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OIm miller, EDITOR. WHITX CLOTH), XA5SAS : Thtrriar: : : : : : JiJ - l86 Hen'sTicket Who Own Themselves FOB PRESIDENT, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, OF ILLINOIS. FOR TICK PRESIDENT, HANNIBAL HAMLIN, OF MAINE. Few rreeideetial Electors, R. QILPATBICK, O. B. LINES. T. D. THACHER. What Thty Hat Accomtlkhrd. The Democracy la Congress, daring the put teuton, have certainly done all in their power to merit the execrations of sv- err honest tnan. To their internal dis tention they hare added a long list of enteereble acts, which will assist id aron aiog the people to a trne understanding of the failings and corruptions of the Democratic psrtj, and give them renew ad seal in the work of consigning it to the doom which sorely awaits it. They hsrs refused to pass the tariff bill. which will render their success hopeless Id Pennsylvania, and wherever there are manufacturing and industrial interest suf fering for protection. They have defeated a Homestead, and thereby merited the condemnation of poor laboring men, whom they have re fated homes. They have needlessly deferred measures towards building a Pacific Railroad, and forfeited the good will of every friend of the Great West, and every one interested in Railroad communication with the Pa cine FUte. They have refused to admit Esnsae as Btate, with a Constitntion fairly rati tied by her people, because she preferred Freedom to Slavery, an have thereby lost all claim to the support of freemen ltd haters of tyranny and wrong. They have spent their time in endeav oring to fasten a crime upon and oppo sing political party, and at the tame time need every appliance to smother investi gation into the official corruptions of their owe party, and have that forfeited the respect and confidence of honorable men everywhere. These are bnt few and the greatest of their crimes. We might add largely to the catalogue of their sins of omission and commission ; bat the people are suf ficiently awakened to the truth, and the wheels of revolution are in motion. They will never atop until the present corrupt party it deprived of the control of our Government Political. The Assessors, who are now aronnd assessing, are taking down the politics of every man in the County. There ere a very large number of Bell end Everett men in the County, and they eome, almost to a mtn, from those who have heretofore been voting the Demo cratic ticket. In Iowa Point, where there have been scarcely anything bnt Democrats, the assessor taya he thinks there it a majority for Be1!. The Dem ocrat! are divided between Douglaa and Breckinridge, with the odda in favor of the latter. At Troy and Doniphan, we believe, a majority are for Breckinridge ; while at El wood, most of the Democrats, we presume, are Douglas men. A ma jority of the Democratic party in this County wat composed of Old Line Whigs (the assessor alluded to being one,) who have been voting with the Democra cy, hot are now in favor of Bell. The Demoeratio party in the County it now divided into three parte, while the Re- - tmblicant to a man stick to Lincoln. If we had a vote for President, Doniphtn Connty wonld give Lincoln a majority of 600 to 700 over any other candidate. The Republican! have a small majority over all combined, and in local elections they have to fight the three factions, nni ted. Falsi Retort. We understand that ' the report hat been circulated in tome neighborhoods, that the citixens of this place advertised" a free dinner for the Fourth, and that when the people came. there wee not enough for them, and they were charged one dollar each. It wonld seem hardly necessary to take the trouble to contradict inch a report There wat so dinner advertised at all ; but a free dinner, contributed by the ' citiaena, was gotten op for the Sunday School Sckoi art. 8sveral hundred persons were pres ent who brought no provisions. After the children had eaten, others were per mitted to go up and eat what there wat, bnt as a matter of course there was not enough. Bat no one was required to psy a copper for what he ate, no one did pay anything, and if any one had offered to pay, it would have been refused. 