Newspaper Page Text
(&cr?cUc & Prmonrqt.
AUG. 9,- 18CO
OT RICHLAND COVXTY.
or wood oocHir.
MEMBER of BO AD PUBLIC WORKS
09 TUSCARAWAS C TNTY,
FOR CONGRESS, 11th DISTRICT.
01 MKI04 COl'NTT. I '
Presldeat Elcctora fortlie Stole nt Large.
FRED. IIASSAURECK, of ll-mikon.
JOSEPH M. ROOT, of liria.
2d William M. Dieksuu
3d Frank McVfhinney
4 th John Kilty Knox
fi'h D. II. Murphy
7th Nelson Rush
Dili Jolin F. Hiulle
lOtli H. S. Biindy
llth Daniel B. Stewart
14th Willaid Sloeum
15ih Joseph Aukeiy
ldh . ' . Edward BhII
1 7th Jo)iu A. Davenport
19th . Samuel B. Philbrick
XOOllI l'A IKONS.
We iiiakc our "best bow'' lo you this
morning nud extend the band of fellow,
ship to all. Uuexpecledly to out friends,
unexpectedly to ouieelves, we aru aguio
upon the liipod. Wo have net howe? er,
assumed ibe responsibilities of public
journalists without due deliberation and
consultation, without weighing well its
duties and importance, the influence for
"weal or for woo" that way Le exerted
by tho picas. W know well and feel
deeply, that to a great extent ilie very
morals of a cumoiunily depend upon the
press. II the press maintains ils true dig
uity if it lends ils energies to the propa
gation of truth if it makes ' itself the
champion Mid vindicator of principle,
then in a corresponding tlegiee will good
result: but, if on the tonlrary, it prosti
lutes that dignity, il' it becomes a conceal-
or and purverter of truth an apologist and
vindicator o( woiig, tbtn must evil of ne
cessity prevail then will truth grow fee
bl snd 1'nlnoljood strong.
We onter upon our editorial duties with
many misgivings; we know the press to
be the great iucsus throu.b . which .the
events of He present are recorded, and
the deeds of the past made lo puss before
til publio mind. Ws are aware of tho
wide difference in tho dispositions and
character of those whom we address, sad
we feel deeply the necessity of placing In
yonr hands such matter as will not only
read well, boing acceptable, tut suoh as
will havo the greatest putsible tendency to
good to tl.e elevation of morals and the
suppression ol vice to the promotion of
truo religion to tLo ilevulopuniont of ui.
ence cul tvery other iuieieat known to
To properly csie lor your varied inter
ests will requite at our bauds much pa
tient industry; but it shall bi devoted
with a zeal sud good will that ought at
least to be crowned with success. In the
contest of thought and (be war of words,
we shall engage with whatever foiee we
ooDiniand, struggling always fur the vic
tory of truth.' Our battle cry shall te
Kiunr as aoainkt whono; and ws
hope above the diu of the conflict it
tuny ever be beard.
In religion we shall be liberal; estab
lishing or permitting no interference with
the most perfect freedom of oousrioncs,
granting to all the right which ws shall
exact for oursulvfs to worship when,
where, and as tboy please, opposing nev
ertheless, anything that may look to
the union rf church and flat.
Our political faith is Well known. It is,
bas been and will be, ktrorgly and truly
Repu lican, Whuliver ability we pos
sess shall be earnofctty devoted to ths sua
oes of Republican principles. We le
l'wvf them to b right and shall promules
them broadly mi J with mat. Its plat
form of principles we ncoepi; its mndidatts,
most heartily endorse, nud aha') luboi f ir
the triumph of both.
We propose to establish no "censorship
of press. n e propose to welcome all in
to fellowship no matter of what political
faith heretofore, who really disiro the
success of Republican principles, who pre
far free labor to slave labor. We shall ap
plv no political ii stg; we know well that
upon lbs disruption of ths Whig puty.
Peruocrs's k Whig, rallied round the seuli
mont otrtt labor, and now standing upon
one common platforin.ihsy struggle as out lo
resist tho aggressions of the slave pow
er the spread aud perpetuation of an in
stitution that strikes down the deartat
right snd psialyzel the best interests of
Wo bavs gone Into this work for good,
and call upon our fiiendt (o aid in the at
tainment of that result.
. Poillus Oaaa'ta and lltinouat.
:' '" A CAUD,
"In that class of men whose career is gui
ded by selfishness and meanness, little of
truth or justice is to be expected; and
therefore no apologngies or explinaliutis
are due to them; but to the worthy mass,
ee who might for a moment conceive a
vmnv imnrRRion on anv sobiect, I have
,..0 J, .. .
a word to say.
I have been mortified at learning, that
an impression bas to some extent been
attempted to be created, that the ssle of
the Gazelle and the Ameriean Democrat,
me, was but a mere te mpnrary arrange
ment, for the purpose of ultimately get
ting Mr. Besty's establishment out ot the
way, and placing the whole thing back in
ibe band? of the Clarke family. Of course
it can only be expected of mo, that I should
make a simple stutemeiit of the facts in
'he case. I will however a-1 any reason
able man, whether be thiulcs it likely, that
I would have relinquished a professional
income of $1500 s year, to lend myself
to 80 bdiaII an operation as thai would have
been. I purchased loth lite estullishiievls
with my own capitol, bemojidehj; and sold
the concern afterwards to the new firm for
iheir casIi and obligations. Robert M
Clarke, of the preseut firm, engaged in
the purol.ase somewhat reluctantly, on ac
count of bis professional duties; bat con
sented to do so, to sssUt Messrs Sutphea
and Kooken, who being printers, were
anxious to can y on tho busiuess lor the
I was overreached in the purchase, both
as to the value of tl.e material, and pat
ronage of the Demo rat office, as well as
the geueral income of the business, and
expense of carrying itou; and I sold out
on terms 6ausUctory to liotu parties, t
have left the establishment in a healthier
condition than I found it, and can assure
the Republican party, that they will have
no i aiisu to regret that the Quail Jc Dim
octal has fallen into new handH. For
myself I repent, thnt I was much pleased
with my new duties, (except the pecunia
ry part of it,) and pledge myself to give
the piper sud the paitv, my hearty co
operation.. The gentlemen who nro the
present proprietors are first-rale follows,
and goon mpuoiicnns: nnu i sincerely
. Fot Uit fiusu and llamaanl. , 1
Tke Heeliag at Pickerinitoa.
