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FRIDAY, AUGUST 5, ISB4 DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. WILLIAM VV ARMSTRONG. (,r : p. n r-"ntT. IT FCl.L TB.HM,) rniLADVi.f:! van trump, Oi K.i.rfi il ty. (t ri i.i. v.cs is) l.i ii. y. MA0H1 AS C. WIIIIELLi, .,f i.,i.-.:1i C..unly. J"i-rl n AI.EXANliF.ii b. n )YS, i ich's'i.l tkv-ntv ' A1THRNKV t;.:V.FK'., LYMAN K CKI It'll HELD, Of H'.Inif. rvnty CjMrTIHH.M .1 Of THK rriKVMJIU, WILLIAM S V PKF.N ITS3, 1 1 Franklin Countv 'HM, CMMI--IuNER. ALEX ANIIKll S RAMSEY, i if H inlin o.,-ituv BOARD CP t'U"W) WORK. lrU!t TI RK.) Wll.LU.M LAltWILL, (if Ahl ma Co'inty. (rim x cssiv.l CHAKLK.S B'lKSKL, Of ailBIH'S 1'nUnlT. to Current News Items. 1 I ill he . , , ven millions oraoi-i'"- The aulhorities in New York, despirinjr of rmikin up the qeota o, men ,,,r .... j, l,,,n,Ue.l ii nix bnndred dollars This w a lax on the city of el. li.r.1 It will be seen that the drtermined action of the Democrats in the vicinity of Chester, j Illinois, has forced the Republicans to make restitution for the press lately destroyed by a Republican mob. 1.H uemocrais atana upof for .heir rights like brave men, and tbetr , cow.rd.y persecutors .... Da uo-u ... instance. Amon th leadief Republican papers which have tiketi piroond against Lincoln's bloody "to whom il may concern'' letter, and in favor of peace, it the New London Con necticut Chronicle. The Chronicle says Lin coln must modify his position, or he will uot be re-elected. It is thought not unlikely that Borbridjre, by . .i i ' i .:iijmLh n..!. elected, though beaten by the votes of the people. Why record such acts? Why waata time in in I dignant protusl? Words are no match for bayonets I , Sherman seems to be making an imporlan1 movement of some sort, A terrible riot occurred, in Washington, as it seems from the dispatch, between soldiers and negroes, in which two or three of tba former were killed. It seems that Wade and Winter Davis have made a damaging assault on Lincoln, for his refusal to approve the bill for reorganizing the States now in rebellion. The scare in Pennsylvania continnes, and the people of th e Cumberland valley are send- in northward their valnaoles tor aateir. They anticipate another raid on a large scale. In consequence of this stute of affairs, busi. ness is comparative!; at a stand still, uud the inhabitant are suffering for wai.t of neces ary supplies. A Hurrisburg telegraph reports that Ha gerstown is not occupied by the enemy, but tbat a force is at SpriDgfield with an evident design of forming a connection with another body, and make another marchiDg raid north ward. A telegram from the Army of the Potomacj states tbat a Military Court ol Inquiry wili be conveo ed to inqire into ihe causes of the late disaster In front of Petersburg. The total Federal loss in the affair at Petersburg on Saturday last is ael down at j.CIO. A cargo of negro women and children has left Fortress Monroe for Boston, New Yoik and Philadelphia. Mr. Gibsnu, of St. Louis, appointed to of fice by Lincoln,' has resigned, because he can. not aoDrove tha Baltimore platform. Hia let. ter of resignation was respectful ; but it receiv- ed an insolent and spitetut repty iroratne man who reign.-at Washington Starting News from Indiana! We learn fiom the Indianapolis Senti nel, that Guv. JlottToir, of Indiana, is organizing a force of 30,000 men, to tuke possesion of the polls, and control tbe October and November elections in that Slate by bayonets. One of tho filajor Generals whom be has appointed lor this purpose is a scoundrel by the name of Hcohes, who said iu a lute epeech that if had the power he would release the rebel prisoners iu Camp Morton, and put 30,000 Democrat, in their place naying also, that the lamp-pouts of Indianapolis might be made useful in hanging Deuto crate. It can hardly he doubted, utiles. Mor T0 recoil, from his villainous purpose, that this movement will precipitate civil war in Indiana. The freemen of that State will am P.rm ...... u.u.i. Tight, to be trunopled out of existence in this manner. . They will resist the despic- tyrant who is thus forgiug chain, in their very presence. Mo.aissKY. Suita amounting to $34,750 bave been