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THURSDAY, t i t MAY 3, I BOO. Squatter Soerelaty-a Hot Gradually Developing. The Buchanan admioutfaliorj Went into power under the Bquttr aovenignity (Wrine, or, peoio1ly, tht tha ptopl of thi territories should settle tbeir inter Dal and domeetio affairs in their own way. This was a reasonable theory, and had tho pvty stood by it, the adminiatra lion would hare been mors popular to- day than it is. But tha seem has chn j ed; th pnrpos of the slave holding in tcreU have not been oonatifflaied, with ro gard to their peculiar insiiiutioo. Dcs pita all their effoits, aided buth directly and indirectly by the Administiailon, to fotoe slavery ioto the territories, and to fasten upon the people of Kansas the Le compton Constitution and to rsiablisb slavery there, they have bieo foiled, and we are permited to leam more of the de signs hitherto kpt behind the screen. The soveieignty of the people it abandon- j ed, and with it, the want of constitution al power of Confute to legiblato fur the territories. The frieoda of the Administration are ardently pies.ing the subject now, of the rijrbt and (fury of Congr-s to proteot ' 'property" o f every dvsorip ion,in any ter ritory t tba United S atcs. It will bo teen by rofercooo to a rsuluiion abich we pub iih ioanutlitr oolumn, offered in tlx Oiirlaalon Coarention, tbut this fa likely tu become one of the puiuts nfoom- promise between tlio Northern and South rn wings of the Democracy. The siaceiity of the leaders of the pur. ty with regard to the rights of tho people t-f the territorial, receiving at first but lit tle confidence) from the ntaxsi-i, in low be. ing stiipped of iis Unney covering, by the force of cinumnlances. Tha iouthern wing of the party, and their dough-fared Hies of the North, now oome forward with the tights which they think they have secured under the deuidbn of the Su preme Bench of the United fc'iates, in tin Drcd Scott enso, and ask for "p1 ote t'on their property in the tcnitories.'' Five of tha saves Judgoj of that high court, were pio slarory, and were unani mous in their opinions: the two dissent ing were opposed to the extension of slave ry. The oao that was to bo made of this decision of the Supreme Court, was too ill-disguised not to be understood. The cite of )rei Scott furnuhed a point ex actly fitted for tho position to be gained; and having gained that aland, Drud Scott and his family are emancipated and for gotten. The foray in this taut will le made with tha plea, that the confederation recognis ed slavery, or rather the right of properly in slaves, and therefore, an a legt! infer ence, tha federal government aiiumoJ the obligation, not only to permit the holders of slaves to carry them into the territo ries, but to protect them iboio in all the rights which they claim. This is a start ling position for that pat ty to a-surue at tbie time, contrasted with the dootrines held by ihm in 1056; but nothing be yond what waa to be expected. If then, the right of property In slaves exists, and tbe obligation of tho federal government to protect tbos rights in tho territories, it amounts it facto to tbe propagation of slavery in all the north-weitorn territo ries; and tbe sams may he claimed in the Sinta bow living under Un C.tii'-tiiu-tiorva: and if "Ik people f t!e Writori s, by inaction, unfriendly legislation or other VMS, iho'ild endanger the tenure of such property, or discriminate ayaimtt it by with holding that prote'ticn given to other prop, erty in the territoriei, it ie the duly of the general government to interpoee by an active execution of ill tons! tutional power to se cure the rights of the slate -holders,'' what becomes of tbe rights ot il e prople, and what becomes of tin Democratic doctrine, of which we have heard so much for the last three or four years, of the non-inter-feience of Coogrew in tt-rritoriul Initia tion, and especially of thoir rigM to legis late shvory in or out of tho teritorits, for ths want of constitutional power? Can the freemen of the United Stales further trust a party tbut have tints for feited all claims lo their suffrages? Demoerueva As (l appears in one of its phase , in April 18CJ. Following, is n resolution which was on the COtli picueuled lo tho Charletlon Convention, as the iiubodiraenl of Demoera'.in ShBtimoat, ou the subject to which It refers. The rolution is un derstood to be fmin Senator Slidil: Resolve I. That Teri iiories belong to tha S''Vrnl Suites, aa uuiumon pioporty, and not to the individual citizens thaieul; that the Federal Constitution i nog Dined property in Hlavea, and as such tta own- i thereof it entitleil to e.arrt a:vs into anv lerritO'y of the Uniiod States, and bold them ilieie as prop-rty, in caa the people of Trriuirie,by inaction, ud neml fy iBgiaUiion. or otherwise should endan cer thai lauuri of audi iiropeity. or dis crimioa aaii.t it by withholding that protection pfi'en lo other propei ly m tbe Territories, il ia the duty of the General Government lo interpose by an active ex ccutioo of its roiiHtii mi'Mial power to e curl lint right of alavkholdera. O. Bauatier bovereisnty, where art ' the gona to? CwTBiwa SroRts.Tbe extent of tbe manufacture and ! of clothing, greatly aarpri.ed ns a few days since, when pas dag through ths . establishment! of our awfhapt tailors en JWn atraft-, ' ' 7. a 4,v -'V " . t - From tbf - B. Journal, The DUnulouUte. One of tho moat unfavoiablo illustra tions of the extremes to whieh poli ical organisations may be driven by the in- ivubiiy oi party spins an u ma aemanna of party neoemity. ia found in the readi ness wub whioli too disunion utterancea of tbe Southern leaders of the Democra cy, are pallhtttd and juslifiej by their dependents at the North. The organ of tho Ohio Democracy has set the exam pie, in this State, of apologising for these treasonable declarations. 