43" The question of the day now it, . will Douglas resign his seat in the Sen ate, to ran for the Presidency ? Or, will he hold on to it until after the election, eo that, if defeated, he will still have an office? Of course he will resign. He cares so little for office, that it haa to be forced upon him the force, it is proper to remark, being exerted by himself, indi-vUually. What Has He DomTWa will give a "pretty tuing. to any ruipu Dooglaa man who will point os to a tin gle act of any consequence performed by Douglas, during the session of Congress just cloned. Take any qcestion of im portance to the people, npon wuich an issne can be made, and upon which a first-class statesman onght to occupy a firm, open, nnequivocal atand, and ahow where Douglas hat spoken or voted for or ntrainst it. lie has kept mum, witn - . . a an eye aingle to the Presidency. - When the Senate Committees were be ing re constructed in such a mtnner, and for such a purpose, that any Senator with spark of manliness, independence or dignity, would have been there, and made himself heard in other words, when the Senate was heaping insult and indignity npon Douglas where was he ? He had the pleurisy ! When the death of Brodenck was an nounced the man who had died fighting Donglas' battles when tribntes were to be paid to his memory,, and when Dong- las, of all living men, should have been there, among the foremost in lionoring the memory of the martyr where was be ? He had the diarrhoea ! When the Homestead bill was to be voted npon, giving to poor laboring men a free home, for the nse and support of himself and his familv where was Dooglu ? He had a tort throat ! When the bill for the admission of Ksnsas wat op, where was Douglas, the champion of Popular Sovereignty, who had divided the Democratic party upon the Kansas question? He wat pmirtd of! So we might go on. Whenever anestionwaa no. on which a Senator might show himself to be a man, or up on which an issne might be made before the people.or when hit enemies were hand ling him and hiailogmai without mercy, Douglas was invariably absent cause. pleurisy, diarahoea, sore throat, or paired No 1 he opened his month on one oc casion that wat when he introduced hit invasion bill, nnder the pretence of pro tecting the Slave States against invasions and insurrections, bnt in reality to gag free speech in the Sonth, and gain the smiles of the Sonthern lords, who had been kicking and cuffing him for more thtn a year. Here Douglas stood np and talked fluently and bombastically, but the effort failed in the effect for which it was intended. We believe he also produced a re huh of his Squatter Sovereignty harrangues and Magazine essays, bnt that likewise fell still-born to the earth. Snch is Donglu called, by way of bnrlesque, a "Statesman," the "Little Giant," and so forth whom intelligent people are coolly and impudently asked to vote for ! j ' A Discovert. Last week, persons employed on the line of telegraph being erected on this side of the river, distribu ted the insulators along the line, placing one near where each pole was to be set Sometime afterwards, a conntryman came along with bis wagon, and discovered one of the curions fixtures, which he gathered np and put in his wagon. Presently befonnd another, and took it al so. He kept on finding, until he had about twenty in his wagon. Arriving in town, he informed one of our merchants of the queer things he had fonnd along the road; he couldn't imagine what they were, but thought some one must have lost them out of his wsgon, as they were scattered all along the road ! He had no nse for them. and would leave them with the merchant. who crobablv conld nse them to some purpose ! The merchant enlightoned him, and the countryman had the pleasure of retrscing his steps, and re distributing the insula tors ! Douglas Doctrisr. The following is the substance of a speech made in the Baltimore Convention, by a Mr. Goolden, a Georgia Delegate, and snpporter of Douglas. We presume, whan Douglas goes down South, he will substantiate the words of his friend Gonlden. Hq msn beings, read : He declared himself an African alave trade man. He believed the African slave trade to have done . more for the human race than any other thing. He called Virginia a alave breeding State, which offended a V irginian, whereupon be declared himself a alave breeder, and gloried in it. He had as many niggers aa any man from Georgia. On hit plan talion were a lot of babies, aa fine as conld be found anywhere. He re com mended non-intervention everywhere. The General Government thonld take its hsnds off, and let them get alavee from Africa. If it was right for him to ret a nigger from Virginia at 9Z.U0u.it was right to go to Africa and get one for 950 Lincoln and Hamlin are now both opposed by eminent literary characters- contributors to the flaah publications of the day. The former ie opposed by Douglas, the author of the celebrated ro mance in Harper's Magazine, entitled "Popular Sovereignty ;" and the latter by Everett who writes for the New York Ledger. Donglss and Everett will no doubt receive the benefit of the powerful influence of the publications to which they contribute. Lincoln and Hamlin conld fairly offset this, by writing for the Tribune Almanac and Vanity Fair. .'