Tbtiridy. The
iiiterrU of the North-Wcat ahould be
looVed after and we hope to aoe Seaeo
eoubty fully rrpreeetitod.
Disfranchising the Foreigners.
The rbararteriatic feature of Democrat
ic orthodoxy la being fully developed In
rr'rd to the Mnaaachuaettt Amendment
flue. Our neighbor oP the Aivtrtiitr
ia peculiarly affected with the mania. lie
Dura opon Uie Kenublie4in part? a ahow-
J,.e...nd triM o rorrine. hi.
,lf. and the Iemoe.rl!e. nartv Tener.llr.
t .1 i ' . .i
of the nypocrlry which govern tboee
l ..li i n j- r ii . f i
whoae (inlerl la to niHrranrliiNA fnrelirn-
era and place them In an In for lor poaltion
tlie negro. Ikrar how our neighbor
"A Republican fgialattire preaented
the amendment to the people for their
aanetion. 'rom the very hour, It waa of
fered to the LepHalatnre, the Democratic
politician, and the Democratic Jmirnala
e, mnmmr,, in.mren n.IRn. am, main
atnt It. At lite tiNllnKhnv tliev 'r.
red the mom-troti. unin.t and nnireiiernu
Bieadiveo. Hut what could Ihry ilol Thi
Mute wu "lreelom-liri xnig" one
ine very noi-pea oi Doin.om.ni ana u,e
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are largely ia the majority in Maacliu-
they alone could have rejectod
thi tnliiajowa provoMtinn. 1 hey wimld
litten to no proteoto of the IX'inocaacy."
Thi la about a fair Rpeeinien of
. "fireedom-nhrlcking," aa it ha been our
want to obaerve; and it ia quite evident
' that so far from feeling any regret for the
unjunt diacrimination which haa been
made agwinet that clajt of citixen, our
neighbor fool glad of it not from any
hatred toward foreigner, but became it
fler proepeet to (tore tip a littin party
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jeout ofthewronif. In the above
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ii iu-1 i, , im i.iwiiiicu iiiui wtJtaiinv
. Republican party ia in power, upon it
kiulderaaJonerctthereiponibility ol thi
nnwarr.i viable policy of prorrlptlon,whrn
ev-ry intcl!igiit reader, at all aoqunintoil
' w ith llta facts, knows that there wa a
concerted arrangement agreed upon among
tlia leaders of the Democratic party in
Majwachuxetta to carry the pronotiitlon In-
' 1 1
to effect for the cxpre purpose of Injur
ing the Republican party. Thi fnctwa
admitted by the loading organ of Deinoc
ry in New York, on the eve of the dec
tioavuid tho result ia before tho world.
Our neighbor chronicle the adoption
of thi proxrriptive amendment with great
Courih of "hoad-linea," but in the excite
ment of hia laborious effort he forgets to
dwell upon the "overwhelming majority"
euffir.iunt to give the figure. On looking
ower the return we find that about 3H,-
(KM) vote only were cat for the amend
ment, and 14,000 against it; making the
entire vote polled 40,000. According to
the return of the last election the Re
pwblictn vote of the Bute, was liJ.OlH):
DVmooratia vote K.000. Therefore, if
rily 1(1,900 votes were cast for tlie amend
mcai, when the Democrat wera 38,000
strong, and a owr neighbor says "frum
the very hour it was offered" to Hie legis
lature, the Democratic politicans and the
Democratic journal of Mauac.huactt 1
aHired might and main againxt It," how
tu it to fit Aeeording to this how
tng, and In view of the fact that the lead
ing Eepnbheiut papers, and mora than half
of the Congrcwdonal aVlogatiore opposed
the amendatont, will ear neighbor We kind
enough to give na soma idea of the proba
ble proportion of Democrat In thi 14,'
000? Here, then, 1 another evidence of
the truth of the assertion of the New York
If tta-se figure are correct (taken from
official rrptirt) we feel ouraelve Safe and
jnwtified in reaffirming our former atate-
ntraC, to-wit. That through a fusion
the Democrat and Know Nothing of
JJiachuott thi odiom prescriptive a
Inendinent became a law. Hut our nefgh
bor froc little further. He witdic to
nuke tlie Republican party of the .everal
r r 4
etatea responsible for the act of one
(we duny this amendment to be a Repub
lican measure.) Let u apply the princi
ple to the Democratic party. The con
etiUit'On of New Hampshire provides that
no Cs'holic shall be eligible for state of
fice. This restriction haa been in force
tice tlie foundation of the State govern
sent Tor twenty year the Democrat-
K party held undisputed rule, aud during
that Ujis repeated effort were made to
remote thi. inhibition; M the effort w.
tvnifonnly defeated by large majorities!
waa In Hie power of the Democrat at any
time tu wipe out thiaobjeetionacle provis-
ion infinitely more procriptiye and an-
ii R.n..i.ii..' ,!,. ,1 . m 1 7.
ti-Repubiican than the Massachusetts a-
mendment, aa it denied men the ordi-
ri'ht of cit'zcnhip, on account
their religious belief. Such, howc vcr.on-
ly ;rve. to illustrate the .ecret working
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Habeas Corpus Granted.