1 1 bases its de fense ol them upon alleged violations of the Constitutional rights of tbe alavehold ing Sta'es by certain Northern Slates among which it assigns aconspioious po sition to Ohio, claiming that it has nulli fied the fiugitive slavo law by ita habeas corpus act, and by refusing tho usu of its jails tor tho couuoomeot ot fugitives Therefore, it assumes that the Southern democracy are jusiifiod in their declura tion of a purpose to dissolve the Union. Ohio is thus aiaigned as disloyal to the Lonsiiiu ion. anaai occupying an alii tudo ofrebellion against tho federal cov ernmenl. The slanderers of Southern dis- uuionists against the fair fauio of our ntale are rei'erutud and indorsed by the lending exponents of Democracy instead ot bun; indunaotiy rerellsd as tuey xbould bu, by every patitotic citizen ol tha Commonwealth. Tbe people of Ohio arc maligned and traduced by one of thei own nuaiber, because it has become ne- eeaeary to find aome excuse for ihe open iiciisuQ ot me readers or the Democracy every Honest ana intelligent cmzon knows how false these charges are, and n bukea the motive which prompts them. Ohio has done nothing that aha bad not a right tn d in her sovereign capacity as an inde pendent Mate, fche is under no constitutional obligation to provide juita (or tbe confinement of fugitive slave any m re ton n aha is to organize and support a pulice to detect and arrest them in their Uight Irons bondage. Ibe most that sou u required to do oy the constitu tional o mpact, about which there is so much incoherent declamation, ia lo allow the Uvv for the rendition of fugitives to bn fairly executed by the federal officers n pon whom thai task devolves. At tbe some time, it ia one of her most saurod obligations to bar own citizens, who hnv a right to her promotion, to guard against the abuse of any existing federal law by which innocent arties may bath auffei eri. This is the sole objiot and effect of the habiae corpus act, of which complaint is msdo by those who are tver ready to com edn everything to slavery, and noth ing t i lieedom. Without some suohsufe gnaid from unlawful imprisonment oi deportation. there ar provisions to tbe fugitive slave law whioh are justly obnoxious lo tbe people ol oil the tre stales; but it is not necessary nowtodisouss them. Many believo that the law is unconstitutional in some of its provisions, others, while acknowledging iis constitutionality, re gard it ns unfair and oppressive, nol only towards the fugitive, but towurds the free citizensof the non slaveholding States and ell regard it as a bad law. But nei ther the Hopublican party, nnr any con siderable numbei of men acting with that party, have ever denied tbe obligation re lating to tbe rendition of fugitives im posed by the Constitution of tbe United Slates. This, then, ia the sum of Ohio's offonse sgainst ths constitutional rights of the slavs States; and this is made the bunt of justification of the shamelei and con atantly repeated disunion threats of the Southern leaders of the Democratic party. Nothing is said of the frequent "viola tions of the compact" by the alavehold ing Statos nothing of ths tariff nulifica tion ol South Carolina, which was tho pre cursor of the conversion of tho old Dem ocratic partv to the doctrine, of free trade. Nothing iafsaid of the violation of the Mussachusoita laws of citizenship in Charleston, und the subsequent outrage upon Judo Hour, the Commissioner lo Soulh Csrolica. Nut a word of rebuke is uttered against the disgraceful espion age uf the mails, to which newppupera and tren private correspondence are sub jected in tlioir passage through the South- ira States; nor of the worse than Austrian or Italian tyrany of an oligarchy by which the free expicoton ot opinion is :ntor dio ed and prohibited in every slavehold ing Stale; of fif tious aud revolutionary resistance of South, rn members of the House ofllnprestntatives in which they are joined by Northern Democrats loan organization of ibat body, by which legist lutiou waa idardod for weeks, while amid this chaoa of incipient revolution disuu ionistu hold hiuh ravelin the national cap itol; nor of the avowed determination ol Curiv, Brown, Vfigfftll.Pugh of Alabama and ol hers, ot their determination to re sist, by force, the inauguration of a Re publioun President, iu tho event of his election. Uur cotemporary. whose theo ry appear to ba that tho Democracy ran do no wrong, and tlut its opponents can do nothing right, having exhaustedall its powers of deprecation upon tha IteouMi- ctn policy wbiuh ia based upou the idea thai Una government was intended to sub serve, as its paramount object, the inUir csts of freedom, haa iiothinc. except bv way of excuse and justification, to say of i... ... 