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mas. Schools, ndj.ubml....the. following
THURSDAY. :: 5 JUKB 7, I860 mu. ; . ., ' ,
i.i ! -i. 1 'V,'. ' 11 " I The school room are clean and neat in
IlCfiUullCtttl',JiCkl every reepeot Ths reiitilation ia iuffi
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WI9 PVUlVIV. Uliwv aiw
we wt-ie r-.tliet' sur
ABRAHAM LINCOLN, .h
I prised, as well as pleased, to witness
let ill new and ordeilv deportment on (lie
1 pari of the pupil, that it has never been
I oar privilege to look upon before. Much
of th discipline being enforced by gen-
To Coktwbbtom. Wo will always I emulations from the teaohere, in which
pnhlish well written articles, on proper few wor(jfc gre ugl.j. The system oluerr
subject, oter assumed eignatmee.nut the efj j ll)eM ,CD001, of classifying the
name of the writer mvtl be jiten to ut, L0h0ir, fB ti,e different rooms, according
or the contribution will not appear.
to age or progress in learning, mows ai
once to the visitor, superior advantage
over promiscuous aohools, in many re
- XyRepubly-ans, Jon can eloct your
ticket in i860, in the strength of your
cause. Tie polttioal
Which this country ha passed during the
a.t twenty years, has fully educated the
rmblia mind no to Tine preterit crista.
Your cans (a the cause of the oonstun-
iah mm A t nennla- won nrnnose to wrCSt
th. OoMrnm.nt from the hands of iis commence. TU junior class. s consign
present corrupt .dminiatrators. and re oftwe rooms.n each building, are too
tor. it to iU original demoor.tiio purity: '. tot the ability of the teacl.er.or
v.- ..iw.rl i man for th. first the advantage of the children. Tlteranga
rnr.a. U th. o-ift of .La neonle. who are buoK from 60 10
- -- r r
equal to the exigenoy, and whose skirts
re clear of political chioaoery. you hve
declared a code of priooipUs in your plat
form, embracing all the rights and furda
mental points of the spirit of the original
onnsi'uution of vonr government, wliioh
fnMi.il. visw.uf all nartie. The last l,,e f'ertroen,
cr.nrl f.,c. nLr.i in th. administration dutiul "flonging to teaching
of James Buchanan, and unon which uie ouS that this department of the Lancaster
curtain ia about to drop, has but served t
s. .1 I. r..
struggles through "P8018' oeB,ue" """""el
1 here are some things liowevcr con
nectod with the schools, which we think
demand the action of the Board of EJu
canon, at least before the fall session
80 children in eac
r . a i .i
room. Uue oi me lames loiormea us, mai
the number in her room on that day
was 89. The utmost thai the teacher can
accomplish tinder such oirounvtancps, is.
to hear two recitations a day from end
i iitli; viz, one in me morning, ana one i
in connection with other
It is obv
uooover the depravity of the party which,
has so long and so impertinently ajpropti
ated to themselves the title of th$ Ferco-
emtio party. The mass-i voting to sus
tain the party, were daraooralio in sent!
ment, and are still; but they will no longer
follow their blind leaders.
Tnu will triumph then in the strength
of your cause; you nenl not write a line,
or speak a sentence, to throw off the vile
expedieuts with which your political id
versariea will assail you. They are to bo
regarded as the expiring throes of scheming
aspirants, who having (alien short of
' their aims, are caught in their own ns s
.Their scattered, disbanded, deceived fol
lowers, see the flimsy vsil wiih which ths
most oorropt administration that has ever
disgraced American soil, has sought to
deceivo them. The publio minJ, we re
peat, has progressed beyond this point
The American people will have a Repub
lican form of Oovernmen. They will re
epeot the rights of the sovereign S'ates,but
euffer no innovations of thoss rights, from
In the name then of our common coun
try, we appeal to you, to all, to strive for
for once to do Justice to the sotual bona
fide intereata of the masses, and to the
spirit and letter of your constitution.
There are vital issuce enough before the
country atprcaent, tooommand the whole
attention of the whole people. Finally, it
would be as unworthy the great Hepubli
oan party, to resort to stistaguro iu ti e
coming oampaign, as it is uoneosaary
' for them to do so.
We will send the Qautu t Ltmocrat
la the form that we publish it now, to
single subscribers, until after the Prrsl
dentlal Election, far 60 cente; or ten pa
pers to one address for 15,00. This price
will just about clear expenses; and there
fore) we are competed to make the terms
for the campaign paper, in advance.
Presuming that a great many persons
would bo glad to avail themeolvee of tho
opportunity of having a pspor during the
eioitement of the coming election, and
more eepeoially our Republican fiind,
' we are induced to make this offer. Ite
aldes thepolitioal news, whioli will be high
ly interesting, we shall givs our readms a
large amount of miscellaneous reading,
and the general news of the day ; the
markets, foreign news, dec
8end in yonr clubs, snd let ths printer
fuel exournged. Any number may be
added, at 50 centa per copy.
T Mr. Oovode's Committee are cn
the track of naturalisation frauds in Penn
sylvania in 1S, by whiuh 6,000 votes
were msnufaotared, and Mr. Bnohannan's
election thue teoured. Thete Is strong
veason to believe trat some of hie prinvi
' ral oftVaholders were engaged in that ne
farious trsnsMvloa, or at leaet privy to ite
aucceee, by furniehln. maa and naue-
ing papers to be diatnhuted. The bottom
or laat villainy audits contrivance hav
jet to be reaohed.
