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DEMOCRAT. f 1 THEUMON OF THE STATES-ONE COUNTIiY-ONE DESTINY. VOL. 1. LANCASTER, OHIO, THURSDAY, MAY 17, 1800. NO. 7; (Baltic & democrat. MCOKW C Mom, EDITORS 4 FROrRlETORS. i w OFFICK Tallraadge BlockTUira Storyto tUe Left at tlie Head ol the Malra. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. TheGaiBiu will b. published cvory Thursday, c the following terras: .- On. year In advance J After the expl ratio, of 6 mouths . For leu lime lhar.ooo year, at the rat. or. . 1 5U per annum, but Invariable lu advance. 1Q"N discontinuance untllarrearagea ro paid. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. A sonar, of 10 line. orl.si.one lusertloi Three Insertions ' , For each additional lusurllon " All advertl.eii.eni. rimnlug lew than Hire, mouth., cbareod at the above rates. 8 3. Wo"''- One square Two Thre. Four One-fourth column Oue-lliird One-half " One column 93 IK). .. 5 UO . ... 7 Oil. .. 9 (III. ...1Q 110. ..li! 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KAIMSV, Office Puli.lc "X'Je-A. J. DUmSE. Office. VuMic nuildlne. Trswursl P. C. HKN UlUM.Offlce Public Building Rtcordtrt . RYHBKT, Office Public Building. Srer-E.S.UANNU.V,Offlco,Talliuadgolllocl(, 8 cJH: SH.KFFER. ,e.ldci.. Msdlsontp. C.mmf.i.i.acr.-JOKfcTH SHAHP.of Bern lown ahll). I'ANIEL COLLINS ofAmanda Township. tk.ol Ei.ail.rr.-WM. V VVHITSEY, JOHN WILLIAMS and Kev. J. F. flMNMUM). It will all be right In the luonilnj." BY n. v. Tavtoll. When Iho bounding boitflf thehonrt of love, And the springing (top irrow.lowi Vhen the form ol a lou4 In th. blue above, Lies dark on Uioaath below, Thosonglhtth.siiig. IslostVna.lga, , . And he reluriiawhere a slarls dawning, Andhelhlukt.as It gladden, his heart and his CJO, "It will all B0 flgW In tbu morning!" Whan lie "strongman armed," liitheuiiadl.-watch, From life', dim dock is gazing, Audatrlves.lhroiigh the wreck of tho tempest, to catch A gleam oflho day-beam's blazing: Amid th. wild storm, there hard by Uie helm, He heeds notlhe dark ocean yawning. For tlilasong in his soul not .orrow can whelm: "it Hill all no rigi in xuo uiuiu'iib When th. battle Is done, the harp unstrung, lu music Ireiubllug--dying; When hi. woes are unwept, and his .pens unsung. And ho long. In Ike grave to be lying. Then s Vol, shall unarm. M II had charmed beforo He had wept or waiting the downing; 'To do lovether. for ave, I'll be thine asofyore, "It will all be right ill Uie morning." Thus al'l through the world, by ship and by shore, Where tho mother bonds over Tho cradle whose tenant has "gone ou before;" Where the eyes of the lover Look aloft for Hie loved; whatever Iho word A welcome, a wall, or a warning, This Is everywhere cherish d, this every whoro Ucaro, "It will all be right In 'be morning! THE COMING CANVASK-.THE l'llOS PECT. Although it is undoubtedly true, that revolutions never go backwards, their progress is often retarded by temporary checks which impirt lo them tho appear ance of retrogression. Such would be '.lie effect of a Democratic success at tho next Presitleniial election. A Republican vic tory wotilh savo time, an it would hasten the period of tlio ultimately inevitable as cendency of Republican policy. There is no foundation tor tho opinions of those who view I lie question of success or fail ure next November, as determining the permanency of the present organization of those opposed to the extension of slave ry. That organizatian is based upon an enduring principle, which tho accidental supremacy or mutilation of panic's cannot affoec. It is only a, question as to when this principle shall become opera tive in ti e administration of the govern ment. It lives in :lo hearts of a contin tinually increasing propoition of the peo ple, who mako legislators and rulers. Sooner ar later, it will be vindicated, mid firmly established by their votes. Yet there are substantial reasons why success at nu fatly day is desirable The triumph of the Republican party will bring peace to the country by put ting an end to the slavery agitation. The rights of the sUvcholdiug section of the confederacy will be respected, while- thoso of tho free slates will be secured against further encroachments upon the free ter ritories. The Homestead hill will I'lTeet ually put an end to the territorial contro versy, and us operation will bo equally fair towards the people of each and every Stata. It will open to the uou-slavehuld-cr, and ihc pour white man of the South, a new and tsure way of escape from his present hopeless condition of social inde pendence and inferiority. This class constitutes by far the largest portion, nu merically, ol the white population ol the Southern States. Tha whole Republican policy, in shun, so far us it relates to the territories, will be to secure the ascendeu daney of the democratic clcuient.orcr the aristocratic element for in fact tho con est for possession of tho territories ha been between these two elements. This point settled and the slavery agitation would cease. On the contrary, it