1 ins uimiuent pouey oi ine uemociacy, whidh is either tooonttnue slavery domi nant in the government or to destroy the government men. Tus Crops Tbe prospects for an abun unni narveai are encouraging, ilio ap pearance of wheat and barley has never been mote favorable on rich alluvial soil Tills is generally true throughout this county; yet we notice on white oak lands, wheat in many places, haa been ma'arially injured by the winter, so much so indeed that fields have been plowed up. In thia connection it ia well to notice ths advan tage drilling haa over broadcast during seveie wialers. We do not know that we havo ever Seen it mors distinctly maiked than this spring; there are fields aide by side, with no appaient difference in quali ty ol soil, the one in fine growing condi tion, ihe other almoetentirely killed, These facta have forred us to the conclusion that drilling is ihe anfeaad sure way of sowing. Apple orchards never presented more favorable appeaianee, the trees are crowd ed to thi ir utmost extent with -blossoms; if only thi' fouith psrt remain, H e trees will be loaded down. Tbla is true in all parts of the county where we have bien, andxif all kinds of fruit, ears tbe peach. - Hamilton Jntllgnccr. 'r.i IFor the Gsiotle end DomooM. Welcome to Spring. BT UBS. A. H. DEVELtlXO. How bsypy and jojous is tha bright, early spring-time! Who does not rejoice that tbe long, dreary winter, with its bleak, chilling blasts and s'.orma is over ...J ,1.. .- .u- .! ; t . .... t o I bi.dsia come; and theroio. of the tuitlo is heard again in our land? that tbe Ud ii... ... der upspringing buda and flowers of va rious tiuted hues will toon again appear, aud burst forth, all bright and beautiful; and seemingly rejoicing in their new life; heir fragrant bloom and loveliness? The apriog1 merry gladsome dawn; we hail its approach with heart filled to overflowing with thaukfulaess and joyl for to n,e there is musio ia its clear, flowing streams; Its rippling, dancing brooks; and I love to traco their winding oomsc and gather the beautiful blossoms that cluster so thickly along their verdant banks; and there is music also in the goutly passing breeze, richly ladm with tbe sweet per fume of tender opening buds and leafleta as it sweeps through tbe crimson maple blossoms or the more fragrant branches of the sweet-brier or lilac There is music also iu the soft lowing of the grazing herds; tbe bleating flocks; in the busy in sect ceaseless hum, a they aport in tha warm, blight sunbeam, content to enjoy the short-lived pleasure of their brief ex istenoe, und then paaa away; in the mer ry twittering of the circling swallows, as with their faithful mates, they curiously weave their little nests, amid the trellissd vines, close to cur cottage door; aud ten. fold repay our indulgence with their oheerful songs, from earliest dawu to eve ning's dose; and also in the thousand othor little voioos, joining in concert, that fill tbe sir, wi.h their swiet, hainionious strains; making de'ightful melody, over rich, ever charming lo (he ear. And those who thus listened lo the en trunoing notes of these sweet choristers at morning's early diwn, wh6ii the air fresh and invigorating fans the glowing cheek; imparting new life and strength, and ao livity to the wasted weary frame; giving a buoyancy and elastioity to the step, a brilliancy lo the eye, and an unwonted cheerfulness to the spirit, have enjoyed a luxury of which those who have dozed awuy its lif inspiring hours, in the close and confined air of a htated room, after a rettleaa and wearisome night, knownolh ing, or can havo any just appreciation. There are many charming and delight ful walks in and around our beautiful city, that all who fuel thus disposed, may fieely enjoy ; but the most inviting and atttaotive of all, it the ono whioh extends west on the plankroad, nearly a mile from town; leading to the elegant residenos of D. Tallmadge, Esq., one of our most in fluential and enterprising citizens, at whose expense it was constructed nearly a year since, as be (aid, for himself and hia friends lo enjoy. It runs parallel with a rich and luxuri ant meadow, containing from fifty to six ty acres, with here and thorsan occasion al forest-tree, scattered over it, and en closed by a ueal white fence, near which is'planted a row of water-willows; which are already putting forth their fresh, green buds; and will oro long make a moat beautiful and refreshing shade for the walk. On the opposite bunk glides a small stream called " Hunter's Run," a tribu tary to the "Hocking," whose clear, jtiiet waters flow smoothly along in their meandering course, shaded oy ta'l syra roorea which have prjudly braved the storms of many winteis, aud amid whoso topmost boughs the merry grcolicgg of the early spring birds are pourod forth in gushing strains of Bwceteat melody; and thoir morning songs of praise and adora tion, go up in one united chorus to Him who rulos the rolling year; and teaches them to know and provide for its chang ing seasons. Dright, green willows also fringe its batiks on either side, and as far as the eye can reach in their fresh, rich loliage, we can readily trace its winding oourse, and deleot the first, unmislsk.iblo sign of spiing's earliest approach, ever oheerful ! ever welcome I One could scaroely bo made to realize from tha present low, stagnant appear ance of the Hock;ng which has its source but a few miles above, and in many pluces seems no raoro than ankle deep aud which could be easily waded, or passed over at any point, and in which, near the bridge, at different