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C1TI 0I LAKCA8IEE.
JUNE 21, 1860
- FOR VICE-PRESIDENT,
OT RICULAKD COl'NIV.
of wood cou.vrr.
MEMBER o BO AD PL'JiLlG WORKS
OF TUSCARAWAS t'Jl'KIlT.
FrPtidRgt Elector! for the Mnte at large,
FRED. IIASSAURECK, of 11 .luiltwi.
JOSEPH M. ROOT, of Eriu.
lt District, B. Ejfglctori
Jd William M. Dickson
3d ' Frank MclFhinney
4ili ' Joho Riley Knos
6h D. II. Mnrpliy
7th Nelson Rutin
9th John F. HinMo
lOch H. S. Bumly
1 1th Daniul B. Stewart
14th Willmd Sl.mum
16th Jogcpli Anke ty
IRtli Eilward Bull
17th John A. Davonpnrt
13th Samuel B. Pliilbriok
Up to the very latest l;our ol' (,ur oin
to press, we Iiave received do intulliMnci"
whi'-h jnstitit-e an opinion of any poi-M-lie
kind, m to the final action of the
Convention. The dispatches to the Cin
cinnati Comweroial, anil to tho Enquirer,
closing up li e two first dajs pionecdina,
coiiflii t(!iglil!y, hr to the coiifidcnce of
the friends of Mr. Douglas ia Baltimore,
83 to Mb cliano s of sui'cets. The signs
would idem to le, that Mr. Douglas
friends are not sanguine, and that mighty
efforts are being made by strong forces'
to slaughter him on the tl reshhold. The
committee on delegates, when ll ey do re
port, will present two reports: a maji.riiy
and a minority ; snd the tug commences
before the convention. The Duujlasiics
protend to figure out 180 votig for him.
203 being necessary to a nomination. It
is not thought that a vote will be reached
bifore to-morrow (Fridtr.)
Intense excitement prevails, and so far,
whitkey, pistols and hard names, are ro
ported as the visible elemen's. We shall
undoubtedly be able beforo our nul issue
to lay tho seiiucl before our readeis. For
tna present, we buve to say, that as strange
creations sometimes come out of chaos,
we are compelled to wail for the tepaia
lion of light from darkness, if lijht ihne
Tuesday Ike SSth la Vtm.
The delegates to the (onjreaniona)
Conreiition, to bo held at Logan on Tues
day the 2(Jth iust., and whose names are
found under the notice in another column
of this paper, are lespeclfully desired to
so arrange their butiuuss ss to at if nil
there if poacible, ss it is important (hat a
full meeting ehould be had The Re
publicans of this district can e'ect t lie i i
candidate this fall, if they go to work iu
the right nay.
How shall the coming contest for IVs
idoolof the United States be determined?
Are the ptople prepared to drop every
other conbhWutiori, and proceed to re
duce to prrtdice curiect principles, in no
oordauce with the fuiiduoiuiiliil dnutiii.es
of Republican governinout, or .Lull the
coo tout be carried on by calling into re
quisition Hullislinen, pan. ion, human ig
norsnee and envy, pranliblo cuimiug until
urtful eipcdient, with no other cud in
vievr, than a victory over an opposing
Theso ie grave inquiring, and impori
finely demand the (union, attention of cii
isens who have nu interest iu the peipolu
tttion oftlie Kcriublienn form of govern -Went
of the I'liiied Slates, which Ims at
tracted both the admiration and envy ol
tin civilised woild. The political slru
tjlca through which this country Imput
ed, during tho lat thirty years, lia, it
way be laid, not been conducted upon the
iiiotit rational plans. Victory, or whioli
is preoisely the ssnie tiling, tli division
ol the honors and emoluments of oilac, no
ore can deny, has been the ruling pa ion'
Corrupt and Una demaijuguna h.ivo bad
finnan mostly th-ir own i t
fervor and nmbiiion f ptt men
have almost been b.d to lurgei, tut nu.!W.
ures, and n -l men, claim their muoli
meut. IlenC", the liias-f await tlie no
tion of nvpirauia who are ituling I'ositl.m
at I lie expense iT principles, and to a tie
trading extent aequi.-sco iu the uomiea
lions and measures which ibey projool.
What claim has paity uiu tl. fre exer
cue or ju.ign.ent ot elect,,,.? If parties
have erred, and become corrupt, what
uoes a tuau loss by outtiug loose from
When it said now. that a man is a t.A
..loian, wnai, lei us ask, is the firt and
governing idet inooia'ing ite-lf tvith that
nssurtion Jt rneans aiuphstically, a
trickster, a dema -te, a man who makes
trade of Ins arts4 gain a good position
at me expense ofpnuoiple; ttn,l ifneoessa
rj. by paying upo. the credulity of hi.
... --.vi,u,i wao ueaii id the science!
of expedience, and goes to work to make!
the moat be e&a with the facilities he can
: To he It politician, legitimately means
something entirely different from all this.
Competent and patriotic men who spend
their cuergics to inaugurate and reduce to
practical success, correct piiuciples, and
to establish goverument8 and laws which,
coutemplato only the public good, may.
rightfully be called politiciuls. If parties
now striving for the power, Lave departed
fioru this original purity of intention and
action, the people who hohl (he iovtreigu
power, should exerciie the preiogative of
freemen, and place things back iu their
Thin will coustiluti a legitimate und
latlonal inquiry, during tho Preaideotia'
canvass. II the parly now m potver, and
claiming to be Democratic, have ceased
to be Democrat, the people cau no lou'
iior asuiiit by their mffrages, in keeping
them in power. If upon n candid utid
honest examination of tho pla form of
principles of the Republicau parly.it is
found to be more in accordance with the
ooiifiitution and oiigiual docilities of Re
publicanism, as adopted by the federal
government or the United States, they
will ad lie i e to it, snd restore the adminis
tration to its primitive puriiy.
