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CITY OJ LANCASTER. THURSDAY, i SEPT. 6, I860 Republican Ticket, -; FOR PRESIDENT. ABRAHAM LIIICOLH, Of Illlnals. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, . HANNIBAL HAMLIN, Otjtlalne. SUPREME JUDGE. Jacob Drinker hoff , V or RICH LARD COUPTT. ATTORNEY GENERAL. dames Murray, or wood ooVKTr. MEMBER or BO AD PUBLIC WORKS Levi Sargent, Of TTJSCABAWAS 0 CKTV. FOR CONGRESS, 1 1th DISTRICT. Valentine B. Horlon tr MHOS CODNTT. Prealdegt Elector for the Slnte at Largo. FRED. IIASSAURECK, of H.milton. JOSEPH M. ROOT, of Erie. OJKORKSSIOXAL DISTRICT. lit Disti iot B. Egglestor. William M. Dickson Frank Moltiimey John Riley Knox ' D. W. II. Howard D. II. Murphy Notion Ruith John F. Hiiikle II. 8. Uunily Paniel B. Stwwart R. P. L. Bnber John Bcatty ' Willaid SWum Joseph " Auke iy Edward Bull John A. Davenport Samuel II. Philbriuk Norman K. Muckonzie Let us see if this Douglas Popular Sov ereignty is the genuine article. Mr. Douglas has brought before the Senate number of bills, and he has put his Squat ter Sovereignty into all of theni. L-i us look at it. Do the people of a territory join in the election oi President? Do the people of KinsHS help us to elect Old Abo this time? Can ihey represent us in Congress? Oh, no. They have a dslu gate sitting in Cungrese, but he cannot vote, and nobody oures what be thinks or what he sys. Do they frame their cr gnnio law? So, Douglas does it as Chair man of the Territorial Committee. Now, do they adopt their organic law? Oh.no. Mr. Uor'.on knd I wi 1 assist in doing this in our seats in the House. Mr. Martin, your Douglas Congressman, helped to mule several orgunio laws for the people ol'tlie Urriloi!Sv They cmiot do any thing wi'hout the consent ot Congretis. Tlie people from a Constitution in Kansas when wrong, with the Democrats. Now there is nothing which the American peo ple like so much as pluck. But when a representative of the people dodges, nd has the belly ache, or gout, or dysenU ry, just at the right time, it is better to sand a man possessed of a stronger con stitution. Mr. Douglas' child died, which it was announced, prevented his voting on tlio Homestead bill. On making Borne inquiry, I found lhatthechild hadbtendead two wo ks, and that Mr. Douglas hid been in the Senate a uumber ol days, and had made one long speech in the interval He is now quite well, and has been wan dering all over the country in search of ms mower. ( Liughler.; lie lias now gone South in search of the children he is said to have in North Carolina. He has al ways been noisy, but he is a cuutiing, art- lul dourer. Mr. Douglas has never leen true to his pi r Joiml r politic! fi lands. I have heard ai.d ullngiee to.lt, but they are Bt.lt kept i his own party friends say (hat he would 2d 3d 4 th 6th 6'h 7th 9th lOih llth 12th 13th 14th 15th 16th lTth 10th Sls.t County Ticket. Auditor MILTON D. BAKER Clerk-VALENTINE CUl'P Pros. Attorney R. M. CLARKE Sheriff-C. M. L. WISEMAN Coin're) JAMES PICKERINO, full term JOHN GREIIl, snort term Coroner SALEM WOLK fiurveror-JOHN W. FLOOD Recorder GEORGE W. EDGAR In. Dirsotor 8. 8. HAMMOCK Grand Ittuss Jrleeiini, In Hocklng Count r.The Whole I'oople In Couosel.Oreut Euthtiilasin. 1840 Outdone. Thursday Isst was great day for the Republicans of Hooking county. It was the dsy of tliuir Mass Convention. Hon. Joint Suerman, and Hon. V. B. Huutom, had' been tnnouiiued to speak, and the whole people turned out to btar them. At n early hour just as the sun camu walk ing over the gray old hills of Hocking the LaacMtar Wide Awakes, between forty and fifty strong, in full uniform, preeuled by their fiuo bandot martini music, tnuruh d into town. This whs the Gist actua tion. , TUI FHOOKHSIoN. At 10 J o'clock, A. M.. the prooos!on formed and 'took its course through the priuolpd streets sud such procession. It put the good times of 40 to bIiniih. Two milts of wagons and people, and ban ners, marching through streets pack-d with meo, women and children, sllen'lm siutio, all bcariog banuers and shnuting for Lincoln, Hamlin, and IKhton, to the utmost capacity of their lungs. We Lave not room lo particularize hut must notioe one or two of the most niomi sent features of the procession. Ill the vo of the pruceisiou were (wo splendidly deoo rated cars, bearing thirty thros ladies, in white, euch, with a ban ner representing a Stats. Fi thr hack was a team of tit! oxen hauling a rail cut, out of which an actual living Lincoln uml Hanks wore roaiiurnctuiiug rails, The prooeision passed through the principal streets and then disbanded