The Vanderbilt. and the Nova Scotia.
have arrived Sinoe our lsst issue, bring.
Ing the latostnews from the Continent, a
detailed aoeount of which, could nut find
room in our eoWnins. There is however
no news of a highly important oharaoter.
'' The European markets are quiet, and pri
ces not at all hvorallo to tpfcuUtoie
Breadstuff's and grain are drooping. Th.
money market especially in Paris, 1 vrry
much embttrraaaeJ. Consols quoted u
Muoh- internal disquietude exists in
many el ths 8tata,ln governmental affairs,
The insurrection in Sicily is still going on
without the insurgents gaining any points;
' but the end Is not yet. The r'rcnuh Em-
' peror is augmenting his military furors,
ad i s sffeutive force is to be augmented
ne:t month to rOO.000 men. It it sti-
' mattd that 6000- Sioiliaos have joined
Gsrabeldi.' The papal authorities are
. marching armed forces from Romo to tlia
frontier. Otbvs loaurrectiooary Imlioe.
" tioneexut, at various poliitand the sum-
' ming up is, that troubles are preparing.
' lit. Beward, secretary of the Atlantic
Telegraph Company reports faroraMj for
the success ef the enterprise. -
schools demands reform. The division
of thia clans of pupils, so as to form two
new departments, with two additional
teachers, would perhepe be sufficient fur
the present, and entirely satisfactory to
We found writing to he langht in all
the rooina of the more advanced scholars
the junior pupils being confined to the
mo of tlie pencil ond slate. We were a
little disappointed in the improvement In
penmanship in at has been achieved in
Home of the depnrtmenta, especially in
the rooms of Mr. Whitdiy and Miss
Becket. Some of tho samples shown us
wtre very fine. Wu hid previously been
of ths opinion, that writing was almost en
tiiely neglected in these schools.
Tl a rroitatione that wc heard in Greek,
Latin, Spelling, Defining aud Reading,
were clear, and shows s oommeoJalle in
dustry, both with the teacher and pupil:
but the crowning teet which we witness
ed was, in the responses of a cluss in Mr.
WaiTNtr's room in Mental Arithmetic.
The exhibition was not only pleasing, but
surprising; questions complicated and ab
struse, were put to the class wuh great
MDiihty, and oanoct solutions were as
rapidity given, ard in soens instances by
very young heads. This we regard as a
very useful method of mental training.
Wo wers pleased to see Dr. Williams'
new spellor and definer introduced into
t'e higher depsrlmont, undor the care of
Miss BacKBT. This work is denomina
ted the "Topical Lexioon,' or "Readable
Dictionary," aud is, we think, a work
Wormy to be introduced into the Common
Upon the who's ws were pleaded with
our viiit to tho sohools, ae we were ena
bled to oorroct somo unfavorable impress
ions that have got abroad, at least in our
own mintl. Weoommend tbe ouizent to
vieit tho schools olien, and see for them
selves, liy so doing, they will encour
sgo the teachers, and beneGt (ho general
prosperity of these institutions of learn
ing. Teaohere need to be sustained by
the sppiobstion ol their employera. The
uhilJren also feel encouraged by seeing
heir paienls often in ths school-room.
If the schools ss they are, are not pon'eot,
there is the greater nuceseily lor tho gen
eral co operation of all who ate interested,
to improve them.
The final result of our visit ia, and ths
conclusions we have arrived at are, that
the Lancaster Union 8chools are a vast
adanoe on the old diatriet system. And
it has been our privilege in former yesu
to see much of the latter. We think that
it in the interest of citizens to sunlain tie
union Bonoo'i, and not do anything to
f Fra Ik ClncuwU DtllT OuIW.
Terrible Tot a.dol Blxtr Peree-aa Kttle4
Csic&oo, June 4ih A terrible torna
do paased over Enaterq Iowa and North
western Illinois last nigm. ,
The telegraph lines westot lue wies-
issipl river being down we ere unable to
how far West the tornada reach
ed and what is the amount of loaa ot l ie
r i j - . n
At Clinton, Iowa u conroeneed at 7,ou
asl evening, and attnougn u iaswu uui
(wo and a half minutes it caused more
nVetruotion of life and properly than any
similar alorm that hae ever visited this
minion of the country.
l t.c towns "Oi uaniancn,
Albany 111., on opposite sides of the riv
er snd five miles below Clinton. Iowa,
mmm rnmnlntnlv deinonished. In lamao
h. ihirtv-iwo dead todies have already
heon taken from the ruins, ana biiii mero
is a number that cannot be got at.
In Albany five or eix dead bodiee were
Km rut V lth bout fifiv wounded, borne
aeriously. We have not yet been able
lo obtain a list oi tlie viotimn.
Tl.o nltiaans of Fulton. Ill , and Uin
inn inn Are iloino everrtbing lor ine
From the other towns on the route ol the
tornado, that can be reached by telegraph
we learn that naslruc Hon oi ine anu prop
erty was equally great.
At Morrison, ill., inoiotiowingmo u
led, aa far as we can ham: Mre. Well
mond, Mr. and His. Dorr, ueo. iioaortii
one child named Barnum. Those seri
oiikI mounded are: Thos. Diby Ben
jamin Loth and wile, Mr. Richmond and
At Lynden, three miles south of Star-
ling, ntteen persons were oauiy mjureuoj
havinc arms and legs broken.
The storm pasd two miles northwest
ofAmboy. Report says over ten lives
wersloht. and a number btdly injured.
Mrs. Morris and a child named Bigsby
were killed. Tl.ose seriously injured are
Mr. Moss and daughter, Mr. Biokett,
boy named Northway, and Mr. Wright.
