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: AUO. 2, I860
- YOU. PRESIDENT. "
. FOR VICE PRESIDENT,
,CSU?'IlEME JUDGE. ' .1
Jacob Br inker h o ff,
,0r RICULAND COUKTT.
' ATTORNEY GENERAL,
or "wood coontr.
MEMBER or BOAD PUBLIC WORKS
or tuacakawas cjvktv.
FOR CONGRESS, 1 1 tb DISTRICT,
- or 1III03 COUNTT.
Freaitlosl Electors for the Slate at I.iugf
FRED. It ASSAURECK, of Hamilton.
JOSEPH M. ROOT, or. Erie.
' ONGRES810KAL DISTRICTS.
1st District B. Ejrglcstoii 1
2d William M. Dickson
3d ' . Frank McWhinney
4ih " John Riley Knox
6h D. IJ. Murphy
7th " Nelson Rusn
Olh John K. Iiintlo
lOih H. S. Bunrly
1 1th " Daniel R. SUwart
Mth " Willaid Slocum
I6ih " Joseph Alike y
lGth " Edward Bull
17th " John A. Davenport
1 9th " Samuel B. Philbrick
Hlnvrjf In Ihu Terrltnrlea. '
" The normal tondition of mankind is
freedom; and the normal state of the ter
ritorics is that of freedom. Human slave
ry does not now exist, nsner did, and
never will exist on any portion of the
csrjb, except by special legislative enact
ment. This axiom is logically and mor
ally true, as the converse of the 6rst, i:
that the origiiwtl slate of man and of tho
noil, is that of freedom. Upon the furcc
of human laws alone then, can this state
of things be changed... Tbat slavery at it
ezials is morally wrong, aud legally right,
is, abstractly considered, a moral paradox,
- which can be reconciled in no other way
than by the assumption of that piratic'
doctrine, ihat might gives right.
Slavery rumibeless exists by legal en
notnicnt in several of these United States;
which authority however does not extend
beyond the limits ol ih States wheie such
eoactmenti were passed. The right of
properly in slaves, when carried beyond
tho limits of auch Stale, into territory
where, no law upon the subject exists, is
a question which at this lima is agitating
the public mind. The right and duly of
Coiigreis to legislate for for the equal pro
lection of slave properly In the territories,
with all other species of property, perhaps
may be stilted as the point upon which
differences ofopiniou arise. Men ataume
to inlerprot (ho constitution of the United
Stales diveisely on that subject. Those
who will lead the constitution carefully,
will learn, (hat the Urru slavery does no(
occur in that instrument; its irmneis be
ing caruful lo exclude it, though Ihe point
waa raised, and lo the discretion mainly,
ot Th'is. JuflWson, all allusions lo tho sub
ject were left out. The fundamental ba
sis upon wliii h aiiintls our Republican
form of governnieut, being, that all men
are horn equal, entitled lo ''rerinin iW
Unable rights, vmong which are, lift, liber
ty and the pursuit of happiness," w3 with
out doubt (lie ooiiiroliug element in the
fimnaiiOD of our national chart. Slave
pioperlv than, may only be suprintted lo
exist as a State's right, and created by
i-peuia! Stile enactment, which may not
be impaired by national lrgislation, with
out a violation of tho articles of the con
federation, binding Ibo States to the I'n
iun. But it ia claimed by (he friends tf slave
ry, that the territories are the common
property of Ihe United Slates, Slid ihut
thsrefora, all the citizens of all the Slates,
hers an equal right to ottle in them, with
their properly, and olairn equal protection;
an I upon ihia aaauinpiioa arises the ques
tion, s to the title of slave properly as
compared with other chatties. The right
ol'ilm owner to tho undisturbed possesion
of his property in domestic animals, lands,
goods and teunuunts, whether acquired
by purchase or mtnufautuie, or ihe natu
ral iucroase of stock; or if gained in any
legal way, the whole woild concedes, and
alrto that hit rights are not eoinpiomined
by changing resiJerce from one fiiuio to
another. That kind of tillo howovtr
which it master obtains, to the lives and
servicss of bis slaves, being local and
special, is not rporative beyond the juris
diction of the Slate. We ssy it is not.
In what constitutional right can one State
enact laws to oporate io a aister Stale, or
in any way to iufrioge upon their Stat
utes. . "
But, la it (be constitutional duty of
Congress to legislute for the special pro
tection of slave properly in the territories?
As above remarked, thoH who examine
tho constitution will find it silent upon
the subject ol slavery. If tberefore.elave
ry is an institution created by Stale au
thority, and if the Federal Government
has ignored the subject, by her utter si,
lenoeTSf he formation of the Constitution
wliaT twiiUuelioni can bo placed upon
that irstrament, indicating any such a
duly or obligation. Itlnsy be said ra
tionally, ht the government' baa never
recognized lb right Jof properly in por-'
The pioviktana of tha tonsr. utiori with
regards to adniiufng new States into the
Union, ai not well defioed; it. amount
ing to nothing more, than that u Congress
may admit tuw State$." The rights of
the Toting population of aoy territory to
frame a eonsiituiion with a slave code, ia
not questioned; no more than is their right
to. frame one in the proT:aioni of which
slavery is excluded. But to become a
member of the confederacy, U a compact
to which the consent of all the parties is
essential. The propriety of admitting
any slave Stales, is, to sty tic least,
fraught with eminent danger, at this
jCJ"Wo publish on our first page to
day, under tho bead of Popular Sovereign
ty, Douglasism; an article which ia ta
ken from the Net York Tribune, and to
which we invite the special attention of
our readers. We mbsl respectfully urge
tl.d readers of our paper, nnd all into
whose bands ft may fill, to read carefully
and compare the true position of the Doug
las party, with their pretensions of popular
Sovereignity. Indian behind the tree, is,
perhaps. the best simile we can introduce
in the cast before us.'