Tin; persistent efforts of the Democratic
administration, to fusten tho blighting
cuise of slavery upon free territories, lor
tho purpi60 of retaining tho support u'
the pi'u-bhocry S'ales, while at the same
time they pruless u willingness to allow
the pcoplo of the tenitorics to eeitle their
own domestic affairs, his unmasked the
corruptions of the party, aud precipitated
them into a position, from which they
can nut recover.
The adherence of the Republican party
to the constitution and the reserved rights
A '.he Stale, their resistance to the. recog-
uizati'Mi of the rights of property in ulaves
in lre.e tcrritoriis, as claimed by slave
holders, aud their knou hostility to il.e
admission of more slave States into the
Uuiou, ot the same time whiio they re
fuse to interfeie with ulaverv in thotates
whore it alreudy exists. Their determi
nation to protect Ameiican industry, to
reform tho ixtravagaut expenditures of
the novtrtuneot, and to bring to light und
punish frauds in the admiiiititiation of
public officers, ire piiuciples that merit
the consideration of all men, of all foimcr
R fleeting men will forget their former
party predilections, in view of the high
respoiiBibililies which vest upon them, and
beatow their elective fianchiHe to ilia'
system of principles, which, iu their judg
ment, is closest nl ied to a deoiociuiic
form of government. The blindness of
pitriy epiiit cannot longer hold freemen,
who vt'liish to govern ihennelvea. The
gaino or denmgogui s ami t'lcketeie is
about played out. Tliii uuiiuu domauds
lies soil, free labor, und a free govern
ment. In the contest which is about commono-
ing, then, let ihero be no unholy scramb
ling for position, and the spoils of office.
Let the canvass prococd with rational
calmness and moderation. Every man
has much at stake, and no man has any
other in(crel iu lh result, but the best
good of his country. Forciice iu the po
I lieal hifltory ol this nuiii n, then, lb! prin
ciples, r,d not men and parly govern.
. i i
Tho Sltto Convention, tit Columbus, on
the 13 h, was laigoly sltondcd, nud very
eiithubiuHtic. Thi) nomination of Lincoln
& IIamlix was latifiid; and the Chi. ao
I'lalil'orm re-endorsed. In the formalioii
ol the State ticket, Jacob Biinhcrliolf, ns
expected, waa numinutod on the lii'Ht bal-
ol. No man could have been relucted,
who would have given moie satiaf'action
lluii Justice Briukeihuff.
Levi Sargent of Tuscarawas county,
was nominated by acclamation, for Mem.
her of Board of Public Worka. Mr. Nap
gam is an old onaler, and bin neighbors
eudoibu him ii4 a man of honor and inlec-
James Blurry, ol ooa eouniy, wiih
nuiir iialiid (in tlm second ballot, for the
oflioo ofAiloriiay (ieneial. Ho is rejirc-
ion led an a young man of lino ability.
Two Kluctois at large, woio chositi by
the Convention, viz; Fred, llaiomurck,
nf Cincinnati, and Jotrph M. U"ol, uf
Sandiibky. Fourteen Congressional Dis
trict.! appointed their electors fur I'rcai
dent nud ice PruMilont. Seven mo ynt
to be chosen, when the ticket will be full,
as follows, VI District Kleelois, and tw
Set a'oiiul Klectiivs.
Oi llmi. J. M. Hoot, ourpcrsuuul knowl
J(;e U limiied. 1 1 is ihniouhly Ropub-
liean, and slaiidn high where he U knowu.
Vr. II iHaunik, in u gruinn of supciior
lalen's nud ilouiieuee: thnroii)bly Anur-
ii ai ir.eil, snd withall a Itepulilieau. He
is Uie tile lender of a great many thoueand
geruinu U-puldieaiu who will cast their.
vot this fV.l lor I.iiuioln ami Hamlin.
Wl en Mr. llussaurek first idonlilied him
self with Auierimn institutions, be voted
with tie "JJoaorruli,'' but being too
thoroughly iiuhued with the love of a Re
publican form of Government to follow
tlut party in their destructive career, be
A BtxvriFUL ExFKniMKNT. If an acurn
De eunpeiideii, y a piece ef thread, to
within half an inch of some water, ova
lainnd in a hyacinth gl.ssy und permitted
to romnin without beinir disturbed, it will
in fow months, burst, and throw a root
dewn iato the water, and ahoot upward
its tapering stem, with eautiful little
5J2 Vi V 7i
room in n very interesting object,
V" Pitiable. -It
inspires the honest reader with feel,
ings of. commiseration, contempt aud
mirth to look through the assumed Dem
ocratic) papers, and witness the spasmodic
efforts of the parasites of the" pro-Blavcry
administration, to slew out something
that will be detractive of the good name
of Mr. Liscoln. Never, la iho annals of
political warfare, was a party more at
fault. They have ranvossed his career
from his cradle to the present hour, aud
have made the discovery, that he has
once been a member of Congress; that be
voted for tho Wilmot Provioo; that beat
one time rose lo a question ot order in tne
house; aud at another time moved the
previous question; and did many other
things members of Congress some
The Democracy! are also icuch exer
cised in'apprebeusion of the ri3-euactment
of the election sconce of 1840. TLey
proclaim that eeveral war cries have al
ready gone abroad from the Republican
camp, lik the fo'lowing:
IJouest Old Abe, People's CaudiJate
for President; Railn; Flatboats; Wigwams,
dec, aud there is r. iifaon to txpact, that
shortly, they will be pushed to the ne
cessitv of adducing evidence to show,
that Mr. Lincoln Was born of parents who
weie tillers of the soil: that Lincoln him
self actually labor d with his own hands,
oven iu the degrafing occupation of split
ting rails; and that he actually rlmbed
the rough, eti t ps lo fame, by the vul
gar and undemocratic nitans ofself-edu
cation aud individual effort.