will be perpetuated and increased in bitterness, by an exten sion of tho leaso of power now held by the Democratic party. Tho same poliey which has produced tho limitation of the past eight or tin years will prevail, and will coutmue to produce the some results. The Southern wing ol the democracy, controls not only the party, but those whom tho Prrtv elects to tho 1 residential offiee, no matter from what section tlicy may bo taken, or upon what declaration of principles tney may stand, li is uie dominant wing of the party. In the Presidential elections it now lurnishes all the Democratic electoral votes, except Uoseofoiio or two doubtful northern States; and no cau lilnte can succeed who is not acceptable lo it. In Congress a majority of the Democratic) numbers and Senators are from the slaveliolding Stales, lu the National Cabinet, and upon the bench o the Supreme Court, there is the same preponderance of thoso represent ing the Southern wing of the deinocra-y. Their counsels must and will prevail in didates for tho nomination before the Re publican National Convention, and their icxpec'tive friends,' will b) actuated by a similar spirit, we tcly confidently on the assurance of success inspired by the be- liel that while it will bo impossible from tho incongruous elements now seething at Charleston, to produco both a platform and t candidate that will harmonise the democracy of both soctions, a cho'ce wili bo made at Chicago which wi'l be accept able to the great body of those opposed lo the slavery-extending policy that has so long controlled the government. 0(o Stale Journal, iSih. From the Cincinnati Commercial. Worlds on Fire. Eds. Com. II the paragraph in a late number of your paper, taken from a Mos cow paper, entitled "Star burnt out" l ad been dated April 22d instead of March 3d, as the night on which it occurred, we should have believed that the same phe nomenon was partially seen in this lati tude. r' .1.- ..!-1.. ! - A -M ftn t UD lllll Ulttl ID UIIL'MLIOII inniu Ellis Thomas, a worthy farmer who re sides ten miles north-cast of this city, (Richmond, Ind.,) arosa from his bed for ihepurpoeo of taking some medicine at 20 minutes before 2 o'clock. As tin re was considerable light he at first supposed It was alter day-break, until approaching a table he was surprised to seo the window light reflected upon it, in which the shad ow ol the sash was very distinct, and ns the light came from the South-east be at once directed his attention to that nuArtcr of the Heavens, to ascertaiu its Source; the moon being nt her chango at onco preclu ded the idea that it was lunar in its char acter, as it is always dark at that particu lar period. Tha object sought was soon found in the shape of a red dish of light ns large as a dinner plale, fully as well defined in its outline, and resembling in every re spect tho sun when setting in a hazy at mosphere It was perfectly stationary about 20 deg. nbovo tho hoiizon, though it gradually diminished in sizo so that in the space of a quarter of an hour from 20 minutes to 2, wlmnitwas urst eoen, it was reduced to the dimensions of a star of the first niKgnitudo, and Gve minutes later wholly disappeared, without any ex plosion or motion whatever. The light emanating from it was sufficient to cause a glow in all that part of Ileaveps, though no luminous spot ol tlio similar appear ance was seen at any other point. This description was obtained from Mr. T. whon at his houso a few days sub- senuenily, and was fully corroborated in every particular by his lady, who also observed the strango phenomenon. MUiti.nKit's lonixfi. Snmmer's coming. O'er Hi long Imprisoned artli. 11 ues of Paradice ar. po-plrijr. Where tlio reS linri. late Wtiri, i.,.ii,g, Vuung birds feel tlmlr failicMl nirm; lloauy bseaare siifliy hummiha;. "Hutuiuor'a coming, summer's coming." Hummer', coming. On the lazy pacing eloods, Swallows, In the soft air sallinr, Twltlsr lotho 1 1 ft) I winds, wniling; HnttorQIes fors:iko their siirou.l,; Tardy beetles thus are booming, ''Summer's coming, summer's coming." Rummer's coining, f Whero the ocean heaves It. head, Kunny snakes, from broad savannahs, Seek the lily's opeu'.ng banner., Kai.lng from the r!verr bed; KarUt and sky say, throeirh Hie R-tooming, ''Suiuiaer'a coming, summer', timing " Sunshine In tbe Mouse. Thiiddeu Hyatt 1 Jail. Mr. Hyatt has just been visited by hi wife at his rooms in the City Jail. Ho has ' furnished his apartment in elegant style, and evidently contemplates a long tairy. II j may as well brine his family on and keep house, for there is no mora chance that tho Senate will back down Open your windows, and let in the' Nnpli-a it lusurrertion. sunshine on your children, and permit i Tha cruelties and oppressions of Francis (ioil'e air to visit cvrry corner of the i.ouso. ;the Second have at last driven his subjects fu-h out of this in-door life and covert; to insurrection result which was clear nature. Get into friendly argument wi:h ly friseeu by all but that second Cali iho i leircnts our body was made to gula. his iniiiions and backers. So far, live and grow in the open air. The light the accounts icceived ar cx eedinvly cold, heat, wim!, iuio, were all mad for :nigre; wh.lo ihey appear to have bn it, and you for them. Nature a little go' up in the interest of ilat y ung tyrant, from it position ihan thors is that the sun rougn ai iiisi.