The tornado appears to nave naa
course almost due east.
From the Miisiippi lo nook river
scarcely a house or barn on the direct
. - . . . a A 1 .
track, which was about halt a mue wiao
is left standing.
From all accounts, probably not less
than sixty lives have bean lost.
Ton extent of damace to BtooK ana
property, vrhioh is very large, cannot b
estimated for Borne time.
The followiiie are the names of those
killed at Albany. Ill'; D. Buck. E. Ef-
fner, two children of Mr. Riley, aud Miss
Mary Biasrg aud Mm. Slocum.
Badly hurl Mr. Perkings, Mrs Sweat
Mre. Cupar and child, Mrs. llatm, Airs
Cole: Moses Bishop, wife and child: Mrs,
Whiteorab. leg broken: Mrs. Effner,
Fred Mill. Mr. Oetrandor, and several
others more or Icbs injured.
At a public meeting to-day, the ci Li
sens of Fulton resolved to furnish sll the
sufforers with homes, and all the assistance
that mav be required.
Ikmahafou, June 4. A yolent storm
passed over An lerson, lnd about 2 P
M. to-day. Hail fell almost as large as
hens egfts. Great dsmsce was done to
Lorji'ViLLi, June 4. A violent but
brief wind s'orm, accompanied with rain
this nlWnoor, d d some damage here and
on the Lebanon branch of the Louisville
As Nashville Railroad. It deetroyed buil
dings, damagod crops, unprotected for
eats, sc., in Bulltt ana Munor counties,
Diath or C. A. M. Damariu. Charlee
! M. Damaria. one of the oldest and
most respeoted oillsens of Portsmouth, is.
dentil He expired Wednesday, April, io,
about midnight, after an illnesa of nearly
fix weeks duration.
Mr. Damaria was bom in Pans, on
the 11 lb. of Aoril. 1797. and was conse
quently, a little over sixty-three yeara of
age when ho died. On the 17th of Maroli
1816, be emigrated irom francs wine
United States in eompao7 with hie father
. m mm IN SI'S ll...
Antoine ju. m. lamarin ana nm orouier
Louis Augustus M. Damarine. They
landed at Kw York,. May fd following,
and almost immediately there after came
to Ohio." Bt. Louia wae, at first, ths dee
tinaiioo of the family, but nnding many
of their countrymen at (iallipolis, they
decidod to remain there. jNexi year ins
elder Mr. Demarin aud hia sons declared
their intention to become citizens of the
United States, and nevr wis a purpose
muie atnoerely or strictly carried out.
The subject of his memoir revisited his
native country in 1830, and waa a witnesa
of the transactions of lbs "memorable
three dya"oiJuly by whioh Charles the
m..L 1 . 1 ..J - .1 n, i ..l rn.nun.
A Firseater. .
The following foul-mouthed and brutal
language, was uttered by Chestnut ot
South Carolina, in the House of Repre
sentatives, on the 4th inst., in reply to a
speech of Senator Sumner; with Mr. Sum
ner's very appropriate quietus to his froth.
While Republicans stand aloof from al'
participation in the '-niggtr quarrel, we
deem it right neverlhelees, to snow up
the intolersnt disposition on tbe part of j
aoutherners, to lest down ths liberty of
speech, and the free expression of opin
ion: Mr. CHESTNUT made a brief re
bponfce to Mr. 8umner'a speech, speaking
of it as an extraordiniry one. After
raneing over Europe, sneaking through
the back doors of the English aristocracy,
and fawning at their feet, this slanderer of
States and men had reappeared in ine
Senate. We had hoped after the punish
ment he had recieved for his former inso
lence, he would have learned propriety,
but he had reached his former vulgarities
Deaocratie lyKpatky for leward.
The sympathy of the democracy for Mr.
Seward is almoat aa disgustingly obtru
sive as it was in 1863, for Mr. Webster.
While it was supposed that Mr. Seward
wonld be the nominee at Chicago, they
scrupled at no extreme of vituperation and
abuae. He was an Inoendiary, apolitioal
charlatan, an arch-traitor, a Jaoobin, a
theoretical original of all the John Browne
in the country in short, tho ruoit des
perate of politioal desperdos. But the
choice of the Chioaso Convention, having
passed over Mr. Seward, snd alighted
upon another candidate, they have all at
once disoovored that he is a statesman
of the first order, a man ot the pureat
patriotism, and a Republican who de
served highest honors of the party and
is country. TLis sympathy manifests
itself too late, to effect the transparent
purposes of us manufactui ere. Mr. Sew
ard does not need it, and his friends scorn
snd mendacity. Tho hgyptians deity
,T t- . a : , reptiles, out. u touibius ior nunuoni -
upon ,u retu n ,o "ri ati The ol tionists to deify an embodiment of ma
Mr. Pamarm located in Cincinnati. There . ... A .A.rjia w. ,
remained for two years
solicitation of Capt. Davis he came to
.. . . . . ... . r
this n ace. and here ne spent ine rest 01
Mr. Dsmariu's career was one of crest
aotivity and osefuleis. His industry was
remarkable. lie was a thorough business
man. Eneruetic. clear-sighted, and in
exiblv houest He possessed exactly
the right temperament for oorotrernial
pUISUltB a COmDinl-oil ui nm B''rrc-
$iv and the wolutt apprehenaion to
foresee all the elements of failure incident
to the undertaking of any proieot. and re
solution to accomplish whatever he had
once made up his mind to Ao.Porlt
Petttli of a Supreme Court J udge.