The foil into which this hybrid Democ
racy has flle 3, leally, upon the whole)
elicits moro mir'.h and compassion than
blame. They need no reply, and Republi.
can editors can take no notice of their
ranting, at least not iu any soiious way.
Tho life and public virtues of Aiikaiiau
Lincoln are too deeply en&hiineJ In the
hearts und patriotitm of (he masses; and
his whola record is too clean, to need
my efforts from bis fiienda to exult his
worth, or cover up, or paliate bis political
fciiis. For our own part, we shall not
"sloop to conquer," until wo si e something
iu Mr. Lincoln's life that presents an as
sailable point. If a viper ciught in its
owu trap btings itself und dies, so let it
die. We have Lincoln dc Hamlim, aud
the Republican Platform, and the Con
stitution, aud we proclaim our position
invulnerable. Let your arrows fly, they
will fall at your own feet. Hiss out your
forked tongued venom, crawl in your own
slime, you have woiked your own fortune,
you must not complain; you have chosen
your own destiny, O Demwaaj!
All Right. B. F. Smith, a standard
bcurer iu tho Democratic ranks all his
li'e, bus, ainco tho Chicago Convention
cut lo'iso from (he corruptions of his pur
ty, and I as wiitleii u letter, in which, of
ter ehowicg that tho Democracy have de
parted tfTectually from their original faith
ho closes in the following language:
'Further, I hove examined with care
ihe Chicago Platform, and so far as the
question of Slavery is concerned, it ap
proximates to tho position taken by tho
Democraiio party iu Ohio, buta few years
since, and to which 1 can lake but few il
any cxeegtious. The buluuce of ihui plat
form can he exceptiona le only to him who
it dttermined nut tu be phased with il.
Further, all or nearly all of the old po
litical issues have become obsolete aud
the issuu r.ow is, whether Slaveiy shall
curse our free ten iticica bv virtue of iu-
I ; 'I .... . 1 1 , . i ... J
uiciai or any oincriegisiaiioii; that is sla
ting the iasue in its mildest form. Iruiu
anything 1 can gather from the proceed
ings ol the Democratic Convention held
at Charlsatoii and the Chicago Platform.
Ami bfiiilly, Mr. Kditor, it has. und ev
er shall be my intention to cant my hum
ble influence in (hat code whom mv eon-
vic.ti.mn of what in right shall dictate; if 1
err, il hlin.ll be for want of inlormalion or
coneei peicep iona. Truly youis,
B. F Smith.
JSfci.LEvuit, O. May 1!9, 'GO.
The South Expect "Old Abo' to bo the.
A privalo letter from a young guntlu
man residing iu tho Orcciivillo ilialiicl,
South Carolina, saya:
"In icgard lo tho Chicago nomination,
she majority of tho people here cmiHider
illhn etlolirst ticket that could have
been brought forward; and many of them
fully cxpiict to duo 'Old Abe' Iho occiiptni
of the White House. In addition lo this
some of them say that they prtfur him lo
Douglas by all odds.
There is a protiy btronu narlv of the
regular firo-eateis here, who go in for
disunion strong, but I do not think thoy
havj a luajnrily iu the dihtrinl, although
iney ran make me most noise.
Tlii" Shorter ('HtcrhlMn.
"Who is Liucolu? " Oswugo Pnllad
"The ablest lawyear in Illinois and
the smnitoil stump Hpetiker in the Union,
an earnest ani honest man, who believes
what ho professes, and who will carry
out what he undertakes. Senator Doug
las. The I.milnville It men.
We learn by telegraph tl ut at the trot
ling iai e ycelerdav.on Woodlown courae,
near Luuievilhi. Win Wood.s mare won.
Time, 2 .'hS$.37,J, and 2.37. Jim
Roukev's bores came in second, and
Andy Daiiiol's hl' waa dintanced. Af
ter the race. Mr Woods sold his mare for
1 1,700. Cincinnati Comiiwoyw.
tW Dili you ever know a merchant
about to fail, who according to his own
story, was uot doing a smashing bust
t'0" A friend of ours has a dipper with
which a philanthropist lately bailed out
an unfoi Innate debtor,
XJFame ia like an eel rather hard to
caiob, end a good deal harder to hold.
What kind of a pencil did Diitatnia
use when she ruled the wavc.
. . fOT th Cuttle and Daiuocut.
Ohio White Sulphur Spriuga.
Jp.nb 12th. 1860.
Imagine a Rip Van Winkle sloep of
seven years, and on waking you behold
cloudless sky the first btauia of the Qod
of day breaking upon snd illuminating all
surrounding objects with a thousand hues
of reflected light the forests vocal with
the varied notes of feathored songsters
the air ledolent with f'ragrauce from the
lose, the honey suckle and the whits olo
ver: then look upon a gontlo sloping lawn,
Btudded with evergreens and other shrubs
Iraverso one of the hundred winding
roads through this lawn down to ucar its
level aud you see before you a beauteous
Pagoda, covering a Casiu hewn from solid
s'.onc, containiug hundrc's of gallons of
limpid, cry tal water, pure and sparkling.