limes we saw a huge musk rat swimming leisurely along undisturbed; apparently enjoying the pure, fresh air of the morning. I say one would hardly believe that, in ita onward march to the beautiful Ohio, it could ever become tho awollen, dashing, defiant river that it fre quently does, at certain Seasons of the year, ove: flowing all its banks, and flood ing the country for miles far and near! dushiag on in its wild, reeitttleea force, sweeping away bridges and fenoes, and everything that comes in its way or im pedes its progress; causing not only ter ror and consternation, but extensive dam age, destruotiou ol property, and some times loss of life. The canal sleo liko a silver thread twines ita way ca'm, smooth and placid along the margin of rich, beautiful mead ows, ol highly cultivated garden and fields just ou the outskirts of ths city,' and wo cross it by means of a draw bridge, which Is hoisted to admit the numerous boats whioh frequently to ths number of ' a dozen or rrwe, are clustered near, pre enling an appearance of bustle and stir, whioh at eo early an hour, is enlivening and cheerful; and it often seems thai the moment we step upon the plack boyond, and begin to breathe tbe freo, pure air, acd to catch tbe thrilling notes of the va ritd aoogsters aa they float so graoefully overhead, that a new life and aotivityap , . ,. i. Pera " Pnn "u..'. r , .nA iw' t.K. takm? " the winirs of the morning taking "the wines oi me morning ui - kiDDinir and daucimr linhtly aud joyous- J V ... I. lyaway. if a - - - a, w . . The oxlonsive pleasure grounda at the . . .. j l .it it. end ol the walk are oonsuereu oy an iuo greaU-st source of interest and attraction, and whiob, through tbe inuuigent kind- nS3of our pleasure-loving friend, they are freely permitted 1 nter na "y with this restriction only, that uone wan- ready out in bloom; the birrte seem to in tonlyhaim or injure aught within; and crease in numbers and to sing every the gathering crowds who resort bithor morning more cheerily, occasionally min oo a bri -ht, gunny day, or pleasant eve, gled with the low, aoft cooing of the plain- . . :ai.i!. must cive sufficient and satisfactory ev- idenoo ol the just appreciation in which rI . the privelege is estaemed. Throueh el errant and elaborately wrought iron gateways, at either end, you are admitted upon a wide.smoolh, grav- el carriaire-wav. which terminates in front of the main buildings, shaded on either side by tall, beautiful forest trees, shoot- inz forth it-all their native etrenath and vigor, their fresh, green buds and open- ing leaves, as April's soft, balmy showers- and ite bright sunshine daily warm and pernaps iruo 10 me in some poims e en expand thsm into life; and tastefully or- ttrely overdrawn, or loo highly colored namentod with choice flowers, shrubs and evergreens here and there interspersed; from amid whose clustetinn brandies may be Been averal beautiful, dark, bronaed statut. e. standing out as sentinels in silent dignity, seemingly presiding over nil. Luxuriant seats ore now and lhn placed inviiin.rlv bontatb the wide-spread bran- ches of some favorito tree whore the wen- ry can sit upon, sndonjoy at their losiure the beauty and splendor of the surround- ing scene. Ann.roniU- nnnn a aliMif emiiiftnca At a little distance, in full view before you, rises our boautiful city, with its many handsome buildint;s, its numerous church- eswith Ihevr lofty spires and towers, all lit up with a brilliant glare acd glittering like molten gold in the bright rt faction of the rieiug sunbeams, while the daik, dense columns of smoke ascending iu various directions, and soaring in grace ftil circles above them all, seems to flout away and mingle with the fleecy clouds, hat for a few moment only appear to hover over the waking city; seems to be disooraed by tho sun's glowing and in- .. , ( creasing l .. In thaback-ground, .Mount Pleasanfs dark and rugged summit, crownad with the ever verdant pine, and with its tall majestio trees, and projecting rocks, tow- oooToyai irom ine x.or.aoii wiago hi ,,..,,,., tion, and they aliglitod near FBrnborouifh. ering over all, stands out in bold relief, an Up. ,-.. , , , i... ,i , , a ' ' Inn IKrliL lualnrl I nn uaiira ,nl Alrrhf mm- objeot of admiration and beauty; the pride and boast of our oity, and in front sproad out like a man before us. winds the ail- very canal, the gently gliding river, with i o usprignuy innge! oanas; its nt niy oar- peted meadows, and green fields beyond, through winch the lailway a iron-horse, hnunrla ovar ita aomAnlinn track wiM, ill. ..... a u,UDl Descending a few bteps you reach tho margin of a beautiful little lake, which hat quite recently been neatly sodded to ., , , . pi j tne warn a euge, looaing so uesu, u green, and beautiiul; and though not yet entirely oomplotsd presents a most lovely and charming appearand A choice collection of shrubs, flowers and ever- , .. . . . . groens of different varieties and size, aro tastefully minglod and scattered in rich profusion around it. In thocenlro ofuuu lain of magnifineut beauty and splendor , , . 