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THURSDAY, ::::::::: JULY I-, I860. FOE PRESIDENT. ABRAHAM LINCOLN OF ILLINOIS. fob viceIFresident. HANNIBAL HAMLIN OF MAINE. SUPREME JUDGE, JACOB BRINKERHOFF, Or BICBLAND. ATTOBKEY GENERAL, JAMES MURRAY, OF WOOD. MEMBER OF BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS LEVI SARGENT, Or TUSCARAWAS. IBB BllUUlUt KUCTOB IOB TU (TATS AT LAasS, FREDERICK HASSAURECK, of Hamilton, JOSEPH M. ROOT, of Ene. OOVOKMSIOHAL SIBTKJCTB. lit Districts B.Eggleaon. ' 3d William af . Dickson. d 4th tth . Tth tth loth nth 14th Mih 18th 17th lth Frank McWhinney. John Riley Knox. D. H. Murphy. Nelson Rush. John F. Hinkl. H. 8. Bandy. Daniel B. SUwart. Willard 81ocnm. Joseph Ankenr. Edward BalL John A- DaTenport, Samael B. FUbrick. Tbe reported quarrel between, the Presi dent and Senator Gwnre is contradicted. JfA majority of toe Stork county Central Committee are Bbjeckkxbidgi men. ' rSfDr. 8. D. Eaedhax will be at the Ohio House, Friday August 3d. . ty If Mr. Bell is elected to stay at home( lie will try to make something ont of the noto- ' riety which his nemination has given him and write for the New York Ledger. gyla Missouri, they have two Democratic State tickets. The Republicans will make a bold posh to carry the State J3F"Ei-President Pierce, and so fer as heard from, every member of his cabinet, are for Breck- enridge and Lane, the Union and the Constitu tioa. Goal. The Editor of the Piqna.EnyureT,late the Democratic organ of Miami county, has "flopped" over to the Republican side of the house, and now su pports Lrjioouc and Hahux, yThe "Ninth Legion" a Democratic (Breck) paper published at ML Sterling, Ky." has invented a new name for Mr. Douglas. It calls him "the little Yankee." fThe editor of the Wilmington Watchman , don't know who to support, Docolas or Bases xmtDex. He is afraid of getting on the wrong side, and then says he, "we would be in a cir cumstance." Wasted, The reply of the "two dozen de mocrats" in. Hardy township who refused to sign the call for a Douglas meeting in the Court House, on the 13th. They are represented as "abort as pie crust." . Bad. Loo ax, Douglas' man Friday in Illi nois, has been beaten for nomination for Con gress, by a Bejccexxkidgi man. Logan is at present the representative from that part of Illi nois, known as "Egypt." jyThe Bhxckkskidgc men in Illinois had a State Convention the other day, in which all the counties but four were represented. They recommend to each county the running of a full ticket of National men. yyThere are twenty-nine Democratic pa pen published in Tennessee. Twenty-seven of these support BnxcxxiraiDGB, and two Mr. Douglas. Still the latter s friends claim that he will carry the State. ' gySaturday the 11th day of August, is the day fixed upon for holding the Democratic Pri mary Elections in this county. There are to be elected, candidate for Probate Judge, Clerk, Recorder and "Go-nussioner." QWe learn from the Urbana Citizen that the "irrepressible conflict" has badly fractured the Democracy of Champaign county, and that the Breekearidge party is quite formidable, having Judge John A. Corwin for its head and leader. tyThe Detroit Advertiser speaks of the Dem ocratic candidate for Congress in the Fourth Michigan District, as "Mr. Thomson, the Doug-las-Wilmot-proviso-fre-trade-Dred-Scott-slave' Mde-Bonintervention4nti-river-and-harbor-iin- proveroent candidate." ' f3ff"the friends of Mr. Douglas in Kentucky, knowing they would be in the minority in the State Convention, have succeeced in advance, and are going in a gang by themselves to hold a Convention in Louisville on the 11th of Au gust. The Louisville Democrat the Douglas organ advertises this as the "Regular State Democratic Convention." ' Daxx xot Publish It. Mr. Johxsox, the can didate for Vice President on the Douglas ticket has given to the world his views on the Slave Code and Popular Sovereignty. Not a Douglas sheet in Ohio has yet dared to give its readers a chanoe to see how he opposes Squatter Sover eignty, or how he favors a Slave Code, and the reopening of the African Slave trade. O - fThe Breckenridge National Executive Committee have addressed circulars to lead ing Democrats in every State and almost in ev ery County, calling upon them to organize in dependently and to nominate distinct Electoral tickets. Orders have also been issued by the Administration to the official troops throughout the the country to the same effect, with an ad monition that refusal will be followed by re mo sL t3TA democrat of this town remarked to us the other day, "things is workin' among the de mocracy of Little Holmes." True enough, they eemtobs. We hear of more quarreling, more abuse of each other, than ever before in the same time. Uut its no funeral of ours, and "We do not sat a word, Nor do we express a doubt, . Bat we pat oar thumb up to oar neee And wiggle oar fingers about." K9 Ihe Douglas Pill seems a hard one for the Editor of the Farmer to swallow, and we shall not be surprised if, after the State elec tion, he