-Out a most Meadmst lrend ami iieno fan te r. lied upon only in pari. v i 1 1 (nil fiom the cky. When the sura iu time of need. If vou can refiesh your J The movem-n'. began on the 4 h or 6 h jiner weaihor com.-a on, and the wretohed H-url and body by tome daily experience . instant, al Messina, on the island of S ei-' jntl b.-con-s a literal oven, Mr. Hyatt will of nuttir.il beauty in reality your home will ly, the tel-graph rcpr. n-uting ir as a mere jat leat disrov r '.hat he has chosen a very become a new p, ace. You will be sur- 'iot, caused by certain "rough" nf that : bitter alternative. It is arg'icd that the prised lo learn what a cloud ol little fret- pla e. The (.'oven-meni. hu ever, view-' newer i f the S. nate over him exnirea on j fulness ar.d liny auxieties and piekly ir- ed the matter diderei.tK, for large bodies; the fmrth of Mar h. 1361. The Rcpub jritabi'i.hs will be overcome bv this eim-iof troops were iiiMamly disp.ucii. d l" Mean- hav alm.rg unanimously repotted .!.. ..n....l.. tl'l. i :c;..; t .1 . : ,- Li .11 1 . , , r 0 Ti S UA l.!n . ,1.-.;n..ll . 1 . . .1 :i'";"""u. " "-li juu iiw 111 in-inorii !-. j, wnrie inaurreciioii wasnpr a. i-,111a! Mr I vail (IIU not I11IIOW tlio course xt is a oao viitng, pny aieaiit . to snut tlio Iliaj.m u ... ,.1 ,!,.,.,, , . ,. , .(. 1 ' . i-1 sunshineout of . the house. Whatever i V. "I " '. , .!". , , a. ? """"" ""Ul:5' -' protest light el te 'klic f rel'"W ' &' l rh i1"10"""'' wisnin lo raspeveryl ody aDoul ; maue m me eity 01 ispks vtnul l apjieai and irsiny, though i;ey respect l.iru for Curc.r,kl.e. o rr igw a - aim igni" LrHairast-mble. sensitive 10 every jest ' to have been may possess in the church, the worst her-'.....I f..i:.... 1:1. .1 . ,, .V.i.i n. . v - .- . . . . .. . . auu ivcini iiiiq me eiii-mj aim out i-iiiiu: nu.,-ni 1 , . !. .1 . . aoBuruuy we commit wnen we build a uiirnediaifily sutipreseed. l it rourafe and endurance. Tho Demo- jiolitan army constats of about 'cms will endeDVor to naake canital out of ...1. l -ri 1 . 1 I . 1 I I . .1 I . .. I 1 - .- ... .. , . a w w iioih circiu, uou r oiaze away into a mis- ,uno humth hiiu tony inouaan men; oui me ici of nig remsai m testily, and X . rtblo war of adjectives, that you will many o the pni,t'i(al ofiicers are known j hear lht Senators lik- Mr. SeWard ex- iwtra - pre. s the opinion very licely that, as a n!iic 'matter of policy alone, every Republican ... -... i.ir w .i.ih h ... . I , 1 1, a ....... m , .1 , .- i ., - . , oiiwcomiu juui iiui., ituu run tim iui mi ii.,-., to wiiiiou-m, ii mo inoui ; wu.i nan uen iimil-u to couio uere o lilt) shine, und thtn cover all those windows lt.. i ..1 t, , . ., .. i ,.,.,,... ,..,t 1 .11,1 : e. ... . i , n . ; i . ... . I. i . ,. iiwui. irt naiure niowanu kiiiiio uiruuii j;" wmr iiui'i iiie'j uwu iui n rw uiiiiiiiii-a euuu'u uve invent 11111 vviuenci with impene rable drapery; and carefully I llnJ ,,ro ,h distempered body, und ; weeks, ihere can be little doubt yarding ' in "with alacrtty."-CVm(.W Stm bring back tne whol, !ummate,l bjhcoi vu wl aruaZMj ,0 f ee w (irit : tha UliaI rL.,uh AuUri, i(I , -j york j otL w.in.ii me region o.-vm IMgni. wet br- . Mlltt1Mj ,.l,;i,lrn readv lo loan Ii her h.,rmn in,,, a.iol.om . ftpaifliSt . vnt4 will nil rmt m. niiin nnnikfif 1, ; tftU in lu'liftlf .if H.,ti, ir.t turn a a alia 1 ' Tlic XfttTUvn frn r.a tup XI iv Tliftf. been acoubiomi-a lo do. -V. . W. i8 the mother who u ouliU the man iaa 1 If t . I a 1l It 1 a pacei.ign. roau.iun oi winuows, iu-t wi ull,.:,, in . lp. . , ,, - r,nri b,. h;..UlIJ , ;. tn iho admirable contrivance tr, cath andt,e . wy ', m, Volir .....t .ion of H.ancis and ihe niie.tlv inline imprison the cheery hjht and royal sun-Li,.,i ... r.. ... i. i.;..!. t, n'i u- .i.:.. with out. responding to the iadint soul with ! in. will seem a heaven, whoro the Al never uaik our slims editoreal ,i. . .i r i' o . i uo luns "i uvu vvj. uvi. ui vui ii ic IIU o in- I ,:r . 1 1 i , j . . ... .. ni uj ti u,j w ijin'-c, nun tuui miui tomans anu soias, or flops our w ay 1 ; l. ,:., ,i .