Thi3 id one of the White Sulphur Spnngs.
Near the summit of the giounds and dis
tant a few bundled yards from the priuci
oal fountain is the Mansion lhu?e. Its
architecture strikingly beautiful, it3 iutcr
ul sliucture ananged into spacious and
airy rooms on the first floor; the upper
stories laid out in must ronveuieut sleep
ing apartmeuts, well ventilated and clean.
From tho mausion extending south you
hare a continuous succession of Guely
constructed houses; aiiy, dry, light aud
capable tf contaiuing bcvcral huudred in
valids At tho terunnuii of '.Ik-bo dwell
ings you enter a grove of native forest
trees, studded with numerous neat cotta
ges adapaled to small familiis. The en
ire range of buildings will accommodate
six hundred persons most comfortably.
For the invalid this spot offers all the
healing proper lies of sulphur, elmlybeato
and saline springs, together with pure air,
cool shade und quiot. For tbo&e who seek
pleasure, cvory proper appliance is prov
dcd. To our western and south-western
fiienda we would say "come and ecc,"
and wo venture the prediction that many
who have heretofore gone to eastern wrU
ering plaies will tarry here, and thank
the Gods that such a place ns the While
Hulphur Springs exists, where heulth,
pleasure and comfort can be so fully and
cheaply attained. We have never vioited
a place of public iciort where the proprie
for and all connected with the establish
m cut were so polite uud attentive to their
guests. Froai this hasty but truthful
sketch, let me Bay a few words concerning
the Ohio Slate Med ieul Society, which is
now holding its sessiou here. This mom
ing a large number of the profession from
every part of tho State met in their spa
cious and comfortable hall, and organized
by electing Dr. Conklin of Shelby ,'Prea't.,
Drs. McMccns, Ifo:,ncr, Kiukcad and
Hunt, Vice Prcs'ts; Dr. W. VV. Dawson
Seo'y, and Dr. Johu Thompson Trens.
The afternoon was spout iu reading and
discussing reports fiom several atuuding
commit'ecs to-morrow will bo consumed
by reports from othor commillecs. Wo
have a large, pleasant aud profitable meet
ing aud every hour is adding to our num
ber. We hope to add additional knowl-
edgo for araelioraiiug the "ills that flush
is heir to." More of our doings next
Overland Mall News.
SrniNQFiKLD, MiBiiouri, Juno 17. The
cveilunil mail coach v itlt 8a n Frauuinco
advices lo May 38th, arrived here at half-
past seven o clock this evening.
San I'rancisco, May 20 -The Poly hx-
pruH.s with St. Louid datos is duo at Car
bon Valley this inuruing, but ou account
of Indian hostilities on the roiilo for ZOO
miles beyond thai point, it is feared the
Exprem has been cut off. The last Ex-
prns left hero on Friday the 25lh, but we
are nut yot advbed whether it panned the
daugerous part of tho route ou its way
1. urii.g ncurly all of tho past wsek it
has rained inucssaiiily.
Tho accounts from Carson Valley up lo
tho 37th, ropi'CKCnls thatnbout 15,000 In
diau: remain in the vicinity of Pyramid
Lake, and that GOO hunters under I ol
Hays, mid 400 Unilml States troops under
Captain Stewart, had gouo out lo atluuk
them in front and rear.
We are therefore iu hourly expectation
ot another hultlii.
Tkiika, May 15. A letter received from
Little Shasta River, dated tho 25ili, con
firms the rumor of il.o Indian difficulties
on liuillc Croek, and sayt that the Indians
havu coinmouced hostilities in good earn
Praia Ihi Daily Ktming Bulletin, Maf'M.
W. W. Finney, the Agent of the Pony
Exprens, called ut on us this morning and
gave us soma sad news rorpocliug the
peiilmu condition of that enterprise. He
had juat rocaivod a telegraph from Carson
City, w I, Kill stated that the hIuIioii at
Simpson Park was burnodon Monday last,
uud that iho station keopcr and all the
Htiiuiala are inissinz.
The diepatch further iniotnis Mr. Fin
ney that tbo man who came with the last
express from Reese river, was forced, by
fear of Ihe Indians, to lie by for thirty-eix
lioura at Smith ('reck Station, otherwise
the Exnrena would have arrived at Carson
City in less than six days: and though the
Mpreas, leaving hero on tho I Mill, had
been duly started on the perilous journey,
there waa doubt as to who would bo the
succeeding expressman with the Ictieis
which lelt hero yesterday. There were on
Iho road, journeying towards California,
at least COO or 7 00 emigrants with their
wagons and stock, who would foil victims
to the cruelly and rapacity of the savages.
Disappointed. ' j
"If Mr. Kvward ia not nominated, tw
boll in atltumr." V. Y. Courier, (be
fore the nomination.)