brought against John Morns.ey for money lost at John', faro bank, Fast and Loose. T'ii Ciin inniiti Gazette, of Aug.. till, coulains two aiticles, on" of which in-i-ts on military necessity, as legitimate exercise of power in time of wnr, aud the other is A very indignant protest again t it. Sine the time of Mr. .Facing-both ways, lo"kfil one wav and vowed another, a achievement ot the Gamin lias not K..n .mn.ased. Horeatn two parallel columns, insisting upon diametrically op-, p.ihite conclusions, each ivin the lie direct to the other. This heats the Com mercial hollow. The latter aheet fiequeiit ly contradicts on one day what it had said belore; but it is entirely too shrewd to dispute with itself in contiguous col umns of the finme issue. But we know how to reconcile, those jarring disquisitions ; and so will the pun-, lie when they remember that since the days of the farmer in the fable, very much depends upon whose ox in gored. The idea of the Gazette is, that Democrats should submit to the most arbitrary acts on the ground of military necessity ; but that Black Republicans should in all cases have tho benefit of the law. There is where "Old Truepenny" is, exactly. In the first article the Democracy are arraigned for complaining of arbitrary arrests. Says it... nnettm "thef ra illlslv K'tlOlO tlie v. - -j - j o terrible fact of war, and talk ot measures , . j. n( ;0f national aud individual preservation, R8 if this were a time of profound peaco, Rrilt ti,er0 wc,9 no question of importance bt ti,p 6afeg0ards to the personal liberty f)me citjzen... ffaMff t0 By tUt DMn0. , , . denv that there is any such tiling as military ne ccssity, and they affect to regard the su preme law of the public safety as only the plea of tyrants, and they talk of the arbi tiary arrests aod arbitrary acts of the Ex ecutive, as if the verv terms were a con demnation." The second article is a complaint a- con ttruction he sees fit t put on the Con scrintion Law. The Qatttte now "cal i lously ignores the terrible fact of war," and "denies that there is any such thing as militai v necessity." It is now in search of law that rule of action prescribed by the supremo power iu the State, command ing what is Tight and prohibiting what is wrorjg nd -will not be eontent until it has found it, and seen its enforcement. Gen. Frt arbitrarily, and by virtue of military necessity, holds that the 100 days' men are liuhle to draft, but may be i exempted by enlisting for one yeur. It is in the following terms that the Gazette ignores the terrible fact of war," and "denies that there is any such thing as military necessity :" "But these 100 days' men were lawfully subject to the drnft, or they were not. It they were, by the l.iw, su'.ject to the draft, by what law does Provost-General Fry off-r to compromise with them on a year'a service wheu the draft was for three yers? Gener ous as Gen. Fry's proposition is, we think he will have to oOer more or require less. lie must muke his dish ei'her flub or fleh. Tbe men were subiect to a three year draft, or they were exempt, from it. If subject, he bae no riht to discharge them. If not subject he has no basis tor proposing a compromise w.th them Could anything be more "callous" than that ? Could "the existence of such thing as military necessity be more ex plicitly denied ? All Republicans, who are not fools, must know that their safety, as well that of the Deinoc-acy, consists in the observance and enforcement of law, and ;n the utt(,r Bnnil,ilRtion of the tyrant' of nece.8i Tho((9 wh(J haTe . not brains enough to kno'f it otherwise, will be taught it in the school kept by ex perience for the special iustrtntion of They Dare Not Do It! Just now, while the Republican papers are publishing a pretended revelation (made by a pimp paid by the Govern- ment for the infamous purpose) of organization which he styles the Sons Liberty, tho Indianapolis Sentinel , on Gov. Mohtoh to publiali a lull exposi he tion of the "Loyal League," "Strong Band," and other secret coiiNpirai ies the Republican.. But they will not to do it. Reducing the Soldiers' Rations. Willi The ration of fresh vegetable! hereto foro issued to the soldiers ia to be held for the