-,i ,i i- t ., , i j- , v , , 1 , illuminated with thi! sutii-hine from inioui'ii ineii otiui iiiriueu pariors, wan out an involuntary prayer for sunshine. . -... i:..i.....i . I . in vu o .,Hw..m ..i..., mu ni.ioii ior; ... ,ri .... . .;;) , Ii:k,..1:n . .. .ii t .. -i - i.. i i n - your new catpeu uui is nut tne uamasa ...j , . . .. - , in your cheeks better worth preserving be,.ed!ciioi.s. inan mo colors oi vour Brussels, uo you . . fear to subject your complexion, dear Miss! Tin: miiiivi ii. to the trial of tho bold light? Live in the' ',ho Rl,T' s'l"u' Sl"1"'' " ' l""- li..hl mill vnnr iv',11 l,n..r.n,n o nnvf nf "''ced tla. fullowing aoiilu-t l!.o u.l Waulifi.1 in .11 ... : mi ll 'i i j Iho KliglLh language iiaiuiu, uuu iiu:uiuui6e win nu na What Did the Democratic Party Pie Of! The journals of the country Bro holding a post-moitem examination ovei meuumo cratic party. All sorts of opinions are ex nressed as to tho Cause of (loath. Tho ver diet of the majority appears to be, "died of Douglas." Onejournal.howavcr.thiiiusi , erjart,n,.nt of the uovernment, so -I .1.. n.,l...nlh nahlllrll' I . - .. . t, ,. ,, i.'eritiu.eol beautifully illustrated by the IiE-1'LTS OK AN UNCIVIL It'. ICE I'.XAM : - , , is.tnos. Old I'r.le63or S. was one . f fo l0WnS recor !' ' ob-crvauoa of a shrewd dwt-ll, : ihc instiuclorsat Da Unoulli Ui,...e years Iwiiler: perennial ."S0- ani' w wi1'11 a' oui as blunt and i Wi.er. I lived among the Ci octair Id ! snaitforward a spe. iincn of humani y as d'ans, I held a conv. rsation with on of ed, b lovely ! hues and forms. Our women do not sus-! pect what a terrible retribution they pro- j voko, by thus living in a twiligai hot house. They lose all the vigor, elasti city, loveliness, that the natural air, und warmth, and radiance would confiir; and from beautiful human boins, tslida down to a sort of semi-vegetanan condition where the sharp Leums of (he sun stream through them, like a ghost, and they ap pear likoa fOit of underground, livid, sein ihumau creature, that has' strayed out of its cellar, lo wauder, a dim unreality, among men. Don t be ulriad ot nature; she is your best friend. Uut if you pro poso to "cut" any fiiend, pray lei it not bo this same zalous dame; for in any con test you may provoke, sho will assuredly conquer. We believe a good deal of the spiritual gloom in the house comes from this ulie- aiion from -nam re. l liousaiide - und tens ot thousands ot women ' in America are Willi a aili'iil u u I h.Ol tin :,,!. I niorn , Whii li sl,,wly wakus whllf ull luelL-ld aro .tilt, A sooltiinij calm ou overt lrczi l.l.orne, A gravorinuriin r gurgle. Imm tho rill, And echo aiinwcr. from tlio hill , Ami softer .iicMiic liiu-t Imiu the tliuru, The skylark wnrbleslu a lone l.ns klirill , lluifi light scrone ; aacrod Sabbath iimru. The rock. Host silo nl by In .try drove.; ThOMiina placid yellow liintr. showB; The gah. thai tnlely sillied along the grevo Have hushed llicir downy wing, in sweet repose; The hovering rack of cloud, forgets to move ; o smiled the day wlieu the llr.l mum arose. Another .'rie fifht IVabiiblp. A Correspondent of the Loudon Times 6ys: Ytblerdsy, Friday April 20th, Sayers, iu company with Mr. Dennett, visited ihe s'ake-holder, and afterward drove oil in A -in.! consid re l a 'We th. ir Drinuii a men in re-'ard to their .crabbed by intimates. Ono div, in tn picgress iu the arts of civilized life; and 'al ly summer, he was lading his usual j among niuny other ihi.igs, ho informed ; stroll arouuil the village. k. inn' his "eve jiiie that al the start, they fell into a great oui' for any "fast" Mudnni whom ghl be!mis'ale they only s-nt the boys to school, lull-duty, when heciiaoc-d to inert Mr. jThe-e boys came home intelligent men, j I'uge, a stutdy farmer Iroin Emt llau ver . t.ut they married uneducated and uncul j with a load of wood, iruug ng along the jtivated wives; and the uniform result was, I dusty sitcct, bare-footed and coa'less; but! ihe children were all like theii mothers. he was a tia-sp-einien of 'nature' no I The father soon lost all interest in both Ibhtmoii:" "Hallo! Mr. Page," prowled wife and chddren; and r.ow.xaid he, if wo I the l'i njjrssor, "I bhou.d like to know if j would educate but one eUss of our children. ! all the pi-ople at 1 ait Hanover go bare-1 wc shwuld ohoose the girls, tor when thy foot?" '-l'art on em r'o, and the resi on j become mothers, they would educato tbeir . 'em mind their own busiuess." was tl.e'sons. raihcr settling reply. - This is the point, and it is true. No -n x- ,1. "V.t r,,, ntition ran become fully enlightened when tTV The New o.k 1 ost of May has mol,lel g are Dol in R d(.gree lified the fullowing: jt0 discharge the duties of the home work There are five hundred and ninety-four of education. , Mormons at Casde Garden, two hundred ' " ' . e . and ninety ol whom will immediately pro- 'ket Skati -n Whilo a fashiona ceed to ti'e Und of ihe saints in Utah. j D'" 'onvenaiione was being held in tho Thev l.tiided bv the Vaminr-ih v..ir,l .i Musie Hall ot New. alle, England, re- cub to the Waterloo-bridge ataiion for Ep- having lift Heir homes in the Brit'iHi'i iccnlly, h malb:ious wig called one of the T aiiwTnm ,..,! 1, il... ..,:,. I Isles and Germany to eniuv ihe 1,1. !n'-t exteiisiv-s ladies aside, nnd told her 1 1 f . l 1 1 l ' . i . ... o ii n rw, .rrturtri ao.ivat tSut o ,,fl,ov n.r .i r l,f .