Men read what is written, that they
may be inlormcd in regnd to matters in
which they recognize their interest, or
profit, in gome way; and it is the duly of
every one, for himself, to read what is
said on both, or all sides u( a question:
but it is the provinco ol his uason and his
judgment, to discriminate botweon truth
and ful&bood; or, what U right and what
is wrong. Newnpapers may be the expo
nents of coriett, or erroneous doctrines;
and are only entitled to coufidenoe, so far
as they respact tho truth, and treat every
question of public interest with candor
and impartiality, and free from party bias.
This it may bo said, is less easy to ac
complish than lo propose, in times of po
litieal strife. '.
We propoie the extracts in the article
above alluded lo, us faithful eopies of the
originals, which any reader can easily
satisfy himself of, by reference to the
documents from which they ate taken.
They exhibit the true position of Dong
lasism; and ate eminently worthy of the
carefu I consideration of ths lionsst Douglas
men. They show the difference be'.wten
profession and practice.
. . .
JtSTWe find in an exchange, the fol
lowing letter from the lion. D. J. Dick
inson, the most distinguished and influen
tial Dcmoorat of New York:
''Bingiiaupton, July 12, 1860.
I see no way for the National
Democracy to do, lint to support Ureok
enridge. The pi rly has fallen into the
hundt of gammers and tricksters. To get
op a fusion ticket would only perpetual
their corrupt influence; and I am lor stand
ing by principle and taking tho oonse
quenoes. Ynurs trti"y,
D. J. DICKINSON.
Pierpokt Poitkb, Enq.
"The party has fallen into the hands of
gamblers and tricksters," So suys the
Hon'l, Statesman of New York. Think
you citizens ol Fairfield he could write a
dilTurent strain were he acquainted with
many of Ihe distinguished leaders ol ihe
Douglas pairy inourmhlsi?
Tin Duadlt SwooN.Tlie first visi
lation in this country, ol that destroying
element, which consists of heated air, as
most of our r aden know, passed through
portionsof Kansas and Missouri, on the
8th of July. We clip the following brief
description of us posiag, from an ex
change. vo beltove it is a question not
settled, wheher the simoon destroys life
by some poisonous quality, or simply by
the heated stale of the atmosphere, ren
daring it itrespirable: .
This hot wind that visited Kansas on
tbo Olh inst., is described as follows;
The wind arose about half-past ten o'
clock a. K., and continued until 2 o'clock
in ths afternoon. At one o'olook the
meicury rose to 119$ deg , and continued
to lor about an hour, and then gradually
began to decrease. Tho eO'oot oan scarce
ly be imagined. The wind blew a brisk
gale, carrying with it a salty, sulphcrous
smoll. Two men In attempting to cross
the Country (rum loin to Humboldt (dis
tance eight miles,) were overtaken and
perished. There were three otheis at
Humboldt, who were caught out with
teams, which perthod the men alouo rut
viviiifr, and are nnw in a fair way to recov
er. Host and calllo iali in their tracks
and sudoeaied. Varinus reasons and con
jectures at to its cause are given, but all
Tom. Ford. tor the special comfort of
those Democratic papers who have taken
o much trouble to get up tho rumor that
Tom. Ford had out loose from the Repub.
lican platfoi to, we tako pleasure in an
nouncing, tl,;lt Mr. Ford will take tho
slump for Lincoln and Hamlin, as soon as
he is sufnVenlly recovered from a slight
indisposition uuder which be it labeling.
We make thit announcement from authority-
XVThe Washington Jirgitter, (Kay-
ello county,) whlob tho 0. S. Journal
put down for Douglas, in its olassifiuation
of political papers in Ohio a week ago,
declines (he honor, nail askt the Journal
to make the correction.
JtnrDon't forget the meeting at Pick
erbgloo, onFaturdadncxt. Republicans
turn out, and tke your neighbors with
Murder or Christians in Stria.
From let tra published in the London
Times, from a correspondent, wa learn the
following deeply interesting news, of the
murder of the Maronite Christians, by the
Druses and Bedouins: the Turks . disposed
to lavor Druses. More than sixty towns
and villages lad been sacked and burned,
and the inhabitants slaughtered. Io sev
eral instances the beseiged had been indu
ced to surrender their arms,' under prom
ise of protection, who immediately upon
being disarmed, rere mercilessly massa
cred. Tha pasha of Damascus bad d-.
dared hie inubiliiy lo guarantee the safety
of that city. The only safe placo ia re
ported lo be Beirut, which is partially un
der the protection of Biltioh vessels. Zah
lah, the stronghold where the Christians
had entrenched themselves, bad been o.
vercome, and (he Druses weie destroying
it by fire. This brings die news up to
JuneSlnt. The whole country of Syria,
from Aleppo to Gaza, including the re
giou of Mount Lebanon, is in state
siege. The turkish authorities remaining
silent spectators. The interference of the
European powers is imperiously demand
ed, to rescue these unfortunate people
from impending destruction.
Lincoln in New York City.
