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cyclic ft Democrat.
"" CITY OF LANCisiKB..
APRIL 26, 18CO
Which l Ihe Seclionnl lsit)!
Tl. Southern Democracy insist upon
ntfodmfr slavery over territo.ics now
fri-e; hiiJ ulaim tlmt it alremiy exists, in
virtue of ihe decision of llio Supreme
Court of tin- TJiiit-tl S me, in tho Dreti
Scott ens-; and il.ey deman the rigorous
pnfotcem-Di of ill fuj,d'ive s1vb law.
They nciUi'0g4 tht? til buster war upon
Jkxt 'ouud Cuba, for tlm extcrjsicn of
ihoir Southern lioundiuies, for tin avow
ed impose ul acquiring :iiot States fa
vorable to their ill itulions, in order, as
they express it, to t.ain poliii ul power.
They iiare receded from n'most eveiy
fide avay like the moriiiug dew before the
approaching sue. But amidst all, the
bow of hope arched its golden hues, and
the anchor of hope has dropped from the
clouds of Borrow. I have knelt before
the coM roarUo, and teed tie name
"mother," "tister." and olherdear friends.
They now walk among the serapl a, and
tune my spirits 10 higher limbic ol angels,
anil b.igh'er things than earth can give.
This consoles me, and iioouthn the
ters of lifo, and gives me courage and
f th and lonfiJemv, that I sUll triumph
over wlnilevor befalls me; and that I shall
be finally diiftcd to a bappior homo, wl.ere
wo hull nil walk together.
I would not, if I rould, change the
past, with all its sorrow; nor raise the
ci. riain from the future, to see what dwells
beyond, before my time. My hopa is
w.thiii the vale. To day is mine, God will
Itnnnrnhlo nni inn whii-ll the V l.avO lll'lutO
tore taken: oromincut amunx which ,. n,e the to m.now, and with il his
their declared d.icirino line - cirs ago. i
' el. vital blessing
allowing the po ple of ihe territories to set
tle their own d luetic institutiuiH 'I h
admission of Kansas with a free I'oiiR'iiu
lion lias been r jwied by their vo'c in
Congrem, while- at the tame time ihey
tried to fasten upon them the L"omp on
instrument, wi.Si its p:o-s avery lnuvid
ion. They oppose the patge of a ho;m sicad
luw, pvovidiiig for the cession of publ c
Linda to actual settlers. Tlu j have i fl'"o
tually suppressed the liberty of sp'Orh
and of the press, in the pro tlavory & ntes.
Tbey spurn and spit upon the p rectus
and widom of the patriot fatlicia, found
en of our gloilms republic. They
sconce, lar and feather, and oiloiVi-c
maltreat northerners who go among them,
as clergymen, tender, pedlers or other
wise, merely for un expulsion of "pin
ion, and often upon I ho imro lugpioioM of
some unworthy peison. Thcydiivu horn
their homes aud leyond the borders of
tbsir territory, their own citiz'iis, who
have the indepcntlencc to use the liberty
of speech which the constitution guaran
tees to them, though they protect ugaiimt
any intention of interfering wi.h the
klaves, and wlwre t!iey havu proved them
elvos lavr abiding citizens. They threat
en to blow up the Uiiuii, if a Northern
man is elected President, both through
their press and fiom their desks in Con
gress. They have expressed their deter
mination that no northern man should
ever bo inaugurated President of the U.
The Republiban party rosists ihe exten
sion of slavery beyond its piesunt north
ern bouodary, and phdgu themselves to
tuvain tho South in all theii constitution
ai rights: grant to tliem a fugitive shivo
law, constructed wivhin cniietituiionul
limits: deny that the Died Scott decision
settles the quoslton that slavery exists in
freo territories: claim lha right of lurri
tories to frame tbuir own constitulioti and
regulate their internal affairs; and that
Kunsis should be admitted iu'O the Union
We have nuthing of very general inter
est to note, from the action in Congress,
since our last. The most of the time is
spent in mkingsectional political speech
es, and the passage of unimportsnt bills.
Uocss Mr. Biugham, in as emphatic
speeoh, showed up the pro-slavery sec
limality of Southern members of Cun-
.. i .1 n. ..I
gicss, aa the uotornunaiion 01 me i in
dent and his party, never to let this sec
tional strife end so long as it could be
mado available. Mr. Bir.glnm. is from
Ohio, and was formerly of the Democrat
iu party. Alter other political speeches
the House nij'.u.nud.
Common Schools of OUto StatWlioa for
Total ol receipts from all
Total pad male teachers, 1,270,573 37
Total paid female 070,573.31
From th r lesion.
The 23d iu-t., was the day for the
opening of the National Prenidei.tial Con
vciiion at Ciarlelnn. Tbo Telegraph
brings us news, tl at the utileriifi d aro
there, in appalling force. Hut the cm-
ni'.tioD of the political elements ate such,
that no definite opinions can ho formed.
Some at counts state Douglas stoek to be
in tho ascendant, hud oil e:s t! at ho is
i minted out. Frt in all that we cun gii'h-
er, up to this hour, there is nothing that
looks towards a Immioi'ious session; and
the final result, it in impost bio to eon
jeciure. It u UnVer.-.luof, that amongst
the fiibt bu-iness of the convention will
be the adoption tfa platform.
The Convention has hem permanently
orgnnijipj. Caleb Cusliiug of M is9achu'
naits, preisdont, up to the latest ilisjiathes
no very war like demon-nations hud taken
place. The Convention bus adopted the
mi&tnre of opening their sittings with
prayer, which, in iUelf considered, is
well enough, aud might be ronstruod fa
Alabama, Mississippi, Florida, Arkan-
fur, Texas aud L'iui-iann, have expreae
ihcir determination 10 withdraw from ih-
conventional ome, in th event of Mr.