for dinner. Tilt BPEkCNSS. At 2 o'clock the speaking commenced Hon. Joun Sherman lead off with an able aud eloquent speech. We irive below some extracts. Spcskiug of Slavery Mr. If BERUAN Said: The R pu divan party Mie-ve that sla very is b local inititution, and is prolevt ed only by Stats law. Ws iu the North nave no power over it iu the slave tint, a, but we My that fieedoss is the nsmral condition of the territories, and, an fi t ws can prevent it. alavsry shall not go over oue fool of free soli. (Grit s ol "that's it," and chests.) Speaking of the Deinooraoy 8hsrman said. There is a vi'al difference b.nwetn Southern Democrats and those in the Nor'.h. Ltt ui look at ihs Douglss wing of the Democratic piny. What do (hey bslii'vein? They believe in popular sover eignty tor the Territories. Populai inver- signty is onoof the prettieat names iliat ever out b-cause theCbnsiitulion is free. What ran they.do? We elect Governor Deoni son, but' the President elects for the peo ple of Kansas some old party hack, like Sum. Medary or Wilson Shannon, and no n.an cue bu appointed, moreover, nnles he has first been rejected and cast olf by the pfOp'o, A a territory caunol remove or gt r'd of a Governor when they wish. Well, then, do ihe peoplo have any con trol over the Judiciary? So, some schem ing fellows who have put their feet out of a window for a lawyer's sign, nnd who have roust likely bum dele.ited for some iiluce by the people, ere unpointed by the President judges over the people in the territories. They have, it is due, the power to elect a House and Uuuncil, but the President's Secretary makes every airaiiL'enieut for il'ii, mid may plan lo biing uboul such icsulu as he and his party may desire. Ami when thev pass a biP, is that bill lul Ch, no. It must go to the Uovernor and he may veto it. Aud thus the will A' the people can always be featud. Now iu all this is there enough of pop ulnr riovereigtity to quarrel about? It ii an unmitigated humbug, und Ihe South i n people have known this all along They aio Trunk men; ami wanted to say ko. and to kick tins liutnbtig out ot (he Cincinnati Platform, and upon this (Ley split at Clmrleiton and al Baltimore. They there iihu a taste ol wliat my oIU friend Seward calls the "impressible corflicl." uy ma yriesiuio resolution, every thread and remnant of Popular Sover eignty was surrendered to tho Supreme Court, whieli has already made a decision against you, ihe object of (his rcolu lion was to nam votes in ihe South, and I will bet a sixpenoe your Demoeratio nuper here has never published it. All the now - s ol die Government are to bs bronchi to btar to enfoiio tho decisions ot that Court. 'Jhey have sirreed and hnund themselves that if ihi Court hid decided or bIinII decide ugainst (hem, then they win L'lve up tine uooirine. now tlmt Court havo alrraily Slid th.tt the peopht of a Teniiory have no powsr to piohibit nvory. WImI is there, then, left of pop ular sovereignly? Whatever there may avc been was wholly surrendered to the Supreme Court. I want lo know my fellow citizeus, why ou like Douglas; lor 1 am going to say onu nnnl things ot htin. I hkod him once, and voted with him. You will sav you liku hint because he bolted tho Ad iirinislralion of Jnmes Bitolianati. I was with him when lis voted with the Blu.-k Republicniis, and dial in what you likehim best for. (Applause.) If you will boll, na he did, you will feel better six months hence. This Douglas party will be hoard of no moio after the elucliuti is over. I like Douglas fr one thing, Ho has broken up (he Domoi'iatiu party. (Cheers and laughter. IU hut, dono his tommy the highest seiviis. No party organiza tion ought lo continue longer lliau about thiilyjeurs. Look at all the free gov ernments in the word they are few and thoy h'tvo never continued longer without l.ioi.iiiirig corrupt, and ihs Democrutiu party u eminently so now. 1 knuw that our modern Democracy claim that (hey are u kind ol Grand-child of Th'iinia Jellurson, but ho would iudig nantly reptidiule the patuitiiiy. (Laugh ter ) You dare not read from the works of Jefuison, or Democrats will cad it a inr.k Republican lie. When you read the De cUnttion of lndcpendiince on ihe Fourth ol July, the JJomncrats aio roady toamand by iusiiiiiig "while men" instead of die pie.iHnt leading, " ull men are created equal. Jeiierxon dare not bo road in Vir- ginit. The Deinocratiu parly had its growth in the time of Jackson, and its most dlvtinguiahing (rait was (hat he siiecesitl'iilly fought the doctriues of John C. Calhoun. 