" We bow to the nomination bow
with uhevrfulnesa, nud will give it our
hearty support jV. Y. Courier, (after
the nomination ) . c
Tbo Locofo pross is generally copying
the above. Don't they wish the Courier
had bolted, and wouldn't they be tickled
if a split could be made iu the Republi
can ranks? But it can't be did. "
We clip the following from the Nation
al Uuion, published in Winchester Ken
jr Hon. Charles Sumner having re
sumed hi Beat iu the United States Sen
ate, made iccently a lengthy anti-Slavery
speech. His main subject seemed to bo
what he was pleased to call the barbari
ties of slavery. He made some allusions
personal to himsolf, which may be of
interest to hear now, to tlio.se who remem
ber tbo terrible excitement into which tho
public waa thrown a few years since,
when for the cruel u'jd unmerciful re
proaches of Mr. Sumner, an attempt was
made by a South Carolina ruffian lo as
"Undertaking now, after a silence of
more than four yeans, to speak on this im
portant subject. I should suppress the
emotione natural 1 such an occasion, if I
did not declare on the threshold my grat
itude to the Supreme Being through
whose bening caie I am enabled, after
much suffering aud many changes, once
again to resume my duties here, and to
speik fur die causo which is so near my
heart, wncn 1 last entered into this de
ba'.e, it became my duiy to expose the
crime against Kaouas, and to insist upon
tne immediate admission ol that Territo
ry as a Stale into this Union, with a Con
slitution forbidding Slavery.
"lime has passed, but tho question re
mains. Resuming the discussion pre
cidely where I le't it, I am happy to avow
that rate of moderation which it is said
may venture even to fix the boundaries of
wisdom itself. I have no griefs to utter;
only a barbarous egotism could intrude
these into this chamber. 1 have no per
souhI wrongs to avenge; only a l aibar
ou3 nature could atiempt to wield that
vengence which belongs to the Lord.
Tho years that have intervened and tbo
louibs that have opened since I spoke,
have their voices too, which I cannot fail
to hear. Besides, what is any man
among the living or among the dead com
pared with the question before ut? It is
this a'one which I shall discuss, and I
open the argument with the easy victory
wniun is lounu in charity.
Mr. Sumner closed as follows:
"Thus, sir, speaking for freedom in
Kansas, X have spoken for freedom cvu
rywherc, nud for civilization, and as the
,ct'8 is contained in the greater, so are nil
sciences, all refinements, all charities, all
delights of hie embodied in this cause
You may reject, but it will be only for
to-day, Tho sacrcl animosity between
freedom and slavery can end only in the
iriumpn oi ueedom.
"Tho eamo question will soon be carried
before that high tribunal, supreme over
the Senate and the Court, iwhere the
judges will be counted by millions, whre
the judgement rendered will bo the sol
emu clurge of an aroused people, inetruo
ting a new piicst In the name of ficedom
to see that civilization roccivos no dctr
On the 19th inst., by the Rev. D. D
Maihcr, Mr. William J. Camy end Miss
Maiiv Lllkn Carckntkr, daughter of
Dr. P. Caipentci, all of Lancuster Ohio.
With the above announcement came a
liberal supply of cake, for which we uio
authorized to tender the ihanku of ul)
hands generally, and of our "devU" in par
ticular, May the happy couple over be as
kindly remembered as were the printer
boys. We winli them all the joy imagi
nable, and prophecy for them a happy fu
Dikd In this City, on Sabbath morn
ing, Juno 17th, IfitiO, after a protracted
illuesi, Mrs SARAH JULIAN, wife of
Mr. Isaac W. Jul an, aged 33 years, 11
months and 3 days.
The dcecHNi'd was torn iu Fairfield ooun
ty, Ohio, and on July 4th, 1850, was unit
ed in marriago with him who uow deeply
mourns over his ad and afflictive bereave
ment. Her g'untla deportment and amiable
disposition eiidoircd her to all who know
her. For years past she Was deeply im
pre'sod with the necessity of uniting her
self to the Church of God; and upon that
conviction, about A year ago, sh was io
eeived into Iho first rogular UaptisiChurch
of Lancaster by Rev. J. B Sackott, of
which she cominued a devoted nud ex
emplary member until her death. Iu this
di'pen.sution of Divine Providence, we are
again reminded, of tho noccssity of that
preparation which alone can enable us, in
the hour of our mortal extremity, to moet
our last enemy wiih composure, and like
our much lamented friend Mrs. Julian,
with a solid assuranoo nf the sustaining
and comforting grace of Qod, be enabled
io moot him with a smilo and exclaim all
is well. Thus in ptnee has passod awuy
Irom carlli a devoted and alleetiomte wife,
a tender und indulgent mother, a kind and
aimaole neighbor aud friend, and an excui
plary christian, leaving to mourn her car
ly loss, a kind and aflectionato husband,
with lour elnldrcn to when her loss can
not be supplied, one brother aud sister, aud
a numorous circle of friends and acquaint
ancea who with stricken hearts, lament
her early departure, whilst they enjoy the
cheering consolation, that her happy spirit
tins soared above, aud Willi her blessed
Savioujjlum the loved and served on
....I. "r. ..!-..!. I.. ... I r ".
runu, is now enjoying lue cicruai Kii'cuy
oi the uppor sacctuary. V.
In Columbus, on the 16th of May last,
Mrs. Makoaukt Ann, wife of Mr. William
R. Darnell, niied 32 years acd 4 months
Mr. Darnell is a relative of Mr. James
Rice of this city. He waa formerly a
merchant of Qroveport, md was also a
resident ol Lancaster some z years since.
At Lithopoli. Ohio, April -24tb, 18(50,
Mklvillc V. England, aged 19 years
Also, Juno 13th, Paulinb A. England,
aged 15 years, children of Amos England.
j Former room a, on the eorner of Main and Colum
bus Streets, Laucasler,Oh!o. Aiwa) a rocelviuglba
Finest and Host Fashionable
MILLIN EUY GOODS.
She will furnish Goods In ksr line, at Ina oiliccora
inodallng terms Nhe employs the best workuion.-.
Nha would raiptetfalU lavlta the Ladleiofla City
andcouulry, local! sad axanilnahoratock.