In addition lo the cordial support giv
en to Lincoln and Hamlin in New York,
by the Republicans, the ranks of his sup
porters ure being swelled by thou
sand .who have hereto opposed the Re
publican party. A very lurire body of men
of intelligence,' in the city and Slate of
rcw York liavo, up to this time,' stood a
loof from the Republican movement, and,
ns "Ulu Line Whit's, "conservative
Americans," and "conservative Opposi
tion, "etc., have hitherto opposed the Re
publican parly, nnd indirectly aided the
Democrats. J hey voted lor rillmore in
1 851!, and havo had tiCpitrate tickets at
every (lection since.
On the lull) inst. a meeting of those
"conservatives waa held in the 'city, ar.d
attended by a vast multitude ol people.
Daninl Ulman', the late candidate for Gov
ernor, of these "conservatives," and olli-
ers, addressed the meeting, after which
(lie fol low i lit; resolutions, plcdgtn! the
meeting to support Lincoln and Hamlin,
were almost uiianimouHly adopted.
Wiiehsas, A Presidential election once
more approached, whureof the issue is al
ready mnifest! therefore.
Ileso'ved, That the election of Abraham
Lincoln to the Presidency, how morally
certain, will fitly close an era of prodigal
ity, imbecility and Bectional discord, and
usher in the rule of integrity, economy
and nationality, restoring tho L'olden eye
of the Kepulilio.
Juio'vtd: 1 hat we call upon our oili-
zens, without distinction of pirty, to rally
around the standard of Lincoln and Ham
lin, loud applause, in lull assurance that
their election will insure renewed and
most needed attention to the great indus
trial and commercial Interests ol the coun
try, loo long made the sport of faction and
the play ol reckless ambition.
liesoletd, That we call upon the eleo
tors of our city and State to surround and
snsnin the administrnlion of Abraham
Lincoln with r Congress of able, experi
enced, discreet and incorruptible men who
will cordially and earnestly labor lo re
store the era of liberty, honesty and na
Tho State ol New York was considered
good for 80,000 intijoiity for Lincoln, in
any evmt. This movement, which is
sniil lo be general throughout ths State,
will add at loast 20,000 to that mijoriiy.
Bell aud Everett State CuhventUn.
The undersigned, 'StntoExeentivo Com
mittee of the Constitutional Union party
of Ohio, in oompliancu with the generally
expressed views of the party io all purls ol
Ihe Stile, and in obodieneo to our own ,,,,, 8omelj(DeS come to ihe ground-an
convictions ol duty, hereby announced tliut'. , , ... , . .
a Maaa Convention of the frien.U ol Bell j ,n8Unc9 of wl"uh rccenll7 oeoutni in
and Everett will be held ill the City or
Chilicotiik,o Thursday the 1CM dy of
August next, Tor the purpose of forininf; an
gHU Imped Hint the friends of this move
ment, without reference to p.ist party im-
HOeiatioiia, aa well as (he friends of
distinguisled stutvuinun and patriola to
whom we proposo lo render a cordial sup
port for the next Presidency, will attend
this Convention, even at soma porsonal
sacrifice of convenience, nnd assist in in
augurating National Union Party in Ohio
which hhall he elfeetUAl to check the tide
of sectional Strife and animosity now agi
tating the country and threatening the
anffty of our institutions and ths happi
ness of our people,
GILBERT KKNNEDY, Chairman.
J. F. Ciiarlkswortii, Seo'y.
Let the People Elect.
The Albany Evening Journal has the
following just remarks on the scheme
now hi vogue lo prevent an election of
President by a popular vole;
Few grcutor calamiticR, in theso timos
could happen, than the attnmpt to elect a
1 resident by the House ot l!epreeuta
tives, The delay of nil puhlie business,
as in tho contest lor Speaker last winter
would bo a serious evil. The bribery and
corruption thai would he engendered rould
didgraue the nation. Moreover it ia very
doubtful if the House would not adjourn
without making a choice, in winch caso
that intense Pro Slavery body, the Senate
would elect Josoph Lane. In every light
that such a contingency oan he viewed it
is a fearful calamity. Not that tho ooun
(ry would not survive it, for we indulge
in no suoh silly alarms. Butevery friend
of good morals, public order, and Repub
lican institutions, ought to deprecate a
Congressional contest for President, far
moro than ho would the elooiiou of ihe
most objectionable candidate, now io
nomination, by the people. He ought to
strive to prevent it, beuausi of its democratic-tendencies,
aa wol as because it
would probably inflict a worse than J. B.
upon tho country for our next President.
Browkson on the SutiATTERS. The Ju
ly number f Biownson's Quarterly gives
the editor's opinion of Dovqlas' Icriitoikil
theories. It Hays;
Mi. Douglas ia understood to deny this
power to Congress, and to assort it lor
Ike pooplo of a Territory, under the head
of what ia called "Squatter Sovereignty."
We know nothing more discreditable to a
mau who bad the honor to b a judge even,
in aa inferior court.
Mr,' Dilcher rjl Meigs county wto re
cently left tha Douglas ranks aud lias
cOma over to.; Aba Lincoln and true Re
publicanism' delivered bis farewell ad
dress one day last week, to the Dttnocra
bis county. As a matter ot course
t'""8 g"at mwy ol Uia lormer po
litical friends present to, bear what tie
ould say At tho conclusion of bis
speech, he invited reply from the opposi-
tion j- The Democracy were cut and dried
to extinguish bi'm. Tbey thereupon call,
ed to ihe stand, one Mr. Wallar, who was
to annihilate Mr. Dilcher, and bis Repnb-1
licanism. He briefly reviewed Democrat
ic principles as he had always understood
them, and gloried in being a Democrat.