-m ... i.i ln .1 '"0 ..Hinuoii paradise in -art Liiao L7ltvl .v., ilinr it died of the nineteenth century; I another says it died of old age and goner al imbecility. A very religious journal suggests that it diod ofa vistta ion of God for its manifold sins. A Yankee says "the Little Giant sot on it, and killed it.' A wag insinuates that it tumbled olf ihe platform and broke l's neck. A Southern er says it was strangled while trying to swallow Squatter Sovereignly. A North erner decla-es that its innides were burnt out by nninjudiciousaitemptat firo-esting. A lawyer says it died of the Died Scott Decision. A delegate to Charleston says it became insolvent, owing to the hotel extortions of thai city, and soneludi-d t; commit suicide. Another delegate nays thev went to Charleston wiih tho motto. "Douglas or death," and as they couldn't rt nonriLAs. thev had to "kick the buck et," as a matter of course. Cinciuiuti Vommcrcial. More 1'iecious thau Rubies. Would it not ploase you to pick tip strings of pearls, drops of gold, diamonds and precious stones, as you pass along the stieots? It would make you feel happy for a month to come. Suoh happiness you can givo to others. How do you ask? By dropping sweet words, kind remarks, and pleasa&t smiles as you pass along. These are true pcaris anu precious eioueo, which can never bo lost, of which nono can evor deprive you. Speak lo that or phan child ;'eso tho pearls drop from hor nheok. Take the hand of that friendless boy; bright diamonds flash in his eyes. Smila on ihe eau ana uejecieu; a joy ui fuses his cheek more biilliaut than the most precious stono. Ry the wayside, amid the city' din, anil at the fireside of the poor, drop words and smiles to chocr and i less. You will feel happier when resting upon yort pillow at the tlosfl fd. than if vou had Dioked up a score o I perishing jewels. The latter fade and crumble m time; tue lormer grow unn. er wi h ago, ind produce happier reflec tions forever. Xy'Mr. G. has spoken ill of you," laid a gossip to bia friend, a man who thoroughly understood the world. "That astonishos me," was ihe leply, "I nsvor have rendered bim any service. , a-Weak doses of wash boards ore now reoommeoded by physicians for la. dies who complain of dyspepsia. Ypung men troubled in the same way may be eared by a strong application of saw-borne. 1oiil os iho parly thuy tfovcrii bus the conirol. The policy of the dominant power will be to recognize B'avery us a national, instead of a local institution, ll will iusist upon the admission of slavery into the territories, and its protection there by Congress. So long as this policy and these demands are persisted in, so long will ihero bo agitation and Siictionnl sirife. Republican suosess in November is impor ant also, in the cll'ect it will have upon the future chaincter of new States which will apply for admission during the noxt four years. Under a Democratic administration, New Mexico and Arizona will, in all probability, come in as slave Slates. Under a Republican administra tion ihey will bo admitted as free States. In ihe litrht of all tlu-so facia, no Re publican should shul his eyes to such considerations of expediency in Ihe se lection ol a Presidential candidate, as in volve no sacn'Goo of principle. It does not necessarily follow, because the availa bility of diffcreul proposed candidates nro examined and compared, that their Re publican souudnoss is lo be ovorlooked. Of two tnon,b3th eminent for their politi cal services, and equally faithful as repre sentatives of tho doctrines of the party, one may ba vastly tho stronger candidate of the two; and tboio could bo no possi ble impropriety in governing the choice by suoh a cousiderition. No doubt, ihe Re publicans will bo thus governed in their action at Chicago, none oi tnose nameu for the I' residency have any claimt upon the nomination. Such we know lo bo the feeling with which the Rcpu" liians of Ohio indicatod their preference, for Gov ernor Chase. They will urge his nomi nation on no such grouuds, but because they Binceiely believe that ho would be the stronsest, and, to the umjoriiy of 'those opposed to the democratic policy the most acceptable candidnto that can Do A Propuecy Fulfilled. In the Ilii nois contest of 1853, Mr Douglas bad much to say about tne Sbctionality of ihe Republican party. In roply to one of thoso t;rudcs, nol always expressed in the most becoming language, lion. Abraham Lincoln used iho following lcmurkable terms : " I ask his attention, also, to the fact tha; by 'ho rule of nationality ho is him self fust becoming eectional. I ak his attention to the ta-'t that his speeches would not go as current now south ol the Ohio river, as ihey have formerly gone there, I akk his attention to the fact that he felicitates himself to day that all the democrats of the free stalos aio agreeing with i im. If he has not thought of thi?, I commend to his consideration tho evi denco of his own declaration on this day, of his becoming sectional too. I seo it rapidly approaching. Whatever may be the result of this ephemeral contest be tween Judge Douglas and myself, I seo the day rapidly approaching when his pill ol sectionalism, whicU ho has been thrusting down the throats of Republi cans fur years past, will bo crowded down his own throat. bi14iii.ihIh,1 in a .'iiiriiioii paradise hi n;t L.IKO