Last week, application wa made, be-
flue tlie Ohio Bupmne Court, by Judi'O
ffpsul'ling. for aaW curuut, in behalf
. ".,- .j .1
cf Boohmdl and Langston, now wider e
w-wwf mjw iVTiini.ii. Alio WIIWNVraill'iV
ud and made returuallie on Tuenday lost,
ominaiuliiig tlie priiwuera to be brought
before rite t'omrtv whoa at bearing-will be
had. Whether the U.S. BTarHnsl will
obey the writ or not is uncertain. We
'plr, an.! a It iHrcrt nm-t Iti followed
-ttrrit)P rise tli v ero traitor to the
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mogul. Democmtio principle claim to
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br lhi inniP t-djr thry wore thilftren-
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n'l the fomentation of aectlonal
Joalouaiea to divide the country, thua pre
eti,ai venting nuinerou Iiunno of virtuoua and
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holdiiig tates, thereby gaining for them
ilvnta , " , .. r
.JolvM tron fthold. They concoct
It I the jri'nrril opinion, In a froeennn
try, that eternal v'jfilafien In the price of
lilirrly, mid hfi whf wmiltl witch and d
fi'iiil tli in ririli'p', I luit tlinrhnring thr
fTrt th lit he ot to rrmmnn liiiinmiity.
The wis'lum mid Vnli-r nf ur ancestors
brqii' atlirif to tt the liriiitf. of free in
stitutions, w hith vtp inti-ii'lril In plnre
liberty nnili-r thr; piintilinlilp of juilili
v;rtur, ami it ia thmn noMo lntitiition
tlnring oHii-inl liup,rtnltililri'' lij
impunity, would now prrvert tu Hip ilrs-
imrtiou 0f libi rtv, liy undermining rv. ry
guaranty provitlrtl for its security. Thr
Aitiiiiit.rlion stantla forth to-lay aa the
igfrt !' I'l!" of IViiiiTtie prinri
tion h not every "ocrrd regnrd iiirulr
ti'il hy the Imiinlorn of the Drmorrntic
ptirty been trnmpled nnder fixit, nnd tlie
pntr.mnyo and whole influence of the ex
ecutive brought to benr UMn jmlii IbI pre
mttivefi and elortionn from the liuin-
klr fepreenlative trt t the Senntor of
the United RtnteeJ Bo wavering han the
Democratic prty become, tlmt It ia ques
tionable whether It la governed by princi
ple II. If it ia, It la directly the re-
verno ofthoNe whlrh were taught by the
author and and arknowloOgcd oracle of
.the Democratic faith which gave that
A .l - -fll
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PonPlf "" 'lc "tfn"y ''
,,ie '"nd.nry of the party in the
.council of tho nation. It I time that
1 . ...
I the into itfcnt and pair otc people of thu
n 1 11
rt'iniiry w I'lB WRmiiK up iu m trim nciipi'
nf their condition. They heve been dup
ed quite long enough by more name; ev
ery principle belonging to which, in it
proper Interpretation, and In I'a ancient
and honorable tradition, being openly re
nounred and dinroijardod by thoo who
now aaxuuie it.
Mumc,i with vetUpt , d,fe of
I I H
r1"""1!'!''')-. that ono of the chief art by
which the dominant party hna managed
ao long to hold poaeion of the govern
:mcnt ,, t)l, f,i,riCBlOI1 f .actional la-
honorable men in both ectlon, who cor
dially agree In deteatatlon of their practi
ce, from nniting in any rdTiioiit co-operation
to diaplace tliem from power. A
preponderance of power, and the nation
alisation of alavery are the en!) for which
the Democracy are acemingly laboring at
the preaeut day. In the Houth tliey have
put thenmolvea forward a the pocial anil
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.n.ililljl Lann. r.. tl..b Unnll. ...l.l..k
Ininini tlint ani'iiM inimpittr AfliMiFnlH.
programme i arranged for the North,
and, while aomo cquivocsto about tlie
moaning and Import of word, the Influ
ence of Administration patronage, and the
cunning device of chomolng politicians
nul rrneiiimt tutai TmIma Nn.l iitilmiMl.ld n...
... , .11,..,
MjilnnN.BliNl CfUiMenuniitlw ilnriNf lit
the Democrat 1
party ataml forth to-day
without a preatltra of rluht for that hlirh
moral character which disdain commu
nion with fraud, unfairne or indirection
of any sort; and that our reader may see
how far thi representation i justified by
facts, we have only to refor them to the
humiliating hintory and sequel of the Le
compton constitution and of the EnglUh
bill) of the recent trial for violating tho
provision of tho fugitive alave act; of the
ayatom of "packed juries" in order to In
sure crimination, &.C eVo.
Tiffin Union Schools.
Tlie closing excrcUes of these schoola
will tike place on Friday, June Sd, com
mencing at 1 o'clock, I. M , at a Flo Nic
in the woodlands near HpringiUlo. The
ozorcUrt will be brief, consisting of the
eay of the graduating class, the present
ation of Diplomas by Earl Dill, K.nq., and
brief remarks t the pupils and their pa
tents by the Superintendent. After these
exercises,, if there im not a good time gen
erally, it will be tlie fault of oJ.the inhabi
tants of Tiffin and vicinity, who a most
Death of Humboldt.
Humboldt, the great trav
eler, philanthropist and man of seienav,
is dead. He waa a man of giant intellect
and has given to the world ia hi "Cos
mos," a monument of lu genius,, that will
make lMm remembered, ionir alter the
Kings who have delighted to do him hon
or, will t.ave been lorgotten. He had
nearly finished hi ulnctittli year. His
labors, of late, had been psentand made
sad inroads upon his health.