The Republicans of Violet held the first
township, meeting of the campaign, on
Saturday the 4th iust., in a beautiful
grove ore half mile north of Pickerington.
1 he Wide Awake Republicans of - that
township, among the most active of whom
were, Messrs. Curtis, Dellinger, and Pick
ering, had made every arrangement nsc-
essary for the comfort aud convenience of
the large numbers in attendance and do
Arvo ilie thanks ol all friends of our
We have not for a loug tiuio attended a
township mooting so lurge aud interest
in';. The Republicans there are up and
doing and will give a good nccount of
themselves at the coming elections.
Th moetintr was called to order and
or;aiiZ-d by appointing Dr. Shrador, of
Liberty L.HUiruin... ine wiauiu moo,
with a few sppropriats rem irks, introduc-
. . .i n... ni n .1...
ell to iiie aunieuce uo. jiub, i uwum-
bus, who spoke for near two hours in his
usual able and courteous manner. ' Gov.
Chanc's speeches aie all dignified, able and
eouiteous. He does not descend toper
sona! abuse, nor to the use of low and
vulgar language, as is so, often the caso
with Deniosrttiio speakers, especially the
unfledged aud presumptuous. . The Gov.
having onoluded his remarks, our candi
date for Congress, Hon. V. B. llorton
vas introduced, but owing to the late
ness of the hour, concluded with a few
liuppy and appropriate remarks.
The Republicans of each township in
the county, as Violet has done, should
(el up meeting8 and koep the tall rolling.
GREEN KI ELD.
Fr lUu GneU and Doiuoorul. -
Kiluviitiou the F.mbiidimeBtor nil Kuowl
It is proper for the friends of this ex
alted caune, as well as all others, to know
what this greatest 'Human Benefactor' is
I accomplishing. It was tho happy privi
lege, of your writer, Willi o number ol
olhers, from this city, to be present and
witness the closing exercised of Miss
Brumlicld'a school, which look plaeo last
Thmsday, in what is known as Cai Initio's
Distiict. The exercines were held in the
giove near the school House.
The exhibition commenced abuut 10
o'clock A. M., consisting, fi rt, of Decla
mations, Dialogues, Songs, aud Eh say a, nil
bf wliieh wero put formed in the mo.stcor-
uut, easy, ami natual manner; so as to re
flect much lionoi and credit ujion both
teacher and pupils manifcstiiiL'evidently
that the tfiacber performed well her whole
' i j i i r..... ii ..i :i
bono that any lurku.tr odg ot Uirmcr dif-1 , ". , ir 1
' 6 (lieu now to lorru let'cia and ni-urou, bow
ueuiucs oevwusi, uie iwo pupitre uiav mm
no soil in which to germinate.
The Centrul Committee 011 (Saturday
last decided to hold the Republican Coun
ty Convention for the purpose of nomina
ting candidates for the following offices,
One Clerk of Court of Common Pleas,
On candidate for Couniy Auditer,
, "' ,, " . .Sheriff, '
" " Commissioner,
" ' ProbatoJudgo,
' " Pros. Atlorney,
." " Recorder,
On Sutiirtliiy, Sept. I. I, lStiO,
Let the masses turn out from every
Township, Come Que, Come All I
HON. JOHN KIIEHKIAN,
Hon. V.B. I10RTON,
HON. C. M. CLAY,
Of Kentucky, have been' invited, nnd with
olhir distinguished speakers art ex
to be present.
0. M- L. WISEMAN. Ch'n
II. bl'OTT. Seo'y.
July 31st, I8GU.
to pronounce sylables and words, ami how
lo recite the mero nuked abstract lesson in
graiiuner aud geography, but also how to
come into and appear in the presence of
frienus snd s'.iangoro; how to use and ap
ply the knowledge thoy acquire: things
that are of vastly more importance than m
supposed. Secondly was thu mysterious
appeaiance of about 00 feet of immt abun-
daully and delieiously loaded table, Iron)
which, as usual, all partook frtcly, rejoic
ing in female skill and industry.
Lastly came the address by 15. A. lust
ier, painting out the high aims nud ob
jects that should inspiro ever youth; thn
great importance ol caretully cultivating
every part of the manifold human chaiao
ter tho vast responsibilities that must
yet test, upon the now youth of our coun
try, it;:., alter whicu the exercises were
closed by somo very iniereating remarks
to the children by Mr. Hasaet.
Did all fcmitlu teachers exercise the ze'tl
and judgment with which Miss Ii. must
have conducted her school, no complaint
could vise against, but much praise for fe
male teachers. ... '. A VISITOK.
Heport from PeuBsylvanta Slate ol tke
Canvass The Keystone Certain lor Lin
We have been furnished with the fol
lowing letter to tboSecietary of the State
Committee of Obio. It is from a gentle
man of high standing in Pennsylvania.one
who has ample meant of knowing Where
ol he writes. We commend it to the at
tention of ourreaders.
Philadelphia. July 31st, i860. .