spit it up again, as he now does upon the nominee. He would do this now, or he nev er would have oped his mouth to receive it, were not his bread and butter in the opposite scale, and to save this, he consents to sacrifice a prin ciple, to swallow, not DnraLAS only, but all he baa ever said against hist. Poor fellow ,h has our evaivsUiief. ' ' " '. ' ' ' Breckenridge Accepts. Mr. BaxciOTnwx has formally accepted nomination tendered him at Baltimore. In his exposition of the doctrines of the party that nominated him, he indignantly denies that they do now or ever did, demand a Congressional Slave Code, but asserti. that they hold to the doctrine of on-intervention by Congress or by Territorial Legislatures either to establish or prohibit Slavery in the Territories, yet he as serts that it is the plain duty of the Federal Government in all its departments, to secure. when necessary, the enjoyment, as property, of such slaves as shall, during the continuance of the Territorial regime, be brought into the Ter ritories. That is to say, if the Territorial Leg islatures do net intervene to establish Savery by securing the enjoymentof property in Slaves then it is the duty of the Federal Government, in all its branches. Congress included, to inter vene for that purpose. This securing enjoy meat in slave property is only another name for the establishment of Slavery. Watt a Lkadkb. The Philadelphia Pre, Forney paper says Douglas' friends in the South are badly ia want of a leader. They want a Jackson, "a man who will stand by such gallant spirits as John Forsyth, Geo. W. Jones, Isaac Morse, and Pierre Soule, and aid them in resisting the tide of nullification and disunion, which threatens to overwhelm alike the North and the South. John C. Breckenridge ought to hare been the Andrew Jackson of the times; but he has fallen from his high estate, from his fam ily record, and from the expectation of his here tofore tens of thousands of friends. He ba lent his fresh, and, until now, unsullied name, to the enemies of the Union. Who, in all the South, with equal claims upon the country, will come forth to take the place of Jackson? Who will take the lead of the gallant gentlemen and the self-sacrificing patriots in that region, who have put themselves in the immineut deadly breach? We look around in vain ior the man. If there is no living Jackson in the Southern gtales to stand up against the Disunion party, why cannot the canonized bones of the dead hero be unhearsed, and piaced at the head of those who are waiting for a leader? Thx Presdext ox Tax Stump. The friends of Brecxexeidgi had another public demonstra tion at Washington on the evening of the 9th iast, at which Mr. Bucbaxax made a lengthy speech. It is an exceedingly dull affair. In the first place, he praised Major Breckenridge and Gen. Lane as men who "needed no eulogy from him. He promised, as he had ever been the friend of regular democratic nominations. to remove "one stumbling block out of the way. He explained that no regular Democratic nom ination had been made. He discussed the wis dom of the old Congressional caucus, and the modern Convention system, and stated that the two-thirds rule had been adopted in order to prevent the nomination of candidates by the delegations from anti-Democratic States. He said: I purposely avoid entering upon any discus sion respecting the exclusion from the Conven tion of regularly elected delegates from differ ent Democratic States. If the Convention which nominated Mr. Douglas was not a regular Dem ocratic Convention, it roust be contessed that Breckenridge is in the same condition in that respect. The Convention that nominated him, although it was composed of nearly all the cer tain Democratic States, did uot contain the two thirds; and therefore every Democrat is at liber ty to vote as he thinks proper, without running counter to any regular nomination of the party. Applause, and cries ot "three cheers tor isrecK enriage and Lane." Holding this position, I shall present some of the reasons why I prefer Mr. tfrecKenndge to Mr. Douglas. 1 uis 1 shall do without attempting to interfere with nny in dividual Democrat or any State Democratic organization holding different opinions from myself. The main object of all good Demo crats, whether belonging to the one or the other wing of our unfortunate division, is to defeat the election of the Republican candi dates; and I shall never oppose any honest and honorable course calculated to accomplish this object. He proceeded to approve the nomination of Mr Breckenridge, because he was in favor of the equal rights of the States. This notion he presented ia the usual style for some time. Agreed. By consent of the Republican Cen tral Committees of the four counties composing the 15th Congressional District, it is thought ecessary to hold a Convention for the pur pose of putting in nomination a candidate for Congress, there being.no disposition, on the part of the Republicans of the District, to run any one in opposition to Mr. Helkick. our pres ent