Doughs' nomination; but th indications
are that he will he laid on tho table. Mr
Hunter of Virginia, is thought to have the
C t-II at present.
We In pe to bo able to lay the result of
iheir delibtratiuii1, heforo our readers in
our nut week's paper.
The steamships Argo and America,
hare arrived from Europe, since our last
isme. The news from the coutin'enl is
Ciowu warrants bad been issued a
gainst llectniii aud Sayers, and they were
required Id eutir into heavy bail to keep
A conference on tho Swims and Italian
questions was talked of by the great
Revolutionary movements are being ag
liati'd iu Sua'tii. Don Cailos bs bten
Austria had protested agatiiBt the an
A"rioultmul accounts from Etitope,
L'enerully, are not favorable.
Pakh, April 3d. The latest advioes
from Spain arc, thut the insurgents ure
concentrating their lorecs.
It is understood that the Great Eastern
wi t nail for our ports, early in June.
Il was stated, that tie) inhabitants of
Savoy- and Nne would, in a lew dxyn,
votoby uimersul snffiago, upon the ques
tion ol ancxation.
A hhip was soen on fire, oil' tho Sicilla
Islands; apparently an American cotton
ship. Her masts wen all gone. A
schooner was along side of her.
Negotiations wcro going on between
Romo and Naples, relative lo the entry
of the Noa; olilun troops into the slates of
lie chuie''. Tho icHtilt was not known.
Latei a.icounts fiom Madrid, (Spain,)
say that tranquility prevails overy where
Australian adviews to the 8th of Febru
ary, state buBtuets t t be dull, and a seri
ous droulh prevailing there.
Oflii'iul advices from Rome state, that
ihe distuibanres there have been quieted
Total paid lo teachers, 1,941,555.81
l'.uililtng receipts and im
pairs. m 422,348,20
expeoe SIB, UU.tb
Griiuii total uf exuendi-
- n a Him
BaUnoe of unexpended
Sunder of pupils in attendance, accord
iuj t the enumeration vf 1 350.
White males, 437, 5HD
Whiio f.ruaK 414.S58
Colored inales. 6,899
Colored females, 6.5S3
THE NEW YORK TRIBUNE.
Prepare for ti Great Political Campaign.
INDUCEMENTS TO CLUBS.
KOW IS THE TIMK TO 8CBSCH1BB.
Grand total, 8G5.914
Tho sources from which tha Common
School Fund foi Ohio has been derived,
may be summed up 8 follows:
B.ilanrcon hand Sept. Is',
Fines, licences and mis-
cellan ous sources, 22,f30 64
Inoduceahle 6chool fund, lb'6.857.40
Slat- tax, 1,125,574,07
Township taxes for spe-
.ial purposes. 773,9C3,C0
Town-nip tax. sfor build
ing and comingout ex
Making as above. the tolal
sum of $3,225,129,65
Sumljer of (cachet $ employed during the
Common schools, malts, 10,007
High school, oia'os, 157
" lemaies, iut)
German undEnglii-h.mftlee, 21
" " fomalus, 5-1
Colored, males, 103
Piivato and se'oc'., lnalen, 6
" " females, 121
Total numb. of each; mules, 10,3!)(i
f. males, 9,158
Jonen. Ike A rlit.1.
Wo huvo spent hn hour very pleasantly
in the company of Mr Jones, tho Anier
ran Ai list, ul his rooms in the Tlhnudge
House; and we take graat (leasure in
tianLfcring to our columns, the following
w. 11 merited compliment, v.hich wo dip
Ifrom the Ohio Ealo, as the imbodimont
of our eontinien's:
Jouei.' Hunt ul' If tin. T. Fwlng.
Wo highly enjoyed a pleasnnl vit.it nt
upon an equality with tlm other S'atefi, I the rr in ol Mr. Join 8, tint Sculptor, in
under the Wyandot Constitution, wliieli j thin-iiy the o'.l or day. Wo saw there
kr,... i ...i ...i : the nearly completed niodtl of the bust of
, , ... , . ., n Mr: Lwing, upon whieh Mr, Jonos bus
instrument ol a very larne minority of Iut . V . , ii,u
j J J bn. n eiiL'secu lor Homo nine.
cituens. Tlioy advoeate tho parage of a Au hours' soeia! that with Jones is a
bomestond bill, giving hone s to freemen, ' good hpei iC ) for tl o blues nu ull who
by which every 21)00 seres of ihe public! know his genial naturo anil lino social
domain will have about 2J hite f.suiilic ' qwi". ''Ilil!i'.". "'"1
, ui.to can wo tt aliliy, liui the ereat. r at
eultivating tho soil, ti nu rcnnng eons und , ,- f . ;, , ,. . .
o tiaetton for a vifitor nt his ro(on, n n iIb-
daughters to uive t harueier and r.spi cla- lo gt,H i10(,r.ni muulorpieee of his
bilily io our country, wh. li ihe present ' art. l!mt n nieul oreution wliinh has haeu
generations hhall have psseed nwav; und ' growin,r under l.ia plastic hand into hii
upon whirl, two thousand neies." iheio , "1l,m,hl livi" br! n,hi"i'' ,Ul'via Clir'- ol
ii i . i 'he gr.at liiiginal.
would also I e a i hureh, and a school , W() Uj ft u wfl nrrt
housi?, instead of onn while fuinily and f.u for poss HMi.g any of the Cue sensibil
Iwo or three bundled iv froCi. without u 1 i ica, c.ul ivated times, or nien peieep
church or school houen. J til ,lH '( the true aii'd b.-aiitirul, which
... , . . i would onliilu us to ei ilicizn a ei''iat Woi k
i hey take 1 1 constitution and opinions , , , , , , . , , ,, ,
' ' ol art, but wo do know nht will that a
Of the revolutionary laihen for their : ,illC. S.ci,n,.n 0f a mm physically, a more
motto; maintain tl e tree 'om of st ei ch and : massive, imposing held, or a more maik-
of the piess. Tliev say nothing about the d. expressive and int' llenliiiil face than
dissolution ot the 'Union, and ill inau- l"-,u1,1 living eannnl bo found in
, i muci n , aim uini ino uiu.-i lias seiiu
Dir. UutliniutK'ii Protest.