W. T. Bascom, Esq. Dear SirYour
favor of the 2 1st came duly to band; and
an answer has been delayed in consequence
of my absence front the city. 1 now pro
ceed to aniwer your interrogatories in or
dsr. 1st. Duiiun the whole of the lata ses
sion of Coiiffn.aa. the Democrats of Ibis
State harmonized in the conviction that
without a Tariff bill they could not save
the S.ate. Hence Bigler's dodging around
ths Morill bill with woids of professed
friendship. Foster, the nominee for tov-
emor, went to wasningion evri urn
in person and nppbaled to. Hunter and
others to give a Tan", and openly assured
his Inends there that lie would noi sianu
the ghost of a chance of an election if it
failed. I mention these facts to show lbs
appreciation of the question by the Dem
ocrats themselves. It is . a. most vital
question with us; and notwithstanding all
Dtmociatio candidates lor Congress. o ,
will profess to ba Tariff men, it will cost
that paity thousands of votes. Had the
Demooratg united on a single candidate
for the Presidency, the conviction of all
parties is that the' failure of the Tarifl last
winter would have cost them This State.
ii. The elcmonts of opposition to us
will unite pretty thoroughly 00 Governor;
and but for the fact ihat the party is ut
terly disoianixid and demoralizcd,would
make a despcratu struggle. As if is, tho
single dangor is the over confidence of our
friends; hut we have taken especial pains
to pcrfrct our organisation in every dis
trict, so that our vole shall be polled. I
fool quite safe in nasurin you that we
shall elect our candidate for Govcrnorand
lcgisltture decisively; but I lo so know
ing wo have a vast jabor to perform in
order lo render assijrance doubly sure.
The labor will, however, bepcrforraed,aud
we will save the State at any cost.
Lincoln will carry the Stato immensely.
He will havo a clear majority of the whole
vote polled, and must have not lees than
50,000 plurality We will have two
electoral tickets one, Lireckeu ridge union
--the othor Douglas vtrutyht. Tho brst
Is under the auspices of the regular State
organization, and tliey will gain thou
sands of voles. Iu no possible event can
Lincoln lose the vo'.eof this State.
3. Tho Bell uiovtuiuut will be from
O.OOO'.to 10,000 strong in tho Stato cor-
taiuly not exceeding the figures. The
leaders nto trviii!' lo noil their vote for
Foster for Governor, aud ihcroin is our
only I rouble now. Bat it will be well ta
ken caro of, and not allowed lo do us se
rious injury. IJeil can t uamago titiicoin:
The coarse of tbe Trading Politicians, I
who in New-York and New-Jersey con
trol the organisation of the Bell an Ev
erett party, lias produced in the" masses
of thot party at the South, and especially
in the border Slavs Stato a deep dismay,
which appears to be followed by, a reac
tion that may well - slaruV the- Traders.
Tbe storv is well told in the . following
extracts of a- letter from Cumbcrlend.Md.,
which we nod in Tlte Baltiinore Patriot.
'OurproBpects were brightening from
day to 'day, nd S supposed that the old
Whig party, or those of them who had not
wandered oil into the Democratic fold and
tluse who held fast to their principles of
the American party, would give John
Bell a united and hearty support But
the developemen is ' within a few weeks
have caused a political paralysis, and have
induced many to desert our standard and
to over to the Republicans; so that at
present we are pretty mucti m 'the same
condition of the Democracy, divided and
with but little prospect of again harmoni
zing. , I lie news ol the oasu betrayal en
the part of . Hunt, Brooks and Co., and
their unblushing efforts to sell out 'to
Douglas, fell upon our ears like the thun
der clap from a cloudless sky and this be
ing so rapidly followed by the Trenton
New-Jersey coalition with the Breckin
ridge wing, a party with which we have
ever battled and which is the represonta-
tative of the administration of Mr. liueli
anin, which now confessedly stands be
foie the country convicted of crime and
corruption of th most startling character
together with the culminating cviaence
that msny of the profcased friends of Mr.
Bell in your city and throughout the Stato
are privy to, and approve these dishonor
able and disgraceful proceedings, bas well
nigh sounded the death knell to our hopes
in upper Maryland. As an bumble indi
vidual, I feel V6ry safd in uttering thepre
diction that developments will soon be
made that will cause thousands to take
ttetion, so as to prevent their sale and
transC-r to their life-long political adver-
Bann s. 1 wouiu asic mose
old Whitrs who have nearly totton into
the camp of the Uemocrncy anil ready
to vote for Brerkinridgo to defeat Lincoln
are you fof a Protective Tariff? So is
Lincoln. Are you opposed to the exten
sion of Slavery into Free Territory? So
is Lincoln.'" Are you opposed lo an inter
ference with tl.o rights of fc'ave Prop
erty, or Slavory where it exists? So is
Lincoln. Are you in favor of tho Com
promises of 1BG0? So. is Lincoln. Are
you for the faithful oxcculion of tho Fu-giiiva-Skvo
Law? So is Lincoln. Are
you for n honest arid cconomiol Admin
istration? So is Lincolo Were you op
posed to tho repeal of tho Missouri Com
1 promise? So was Lincoln. Wero you
opposed to the infamous Kansas-Nebraska
bill, which Mr. Fillmore justly, called
tno Pandora's box and which is the source
of all the sgitation which has cursed our
Resignation of Chief Justtbe Shaw. ,
lion. Lemuel Shaw, Chief Justice of
the Supreme Jauiciill Court of Massachu
setts, bas resigned bis office. He has
served with distinguished ability, fur thir
ty years upon that Bench, and contribu
ted more than Sny other man to rcndei
it the pride of the Cumuioa wealth, aud
the envy ot other States.
0jj trial Notice?.
Arrival of tke Pony-Express. '
St. Joskpu, Aug. 6. The Pony Ex
press; with San Francisco dates to July
25th, arrived hero at l2o'clock last night.
Thus far ten Dcmocrrtic uewspapers of
California have come out lor Douglas and
six for Bieckenridi'e. The loading Dem
ocratic politicians decline lo take - sides,
evidently awaiting tbe course of events iu
the Atlantic States."