The lelngraph announces the death
i.:. :.i : T:1, -J
P V7 oTof Ormsby, went in pursuit of Indian,
the associate Juetioes of the Supreme
Court of the United States; Judge Daniel
was oppo ntod 1841, under the Admmis
tralion ot John Itlsh, ana was an esti
mnble man and a good lawyer, though
without eminent qtiali'ios. He fully con
curred in the opinion o( Chief Juetioe
Tanky in the Dred Seott case, which did
so much lo shake the publio confidence
in the iualicc and impartiality of that tri
The decease of Judge Daniel imposes
upon President Buchanan the duty of
. . . . :
nominating his successor, who must then
bo confirmod by the Senate. It has been
confidently stated that Attorney General
Black has been tor some time the heir
apparent to the next vacant seat on the
supreme Bench, ttut, as there is slrcsoy
one Judge from the Statu of Pennsjlvn
ma on the bench, (Judge Uriel,) it is
Suggotted oa rUwIng Frankentleln's Patoraraa of
Niagara Falli uaxblbltad Id Ihli titftoo booUm
it Maa. k, n. DaviLtixa .
' .; Lancastxs, June 6th 1800:
I takl pleasure in reobmmending lo my
patrons Snd friends, who are interested
and desirfe any dental operations or coun
cil whatever in relation to their teeth, my
v w . ana r J
metia JJr. hamill. i ne Doctor is a gen
tleman worthy of all the confidence as a
citizen and aa a dental operator. I know
him to be well qualified, and competent
to perform in the best manner all opera
tions entrusted to his csre and skill.
I therefore would again say to my ftiende
that in scouring tbe services of Dr. Ham
ill, they will most assuredly recieve more
than tbe WJrlh of their money.
W. H. KING. '
I moat heartily endorse tht eentior.ent
and spirit of the above card, subscribed
by my brother. I know Dr. Uamill to
be a man or much experience in hi pro
fesion, and those who seeare his skill and
services iu tbe presnrva'ion of their natu
ral teeth, or in prooiinng for themsolyetf
or friends artificial stiuoiurs will have oc
casion for the exeroiae of gratitude that
they nave securea theservicee ot so skill
ful sn operator. JAS. S. KING
not inclined to put further punishment on
the roi lever of a former punishment,
win had gone howling through the world
yehing out volumes ofalauder he would
therefore endeavor to keep quiet
Mr. SUMNER said he had pointed
out the barbarism of slavery, and the Sen
ator s rejoinder should go as an eppen
dix, and a fitting illustration ot his srgu
Later from CnllfolpU Arriral of the
St. Josxrii, June 1. The Pony Ex
press, with tbe mieeing aiepaicnes ana
mail oTthe previous express, arrived to
day. No Explanation is given of the de
A company ot 105 men in the Wash
oe settlemnit, under the command of Maj.
had murdered some whites at Miller's
utation. They came upon the . Indians,
numbering five hundred and well armed,
at a narrow pass 65 miles (rom Virginia
City. . Tlie Indiana opened a fire on the
Iroops from behind rocks and bushes, do
ing damage without suffering muob in re
turn. This lasted two hours, when the
ammnniition of the Ormsby party gave
out, and the Indians closed upon the, kil
ling many on the spot: the balance re
heated in all directions, i be number ot
slain will probably reach fifty. - Maj.
Ormsby was among the slain. Only 78
of the party reaches Virginia City alive.
The news of the battle caused great ei
oitement in California, and companies
wbre leaving for tbe Washoe country to
chiislUs tho Indians.
Wal pencil ran portray, what pea damribe,
Th mijhlr wondart of lb j power aubllme!
Though th; high towering rocki,and mountain's aid
In nature's ltrlng color eam to ililnel
And thy clear waters of bright emerald hue,
To pour In torrent from their daullng height
In nad'nlng fury to the depths below,
roaming and tpirktlng In the lonbeama light
Like brilliant gamaanld the billowy foam,
That high In cloudy mlela attending rtie,
'Till orer all tta dathtng apraj It thrown;
, And teem to mingle with th cloudlet akiea.
The Ilomeeread Dill.
The United States Senate. Tuesday.
not probable that Judge Black will be at ,oled' to disagree to the Homestead bill
this time tavored with tho appointment. gent bck from the House, all the Demo
The appointee will deutbless be a South- eTt.ta, with a solitary exception, answer
era man, in every sense of the word, and jmr in the affirmative. Mr. Douglas ws
Virginia will put in her claim to the
The fct that the tenors of indicia! an
poiniments alone of all the offices undor
our government is for life, removee the
constitution of ths Suprsme Court outol
not present. This probably kills that meas
ure tor this session ot Congress, and will
give renewed vigor to the Republicans
especially at the West, in the Presiden
tial campaign, the House bill isan em
inently just one, and had it become a law
tho reach of the popular will, and puta it WOuld hav Becuicd free homes to all who
in the power of auiinoiity President to desired them upon the publio lands, and
construct that tribunal in direct opposi- ut an snd to the land sroculationa which
lion io me voice oi mo majority, ana me have been a curse to the West. It is not
And now they ruth along thy rock-bound iliore,
Wllh force terrlSc, daablng madly on;
1n wild eonfntlou 'mid the torrent'a roar,
Surging and awelllng with the fearful norm,
Toning their billowy wto Ilka mountain! high
In frightful conflict aa lo clainor'onaatrlfe,
When foe meeta foe wllh loud exultant cry,
Of "Liberty or death! " belli Ing for II re,
And then again calm a a tranquil lake,
At auromer ere, all motionleaa tbey aleep:
While ecarc ripple ever aeema to wake,
The placid surface from It elumberedeep,
Sublime Niagara! with thy created waye,
Thy daablng walera, and their ceaeelras roar;
Thy beutoa rainbow which creation gave,
To ahlne forever, apanning either abore,
We gaie admiring on each varying acene,
Of lire-like beauty! on thy rocka aubllme,
Riling exultant, with defiant mien,
In all their pride; unaealhed, unchanged by time,
We gaie delighted, aath morning aun
In glorioueeplendor gild thy flower crowned belgh
And when at eve hi circling couree la run,
Kow aweet and tranquil in bla mellow light.