ALSO SUMMER FLOWERS,
ofew nd luoerlor ityli, and cheap -
i i . . ....I i i j i uiin uif
ToUOBEKT HXCOL.T, Eaq.,
Inrlv aatlad "'." In Ornltbolory. ha
beloglhs prominent amMem oflba raartu aud no
com of all rolnllre Hun. Ab i Lihooi.ii , and of nil ale
valtou lo Die FruitdeiK-y In 1860.
at a. a. u. Lavaaiaa,
Of all the blrJi, I really think;
Toou art, 0 ipl'Hn(f'ao-'li,"
Tbeiweeteit ol muiiclana:
For Joy, an added joy for rnar
A certain and moiimra relief,
. Tlioiuretlol plijucian:
Tbou art, ia m a rolallva of mine:
A cfin, irjadjrlui from Ihy iiraiui divine,
Ko em'nittf la ray fund iinaitliullou:
nniuiifriiwi piea na aaa ortouud, -1
like to nue my naineiake l ifoe-blitft around,
In proud fulluliuout of his nation!
You " far" It boldly through Ihe azure tklei,
Most iweotly liiijrliiK aa you httrher riie,
Uprisiiifc from aouie fluid of clover,
' With iiniq'rlnir wtugi aud ihtvTrtng frame,
Ai if each featherhad cnuirhtUie liauie,
You soom lo iiu( all overt
You know "old honest A at" ot lineal clan,
lio'aone of uibe'i every inch a wan,
And every half inrb, eouielliing greulor
You flfrure forth hli J'roaidonlialineod,
When up the heavena you mount withipecd,
Without the aid of'-f a inflaterl
Tho Iral A)ticaaorlllionli
Sot luerut) "ciu" ia iio,bul"ir"of Ihe hoyi,
A Wehgter, Juk$on, C'ay in coinblnatiou
And ere the 'uO campHlgo around ihall fly.
The fomll wliijfs old "Abrain'i bosniu"chult try
To roach iboii ouly lure salvation!
Thy moiliod robe like ancieut JosciiU'i dresa,
Urifrht prophetie In iti guess,
lhal '!" like "Jo," will riso to atatlon
Huzialng Iu in ev'ry glurloin line,
For ruatohleii LiNrnLN and for Hamlin too,
The nnlrloliotlc Red, and IVkite and Blue,
The couq'ring colora of aconq'rlnj nation!
Sweet "Boi-e'iii," lliy witching ilralns,
From Lutta't, Tromp't and TnllmvidgeU flow'ry
Are galnlngmore and more nur admiration,
rvr.t , i... wuii ainureu name,
In song and politics proclaim
Our present hope aud future consuuiatiou!
Lahciiteh, Juno ill, 1800.
CasiUH JU. Clay nod Free Speech
The gallant champion of freedom, Cas-
sius M. Clay, won another viotorv for
free speech, at Richmond, Ky., lus week.
Mr. C. had announced in the papers
thai be intended to speak on the politics
of the day, and at one o'clock, P. M., the
large Court House was packed to its ut
most capacity. Mr Clay took up the
Republican platform and read it, making
no allusion to the mob, but going on to
vindicato the principles laid down in
that platform. Finding him prudent
enough to avoid tiny mention of the mob,
one "f the most violent of (hem declared
that Mr. Clay should bs shot ihrovgh the
lieait. Mr. v. said ha claimed the same
equal rights as were allowed other parties
and that he would "stano oh fall tiierb."
The clamor against him continued, but
the great mass cried "go on.
Mr. Clay then said: Gentlemen, I see
what you mo after. If nothing but a
fight will do you, wo are ready for you.
Now try it. Shall I speak citizens, or
not?" ''Yes, yH, go on," wag the re
sponse from the groat majority cf the
crowd. A dozen voices cried out" No,
no." To which Mr. C. replied. "Then
go out, (groat applause,) if you don't
want lo hear!" And they went out.com
pletely foiled in their feeble altompts at
Mr. Clay made a atronsr UDecch. which
told with great effoct upon his largo au
dience. Many "Union" men, declareJ for
Lincoln that day.
rilHE itndonlrned, Administrators of the Estate nf
r nr.ur.Kii;r. v. lihl iz.. deceased, will offer
i puuuc saie, at me late residence or Ihe deceased.
On Monday, June 25th, 18GO,
The following described property, to-wit:
Six Finished Buggies,
1 SECOND HAND CAICKIAGC,
I second band Buggy, 4 do., ui.Hul.ued;
1-J Running Gears of Buggies;
Nine Net of Wheels. Ret of Shift.. I hhw Klulrh.
One Hone, one let of Harness, 1 Bridle aud Saddle,
A Large Lot of Blacksmith Tools
and a groat variety of '
Wagon nhtl Carriage ITIaker'a Tools!
ToretlinrwKa a general stork of all kinds ofinatsrlati
tor carrying on tne Duslueasor JJuggy, Carrlag and
A credit of nine montlia will he given, on all inms
over rive uouarsi Hint sum, and under, cash In band.
Purchasers on credit will bo required to glvo not
with ro d security.
IITTho Darraign and Blacksmith Shops ot the de4
cBuseu, win ue lorroni. on nir tormi.atter the aalo.