future. Neither is he to have . , u . ..,r,.. t, ),. r11'" ""'""'-"' hud heana and rice. Hereafter lie can s ,)e t.hoo8aHi bu, . , j It i. a fact thut Lincoln has just pro ble cured a Scotch Tlaid, direct from Edin- burit. It require, a military cap to com- i. .i... t... t.:a Al.A;n IliettJ Ills cusiuillf uu, una im v.u uui.u. r T ii- at home.. lie must contemplate leaving Washington in disguise, as he entered it. A Gospel Minister. So iiouily uiiiveraally liai-o the preach ers of the various churches descener.ted into mere abolition lecturers, that we arc snrpiised aa well an (lighted to find one who ministers with pure heart and clean hands in the temples of our Savior. Such one we find in the Rev. J. I. Swandfr, as the following card, from the Unllicothe .Advertiser, will allow Ma EniToB: Permit me through your pa per to r-torn my thanks to many friends, MeiehWors and members of my church, who have tiiken me by A most agreeable surprise, in presentine roe with mrmey lo purchase my exemption, huviug ben recently defied (or the term ot three years info the military ser vice of ihe Adminia rutioo Never until now have I been able, to appreciate fully the unen viable condition of the niin who ''went from Jerusalem down to .lenco and lell among ihieves'or ci.lc. tv tied an adequate conception d n.imunlan s beneliceiice in luinia- ,l, ,m t r r i i r to hn w.-tins The favors so generous ly oll'.r.d, tin kfiilly received and (ullv ap preciated, amount, in all, to four hnndrcdand thirlyfice dillars I do not, however, riuurd this donaton as an expression ol esteem lor mi personally, so much as a token of appro bation fir a certain cotwne of ministerial con duct v) rue in these mournful dnys of nohti- cal and eoclei'H!iC;d degeneracy. It is with sorrow that tiiey behold the Inrae mioority ol Uo-pel () Ministers preachicpf Ihe doc K .lira t j i rines of hate, coercion and War, instead of those heaven- orn principles of love, compro inise and peace, whose author lived to preaeti, and died 10 practice the Sermon on the Mount Tee eternal snlvaiinn of all men, through the blood ol .lesus Christ, is no longer tbe popular pulpit th' me The ruling topic and only touch stun-, of ministerial "loyally" is what these wnr divines, in thetrenzy of their fatal laiiMlicium, conceive lo be the temporal salva tion ot tlie neyrn lhroui.h the fiowin? rivers of Caueasinn blond. This clerical dance death, while if furnishes no argument what ever against the -unliiue reahtu s of our holy religion, is beginning to create a feeling oi dis trust toward such sanctimonious inconsistency. I his donation is to be interpreted as an ex pression of such d.9gust on the one hand, and a tribute of respect on the other, for the course ot cond'ict whose exponents have be come, deaf to the applause of men and abuse of fools The kind donors have my warm est thanks and best wishes. May they soon be permitted to rejoice in seeing a restoration of the LTnion that was formed out of several sepsrste sovereignties, and whote legitimate hnnd of perpetuity j'j confidence in the integ and fw the institution!! of Sister J. I. SWANDER. "My Lord President!" In a correspondence published in the Republican papers, Lincols is addressed as "My Lord President." Lord what a President ! would materially improve the phraseology. "Astronomers predict that in November of this vear a meti oric d:srilay of falling stars, mi'nr to that of November, 1830, will take place " Exchange. It will not be half so interesting a pectocle, however, as the uisplay of the full of Black Republican demagogues, which may be confidently looked for in the same month. as Jcst how the recently published exposure of an alleged plot to got up a North western Confederacy strikes sensible people elsew'lere may b flfeu in the subjoined referent to it by the New York Journal of Commerce, Some stupid or wily agent of the radicals out. West has discovered a mare's nest, and sent on yesterday a long rittmurole about North western conspiracy. The agent of ihe press in St. Louis, who was victimized by tbe icamp, deserves sharp censure. A greater lot of truth and falsehood was never con cocted for the telegraph wires. It i. one of the old ' Lincoln dodges' to affect