1 r ' sends up a spray of watir several feet in . . . height, which is thrown iu various duec- tions by the passing breeze, and falls a- gain gracefully into tho lake, with a pleas- ant lippliug sound, causing a ceaseless 1 ' coutinual.on of circlee to recede from it to the ahoie, conscriueutly. keeping in eon- stant agitation its whole sui faoe; a liitlo beyond juts up a small island, crowned withmo,s.coveredrocks.everBrecn8, ferns water-lillies, and the weeping-willow, and on whioli is built a liitlo covert for the shelter and promotion of a pair of beauli- r,.i ....... i in,..,. i,!,.i. . ,.,'. , r't thrmirrli l.)in liifTiinnna nf a irlMtifl u.ara t.,.v - - obUined and imported from Germany last summer. They are of large sixe, perfectly tamo ...4 .1, ,i .u..k i ..'.i ,i.:. ' . . . motions are hi from Deing graoetui, yet in their nativo clement nothing con ox- oeed the case, ths grace, and beauty, with hili it,. hMo amnr.tlilv anrl mninatia. , , ., . . ii alio a limit nvor ita iirri'i! neeaaionn Iv ' . , , bending their long, beautiful nooks to pick up some little moat or speck floating near, aid I could watch dolighted, for hours their 'airy like forms, thoir ,0ft, downy plumage, thoir bright dear eye, nd mo peculiar ease, and beauty of every motion. A large flock of ducks of varied hue, some of snowy while, with tufUd heads, , , ' . '. , . , , . may also be seen floating los.urely about; occasionally seeming to dispute the right of ownership with their mors formidable neighbors ihe swans; who invariably re- . ... .. iresteu iroru ilium ill .auij iubmuuv, u;av - . . . ,. . tug tut. id 411101 .uu u.ou.u ro..- jnev,Uoy ,e won the battlo, John Wor sish of all they seomod disposed to claim, rUsey cut the ropea and let Heenan fall whether from a cowardly, fearful spint.or from ths faot that they boing of high gr man descent, hud not as yet become suf ficiently accustomed to their mode of ad dress, to comprehend or fully appreciate thoir expressed wish, or it might rather be inferred from their haughty dignified bearing, thai their ariitooratie pride would not suffer them to sloop so low, as to no-! lice those so far inferior to them in point of personal beauty and appearance. There is also a pretty little skiff found fas teued to a rock on tbe ahore, neatly paint, ed, and named "Tella," after a BW6et little girl, an eepeoial favorite of her unole T., and many a pleasant asil.Laa abe with others often pnioved in it. on tha Dlacid vV . ing snouia do lacKing 10 compute wo 1 l.t l. 1....L. peauiy anu enjoyment ot an, no una io- . , . . . oentiy uaa an aounaanoe oi usu ot varieu an1 it.pl.ltf I ra rt c nn rtn A ft nm tha ran . ,j,-.- ervoir a distance of some miles above, and piacea merein. Many of the trees and flowers that a dorn and beaulify the grounds, are al live aove, seemingly away in me uisiance th continually adding new charms, and . j;.. .i.i:i.ii..l li.. mcreasiu mterebt vu una uongunui , while the elegant resiaccces oi juessrs Van Tbcmp and Latta of similar taste nd beauty, together with several other cottages and farm-houses that lie within sight wit" their many pleasing attractions help lo nil out the picture. Aid now, dear reader, l win only aoa Uhould you deem this a meie imaginary sketch, or tancy mat the picture tnougu J break away some oi mese loveiy bright mornings from your lengthened slumbers; and especially thoso who eel dom enjoy tha delightful prospects of a sunrise in all its glorious beauty, pai tio ulary in lI,e ""J, "n1 ke for once th'8 pleasura le, and open your eyes and ears 10 118 m"ny charming sights and sounds, and also-a look at the sparklin y, the blooming cheeks, the brightly animated ami onppy laces oi ine mm onts w'10 slmost daily enjoy, and as fond ly anticipate this early walk, and 1 am certain that yon will wish to repeat it a (iain and again with ijereaaed interest and pleasure, and bicome convinced that j!?'0.'8 mo1r9 lrulu ,nd retalitjr in th lifo pioiuro than you wcro at firat wiflin to eekuowlcdge. Lancaster, April 17th, lObO. TIICl'UIZB FIGHT. The long anticipated fight bo'.ween Hbknan" and " Sayirs" has taken place. Delow we give an aooount of the fight by which it will be seen that Ucb wouiunavo won naa us oeen auowea ill . . . a 1 I I 11 . a "lr Plu), Prom tbe Loudon Daily Newt, 18th. T,aic Pri:iiT.TliA lorirr-nrnini'tflil fiirhfc betwee Heenan and Savers took place yesterday, By four o'clock in the morn- ing the visitors to the scone of action were I 11.11 Vi ' a r uleg durinirwhio" Iblrly-nine roundswere fought. Sayers drew first blood, and Iwenun claimed the brut knock-down blow. Sedid not show any signs of punish I manff hut l.m 1 1 tr It t, arm vna mnh mini e(1 by hil Btlempt 10 ward off Heenan's tremendous blows. Heenan once got the champion a head under his arm, and soem ed about to strangle him. The referees subsequently quittod the ring, and de dared a drawn battle but two or three lino 10 skirmishes were made, Heenan seeming indifferent as to wbethor te hit ur "a sreoom'9- . 1 ho mob of pcoplo at the fight was im meBM Loni; befoio four o'clock thia (Tuesday) morning, London Bridge 81a tion wua literally besieged by spectators witness tho tight, and at balf-paBt lour precisely the first special train was dis- patched, conteiniug about ono thousand porSoDe,, and after traveling for about wo bourn aud a half, arrivod at a place oulled Ash, near Fardham, where all tho Pop got out of tho train, when, after crossing sevcra fio d and ditches, they -. 