During these remarks of his the Democra
ry of the house came down frequently
with thundering applause. But every
bitter has its sweet; and every ' joy its
counter part. Mr. Wallar said be must
either give up his foimcr principles, and
remain with tho fragment of h s parly;
or turn in with the Republicans, the latter
of which he had decided to do.
At this point the cLeeiing was tremen
dous, and from a different quarter; and
the Democracy made the best ol their
cause, and were silently oph. Mr. Wal
lar lias always been ouc ol the most active
of Lis party, in Meigs county.
Death or Josefu GALKS.-Josepb Gales,
of tho firm of Gales Si Seaton, editors and
proprietors of the National Intelligencer,
died at his residence at Washington City,
on Saturday evening, July 21, 1660.
Mr. Gales at of EiiglUh parentage.
lie came with his father to America in
early life. The elder Mr. Gales, at one
tune published a Republican paper in
North Carolina, where Joseph received a
fine education, iu aUuivcrs'ly in the town
of Raleigh. His emiuenco a& writer and
editor in kuown throughout the world.
His goodness of heart, end bis high morsl
and social qualities, endeared him to the
hearts of those who best knew him. His
editorials were perliaps read with more
attention and gaoeral inttruction, than any
man that ever wielded lbs pen on the con
tinent. Mr. gales was the leading tdilor
of the Intelligencer .for moro than fifty
yearB. It may be said of him, what can
be said of few in bis sphere of life, that
be was never guilty of an act unworthy of
Ins proud position; He was a prominent
actor on the stage, and conductor of the
Intelligencer, during the warof 1812 ; and
being a gentleman of high intellectual and
social qualities himself, be enjoyed the
confidence and support of the best men of
the nuliou. During bis connection with
the Intelligencer, be acted for sometime as
reporter (orCongnss. The most illustrous
speakers tnat ever graced the halls of the
capital, were reported by him. For some
six years previous to his death, he did not
write for Ihe pnjer, on aooount of his fail
ing health j the labor of composition, or
dictation, being loo much for the tonicity
of his nervous system. Hit age was 75
years. In his death the press has lust
one of its most eminent men.
The National Intelligencer is still pub
lished under the linn of Galas dr. Seaton.
Mr. Seaton, though Un senior editor, is
still in vigorous health.
One f the largest and most brilliant of
those fiery visitors that arc so frequently
Keen darting through our atmosphere, and
Guernsey county, nnni Cambridge, passed
over ths northern portions of tho United
I.Suia a feW days since. Its course was
from north-weat to south-east, and is said
I y those who observed it lo have been
hiost splendid. Itn first nppeniauce was
that of a blue bull, but as it come nearer, i't
appeared as a ball of lite. Tho Light and
sound accompanying it, (it was in the
night,) is said to have culled people from
their houses, even from their beds. It
passed over tho city of New York, and by
some was tnongiit to have ration near
Biondway. Others describe it as pissing
over Brooklyn, and disappearing over the
Atlantic Ocean, in a south east direction.
Its passago was nlmust of lightning speed,
and its difitaiice frjm the earth probably
much greater thun wati supposed. The
following is Pro. Bartlott's theory: mete
ors. "There bodies aro of tho. nature of plan
els, and circulate about Ihe auni in orbits
as unerringly as their larger brethren.
Wnen (hey and the earth come simultane
ously to ihoso points of ihoir orbits which
are nearest together, Ihe aotiou of the
earth often becomes superior to that of the
sun, and tho tmall musses are drawn to
CutHiNo on Lincoln. In a recent con
versation, Cauu Cusiiino is repotted to
Abraham Linooln is a much abler man
than is generally supposed even in his
owo party, la his canvass with Doug,
las, he beat hiu iu law, beat him in ar
gument, and beat him in wit: and tho
published debttcs of that canvass will
sustain this assertion.
We overheard one ol the unterrified
get off the following good one, in expres
sing his private opinion the other day:
"Well, Bob bio tha Demo bic racy
are a hlo powerful nation hie but
1 11 tio d d if 1 lno believe tbey bio
-can elect two-hio Presidsnts in one year
no Dow! iMklinrt Tunes.
Lincoln in Pennsylvania.
The Pittsburgh Oatettt says there are
one hundred and Cony-six peps is in that
State, bow suppor ing tho Kepublioan can
ilfsfatos, wbiuh opposod Fremont and tho
Republican party in 1856 Of all the Fill
more papers, there, sayt tho Gazette, but
two now support Kelt and hverett.
Linooln is sure of an overwhelming ma
jorily in tha old Keystone SlaU. And so
tuote it bo.
From lha Cincinnati Dally TlmM, Jolj so.
,- - The New Vorlt rlon. . -
Nothing baa transpired in the political
history Of the country, within our. rcool
(eotion, that exemplifies more strongly the
eoiruplion of the political leaders-of the
United States and their want of princi
ple, than the proposed New Yor" fusion
between the supporters ot Douglas and
the National Conservative Union party.
Of all ths elements that have stirred the
politiclal sea to exciting strife,' none are
more antagonists than those two - which
it is proposed to combine. One is, en
thusiastically American, ths other bitter
ly Anti-American; one. if we are to be
lieve its professions, sees cause for great
alarm iu the encroachments of political
ecclesiasticism as represented by tho Ro
man Catholic Church the other em
braces the most intolerant and active sup
porters of political ecclesiasticism. One
urges an increase ot the term of proba
tion required to secure citizenship the
other would disperse with the term of
probation and make the foreigner a citi
zen pn application.
And al! through the category of issues
that have been presented aed urged by
the Americans, tl ese two elements are
and have been fiercely opposed lo each
other. It is now proposed Ihat they for
get all the past, lay aside the principle
they have advocated, and unite in one
common cause for what? To secure ths
spoils of office!