. In the list of Vice Presidents of the Dooglu Ratification Meeting in New York, the name of Ddolpbo Wolfe figures conspicuously. TJdolpho knows who bnys bis Schnapps. Gitb it to Hw 1 Below will be found a few extrecta from Southern papers, published jost before or during the sitting of the Baltimore Convention. From the spirit breathed therein, there is not much reason to hope for a reconciliation : Douglas in Tessessee. The Democ rat of Tennessee will not support Mr. Douglas on his Squstter Sovereignty nl.ifnrm. This fsct is becoming more evident every dsy ; there is a very large number of the moat infloential Democrats in thi eonntv who will not support him nt in, circumstances. And if the Tennessee delegation submits to his nom ination at Baltimore, tbey will be repu diated by the people, for the honest mat m were never more united on any tnb- ject than they are in oppoaition to him and hia meunres. Who are Douglaa' nnnnrtm in Tennessee ? The most ot hm were born and educated in tne rr- . . . ... North, and virtually sympathize with that wing of the party. And the few Sonthern born men who are for bim, are trimmere and time-servers, unworthy the confidence of any party. The honest masses, backed and ana tained by the leading minds of the State, are bitterly opposed to uougias irom pa triotic nrinciDles. And thia opposition to him it canonized in the hearts of the people, and cannot be eradicated by the sycophantic whining of spoils-seeking as pirants. As this feeling exists through out the whole Sooth, the Southern Dele gates should impresa it with great force on the min'Ia ot our JXortnem aniet, ana then, if thev are not recklessly determin ed to break up the Democratic party, the great hope of the country, tbey will panse, will hesitate, will retreat from the mad attempt of forcing him and his odiont doctrines npon us in violation of all fraternal feeling and obligations. Lebanon (Tenn.) Democrat. It Donirlas had been nominated at Charleston. Kentucky wonld have cast majority of 20,000 votes against him. If be is nominated at Baltimore, the ma jority against him will not be less than 80.000, and in ill probability will large ly exceed that number. Thousands upon tbonssnds of the oldest, truest, and atannchest Democrats in the State, who do not even regard bim aa the least in choice between great evils, will never, nnder any circumstances, cast their votes for him, regarding him, as they justly do, as a dishonest political trickster, who cannot and ought not to be trusted by honest men. Louitvult Courier. Mark it 1 Before two more years will have passed, a large portion of the re tainers of JJooglaa wbo are now so noisi ly clamoring in his behalf, will be witb Forney, Hickman, and snch like, in fell commnnion wild tne buck iiepuoucsn church. They are but little if any better now than the worst Abolitionists of the North, and they are rapidly arranging themselves on the Uernt bmith-beward-Giddings platform. On it they wonld be capable of doing infinitely less mis chief than they are now perpetrating an der the falso gui6e of Democracy. Lou tivilie Courier. Kestcckt Sejctimest. A gentleman who haa recently returned from a trip through Trigg. Christian, Todd, Logan, Warren, and Barren counties, informs ns thst everywhere the Democracy are hetly opposed to Donglas. snd will vote for the Kichraond nominee if Donglas is noroina ted. He did not see but one msn ho was openly for Donglas, and he was drunk. Most of Donglss' adherents in the Sonth are either dissppointed office-seek er or men who have been removed from office bv the Administration. Mail Rootes. A large number of mail rontet are advertised to be let in Kansas. The following are the onee in which the people in thia corner of the Territory are interested : From Atchison, by Robinson and Pa donia, to Falls City, Nebraska Territory, 45 miles and back, once a week. From Lawrence, by Oskaloosa, Grass hopper