OKOKOK J. WVOtlM.
iJncaslor, June 7, 1 f-CO 3w 10
CHANGE OF TIMET
ON sn.lnrior Monday, Junellth IflOO.the schedule
ollliuufnrTrainsou this road. Leuvliic Lancas
ter will be asfollows:
a n. 1, Pussungor at 1 la P. M .arriving afZnnesvllle
at 3 1.1 P. M.,niakii!idlreclrniinertinnafnr Ihe Kail.
rrnigni uuci AcconininiiatlonTraln at A 20, A . M
arriving al .annvllli at 10 15 A.M. Maklnr direct
ciiiiuei'tionirurthe Kast and West via. the Central
I1'1" Kallroad. Pasieugersfor Columbus will take
iram. rne annva i rainsslnp at allilatlons.
rrelghtand Accommodation Train leavlni- Morrow
at a Oil P. M. will on Saturday night run lo Lancaster
ou card llino, and from there reiume ill trip ou Mou-
No. ?, Pnnenger at II 00 A. M., arriving at Clncln
uall 4 41) P. M.
freight and Anpomm jdatlon Train at 7 CO P.M.
departure at 7 13 P. M. arriving at Cincinnati at 8 DO
Freight and accommodation Train leaving Zanes
villoma 1.1 P.M.will onSaturday night run lo Lnncas.
lor aud from Ihore resume its trip on Sunday night.
WM. KKy HOND, Receiver.
H. D. A BOOT, AssistantSuperluteudaiit.
Juno 14, lBuU3tf
rHSItKBV anuoiiiieo lo my nld ciutomers. and the
public gonnrelly, that I have re-opened my OLD
HltlCK YA KU, North or Uncasler, aud will snpply
Brick or tho very best quality, at very fair pricei.
.jitw your diii irienfl a call. IfnVliJ i;UVYUfi?l
Lancaster, May 31, 18U0 Oil
SALE OF 10IS.
fllMKiindoralrnod wlllofferat nrlvetaiala Twr
1 HKAUTlKULIrUILOlNO LOTS, In the elty oi
urfier, annate,, noarine puaitesnuare,and Knows
aathe OKAN U LODUK LOTS. Kor terras, price, ore.
. cQi.rniHu.iiiu ur. m . nroca, new natom; joni
McClelland, Lancnler,or theandorslgned, Lebanon
Onto. H. M. STOKES,
Grand MasterOrand Lodge of Ohio.
Januarys'?, mil 3lf
Tallmadge Block, Main Street,
4 I.WAYS on hand a heavy slock of GOODS, of the
oast nual t el. which he mamira.(iiMr. ia
by experienced workmen, Also, a lante aupbly of
,,Bnu; luuuiig. aprn ic, ltwo air
If AS removed hlaoMo to lbeSha0r Block, two
II doors South of It. B. Hunter's Drug Store,
tfeildonea Scofleld Hulldini'. Northweil lorn.r.r
Jiain anu Lioiuranus oireots. . .
Lancaster, April 5,l!0.-3rul
VIRGIL E. SHAW
ATTORNEY AT LAW, .
OPFICR On Main Street, over Ulirnini. Km.
Stora. - Maye.iess-1
A. BRENNEMAN & CO
Book and Stationary Dealers,
ON Main Street, G-oenei Corner, naatte the Court
House, opposite the bhasfer ilousa. In with L. C.
Uutch. ' Lancaster March 10 1850-4J
There will be a Bal
loon 30 feet in height
sent up from the Pub
lic Square 6n the af
ternoon of the "4th,"
by Wm. Gebelein &
Small Pox in Lancaster We re
gret to have learned that an imptession
lias gone abroad, that Mr. Davis, tonner-.
ly of the Woollen Facte ry, Ms now at
work in it, and that his family are sick
with the Small Pox, Mr. Dayis is in
Wilmington and has not been ra since
the diseaso commenced. Theaffliction of
his family ia something resembling this
disease, and about which our physicians
ara not agreed. At all events it is not
spreading and our establishment is as
healthy as at anytime since its com.
menccmcnt. BICKFORD fe OLDS.
And every description of blankB, all print
ed on tnperior paper, for sale at this of-
Dlaeaae of tlie Slomaclt,
The stomach la thA mn.t li. Ma ... .... i -
Hence how Important that no dia..a.u.i .i... i.l
operation, which would cauie nausea and distress by
our food It also woakam the brain, d.i.trnv. it.L
memory, createi naimand illmn... ,! ..!..:.,,..
tionilnlhehead. Itprodueeigroatditllcully In breath-
... -""ina. nuiiieuioei laiuiing and nts
willensua; alio bad breath, restlessness and great
loss of strength. If not immediately alteided to, the
blood will carry tho disease through the whole sys
tem, and death will end tlie work. FromUlo Joflbeso
Plils a day will keep the digestive org. us in a healthy
condition, an& unclogor oarry away all Impure mat
ter, and thoroughly restore and eluame tbo stomach i
at the same time Ihe Pills will ao purlry the blood , as
lo drive all manner of disease from the system.
WOKMS Jn a quantity ol corrupted manor, Ihero
Is always 10 bp found a nest of worms. They cannot
neither will tbey stay anywhere else. Weak stomach
and bowel! are entiled to them, as they have nol suf
ficient power lo digest Utelr food. Henoe a large heap
f matter II lodged, and worms must be the remit.
a lew uoses or these pills will disturb thorn in their
nest, and drive them out of the system.
It should be remembered, that an occasional dosn
when in boalth, especially after taking cold, will pre
ventthe disease from forming In the body.
Ur. Mono's Indian Koot Pills ire sold by all dealers
iu Medicines. June 7, 186U luill)
and II load Purifier.