Mr. Hickman, ol the House, Chairman
of the committto lo whom was referred
the Piosiduiit's protest against the pro
ceedings of ihe Investioutirg Comniiittco,
on ihe appropriation of money by the
President for eleo'.iontct ing purposes, has
made an able report, iu which he sustains
tlie righ. ol '.hi; House to pursue the in
vestigation rigardletiS of the protcbt, in
riifering to which, the N. Y. Cunimcrcia)
"U is alike able and conclusive and re
spectful and eiiueiderate iu l.nguiige Its
severity consists in its arguments and its
fuels, and these aio positively crushing to
tho l'lesidunl's piotensions."
The following is from the Cincinnati
"lt"puhlican wiadom is hero splondidly
i"iimiieiled, it illiout saying it in a mure
pni ti.au tspirii. tho entire reHpoiiaibility
of this stato of nllaira, the heavy losses
which lave alio.idv ipsulti d to the people
of tho slate, and tho girato.' losses r'Uoli
inus'. (ollow, from th.f lengthy siispctisioii
ol canal navigation, must all he charged
up 'o the great account ef mal-tdniiuis-tiation
of btale all'airs by Hepub'.icnn par
tizans. I'ity 'tis, 'lis duo "
From this display of sagacity, wo have
a right to expect kIioi'iIv, a true exposi
tion of the real causes of the nunii i ons
disus'eis that huvo bet'a'.lou our laud for
the lust iwo or three yeais, in ihe way of
failing crops-, &o.
, . . , . , ir i i aino n , him, iiinbinu uiuci, iii.u orii,
guraie ihe next President of ihe Lulled. n ' , , . , ,, . .. .
7 and copied not only the me to pliysieal
fctate, uheiher he is from tho North or'Hll( .toril pari of his treat buhiert. but
the South. They tieat wiih the utmost has inndo the iuanlinnto elay lo bear the
urbanii) and fraternal regvd, their Idlow exprc-.sioi. that inielleet und soul huve
ei.it n, f.o .he pro-hlave, v Stutra, when ?,,'imlf 1 "I'"''1'" "f "( ihe origi.u.1.
. . . - , 1M t!otv linen le-rum iiiiinoiii'u oy iiiiiio,,
IheV llll. oflu .0 H I'etlt our 1 iiuiuitillll ' ... ... i. ., i t
' i i ' as ii some gieat inouiin wme nasning
perniining ili. ni loexpuss (re ly their thiouh and over and about it and ani
views upon all sulj e s. They icpudiato 1 uniting it.
Northein .....IS..U hern fan 'ties alkcjHiidj Thu lar only can our ciitiesm go;
...I , ,i , . . it 'there siiue'8 ill its na'uial commanding
wnl know nehnisf bit ihe Un on nii.iii its i, , ,i ..ru i i,
' 1 Hititudo tl ri "laiid I o d ol thii "Old Salt
coiisti.UtioiMl basis: ..,ph,i ,o m-' U .i,.r." ih wonderful linger of genius
ernm-nial frail Is aud d-m g..giiei-m, i!io hn louuhed it with li'c, i seems Clay no
union of th Stil es, ono ouiintry and on- louuer, hut the living original.
d-aiiiy, la t e.r mono. 'I hn IJ.ir of Onio will ihi.nk Mr. Jones
.in r i i i ' , o inosi heartily ler ho ti uly und well exeeut
'Vliich then is .he s. otional psriv? -ri ,. .
i i nig rs eom.msHion. Ilie.e aahtness
' l itic oie Yi nu Ako, i'11 th" eo eettngof an OliioSeulptors and-
F.f y .onus ra;u I lirst w.ke toiho "."' " "". "'. 'o por,.et
uate in in irlde, the features of Ohio's
grea'ebl law er.
scenes that pte-eni.d th niselvn eii hf.'s
g'l-nt noeau. Diiiio,' nt v v. y io thus
far, 1 have Home imos s.en i:s bos mi tiuir
q iil and ill.iin'oia.d w ih suush ne; and
as often has it b-eii vi ed in blaeknesa
and its angiy waves ih.ea i.ing ingulf "f 'll0 (-"''v'""0"' there ou
the frail bark. Fifty...,,, j.s! Oh! the lU 1Gl1' of '"' ,,f capi.oily lo
l.opfi buried, the joys past, the grouped 1 1 oll! lo ciiS,,fc ',)lsl,J Ieopte. The
faoei ofdearoi.es by my si e. My sho.t l,ut'1 0-l,C18 ,"4Vl' 8iBrJ ' obligation
eoroing and deep ttflli.iii'oiiK, l ave proved ; ""l tj i," rcabU nP",Hr ialMul
to me blessings in disguise; lave humb'-' Jl"" iU "Ventioii; and as tliero are
cd m and causeJ me to lc I my dep nd-! l"-.Ucu, lKill-v f rt' ,,"t,,, '
. i I . ., I Cnv, there will lo no lack i f loi-iu for
' ", l,8Ur "'W,'r "'y u" !tlnm all. How vers diihivn. ,hat w,H be
M lifo bus been smtx .u.e of joy and from il.e pei.t up Charleston
orrova, too subtle for woidsto ilescriLo. I with the ei-orinous fharpea und insolent
. . . .. .. O....I .1 11., ris.