And wbenbrlghtaprlng bath robed with vernal bl-wm
Thy lowering foreatsand aleep mountatn'a aide,
Dotting them o'er with wet perfume.
How lovely then! what beauty la portrayed;
Bright leo the golden aummer'a brilliant gleam;'
Illume mcH rapturoua seen wUi radiant glow;
While at thy ahrlne, adoring natlona come,
And on thybeautiea gaae with wondrouaaw
A nd when alern winter with bla Icy breath
Hath decked with glittering game each rock and tree
frowning them all aa with a diamond wreath,
How bright and aparkliog lu tbe aunllght' ray.
And yetthere'a a ler or in that coaaolee whirl,
Of aurglngblltowa aathey daahand foam,
Formaoy a youth of bright and aunny curli
Math fonnd within theft depth a waten bom.
Aye, little reck they In their maddening courae,
Hew many precloua bops lie burled there:
How many flowers of opening promt cruehed
How many komea been wrapped ta dark deapair.
For still they thunder on with deafening roar;
And ihoughnnconactouswlll through coming yeara
Chant thelraad requiem, and in torrenta poor,
The welcome tribal of o'erdowing tearrl
LmcieTBSi Jun 4, 1CS0.
And every description of blanks, all print
ed on superior paper, for aale at this of-
Dkntistrt. I will .continue the prac
tice of my profession, in tho rooms Ktely
occupied by King & Feeman. in the Gie-
sey Block; and will be thankful for the
patronage of the publio. I guarantee
satisfaction. JACOB FEEMAN.
rights of the people.
'A nld L inn Sync."
The Company of
Jacob D. Dxraicx A Laoy
Is rsspectlnlly requeated at a Ball, lo
held at Mr. Sieiiiuian'a Rooms, at 6 o'
clock, on the evening of Monday tho 27th
IP. A. Orttm,
W. W. InviiO
Lancattir, Dtumbtr JO, 1824
The People Man.
Abe Lincoln la emphatically the poo
pie's man. He hs summered and win
tend with them, slept on their couches,
shared their lulls and oome up through
IV. pHili of honest labor to an honorable
potivWn and place. Ha has not been es
tranged tom them by any false notioue of
dignity or nauow feelings of pride, but
hss been through all na L now ia, one of
the people. All tb. aflorta of his oppo
nent to detract from ln red merite or to
rob him ol his just fame wiU only return
to plague the inven'ors. From one end
of the laud to the other, those who value
ib sympathy of a oantlidute with the toil
er, will come into the supports of Abe
Lincoln.-- Sandutky Btgithr.
afar A genirsmaa the other evening,
objected te playing whist with a lady,
because, he said, she had such a "win
nig way" about her
The Fillmore Men.
From all parts of Illinois we.har the
welcome news that the men who permit
ted themselves to he drawn into the Fill
more delusion of 1056, whereby Fremont
was defeated and Buchanan eleobsd, are
making all convenient haste to give in
their adhesion to ths Ulnoigo nomrna
tninc. Weexpeot as lnuoh. The cer-
lainitv that Mr. Lincoln would be ac
ceptable alike to the supporters of Bates
mid the tnoncla ol Mr, itwaiu, snu mat
all ir en opposed to the further extension
of Hutuun Slavety would find in him a
candidate whom they could work for and
about for, was that thing which impelled
us to work as we did lor his nomination.
Tlie probabilities are that no Bell ami
Everett eluetmal ticket will bo run in this
Stale, and that niue out of every ton of
the Fillmore men of 1858 will oome up"
hariily, earnesily, honestly and patriotic
ally to Honest Old Abe's support. He
hasjthat onnservaiiam which they cau em
brace; that firmness upon whiob they csn
repose; that love of country that will nev
or falter. We do not wonder that they
arn coming; tliat at Springfield Jackson
ville, Centralia t'airo and other central
towns are fraternizing with the Republi
cans, nor that the omens of a signal victo
ty over the propagandists of Slaveiy and
the Democratio oorruptiunists are so
cheering. Chicago fresi.
"Honeat Old Abe" In bis native Slate.
Corrttpotulenrt rf tht AVw York Timet.
Loiisvillx Ky. May 80. 18G0. Abra
ham Lincoln, personally, is spoken well
of ty all. At an individual, he is liked
for hia honesty aud aineerity his demo
cratic habits and manuers. and his Henry
Clay typs of oharaoter. Kentuckian from
Nolsoo county tells me that Lincoln atock
in his vicinity is first rate, and that the
old farmers who knew and loved Abe's
father, and remember Abe when an infant
and a poor orphan boy, talk as if they
have half a notion to vote for tho worthy
and now so distinguished rnao. Though
biotfrRphers say he was born id Uardiu,
the Nelson folks, whose oounty adjoins
Hardin and Washington, insiats hs first
saw tho light of day from ths top ot "ro
sum Ridge," Washington, near the Wash'
ing ton aud Nelson border line: and Wash
ingtoa confirm it.