Representative. This, certainly, is flatter ing to Mr. H., and is conclusive evidence that his course during the past winter in Congress is wholly approved of by those who placed him there. It will not be denied, even by Mr. H's political opponents, that the District has rarely, if ever, had at Washington, a more attentive, hard-working member than Mr. H., and the voters of the same will show their appreciation of that kind of a Representative ia returning him by an overwhelming majority. fSfThe Democracy had a meeting at the Court House a few evenings since to organize a Douglas Club. It was a most miserable lame affair, from beginning to end. Some one was brought forward and introduced as a gentleman that had formerly acted with the Whigs, but who was now going for Douglas. This man , a Pennsylvaninn, then inflicted upon the audience a speech of half an hour ia length, which made even those who brought him forward ashamed of the act. He was cheered in the telling of obscene anecdotes, which, if told in the fami lies of nineteen-twentieths of those who heard him that night, would have cost him a broken bead. Gen. Joe Lane seems to be goose enough to make an exhibition of himself on the stump in all directions. He attempted to make a speech in Philadelphia and blathered ridiculously to a crowd principally composed of Douglas mcn.who were prevented from "moving" him, only by the excellence of the Philadelphia Police, who, under the present efficient Mayor, secure the lib erty of speech in that city, to men of all persua sions, religious or political. He has responded to a serenade in New York. He is advertised as positively to make a speech in Indianapolis, and has also accepted an invitation to visit his native State, North Carolina. Bbxckkkudgx Stats Cohvemtiov. The Cleve land Democrat contains a call signed by John Dawson, Chairman, and Wm. A. Neil, Secreta ry of the National Democratic State Executive Committee, for a State Convention to be held in Columbus on Tuesday, the 7th of August next, in accordance with a resolution of the friends of Breckenridge and Lane. The basis of repre sentatioD is one delegate for every 500 votes cast for Rufus P. Ranay for Governor, and for every fraction over 250 rotes over 500 an addi tional delegate. : ! The purpose of the Convention is not stated, but it is probably to select a Breckenridge and l-ane electoral ticket. VST The friends of Gen. Sam. Houston, in the State of New York, as the people's candi date for the Presidency, have been invited to meet in Convention, on Wednesdav. Julv 18, 1860, at Sheaectadv ; to nlano in electoral ticket, and designate a candidate for Vict President. How vaxt Votxs did Douglas Get? The Douglas papers do not agree among themselves as to the number of votes Mr. Douglas got ia Convention at Baltimore. The Ohio Stateanan says he had 212 votes, 16 more than there was ia Convention. The Cleveland Plawdealer says 181 . In the whole Convention, at shown by the different ballotings,there were but 196 votes. ont of which number, the editor of the Ohio Statesman, being ia the Convention, at the time. is willing to swear that Douglas received 212' votes out of 196 cast, near one-fourth of which were bogus. The terrible swearing of the Army in Flanders was nothing to the swearing of Col. Maaypenny when he offers to make oath that Mr. Douglas received 2l2 votes in a Convea tion where there were but 196 votes, all told. fgIn 1856 the Republicans had but one German paper in Indiana, but now the tables are turned, and the Democrats have but one, while six are doing effective service for the Re- Dubl ican cause. The II liaois State Journal gives a list of sixty-nine German papers in the coun try that have raised the Lincoln and Hamlin flag. THE NEWS. The barbarism of slavery has been freshly il lustrated in Mississippi. A monster named W J.JHolloway, at Lexington, whipped one of his negro women to death. The murderer was ar rested, but would probably cheat the gallows of its due should he serve all his chattels the same way. Mrs. Frederick Rosenburger, of Seneca coun ty, met with a terrible death recently. Her daughters were about to take a buggy ride, when the horse ran and one of the shafts struck Mrs. R. in the abdomen and impaled her on it. It entered several inches, and she was carried fifty feet and thrown against a fence. The contributions to the Pemberton Mills, Lawrence, Mass., amount to $65,579, and the amount disbursed is $42,004. The balance is invested for the maimed and orphaned. The great cotton mill of Messrs Mayall at Mossley, England, was burned on the 22d ult. It liad 120,000 spindles, and the loss is estima ted at $750,000. Revolutionary soldiers have become scarce indeed. The great feature of the celebration of the 4th at Madison, Wis , was the presence of Nathaniel Ames, now is his hundredth year. Mr. Ames was ia Washington's army two years and a half, and was present when Major Andre was hung. He is remarkably well preserved for a centenarian. Richard Martz has been tried in Huron coun ty for killing