the ( bi- cngo convention and elevate the falling. tock of the administration party, but it is so weak an invention as not even to command con tempt, this hot weather. We beg the radical, nut West to take their inevitable fa e with more cidmness People hereabouts view the prospect of the defeat of Mr Lincoln with philosophical calmness and supreme delight. These large yarns abont Norih western con spiracies are too severe for warm weather, and can't possibly avail to change the decree, of destiny. The democracy nre making their minds lo i long pull, a strong pull, and a pull altiurether, and the end is therefore certain. Will some one ascertain the name of the incorrigible stupid who sent this long story over the wires? Is he an Associated Press agent? It is too poorly concocted make it worth piloting even as a curiosity." 500,000. The New York World deplores tbe hesita tion of the masses in that city to answer requision for more troops, and is discouraged lo find that the total number of volunteers cruited in that city during the week ending Saturday last was only one hundred and ihir anly a'x o' of dare n.v... " i. .r .i iy -a. . uiwr. fingje. a mu vw.i. j..i. auf the panple do not respond promptly to call ol tho rreatdent. J he new conscription does not seem to stimulate volunteering Ev- erywhers it seems to have fallen like a blow on the benutnhed sj.irit ol the North, fcvery one aks, wi'h ill-cmicealed anxiety, where these five hundred thousand men to come from, and what is lo be llu ir doom ? When they, like all belore lliein, ar wasted in fruit- less conflict are there to be others called and will tha hideous saerilice of life and and industry ever be slaved 'I Those thoughts that will present theiniehes. These are qiie.tiiins which must be answered within in. ....J .nd abort interval nl frirtv .lava at the end of which the knell will sound, the frightful lot be cast that fcparates tho viwina- child from thn mother the young brother Irnm hia dependent sisler. and sends him lobe picketed among ihe innumerable i.fiaieB nl Virginia nnd .'ii.r.rui lr li.rlt, h.il.a " " " " " The Fire in Maine. Tbe nre in the Maine woods, fanned by sn anl r.n Wednesday last, swei t down n non e - - . - - . little village of Salmon Urouk, twelve mile, . n,,nhon. and des.roverl almost wbal. village, upward of twenty-five buildings, [From the Waterloo (Ill.) Advocate, July 29.] The Newspaper Mobbing at Chester-What was Done About It. On Wednosday last, ajreeably to pievions nolle, the Demccracv of Randolph and ad joining counties assembled at Cheitcr for the purpose ot neroitnding restitution lor tne properly destroyed in ilia Picket Guard of (ice, and also lo tuko secniity lor ihs future protection of property. About 1,500 Demo cratic voters were present, all determined men. Negi-tiations werf opened by the ap pointing ol committees from both sides, that is, Democratic and Republican. The Repub i -Rii C'lmmiitert g.ve their bond to re estab lish ilie Picket Guard as it, was before the liot, and pledgi d their faith lo use nil meana in thetr pnwr to prevent a like occurrence, nnd to make restil'.tioii in case of not being successful ; also, pledging the Democrat office (a Kepuhlican paper) lo issue extras for the Picket Gwird until such time as the materials for thn Picket Guard tome to hand, nnd are put in running or ler. On the olher hand, the Democratic com mitiee pledged Ihuie Inith lor the protection nf Ihe property ol the Republic an i, Bnd to make restitution in case of destiuotton ol property by Democrats. Colonel Swanwii k, of the 22nd, volunteered his services to the Sher.ffof Randolph county in arresting and bringing to punishment all the offenders. These bonds and pledges, covering the whole grounds of difficulty, being mutually accepted, the parties adjourned lo hear some I , rp, 1. 1 J L e.,!.... r sueeuiies. 