The telegraph posts are nearly sir up
as far as Los Antrolos on the Butterfield
route, and iu two weeks the line will be
open to a point 480 miles fiom San Fran
The Pony Express, with St. Louis dales
to July 12th, arrived at San Francisco Ju
ly 23d. A fire was raging anion? the
On or about the first of April, 1 QGO, I
gave my promiarry note to W. b. Bcaty,
tor 300. payable April 1st, 1861, which
note la now Upld by him-'j i his is to cau
tion all persons from buying said note, as
its payment will be resisted -by me, on the
ground, that it was without consideration,
and procured or me by fraudulent mis
representations. 11. SCO IT.
August 9lh, 1860.
Xiyou-H J Hon,
Request their , Customers to 'call and
settle their Accounts And Notes by tLo
1st of September, 1 SCO. " 3w 10.
.A Fi c'o right.
jfti ikt oltirt FaireU Cotntj Okie: "
- Unflolirliua ly frluinls.of ray own fred wilt
and accord, 1 presuitt myneir as an "lnriuiuii(1fiit
Candidate" for Uit pftlce of County Auditor thii fall
and hi doing to, come beforo you aiareeman ulioulil,
bbl'mvlng ttiut integrity and capacity aro the only per
quisite! neceaaary ia one aeekini; the ofliee tft -wbicli
1 aipire; and which 1 uioul immeilly tolicitat your
liaiidn. I novo lived amongs! yon for tbe period of
thirty. rnllr Viuira. Iikvq T(tr hntd olllca. nor hcrntd.
cram fields in ban Mato county, sweeping, imatioii. roj the couu.eietditcbarao of iiiorion.
riin fxiinna. tiuililintra. and evrv com. ""'' lr"t eomraltled to Iho core oan Aunitor ofthia
' o ' ; J t
bustible thine in its path, buverai tino
farm lious8 were burned and the damage
cotintvarA.WAll knawn tn many nf fnn. anal lioi,a
wil i be favorably considered, if, by your auirni-ca,
1 liould be called upon to mitnagu tite affaia of laid
oftlre.l flatter inyioif you will uol be .disappointed
In the confidence eesLowrd,
Asit regards canvassiug the county to solicit rotes
I have neither time nor money to engage iu It Requi
ring as ttdoes evory hour not devHeq to necernary
rest, to earn a living for a family dependent uptu
the result of my lab jrs, and above-af 1 have a natu
ral repugnance te bortnglba people and wasting their
lime. '-.So moloitbe:" JOHN Q. Wll,l,OClt.
was considerable. - '
Between twenty nnd thirty tons of sil
ver ore from Wasboe, were on the way to
The recent difficulties between tbe au
thorities of Maiatlan and tbe American
Consul, regarding the seizure of three A
racricau vessels, had been satisfactorily
A lucrative trade bad sprung up between
Japan and the allied French and British
forces in China. All the principal sup
plies of ths allies were being Shipped from ,1 hmnlc, Spasmodic and Morvous Headache. Karechc,
Japan, including 4.000 horses. . Iloss ok'sYVkh. cUM ' "kata' of U"0""'
The Ckiueie rebels had , recently been I if0"' friends win aecept the dnctarntion that for
i I riiL iti'. o , ,110 Be pre na rmion iibtc ocen t noroiig n l" sts
SUCCeSSlul, '.: 1 hey were, reported tO , th.i woold satisfy all. In nlace of sweenina- declsra-
iionsinai mean noining. ana inen procure anu read
the pernnhtetSttobe found with all dealers and neni.
they will be able to Judge of how farther Can be relied
Important Komestie.. Iflherais tn tlielist
of remedies given to the world for acceptance aud ap
proval, any which are entitled lo confldenco by th"lr
nerfeetadheronce to Uie lawa and intention of the
for every species of Lung, Throat and Bronchial diffi
culties, even lhat of '-ACTUAL CONSUMPTION."
and the otlrar.lhe justly celebrated TOI.U ASODVNK,
a most perfect remeilv for 5ouraia-la. Gout, lllieiiina-
j tism, Partial aad Actual Paralysis. St. Vitus Oanco,
be advancing on Shanghai. ' ;
ba is beyond the power ofcombinations in count,.v 8j1C0 it8 introduction by Mr.
ii.:,. C1..1.. ir. ,..lt fr.n. r. fifift tn r r, r. .i, i
in iibi;. ... ...... . iinuir Ahi no wits i.inr.oin. rtitnoufu
Jt" An t xultaht Virginian sent Horace
Greeley a piece of the Lincoln pole cut
down and choppod at Oocoquan, Vs.,' and
said: ' " ,i '
This is tbe way we do fhinc dor n
South. You can eroct as may Lincoln
poles North as you please; but you cannot
come down into our sunny South aud
erect one. ' ' ' .' ' .
To which the white-coated philosoph
er responded: ,
Our correspondent is mistaken. ' We
shall erect a first rote one in tbe White
House at Washington on the 4th of Maroh
next--quito tall, though only a few inches
over six foot and it will stand there at
least lour yenrs, and, not be cut down
even then- Wait and see!
The indications, are that the Democra
cy of California will be about evenly di
vided between tho two factions. ' This
cives a reasonable hope of carry inr
tho Pacifio States and every Free SMc
tot LlKCOLR. '- ' -
on. See advertisement.'
10.000 Democrals, snd many more nl Jo IloUdvocato tho election of
it all. who will turn out at tne
d with juy cvi.ui,gi August 3d, in front
peoted residence ol J. C. Kinkead, Est
For III Oaaelie A Democrat.
"Lincoln HepiiulicHn Club."