Joseph Newman in the affray near Monroevillc some weeks ago,' and acquit ted. It was not proven that he struck the fatal blow. The rrcent Spelling Match of the Warren Un ion Schools attracted a large audience. Fire or six of the class were not conquered by words selected from McGuffey's Spelling Book, aad it was necessary to call in the assistance of Web ster's unabridged. Books to the value of $30 were distributed as prizes. The store of Messrs Longenbacker fc Co . Liv erpool, Medina county, was entered a few nights ago, and robbed of about $1,000 worth of goods. Austin and Ira, from York, aged 18 and 21 years have been arrested for the crime and sent to jail. A portion of the goods was recovered, The young men had previously sustained good characters, and lived at home with a widowed mother. The rush to see the wrcat iastern at $1 per head is not very great, ranging from 500 to 1,500 per dny. The price will have to be reduced at least opd-half to make the exhibition go off well, and tben Barnom says there is no resurrection for a dead curiosity. ' ' The morning of the 4th the livery stable of Thomas Cox in Detroit was burned, and 11 horses perished in the flames. The scene is de scribed as horrible in the extreme. The total number of vessels passed through the Welland Canal this year up to the 30th of June, was 1277 a large increase upon the same period last year. Large numbers of Swedes are settling ia Kan sas this season. Some 40,000 Swedes are ex pected to locate near Alatho, Kansas, in the course of a few months. The census takers in Utah will have a lively time in overhauling the households of the Saints especially the patriarchs. Brigham issaid to be very indignant at the questions propounded touching family affairs. Mr. A. L. Harris, former local editor of the State Journal, has purchased the Coshocton Age, and will do good service to the Republican cause ia that ripe harvest field. Mr. Sieiner ascended in a balloon from Mil waukee on the 4th, and lande J in Lake Michi gaa 9 miles from the East shore. He got safely to land. He crossed the Lake, 90 miles, in two hours and 20 minutes. Is is stated that Hon. Thomas Corwin is to canvass Southern Indiana, for Lincoln and Ham lin. Clay and Corwin will do a good work among the Hoosiers. A new daily Breckenridge paper, called the Enquirer, is to be established in Milwankic by Messrs. Ellis cfe Swineford. A German paper at Milwaukic, the See Bote, supports Brecken ridge and Lane. Four or five weekly Demo cratic journals of Wisconsin have run up th same flag. So has the Argue A Democrat at the Capitol. Five Florida journals support the Bell and Everett ticket. Andrew Johnson of Tenn., who was one the many candidates proposed by the Douglas interest for the Vice Presidency, has surrender ed to the Breckenridge movement. Mr. John son was the first choice of the Tennessee dele gation for President at Charleston. The Tribune' Washington dispatch says that at the end of Mr. Buchanan's term the public debt will probably be eighty odd n illions, ex elusive of at balance $20,000,000, transferred him by Mr. Tierce. The English are about to expend $60,000,- 000 on fortifications, which is a delicate hint Napoleon that he "can't come in" upon them with arms in his hands save at his own proper peril. There was a terrible affray at a pic-nie below Louisville on the 4th, which resulted in the death of Samuel McHugh and four Germans. Dr. Alex. Shields, for twenty years one of the leaden of the Democratic party ia Sangamon eouLty, Illinois, is now making Republican speeches, and goes for Lincoln and Hamlin, The Chicago Democrat says it cannot but ac knowledge the justice of God when it sees the South is punishing Douglas for his treachery the repeal of the Missouri Compromise. Doug, las made a Judas of himself, all but getting the thirty pieces of silver. Like Judas, he should get his pay ia advance. , L. O. Colvin has patented a machine for milk ing cows, which is said to work well and save labor. Four sockets receive the teats, and the milking is done by two air pumps easily work ed by the milker. The Breckenridge aad Lane ratification meet ing at ZanesviUe Saturday evening was a large one. Among the speakers was Dr. Galley, late editor of the Aurora, the Democratic organ of Muskingum couity. One of the oil wefts at Titusville, Pa., yields voluntary flow of twelve barrels per day. The oil flows through an inch led pipe with a sort of pulsatory throb, without a particle of water. The well is 145 feet deep. The Democratic organs in Washington are now in position to fire away at each other. The Conttitution has been formally transferred to the Breckenridge wing, and the State and Union to the Douglas. Both the old proprietors have re tired. The fight is growing warm, personal aud bitter. The Red River Nor'- Wetter records a case of cannibalism in the Selkirk country. The vic tims were six in number, a Salteaux Indian and his wife and four children. When discovered, the bodies had been partially eaten by the mur derers. A Douglas paper says that