Alabama Democratic onvenrton.
Mostoomsrt, June 4. The regular
Usui. Convention assetubiud here to day.
Xhs Committee on Kesolutiona reported
a snies that were soundly Southern, de
claring that "we will take no step backwards."
The Douglas Convention also sssenibled
The attendance was large, and the ex
Lhmng the lirst part et the procee
ding, there was considerable yelling,
whirling, hissing, etc
Mr. Cooper, of Cherokee, mads an an
gry speech, aeversly denouaoing such
soenea aa disorder and annoyanoe.
Mr. Robert M. Pat ton, of Louderdale,
Wa chosen temporary Chairman,
Hon, J. . Saunders was tbe psima
oent President of tbe regular Convention.
The Harper's Ferry Investigation.
The New York Tribunt says: Just now
the Harper's Ferry Committee are at a
stand still. No witnesses have been called
for sevoral weeks, and the investigation
to be forgotten that the couutry owes it
to Democratic Senators that it is deprived
of this bsnificent hw. Tribune.
Delaware for Lincoln.
The Willraington Journal and Stales-
man rtna ilia Inarllnrt rta mrm in I
may bo regarded as substsntially closed. ' t,,at ,.Abrabam ;u0jln wi
wnai course me nia oniy oi ine com- u. ,,. D...:j.ni Ar,i,.iTK;ie
mittee mean to adopt, has yet to bo indi
cated. They lave not expressed any
purpose to submit a report, though some
suuh documont may be expected, if only
I n- form s mike. It in now ndniittrd Mint
no evidence has heon produced in any
way sustaining the original charge that
tho John Brown ndair was the result of a
combination or conspiracy amoncr the
Northern people instigated by hoeiiliiy
against the (South. All tho proof oon
fines it to the deluded men who paid the
penally of that rash and indetensible en
terprtse, and a few foreign sympathisers,
who have already fled to escape the oon
DUeaae f tat) Stomach.
The atoinach I th moat liable to get out of order.
Hence how important that ne dtuaaed matter clog lit
operation, which would eauae nauaea and dlatrnaa by
our food it alio weakene tbe brain, deatroy the
memory, crealea peine and dlmnev, and rarloua affile
llonaln the heed. It produeee grealdirnculty lit breath
ing and awallowlng. Sometlmee fainting and Bla
wlllenmo? alao bad breath, reetfitaaneea and great
nanf alreugth. if not immediately atteided to, the
blood will carry the dlaeaae through th whole aya
tem. and death wtll and the work. From2t.9nfih.
Pillar a day will keep the dlgeeltro organa In a healthy
condition, an& nnclogor carry away all Impure mat
ter. and thoroughly reatore and eleanae the etnmarh ;'
al tbe earn lime th Pllla will ao purify the blood, aa
,u .iT,. nii diriihoivi uieBssa iron, ine ayaiem.
WORMS. In equaDtltyol corrupted mailer, thorn
ta alwayato befonnd a neat of woruia. They canunt,
nelther will they stay anywhere elae. Weak aloinac h
and howele are anbjeel lo them, aa they bare not auf
Sclent power lo dlgeat their food. Hano large heap
of matter te lodged;, and worm muat be the reaull.
A lew doeeror Ibea pillr will dteturb them in their
neat, and drlr them out of trie ayatem.
II abould be remembered, that an oecaalonal dnae
wheal health, especially after uktng cold, will pre
yentthe dlaeaa from forming In tbe body.
Dr. Mora' Indian Koot rillsareao d by all deaie-
in Medicine. June 7, l60 liulO
and Hload Parifler.
"Th blood la th lire." lava ficrtnlure: in nm
Selene alao. Expel corrupllou Irom the blood alia
no dlaeaae ean exist In tha avalnm. M Rtnnrf Pin.
and PinBer perform their taak effectually. Tbey ant
powanui regeume neiergema, ana cure all lorrna or
dlaeaae, whiearle from Impure blood, etmply be
rauae Ihey remoxe the common eauaea of diaraae from'
the llfe-auatalnlng Sutd. Hence their annareatlr
mlraculou curea of ecrofnla. erunllona. Inimriiu.
pepal, liter eomplalnli, rtwuimtiam. (welling of the
Jlnla, and all affecilona of the internal orgaua, which'
no not proceed from malformation.
ITftfee adrerlUement. I'm Id
The Presidential Election.
The Republicans, at the next Presi
dential eleolion, expeot to carry for Lin
coin and Hamlin, the following Slates,
against Douglas or any other man that
tha Slave Demooisoy may nominate.
if the Opposition but do their duty to
themselvee snd their country. He is em
inently qualified for the position and en
tenants uws and opinions, ssto the true
policy ol administering the Government,
which are in strict harmony with those of
nearly two-tl.irds ol the people of this
Union, and if elected he will give them
practical eliape and success by the fear
less honesty and independence which will
characterize his Administration "
The Delaware Republican, second only
to (he Journal and Statesman in infiuenco
also comes out heartily for the Chicago
nomination, so of the Peninsular News, a
very enterprising and able paper publish
ed at Milford. The position taken by
leading organs there we think indicates
that the opposition party in Delaware will
support Lincoln and Hamlin.