Uliyi ' V - - BUSpuiUOil lua. - , .' Ic Mi.n .n hrl roV.url nr.Arti.I marrnnt v. ,,.vv....u v.. ,v,. (, , . ! ; miurr me nouiiuibiruiion Ol wie 1 ropDCl. ' "' v " . j. l practically as ignorant of tho physical, "'"id'W wUh a lather.) support underj Jiler j;UM accopip.nies the saints on ech 01 the ' b.autiful chandeliers, world in which they live, as if they were it, and a Blight scralch on his lip, it would I theii nilttrimai'e. It is the fmirtli .;,,' which would cause the steel spring skirl born and bred iu the planet Uranus. Day 'never enter the head of any one that helhe has cros-ed tho water on asiinilar cr-l anv 3 passing near them to bo in-. in and day out, Year by year, they plod ! ua i,. ,l. i,:, ,i. n :. r....... Hind verted by the power of attraction ! As the Monotonous round ot in-door expen- , , , . , ., ,1 The eml"rants are of all a-ves and sizes ,anv on8 might conclude, this profound as -.11... oiwutu iiuiuuihiii vuii i icn liuuia u r-- i . , ,, fore. a lew hours b- Soma suggestions have ben thrown ence, while within they aro engrosi the cares pleuNures or languors ol home. They leave their own threshold only to cross that of another house k-cpor, or to be immured in rail-car, steamer, or first class hot-; or look on nature from ti e windows of their carriage. It is inevitable that such narrowness of physical hfe, and perpetual association with artificial ar-1 mediately subscribe 'i toward one. rangements. should have rrarred the body iJUiun up to the time I am wriiin and mind, ihe former quite losses :is imaginable. They represent nearly H ct was soon known to every lady in the tho trades, and Quite thriftv. Tl,na win, room, and produced a gieat sensation out of geltirg a subscription for him, on I do nut go on to Uiah immediately willamon!' tne werer8 of steel-ribbed gar purpose to prosoiithim with a 'oldenbeltj'seek employment in the States. moots. During the whole evening, no. in k i? . , 1 1 .i i .ii i! lone could b induced to venture near the' and Bob Bretile, who l,,s now the hand- A gay marriage recently took pi' ce mediums of light, and several timid fair someBlono in iho wmld, expresses a 'iopo m Beirut in Syria. The partitswere lhaions departed for their homes inttanttr that it will be carried out, as he will im- Ameiican Vice-Ccnsul at Beirut. Dr. R. When the hoax was proved lo be uch, the No;-'' Lai clay, of Virginia, and Mim Louisa -storm of indignation was worthy of wo- j llaiiipton, the niece of II. B. M.'s Con-. manly lungs; and had tho wag been with-. I Kill III. .iMI Ilvnlm. A (tt-r ll.A lv.t.1, lint. t. 1,. u..,ll.l lull, nn',,1 -ar1v Int. 1 luwxn ...ma I. . u li t, ...it I i. .. ,,.., i , . ., , . 3 ! subtile itdiustment to iho elements, and: . -u '"LD' ! ceremony, the budal party, including the his amuseo ent. bocomes an iiriilioial body, always at odds;fl",n' M 'om ,u" llllV0 tJ P'odu-e a sur-( olhceis 01 a british man-oi-nar, mounted with the rest of the Crealor's universe. ' gcuti's Crr':iCr.ate as to ihe state of his arm i themselves upon gaily capirhoned Ara- The Louden Times, in alluding to the JLff The Hauly Riser. It is arc mailable fact, and well worthy tho aiteu liuu of youth, that nearly all tlio eminent men whose habits have been mentioned by the historian or biographer, have been such as gave but a small portion of their time to sleep. The man who contcuts himself with seven hours sleep in the twetitb-four, from tho ago of twenty lo seventy years, will actually have gained, four entire years and two months over his sluggish neighbor, who devotes nine hours to this purpose. A period ot time long enough to nequiro u liberal educa tion. . . SST Tho Virginia Republican State Convention, at Wheeling, was largely at tended, representations being present from nearly all tho counties in tho State A full delegation to Chicago ws appoint ed. Speeches were made by Uou. I ran ds P. Blair, jun., of Missouri, and Hon. James Wilson, ol Indiana. Kepublican ism has a strong hold in Western Virgin ia, and iho party is now fairly orgauized iu that State. Tho mind inrrows, potiilies, becomes ja ded and confused, and wanders amid a hopelors labyrinth of petty cares and in- liisguciunt anxieties, invariably tlio ru stilt is "doom in the home. Tlio husband is compelled to live much out of doors. He come in, bounding with the cxhileralion of brunt1 iug tho open uir, his eye pitched to the horizon line, his step iirmly planted, as treading the Solid earth; ultogeiher another kind of creature from the pale, nervous being who pre sides over his household. What can bo tho results but endless bickerings, a n'i never-ending, still-beginning disagree ment. It is us it an luhshiiantol the up proceedings of the ni'-eiing between the backeis of the combatants at the oflice of Bell's Life, says: I'eenan's represen'ntives put in a claim to the silver belt of the Champion ot ting-1 lurt'' Afler breakfast there wie speech hind, which they consider was virtttalTy M of onurse; and it is unnecessary to hay- lost bv Savers before th- h'.dit wax Ktnn- ped. Asa niMler