Falls, Hamlin, Falls City and Brownsville to Nebraska City, Nebraska Territory, 122 miles and back, once week. From Leavenworth City, by Atchison Sumner, Doniphan, Palermo. El wood White Cloud, Rolo, Nebraska Territory, Nemaha and Brownsville, to Nebrask City, 119 miles and back, three timee week. From Elwood to Capioma, 50 miles and back, once a week. From St Joseph, Missouri, by El wood, Wathena and Highland, in Doni phan county, Kansas. Mt Roy, Padonia and Flymoutb, in iirown connty, and Uiddlebnrg, in Richardson county, Pawnee City, in Nebraska, 100 miles and back, once a week. From St Joseph, Missouri, by El wood, Kansas, Wathena, Troy and Ben- net s to ivennekuek, 4U miles and back, once a week. From St Joseph, Missouri, by Bel mont, Kanaas, and Laporte, to Charles ton, 20 miles and back, once a week. From St Joseph, Missouri, by Iowa Point Kansas, White Clond. Mount Roy snd Hamlin, to Central City, 70 miles and back, once a week. From White Clond, by Padonia, Ham lin, Central City, Richmond and Sen eca, to Marysville, 100 miles and back, once a week. From Atchison, by Robinson and Pa donia, to Falls City, miles and back, once a week. From Atchison, by Lancaster, Huron, Kennekuck, Powhattan, Granada. Capi omi. Ash Point. 8eneca and Clear Creek, to Marysville, 90 miles and back, twice a week. I I. O.O. F. The following persons were chosen, at the last election, to fill the principal offices in White Clond Lodge. No. 6, L O. O. F. : N. G. H. F. Macy, V. G. Thos. C. Shreve. Sec O. C. Whitney, Treat. James Moore. Representatives to Grand Ledge Sol. Miller, Win. D. Beeler. Cook Wasted. Good wages will be paid to a good and experienced Cook, (male or female,) if application be made soon, to John H. Ctt, at the City Hotel, in White Cloud. ' j 3Thb Fourth. The Fourth was oh- served in this place, as bad been announ ced. In the forenoon, the 8nnday School marched in procession to grove on the hill sooth of town, accompanied by a arge number of outsiders, citixens and strangers. An sppropriate address waa delivered to the School, by Est. Mr. Trickett. a Methodist minister, of Holt County, Mo; after which V. D. Markham delivered a brief bnt able and interesting oration. The ceremonies were enlivened by vocal m . . . fnm ,ltA mnn irnm a. enair cgutu up mi occasion. They ssng somsfine pieces. snd did it well. Then came the dinner, at which there were by far more "consumers than pro ducers. However, it was only gotten np for the Sunday School children, and there was plenty for them, snd some to spare for those who came alter. In the evening.. the ferry boat ran down to Forest City, and returned with a large company of ladies and gentlemen from Forest and Oregon, and a band of mar tial music from the latter place. The Odd' Follows. Ball, at night at tha fHtw Hotel, waa-the best and moat success ful ball ever given in White Cloud As an evidence that all handa enjoyed it. we need only to state that the dancing was kept np until brosd daylight on the following morning. Theanpper waa "A, No. 1." It wonld have tempted the appetite of any one possessed of an appetite, and wonld have given an appetite to those not so possets ed. In fact, there waa no occasion for any one to go awsv dissatisfied with any portion of the night's entertainment A Bad Baroaut. Within a few years past the Democracy have boasted huge- jy of the accessions of patriotic Old Line Whigs to their ranks ; bnt if they are not by thia time sick of their new recruits, it is because they are possessed of remar kably etrong stomachs. The present inenrable division in the Democratic par ty, ia the work of these same patriotic Whigs. Caleb Cnshing, the President and leading Secession spirit of the late Convention, is a renegade Whig. Josiah Randall, the leader of the Pennsylvania defectionists, is a renegade Whig. Toombeand Benjamin, the disorganizing leaders in the Senate, are renegade Whigs Henry A. Wise, the muter-spirit of the bolters in Virginia, it a renegade Whig. We might go on ad infinitum. Investi gate the matter thorooghly, from the chief men of the disorganizers to the veriest rats of the same kidney, and nine ont of ten will be found to be renegade Whigs. These Old Line Whigs who joined the Democracy, were principally disappoin ted office-seekers, or men who were refused leadership or countenance in other parties They have been scrambling and fighting for office, from the time of their first pro fession ol Democracy, iney were ever a curse to the