Eveiy one of
The New York Timet for Lincoln.
rrv. v.- V ..1. t: t I.. .
i ia, uow a vi m, a Mines, luimuijy n pye
23 eriui uougias organ, nas aeuiarea in ra
97 vor of Linooln for the Presidsncy. The
4 iimri tains inus:
g Accordingly to present sppearances,
e we havs no hesitation in saying, that the
" ......... .f.i. n ui: :
1 1 Btiiuensui i"o m-puununn uuaci proiuiseBio
ne ins oniy practical moao ot escaping
A TrITiiit of lTcspcct.
At a meeting of the Reliance Engine
and Hose Company, held at the City Hall,
on tbe Evening of tho SSth of May, tbe
following preamble and resolutions were
LiNCiSTj.il, May 26, 1 860,
Tothe Reliance Engine and Hue Company.
Your Committee, to whom was refered
the duty of preparing suitable resolutions,
upon the death of Philip DiiiN, who was
a member of this company, beg Ioave to
make the following report:
WHRREis, Uod has seen Gt in his pro
vidence to remove from our midst, by
death, our brother, Philip DittN; T hero-
lore we do
Retolvt, That while we rrourn his de
parture from among us, we yet bow in
submission to the will of our father which is
n Heaven, believing that he doth all
Jtetolvcd, That by the death of our
brother, we have lost a worthy member,
snd community a good citizen; his widow
a kind husband, and hisceildren an affec
Rttolvtd, That these resolu'ions be pub
lished in the papers of the city, and a
copy of the same be sent to his family, in
testimony of our sympathy with thorn, in
theii sad bereavement.
J. A. STAFFORD.
Total 175 aangers wnton mcnaco ine pence
Ch.. l.ava Ka. n"u proBUBnij oi inu couuiry. i warm
a Ki.i .i. isro propanie mat ine oniy cnotoa wnton re
Ti.- i!-...Ki:. p. Pr.i.lm fleeting men will be allowed to make in the
. ...r .. . . i I eominr' canvass, will hr hetwflon Alartmrr
ana vice r resident are lar more popular - . . : -a
than snv of tha candidate who have been ,r: Ij"-"ln. "nQ l,,us oommtuing ine
run for State offices: 1'.,,.dor, crnment to the bands of an
ttu.e, iiooeai. mi i unriirni fjiinens, or
Two Political Documents. seeing the Presidency scrambled for on
Tho Anzeiirer dea Westens. a German the floor of Congress, and made tbe prise
daily published in St. Louis, has the fol- of venality, or tho sport f men who spec
lowir.g. uJate professionally in the misery and die-
Two di'onments of trreat interest may tress ol their country
bo locked ior in a few days. Una is tho
letter of acceptance of Abraham Linooln
tho other a letter of Mr. Eiward Bales to
Mr. 0. II. Arowning, of Illinois, iu which
h endorsee the platform and the candi
dates of the Republican party, and advises
all '.he elements of the opposition lo unite
upou Lincoln, and uot again to help the
Democrats into power by divisions aud by
throwing away their votes upon a hope
less eaudidate (Bell.) Both of these doc
uments ere of tbe highest value fur the
approaclcing political campaign.
tfTRev. Thomas Wittemore tells a
story of hia having attenrred churoh to
hear an emiuent divine, and the subjeol
for the morning discourso was, "Ye aro
children of the devil," He sttonded the
aame ohuroh in the afternoon, when the
tcA waa "Children, obey your parents."
atSTThe Nsw Yot'k Comaoreial Adves
titer, an old line Whig paper, endorsea tho
nominations of Lincoln and Hamlin, and
enters vigorously into the campaign, and
express the opinion that there ia no other
oourss for the opponents of the Adminis
tration to pursue.
JfiT A convention ol Bloomer damsels
ia reported to have rcaolved that they will
wear short dresses or nothing! What an
orfiil thing it would be if they shouldn't
wear tho short dresses!
tW The very last curiosity spokin in
the papers is a wheel that cams off a dog's
tail when it waa a waggiu'. The man
who discovered it hs retired from public
JTiTA Western country editor has bo
come so witty, that his wife manufactures
all the butter that his family used from the
cream of his jokes.
a53l.T he-gleeful laugh of happy chil
dren ts the best home mnsio, and the
graceful figures af childhood are the best
y She that marries a man because he
is ag(od matoh, must not be surprised if
he turnr-ent a "Luoiter."
The young gentleman who flew into t
passion has had his wings clipped.
Dieo On the night of the 3rd instant,
iJtlARLUS K., second son of John 0
Smith, aged 10 years, mon.h and 10
days. There waa a large rroeession of
sympaltaing friends, from the residence
of Mr. Smith to the Evangelical Lutheran
Uhurch, where services were held, by
Rev's Wagenhals and Spieliaan, in the
Merman and hngnsli language.
Blaoa Foad! Blood loodlV
W hafTrled feetlnra In reaitlni; th adrertlae-'
ment of Dr. BROHKO.I'S BLOOD POOD, In another
column I but we think gratification predomtnateeifor,'
though w refret'lo ae o' Celebrated a'ntan coming
forward, Ten tn appearance, under te aaro Sag aa'
r uacka, that la, by reanrling to adTertlalng, yet we
lake aatlefaelion alao In knowing that there la now a'
reliable preparation before the people for that moaf
melaneholy and fatal dlaeaae Consumption and other
DH. BROMHON lalectnrerln our Medical Collegea,
and hia aucceea In hia speciality has been ao wonderful
iname naaeoneenieu.ei ranano wllh tha prejudlcea
of eyery regular practitioner, tn make It known,'
h 1 dfrthg.-for th beneSt of aefferlng-humanlty.