Tbe Club met pursuant to cull on Kii-
oul of the
Uieeliiig wuscullod lo order by tho Ptesi.
dent, uud on motion of II. F. Rimluiuud,
a uoinmittfln nf tbree wars appointed to
esoort Ex Oov. Chase and Hon. V. 15.
Horton to the meeting. The Chair np
pointed Messis. Rinduiund, Orman and
Little, said Comiuittee, aud in a few min
utes the committee appeared on the plat-
yet when I compare his record with that
of DouL'iaa and Breckinridge, and when
the alternative shall present itself, I shall
most unqostionably give my influence to,
and vote for, Lincoln iu preference to ei
ther of the Democratic candidates be
cause I believe him to be nn honest and
.-vVa mil th mien ii,,n ,f our timid i faithful disciple of Henry Clay, and the
not vote at all, who will turn out
Sta'e election to vote for local candidates.
Upon the whole, things look well; snd
unless all human calculation are deceptive
you can count on I'euiisylvania, as cor
tnin in both tho October and November
. n f 'r lloolter Biltel-s ,
Even Hio..e who are iu the enjoyment of porfect
health frcfuenttj' irato need to have recourso to toulrs
as preventives of disease. We are never t"o welt
armed against the Assaults nf ''the Ills that flesh Is heir
to." Much an InvlgArator they inny find In HOS'I ET
TKR'S KITTKHS a niediclnd that cannot ho taken
regularly without giving vitality and elasticity tn tho
system. At this season, particularly, the strongest
man ia not a proof against the raaiarlai in certain sec
tions of the country. In all cases of fetor and aiie,
the BITTKKS is more potent than anv Ainnunt of qui
nine, while tbe most dangerous casos of billions fovcr
yield lo Its wonderful properties. Those who have
tried the medicine will never nse another,1 for any of
tho ailments which tho HOSTMTEK KtTTKK pro
fesses to subdue. To those who have not made tho
experiment, we cordially recommend an early appli
cation to the Ulttirs, whenever tboj ure ttrickou by
diseases of the digestive organs.
Hold by Ilruggist and dealers genorally everywhere.
JXT'Huu adveriiaeinenlln anotlier column. I111IJ
Dr. Daton'a Infarttlue coi'dinl.
"It must be obvious to every attentive person that
tho first diseases of infants arise clilefty from tho bow
els, ami 111 tins connection wa Know or a medicaio
wtitch ean be relied upon wttR 'horrecfT-onfldo'irro In
Inlautilu uoniplnints. wlnitever their nnlure mnv he.
We spenknf i)R. KATOX'H INFANTILE COIl'DIAL.
Republican brethren, who fear somewhat
nt the prospect ot a fusion between the el
ements of opposition to thd Republicans,
to the true merit of the following extract
taketi loim a leading editoiial of that ex
cellent paper, the N. Y. Post:
"Nero wished tbe Romans had but 0110
neck so that be might strangle them all at
onco, so wo wish lhat all the Pro-Slavery
faction! might have but one bead, lo he
broken with a single blow of the Republi
In the battles it is always best to have
a decided victory or a decided defeat. If
the people of this country prefer the Pro
Slavery policy under which the Govern
ment has been conducted for tbe last ten
years' or more.' we want thim to have it,
and the best it prcionUliva of their viows
elected President. If, on the other hami
thoy have lost confidence in the slave
dynasty; if they wish the Federal Govern
ment should have a roriiicni exposure
for a while, thou wo dosire,
thiii'-H, that the trial 'ol strength should
be so made that there can be no dispute
others his bitter and uncompromising pol
itical opponents,: who bounded bun lo bis
Depend upon it, the spirit of ibis hon
est son of Maryland is at work in tbe
minds of many other men of the same class.
Kveiy manly instinct revolts at being
made tho subject of a bargain nnd tale,
DIED. On the Ctb inst., Gkoro W.
Groif aged 38 years. Ho loft a widow
and six children to mourn his lo?8, The
funeral ' services were attended by the
Rev. Thomas J. Downey. . '
t 1 J
ltcoutaiusno upiatu of any kind no. paregoric, and
relietoa the sufferings orinfanta 'as It by timgio.
, . jrooincrs' ny all nieiuis iry (ins even nail oilier rciuo
both dies Ivavu failed.' .n 1I10 advertisement In anotlier
col.linn or.wessrs. t'HUKCH 4r 1IUHO.NT. .New Vnrk,
whoaro tho sole proprietors, and also agent or tho
world-renowned"I)K. BKOKSON'S HI.OOU FOOD,"
which Is a preparation for the relief of all complaints
arising from deficiencies of tho blood, from whatever
cauvtts ancn doiicieneiea may prnoeeu. It la without
LAV. HEM. V ItlASSEV
Kuvinjc procured for thuntaelyesa
A re now pro pure. I lo o Keen to on nhortPjl not.eo fttl
AMBROTYPE8, FERRCTTYPES, . St,C,
of all styles and sizes; put up in Cases, or Frames to
still patrmis. Tb iy ffatter themsnlvea, that the known
could teike, as ills liuniedialaly abanrlitHl liy the blood
wliliout having to go through the process otdigestion;
ead atklowd la tn lifo of the human kody,bynfturl.h
Ing and producing It, It soon restores to perfect health
those etc-n who hae been suffering for years.- We
consider Ui snore two Hri"pnmtlona detideiriy thu
best of their kind offered to the public. CttmnUle,
iedec,0. P. See advertisement liuls
nvan thntirrli llio nnrtina wbn naaiime lo V"l"iarltT of Mielr rooms, will secure to them
even mougn tne parties wno assume 10 j,,,-,,,,, ,, 0f , pub lie. They are d
dinposcoryour suffrages aro Ex Uovcroor9j-n
and Ex-Congressmen. . ROOMS-CLINTON HALL.
Talliiiadiro lllock, Main Street.