Mr. Breckenridge "a dead cock in the pit," Isn't Mr. Douglas a dead cock in the bottomless pit? POLITICAL ITEMS. The Philadelphia Bulletin says the Democrat ic party is afflicted with the "Dry rot," That may be true of the party, but it cannot be true of one of its candidates. He drink too often ever to have the "dry rot." The Nejr York Daily Here thinks it is best the Democracy should be beaten this year. It instances that the drubbing of '40 and '48 did the party no harm, and thinks the Government has become so corrupt now, that a change and a brushing up will do good all around. The Hartford Time offers a reward of fifty dollais, on behalf of itself and its. stall-fed brethren of Connecticut, for any decent answer to Dan! Webster's old inquiry "Where am I to go?" Response to be tucked under the door- stone after nightfall The Washington Star calls Douglas' friends a gang of Abolitionists in disguise," and seems really pleased that they have leit the Demo cratic party. The Douglas men say practical ly, the same thing of the Fire-Eaters. Each seems to be glad that they have got rid of the other; and the people are glad that they are about to get rid of tbem both. So we are "jol ly" all 'round. Of seventy-five Democratic papers in Vir ginia only five are ia favor of Douglas. Here is a missionary field for CoL Richardson and the Douglas men, which it will be criminal longer to neglect. Dare they send popular sov ereignty missionaries there? Guess they daren't. The New York Herald publishes a list of 338 Democratic newspapers, North and South,which have declared their preference between the two candidates. A summary of the list is as fol lows. Bredkcnridze. Douglas. North 31 South 155 141 21 Total 176 162 Twelve of the Democratic papers ia Ken tucky have pronounced for Breckenridge and four for Douglas. There are a number yet on the fence. Andrew Johnson, of Tennessee, who was one of the many candidates proposed by the Dong- las interest for the Vice-Presidency, has surren dered to Mr. Breckenridge, like Messrs. Pryor, Clingman, Toombs, and others, who were re garded as among his supporters at the South. Hon. Alexander H. Stevens, of Georgia, will it is said, shortly disclose his preference for Breckenridge and Lane, although he will take no active part in the Presidential election The Albany Journal says of the Republican ratification meeting in that city, that "it was the largest, most enthusiastic,and in every way the roost gratifying aad successful meeting which has signalized the opening of the Presi dential campaign within our memory. The Central Douglas Committee have issued a circular from Washington protesting against any union with the Breckenridgites on elector al tickets, and enjoining upon the friends of Douglas to see that out-and-out tickets are put into the field in every State. This will have the effect to rcb the canvass of much of the in interest which a united action of the two would give it. With the Democracy thus broken, the Republicans will be left with not enough to do to employ their resources. One of the Verdicts. of A Cbarlotteville (Va.) paper gives tbe following Account of the murder of a slave by one Wash, an overseer of Mr. Eugen Gartb, near Uordonsville : "The negro, after being severely whip ped, was tied, hand and foot, by the brutal Wash, aud plunged, head downwards, into a hogshead of water, where he was held three quarters of a minute. Upon beiDg taken out he died within three minutes. "An inquest was held, and the verdict of the jury was, 'died of congestion of the brain. ' The same paper says : "We read recently of another case where a negro was punished in a nighboring county, and died within a minute or two afterwards. Tbe verdict in the latter case was, 'died of a combination of circumstan ces. Wash has not yet been arrested, but we hope, for the sake of humanity, that tbe cruel-hearted scoundrel may be brought to a speedy and condign punishment. Can the South wonder at the odium which at taches to the "institution" in the non-slave- holding States, when the perpetrators such atrocities are 'permitted to walk un punished. Baltimore Clipper, to to The Sectional Candidate. The South ern voles which Mr. Douglas received at Baltimore is nearly the same as at Uliarles ton, viz: Maryland 2&I Arkansas 1 Virginia ,1 North Carolina. .1 J Alabama 9 Louisiana! 6 Missouri - 4b Tennessee 8 28i Of these, Alabama, and Louisiana,count- log 15, were represented by bogus dele gates. 