1 , 1 l: 1 arrived at a snug meadow, in which a ropa ring waa formed and prcoiaely at 7J o'clock the two men entered the ling, when the Beneoia Boy approached Say- er8T,mi B,,ook 1'?nd 9 warmly with bim. T ..UK rarrn Vlvnanntl Tr unAu lite 8i p M.Thcre j8 rumor ,i.is mort- ing that the men will fight again, but nothing authenlio has transpired, and there has not bceu a meoting of thspar- ""y; Atjril 23 Tbe T5mei. i,,. correspondent says: "1 visited Heenan last night and, found him most comfortable and in excellont spirits. He i anxious to fight Buyers as soon as poa- siblo, if ho is not satisfied with ths present . ... . . 1 . result. The indignation ot the Americans hftto, and, in faot, a large portion of the British publio, is loudly and vehemently expressed. "The ring was brokon into by a pack of thieves, who used the excuse to rob every onCi It WM W8n kDOffn that Ur Hoonan would not be allowed to carry tbe chumpiou belt out of tho country, and the Englishman who had bet their all on Savers, aa soon ns they found that their . ' . . champion was losing resorttd to the most m(,aDSt ke0ping Heenan back and pulling bim down, "A meoting of the Americans will take P'ce iu London to-night, and you may expect to see some controversies in the newspapers. .iiTt George Wilkes will demand the belt for Heenan, aud will furnish tosti- mony to prove that he is entitled toil: Of ono thing your readers may be certain- Heenan s rights willl bo properly attend, d t and hi(J jton wif, b maiDtaill. Ufj to the last." The Tribune says. ''A gentloman now the St. Nioliolas, and who witnessed the fieht, says that when Heenan had got 1 0 , . i .t . a. Savers Into audi a position '.hat he must to the ground e- fnHB HAM MOJITOS FARMER. A newananerde- Toted to Literary and Agriculture, also aalllug forth full aorouula oflhene Seltleoientor llauraoa- ton. la New Jersey, cau bo subscribed for at only ti cenle perannuui. loeloae poatageatantpafor tha amount. Addreeato Editor oflha Farmer, rlammontoa Foal Orace.JeSer aoo county. New Jeraey. Tboao washing cheap land of tha beat ouallty, la one of the kealtbleat and moat delightful ollnieleo In the Union, and where cropaare never cut dowa by frost, the terrible aennrge of the iiortk,s.te adroituameul of UaotuivutoD Leads. Charleston Convention Proceed- Intra. The Democratic Rump in Session Cor- ota Joins the Seceders Arkansas Fol lows Suit Tennesiee, Maryland, and A'orth Carolina Jietire to Consult. Ch aaLisiosi. May I .The floor and , , - , ,. ,. ,, north gallery Of the hall were lltOially iniiniui.H .itl. lo.-o. ..J .1.. ...i. . 1 " 7 """i uu aouut suu " Kwova noio uiaaeeti Wlta BDOQia r !' w ii b 1 1 1 n i n a .......... j I . I 11 toia. The President, table waa lined Willi OOOUeia. a.. The seats of the seceding delegatea rr., A " " v'v"' ,BU,e Hie (ieortfia. Yiririnia. and North H-ir. fill,l a ih B.,..tl, r.i: olinadeleiratesweieTn their ata The Convention was called to order at flaw.. Y a nan pisi ten, ana a prayer lor union and harmony Was offered by the RcV. Ml'. In- .. .-. ger80"- Mr. Kichardson, of llliuoia. ennuired what Was tbe business in Order. 'PU. T-.:,I...-..J .L-. it. .iuo i loaiuaiiioimcu mitt tureo separate motions to reconsider the platform rCSO- j - . .i r . , lutions were pendinsr at tbe time of ad- journment yesterday, and that Mr. Mcr- rick. Of 111., Was entitled to the floor. Mr. P, dn n,r rf 0.. tA . qucsnon eiaimi' mat me Ucorma celeira- UnA k i I....:.. " ,i VIUU KHU UTbU IU OUAIUUO UUllt. Ul MIIUU B IIU I had passed a Scries of resolutions, the hrstot which instructed the Chairman of the delegation lo Inform the President of he Convention that they could no lonccr participate in tho prooeedinEa of this L r. . . .r. .""""fa" v ,". I TnnVAnMnn hA nrlilafl lhaf inan ibmiIiI ;,,A uun "ivuuian. rm . . ... I .u. iw,vimiuu oiuncu uy it uuio-1 gates, tour more subsequently seceded with them On tbe ground that they felt i , , ., ... i. , comnelied to iro with tha mnmnlo VArUt other delegates remained in ihe Conven- . r . . . 7 . J e lion. Arkansas then presented their protest and withdrew. I Mr. Irving, of Tenn., asked leave thit delecation lo retire for the puroose nnnanlulinn ui'li innu f ll.n ..i . .n " ...... "V LU u w. ai.w IGklllUU I J.. r.u cs i. u..Tuuol, , a uvi iiuu ui an. xvouiiuoav ueieirabce 1 a . i : n r H. . J i . -- i - - I annauQced that they bad no desire lo re tire. The North Carolina dolernt'ion asked , , . , ,. leave 10 retire lor Consultation. ' Mr. Cohen, of Oa. one of tho remains ing delegates, proceeded to address the Convention. rorn early manhood he hHd been in tie from ranks of those who .1. , .,, . " uauuiou luiouiaat ui iuo ckiieurast Heel oftheS atea r v ua aohonK vet ha ... here after a majority of his associates had retired. He bad been induced to re- main' Here in Hie nope lliai ino Cup Ot :i;-.;. i m i . a coucnmt on may nol lie oasnea loine eartli; WOllSC lie Was With those WOO bad retired, in sentiment, he had chosen to remain, and make an effort for peace and union. 1 hero waB no division of aenti- nif.nt nl. Ina Knulli nnil ll.Awn ..... l.n.1 I T r. wa uuu boeu any division, except as to a' qUCS- lion of time. The South ia in earnest. rr U . . a a a . lle COIlId BAA in this divimon anrl Hiarmo. tion of the Democratic party ,a ripple that WOUliI Swell tO a wave, and carry tO the Prcsideniial chair the arch fiend of Black Kepublicanism. ,,. a, i . i UlS appear tor conciliation and COm pro- mise was most impressive. He concluded " 1 ,"""'" anotner iqhim. by declaring ho would remain in the con- Jfan waa matie to nionra. vention Until the Inst feather Was blaOed . SJJ Inimitable Robert Burns, and toe greeti .a,. ii . h 4 .1 i V ii "'""""'le no doubt ho aa right'. There "a no on toe camel S back, and then he WOU d eaaonoftheyearwhlrbper.one aro more liable to- he amona: the roremost to eave t. M. ri . i . ,. . r. rlOlirnoy, Ot ArlC., SaioT lllS advice was never to dve irp the bIiid. but to Call up the crew and fCe the Storm. He had been reared among tha institutions, and believed shivery a benefit lo master .J All w. i..J .i if UIIU DIHTO. .ill, IIO IIBU IU tue worm was the product of slave labor and therefore I.A triauruH I n taraa dIiada n .... ..... 