of course, this claim is j tu utterly repudiated bv b-Hers' friends. whili 7An eutertainment was given by the bia n steed-i, and, prcc-ded by the bride in (South Carolina Press on Siturday Durhtio a sedan clnir, went lo it hotel for the iheir visiting friends of the samo profe9 brenkfast. The flags of England and A-: sion Every se lion of the Union was ful meiica were fes ooued about tho hall, and ly represented, about one hundred and fif the wedding-cake, a mniister four le-t in ty uentlcmen being present. A pleasant height, was similarly Jecoiated in minia- episode in the proceedings was the intro duction of Hon. reruando Wood ot. .Now York. . that the Anii-iicaiis were uratorical van. well forward in the Cliampion himself at once suggested that, if l.e least doubt existed, I I cy had b' tier fight again. This wa also ropos ed with equal alacri'y by lleenan's friend", and, for a lime, thero set-mi-d every pro- IiyMr Thomas Hamilton, a storekeep er in Newport, R. I., having missed bank hi Is Ii oui Lis drawer lor some time, to per earth should attompt to consort with Lability thai another day yyeuld have to acrcaturoof some subterranean world, ib named for a final conUt-t when each There is a perpetual repulsio.i of blood, man was well. After a while, how-ver. nerves, spirits, The man seems 10 his PlIlKTRATIOS OP IIIK M IND W)0 C1I) ' contemplate the wonder, the leauty, ihe j niitutcd a senrcli and discovered lh theif vast uiilily, the beuevoluu.f, the indeccii- j was a mouse, which had taken away iu o.tble liln-ss of this organization, and not 11 jibout two hundred doliais all but feel that this vice of intemperance, which thirteen dollars of which was iu ft worth- aims directly to dustioy it, is tlio arch-! less state. itbombinalioii of uir natures, tending, nut merely lo creai6 a coiillii t between the niccly-ndjuited principles, but lo assiuo i. i . . i ., aueuorKpritboeiue,, 10 prevae, ana me . -. - . ... . . fi'ienilsot bothtiien gradually (..vw unan Ll8UJ4,. 'j Cj.r.,lv. over (he heavonlv , - imous in their wishes that the iillair nti'dit be teitled iu a kin! enfeeble partner to partake of the rouga. boisterous noiure ol "all out-doors." bhe shrinks from hisencrgetio life, as she cud dles away from tho wind and the sunshine. The woman appeals to hor pnrtner effem inate, fluhililated ill body and soul, inclina ble of soiziu" any object of life with i Eventually, n kind of understanding to this fiim irrip: and l.s shrinks from her as elVct was come loon lo;J)sidcs;aiid though " ..... u:. .f il.:..- an I pure; to convert this so cuiiotisly-or- tor way, and that the1 ,. ... : .... ,i- .,,.1 ...,i ..,, lice aoartment." itii i ... t Miiiu iui a uiouititivii, t"i hl ? r irmn-. urlm lidil fiiruaitlit ii.varl flicii im 1 ... . 11, l I . ...... ....... : ....,. i li , 0(vn , ... mm Hi i he Ufa" itwcu. iiinei'in uouiati uuu eiiuur-iiico mi wen might not be obliged to fight again. stT ''Ciesar, dis chile's gtvine to Wash ington ply for oil's ob de Government." Well, what ar you trying to get now.eh? Ise guine to ply for do post of sexton in do post olfis apartment.' 'Sexton of post 1 os, sab; 1 Perry de slavery ol giovclling lusts? E. EcerlU. yA western paper speaks ofa man who "died without the aid of a physi cian." Suoh instances of doath are very rare. selected. He has not sought the candi dacy by auy act of his own. He has been plai cd-in that position so lur as tno uo- publica.is in Vino couiu ao it oy meir own spontaneous and decided expression of nrefoionco. If the Republicans of oth er Slates, or a majority of them, shall deem it advisable, through their delegates at Chicago, to unite with those of Ohio in nlaoinc him in nomina.ion, he would not, wo presume, (eel at liberty to declino iho honor, and ihere is no reason why he should do so in advance. If, on the oon traiy, a difforent selection shall be made, ., ' it- IT 1 :i, inero is oo man in mo union wuo win contribute more cordially or more effi ciently to the sucoessof Republican prin ciples, and of the candidate representing those principles in tne coming contest. Believing that others who will be can igr The French, Swiss, Belgian, Can adian, Spanish and Italian residence ol the city of New York have established' a "Political Society," wiih Republican prao ttces. Resolutions wore adopted, recap iiulating the harmony existing between the platform of the Republican party and '.he great 'principles of liherty, progress, and encouragement to labor, which uiider lie all truo Democracy. as - Qoino for Wadk. Messrs. Hickman, llaskin, Forney, and other Douglas men, navo said that if the Chicago Convention will nominate Mr, B. F. Wade, of Ohio, they will support him. This is regarded as a strong argtimont in his favor. This, of course, indicates Mr. Hickman forVioe President. So says tha Washington cor respondent of the New York Times. XJTA frequenter of publio di iners com plains of the overwhelming amount of dry toast. fiom a precious bit of antique China, or a mummy-case, that, brushed too roughly will tall to