1 be regular delegates were exclu ded, and the bogus ODes admitted to swell tbe count. Thus Mr. Douglas received on ly 131 genuine Southern votes, and these were confined to but few of the Southern States. in &"The Cleveland National Demcrat repudiates the idea that it is in favor of union on Electoral tickets between the Breckenride and Douglas men. It says No proposition was ever made by the friends of creckenndge and Lane to coal esce, and if any arrangement is made we will require bond and security to keep the Douglas scamps to their word, for without security we would not give a farthing for all their pledges. They seek tbe election I Lincoln, and will ensure it if they can. The Douglas Convention at Columbus. union. The Convention of the friends of Mr. Douglas met in Columbus and organized by the apointment of Oen. Samuel Lahtu, of Stark County, as Chairman, and whose place was subsequently hlled by Col. Alc Cook, of Jefferson, as permanent Presi dent, assisted by tbe usual number of Vice Presidents and Sec re tarries. For Supreme Judge, T. J. S. Smith, of Montgomery, a fine lawyer and an agreea ble gentlemen, was nominated ; for Attor ney lienerai, a Air. otamDaugn, ot tusca rawas, and for Board of Public Works, Mr Backus, the present incumbent. A large number of delegates, stated on the authority of the Hon. L. N. Hall, of Crawford, to be fifty in number, refused to hare anything to do with the concern. They were elected in ignorence of the fact that the Convention was called to ratify the nomination of Douglas. Several gentlemen, members of Con gress or expectants, and others who held office or sought office in Democratic coun ties, preached harmony and concession. To test the practice Judge Hall, as a dele gate from Crawford county, offered the following, which was literally hooted out of the Convention, and although permitted for a short time, to speak on a question of privilege, the author of the resolution was refused a hearing by the more rapid, who had control, and he was forced to desist Reiolved, That inasmuch as the National Democratic Convention, recently held at Balti more, divided, and made two nominations for President and Vice President, we declare it is the opinion of this Convention, that every Dem ocrat in Ohio is at perfect liberty to vote for John U. rJreckennrige lor rresident, and uen. Joseph Lane for Vice President or Stephen A Donslas for President, and Hcrschell V. John son lor Vice President, as shall best accord with his views on the fundamental doctrines of the Democratic party Of course after such an exhibition of madness and insult the declaration of an intention to hold no political intercourse wilhtbe friends of orecsenridge and Lane, the candidates so recently made converts to the harmony doctrine bad nothing to say. Ihe olive ot peace was rejected, and with insult, and a Convention presided over by a man that was covered with po litical heresies, as a leper is with spots, who bad ever been a bolter and a disorganize (we allude of course to Gen. Lahm,) pre cipitated tbe very state of things certain Douglas leaders professed to deprecate. In the evening speeches were made of a character tbe most insulting tbe text in every case, but one, being tbe South and tbe southern Democracy and tbe men who stood bv the rights of the Slate and the principles of the Democratic party in the North. Tbe black Re publicans scarce received a notice, and the members of that organization enjoyed hugely the slang of the Douglas speakers, many of them fresh from the Know Noth ing Lodges, against life-long Democrats. lbe Mass Convention which was adver tised to come off as a sort side show. was a failure, lbe young men were not here they do not go the doctrines of the "faqnatters. Democrat. The Douglas Convention at Columbus. "The Sober Second Thought. " The Steubenville Union, which on the announcemant of tbe double nominations at Baltimore, hoisted both tickets, has hauled down the Sag of Douglas, and now warmly supports Breckinridge and Lane. It says that the Douglas men "lost sight of principles and the best interests of tbe Democratic party in blind adherence to a man." It protests against the nomination of Douglas. 1. Because he was not nora inated by the Democratic Convention, but only by a remnant of it; 2. Because he was not nominated by two-thirds of tbe Convention, but in open and direct viola tion of the usages of tbe party; 3. He was nominated by delegates representing lie publicans Stales only, and against tbe wishes of every Democratic btale in tbe Union ; he is therefore sectional, not na tional; 4. Because of his uncompromising course towards tbo southern states, and has "vindictive, urentless, shameless oppo sition to the present Democratic Adminis tration;" 5. Because be "has rendered himself so obnoxious to all true National Democrats as precludes the possibility of bis obtaining tbe electoral vote of a single State in the Union," and 6th. Because tbe Convention have nominated Breckenridge and Lane. It says Ambitious men who have staked their all, their fortunes, their honors, the best mtorests of tbeir country upon tbe hazard of a nomination, were rejected by the rep resentalives of the conservative and pat riotic masses of the Democratic party, and John U. Breckmnnride, without bis own solicitation, without any request of friends. but by the voluntary, spontaneous, united action of the Convention, had thrust upon him the distinguished favor of being the favorite of the Nationl conservative Dem ocratic Convention, for President of the United States.' A Breckinridge movement has been inaugurated in Indiana. A