11. i.w .luavLv uu ca .wiv Bunuiuivu. &iu believed thai hie Rmthprn fnanila lmt uenoveu ina Ills iSOUinem rriendS had acted Wtong in this matter. Ho believed thal thn ?.nnli oannni Kn nnU ,1,. lliai llie noutll cannot DO nniterT OO the grouim lliey nave ISten, aurt t iatt lCV "'-i " " "y wi una a aura unro ror t'.ia-b- . v ' . , . ' .1 ' ' ''". -aaeiii, If. The only object of the Will OOt DO sustained by tbeir COnStl'.U- advenlaerlneendlngtheprearrlptlonlato-beneaithe cnts. Mr. Montgomery, Of Pa., was Otiposod to these speeches on either aide. If'thcro were more ueicgaies prepared 10 leave, lot them go. They have all made up their minds, and wo have made up ours, and we wish to proceed with business, M.-0 a new iDoimomeier nas Deen in atM . .1 a a vented by M. Victor Beaumont, which is said to bo far auperior to the mereuiinl thormomeler. It consists of a strip of sieei ana one oi orase soldered together, and Dent in the lorm ot a segment of a cir cle. Brass is affected twice as much as Hteol by the temperature, and hence, by graduating tbe movements at the end of the oompound strip, the variations oi tern-1 poratuio are recorded. 'JOHN'"LYONS,' a- nir a az m: uti AND DKALKK IN FISH. SALT, BACON AND PROVISIONS GENERALLY. WOULD say, that he la now Oiling np Slock for llieSPKINB TKADK, aud In a few daya will be prepared toaupplylbeirarmerawlth Kiah from the .auruiurn uiaea. tiriiigoii your oncun, which be I aaea in oxouange toruoouaor payauaah udoalred. A, naaiaer, say i.ruM era auu 1 cau than any house that doea a general credit business. But I will say lo all punctual paying cllltena of town, thai I will furnish Pass Booka. and ma their accounts for thirty daya, at tbe end of which time will expect the miioy. JOHN LYONS. V. 8. Iharaforaala a SURVEYING Co Jl PASS, TKH'8 DKAPf INO lNSTKUMKNTK.all of which 1 mi, .,,0 iiiinioinums. ni.n.e leu set 01 tJA kkn. I will sell terr low. JOHN LY0K8. Laiicaalai,Aprl 1S,I8C0 Sml job Lioaa. naar Ltna 6a SOI A KB racier Ing and opening their spring Hock (ooda embracing all Ibe new at) lea of Dol.iinos, Cliallios, Paul do Chcvrcs, And the moat fashionable styles of Silks Wa keep on hand constantly the celebrated A mo,' keaq, Wauiaaulla and Arwrght PrlnU. Our alock ol Ladles Shoes are aecoudtonvue and wtll ba aeld cheap. Ladies Gaiters forfeit Gentlemens Ox ford Ties'or $100. ' Oar Bonnets are Ihe vary latest out. We cordially Inrlteour customers aud frieada who waal goal bargalne in call and aee as. AprlHlKOO-tf. DR WAGENIIALS nAS remorod hla office to the HhnfTor Block, two doora South ofH.B. Hunter'a Drng Store. Hesldence McoSeld Building, Northwest cornerof Main andColumnue Streota Laaeaeler. Aprils, IrJnO. 3ml DISSOLUTION. !3m Hlparlnerahlpjierelotora existing between tha nameof Hl'NTtiRtk llAUOHKRTY, waa on the nnderalrned. In the nractlee nf the Law. under tret day Of A Dill. IrtttO. dlaaolrad h annlual oon.anl The undnlahed liualneuin tha hands of the Srraat lie dissolution, will racelra the Joint attention of tha members titlllcloeod. H. H. HUNTKR, M. A.DAUOHKRTV, April U,IM0-3w3 JV.HN A. HUNTKR. Crap, - Children trt oftoa Mlud Terr tuddoDlT with Uria dlMuo, which, tr nol qulokly rallavad. prorsi fatal. UKsueralljr attaoka children In tha night, aft, hmlnaj Daan BUCI axnoaad ta damn, iwilfl bIdJ. ikMi,.h ik dr. DamphouMa. wat foal, thin -.1 .i..ik.. . n."l '"U.1 !'' "ii'aUoe, mar oaca.ioi. ""v, j"K:uiiuruaranaoiaiooauaaB ,l?lh dread oomplalot at atlma whan you laaal MM knt'tla pat alwaja a doctor eaabaeallad or a n' imody round, aud for thlaraaaon wa would adrlaa jou 11 . .tin u I in.ni a i..ni j.i . . . w .. . .1.. .. " .7 ""'7. io out a douio oora ..r eaaa of croup, irukaaitin..r.d mpiiuwa..oumun lotHlllR;,l.onTUItl00,t;0Qgha . church dupobt. Now York, In' BI.OOD FOOD," which for Con.omptl. and Chrou.o Idlaaaaea laaaure remedy. Uo not bt out off whs priatora.and alaoao aaraola for"OK. BRONKllMm f.'i"'?!"' 11 l2,cnDo1 fet llieiD In )'uur town. U f ewvej urvr.iMijivn.e ttpthb great nRAWHArKmn...n..mi... '""""'""ae South and Weatern country, U tha fcarthoy hare of the Perer and Atue-the moat dire- ful of all dlaaaeea. Kiory day wa hear of penona a- , :." ln. nort ' 'he at demand lor a remedy. Dr. Hoitettor haa pfeeeuieanieunuttHKATSDHTOMACH HIT I It US. where curatlre oowera for all Hi....,.i.. beet unlveraally acknowledged. Tha Blue ra- prepared after a looceiperlenee aud deeo aludt hara receir.dtueeiicomiumaofth. mn., .X. weean aay la to try tbent, and Judge- for themaehrea f!,JI")r - . oiarpmlsle and doalert aeneml- . ' wiaoineee, iieaaaebe, tec. eymptome of aome olhoreomplalnl; auch aadyapep' Th n.n. .1 l 11 ... ;Th 'Ml "L "D S Ujoua circulation; hence, a atream or ruah of blood tw K L7.e&VX2?,2 ""I? ofgh,i,nd.,T!r'01"0"1"reo'i,llnt ""' aull. rhua it will be teen that all the .ho. ninfM-v i.,.A..i. ii .t.i . r: rr ' Dr. MOK.SE'8 INDIA If ROOT PII.I.H ant ..tnAl.i4. rf , h. , h. . ,k. . r,7rt ---- - - .'