pieces. Oui of this natural repulsion grows ihree-fnurtlis, of the difficulties of family life in our country. The plain fact is this, and tho sooner tho young women of America learn it the belter, that ihey have becomo quite too nice tind ovbr-rcDned of. body tor CoU'.paniotisinp wuu Amencaiii men. To a certain extent, man tun By in ' pathizo with physical debility and duin- tiuess al struoiuro in uie Home, jjui, when woman'B life becomes a long wail, or too often an intermittent 4a7 of bodi ly vexation and effeminacy, not even American masculine nature can endure it It is boginning lobe suspected, by the men of the Republic, that this almost unWorsal weakness of their wives and daughters is not so much a misfortune as a crime. They think thai if woman in our land, with more comforts and larger opportunities than her sex ever before cu joyed.cannot keep her own body in friendly relations with nature, the fault is her own For our pirt, wehiive done with India- orminato pity foi tho physical ttilmcn's oflhs womenfolks. Certainly w shall never want compassion for the haul lot of tho-class of women, who, in poverty and care, toiling themselves into, the grave. We can weep with the victims tf heredi tary dobility. But if any young or old ludy espocts excuse or sympathy, with her thousand self cteated ails and effenii nacios, ehc must oall sjscwhurc. no details were settled, tlre s-ems little dnuLt but that the malt, r will eud where il is. The English papers generally, however, while lauding the 13i nirda Boy to the skies for the pluck and "clever hilling," aiv exl-austiug their inventive faculties in ex plaining away un leaeni i l.atures ' lh-luoue at all." tight. AIIbiiWsui'h agree ( that neither of the lombatants wore 60 ba lly niaiig'td as at firs' lvpresoiited, although Seyers' arm is fturs da combat. t crusty old bachelor says: "Tell me thou mighty dei-p, with waves so blue and cl-ar, is there a good lime c ming when hoops will disappear? some fon igu rock bound enure some inland far awv, whcio those tremendous stn cl hallo -us shall all he stowed away? The mighty deep wiis riptiled by a hu den hii nail, und answered (Jowly aud sadly, Oh, un, there's t'lyA colored clergyman in Philadel phia, recently gave inline ns foll"WS from the pulpit: "There will be four days' tneeiing every eviiiiug this week, except itirTwo boys have been tried at Bury i Wednesday ulicnioou St. Edmund, for tho manslaughter oful '-- young c.irl. They were run piu with hor I Jt We advise you, girs. when lUsh- and, by way ofa piaeticaljuke, had rolled ing young fellows make Itfve to you, nev- her in ihe meal Lin. Hie oor child es- er lo believe ti at uiey reai'v love you tin caped Irom them, and after running a fo yards fell down and died, choked by ihe meal iu her mouth and nostrils. JT"The Japanese thought that the la it'ies whom 'hey saw at the Sandwich Is lands wearing crinoline a nally fil'ed th. irumein-e skirts. On of ti c men who hap red to touch a dress in passing, was much surprised lo tin 1 it caving in. and burst iuto roars of laughter at . his astonishing discovery. til they prove ilby committing su cideon jour account . From h taian has fixed the next delug for the year 8159. It will bo a grand washing day, and th- world will be by ll ai lime dbly enough to need it. itGT An Irishman, who was lately re prieved, as he stated, the night b-fore his execution, and who wished to ire' rid of his wifo, wrote to her as lollows: "I was yesterday hane I, and died a hero, do as I did, and bear it liko a man." caus 8 us tho the in s. or females? Tie laiter tTWhieh bnthir mails keep us constantly writing letters, while the lormer never uenver mem. XrWhy does a sailor know there is a man in the moon? Because he lias been to Be a. jt9"The lady who took everybody's eye must kayo a lot of 'm st-'Tm afraid," said a lady to her husband, "that I'm going to have still' neck." "Not at all imprabable.my dear," replic 1 th- spouse, "l'vo seon strong symptoms of it ever biuce we w ro tirst mariicd. iTTlie following i aunt Betsey'B de scription of her milkman: "He is the meanes man in the world," she exclaim ed. "He skins his milk on the top. and then he lurusil over aud skims the but lorn." - jT"Enjoy the blessings of this day." saysJe emy Taylor, "if God sends then), and the ovils bear patiently and swe-tly. For this day only is ours; we are aeaa 10 yesterday and not born to to morrow. ylt;sasad commentary upon the ,-our-e of instruction pursued in young lodics' schools, that tbe graduates seldom know how to deohtit an ooor of mar lage. XSTAnoId Grecian philosopher advi s all men to know themselves That's advising n good many to frni very low an ; disreputable scquaui t. ces. t3TTh- eas'n st and best way to expand . I e t h st 1s, to have a good, large heart, in il. It Bsvei the cost of gymnastics. HaT-The man who "took a walk" thr other dav brought it back again; ihe nexti day I s took a ride, aod went off with it.' yA friend of ours has a rlog so seri ous that evou his tail has not the least bit of wag about it.