Whatever may be the pretense, that is
the real and only motive. A few ambiti
ous politicians propose to trade away and
barter toe votes ot thousands ot freemen
as drovers sell tho herds of cattle con
gregated at tho Bull's Head. . In one
breath, they sweep away all devotion to
principle, and declare . themselves pur
chasable politicians, always open, to the
market. . . ,
We have too much faith In the virtue
of the people, suppose for a moment that
suoh a movement can be successful, even
in New York. The politicians may bar
ter and traJe, buy nnd sell each ether
but they may as well attempt to mix oil
with water, .as to , bring thesa 'wq ele
ments shoulder to shoulder, and engage
'heal in one Leaity. common movement.
Not until the lion and thejamb shall lie
down together, can such a scheme be con
The proposition, it seems to us, will
work harm to the cause of both Bell and
Douglas. Intelligent foreigners, who. aee
proscription in the policy of the Ameri
can party must doubt the honesty of the
Democracy which extends a fraternizing
embraco to the Americans. And those
Americans who are sincere in their devo
tion lo American principles, must revolt
at tho proposition. .Nothing uswe be
fore remarked, presents tho duplicity
of the political leaders of :he country
o glaringly as this schemo of fusion. . It
is a. clear, plain effort, to. sacrifice all poli
tical integrity and principle for the spoils.
ConverstoR or an Editor. '
Wc find the following in ihe North
western papers: "
After maturod deliberation, I liavo ar
rived at the conclusion that I cannot give
my assent to the plaltorm ol either wing
of ihe late Democratic party, nor longer
yiold my support to Stephen A. Douglas
and Horscbel V. Johnson as candidates
for ihe Presidency and Vice Trosidency
of the United states. I therefore an
nounce to the readers of this paper, and
the publio generally, that ihe names of
Joug'as aud Johnson will no longer re
main at the head of our oolumns, and thai
therefore the columns of ihe Reporter
will be dovetail to the dissemination of
the Repi blican principles, nnd the advo
cacy of the eleotion of Abraham Lincoln
and llannital Hamlin, the candidates of
the Republican party for President and
Vico President of the United States.
Propiietor of Weekly Iowa Slate Report
er, Testimony ofa Democrat.
Judge Eekles, a leading democrat in
Indiana, in one of his speeches lately paid
the following just compliment to our can
didate for the Presidency. Ho said:
My friends, Old Abe Lincoln, or honest
Abe Lincoln, whichever you choose to call
him, however you may detest his politi
on! principles, is an honest man.
He is an honest party candidate an a' le
man, with intcgiity of purposO. In se
lecting such a man for their candidate,
the Republicans did not pick outa politi
cian, who, cameleon like, lias chunged
his color to suit every substance with
which he might come in eontact.
On Hie 2Gth ult., by Rov. Wro. Porter,
Mr. Daniki. II. MkrhiTT, of Michigan, and
Miss IIarkilt L. Aiarko, ol this place.
On the 31st nit., by licv. 1). I). Mather
lur. triiORus W, Littlk and Miss N-ANtr
K. Hooker, Dauglitor cf Ricbard Hooker
On tie 31st ult., by Rev. Wm. Sorter.
Mr. Henry II. Walters, and Miss Catu-
aiukkL. (iRoiK, all of this city.
n . .,o,ttU S; Ann . UAv
I "- S1 aaT RV
lii tar talliux Antidote for tick llrad.
0. arha, Vyanrpala, Fever and Ague, A
VJA Urer Complaint, 1'inliri'uoss,
t lHHovisnoi, NeuralaKCulic, f
P. pravM Aptlto, IMsor- .
.1. i . ..i. S"
x M. . r..-.-.,. ...... x
WILSON fl FILLS are unlrcmally a
ku Inland to be the hnk uow In uso. Asa Fnnill)
rmdlclM they are part leularly renwntend'il-ellnplii
aiid harmlusa, but hlitldy medicinal In their com
hlnation. One Fill a duse, with mild but cr
lulu rlfivta. The rotmat tuaa and the delhate child
use thou. allH with erery aaauntnre ot enUrr
.Mt. With Wllaon'a Pilla,etry Mother h.
Ihe land becomes her own physician. Tbey hare
proved themselrea a ar-alric, and stand without a
rlral for the Mluwing slfurtlons:
1IKADACIIK, FKTFB eV AOlTK,
1IKADACIIK, fUVKia V Al'K,
DTSFEFSU, 1IVXR OOMrLAIMT,
DTirUlIA, UVSR OOaWLaUK,
Ooatlvsneaa, Blllouaneaa, Neuralgia,
Coativaneaa, BUIouaneaa, Neuralgia.
Sold bj OrnggiiU Sealers tvorrwhare.
B. Z PAHNE3TOCK ft CO.
Importers & Wholesale Druggists
Ho. 60, earner Wood and ith Bte.
' aeu ranrautou oi
0 B. L. Fahnestock's Vermiluge.
Sold by K. . SLOCUM, Lancaster; Sunderman &
Kuou ff, Amanda; K. Kalb, Huahville,
Laneaster, Auttuiir, lewi
The Homestead Teto,
, .'; It will be well for laboring men, when
making up their minds as lo whom they
Will vote for at the coming olectioo, to
remember that ndimocrafic Senate refused
to agree1 to the Homestead bill adopted by
the lleuse. givied lo every actual settler
lone ouudred and sixty acres of public
lanu, anu -wnen the. House bad accepted
the bill, as the best that could be obtain
ed at present, that James, Buchanan, a
dcmocratie President, vetoed it. Remem-
ber'tbese things, voters, when you go to
me pons, xue nepuuuuau party is not
only the free labor, but the tree land party.
t ree labor, tree land to the actual settler,
protection to American industry and econ
omy in the administration of our national
government, are the cardinal principles
of the Republican party. The very op
posite of the.-e aro t e principles of both
factions of the late democratic party.