June IwiO I3tf
Hon. Joliu HlekniHii'a peeeh.
We Invite the attention of all, sod espe
cially our Duiiiilaa friends, to Hon. John
0 It .. . . .1 r, . . .
Hickman's apoeeh. publi.sbcd on the first ,0lra. wl,n, lli0 K'nun.-n t resmeni uay
... v e . i. 'ni ton introduced Oov. Chaso in a few well
page of this )o. of our paper. Ii wil. bo ,. . .,,... r,,.. ,.... n. ,
lemembered thu Mr. Hickman was an lh, ,.Bd Bl,j in , 0r two after the eleolion as to the finding of tho
original auti-Lecompton Democrat, an J , hours gave u brief sketch of llio politic.l . ju,7- ( " cnn live na loni atitl as con-
able efforts, more ' Pities of the country as they now aland, I ""'UJ " ""J ""u vu . 1 Vl
aud the causes of ths formation ol the " .--.-.
great Republican party of the country;
also giving a concise history of the a-r-
cressions of slavery from the earliest for
Mr. Webster on the Extension of Slavery.
The cmbitterod denunciations of Mr.
Web3teu by the Abolitionists of New
England Garuison, Phillipj k Co
hare furnished the pro-slavery men of the
South an opportunity of claiming him. A
fow extracts from tbe record of Mr. Wku
steh will show that lliougli ha had the
above all pleasure of being assailed by Garrison,
that to bis manly and
than any other man, that infamous meas
ure that base attempt to fore upon the
people of Kansas a Constitution, not of
their own framing or liking, owes its do
feat. Mr. Hickman boldly avows himself
for ''Lincoln," and appealing to ths hon
esty and patriotism of the paoplo, calls
upon them to j'lin with biro in rebuking
tho Administration and restoring the gov
ernment to the principles of the fathers.
Dnuilna Piimooritcy of New York In fit-
vni of Negro Equality.
Sasatooa, August 1, 1 000.
Tbe Convention of the Young Democ
racy of tho Stale, re assembled at D o'-
CHANGE J)F TIME.
('Inc. I a ii at 1 tVT llinlnztoUZanesrllle
ON and aftor Monday, June llth IMGO.Iho schedule
of II me for Tralutou tbia road, Lot' ug Lancas
N o.l. Passenger all 15 P. M.arrivlngatZatieftvil'lo
I 3 15 P. M.,inakingdlrei'lcnnnectlonBrnr tho Sast.
freight aud Accommodation I rain at axl), A
Phillips, Parkkr and the rest, bo was
far from being an hdvocute of the exten
sion of slavery. In his iToat speech ol the
7th nf March bf. aniH- arriving at Zaaesvllli at 10 15 A. M. Waking direct
Ol marcu lib Bum. connorii.nisfortho East and West via. the Contral
"Sir, who teVer tlieie is S particular Ohio Uallroad. Pasaougers for tolnrobus will lake
rood to be done: wherever there is a foot -,H!,i.V:..
men may prefer, nnd we do not dosire a of land to le itaid from becoming tlave ter- jatsim p. m. win oi.Naiurday nighi run m Lancaster
....,'..... i . t J 1 r nn i!i nl I tin 11 n ml ffiiin th lint Pnatii msi tl trin it 11 Mini.
Republican Administration until nicy 1 riory, Ium ready to assert the pnijf'j'le dy luuruing.
Passenger at HUO A. M., arriving at Ciueln-
litpecilBC The Persian l evar Chants
' For the prevention and cure of Fpr o'l Jlirut iv4
liiUmuf Fevers. This wonderful remedy was brought
to the knowledge of lire present proprietors by a friend
who has boon a great travulur In Persia and the Holy
While gnicgdnwn the river Kupliraloa.lio experienc
ed a sanrra attack of Fever and Ague. On .tiscmer
lug bis condition, ouo of Hie Hoaluieu took from hia
personal! -vamfsr, saying, "lfr li ami nt Fertr
teill touch yan." Allnough tucrodnlous us to Its vir
tues ; ho comp!lod,and ekperienced iramedlato relief,
and lias since always fouud it aa effectlou from all
malarious com plaints.
On further investigation ho found tliat (lie bnatman
altrihiited to it irruo powers, and said lhat If
could only be obtained from the Priests of the Sen.
fvontefiine afterwards, the gentleman In eonvcr'sins
with a Priest obtained from htm the secret of Its re
paration, snd ascertained liero the medicinal herbs
were touiio, or wincu it was compounded. 1 he woii
derful virtues or this article have Im.uued a full bo
ner in we Minna or tne unlives I u the tuiracuroul heal
lug powers of their Prieits;
Mnco bis return to America, II bas boon tried Willi
the hapDiost effect by several Ladles and Oeutliilneu
nf hign charm-tor, who have given it iho most nniuall-
na pvle. nils remedy Iravtug neon a spaclllc in
Perna for humtrods of yenrs, for the prevention and
euro of Fever and Age and Illlioul Fevers la now
offered to the American people.
It will be sent by mall, prepaid, with full direction!
for uso, on receipt of one dollar.
Principal Depot and Mnsuliictorr, IPS Main Street,
Itichmond, Virginia. Hrancb Ofhoe, Bank of Com
uietwo lluildiiig,. New York. Address
Jun3tt,1tf10 lyl3 . JOHN WtLCO Sj CO.
and Hlaod I'nrifier.
'The blood Is tbo Itfe," snys Scripture; so snyj
Science ulso. Expel corruption Irom the blond antl
no disease can exist In the system. My lltood Pills
mot Partllor notform their task effectually. They aro
M. ' powerful vegetable detergents, and cure all forma of
Disease, srnicariao rrem impure moon, simpiy no
cnusu Ibey remove the common muses nf disease from
tbe life -sustaining fluid. Honed tbefr apparently
ml vacurmit cures of scrofula, eruptions, tnntors.dys-
tloru of his ooncluaiona. Tbe entire speech,
lor learning, decency, and manliness,
affords a most striking contrast to the
bliickyuardisui of the Locofoco, "(ra
cer y oratort" of Lancaster.