1 in:r were Kituirsniu uj vwi.mct of c j . u. tk...,. Burin.m and Ifmchlifi. of The Chester Cornet Band enlivened the day with music In ihe evening all parties adjourned, feel iui? thut it ia much better to meet and settle dilficulries in uu amieuble manner than to n Bort lo force. Itw ll be observed by the abov proceed ings, that our citizens ure tired of the destruc tion of property and outlay lately ro preva lent, and mean thut their rights, guaranteed by the Constitution and Laws shall heaccoid- ed them JfcjyTbe Abolitionists evidently consider Ihe white man a failure, says a cutemporary, Well, is he not? The while abolitionists are a failure, we giant. They know it. They are boas tng of negro troops, even at the expense ot white men. lhey are satisbed that the ne gro is as good a soldier as the white man, and, perhaps, better They prove it by the testi mony of all Bcnbblers from tbe front who be long lo a particular school. The purpose is to teach presently thut ihe negro has a capac ity equal to the white man, and that he is as good a voter, and that be will make as good an othce-holder. We are not disposed to cavil at. the position of these white Abolitionists. If any one ot them believes that a negro is as good a sol dter, voter or rffice holder as he is, we admit it without debate; and if the white tnsn can'i do better in matters of government than he has done tor the pa.U two or three years, we admit without dehato that the negro, or the monkey, if you please, can do as well .Some of the pioneers of progress seem to think that miscegenation may improve the race. We grant again, without debate, that it may im prove some white mea ; but would it not spoil tbe negro I We don't know that the white man is not e failure. When werecodect what he once ap peared to be and what he is now, he reminde o. ot a held of grain th.tt grows up like wheal and turn, out ail cheat. Unless the whit man can do better than he has done lately, ia no great compliment to ihe negro to put him on an eniiulny, or even to say he is bet ter. Thar, he might be, and not be much either Louisville Democrat. "To Whom it may Concern." a The administration affects to handle the re bellinn wilh tongs, but, in fact, it generally has to come dowu to close hugs Mr. Lin coin's attemi.Vsto CArry on a correspondenc w th the rebel Commissioners without recog nizing anybody, reminds ns of an incident the early part ol the war. Secretary Cameron wanted to recover the body of his brother, who fell at Bull Run. Ha sent a note into the rebel lineB, addressed to "To whom it may concern. ihe late Oeneral Stuart received Ihe note, read it, and immediately passed back, with the remark thai he was sure it did not concern him at all. up to Tee army of the Potomao ha. been sub jected to a rapid process of annihilation. U the ottensive Irom tbe opeuinz ot tbe cam paign until last Saturday, it. original force has been consumed, ihe re-enforcement which it has received il now fur advanced toward exhaustion Grant is in fact in a po silion from which be is compelled to do Lee's work, and .o long aa he continues to do just so long will he be allowed, unmolested offense, to crush his troops piecemeal against the work, covering Pvternburg or Richmond. The last remnant of our splendid brigades once destroyed, then will the Confederates free to march their well preserved columns dictate terms of peace from the ruins of Capitol. Early's force ia but a sign of things to come. N. Y. Newt. Imputation of Hessians. re on The Albany Argus, in reply to th. question "How Massachusetts recruits ?" saya: -t . q.....j.. - ii - : .. n .;. i.k eAni:i"" .7 si uu.uu n.m i.'u uj.i. cuiijnAuinttTnr the i of whom, it is .aid, was pre-engaged for ' Boston quota by the tiovernor . seems abroad. , This is Hessians, once more, with a ven- geanor Ibe Newburyport Herald in refer- are ence to the same topic remarks : "We wonder where the Wide Awakes 18(11 are ?" The backwardness of the men in ill a State, for, chiefly concerned in getting up Ihe war, now resort to every despicable device to are cape themselves from its inevitable perils, perhaps Ihe most disgraceful incident in history of mankind. It should be thundered anil in ,nuip aura K, aeee. hr..A nn hnn.a, and Where are the Wide Awakei of 1801?