Many U.jilit tlmmonds havo ylitteied "' ""'F ,' ll,H foou uri. lauoior.ia. ii,0
nd sparkled iu my life'. dial, which luve ! P"r ' " IOf
' ,. , i co-opoiation ol Ioutn Uaiolina Uemoera-
gone out, and l.ft a tiKbt of sorrow nndl ,)y W1HI j, RJ,,e(M l0 ,0j j(i Oonvenion
gloom; iut ibey are set inairorv glorious down in theoul-of the wky City of Chuils-
wreath; and the incrtaaed Lightness bus stou
dissipated all ny sadntss
Tito Japaiichii Have t'.niie.
Tho first intelligeiici It is been received
from our n'wly made friends in Japan.
They are going lo send n l'nli embassy
over lo our govei umuiil, preliminary to
which they have dispatched sco.vette
neross lo 8iin Francis, o, to bring elli u.l
ud ng of what m about to happen.
The latest Ctll.foruii n.sila y i v the fol
lowing aceoiliit of ll.e ..lliair:lhe pint -cip
1 excitement nt Sin Francisco is oc
casioned by the piestiiee of the Japanese
corvette Candiuiiiurro, Cap I. K.t Liniar-
10, cemiuauder. Tho t orveito Caiidin
nia.ro is i f lueh vonstrtietion, and is a
veiy hnudsnniH epeciincn of nv il archi
tictu.e. I "or eapneily in uboutlwohuil
dred and fifty tons. 1 tit. li liieaBlirenielit,
and she is vn y heavily armed tor a ship
ul her fciz-; she .arries ten guns, eotnpus
i d ol four swivels, oiiu howitzer, ono small
The Cense of tS(10.
The fid owing excellent take-off on quos
lions proposed to be naked by the census
takers of l6t), is from llio Cleveland
What is your age?
Where were von bum?
Aio you married, und if so, how do ycu
How many children have you, and do
they sulllcieittly rcsemhle you s to pre
elude thu possibility of their belonging lo
auv o vour neiehbois.'
Did you over have the measles, and if
so, how muv'.'
Have you a twin brother several years
older than yoursclif
Have you patents, aud if so, how many
Do you road tho New Testament regu
What is your lighting weigh:?
Which did you like hest for light read
ing, "llio uiinmuKi'r oi aioscow, uy
Cobb, or bewards last speech?
How many timosi has your wife "wish
ed she was dead," and did you recipro
cute the wit h?
Do you use bonylilen tobacco?
Wera you and your wife worth any
thine when ninrried, and il not, what pro
portion of her things were your'n, and
your things were her i,:
Were you ever in the penitentiary?
How will the coming llecnan-Kayers
ti:ht fur the ehnnii"iiship tilfeot tho sale
ot Hawthorne a Marble l'aun?
If four barrels of emptiness poured on
a burn II .or will covi r it, huf many play
can Dion Bui.rcio.itiU write it. a year.'
Are you troubled with biles?
Are b-'ana nn ui ticiu ef regular diot in
v.nr fai.ti'.y. and il h i, how does it ou'
Stato whether you mo blind, deaf, id
oiiu nr havo M heaves.'
How many chickens havo you, and ate
they on foot or in tho he!l? Also, how
la ihiMH a Htrnvibcrrv mark pn your left
Wl iuh food do you prefer, rum or mix
State how much po.k, impending cri
sis. Dutch vbecBf. popular sovereignly,
standard poetry, Constitution and Union,
old junk, perfumery, coal oil, liheity,
hoop-skirts, ifc'c., you have on hand?
Persona lisble to be "eonsuseed" will
do will to cut the ahoe out and put it up
in a conspicuous place.
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Union, Conierratve Movement.
The idoa is entertained by many, that
the object of the Union Baltimore Con
tention, to bo held on the 9th of May, is
to put caodidetes on llio track for Presi
dent and Vice President. Suoh, how.
ever, we ate credibly Informed is not the
We conversed with, mnny of the dele
gates to the State Convention, held at the
American, Wednesday leading spirits ot
the 'Union" movement, and weie by them
assured, that it would be the deshe and
aim of the Baltimore Convention, to ex
press so earnestly and forcibly a prefer
ence for certain conservative men, that the
influence would be felt by the Chicago
Convention, and nominations made accor
dingly; or in the precise words of a dis
tinguished gentleman of the Convention:
, ,L. ' L1., LBS,
. Special olicc0.
Gives notice, that he has removed his
Shop, to the building heretofore known
as Mas. Guess's tow, opposite Ike Shaf
Dr. A. C. Barlow has removed his
Office,to rooms in the Giesey Building.on
South side of Main Street, up stairs.
Children are of son lolmd Tory suddenly with Uiit
disuiuti, which, t. not quickly rellered. nroTee fetsl.
ltjctuierally uttucki children In the utghl.uftar having
been much exposed to damp, cold wind through tba
duy. Damn houdtis. wet feet, thin ihoea. wet clothet.
or any Oil ng that obtuct perspiration, may occailon
Croup. Mothera! yourchildrenare liuble to be taken
lie ''wanted tosee the Opposition united wlHuhli dread complaint at a lime when you leaat
.;.! il, ,l.,.,,il ,..,,rj , ,, li but ilia nt always, a doctor can be calleu or M-
,ii....,.t.. uiu ueuiwiiiiiu K'.iiuiun.r, uii i or niouy loium, and ror tin reason we would adviae you
Utucago nominee. UUtobtaie Journal.
uow. and withiut a momenl'a deluv, lo buy i bo
ol Dr. KATO.VS l.NKAN I'IKB COKDUL. it .