lie has secured fori gents, howeror, a Srm whose
reapeelabtllty aeparatea entl rely hta prcparalioris front
an ling of quackery. Mesara. CHURCH dr DUPORT
are his sol managera, aathey are alao for that mo.t
loraluahle or preparatlona. DK. KATON'S INPAN
TINK CORDIAL. If mothers coo lil know the great
car taken In pulling up thia article.aome Idea of
which Ihey can form by comparison of it with ariy other'
article of the klnd,-they would prefer 11 to anything
that hae rer bet totered them. Por our own part,'
if w had child suffering, we wonld not beeltat to'
admtnlttrater thia preparation, knowing that anrh1
carefaldnigglfl would net engage tn anything that
wae net perfectly safe and effectual. -Quebec Gazette.
lIjSe drrlleement JuilO
ITfTbe following li aamplo of th numaronalct-
tera constantly receMng'for Hoateller'a Stomach Blt1
tera: Canannagna, July 15.1858.
Messrs. Hoatetter A Rmllb. Pituburch. Pcnnsrlra-
nl:-0ntlmen: ia w re atrangera, I herewith1
enclose you twenty-eight dollars for four doten Roa-
tetter'a Stomach Rltlera, which pleaae forward via'
Michigan Soother Xallread, Toledo, Ohio, and Clay
ton Station. I bar purchased several doaen bottles'
at Toledo Ihla Summer, but th sale la on the'
Increase o annch that 1 with to ope a direct trade
wnn you. i wat tnnncea io try your Hlltere by my
phralclen, for the l.lror Complaint, and received such'
material aid that I bare recommended It to others and'
hare told about Iwodoxen per week for tome lime.
I nare all tinde of memeln in my atore, but there la'
none that I can to cheerfully and truthfully recom
mend at your Rltlera, for I know they have helped me
beyond tny expectation. You're respectfully.
oe ureryaemem imiu rniLU wn.su.T.
Cronn. Pyaneral nd l.tyer fnmnlalnt cured by
TKA8Ka M AONKI'IC OltSTMKNT.
Indolent To mors and aolrt cured br Trask'a Mac-'
Cancer eured by Trask'a Magnetic Oinlmeot.
Erysipelas cared by T task's Magnetic Ointment.
Ball Hheum eured by Tratk't Magnetic Ointment.
Itch cured by Traak'a Magneile Ointment.
Krupllonecured by Traak'a Magnetic Ointment.
Hair restored by Trask'a Magneile Ointment.
Head advertisement la Ihie paper. pr3m3
SfttE F tOQo
rilHgnndenlroed wlllofTerat nrlyat aal TWC
1 nKAUTirOLBUI-LDlNO LOTS, I lh city oi
i.apcasier.siiuBiea nearinepuoricaquar,anci knows
alh GRiNrLOI)OK LOTS. Por lerma, price. die.
I refer blddera to Dr. M. P. Brock, Hew Salem; Job
mci rciinn,i,ancaater,or tot enmrsigneo:, ihaaoa
Ohl. H. M. ATOKKR,
Orand MatlerOrand Lodge of Ohio.
January!?, I8JU 30tf
Tallmadge Block, Main Street.
I.WATS on hand a heavy stock of GOODS, of the
neat quaiuiea, wnicn n roanoracturera to ordr
experienced workmen, Alao, lart-e sunklv of
aprll IS, 1H60 lf
HAS removed hleonic lo lhShaaffr Block, two
doort South of H. B. Hunter's Drng 8tro.
Heatdence McoBeld Building, Hoilhweet corner of
jiain ana i;oiumoua nireett.
Lancaster, April i, 18A0. Jal
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Insurance and Collecting Agent,
i-VFICB-.Maln Street, In th StSbrtl Sturgoe
Uncaaler, March K, 180 I7tf
DR. UOOFLAIVD'S BALSAMIC
31 gnat ttandmri mtdlcinti ef the pretent'
lift, kavt acquired their grtat popularity onty
tkrougX jetre ef trial. Unbounded tati'fae
tie, it rendertd Jy Mm in all rrt,- and (he
ftoplt have pronounctd Mem vorMy.
Ifver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Jaundice r
Debility of the Kcrrous System,
llscascs of the Kidneys,
ama' all dittattt aritinj from g ditordtrrj
liver er wtakneu ef (ht ttomaek and digtttire
erjant, art tpttdity ani ptmtntntln turtd by
tht GERMAN BITTERS.
Tht Balsamic Cordial hat acfuirti a
rtputatien turpaning that of any timilar pre
paration, extant. It tcill cure, wimoci Mil,,
the mett ttvtrt and hny-ttaniinj :.
Ceagh, CoU, ur Hoarus, Xreriekitis, In
laeaaa, Creep, Paaaaiooi, Incipient
eae! Am performed the mott aitonithiny turte
teer hnoum of
A few doeee triU alee at onte (heck end"
eure Ae motf iir Diarrhoea proceeding1
from Cold in th Bowats, ;
The medicinet are prepared by Dr. C. Jr.
JiOS(W A Co, A 418 Arch Street, Phila
delphia, Fa., and are eold by drujoiete and1
dealtrt t mco'tanM everywhere, at 76 crafr'
per battle. TheeiffnatureefC. it. JkcKSOK
tnll be on tht oultidt wrapper ef each bottle.
In the Almanae pvblithed annually by the
preprntert, ealbeT EviaraoDt's Aui.:uo,
you will find ttttimony and commendatory
netieeefrem all parte of the country. Thtee
Almaetace are yuttn amy ty all eur agenU.
oldbyKAUFFMAlt A CO.,Lcaatr,Ohl