"The blood is tho life," says Scripture) so says
Science also. Expel corruption Irom Ihe blood and
no disease can exist In the system. My Btood Pills
and Pander peiform their task etfeclualty. They am
powerlul vegetable detergents, and cure all forms of
disease, whiearlse from impure blood, simply be
cause tbey remove IhecnhinioncauteSnfdiseasefroiil
the lifa-suslainiug fluid. Hence their apparently
miraculous curea of icrofulu, eruptions, tnmois.dys
pepsla.llver complaints, rheumatism, swelling of iho
Joints, and all alfoctlous of the Internal orgads, which
do not proceed from malformations
JJfbec advertisement. . lu 10
Blood Food! Blood I'ood?!
Wo have varied foellnga In reading tho advertise
ment of Ur. BHON.SOS'8 BLOOO FOOO, In another
column bnt we think gratlfleation predominates; for;
though we regrol to see ao celebrated a nun coming
forward, even In appearance, under the same flog us
rnacksr-tbal is, by resortliig to advertising, jot wu
lake satisfaction also In knowing that there Is uow a
reliable preparation be for the people for Inat most
melaneholy and ratal dlsoaso Consumption and other
OK. BRONHON isleclarer Innttf Medical College!;
and his success In bis speciality baa been so wonderful
that he baa oonaented. at variance wiih the prejudices
of every regular practitioner, to make II known, as
be Is doing, for the benefit of suffering humanity.
Hehas. secured for Agents, however, a Arm whose
respectability separates entirely hlii preparation from
all tinge of quackery. Mrs. CHURCH dr. DUPONT
are his sole managers, as they ara also for that mn.t
invaluable of preparations, DH. KATON'S INFAN
TINK CORDIAL. If mothers could kuow Ihe great
care taken In putting up thla article, soma Idea of
which they ean form by comparison of it wltb any other
article of the kind, they would prefer it to anything
that has ever bet i offered them. For onr own psrt;
If we bid a child suffering, we would not hesitate to
administrator this preparation, knowing that such
careful druggists would net engsge In anything that
wamot perfectly safe and edeclual.-IQuebec Osiollo.
ID'S ee advertisement jiulu
JTrThe following Is a sample ofthe numerous let
ter! constantly receiving for Hosteller'! Stomach Bit
tors: CiHiNDiooi, July 1, 1859.
Mossrs. Hosteller A fiirflllt, Pittsburgh, Pennsylva
nia: Gentlemen: As we are strangers, I horewiitf
etu lose you twenty-eight dollars for fourdoen Hos
teller's ritomach Bitters, wfilrh please forward via
Michigan Southern Railroad, Toledo, Ohio, und Clay
ton Station. I have purhssed several dozen bottles
al Toledo this Hummer, but the sale is on iho
Increase so much that I wish lo open a direct trndo
with you. I was Induced to try ynnr Bitters by inv
physician, for the Liver Complslnl, and received incit
material aid that I nave recommended it 16 others und
have sold about twodozen per week for some time.
I have all kinds of medicine In my store, but there If
none tint I can so cheerfully snd truthfully recom
mend as your Hitters. for I know they have helped mo
ivrwiiu iuj vKpecuuivii. v ours respeetiuiiy .
boo advertise tueui tualO
I'HILO W II
Croup, Pyspersia and I.Ivor roraMuiul cdred bl
TRASrl'S M AG.NKTIC OIKTMF.ST.
Indolent Tumorsind sotil cured Iry Trask'a Mag-
Caneera cured Wy Trask'a Magnetic Ointment;
Krysl-elaa oared byTrask'sMognetic Oliilnient.
h'nltKheutn cured by Traak'sMugnetlc Oiuliueiil.
Itebcured by Trask's Magnetic Ointment.
Kruptlonicurod by Trask's Magnetic Ointmenl.
Hair restored by Trask'a Magnetlo Ointment.
Road advertisement In this paper. upr3tu3
DR. UOOFLAXD'S n 1LSAMIC
TAt great ttaniard mtdleiAet f the" prtieni
age, have, acquired thtir great popularity onhj
through year of trial. Unboundttl imi'fac
tion it rendtrtd by them in all ettei; and thi
people have pronounced then vorthy.
llTr Complaint, Djpcpsla, JauntlUc,
Debllltj or the Xenons Sfstcm, .
SiiCMcs of the Kltlnejs, .
and all dueaief ariliny from a tluordercii
liver or weabut tf the itomaeh and digeitivi
argani, are tptediJy and permanently cured bj
the fJEKMAN BITTERS.
The Balmlo Cordial 'hat acquired a
reputation turpatsing that of any timiltir pre
paration extant. It Kill cure, witiiovt faii
(As moet tevert and long-ttandiny
Cough, Cold, or Eoaneneta, BroAohitii, Ia'
fiMua, Croup, Pnaumonia, Inoipient
diiJ hat performed the meet attonuhing curet
ever known of
A ft iottt will alto at once thcth and
eurt tht moet tevert Ciairbcea pnetediny
. from Cold sag thi Bowels.
Thttt mtdicinn art prepared by Dr. C. M.
Jackiox A Co., No. 418 Arch Street, Phila
delphia, ro., and art told ly aruggiitt and
- dtaltn in medicines txerytohert, at 75 tentt
v per hottlt. . ; Tht tignatun of C. M. JacsaoN
till bt n tht outlidt wrapper of each bottle.
In tht Almanac puilithii annually by the
proprietor t, called EvgSTBow'g Alnaxac,
k you wilt find tettimony and commendatory
notices from all fartt of tht country.,' Thttt
Almanacs art given away by all our agmtt.-
SoldbyKAVFFNAIf & CO. .Lancaster, Ohio.
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