Jt&'Ko man can he a medium for send
ing forth a henlthfn! and regeneraiing in
fluence in the public mind except so far
as he lives in peace and quietness with
Ins own family, and those friends who are
immediately about him. Nor can any
one be really at peace with his int;mat j
friends und associates, except so far as
peaco and quietness dwell in his owo
breast, and these heavenly qualities can
be implanted there in no other way than
by ca'tivating ihe hubit of shunning, as
sins against God, every evil and disorder
ly ullectiou, thought or action.
JtSrTruth lies within the holy of holies
in the temple of knowledge, but doubt is
tlie vestibule tpat leads to it.
QaS J3G 6LB C2 HH 1C
AND DKALKU IN
WOULD nnv. Hint tie Is now filling up Stock fnr
lUoHHKlNO TKADK. and iu a Tew das will
t ro)ureil to supply llio runners wllli Kiuh from thu
N'rHmrn ).ukui. Hriug on your Bueon, wliloh be
Lukns In oxchaotrc for UootU or paysl'uhli If douirod.
Hi member my term ur$ CASH ami 1 cun
limn any house that does a guner-iil crodit buslnL'ss
11 ut 1 will auv lo all Tiuni'tual imv i 112 cltlzeiia of town.
thut twill furnisli Fuss books, and run their accounts
ror thirty days, ut the end of which ll'no will expect
the iinMioy. JOHN LVO.Nti.
P. K. I htivii fnrsiile a RURVKYISO COilHASS,
with ull , Ii 0 liu,kiinelits. Aln.a full set of CA KHKN
TKK'S I. ft A K I'lNO INSTUUMKSTS, all of wliiclt I
will tell very low. JOHN LYO.NS.
aiiciistoi, Ajirt to, leiiij srol
cure every case of Croup, If taken In linn;; and also
w. u 1. otnu uj an rfsiicctaiiie arurffisis.
Mo.srs. CnUKCIl 4 UUFO.NT.Now York, are lro-
iirietors.and also sole airents for "DR. BKONSON'H
B(.OOI) p'oOU." which for Conaumutive and Chrnnio
disoitsos tsa sure remedy. Do not be putorrwilh any
nthupn.lU'.,. ' tl,. In lt..,o.. Jt. 1I..UAU. V.,.- V I.
x.i-a. . ,.w .v ui.vHn u. if.fin l ,.. s n III!,,
tl you cannot got them In your Iowa,
ITpSee advertisement. 1m 2
TT-PTHE ORRAT DRAWBACK to persona amlerst
Inctheexlreiue South and Western ennntry, 1 tho
r.-ar they have of Ihe fever and Ague Ihe most dire
ful of all diseasos. Every day we hear of peraona at
tacked by thia disease, and made helpless In a short
time, without any means of affording- relief. In view
of Ihe (real demand lor a remedy, Dr. Hosteller hitl
presented ins UKLbUKATKU STOMACH BITTERS ,
wuere curaiive powers lor an diseases or ihe stomach
huve beei universally acknowledged. The Bitters,
prepared after a loni; experience and deep etud.bav
received the encomlnuis of the most eminent physi
cians, as well as all classes from every part of our
couuiry i o inose wuo oouoi tnoir many virtues, all
wocan say is to try tuem, and Judge ror themselves
respectfully. Boliiby Druga-ists and dealers general
ly everywhere. See advertisement. liuS
ARE rsclovlng and opening their spring stock 0
goods embraclug alt the uuw styles of
Paul lo Clirvres.
And the most fushlonablo styles of Silks
Wo keep on hand ronslanth- Ihe ccli-bruted Amos
kuaq, WHinusutta and Arwrglit Prints. Our stock ol
Ladies Shoes are second to uoue and will be seld
Ladies GaVersfor(j1cti Gentlemen Ox
ford Ties for 100.
Our Bonnets arc the vory latest nut. Wo cordiulIT
Invite our customers and friends who waul goof
uart-iiins i" cun uuu seu us.
OlddlneiSf Headache, tea
These pains and disagreeable feulingsare generally
symptoms of some othereomplalnt; such asdyspep
ala, apoplexy, and various others, all of which are
caused by corrupt noxious mutler, clogging the yfr
liousclrculution; hence, a etreara or rush of blood to
the head, and by the excitement a great pressure on
tlie brain. Gludiness, headache. lossof memory ,d!iW
ness of night, and various othercomplulnts are the re
sult. Thus ii will be seeu that all the above painful
and distressing rralailiesowe theiroriglnto the blood.
Dr. MOUSE'S INDIAN ROOT PlI.LSareacknowledg
ed to be the only medicine that will thorough iy purify
mo uiiiuii. iiiujciiicriue uiuoutBou loiiow ine eireaiu
of life on lis journey through the system. 'Jbay root
out alt foulness anil ImpiiriCy, and drive out every
unneniiuy ousiruciions. iiroy snould betaken eveiy
night iu sultlcleiit quantities to operate briskly, by
coinineiicuig wun iwu pins on gome to pea, tnree tlie
nexi nigui, una iour me next; ii mo symptoms are
not removed, commence again with two nills and hn
uga'iius before. Continue In like manner nntll II14
blond Is tlioroughly puriued,aud alt pain and distress
s entirely removeu.
Obtain one of our FREE ALMANACS, and read the
history of Dr. Morels father, und how this medicine
BEWARE of a counterfeit of thaso Pllls-VKf.T.nW
WRAPPERS. Allgenulneare In BLUE wrnprers,
with the slgnuture of B. Luke Judaon, ou each box.
r ri cu t inns
Dr. Murse'a Indian Root Fills arc sold bvsll deaieri,
in Medicines. April 3. 180U lni2
Dr. lloback'a 1'carly Iteaunie.