After the Gov. had concluded, tho Hon.
V. B. Horton, our candidate for Congress,
was called out und was ryceivo I with un
bounded enthusiasm, but owing to the
lateness ol tbe hour bis remarks weie nec
essarily limited. Ho gave notice, bow
ever, of hia intention of addretsintr, the
1 during Ibe
Therefore, we say, let our adversaries fuse 0y,14 exclusion of slavery. Iam pledged I
year 11137 ; I have been
ajfuiri and suin; and 1 will
i:iviina vi siimiui r nous i.io usi iivok iui - t 1 ' P ----- (
uiaiion (four government down to the by 'n 'f hoy canjlet themboat us if i,, it frora t19 ya
proient time, enchaining the largo audi-1 ' ,ca"; H"J bl'K "ur JlePuul,l'an pledged to it ajjai
enee by bis rUar reasouinK and the wis- j '"-'"I" , not l" llft ,,n?" to .'""; perform those pie
clock, ibis niorninc. when resolutions
were adopted declaring en.pl.aiticully in 1 iieojilo of tlii 0 tjr ut length
tor of i'opular Sovereignty , nnd indois- campaign
ing Douglas and Jehnson.
J Duggo'.l Hunt ofTeied an additional
resoluiion, denouncing ibe Personal Lib
erty bill, 'd lbs extension ol suflrago to
negroei, which, after nppoiition, waswith
dtswn. What! Is it possible the Douglas De
mocracy ol Pew lork are in lavor ol
neoru tnffraye. What ssy our Democratic
thoso who agree lo treat Slavery as ths
paramount material interest ot tna coun
try, to be encouraged and fbsttred nt ev-
iy sacrifice, from acting and Voting to
gether, and making their entire strength
In tho present confused condition of
tho campaign tho Republicans have icarcc
ly enough to do lo kucp them warm, even
iu the dogdays. They are drawn up in
battle array, are well supplied with am
munition, have an intenso eagerness to
i-nyaL's tbo enomv. but they see that en-
III his MarshGuld speech, iu 1643, Mr.
"If, uiy fnends.tho term 'free soil' par
ty, or 'free soil man' is meant to desig
nate one who lias been fixed, unalterable,
to-day yesterday, und for some days past,
in opposition to slavery extension, then I
may claim to be, and may hold niysoif as j
t?ood a 'free soil' man as sny uierabor of, Y,
tho Buffalo Convention."
Ina speech in the U. S. Senate in 1348
Mr. Wedster said.
"Tbe real meaning, then, of Soutliorn
hull 4 411 P.M.
Freight and .lAcoinm.ulatlori Train at T 00 P. M.
depnrurvat 7 li P. M. arriving at Cincinnati alb1 Oil
Freight and Aecnmtnndation Train leaving Kanos
vllleatS Ii P.M.wlllonSaturday uighl run to Lauras
lursuil (rum there rusume its trip on Hiimlay night.
WM.KEV HONli, Keeutver.
R. D. AllllOT, AsslstantSuperlntendaut.
June 14, IHi,u-3ir
frientU to tbib? Will you act with meJKCV.ra 1ttn liantlatl blows, as follow.
On iiiiiimn llin Plub adinnriii'il In meAf.
astiiii on Friday evening, August 1 7i.li. j,no,n
EuTincnt speakers will be in attendance to' "". "u w"" 7ff
a,l,lr,.Ka to nooi.U of which due notice will ! lrHcU,J 'J the r,VRl commands of four d f-
my in lite most extraordinary stato of g0ntlomen, in making this compltint, is,
disorder and dumoralixation, Souio of; mt thov cannot cro into the territories of
vkslkiiiff behind bushes and tia Tj0t)Jj states, carry iiig with tliem
be given. O. W. EDO Alt, Seo'y.
sjyiatoi Green of Missouri, wbo wasex
ultjtutly claimed as n Douglas man but a
lewVceks ago in a recent speech at St.
Joseph, dealt tbe Little Giant some pictty
A? Henry A.
Wise, of Virginia, is for
who encouriiga negro wiingf
" " " ' a
The accinaion of Ex Governor
Kbuukn Woun of Cuyahoga couniy to the
Brkukinhidui tanks, is only one of many
i- . r .i .i . . .
inoiuatiuus oi iua couiae mat. is to be ta
ken by a grsat portion of tbe more sub
lantial leaders of ths Ohio Dumocraoy in
tbe present campaign. Northing Is more
certain than that Brxcsikridoi is gain,
ing on Douglas in this iUte. ,'. .' ...
atarDooglas has' turned "his ; Visits
north into a mero leefioneerinn lour. For
shame that a candidate for the highest of
fice within the gift of the people should lo
far lorgettruo dignity-as to eUcVouter
Hu supported John C, Breekiiuitlge, be
cause be bad never travolcd up and down
the rivt,r on the decks of a steamboat, ad
vocating his own election to tho Presiden
cy; he bad never descended into beer sa
loons,' And drank lager in oidor to gain
popularity with the vulg.ir rabble; be had
never sent hired letter writers all over ths
county to pull himself into notoriety, and
cry down everybody else; ho linti ncvor
prostituted the telegraph to sound bis own
prniios and misrepresent evei y othor prom
inent wan in tl.o party; and finally,
he. support id lim' beoaueo he was
the only man who had any chance of de
feating Lincoln. No Southern State
would, under any circumstances, csst fher
Electoral vole for Douglas, and he didn't
Deiiove iio could got a single JNorthgru
State,'.' '- '. '-.-; ...
ferent trencral?: onabf them tells them to
march to tho right, another to marcl to
ths loft, a third to stand still, and a
fourth to run round. How are tho poor
fellows to do anything in such a modley;
and above all, bow can the Lincoln bow
men be expect to display their Ono shoo'.