Breckenridge County Convention for Marion County (Indianapolis) is called, one hundred Dem ocrats having signed the call. The Indian apolis Journal says : The call is signed by about 100 names among which will be recognized many of the most active, liberal and enthusiastic Democrats of the city, as well prepared as we thought ourselves for and phenomenon in Democratic movements. It is a list that is about as well calculated to give the Douglas men a cold sweat, as any that could have been devised. A movement in which such men as Judge Morrison, Dr, Dunlap, J. II. McUrea, Captain Hayden Percy Hosbrook, John Harkness, Edwin May, S. Baibour, John Hamilton, Kilby if eugerson, V. a. stout, Julious JNicolai J. R. Elder, John Cain, James Johnson James M. Tomlinson, T. D. Walpole, Sampson Rea, R. A. Taylor, and Emery join, is something more tban idle demon stration. It means good hard earnest ef fort, for tbey are none of tbem omce seek ers, and all of them are among our oldest and most respectable citizens. How True ! Every editor knows tbe truth of the following from the N. Y Home Journal: "It is one of the hard ships of our profession, that its work wheels Drains ana nearts are not allowed to lag for sickness, or stop for calamity or sorrow, lbe judge may adjourn bis court, the school and the workshop may close shutters, the mourner may veil features and turn friend and stranger from the door but the journalist must forget to-morrow or to-day must write gaily and freshly as a newsmonger, on the trifle of the hour, whatever burden has been laid on that same hour, by Providence, for his heart and brain as man. It sometimes tries and mocks as the world that roads what is thus written would never dream of." National Democracy Township. We clip the folio wing from theNational Demoarat, as indicative of tbe split with which some of the . Breckinridge men in Wayne County act: CONGRESS, Wayne county, O., June 2D, 1860. Editor National Democrat: I nave enclosed five dollars for the Campaign Weekly National Democrat. Send me as many copies as yon can for that money, and in all probability I may get enough subscribers to send yon ten dollars more in a few days. I would further say that we are going to have a Kalincation meeting in Congress, on Saturday, July 21, 1860, at one o'clock P. M. The exercises of tbe meeting will consist of raising a splendid hickory pole, and suspending a flag from its top-mast, containing about two nun dred and fifty square feet in it, with our national standard bearers inscribed tnere- "for President, John C. Rreckenridge, and Vice President, Joseph Lane, with Equal Rights in the Union." We expect to procure the best speakers to address the meeting on that occasion, and in all proba bility there will be one hundred guns fired for Breckenride and Lane. AH persons are invited to attend said meeting. lours respectfully, 1. D. JN. is. lbe beauty of the whole exer cise is, that this Breckenridge and Lane pole is to be raised on the same spot where tbe Buck and Breck pole was raised in 1856. Gives up Virginia. The Cleveland Plain Dealer sees the hand writing on the wall. All the North ern States will go for LincolB, a large ma jority of tbe Southern states for Breckin ridge and the balance for cell thus leav ing Douglas without a single electoral vote. The Plain Dealer man gives up Virginia. "sad and sickening is the sight now pre sented of the degenerated Democracy of Old Virgininia, The "Mother of States," the "Mother of Presidents, and the moth er of as many great men has at last be come bed ridden herself, and unable any longer to give birth to any thing but roon keys. To follow tbe wake of Ulu V lrgmia any lonrrer will be certain death to the Demo cratic party. It is like traveling among lbe toombs.to eaten tbe inspiration of moul dering men with which to vivify tbe slum bering ligaments of life. The Falsehoods of the Douglas Press. Every Democratic Paper in Wisconsin supports Douglas and Johnson, and- repu dates tbe disunion ticket. Ohio States- m. The Madison Argns & Democrat, the State organ of the Democracy, the Beaver Dam Democrat, Waukesha Democrat, Manitowoc Herald and Milwaukie See Bote, support the nomination of Brecken ridge and Lane. The Daily Milwaukie iotrer,aBreck enridge sheet, is to be issued on and after the lOib, under the control of A. 0. El lis and A. P. Swineford. Every Democratic paper in Illinois, that did not support Lincoln in 1858, now sup ports Douglas and Johnson, and repudiates the disunion ticket .of Breckinridge and Lane. Ohio Statesman. The Springfield (111.) Democrat, and the Jonesboro (111.) Gazette, have raised the flag of Breckenridge aud Lane, and un der these gallant leader do battle for the Constitution and the Union. In Missouri four-fifths of the Democratic papers support Douglas and Johnson, and repudiates the disunion ticket. Ohio Slelesman. The Cincinnati Enquirer, a little more modest than the Statesman, says, "Nearly all the Democratic papers in Missouri have run up the regular flag." To show which is the "regular flag" in