Whig party, and accom plished its destruction ; now they have performed the same kindly office for the Democrscy. The act of the latter party, in taking these fellows into full fellow ship, boasting of their secession, and set ting them op as leaders and teachers of old campaigners in the party, .does not speak well for its wisdom and foresight The troth is, other partiea were abont as greatly rejoiced to see these clogs futen to the Democracy, as the latter party was to take tbem to its embraces. Kick them out tbey have no friends. Terrible Accideht at St. Joseph. A horrid accident occurred at St Joseph, on Thursday night of last week. The Isrge new brick store of Nave, McCord dt Co., which had jost been filled with a heavy stock of Groceries, gave way and fell. A portion of the wall fell np on a small honse adjoining, occupied by one or more families, killing nine persons, and iniuring others. After falling, the store by tome means took fire snd wu burned, together with the building of Tootle! dt Farleigh, occupied aa a whole sale dry goods store. The latter firm aav ed a portion of their goods on the first floor. The store of Powell dc Levy wu also somewhat damaged. The entire lots. pecuniarily, by this accident, will reach probably 9200,000 partially covered by insurance. A Bad 8st. Of late years, one of the most serious charges brought against can didates of the Repoblican party hu been, that when they were members of the Whig party, they were guilty of betray ing and defeating Henry Clay. This has been urged against Seward, is now being urged most persevenngly against Lineon, snd haa been urged against a score of oth er men. For this reason the friends of Clay are told they must not vote for these old Whig warriors and Clay partisans. but must vote the Demoeratio ticket What a ahame it is, that while the devo ted Democrats were using every earthly means to elect Henry Clay to the Presi dency, these Whig traitors took up and elected over him, such men as Jscksoa snd Polk ! The "war of the roses" is wsged as fiercely in the Territories as in ths Stalee. At Troy, on Monday of lut week, B. O. DriscoIL of Doniphan, de livered a Breckinridge harangue, and was replied to by CoL Ege, in favor of Doug las.' In this Codnty, the Democracy are getting in a pretty little snarL Read the advertisement of the Life of Abraham Linoola, and send for one. Extraordtrart Delivery of Twim. There ia recorded in Scripture an ac count of an extraordinary delivery of twins, which has met a parallel in our day and generation. The Scriptnrt ac count may be found in the Book of Gen esia : but the late affair will be found re corded in the Book of Exodus of the Democracy. It will read something af ter this style : 1. And Democracy entreated the Con vention for hia party, for aha was become barren. And the Convention was entrea ted of bim. and bis psrty conceived. 2. And the children struggled togeth er within her ; and she ssid. If it be so, why am I thus ? And she went to in quire of thcTJonvention. S. And the Convention said onto her. ..... Two factions are in thy womb, and two manner of people shall be separated from thy bowels ; snd the one people shall be atronger than the other people ; and the elder shall serve the younger. 4. ? And when her days to be delivered ware fulfilled, behold there were twins in her womb. 6, And the first came ont scaly all over, like a flaky animal ; and they called hia name Donglas. 6. And after that came the other ont. and got Donglas .by the heela, and they called bia name Breckinridge. And De mocracy waa nigh unto two score years old when his party bore them. 7. And the boya grew ; and Dooglaa was a ennning office hnnter, a man of the stnmp ; and Breckinrnige was a piain spoken man, dwelling in the Senate. 8. And the North loved Donglas, be cause it did drink of hia liqnor; bnt the Sonth loved Breckinridge. 9. T And Breckinridge dispensed pnblic pap ; and Douglas came from the stump, and waa faint. 10. And Donglu said to Breckinridge, Feed me, I pray tbee, witb that aame pub lic pap, for I am faint ; therefore hia name was called Doughface. 11. And Breckinridge aaid. Sell me this day thy principles. 12. And Douglas said. Behold. I am at the point to go nnder ; and what prof it ahall theae principlea do to roe? 13. And Breckinridge aaid. Swear to roe this day ; and he swore unto him snd he sold his principles onto B reck in ridge. 