Choose ye. - v.
tW It has been suggested that Douglas
poles ought to be seltcted from slippery
elm trees. .
LAW KENE A MASSE V
' Having procured for thomtelresa
Are now prepired lo eireente on the phortatt notice all
wora.irom me kmallkkt mimatukk lo a
or all tylraanit IMI nut up IH Cw, or frames to
im pmiruni. i a j nailer tucmseiru, ualth known
popularity ortueir ruoiua. will aoeure to Uiem the
einiiiuuou pationafraor ore public. They are Solar,
allied not lobeaurpatsed.ellher In picture) or prlcea,
Photographs put up to order, from SlSOlo tS OU.
Tallmadge Block, Main Street. -
Juno 28, le00-13ir '
CHANGE OF TIME.
Clncin nali, WUulasg-ton&'Aaaearl lie
OS and after Mon Jay, June llth I860, the Hhediil
of ti ido for Trains ou thit road. Leavlor Lancas'
tei wiuue lonuwsi
.. KaetW-Rtd Train.
Sv1,r,eneer all ISP. M.arrtvlnati!anevllle
St i IS P. M..inaklngdlrectnnneetloniror tha Kaat.
Kroirlit and Accommodation Train at A mi. A.M.
IrflVinsjat Zaneavllti ulJUIS A. M. Making direct
coiHieeuntiaioriiio aaai ana weal via. the central
Ohio Hallroad. Passeurersfor Columbus will take
tlil I rain. Theaborel ralnaatopatallslatlona.
Frulfrhtaiid Aneonmddatlou Train loatlnr Morrow
at g (HI P. M. will on Saturday nigh! run lo Lancaster
on nra tune, ana iruul tueru resume Itatrip onMou
any morning. -
. Weatwatrdt Traitia. .
tin A, PaanofigerttllUO A. Jl..arrlvlUarat fJinCIn
Freight and Accommodation Train at 7 nn P: M
depariureal ? IS V. .M.arrltriug at bioclmiatl at 8 00
A.m. . -
Preight and Accommodation Train tearing Zanos
villeatS 15 P.M.Will onRalurday iiinht run to I.anoas.
ter and from there roan me Ha trip on Sunday nlsrtit.
wM.KBi BOND, Koceiver.
II. D. ARHOT.AsalatanlSuporiutelidaut.
June H, IHtiO 3tr
Jle Onmntj.ffl for hf pr.miitcu!n
1uij:h wHfi t (itirt y nrw
CittTfsi, l n-, Ilnnmat Wattwita,
llnriicMH. TntM lnua, Chiiioh.
rn-inhiiiiM nnHif ilit- iimny mirtir
liniift in b MiiIiiiihmIi I-; l i (Mull,
iu. nt Will be fuuiiu Van Au.l'Ui;.i'i
iVican and Asiatic Leopard, &c
laxucuuiig) nt lliu (tHiiiiiiimt (if
A Turit'ty ul utoiiiliiiiy I't-nla.
The moiiiU r rcrloTiniiig Kli phunt
WrTiaillNfl OVKB 0.000 (MlUNpf,
M'lutlif fruit fur i set ril, ftnt'll
hf f1l''Ulgt-M'f, (ttltlKir-( ltlliUlll MI
tn lillltitill li-irli,) nil III-' X'ltnnit-
nih'i'P t'VtT kfinwtt inn MMii(t riu,
llC Wilt IMJ tlllfl tll I'J' IllK IlUt JK.f
Tin Hfiiiiticmt n(, niili fdeir iintnl
lilwTiiltty wlit'ii ctiirriuc tor I tin
iHntWint'iit !' wifir iti rttfifi, linvti
cul Ifil mm rrquiHiinii iiie rtnnurrri
ol both Ikniwptiort 10 fimkr iffcir
'Is bf hrflt tfri'xMlitii'il iu Am.'ritm
auU tlicir A raw tfli pfociim
4Jrmn4 1'ong-t mf
rnrfe tnriilinfc t.ifc-rYi"fri'ii In llieir
OynniMshc, T.tjti' timm, or Aciu
UltlU llrt'cillllllCl ; m lulc itm
court or Moraus
will lHiwrIlf('pr(i'rit'rt rtttHr fift.
on ot tlwti iii'ioiiiphttliftl fi?m(e
hiuii, Wh, hih) .St htrfur,
DR.JAS. L. THAYER
whiMm funtl of Oriciiiui AVlt nril
llllllhir HVl-tilN IMi AlWlllrilll'lu I Ultll
Wllllo it kft-px lilt IIIKlirtlt'C III Till
icp Id' (hihihIii ol propn. (jr. nor
rtltlWNH llull lo IIWIllIu lllf I'lMM'k
oi iHr- nrtl iiiNli-fty. iirim(i,Kru
I'lilioil'. mttl rt-tint'il iiftfua-iiitioii coin.
l tOHUthn llllll lll'i IIH'NI IM'itllll
nlmlieU Huimnirtl A lliu or uujr
fllK K Nil LI HI
n nt iM for n tilnlt r in plijicnl
proporumta, WtWi h keen ptjictip
fi'Mt lor tho lihlii'roiiM, h lum nnnia
ljrnirH)nr WrhirumiM lni ip
ntitiiy ; himI Hltilf inrtl)'il ly it
(MtlliMiK'T uml Jtn itinoi liiitxpi"itci
im knuiui lni ntl'luMlc fttitvulRMil
Wllh tnft!r liy l CimtH' Ht'tHNM
utiU uccehh'a aVvvvTiiutuh
Quadrupedal Wondeia ,
nnrtKir ol inoirniii'iH, im:vit mvr
A Priia of Five Dollars
will tat tiviv ro miy man or lioy
' who mil rule llie Mule lasee tlinee
urouud tbu in wiihoal lull inc.