Inp; on such a mob of mero stragglers?
their own peculiar local law, a law which
creates property in persons. It
will not bs contended that this tort of
personal slavery exists by general law.
It exists only ly loco law. And
wherever that local law does not ex end,
property in persons does not exist. Well
sir, wliai'is now ths demand on thi part
of our Southern friendB? They say, 'Wo
will carry our local laws with us wbbre-
What we want to call forth our energies is . wfl ,,, v0 that Conercss does
an organiser, trained snd well appointed j us ijUBtioe unless it establishes in the
foo not a flock of sheep. What the in-. territories into which we wish to go, our
teroatsofthe country demands, too is a' 0wn local law.' . Th it demand, I for one
decisive battle for the determination of ..j ...j.,."--
principles, nnd not asnuabbleabout phra
ses snd persons. Tho issue which bas
arisen between our Northern and South
ern sooial system as to the futuro posses
sion and peopling of the Terriiorusisone
that has to bo fought out, sooner or later;
it may be postponed, but it cannot bo eva
ded. We say, let it bs fought out now.
Let all tlio Pro-Slavery candidates whose
running only serves to confound tho is
sues, withdraw, with the exception of one,
and let him have a fair and squnro fight
with Lincoln. Victory must then ensue
te oce or tho other, and tbat victory .will
be delloiuva for all lime to come
A Southern paper expresses tho confi
dent belief, that, in the event of Mr. Lin
coln's eleotion, no man will dare to accept
ofCco under, him - is any slaveholdiog
"Wo should, regret exceedingly,'' soys
tbe Louisiana Journal, "to see Lincoln
elected, but sooner than let all the offices
in Louisville remain vacant,we would take
a few of them ourselves if only to show
we were not afraid." . "
Tb aavnnth nf November will find A
great many other persons st tho South, of
precisely ino same way o, ininsingv .
A niter ftdllng Antidote for Sick Head.
0 acha, Dyaprpau, lever ana Ague, g
Liver Coorl"1. CoauvrMsa, 3,
. llrpravua App'iui, viiwr- ,
dcred stomach, Fomar a
Atwlrurtlona. Ac. Ar .
TjD-TT.snN fl PILLS are entvcrsslly ar-
kmwlliltolthebaitBelnttae. Aa a family
medicine tly are rrttoulriyriwmeiott-irnpw
aud harmlaaa, but hlglily saedk-lnal In tnalr com
hlnaUon. One Fill a dose, with mild but cor
lain effects. Tbe robust man and the delicate clifld
nee them alike, with every assurance of entire
saf.tv. With Wilson" Pills. erary Mother h.
the Und become bar own. physic bus, They have
proTsd tbeniinlvea a arcane and stand without a
rival aw the following affuctlonai
IIBAVOACnK, VKTBR ale AGUK,
HRADirns, wKTsm aovk,
DTSFIFSIA, UVSU OOHFUIXT,
LTSrEPBIA, UVXiCOaPLAIKT, '
Ooatlvenoaa, BiUouaneas, Neuralgia,
Coativeneaa, Biliouaneaa, Neuralgia.
Sold by Druggiata ft Dwalers aworywhere.
PBKr ARID BV
B It. FAHNESTOCK & CO.
Importers & Wholesale Druggists
Ho. 60, conior Wood and ith Sti. '
'a " sou UnrwrroM of
Sold by K.t.'SLOCUM, Lancaster; 6adrnan St
K noil , Amanda; E. Kalb, Hushvllle,
Unoaslar, Augiili, 1840 LjUi
pepsin, liver cninplaints, rheumalisin, swelling of tho
Joints, and all afterlloiur nr the internal orgaus, wincu
do nut proceed from malformation. , , ,
r'Soe advertisement. ' lto-lU
-.. . ASD .
DR. UOOFLAXU S BALSAMIC
TlU great sUtndari medicines of the jireicut
aye, have acquired (heir great fopulurity onlif
tlirough years 0 trial. Unbounded eati'fat
tion is rendered ly then in all eases; and the
, ptopU have pronounced them worthy, s. ., , ,
Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Jnuntlkc,
Debility of tho Ncnous System,
Diseases of the Kidneys,
and all diseases arising from a disordered
liver or ueakntss of ths stomach and dilutive
ergaiu, are speedily and permauentUj cured ly
the GERMAN EITTEH3. ,
fit Balaamlo Cordial hat acquired a
reputation turpattmy iltat of ax;i similar pn
faraliaa, extant. It tcUl cure, WimuCT raiL,
ths most severe d lung-slandinif , .
Cosgh, Cold, or RoarMnesi, Bronchitis', In
fluensa, Crenp, Pnaumonia, Inoipieut
and has performed the noil attonithing cures
ever Jbiotni of c
Confirmed Consumption. '
A few doses will alio at onee check and
ears the nest serere Diarrhoea proeeedmj
from Cold is tus Bowki..
' Thus medicines are prepared ty JDr. C. M.
Jacxsos trCo., Ao. 41$ Arch Strret, Phila
delphia, I"a'., and are sold ly drvgyixls ami
dealers in medicine ertryvherr, at 73 crnfi
per hottle. Tlie signature nC. M. Jackson
viU bs on the eutside vrapper of each buttle. .
In the Atmanae publuhcd annually by thi
preiprietori, called EvEETBODi'i Almaxao,
' you will find testimony and commemlatort
notices from all parts of t!ie country. TAeal
' Almanacs ars given away by all our agents.
KoldbyKAUFFM AN & CO. .Lancaster, ObUs
August 16, 1M9IJH