Disease Expelled raon the Blood by Da. Ronici'i
Scakdik&vuw RaXEDUs. 1 know of fourteen hun
dred and fifty-one persons, some of whom have been
given over by physicians, who have been radically
cured by my Scandinavian medicines, and I lo not
nouroi one in a thousand of the cures that my medi
cines effect. Among thiiin. as copied from my record
areVllinf Uyespepslu; Hie Liver Complulul; II Hheil-
iiiniisiu, v fcroima in n.iuus; 01 scroiu.ain child renj
i:5 Generul Dedilllv: A7 Sexual Disii.illllv: lHri Teuar
mil other dlsouses til the (klu; 36 Kits! SI 5 Fever snd'
ngue; sou various uiseases. t hare now over 4ji0
Agents. Fee advertisement. lull
TAS remnved hlsoiilce to the HIia-ITer Block, two
I 1 doors South of 11. B. Hunter's Urne Store.
Ilosl.lenee Srollel.l lliiildlng, Northwest corper of
Jiuin ami iiniiiniuiis strueis.
Lancaster, April 5. IHiil). 3ml
The NiUiium itliit.it I'lrc,
Aoonrding to Pliny, fire wan for a long
time unknown to some of llie ancient
Egyptians, anil when Euxodus, (tbo tel
t brHieti aitioflomer.) hi. owed it to tliem,
iIihj wireabsoluioly iu raptures. Tb Per
hiiius, Pba:iici,iii8, Grriks, and several
other n.t'.oiiH, nekiiowlcilrretl their ances
tors were ont'o without the use of lite, and
the Chinese eonfoss the came of ibeir pro
ceni'o.s. Po.npnniud, Mela, riutnreli,
mii. I other anrient authors, apeak of na
lions who, ai llio time ihoy wrote, knew
not tlie use of tiro, or luil but just leuriied
n.oiinr. ud the its: tl.irtv-two Diii.iiih'ia. ! it. Fart ol tho eaa. kind and also nt
Tlie t-ifli iM-ra ol tbo ship ijuico iu tho foi
lowing' jiiw-breiikuitf nninee: dniirnl
Lu-i-i- ke-niii-fta-nu-i'i-un.; Uiipinin Kill
'llio (litenu0 I'tiiivi'i.l.oii.
'I Iih Heiiulilii'atiM of Chi'-agu are put
tin up a builtlinir f-.r the iiceommoilatiuti !'' tiilioh; Ciipisiii allfiiding Mennui-ro;
n 1 1 I ! . O.I. -..I. ... I. f
Ij.OlliriHlilie vlii-hu lllli-liy-iu-rnn, vk'U
iii.i, Yuba. Us--ri. To iiio-it-jro 10, Eu
nil kel-obe; Chit-f Engineer lla-nH jH.
in; S nmiil Engiiifer Kingeio; four mid
shipmen: iline doolois, and seventy men
before tho inast. Tim visitors are receiv
ing every attention I'miii llio civil and mil
it iry nu horitics, mid nperlo be highly
doli''htd with nil they tco. Thx Jaia-
iie.. iillicom who have been on chore are
ii.udfsily at'iicd, each one wcunng two
swords aud tairjing a walking oane.
They are said io le very in't'l.iireni and
god looking nifit. and uiu.'h superior iu
p uounl appvai'itiico lo the thinrce.
tested by modern nations. The inhiibi
tunis of iho Mniiin Iklitnila, which wcro
discovered ir. I Sol, bad no iden of Dio.
NevtT was uatonislimiint tficitier than
theirs wlii-ii ll ey saw it on ll.e tit scent of
MiiL'-llan. in one uf ilu ir Ishndn. At
li't ih-y b linved il was some kind of
Aiiin.il ihit was fixed to and fed up n
wood. Th- inbhbitnii's of the Phillip
pine ami Canny Klanus were f.ii nirly
tnpjiilly igniiruiit. Africa presents even
in our own day, uome nations in ibis de
XiSrTliiit niu in a nutiU limn. wh
I bar stood by lbs open grave, and tbinks wbnt l.e sDi-iiks. sneaks what l.e
en mj dearest frind L'iven baek to tlt ! tiinlt, pays for what ha uses, Iren a I
.. duat, I Itavoanioyed the convivial pleas.' mankind, l'lwr noh and poor, with ur-...-f.i
r . ji , balntr and sincerity, anil who never tone
UMtf the mtmp feast, and Lave af- Jt ei(,ief lrull) or .. fof
tmards stotbj"Vitistjlistned tnr,Rdr,i,0y,g uuiftwii jioisuiial inleiesta.
N. Y. 11 ii ii It Btutainenl.
Tbo fo lowing iiid.catos slight pi-es
sure in the money market, in the ci y of
A thii. 23.1. 18G0.
Decrease in lorns, . . $1,470,147
DrCrcaso in speoin, .
1 create In eiruula ion,
XaTWo (u'ly endorse ll.e following,
which we clip fioni Iho Hooking Sentinel:
We hope to seo carried into i tactical
ofiei't licronboiits, the follnwii.g woids,
'fitly spoken" by W. II. P Denny, a vet
oi an of .hn Ohio Press now of iho Day
ton Gazette. Here is whit be says:
"If a p 'li ical putty would reach the
massei.the beet wuy to do it is lo iuoiease
the circulation of ihe country press. In
stead of waatintr money for "documents"
and "trnois for iho Dronln." a sneoies of
o.'u uuo i iitermuie alwava viewed wiih susmcioii
1 .666,200 i,v the poop'e, it would be fnr better to
Deorense iu deposits, . - 2.51 1,075 ep(!nj wit, view of placing the local
T liio ia for the week, cn'.liiig as above. ' f spsr in tb bands ol every elector. "
Tho oi'y i, beyound all quoition, iho
b int (.luce for the brain t Inbor. The
continually shifting vanity of ajonca, and
tbc opportunities which it einwiai.tly nf
furda for btuddying men and things, ron
dor it poculiarly lilted lo suoiily tho mind
with fool. The man who desires lobe
thoroughly acquainted with human nv
turo must live in tho city. N.iwhoro elso
can bo sco li'c in so many phases in its
glitter i'i J its 111 tli, in is purple and in its
raif, in its hurrying bustld, and its incit
helplessne, in its aitiiiciul reGnenu'i.t
and its gutlty degrad ttioii. Hut for those
who desire to enjoy existence iu pciieet
bahiin'o, without loo much either of tho't,
work ot feeling, the country is the place.