- sur- Where are the LnyBl Leuguers? Where the able-bodied abolitionists T Where are il.nan arhn r. for a "vii.oFun. nr. .ae. mi inn -Boston Courier, the war 7" in " . , . , afcaTA man was cnureea oeiore L.nrq aiani- held lor stealine a silver punch-ladle. nrosecutina counsel inveighed bitterly against a the prisoner, declaring that he was an attor- tha ney and bed disirrHoed his profession. "Oh," - i .... .aid Lord MansUeid, "4 don t IhinK ne can th. an attorney, or else he would have taken bowl as wall as the ladle." A Father Seduces and Ruins his A Father Seduces and Ruins his Own Daughter--An Incestuous Abolition Church Member in Jail. [From the Rock Island (Ill.) Argus, July 28.] Levi Ftickinger, of Coe township, this coun ty was arrestod on Taesdsy, July lirtih, by C. Drew, Fsq , constable of Port Byron, on com plaint of two of his nei'rlii'irs, by request of bis daughter, charging bun with incest lie was brought bifure Geo. D. Uoiuiesaad U A Uunt, Justices of the Peace in Port .Byron, and, on examination of the case, be w..s re quired to find bail in the sum ol $1,000 Ins appearance at tne next term oi me iircu.. CourL The bail is entirely too .mad. It should not have been placed at b s than I $3 000 for such a horrible crime Mr Fu.'k-, ing-r is a wealthy farmer, an old r. snleut, a : leading abolition republican, and a professor I ol religion Ilia Connection, are numerous ; and wealthy, ai:d bail could easily bave heeo i procured, but he did rot dare 10 go at large, nd was commuted to juit in tnis oily ny tne j constable, in order to snte him from being mobbed. Tbe letling in tl.ecooimuniiy where I he resides is very irong against bun. and it was with irn at diflii uliy that Mr. Drew pr nted him Irom being mobbed. Ihe people j even went so for as to threaten the constable he did not. deliver Fhckinger up to Ihetu. The cirouinsiunces of Ihe ease as related to us, are ol the tnos1 atrocious character !'ha airl la nnw p.hmit sevenleetl Years old and. BCCUrUi.lg VJ IUW VIOl ir.i, iiinuinun wnr mm committed when she was only twelve years In, ond olten repeated since, i he testimony, wever, did not go unit" so far as this, but there can be no doubt that the case is one of great agcravatinn. Hie girl, tbouih fre quently threatened with violence by him if ! . , , , . , . , i she revealed tne crime, at ia summoned . en. irn(ji enough to reniiHst two neighbors to) quietly have him arrested, and he is now in ! jail, awaiting trial at the September term of our Circuit Court, though we fcur that tbe in fluence and money of his family will cheat thn law of the punishment due so horrible crime. W shall see whether justice will be done to this scoundrel, or whether mondy and trtends ran save the villain Irom the punish ment he deserves. "A Plot!—A Plot!" Mr. W F. Story, ediior of the Chicago! Times, has been charged by the abolitionists 1 wilh belonging to a secret organization, the oior ot which is to estubiisn a Isorh West lonfeiJerttCy, tuid oreribrow the Government. Mr. Story lit the 1 impi, ot the 30th ol July, says prophfttieiiily that be belongs to no ne.' crt orgnntZhtion whntfvr Itishiid for olitionism that it ennnot jiet up a more p!fttif- iblt story against Ucmccrais Imt a luted We chHiye Dr?mocrati to be on thnr cuanf. We never bave known the abohtionista to mkft a sprioua and pnrsiatent charge airaiMt the Detnocrats, such as they are now making, but that they themselves wnre contemplating . t(ie commiRsion ot the very at thpy charge upon oihera, or no me ober of e more i liahoMCAl natnre. 1 uu y laUeiy cbarpe he$t hini'i upon DemocrHtfi iu order to get the eve of the people off the 'ihotiiio-in, that they na? have u clear field. Under th e state ot auair h hohtiun ibis need to be wntcb el the closer. Keep an eye on them and set- it they do not sneak away from their homns and places of ou-unpm at mid nip hi to attend r . . .. n ... . U.yal League or Strong B-nd gathering. somewhere, and plot au'ainsttne Uovernment. They are about adoit nr some despen,te ' - r. r. . r measi res for carrying theelection. Let ihe eves ot the people be upon them and their lea-1 Hers Let Democrats be on ihe alert Fort Wrtnye Timet. in Sr. Patrick'. Bodt Fooxn. While the wo.lcmen eniratfed in llie renovation of St. Pa'rch's Cathedral, Dublin the oldest church in Ireland weie digiting up a portion of the Uuoring in one ot Ihe Bisles, they discovered a large stone coffin of curious workmanship, buried a few feet below the surface.