' A Troupe of
Mid ttitfltly .
ninka itwipkte thw
WILL EXHIBIT AT
LANCASTER, on TUESDAY, August 7,
OPHN AT 1 and 7 O'CLOCK P. M.
ATiMtSSton-Hox Seats 50 cenU, Children 2 cU:
lit 1!4 cents: .No half pi ice to Tit.
Uireailer, JuljilH, 1S9U Swl7
WheR the Great fasten Leave.
Nxw York, July 18. -The exhibition
on board the Great Etstetry will close Ju
ly 18th. 6he will tail for. England, via
Halifax; August J 6th. H
The crowd on board to-day was largor
.thau ever before, Deluding the Chicago
.Zouaves. ; ,
- Boy Chokjco to Diath by a Pxdblr.
A little son, about three years old, of J.
E, Rierdan, of Georgetown, Ga., was very
suddenly killed one day last week by
swauowing a email peDwe. jt bad s rock
or pebble in its moutb, and ' while laugh
ing, swallowed it, and was ' choked to
death io a very few minutes.., .
,4 f ABfjre Fight.. f - , ..
re jA flirt cf FtirltU Cory oti:
Uuaolirlteir bv rrlends. of imt own fmm .llf
and nceord, I preaeet myaelr aa an "Inaependont
Candidate" lor the offloe of County Andllorlbla fall
and In doing so, come before you aaaraaman should,
if .icing ma uiwajruy aou capacui are tne only per
quiaitea necessary la oaeseeklnt the oAlee In which
1 aspire; and which I most earnestly solicit al
uauua. i nave uvea amnnffst von ror the . fieri
tniriy-rour years, have aever bald efllce, nor hereto
fore aouftht one at the hands of ths people. My qual-
iiiruiioi.a roi the competent dlaeaarae or Ihe respon
sible trust committed to the nre of Aunltor of ihls
county are well known lo many of, you, anal hope
will ho favorably cOhstddrea, If, by your euBragva,
1 should be called unon to manao-e tha alTalraof uid
office, I flatter myself yon will not be disappointed
In the confidence beatowed.
ash rvierua eanvaaslng tba eouutjr Id slillclt Volci
1 have neither time nor none; to engago In It .requi
ring as It doea every bour nol devoled lo heceaaary
rest, to earh a I It inn for family dependent open
ihe rolult of aiy lab irs, and above mil 1 have a natu
ral retiucnance to borinethe neonle and wastinw their
time. '-So mote it bet" JOll.N G. WILIiUUKi
Iniportait t llcntetlie.: If Ihara ia In the list
or remedies glren to the world for acceptance and ap
proval, any which are entitled to confidence by their
perfect adherence to the laws and inlontlon of ths)
fi.revefy species or Lnnf, Throat anil gtonchiardim
cullies, even Ihat of '.ACTUAL CONSUMPTION,"
aud the other.thejuatly celebrated TOL.U ANODYNE,
a moat perfect raruody for Neuralgia, Gout, Rheuma
tism, Partial and Aolual Paralysis. St. Vitus, llanee,
rbrouie, Spasmodic and Nervous Headache. Earache,
Toothache, and that chief of all cauaet of dlaeaao,
lfourrrlenrii wilt accept the declaration thai fdf
S o.- 8 years these preha ralion have been thorough teati
that would aatlsfy all. In plac of sweeping declara
tlohsthat Mean nothing, and thon procure and rCmt
me pamunieis,io he round with all dealers and agents:
they will be able to Judge of how far Ihey oan be reliej
feven tiioae who are In the enjdrmeht ot perfect
health frequently have need to have recourse to ionics
aa prevenlivea of dlaease. We are aever liio well
armed agaluat the assaults or 'the III) Ihat Besti la heir
lo." Such an Invlgnrator they Htay And in H0STET
I hR'S RlTTKHH a medicine thai cannot be taken
regulurl; without giving vitality and dlaetlcity to ttld
system. At this seasoh, particularly, tho atrongeal
man la not a proor against ihe malaria, in certain aec
tlona of tile country. In all caaee of fever and aguo
the BITTKKS la more potent than any amount of qui
nine, white the most dangerous cues of billioua lover
yield Id IU Vhhderfnl properties, thoae who have
tried thd taedlclho will never had another, for any of
the ailments which the HOStKTTKR HlTTtK pro
feaaeato andue. Totlioad wllo baVe hot made the
iprlment,wecdrdlally recoirimend an early appli
cation la the Rltu re; whenever they are atricken by
meeaaaa or tue digest v orirans:
Sold by. Druggist and dealers ;eiierlly everywhrtrn.
JEjaed advdrtlreuicnt in another columa. lmlS
Dr. :atria Ifatalsttliao Crtlui;
''tl must bo obvious to every attentive person thai
the Urn diseases of infanta ariao chiefly from the bow
els, and In this connection we know of a tnedlclud
which can be relied open wllh perfect conSdenee in
mraiuiie romniamia, wnaiever their nature may be.