Hero are toil for tho bands, thought fur
the brain, and fyclinglortho benrtall com
bined in that pioportion which gives
health and htippineb?. Thin kind of em
ployment, distnbutcii cqunlly among all
parts of iho man, is of all other the luasl
irksome nud most sgtecable.
It docs not seem so lo llioso who have
bad no experience of its riled. The
pale, wiiuy-looking clerk, who bends for
fifteen hours daily over ihe pities of tho
ledger, thinks the niun to be pitied who
has toiled for half that time in felling
forcel trees and splitting them into niU.
The fashionable 'Man shout Town.' who
dines at throe on two dozen elaborately
prepared domes, nud liuds noue of them
suited to his dtiir.ty appetito, can sec
uotliitij; to envy in tho man who 1ms held
tho plough bundle, until he deems a B-i -e
ol bacon and an asli-cnko luxuries. The
young lady who creeps from her bed at
half-past nine, languid mid bloodltss
from tho preceding nights dissipation, de-
eptees inuiiauiy ino couaiiion oi ti.e rosy
oountrv niuid who returns homo with her
wcll-lilled milkpuil before tbo suns rays
have kissed a gingU dewdrop from the
These persons have never tnsled of
the country, know nothing of napless
urea: Though con'essing lo l.u very
miser-iblu themselves, they believe tint
those whoso lot il is to turn ibis globe,
and contend with thonis and thistles, are
far mora so. They onn sei in iho oitin
try no compensation for its dullness, ile
l .ck of change end cxoiteinnnt. They
have some notions borrowed from poets,
who wero never out of town in their H'es
of bleating limbs, and singing birJs,
and fragrant hay fields. But of that plots
ure wiih which one watches the swelling
of iho grain, tbo bursting of a bud or the
expanding of a l-af, th-y know nothing
can form no conception. They know
nothing of the vulumo of naturo, beautiful
and endless which the countryman has
laid open befori bitn, nud now taught ia
MISSOURI GRADUATED LAND,
Are now buluir lufdf to IIioho who
uttrnd to making Iho urccimiry lroo
FIIA VK rncolvml no mo, and am prop., red to obtain
thum without fail.
Tin Kot'clvur'a liiillcat, anil an atvnnco fo of
9 HHs r.'qtilroil. Bjtiuni'o or loo to no paid upon le
livnry of Pntent. Sliouli) no Patent by oIHhIikmI, llio
.In plieale tmil otWunco will bo tutuntlotl, and do
char litis inndo.
Utility in tliis matter iidangoroua, while prompt noes
rr"l huvo forialo, on liand. all tlm lime, l.ninU
In nn louul.ly.at very low prU's. Title iiiiq n'tiuii
ublo. T. W. TALI. MA Dti K.
Kml KxUto agoiil, Coluuibut. Ohio.
April .IJCfi liul
TIlO.n iN . UODSOX,
AT FISltKI.'S COItNER, BHO.10WAV,
Manufactors Cabinet Ware of all
dr scriptions and styles.
ntN Warm aro nmiro of tho best uiuturlata; and
niaiiiiliu'tiireil Willi siioohil rrfloronci to durabil
ity auduftor llio most niodiirii patterns. Also,-
COFKISS of any sivle, furnished on
11811111110111.0; and willalicud liineralt
In tunnaml country, witlt or witbuuta llcursu. Ho
lll also atlond to
CARPETING & UPHOLSTERIKC
Iu the City, or In Iho oounlry.
Mr. alif,l,Y, In the saru eitabllshiaent, man
ului'turos and kuups for salo,
PLAIN AD F A CY CHAIRS,
ado honestly, end to bo worth the money Ihoy ask.
Liiicas'.cr, Attnl 5, IrOO llf
roiiMolltlnted Decnubrr 1 1S.jO
Njt'tfiift'fui it note th largest mot thorough and
practical in tt marge of b untie training oj awy
Jlcrcttntit Cotlegt in the H'ate.
DAILY I.KCTlMtKS on theorotiral anil prnctlcal
HitokKecptncr, Commtrolul Utw,l'ttlltinil Kcon
iHuy. t'mmnorrliil Etlilri, Corruniximlonee, Mathtitiia-
tlos. IVninansblp, vo., by men of cxperisuce Iu thefr
Th DIlMiOMA tln no cane pivfn to any (Jratluato
who la not coiupdiont lo keep Ibe booai uf auy busl
'limi of CHffy unlimited- Vmally takoa an apt pupil
from nljcto nine wouka. Can outer ai auy tliuo, ua
there no vai-ntloii.
Total Ctfjt Includhn Scholarship, Hooks, Board
inir, iVe. Ac. about
Scholarttliin ffood In the four principal Commercial
rnUt-irt'i In lh t' lilted Status.
For full pufllculura. ciulnur two stamp and add row
l.llk't? MaCIIV A, ffl .
March fl, lH0O-45tf
JOHN . H&RTIN. f. a.LWlHO. r. I.UaVaAUHlV
USsTLS&Vt JLSaa. C C7c.f
- HI il I u Mrcrl, l.micnater, tllllo.
f 101,11 AMI KILVKK BOUGHT ANU ROt
R'Kiglit KvrliaiiKo ou llio East for sale lnta
allowed ou l.npostis:--ForlHidnvsntilie
rate oft per ceut per annum.