14. Then Breckinridge gave Donglu prp and office of the leavings ;'snd he did take hia Gil, and went on his way re olcing : and thua Douglas despised bis principles. 15. And thus it wm fulfilled that had been SDoken of the bovs : Donglas, the a - elder, sold himself to the Sooth, and be csme the servant of Breckinridge, the younger. , Mrs. Dodolas. It wat aaid that Mrs Douglaa intended giving a prand party to the Southern delegates who should support her husband in the Baltimore Convention ; but as the number of theae waa so meagre and insignificant, we pre sume the party has been given up. Whatever sins Douglas himself may be gniltv of. and whatever of bad lock bis opponents may wish him, Mrs. Dong! has no lotnor shsro in tbem. She universally conceded to be a woman who would grace anv atation. whether it were in the White Honse or on a throne. She has interested herself in her husband'i fortunes, and labored for bia success, with a zeal and energy which wonld have been worthy of the completes! triumph, had the efforts been made in behalf of one worthy of them. The Democratic papers have a horrible atory abont a Black Republican boot merchant in Dt- Louie. It appears that a certain large slaveholder in Missou ri owed him a considerable snm of mon ey. The slaveholder had passed through St Louis on his wsy South, to sell bis niggers : and the merchant feared that there was something ont of the wsy, particularly as the man had avoided him while in St Louie. So he sent an officer after the nigger dealer, who waa over hauled at Memphis, where suit wu in stituted, -and one of the niggers sold by the Sheriff to pay the debt Thia nigger selling is the horrible part of the story. The Black Republican merchant ought to have been ashamed to ao violate the ten der feelinge of a Slave trader and the Democratic party, by taking steps which would lead to the selling of a nigger. W At one of our saw-mills, last week, a piece of iron was found firmly imbedded in the heart of a solid cotton wood log, twelve feet long and three feet and a half ia diameter. There was no Saw or sear in the wood, to ahow where the iron had entered. It broke three teeth out of a large circular saw. tW In another column will be found advertisements of "The Family Doctor," and "Everybody's Lawyer." just pub lished by John E. Potter, Philadelphia. Tbey are, we doubt not, valuable worka. Agents are wanted for their sale. Ha vug a short time since receiv ed a few copies of the St Joseph Daily Journal, wa expressed a bop that it would keep on doing it ; but instead of thai, even the Weekly has stopped com ing: All right ! ytW. Our young friends, Levi Utt and Marion Beeler, will accept. out thanks for a large dub of new subscribers at High land. Let others ro and do likewise. 8onrrmo Wartiiq. In tha lis of advertised mail rontet to be let, we find none from this place connecting with Hi awatha. - There are routee to'elmoet ev ery other town, in every direction, and two or three to some ; but to one of the most important towna, there ie none at all. Mail communication with Hiawa tha ia a matter of the utmoat importance to White Cloud ; and by a very alight change in one or two of the routes, Hia watha wonld become a point At pres ent, it requires a week or more for mail matter to go from here to Hiawatha, when the distance direct is leu than twen ty miles. Is there no wsy to remedy this? 0 JCW Between two and three hundred exceedingly fine cattle, from Texas, bound for the Eastern markets, crossed the riv er at thia place, on Tuesday. Tbey were driven into the river, and made to awim over, ibey all landed aaleiy on the opposite bank. Peterson's Magazine, for August ia illustrated with "The Summer Time." Faahion Plate, and a number of other . '. -. engravings, it also contains eome one 7 . atoriea, and many valuable domeetic and medical recipes. - Philadelphia $2 year. Our Special Washington Dispatches. . Wasbirotor, Jane 28. oov. fitzfatrick e letter or seclu sios. The following ie the text of Gov. Fitzpatrkk'e letter of -eclination which so grievously smote our Donglu friends nnder the fifth rib : Wasbisgtov. Jnns 25. 