A deaperate attempt was made on Wed
nesday evening last to rob Mr. Keck, the
thorough Mail Ageut on tho N. Y. Si E.
Kftilrodr whilst the train was at full speed
near Elmyra. A big rullian attempted to
I " '". Mung in
1 that. atteniiitHl to tue s vi'vuUjep anil ln:ira
!.:.-. I 1 ... t at. 1. I J t .. - r . ,
knuckles. Being foiled of hi purpose .he
jumped from the cars down an embank
ment one hundred feet in lioight, and ee
esped. Cltxlani lit raid.
He aid not, however, give satisfaction.
Prcching (if preaching it may be call-
"f), """"l' ""'""'j .'" h"nf-,u'-.
nd anecdotes, and hi manner of conduc
Iijtinir meeting wa so disgusting that the
moat aged and experienced of the church
wlre Br'tvd ' ventured to atate their
rri,;v"c''. whereupon he camedowpup-
them in the most vituperative manner
in pB,it- Such hlye' hi, coMe
and conduct that the church i quite bro
riary ofr" 'P- It i" rumored that the preacher
ml e"j'"orhi. eloped with a young lady
J.'a''.'' a". Wwlw"
1 lu's sooiu inclined to brand hnu as au
Rev. Dr. Haxkill is the aunieu name
and title of an enterprising individual, for
merly a wandering juggler, known aa the
Fakir of Siva. This man had beeo eu-
iraind at s NalMrv nf n lliii..i,J .L.ll.p.
a clergyman, at Mount Pleasant. Iowa!
1 Dkath or Mrs. Ket Mr. MaryTav-
lr Key. die I at Baltimore on Wediietliy
last, at tho advanced age of 75 years.
j '""i1 Kfy.-thor of tl.eStar Span
' Ig'ed banner," and niothor of tho unlortu-
,,te Phillip Barton Key, of Waahiiietou
,,,e vnerahle lady was the widow of
Stat Arsenal. Mr. Rudirers, Stat
Architect, has prepared plans for the new
Arsenal to he erected this summer, ou the
old Penitentiary lot. The building will
be 60x100 loot, two storic. b'gh, with a
tower at each corner, and ornamented
with military duvic.es. O. S. Journal.
0-Tlie first book auction of which we
have any account was hold in England in
OirThe two wife-murdorera, Evan and
Jae.obi, wero rxcciitcd at Pittsburgh on
tV"7 Jacob Little, tho well known N. Y.
ro It broker, has failed. Hi liabilities it
I said amount to f 3,000,000.
fjrThe Perrysbnrg Journal say that
snore corn will be planted in Wood coun
ty, till season, than ever before.
OrJohn M. Hnrlan has been nomina
ted by the Opposition for Congressman,
in the Anhlsnd District, Kentucky. The
Democratic randid;ite I W, E. fBimm
fjThe nine of Lieutenant Oovernor
Wrlker hi been prominently suggeatcd
in connection with the Republican nomi
nation for Hupremo Judge.
OrWin. T. Coggonhall of Columlme,
and John Lynch of Clrclevill' ere men
tioned by the Republican, a suitable per
sons for the olfico of 8tuto School Cjiii-
OTTIio Democracy of Ohio went
through the farce of holding a Blate Nom
inating Convention, at Columbua yester
day. What the result was we are not a
ble to announce this week.
CirJ. Jlirncy MarBhnl, lis atsrtrd a
now Democratic weekly paper at Colum
bus, to advocate the claims of Stephen A.
Dongls for the Presidency. It is called
the "Peopte'i Prttt."
GVirThc pcrrysliurg Journal claims that
the North-Went should have a candidate
on the Republican Htate ticket, and rec
oinmend Judge Cook, for Lieutenant
Governor, iu bnbalf of that section.
Or-llon. W. Y?GhTdHon of Hamilton
county, wc loam, ha declined the appoint
ment of special exmlner of the Tressu
ry tendered lilm by the Ooverner in con
sequence of prior engagement.
0-A correspondent of the OAfo SM
Journal, writing from thi section, ug-
get the name of Col. M. II. Kirby of
Wyandot county, in connexion with the
office of Secretary of Btate.
CrThe Iiouitivllle Courier very atrong.
ly hint that Mr. Dreckinrlilge endorse
"the Dougla heresy of non-protection"
an unpardonable crime in the eyes of the
03-Hon. William V. Oholson, of Cin
cinnati, ha been appointed by tlie Gov
ernor, to be special examiner of the State
Treasury, in connection with the Auditor
under the act of March SO, 1R57.
OirThe General Assembly of the
Presbyterian Church (O. S.) convened at
Indianapolis on Wednesday of last week.
That of the United Presbyterian church
convened at Xenia, O., on the aameday.
(Paul Jforphy, the great chest play
er, arrived in New York, on board the
Perti last Friday week. He playod sev
eral garnet In the evening at the rooms of
the New York chess club winning every
03-Tht Ohio State Journal says; A
eorreapondent wrltet us from Springfield
that Mr, Hunt, of Clark County, had one
hundred ahoep killed, by worthies dogs,
on the night of tlie 93d tilt. Tho sheep
were valued at tf.ioo.