Missouri, tbe Cincinnati Gazette publishes the following list of Democratic papers in that State which support Breckenridge and Lane. Examiner, Jefferson City ; Bulletin, St, Louis; Courier, Palmyra; Northwest Dem ocrat ; Legion, BloomiBgton; News, Stur geon; States Argus, Columbia; North west Reporter, Plattsburg; Weston Argu?, Weston; Bolivar Courier, Bolivar; South west News, Jasper Co., Howard Banner, Fayette; Randolph Citizen, Iluntsville; Sturgeon News, Sturgeon ; Springfield Ad vertiser, Springfield; Canton Repository, Canton; Marshall Democrat, Marshall; Milan Farmer, Milan ; Chillicothe Chroni cle, Chillicothe. In other days, we used to think the Ab olition editors could tell more unblushing falsehoods than any other set of men, but really these Douglas editors can beat tbem easy. The "Harmonious Democracy." The New York Journal of Commerce of the 6th, in "a few plain words with New York Political Leader" says: To talk of carrying New York for Mr. Dou glas or Mr. Breckenridge, on a divided tick et, is simply absurd. There is no possi bility of such a result, and we believe no sensible politician in the State entertains such an expectation. Those, therefore, who oppose tbe adoption of a single ticket for Electors, and for State officers, design and intend to give the State to the Republi cans." Is that realy the object of the Douglas men everywhere. A correspondent of the same paper asks, "cannot the commercial classes be in voked to address Mr. Douglas, and urge upon him in a most respectful but serious manner to retire !" "Breckenridge, with a pure and patriotic record, is more apt to succeed than Mr. Douglas with a mere mathematical one." Will not the Little Giant retire, or will he persist in running on a "mathematical," or sectional record I 49The Free Press stales that tbe wool clip of Carroll county amounts to some $250,000 this year, whichshows a considerable increase over last year's clip, as the average price was tbe same both years, aud -last year amounted to only $175,009. The quality of our wool is also rapidly improving, and wool buyers say that the average quality is better this year, in this county, than in the adjoing counties. This is encouraging to our wool growers, 7It is authoritatively stated that the widow of John Brown has not received a dollar from Hayti, although the report has gone abroad that $30,000 was sent to her from that country. ' The amount of the aid received by this family from other sources is not so large as it is generally supposed to be. The "Harmonious Democracy." New Advertisements. THE LICHTNINC FLY - KILLER! K ILLS FLIES instantly withoat danger to anything at. enrj im will aula quart. Price lO Ctsr.' For Sale at the ST. NICHOLAS. Jolj 12, 186047 IiADY ShomldharaoMof . Selden & Hall's American SKIRT SUPPORTERS. For Sale at the Book Store. . HOOF SKIRTS. ,- TTTIXCOX'S BEST Call at the BOOK STORK YY d look at them hefor trajing elsewhere. Cheap and good. WILLOW WAGONS, f ABS, &C, just received at the BOOK STORE. RAZORS. 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' Comer of Third and Pine S Is, St. Loaia, Me. JoJy 12, I860. Tn4T NOTICE IN DOWER. . 11 LIZA GARDNER and Henry Gardner her aosbend, 'j are hereby notified that on the loth day of Jnly a. D. 1S0. Anna Swineheart of Holmes Connty. Ohio, died in the Court of Common Plea of said Holme. Connty, her petition in Chancery against th said Ells Gardner and Henry Gardner her hnabaad, aoa itdnta of said State of Ohies aad rradeors. Swineheart, Sarah Ore and Isaiah Ore her husband. Ana Pipe aad baa. Piper her husband, Emanuel Swineheart, Jacob Swine heart, George Swineheart, John Swineheart, Eii Swine heart, Simon Swineheart. William Swineheart, Edward Swineheart, and Jacob Hooeer, in which ah prays toe th assignment af dower as the widow ol George Swine heart, dee d, ia the following described premises lying and being ia th said connty of Holmes, to wit: Thirty eight anS three-fourth, acrea of th East aid of tot aut hor twenty-three, third quarter township, township too, range number fixe; Also, lot Bomber thirteen of th third quarter township, township nambsr ten, rang number fie; Also, twenty-six seres ont of th North part of lot number twetr in the third quarter township, township number ten, and range fire. Also, North west quarter of section fourteen, township number Bin, and range number lee; Also, th North-east qnartr of section number fourteen, township Bin, and rang It except thirty acrea, and forty-one acres soM off of said quarter; Also, sixty acres off ot th North aid of th North-west quarter of section four, township nine, of range Br; and the said Eliaa Gardner and Henry Gard ner her husband are further notined that unless they Slead answerer demur to tbe said petition within sixty sts alter th next term of said Court, th said Anna, 8wloeheart at th term next after the expiration at said sixty days will applr to the Court to taa the mat ter of said petition as confessed aad to decree thsrwon accordingly. BARCROFT J TOORHE3. July 12,lwO-; Atfjrs ) PeA't.