1860 Gertlemer : Yonr letter of to-dsy in forming me that 1 have been unanimous It nominated by the National Convention of the Democracy which met at Cbariea ton on the 23d of April laat and ad iourned to meet at Baltimore on the 18th - - . ....... M of June, utbeir candidate tor tne omce Vice President, wu duly received. Ac knowledging with the liveliest aensibility thia distinguished mark of your Conn dence and regard, it ia with no ordinary feelings of regret that considerations, the recital of which I will not impose upon you. constrain me to decline the nomina tion so flatteringly tendered. My desig nation aa a candidate for thia high poai tion wonld have been more gratifying to me if it had proceeded from a united Le mocracv united both aa to the princi Dies and to men. The distrscting dif ferences at present existing in the rank of the Democratic party were strikingly exemplified both at Charleston and Haiti more, and, in my humble opinion. His tinctly admonioh me that I shonld in no war contribute to these nnfortunate di visions. The Black Republicans have harmoni ously, at leant in Convention, presented their candidates for the Presidency and Vice Prewidency. So has the Constitu tional Union party, as it is termed. Each partr ia already engaged for the contest. In the presence of such organ rations, we still onfortnnately exhibit divided camp. What a melancholy spectacle ! It ia calculated to eanse ev err Democratic citizen, who cherishes the Constitntion of his country, to de spond. if not to despair, or the dnrabtl ty of the Union. Desirous, ss far as am capable of exercising any influence, to remove every obstacle which may pre vent a restoration of the peace, harmony and perfect concord of the glorious old party to which I bsve been inflexibly de voted from early manhood a party wh'cb. in sir deliberate opinion,' ie the onlv real and reliable ligament which binds the Sonth. the North, the Eut and the West together upon constitutional principles no alternative was loft to me bnt that which I have herein most re spectfully commnnicated to yoo. For the agreeable manner in which you have conveyed to me the action of the Convention, accept rnv sincere thanks. Very truly your friend and obedient servsnr. B. Fitzfatrick. To Wm. If. Ladlow, N. I, and others. THE "COKSTITUTJOr" REOIRS THE FIOHT The Constitntion ie out vigorously to day for Breckinridge and Lane, in quite number of atroag arteclee. BRECKIVRIOOE. I AST AXO SOOT. The papers, generally, of the Demo cratic Uith, throughout the bastern an Southern States, seem to recognize Breck inridge as the trne Democratic ' candi date. WATIORAL EXECUTIVE COJOfTTTXE. The Demoeratio National Committee hu broken up, and two new Committees have been farmed one for Breckinridge, and one for Douglas. Mr. McClo'ky, Secretary of the old Committee, ia Sec retary of the Breckinridge Committee. THE RICBKORD XRQCTRER. The Richmond Enquirer haa not yet vouchsafed ne one of theae ponderous editorials npon the snljeet of the Balti more nominal iooa which might have been expected. It ia however for Brack inridge. . i ' PeaasvtvaalAPelttica. PvaADCLrnA. Jely 3. Forney 'a Press bitterly Apposes the no tion of the State Central Ceanmittes, and calls for a mass meeting of the Demo crats to purge the electoral ticket and eut loose from the disnnioainta forever. It also favors a anion of Dooglaa, Bell and Lincoln men to keep the election ont of Congress, where Lane will certainly be successful. Wise for Breckearidge, Korpolk,' Ye., June 27.' The Argus states that Gov. Wine haa pronounced the nomination of. Bracken- ridge and Lane as the most admirable that could be made to save tha Union. He will address the Democracy at a grand ratifieatkm masting to be held here Mon day evening. Lrejor K.eaaalnaie4. . , , Cncaoo, June 27. The. Bepabliean CooKreseional Con van tion of the-Third District pf Illinois. naet ai Bloomingtoa' to-day. -and norni- Rated Owe Lovejoy, by acclamation, for re-election. ' 5-T Te- courier nu aaManeed .. . Deaocretie party ia dead. Letitbtk,.,. the face towards, so that, if jt tc, .. its re sppaaraaee will be imon CaiaJ LtuinilU JmtrnaL. ' ETTke Laaeaeter (Ft.) Ioum, porta Dueaa. bat mjt : DiauKr ui it(tm. stare aa ia the free fcr the prweat, bat 4. ty will sooner or later, reeovtr fan in pr tod disrupted eoWJiUon, and tttots who . directly or brdirectly iastrumeatal ia the pretenl lameocaie sute er thing. wiu held to a fearful aecooatabilit in the fBlW( tT It ia saiJ that tha various Bghtinr ia Baltimore, known u tha the "Plug TJ.B,. ue dioju tow, - m -1 lrcrs." th, Raps," the -Black Snakea," the "Ifflw ' ia otter despair of beinc able to rinl fa tti of the late Democrat; e Cooreotioat " ft,, chy, have Curly given ap ud concluded g t aeeeni ana orderly ciuxeas. Utiju JnrmuL ." IX The Syraeose Coarier ealla Mr. Jin-,. a "tears crow." It ia etrUin that his