(7A distressing railroad accident on
the New York Central Road, near Syra
cuse, i report ud by telegraph. One per
son was Instantly killed, two or three mor
tally injured, and fifteen to twenty seri
frtTThe Istest Presidential gossip at
New York I that the Hard are moving
for the nomimtion of Jamus Guthrie, of
Kentucky, for President, and of Horatio
SerMout, of Now York, for Vioe Prei
fjiyPoatmastor General Holt has asked
the official opinion of the Attorney Gen
eral aa to tho power of the Department to
discontinue the great Overland Mail Route
to California. Judge Holt doubts his au
tfiority in the premisea.
(KrThe Logansport, Ind., Journal y
that gold hae been found among quart x at
Tippecanoe river, two milet from Win
ncmac, which hat been tested, and prov
ed to be of pure quality, rating aa high
aa 90 earafv of only four carat from per
tXrOn tho Mth Inst., eight buildings
in Stevenson's Block, at Memphis, Tenn.
were destroyed by fire. The loss 1 esti
mated at $150,000. A severe tornado,
Accompanied' by rain and hail, passed over
the city the same night, unroofing a num
ber of houses..
OrThe Opposition in the Memphis
(Tenn.) District, have nominated John T.
In Snecd, for Congressman. Tlie Dis
trict is usually rather closeono, but now
there are two Democrats running for the
place, Avery, member of the last Con
gress, and Currin Mr. Snecd' election
Is of course to bo expected.
(J"The fire-eating Democracy of I,ow n
de county, Mi., held a Convention re
cently, at which they resolved, among
ot'ior silly things, that in the event of tlie
election oft Black Republican President
the honor of tlie Southern State will re
quire them to diseolvo the Union, and pre
vent the inauguration of the candidate
thus chosen! The fools are not all dead
ytt, down South.
(rThe attorney aent by the adminis
tration to dond tlie Kentucky aud Ohio
kidnappers, did not accomplish a contin
uance to the October term of the court
They have, however, until July ncit to
prepare their defence, and to procure wit
nesses. Attorney Ilelden moved to liavo the
kidnapper tried separately but the court
overiuled the motion.
CoMMFNOAm.t. John C.rannis,t( ,
of Cleveland, last week resigned hi ot
ce of U. 8. Commissioner, that he might
no longer be aubjert to do the dirty work
ofthe slave catching administration. This
is eharacteristio of a freeman. There is
not hi 11 jf in thi Union mure ropujjnant to
hih uiiiided, honorable men than tno Fu
gitive Slave Law, exceiit it be the admit
istration ol' James fiuchaiiau.
Letter from a Pike's Peaker!
THE HUMBUG EXPOSED,
FORT KEARNEY K. T.
FORT KEARNEY K. T. May 7 1859.
En. Tmwut: The game is played
out; the bubble has bur-it, and the fools
are returning home, and if their eyes have
been opened so have their pockets; there'
fore, all things considered, the balance
sheet is about on the level.
Well, to pitrticnlarizn rl.ghtuaUy (a
I'limnix haa it) I will inform yon and your
reader that. Pike' Peak I the most un
mitigated humbug that wnever invented;
and it wa conducted in thi wise:
A few men went there with goods, and
laid oat town sites, got a few honest men
there, who finding themselves taken In,
wrote true statements to their friends, but
the expresnmnn, to whom the lettnr were
entrusted for trnmiHlon to the states,
was in the employ of the proprietor of
Denwr and Aararia cities, and he made it
his basiness to open all letters, thereby
acqusint'ng himself with the hand writing,
the address, and to ome extent the histo
ry of said fsnilles, thus enabling himself
to send favor ahU accounts of tho Gold
Mine to different parts of tho United
State, all of which were the basest for-
geriea. Tho original were never aent.
You will ask how I knowlheae thing, a
I did not go through to the Mines, and I
will give you a moiety of the testimony
on that subject.
In the first place, I have met several
men, with whom I waa acquainted, and in
whom I huvothe most implicit confidence,
wen who are experienced in the Califor
nia Minea, and have been and prospected
at every place where it was said gold
could be found I have met these men re
turning and they any there is not gold e
nough to pay ten rentt per day to the man
and in consequence there is suffering
enough at and poar the Peak to cause hu
manity to shuddnr; and in fact all along
tho road; and those who got through were
so much incensed at the fabricator of tlie
humbug, that they shot one dead, and hung
two more to the first tree, which, although
illegal, was a jut t fnte, for men are starv
ing and dying all along tho road, and they
are tho murderer.
Report ha just come in that four men
now lie dead within thirty milea of this
placo notwithstanding tho officer a at the
Fort are doing all they can to ameliorate
the condition of the deatitute.
No papers or letter have been carried
to Cherry Creek or the Peak, consequent
ly the only perion who are astonished at
the Immense emigration are those few
person at tlie Peak to whom all the fa
vorable correspondence was imputed;
some of whom in consequence of the im-
menao emigration, started for home to pre
vent their friend from coming. I have
aeen one of thein meet hia brother and
hoard him ask where ho waa going; the
brother then pulled out about a doien let
ter in which ho wa urged hy ail mean
to come to the mine at any sacrifice, all
of which were forgeries. They both went
immediately home. I could multiply cases
of a similar character but it 1 useless; if
what I have writton will not deter men
from coming, they must bo mad indeed;
and it haa boen said "whom the Gods wish
to destroy they first make mad." This
hat been literally fulfilled in many case
Now, in conclusion, I w ill add a word
aboat myself, wbiob ihst after teeing
a little more of the territory of Kansas; 1
am coining home, and probably shall be
more contented to pull teeth than I waa
two months ajro for I liavo found better
irold diwln in i.mu than there ia tt
The other Tiffin boy will probably turn
back beforo reaching thi point.