-' Tfe cofliu, when opened, was found lo contain a -Ite.oaof at ecclesiastic, supposed to bave been buried there six hundred years I The skull was perfect, and the bones crumbl.d into dust when exposed to the air. (Jn the lid of tba coffin there was a full length 6ure ... , t . j l of a bishop in his robes It was inspected by some antiquarians, including Dr. Todd, who expressed it as bis belief tbat it was tha orlg-. inal founder of the church, St. Patrick. It ... in nnd nee..rv..in .n-t 1. i. !n ..... e " . ' M. . respect a most interesting relio. When the church is finished it will be placed in a most prominent portion, because there i. no more remarkable antiquity in the building. ' James McHenry, Esq. so, by This distinguished gentleman, tha eelebra ted finaucier and builder of the A.' 4 Q. VV K. R , nrrived from Europe, by the tttaraer Scotia, a few days airo. lie will be welcom ed in Cleveland and all points on tbe Atlan tic road, with ovutions and honors, due to una whose name has become aasoclated with the history of our country's progress, and is pro nounced with honor io the rooital of th. proud est ruonumeut. bf American euterprise.- Dealer ' ' Horrible Suicide. On Tuesday last a respectable farmer ..- ed E J. Camper livinn near Frederica, Ktut, Del , took his gun, heavily loaded with I lartf e shot, aud placing it lo his head, ordered a small boy lo lell Ins wile that he was noin . ti l- ' ic r i.i to kill hiuiselt Mrs. C. immediately ran to where he was, and casting herself on her knee. becaed him to desist. To her franrio inquiry . ... , ., . 'I' ne mere- j i wL, .,h i .h .h. ebiween d ? ' uhq ......-. - - - -. .. w. . - -j the ,T replied, "Do tbe best Joo eah," ftnd Iraute-j uiateiy puiiun tue ttigner, tue ioaa teuring oO ,he entire skull and scattering Hie blood and br.iius over his pour who, who had talleB with " of who es- is the m.. are a JpSyTha Chambersbiirg Valley Spirit, al-' lu ting to the newSeoretary of Ihe Treasury, says be is "the same Fessenden who, on hi. ontrui.ue in.o the Senate, selected the lale Hun. Stephen A. Douglas as the subject of attack in a speech of soma length Mr. Doug las, by way of reply, said : 'Mr. Speaker, the first time I ever heard of thenew Sunalor from Maine, was on reading the proceeding of a Fourth of July celebration of some negroes, in that Slate, held on the rit'TU One vener- aj I able darkey arose and proposed the following r toast : 'O ir wordy brudder, William I'ilt oi i r. - i.u . ..I t, Fesse.ulen a white man wilh a black heart This was the whole of Mr Douglas reply, and he resumed hia seat amidst roars "d he resumed hia lauj-bter." The ' Ladies Porrmo om Hair. A Mile P in Paris, advertises a salve fur the production of a slight down on the lips of ladies, a little . . . , . , . , be moustache. .0 great i. toe tavor tnai sair oot th. tli.uuonlio of womsa i receiving wilh in t rause. q Medical. 'Ms.'V loriyjIIFfl coughs M.Ror Throst, Asihma.ani j n'mi .- ,""uJ"d ,""h '-to.iv.-w. bot, In , &nck and , Mclhflw Covgh Bahnm ''rn.Jll ' I ' 7"'". hrri B,.fl nnts, hat c-aros M.-ht Fi-lt- :ia. Seininc "t W 'l nnd ijan Mt. llent gsrx'a fur r. 'm,in. ,or f.ats Phct Cent par Uu. Kurssic bv mikiihm ar.r Iv. , ml. . ."Lf, wo st Kind of riles. Jhey reeommeDd erery cao ho is suffering to ny it. Ask for . , , Or Strickland ! Pih Remedy IJiVEuYKO.'Y in m cnr-H Dr. Strickland' $ Vile Remedy Kf.il wh?t thOii fiv who hve nftotl it! , Mr. U)iir!f- V . l anH urn, l J.ouih vi)i. nrd Mr. J F 5lnlriyriiir.Uj,ti'; both TO rlirol 4Hr WSjH jn pi if of IV. .Strft klnV.i I'll? Hen f'.iy, 1feo ?ny Wn-y liT triert every. hing bit x ultl obtain no rIitM, out on ft t im oi iiiiKtHPn p rue isemcoy lle( ltd i Sow by fill druRii-tfl, i j rin m pot. Nf. 8 Hunt Kouriii nt.Otii iBnRli, . Mnunfrioturpd al mU 1 itt X. StricklancTt Anti-Cholera Mixture. J" aoomnrilkoof sstrir.e.nts, arriot4cntf. ntimu' Zy- VX-. )rrnaiitut turwol I writer bt loader. . l idhi&ti- w'irri,1'li,',l,n'-'"U' n4-of . r nny n- -avod iho lues ... thorn niptlHl Wll-tr II U,VH ttrA vr-Hlt-a, aot..,,.. 