u. tioa hu terribly M tcartd" ths Dsaotrttie ta. ET A large number f the . ConiarraiiV. Demoeratio and LVrpotitioa auoulictvni 0p Newark, new Jersey, waose trail ia tl Sooth amounts to not leas than IIWe niDim a year, aisgasiaa wiia ue corruption of Dt. aeratie rale, have recently takto pais to kcciv tain Mr. Lincoln's viswt of public polirj, fc, 4. rcct personal communication with him tbrafc one of their namber, and they are so wn miit- Bed of his conservatism snd nprieiirwta, that they hat e determined to snpport aim for Pnt). dent.' ETA paper pwblishad at tha eitreia Soota bida Doafrtaa remember Mito's end, sad, for fair that the Senator'a memory aty be at bait, the editor add aa' explanatory postscript, Ulllir him that "Milo'a end" a IWH la tfcrt tiata- Mrk to am a Thia look u if the sonth expected t ealck Donglu ia a trap made of a flit rail. fT We see that ex-Praaident Tyler hat tar- ed fire-eater ia his dfcliaiir yrxn. Ha ha declared, throagh the pm. lhar ha la for di. anion in the event of th leetin of either Mr. Bell, or Mr. Lincoln, or Mr. Douf'u to u Presidency, end that in either ear he will firht for a ranenl ! H is particuMr flerc ani'tri Mr. Bell. ' ETA genuine Loeofoco la on who ot f power is capable of railing at all banks, and ia power chartering vrry farobank in th mta try u a bank or issue snd dtpoait. Lntmil Jtvrnml. ' CTTh W. T. Express hop that Old Back ia laying p .treuar in hearea. W vaoorr if he and bia men expect to lay ap there ill that they steal npon th earth. tifrilijr 9 ml. CT A writer in th M tbile Regirter dneribea a meeting with Mr. Douglas in the MaaaaU Cave aeveral years ap. So Donglu raW onee, and we guess he'll care again. title Journal. XT John BU. the Union eaadid.it for Preai deot, owns one hundred and aiity-ae'ennefril. He owns a third interest in th Cojtxrlin.. Tennessee, Iron Works, where six hundred 1 groes are employed, fir hundred of which art owned by th company. If John Bell Is sot sound on the negro question, how sanj aeriw ought he to own to besounJT Brunnrick Pre ETThe Republic of th Ninth niiao'a District (th extreme southern part of fa State) have nominated Hon. David T Liserv. of Gallatin County, for member of CoorrfW Mr. Linegar ia a strong msa, sad has takes the field in the very Gibraltar ot "Eirptian De mocracy. ET In th Austrian Empire there b on pf aidaa to each thousand of the inhabitants, b France there fs only one medical msa for sacs two thousand Inhabitants. ET Our old friend Hooper of the MortjeamT Ala.. Mail.hu got to baa real nr-eat.thar he former! didn't tak hi rietual ny warwer than w do ocre. We iasist that be spell to nam W hooper. r- w. if ,n th wheat at WVrtt- iand isn't old Bock-wheat. ETThe Jap.ne hold, that if a msa rim to own bowele oat bs goes straight to bse-ee. The Baltimore Convention seems to hsrs tried itself for heaven after the Japes swot--ImiraOf JffumeL ErTheaewpaperiarfsw fork eity is tan, the World. The propieSnrs bars ebosra sits g ether too drenmeeribed a title j they eho. add to it the ran, meoa and saves stsnv-Xsa-mHtt Jrrl. ETThe Dsmocratie party, ia Uboriog ts solve th Dnion.hu does a much better utsf dissolved itself. ET The PHeeeton f Mo.) Reporter rtsi4s teres drop of rata fell at that alee tT Mr. Jo.ee ef Tstmeesse. says ae 1. u 1.;. MneWi breast eeaw nis vmmj - Democrat socked theirs from a settleem SUjr-l. ' . . - CT A Wasters Weed sets the Attaaf J wel.-Ie sew Tork sere toV01- r 1 . Tork fat at ears awa tola a Termowt is, sad vrUl fivs ahrg e- ferity than any ether state m la Mssssrhi- ETThe following wffl mrpp-H the lkinrMtUkrT Bote Pmw, Uwan A'lE Time. CruafieM pom-era. trio. Sal em AdrooaU. Eases Coowrf D--Uwreaee SentiMl. and PittafieM . IT Smma De-la kwsawhlppeda. sW ether day m Baton VUege. beautiful worn, lowria th. Z ulvu vrhe. they have '"7JM would feel hoe-red with the orivC - it for them t IwwiC Jeav--- IT Th editor of the IDr-ooJ ae how nay body eaa swpport nr. . hiss -atee as. sad well show M-fTt, CTDcmgh-. ss a dtmtA -in replTi" to ,uem4 P- to lu. eats- Liks water he rises sbor. hi V pumping. Fmtif. - - ETTh Lo-usrills Cooriersays! ... -We de not think that there to avary liaat mtare before any saaa ' . & win join the AboHtieetod tWfn Northta oppi KasMeky's e-s gBat John a Breckinridge- ETThe Xorther. Sqtasr Sj. has squared himedf to the eeetrs and is bellowu and pawiI ? U ly intent ape. tg Nat1 l-rrw- ti BretimSdg-eed -ErA ha started m Ie- "WT eCLe Ckbwv's a DMersv? festUsridjre sad Isae- -