" H inoiiths" S " "
.1 .1 t, il
Lancaster, February 7, 19581 y4B
the i. ast mmw
TO LOCATE LAND WAKIIANT8.
VUOt'T Three Millions of Acres or Und will be
brought Into maraotinthe stale of Iowa, In June
nux!. We expectto inalteeatiMislvesoliictloualnUie
various OistriclsihroiiEliouttlie State, prior lo the of
feriiKnllbe Lauds. aud from our experleuee In the
business, wn leelronndoutlhat we van irlveentiresa
lisfacl;ou Snail who inayenlrustllielrbusinessto our
care. Tm MUlnr partiioro. the arm lll be In Lan
easloranoiulhe Uritof April, and any business left
with J. W.H(lnctteomb,fifibatolty, will be attoaeV
at that time, fees.t 10 per Quarter Sectloo.
HOOHBK & RF.ATTy,
Cronp, Pyspersla and I.iver ( oraplslnt cured by
TIIASK'S. MAGNETIC OINTMENT.
niuoiont i u mors and sous cured by Traik'a Mag--uetlj
( uncers cured by Trask'e Mairnetle Ointment,
erysipelas cared byTrask's Mniriietlc Olntmont.
Suit Hlieuio cured by Trask'sMiinnetlc Oiulraout.
Itihcured by Trask'e Magnetle Ointment.
Kruptlonscured by Trask's Maitiieilo Ointment.
Hair restored by Trask1 Magiialio Ulutniont.
Kcad advertisement in this paper.- opr3m3
TARM LANDS FOB 8ALB, 85 MILES from Phil
1 adollilliH bv Rullrond. in thu Kliitn txt mw Iaimv.
iollnnionn the best fur agricultural purposes, being a1
good loam soil, villi a clay bottom. The land is a
Uriiotnict divided luto small farms, and hundreda-
iroin ait paria or ine country are now settling and
building, I be crops produced are lurire and can ba
seen growing. Tho climate Is dellirhtfiil and aecura
from frosia; Ton:,s from 15 lo f.'O per acre, payable
within four yonrsby Instalments. To visit the iilace
leave VlneStrcet Wharf at PhlladnlihlaBt7 A.M.,
byKallroadfor llamniontmi, oraddress K.J.BVKNEH
bv letter, liarnionton HostOllice, Atlantic county.Now
Jersey. Huo full ad vortisementlu another column.
man wm made to Itlourn.
So snld the liilinltlilo liobort Burns, and to a great
extent there Is no doubt he was right. There is no'
suasnnof the year which persons nru more liable to
contract deseasod than In Ihe Kprlng, the many and-'
dim rlianges of lemperainenl, the damp and slush of
dissolving snow, added to the follios of inanv fashions
send thnusanilTln a premature grave. Oan nothing pre
vent Itr We have but to mention "llr. Llni.av' In.
proved Illiiod Searcher," and the question la answer
ed. Itiind iliBcerlillcalosof its elllcacy. Try bottle
if sntisractinn Is not riven, mcney refunded. Sold by
nil the principal llrnirglsts In the Union.
iu ou aMvniiisuiuuiu iu auiHtier column. 411
T C!SJSIPTIVE.-The advertiser hav
insr bei'll restored to llHn.1.1 In a r.w whaI. Ii. m
simple remeily, allur having tuHered several years
"l.u a so'rro j,ung jijftction, and inaioresd uisinse,
Consuinptiou, isaniinus to make known to his fellow-
siiflnrers the menus or cure. To all who desire
it, he will send a copy of the prescription used ifre cf
charge ) with directions for prcparim and using the
sumo, which they will find a sure llure lor Cewmp
(iea, J.tlima, Brorchitu, ti. The only object of the
advertiser In sending the proscription Is to benefluhe'
aflltclcd, and he hopes every au'lforer will try his renie-
dy, ts il will eosltliuiu nntliing, and may piove a bles-"
sing. Parties wlshtnt; the proscription will please'
address KKV. KIIWAKO A. WILSON,
Feb. 16, I860 3mt3 Willlamsbiirgh, Longlsland.-
DR. IIOOrtAXD'S IIALSA9IIC
Tht great ilandanl mtdicintt ef the praent
age, kavi acquirtd their great popularity only '
through yean of trial. VnliountkJ taliifac
Hon it rendered by them in all octet and tht
people have pronounced them tcorthy.
Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Jaundice,'
Debility of tbo Nervous System,
Diseases of tbo Kidneys,
and all diteatce anting from a ditordend
liner or ueaknett of the tlomach and digettioe
organi, are tpeedily and permanently cured by
tht OEUMAN HITTERS.
The Balaamio Cordial hat acquired a
reputation turpatting that of any timilar pre
paralion extant. It Kill cure, without tail,
the most severe and long-ttandlng
pongh, Cold, or Hoarseness, Bronohltii, In
fluents, group, Pneumonia, recipient
ond" hat performed the most astonishing cure
ever knoun of
A few dotee Kill alto at once check and'
cure the mott eevere Diarrhoea proceeding
from Cold IX tue Bowels.
Theee medicinee are prepared by Dr. C. W.
Jackson & Co., Ko. 418 Arch Street, Phila
delphia, ra., and art told by druggitte and
draltrt in medicines everywhere, at 75 cenle
per bottle. The tignature of C. M. Jackson
sti'W be on the outtide wrapper of each bottle.
In the Almanac publithed annually by the
proprietor!, called EvmvnoDi's Almanac,
you trii find tettimony and commendatory
notieet from all parte of the country.. These
Almanac art given away by all our agents.
ftoldbyKAUFFMAN A CO. .Lancaster, Ohio.
August ID, WD lyl
DR. J. C HAIY1ILL,
OFFICE and residence Ihe same at
recently occupied by Dr. H. bcoU,
on Broadwoy.one iquaro South-of lb