Respectfully yours F. FRANKLIN
P. 8. All of our boys are in good health
and I may lay spirits, notwithstanding we
have been most gloriously humbugged,
Later from Pike's Peak.
Leaves worth, My 90. The first ov
land express from Denver City, arrived
this morning, ten days cut, bringing $700
in shot ana scale gold and lour panne n
Advice from Denver City to the 9th
i nt., report a larire force employed in
building ditches along Cherry Creek.
tine "lorn" with a limited supply of we
tor yielded an ounce the first day. The
accounts from the mountains are conflict
ing. here is still too much snow and
ice to operate to advantage.
The general aspect of the nowa is fa
vorable. It is aupposed that gold dust
will arrive, by the following stage. The
miners value the dust at J0 per ounce.
The route is 625 milea in length, audi
pronounced to posses superior facilities
ss evidenced by the quickness of this, tho
Celebration of the Overland Express.
Leavenworth. Mv 31. The celehr.
tion to-day In honor of the rrivl of the
first overland express passed off with great
eclat, The procession composed' of mili
tary, firemen and civiliana proceeded out
side of the city and escorted the pioneer
coaches, which were decorated with ap
propriate devices, to the Planter's Hotel,
wnere epeecnea were made by prominent
The festivities will be ennr.)u.i
. , , .. ..
1 1 i.W' ""PPcr"d7Tnd '! Sever-
el thousand persons participated; the occa
sion wa one 01 much enthus.ai-m.
More Trouble in Utah.
May, 93. Private advice
from I'tah Indicate further serious troub
le in that Territory. The difference to
long existing between tho executive and
judiciary are about to reault in a collision
between the U. H. troop under Gea.
Johnston, and the Mormon military uiiiIst
Gen. Wells 5000 of the latter having
been called out by Gov. dimming to pro
tect the citixen from what he deems the
usurpation ol' authority ou tlie part of ju.lf.
es and military.
A detachment of United Btatea trtvop
-rp,.,eq oy icn or iwdve omcer. le
this Cltv tins vvenilliF for nmn
,,. . r
Gold in Ross County.
The editor ofthe Circleville Ihrali
has been shown some trold. said to hsis
been taken from a runninir stream, on ths
farm of laniel Hector, in Buckskin towa-j"'
ship, Uos county, alMmt twenty miles from
Chillicothe. The isrWe ssys that gold
has undoubtedly boon discovered, but
whether in sullicioot quajititiea to pay, it
yet to be doUrinined.
Gold in Ross County. The Kidnappers on Bail.
A letter from Llyrir to tlie Cleveland
lli-rulJ. says that tho kidnappers, Jeo
niugs, Iiwe, Mitchell aad Isvis, ave
bail on Thursday in the sum ol $800 etch
cud were rulosoed from jail.
TELEGRAPHIC. ADDITIONAL FOREIGN NEWS.
Arrival of the Vanderbilt.
Nrw Yon, Saturday, May 31. The
steamship Vanderbilt, from Havre end
Southaniton, with dates from I-oiiHnn and
Liverpool to Wednesdny, thp 1 1 th int.,
has arrived hero. Although her sdvices
sre not so late as Hip teb-prsph dispatch
es to Cork, brought by the city ol Balti
more, and intercepted off Cape Race,
there are some items of intercrt.
FORM THE SEAT OF WAR.
Piedmont has laid an embargo on all
AuMrinn vessels in Sardinian ports, but
neutral property is to be respected. A
revolution is expected to occur at Como,
Iximharily, the tri-rolor flag having been
hoisted by the people before the Castle.
The Austrian Commander had Imposed a
contribution oraOO.noO franc on the town
'of Vercilll. Tho ubscrlplion to the new
French loan opened on the 7th inHt
300.000.000 francs were alreadv subscrib
ed. The French garrison at Rome it to
ne rnninimr. .hi enure.
The Iindon correspondent of the Com
mercial sys that preparations are going
on at every arscualanil dock-yard through
out the country. Gihraltnrnnd all other
Important stations, and the force of ma
rines ia to be incressed by 9,000 men.
Tho manning of the navy ia also mak
ing favorable progress. Every dy fiirn
ihe new proof of the fact of a aecrot
agreement menacing to England, having
been concluded between France and Rus
sia, and the correspondent say; "No one
ought to feel surprised if we wake up ear
ly aomo morning to a consciousness that
we my pre ourselves all further dis
cussion on the neutrality question."
mo independence llclire contains a ru
mor t hut explanations have been asked of
r ranee by England aa to a phrase In the
imperial mauiicaio, in anticipating tno in
dependence of Italy to the Adriatic, im
plies the entire disregard of the treatise
of 1815, and that the replica having ap
peared sufficient in London, k belter un
derstanding appeared between tho two,
Le Nord saya: "The Cabinet of Lon
don and Berlin have resolved to maintain
a strict neutrality in tha present war.
The London Times says: "Itscems im
possible that tho Austrian can retire
without righting a battle, and it I equal
ly impossible that the French can remain
much longer without striking a blow at
There was a good demand for discount
at the bank. The expectation of a fur
ther movement of the bank to A per cent.
coins lor tlie present to have subsided.
A Turin paper says that there ia ap
pearance of an approaching treat battle
on the ground of Marengo.