.!. .u. win muruuKniy DQrll-V " - wiuuu,anu imiow tne atream outiifnuin - .nJ rmn,,.. .TA. !''" obalrucUons. Thoy ebould be taken erery nl(dt In aulSclent ouanl Ilea to operate brisk It bv L.vTm.,i. i.i, 7Z ..m. : r?l IV? ." i I. " --""F"- Otl a-Olna- in hnri Ik... IU ZlS, W.I. .. hHrM. Hnnllnn. I. Ilk. ... . . 1 aeeln aa before. Continue In tike manner nntll th. aommence-anln with tan niiin.j 'ift'JSf.S.?'' ,11 fklani iMn" W.Oihiont of our FRB8 ALMANACS, and read lh bbw a RK of a counterfeit of thaaePinYKLLOW Liik ik. .i...i...i u 1 .u. i.j " w .',lr " " .i,II..HIUVI LI. J UUIlf 11. OD CIC BOX PrleeiS ecnta. Br.Mor.e'.lndtanRoolPllla..0Ml...il-i..i. i - a.....-i . . " - - ,H Mvulvuar Aprils, idoulma Br. Hoback's Tearlr Reawrne, Diaaaai Etrattco ranar-nii Bnoos ar Pa. Roa.ca'i ."?nl".Ari.4" '" 1 fcuow of rouneen hu- ureu auu uuy-one peraona, aome or whom hate been given orer by phvalclana, who haro been radically SJ&!?J&? L"!X H" en"ecl- Among Idem, aacopied from my record' Uaiiam; as scrr, i. ii .dun.-. 7 scro: T.' nV I?H?a?fTH,iUedll',y;.l78.ea!?,,,.D,l!.bllH'ri m Tet,er f ndolherdlaeaaeaolthetkhi; M FH: SI5 Keer an u ranoui oiteaaea. 1 hare now over 4 JSWI ref rnsemeDt. lmSi. Head Thief TBraT'sMATrf ourei br Indolent Tumor, and aol-aa cured by Traak'a Ma- DaUniiiliiini. Cancer, cured byTraaf. Mngn.tlo Olnlm.nt rOelaecuredbyTroak'Mgnetlc Ointment- Ball Hbeura cured by Traak'a Magnetls Ointment'. Itch cured bv Traak-'a Mas-nalU nlntm.na Km pllon. cured by Traak'a Magnetic Ointment. Kuad advartlaementin tbla paper.- .ir resvoreu oy irasK-a Maguetlo Ulutuient. apr3m3 TjlARM LANDS FOR- 8ALK, 8S MH.KS from Pbll- I1 adolphlabyRallwad.ln the State of .Now Jeraey.- HdII among the beat for agriaullural purpojea, being a- a,-."- uiie wi.ti chij utMiou. ino isnd Ha Inrire tract iltvldArl .nm .m.ii ,. k..j...a &&rB ,en Tl climate Irdeltgliirul. and aei-ure- TiV within four years by InaUlmenla. leave Vine Hired Wharf at Pbila Kvi Ull r-.. . Ii . s i if . , u "11a1ii'aat7H K.t.r ..-.... iui iiBiiiiuuiiKin. ranureaa n.j.Dx nrt rirt- fcy letter, Harmnnton PoetOIBce, Atlantic counly.New 7'" ir' " . , . ,n"n iM. ."".' th "ud-- pnenanaeaoflemperamenmhe damp and aluah of dlaaolving anow, added to Ibe folllea of many fashion,- .ZL'"!!. PH"" Rlont8lr," and the question u anawer- if ..ti,f.ctioT. ?mZ!ni&Mir' n'i"i,r'epi nruggiata in ihe Union. JtySoeadroitlaemeiit lo another column.--10 TOT."! i mm. m..l. r. i . . . : ' ' 1'i.i.u.u., mi.vr uariiig auDorea auroral yeara "IUl ,0,r?r -""f '. and that dread rllat-aae,. Oonauinptlou.-laanxloua to make known lo b'a fol' '0,?-"ul,re'a the moonaorenre. To all' who deaire- 'V ho "'end a copy of the preacrlptlon need iru ,f eor-a ,) with cllrecllona for preparing and uainglho- the ik. nimcicu, ano ne nnpeaerery safferer will try his re mo ,,!"r' fartlea wliUIng tho preacrlpllon will nl ay, aa It- will eoal them nolblnr, and may prove a blea- eaiw DE. HOOFIeUTlTS GERMAN BITTERS, A!rD DR. IIOOFLAND'S BALSAMIC CORDIAL, The great aftmaW mtdidnti of Iht frtunt age, have acquired their great popularity only) through ytari trial- Unbounded $atirfac Hon it rendered by them in all ctset; and Un people have pronounced them uorthij. Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Jaundice, Debility of the Nervous System, Diseases or tho Kidneys, and all diiiatte ariting from a diiordereit liver or veahuit of the stomach and digestive ergant, are tpttdily and permanently cured by the GERMAN BITTERS. The Balaamio Cordial has acquired a reputation surpassing that of any similar pre paration extant. It mil cure, wituoct fail,. the most levere and long-standing Cough, Cold, or Hoarteneia, Bronchitis', In Omnia, Croup, Pneumonia. Incipient Contumptlon, and hat performed the most astonishing curts. ever known of . Confirmed Consumption. A feu dotes mill also at once check and cure the most severe Diarrhoea proceeding from Colo ik thi Bokku. These medicines are prepared ly Dr. C. M. JackioH k Co., A'o. 418 Arch Street, Phila delphia, ra,, and art told by druggist! and , dealers in medicines everywhere, at 75 yn( per bottle. The signature of C. M. Jacksox Kill bt on ths outside wrapper ef each bottle. In the Almanac published annually by the proprietors, called EvKamout'e Almanac, you vUl find testimony and eommeniatoiy notices from all parti of the country... These Almanacs are given away ly all our agents. . Bold by KAU PPM A It A CO.,Lancaater,Ohio. Auguat S,18 lyis '. DR. J. C. HAmiLL, OPP1CK and residence the aamea raceullr occupied by Dr. H. Scot Ion Broadwoyaone aquare South of - "llaraet Honao. ... Laucaater, April J,ltiltf Pleasant Township Seminary. riHB Annual Term of the Pleasant Townahlp Sml J. nary will cerameooe with HON DAY, A POIL.Mh, A. D. lHou, and consist or 40 weeka, dlTlded InloThrea Beaeloaa.ea followa: Kuuimer Session, from April thatth to Juno the 39th ltMi. TweUa weeks tuition, (s. Vaoatlon 9 weeks. Fall Beeeton, from September Ird lo Ncrember S3ri 1800. TwolteweaksluUlon.ee. No Vacation. And Winter Session, from Norambertheaeth,fl80, to March tha leth, mi. Sixteen weeka tutllona,e. Trp Boarding w IU ha rnruished by tha Principal at J per week. JOSKPH PKBMAN, Principal. Lancaster. March JS, 1M0Iyi7 - - ' . PBRR0N8 WANTING CHANGB OF CLIMATE FOR HEALTH, aea adTartltcmenlof Itammoa- M aMuiu IW wuvauv. viiiuia.a