1, rm avod iho hTea ol thounnndM m .iur sibimm r, cttiCHUi,and wt kill puarsntv-c u to t liiv boat rm- ny iu iii" worm lor inm rin a find i - (ilciy. Mr. Wn(Hi,tit Ooviiifttoa Mv,. lin mot hnpf to fMii-i) any oue a t- tl,c viriue oi HUu Mami'i. Ami Cholfcia Mixturr-; in la t w hnvH nr?at num ! r "J iriiiufnialu irom pntt.n who hve l -n cum 4 aitoi Iwinv prnnoun:fa in urni lebv iheir pbyftinan. w m atlertakinx only out I oitlrM Sirit-KimiU's Ai.tf Choi- r.h. !-U5urtrffnn J,ur,,M Hair Restorer. A CARD TO THK 1'UBLIO. mUa.0NKitSff;NClhsreby rtrn their ibacka , X lo Mr Yalfitiititf Fiitrj, Agent, aou ihe (iKUHAMA LI IK, IVMIIUiVfE lilVPlw rtv . r - . hunn m pn.vinM to in ii.c nmoui.i oi th iiuTuri lit nth iif w ltt Uiol.fr, iecr4d. Bid a.rol,f-r Irttilraii InuhU t.ie tl.u I .....111 Ai V. .. . . . . . .,.,,; ;,, u-y i i iTl. He Minu.V,,; t..l; si-lc,An.t te.i o'i the 3d dny ,.i stuy, 11,4, Hkl ,,n d" on'P'' '. Pia u. the smouit r Hip i.iurnu p 31 U v. il.u.fi it ..I.. i... .. ..... licthoulu knou tte i.ot. 1 Oajton, May C4, UM. HAPr.U! s SICUFB. A. UOoiiST. laid ' i I I l'ItOl i:SsIt DG 311'A.VS 1 - ONLTf' GBNUINB HAIR RESTORER ! ! ! ' DISKASE3' OK THE SCALP " milR skill of ilie mmics) rsLOtty iMiertin .iw,e ', J-,?' ""'f lm,,-ni wsjoti yot in.es, I u lai fLhJ. ViT,' oVi &jrtf. JftA" siuuy, de. p r tenrch ai.dacarend iniH.um 01 t'c"Th,'JviJ'T' 1 .".'"' arad ete the ien,o nnd unci r peinioiui t ci te, f1ss m the o!. ftnel eanpruai ta in .141. ' ay e.meei tne most emiaent phtsictaLs. 1 hmede. ' ,ot.a " i"""'" TB1M OF iTtttr ' To Uut peculisr psrt of lli humso tra, and t an . sauai thi 1 k.m . ' HK OHLI HBMlCOlr fln faraa known, that wrtnl l Mrmimm.1 . . tbote lusthioma distftaes of tha aualp 1. a,, SALT RUEPII, a,LIi UiCAU, Avnd other ontsneous di-ee,aad restore he hair lo tnusewho hava heconi. Udd. lo n.aka .(rood le asni rlii.il, 1 will foiled, . . ' FIVE UUJSVkKD DOLLARS ' If I fail to eur. tha wort oaaea ol disaasad aoalps el . tue tonMeal aiauding with iti . t broken; ihe i-umiLRsru itching ention sn, iu rui -Plain I ponabl.; I would apply r.m.dy alter irnu),iut ONLY OKM'UB HAIR HKBTUItKH. ' Rf d iht lullowitii- ' (TlMliminij. of Mil. Sum GouU .' ......' Aiaam, KwTaa. ' Pant. lirVusa: Two years af;o niy tcatp le unia diseased, andmy bRM-commaBud small out vtr? Is,t. Taa uiseae.e.'-a.i aiud aiy somip aa. oat loa.pleia, U!..' 1, Vtl.UI ."'.J inuibl, MJ, 1.11 b U.UI.t 1. W ' only uion etTtaiJ reit. f .1 rontuHd vi)hI (lofi'. rihU'i oi tub niy. i hkb imuiu tu tt lutm IIa( IDS' J diHarewnh hu-h niy v If- was atU rti i nnk t. lt Tour ad.eril.en em and aen, lud. d to ot nsiiit u . you mhd'i me that you nouli erndl. at He di. ss county Jlr'".': .,l"i,''.r.!!!?Ijl'i.',...!!c.?'t anri the reu'ie sre, 1 . hvh a itmni tl.rt I eau ol hair my i'up is kiwuv wii. snu a.) imirawi ceaiau.i . lallom. P.esi.eet ullv ye. im, Ml. umiii,, Uu. :T Hcawli Pearl Ureal.- ' It i-k faei seknoMtedped by sit alio hs. used the i """ ""r "" t-'i-. 'n. " , THE ONLY PRIPARATJOH the oLx PRi-fAKA-non . viuiild .tk'Clna' ly and permanently ra.ore taa ' ""I'lL'ref ibaw'whuar ild,ud prevail. thb hair fkom hAl.l.INQ orr. L Tlielsraa and raeidty isr,rasiuK aala of Kvalorativa is ihe sin. nun akcpiuaiut iuurv.luluun, I will n ake a loua aueuoar: . a J I lUfcULfe wl tue luaauulU bauauu it u Lout.-rriiia upon , . , VfliB HUMAN FAMILY, . , T he ...iiri'ltMreuf the publiohas been obtained, i... .1 the) alt unit, in kiteiini Iu its in. ri. and vast super. t.n t v i . ' ' ... OVKU ALL HIEPABATIONS F.verintrlulurc.t. I do not reeonim.rid my pre,. sr. tiool.. ai. hair tt ,vew sis ke. .n Irelll ne 11 si.v nir.ti, as it ia siuiple impuaitiiliiy, suu tulslly in' cnr.si"lent won in. iswa oi i.aiure. j u mon. . no ar I win r.rr.it ti.eoo (One Thnti.nnd Dollars) if f fail to cure th wore, eases nl piitnal baldness, undar flfieea ears' siaud. "' Tl'lE OKI.rOSN INK HAIR RESTORER. ' -This wonderful m'Vady la ao.l by drugjiit. vner. tlly ir yui)B i.udbuist ha not cot it bend . . . i Foil IT. ' i K B. 1 'urea auarantvatl in tvarv eas. wh.r. tk di r.elion lor i at are luiphritl) oUyed. . t jive (1 .ar boitle, or sia totilrs fnr ffi. PR.'S1. H. A. 1K Ml s-N, .1... Bol. Proprietor, o. a ursaae aireat. , felllUll' . Albany, ka York. , NOTICE. PKTITION .ill' ha pre.aotad to Governor a). . pre' tnf 1 iuliar bAlHABIHB BAOAN. Proiitfli for the irdnrrnf rlaylsiTB BaaaJQ. aow a prisnner iu in. uuio r.ai.tniiary .