A lierne dispatch aavs: "Advices from
tho frontier of Lombordy stute that the
inhabitant of Valtvllare arc making great
purchase of arm and ammunition, and a
revolution appear imminent.
A French iquadron i iu the Adriatic,
A new ministry ha boen formed in Flo
The Grand Duke of Tuscany, who I a
Colonel ia the Austrian dragoon, I a
bout to take active scrvico with hi regi
inont. Four Englixh, hips-of-thc-Iine tnd a
Ingate had reached Uibraltur.
A eecrct addre from Garnbaldi, Vice-
President of the national society of Iuly
i published. It instructs Immediate In
surrection; tho vanquixhiag and disorgan
izing of the Austrian army; tho interrup
tions of its communications; tho appoint
ment of provisional government amder
King Victor Emauuol; the abolition of
taxes on bread, corn, &c; tlie levy of
troop hy conscription, and the enrollment
of volunteer, 61c.
Mass Convention at Cleveland.
CLEVELAND, May 24.
mas Joes of the
fugitive slave act, waa to-dny well attend
ed. Large numbers wero present from
Uu Rmmmrvm oauntios. Everything order
ly. Declarations were mudo denouncing
the Fugitive Slave Law and Drcd Scott
decision. Resolutions were also read of
tho same tenor, declaring tho fugitive act
unconstitutional, and the Supreme Court
degenerated and auhaervient to party pol
itic. The conviction of tho Oberlin men is
disgraceful and unparalleled. The pris
oners were entitled to their liberty. The
freedom of country vesta with the great
Speeches were made by Giddings.Chase
Wade and others.
Arrival of the Overland Mail.
St. Lovis.May 18. The overland mail
with datea to the 86th ult, arrived here
to-day. Brodorick and Gwin were mus
tering their respective force for the en
ulnir campaign. There will be two Dem
ocratic ticket in the field Lecompton
and anti-Leeoropton. The State Conven
tion ia to be held at Sacramento Juno 15
Zakestilm, May 90. A portion ofthe
County Infirniory wat destroyed bv fire
yeiterday afternoon. Lost $10,000; no
IswrsviixE, Ky., 90. Tho two demo
cratic candidate for Coii)rrest In the ixth
district Rice, independent: and Garrard,
regular, had a difficulty at Boonvillo, on
Monday. Rice wa badly shot twice, tnd
a man named Hijilth, killed. No further
Mu.w-AiKKt, May 18. A destructive
Bre occurred at Horricon, Wi., this mor
nliifr, destroying property to tho amount
of 'JaO,00. Iaeuranoe only $1000.
supposed to oe the work or an incendia.
Unity and Strength of the Republican
[From the Missouri Democrat.]
Whilst th National Tienifurrw im
flli,, tn niaa fm,.. u,J .ri..
I Q ' I """. "... VI kl.WlWMIl-
try to the other, it is satisfactory to know
that the administration of national affairs
will devolve npon a powerful, compact
and harmonious organisation. Were the
Republican party 111 the same disorganis
ed condition a the National Democratic
party were the opposition to the latter
aa chaotic in the North a in the South,
patriotic feeling might well be subject to
iu (quietude and apprehension. No party
could elect President by the electoral vote.
Congress would be a miniature, or rather
a microcosm ofthe several jarring minor
ities into which the people would be divi
ded. Were it even possible to constitute
a Federal Administration from such ma
terial it would be utterly impossible to
I g(ve jt , policy,
An Administration ia
l!poweres w,,hout , tUwng p4rty iu ooth
I . " w
i erancne 01 ongres.
No silirmativ policy could be adopted
by a President aud Cabinet, apringing
from the bargaining and intrimies of two
of more discordant factions. The roun-
i try under euch a regime would aullur, and
Federal Government would i iu
' prestige both at home and abroad. In view
thervl're, of the expulsion ofthe Nation
al Democracy from power In IMtiO, it ia a
mMter of rejoicing that uo party interreg
num shall succeed. A new aud vigoroea
dynasty ic ready tc occupy the high pla
ce ofthe government, aud to give a fresh
impetus to the great dustinie of the coun
The unity of tho.'ht aud fratoruitv
feehnj which distiuiruiah the Kenubliraa
party are uU less apiareut tlian the rail
ieal differences of opinion and personal
feuds w hich have almost destroyed the
National Democratic party. The organs
the former speak the same dialect ftaat
nd Weat on purely party question.
There is no enforced, unnatural nnanimi
ty, and yet there is entire willingness to
support the nominee of the party for tlie
Presidency, whoever he may be, and from
whatever section of the country he shall
bo ihosen. , There is also entire unanim
ity on the question of Free Labor and
t roe Homestead iti the Territories and
on the Pacific Railroad. Opposition to
the African Slave trade, flllihusterlng and
piracy in general,- i also the i.nsniinmia
sentiment of the Republican pnrty. We
expect the rapid development of the West
a a consequence of the acecMionof the
Republican party to power In IKfiO. That
it w ill be invested With power in that we
are not permitted to doubt.
Under no possible circumstances can
the National Democrats carry a free State
except perhaps California. This fact
simplifies calculation on the subject. Un
less some untoward revolution (the like
of which our history furnishes no parallel
for,) should occur in tho interim, the Re
publican party will carry Illinois and In
diana and Minnesoto, as well a Maa-
chuseitr, Vermont, and all other free
States; and the practicability of their
carrying Missouri and Maryland is appar
ent unuof certain conditions.