We speak of I)H. EATON'S IX PANTILE I'.OKDIAL
Hntufo may be.
relieves the aullerliige of Infanta as if by inagle. '
io paregoric, aud
m "oi i an inennairy una-evon if ail other reme
dies have failed. See the advertisement In another
column Of Messrs. OlIUUCH dr UUPO.XT. Ndw York,
who nre the sole proprietors, and also amenta of the
world-rciiowned"l)U. BKONSON'8 HI.OOll POOD,''
which is a preparation for the relief of all rdfnplaliiM
arising from delclenrics of the blood, from whatever
rauaea inch deliclenoiea may proceed, it ii without
eieeption the moat strengthening Cordial any Invalid
could take, aa It ia Immediately abarlrbed by (He blood
without having to go through the prttreel of digestion:
and aa blond la the life of the human body, by nourish
ing and producing It, it loon realorea to perfect health
those even who have been eojerihg for yeara. Wa'
consider the above two Preparations decidedly tho
heat of Ihoir kind offered to the public. Ckrvnielt:
Quebec, C. F.. See advertisement. . lmlS
Inpectitio.TU6 Peretttn ietar Charnl
Pnrllio prevention and euro of Fmtr ant Ague and
Bifieea f(ir,, Thli WOndorfuI remedy waa brought
toUie knowledge orthepreaentproprietorabyafrieml
who bus been a groat traveler la Persia aud the Holy
Whlto going down the river Kuphralea.he experienc
ed a asorr attack of Fever and Ague. On discover
ing his condition, one of the Hoatmen took from hi
person an Jlmiiltt, 8aylng,,"lf'ai. Hit and nt Ftrtr
vill touck ft." Altnough iucredulhua aa lo lia vir
tuea ho coinplled,and uiperlcnoed Immediate relief,
and linaainco always found it aa affection, from alt
On further Investigation be found that the fcoatinart
attributed lo It tiratrVj powers, and aald that it
could only be obtained ffoTn the Prloaitof the Sua.
Sometime afterwards, the gentleman in conversing5
with a Priest obtained from tsisu the secret of its fro-'
parallsn, and ascertained where the medicinal herbs
were found, of which It was compounded, Thewou
dorfut virtue of thtaartlcto have (huucofl a full be
lief In Ihe mlndairfiMSnaitrealo the miraculous heal
ing powers of their Prions;
Klnoe his retiirti (o Afnorica', It has troen tflcll whit
the hapuieat effect by avvaral Ladiea and Gentlemen
of hlgn cliararler, who have given lithe moat unriuall
Jed praise. This remedy hating been a specific Ifi
Persia for hundreds of yeara, for the prevention and
cure of Kever and Ague and Rllttfua Fevers Is 0
offered to the American people.
U will bo sent by roail.propalcj, fth full diruellon
for une, on receipt of Nno dollar.
Principal Depot and Matufactor'y, 1S Main Rtreefj
Klrlilnond, Virginia. Branch Office, flank or r.
uience nunoing, -lew York.
Juno '-'C, IHeo 1)13
JOHN WILCO-t 4) Cdi
and Blood Purlfitr.
"Tho blood ia tho life," aaya Kcrlptnret so sayt
Science also. -Kipel corruption Irom Ihe blond and
no disease can rtlst In the .valem. My Blood Pllla
and I'antlor pxiifurnt their task effectually. Thoy are
powerlul vegetahle determents, aAd euro all forina of
disease, able arise front Impure blood, limply be
cuuae ihey romove the common cauaea of dtaeaae from
the llfd-aUatalalng luld. Hence their apparently
miraculous cures of scrofula; eruptions, tumore.dye-
pepsla, liver complaints; rheumatism, swelling of the
Joints, and all alfectlona of the Internal orgaua, which
do not proceed ffom malformation.
Pf'headrortlaoinent. Im 10
tlR. UOOFLAND'S BALSAMIC
flu grtat ttimdart mtdieints of ths promt
age, have acquired thtir great popularity only
, through ytart ef trial VnbounJiJ tali'fac
. . tion ii rendered by then in al ctuet; end the
people haft pronounced them Korlfty.
IlTCf COi(iptafn(, Dyspepsia, Jautrdlc
Scbilltj of tbe Nervous Bjstcm,
Diseases or the Kidneys,
and alf diieeues anting from a iitordtred
liver cr weakness of the stomach and digutist
organs, ore speedily and permanently cured by
the GERMAN BITTERS, , 1
The Balaamio Cordial has etcatired at
reputation turpauing that of any similar pre
paration extant. It u ill cure, wituocf tut,
the moet severs and long-standing
Cough, Cold, Or Hoaneneli, ironciUIi, la
flaania, Croup, Pneumonia, Ineiphart '
and Am performed the moit astonishing cures
ever known of
A few doses will alio at ones cheek and .
cure the mott severe Diarrhoea proceeding
from Cold ft ths Bowils.
These medicines are prepared by Dr. C. M.
Jackson & Co., JVo. 418 Arck Street, Phila
, delphia, Pa., and art sold by druagitts anl
dealers in medicines everywhere, at Ii cenU
per bottle. The signature of C. M, Jacksom
will bs on the ouftide wrapper ef each bottle.
In the Almanac published annually by thk
proprietors, called Evibidodx's. Almamao,
you will find testimony and commtndatorf
notices from all parts of ths country. The
Almanacs are given away by all our agents.
SoldbyKAUFFMAN & CO., Lancaster, OhiW
August 1, lSSD lj 10