We see that attempt have been lately
made to reunite the discordant Democra
cy upon some compromise of the elavery
question; but this can only terminate in
the further degredatlan of the Douglas
wing, and consequently in its complete
overthrow in the free States. The issue
in the Presidential election will be a Con
gressional slave codo for the Territories
or tho rights of Free Labor. Those ad
herents of Douglas, who still flatter them
solves that he will receive the nomination
at Charleston, would find it difficult to
place him foremost on cither plat form.how
ever willing he might be to mount cither.
The Charleston Convention, if it ever
meet, will make a platform or nominate a
candidate, which will be rejected by every
free State in the Union except California
If the platform be non-committal, then the
man will be a aeeessiotiiHt. If. tlie man
be a doughface, then tho platform will be
ultra pro-slavery: and in cither case, both
will be rejected.
A horrible tragedy, of the Sickles or
dor, wa enacted at St. Louis on Wednes
day. A young man, named James Ham-
... .... .
liton, who nd necn ouiy married tour
months, became exosperaled at hel?
rumor of hi wife' infidelity, which are
said to have been without foundition.nnd
shot her, on the dy in question, and then
shot bimself. Hamilton will die, but his
wife, thoncrh desperately wounded will re
cover. Tne rumor are said to have been
cover. a i.b n.m..r. -r -m ......
set afloat by II.... ton brothers, who
i.su conceiveu ui.ukc v ..in n.ic.
waa eighteen year old
and he twenty
C. F. MILLER & CO.
Would ananaara loth ctlisena off" nc and tarroaitl-
n 1 guuntire- that thry keeji cotratunllj on liaml, and
FOR SALE CHEAP,
A (sootl AtKorlinrnt of
I1E1S. OQI&SD CODK STDTES.
Of ad altaa mA ih
baat mttaraii Inels Mng trt
STEWART COOK STOVE,
Thr batt mom im at. Thvj ara alto aiiaajivatj a
(dia th Manafactara and a)c of
Tin, Copper & Sheet Iron Ware,
of arary diieripiioaf
nousa Furnishing Goods,
Wooden, PrweJ, Japanned & Hollow warti.
Fruit Cans and Jam
Of Dm moil annrnratl ttndJniltort.ertrjUiinf fa
1... .r .
Tat aa ia til lt aiaanar, f OfpriMd aariimi,
Water's Patent Hangers,
whlrli ii nY nki.i ,alulNllal lad rrlibl mttim M l
IMNdiRf Ear Tna(ha ikal hiimi btn laraaoj.
RK)fling, Jobbing and Iicpairing
ilaas U tbr, N ibort Nnlio, inJ winalJ In jlr.
WANTK.DOM Irm, Cit, Hnu aa t.r,.
.." "" SiNT-rt Hlook, imnmu UM
C041M Din., Mall. .Irrl, Tilhn, llu.
maiU'oS O. F. MILLAR & CO.-
AttaeliniMiit nl lat
JlaoaK.OUiia, AnualtiNlnr of Amtmr Olna,
eNr4. I'UinnS, afainH Uatid llrr, Itotoatlaal.
BnSmn I', f. I'nanU, J. P. ol rilalaa Tin.k.i..a.
ufiCiuif.uli.,. tt Ik link pi Mar. it, D.
... aaid Jii.iic luanl aa o.l, ot k IIN. hw.NI ia inn
Wa fat Um aaaa t .i. aim SNlkin iWinn
I.. AllAMs. Air. l ru....s
Mv Mth, ISW Si.Jw '
IIH On rnN,,.hiN K.r.irN nii.iini Wlwvaa B.
M.Tni a. j-n. ii.i..n. . ,1. a
T)Nt aail C . u Ula da'
ay .ItMOfviHt hy nnmnnJ
MaUaon, N.r I Oik, !. juox ll.Uoni.
To llm rublie.
JaVa TtaldiaiUNN aaal T1wfa.M r-Y L-.
IKK ran kaad INN NW.ra Inn,,.,: ufM.ll. I .,k IN Ika
""T." u"l,'' "'
f -.''410 'I
PAT.? SEP! I
V Y J
Malawi, M7 UKk, If.U.
I am selling in tin's County tlio best
Liownia & REAPING
V , 1 A
HI AC II INKS
nfon NfftrrJ in Km I nllf J Flnlti. It Ii
Combined IRON IJachine,
Mnnubctnrcdl; R. L. HOWARD, Buffalo.
fi tt tfte lif-lit-Mtlruft; it it ih mot fmn! in tti con-
1 nMirn; tt it th ttmt tJarabl. ind h It tho tnioothttt
cnttitif nine? m!.
At trt niirmg.iH rtt rir, ihij hi nmrfiir, i-p.
Itmbr ifth, to Ortobarr Jtt iKtH. lk krtrhnm ma
chin wirt m nrtWtl tfta fifrt nrmtum, at R (, ntl
th Ant prvmivm tt Mower, . eompeHiot, with th
Aitltinftn It Miller; Hnwtlltf tit New Yerfc Ripr;
K irlr A lliit unit U Reilf MtM-hinei,
At th Nw ork Htit fair, bM at Syr Oo-
tnlier 7, ant), 6 th Ketrhnm marhm wat a warl-
rrf im nrt rem mm, a nomlHnart marhtna. ta aoatft
tilion with tha New Xotk Knrnri jMnanjraf Aallmaa)
Millar; Kiilijr, tm4 loma If Hern otltfri.
Wa hava iw. Kti harni Reaper ami Mwr, ol1 by
K. I. rTl.t, anrl wa think it tha naott tJnrMa, th
' V t'rtm, ana In btt and cl to a pott machina aow
o(Tr,l lo lha Farmara af Hnr Vntitv.
Haiin ItannthnfT, Mifhaol
MM l.ae.) KlelVr
lianrjr lillfTtnan t-fotya AbKott,
Angutttu llo. 4aorga H II oka,
TRICE OF MACllINES AT BUFFAT.
Coaatiinatl Manilla - . . . . . . . flHtt,(M
Mwr - , lio.uo
Oh llnrta Mnwtf . , ?5M
All marhiHft warraitttl All ATtf aririraitatl lo m
Tiffin P. U.f or Van lrn aat will b prompt It at-
r.1,1 l. ( ATI. IN.
XV. II. Park, II.
PHYSICIAN AND SUKUEON.
RKHIDtNCE o Jenr,on tret, Bmlh of Mndlina;
Tiin.liiN. - , , n'.'7 '5
IVollfc to laro
Wiiaai there Is a ileflrl-" 7 In ' Tuition
Fund of the CltT rf limn for the current jear j
for whieh "ie law provl.lrl: Hist
. .u,. .itciulinir mil.lie school be a
lequal amouut each," to cover such deficiency,
Wiirsrit the amount of such deficiency ia
reiiilrel to pay the Tenrhers' salaries for the
present teroi, which Kill be up In two weeks,
therefore it was
Urioi.vr.ii, by the Hoard of Education of the
; ion 18, 1S!,
.lo.i1CTllMC,1,fehol..fWho ha.stten.led school
tho Krcter part of the (wat year, the amount
r one dollar.
KruiLvrn, that this an'CSTOicnt be paid to
the respective teacher of the school where
each (cholnr attend.
Hy onler or the lloard ot Rduention.
ma30-i.tr J. M. ZAHM,8e'y.
! ' '. - ' ' j
CM. Kussell & Co.
MA.SstLI.ON, ITaRK CO. ( O.
Tli nndrtnlgnrd. tinvinf inrraaatl that r farititt'i
fr Rmnatnt f nr. nf;, ara now jtrejiarad to furnish a large
nunuier ui tnair
Justly Celebrated Machines
Ou Oliort Notice,
With or wlthnni Trnrh Warttat withnr wlthnnt Hi raw
Hlarkrr! with 3d nr 3tl tncli linn or wood t'jrlinilm;
Dnvar wild tiwnr ar Htrao, to nit jmrrliar alKiaatly
ratlucatl itoaia far MmmUf turn.
Ru88clli, rrcmium Double Timon
Willi HCI.P.A WIT8T1N0 CENT EH, fur cither aight
vr mm iiviatf. Alto,
. Double Plows.
Reapers and Mowers,
aad s rtl variety ot AGRICI.I.TfRAl. IMPLE-
Sli-n IB, .ail a'l klada ol (.'ailincs Imlailina
.Vtll (.sarins; f Everr Ueacriptioa.Car
tr"All orl.n piomntlr all.nrlrj l, and Interi of
miiiry promptly an ehNarlallr aniWNrrd.
M. RUSSELL & CO.
May, is.ie teew
. XX d
II. II. SOUDER.
.No. 2 thawhan's lilock,
la Hit KMai for sictly Meapitd by cVoll, Bra. 4 Co.,
INVITES THE ATTENTION OK ALL
Cash Buyers in Tiffin,
to Lis well selected Stock of
STAPLE & FANCY
FINE CnALLlES, '
FINK IJRILLIANTS, - L
FINE FRENCH PRINTS,
FINE Pi-iti ted Fraucli Jaconets,
FINE English & Americaii Prints,
FINE PRINTED LAWNS,
TtLACK FANCY SILKS,
. L1NNKN GOODS,
, : GLOVES & HOSIERY.
. .'-.i a: . ......
Chtapy Cheap, Cheap!
tf"A Mwb wlS to ft rW SiINI nnnnM mU Milk.
Nl tail at Aa. il. bliaarSaa'a block.
U. H. SOUDER.
i t I
STAPLE AND FANCY
. . .1 : . ?.
F. K. SHAVHAH,-
AM) NOW AT
- - - - i rr wr
. . - M 1 t
Is the placo to find the
LITEST AM) BEST STILES
la this Market.
IVip Itren iiooilH,
IVir pliant ill a .
. Jjacen Sr J0tnbroiilerie$,
l "i ' . :i ' I i .
All of tho REST and MEDIUM
QUALITIES, in endless variety,'
r . , : i. rest.
cuE.r ran c.i,
CALL AND SEE,
F. Ka Shawhan.
:o: I'll i .
Itaa rcmovcil her .'.
Millinery & Dress Making
n s r.i it z, is ii ji jn v t
; ' ' ' " " w
over tho oxtensivo
DRY GOODS' STOKE
OF F. K. SIIAWIIAN
4 SHAWHAIiTS BLOCK,
W'hcro will bo found a splendid
Of JSX Ilinda. ,
CPAl! tho latest Paris Fasb,'
ions. Patterns of Ladies' and Mis-
pes1 Dresses on hand and received
semi.tnoDthly, - - . u
CALL A."I SEE TBIEITX,
En. L. 0. Ansa, ;
Tifliu, May 6, 1S50.