1 have s iid that Doiilaa did Iwo good things. What o hor is there? None. Ho never has been the author of any moas ure txcopt this Pquatter Sovereignly, which in like many other humbugs that have preceded it, already as good as dead. Ono thing I did not like, aud of which Douglas was the Author, was (he chumo of giving away tho pub!iu lands to mil roads. This disposition of tho public landt was tin outruiru, I never vo ted fjr any o.' thflse oheiucs. (Mr. Hoi ton "Nor 1.") These lands cannot now be settled unh-as (he ajtuol solder will give the rupitrtliBta tlinir largo prices. We believe in inviting every y ungVllow who wants to marry s wife (sensation among the young ladies.) end better hie eondi lion, and who has no uioiioy, to oomo anil pick out a hum and go to work upon it. Ti e Republican idua t to set aside these puMiu lauds or homesteads for tho labor iiig men of the country. Their labor will add to tho value of such lands mors than three limos their original value in ion years. It is bel ler to set Aside (hess lands subordinate his friends, his country, his wile, everything, to advance his political interests. Y"U rememter the case of Broderick. Hu went to the Senate from California, snd joined Mr. Douglas in the Lccompton struggle. Broderick, Stuart onl Dougla were the three bolteis. Broderick 6tood by Douglas thrsugh all. Ho went home to California, and from II at hour was hounded down by the Bu chanan Ucm craoy. lunally, they mur uereu mm, anu icil mm lo Ds buried in Sun Francisco. We all roretted his death and every man irspecled his memory air. uougtis was in tlie benate when the usual resolutions were presented. Toonjba.Scward and otheis,spoke in praise of him, but there Douglas (at nnd had no word lo say ot his deceased friend. A few days alter one of his murderers was appointed Stati Prosecutor in California. Mr. Douglas was called upon 'o vote, and voted aye, und all he said about it wab (hat it wus no objection to man that he wis a second in a duel! I don't know how this thing may strike y u, but I would never vote for him for doir-pelter. What is there in Douglas that you like? He has been in the habit of alluding to Mr. Clay. No in in ever pursued Mr Clay as did Douglas; and how old Clay men can go in iiiii this psrty hack pas ses my comprehension. Mark my words il you stick to Douglas you will soon bs wanucring iik6 uneasy spin's, in search of something to adhere to. The old parly rats are going over to Breckinridge in ad vance, and most of the Douglas men ad here to him only to preserve the county offices. After Mr. Sherman had concluded his speech, Air. Uohtjn followed in a brief speech, sotting forth clearly and forcibly tho Republican dootrine. In tho ovening (he Wide Awakes, 300 strong, had a procession. The destiny wus magnificent. They wore addressod Ly Chas, IoB.ano, Kq., and others, in elo quent and appropriate ttpeeches. CHAKLIJY IU A It I IN. In the Canvuss of 1058, Mr. Martin opuniy by pnva'.e and public speech EN DORSED THE ADMINISTRATION OF JAMES BUCHANAN. HE WAS FOR LECOMPTON, FRAUD AND ALL FOR TUN ENGLISH BILL WITH. ALL ITS INIQUITY. His nomination was considered an Ad uiiuisti'Hliou lrumph;nnd his friends, aud especially tha Eagle, boi tic I that it was such. As chairman of a committee on resolutions in this county, he reported in My 1858, tho following resolutions: I. Unsolved, That tho Democracy of lu r n u iu county now, as nerelore, declare their linn und unalterable ndherence to the principles of the National Democratic party as inculcated in the Cincinnati Plat i'uim. i. lieeolved, That we hereby fully en dorse the course and policy of James Bu chanan, FiCMileiit of the United Slates, und recognize in him a faithful and sblo . . . i l . . : . -i . exponent oi uemoerutiu principles an., a true and steadfast friend ol the Uniuiiand the Slums. 3. Ji'esoloeJ, That the position assum ed by tho Congressmen from this Sttte, in support of die present Administration merits and leeuives our unqualified ap probation snd endorsement, and we here by tcrder to them the unanimous con cra'.uhitions of the Democracy of Fuir field county. If Hny one doubts the position of Mr. Martin, let him resd the above, which wo think sets the whole uiattoratrc.it. Mr. Martin has never recanted llieso views. His friends have nover done it for him. Doos Mr. Martin still entertain theie opinions? Doos he still agreo with Mr. Buchanan upon tha question of slave ry in thu Territories? Let us hear. In 18CB tho Dora ictatio party sought to foi co Kansas into (he Union against the protest of liar peoplo, with n population not exceeding 60,000 BECAUSE HER CONSTITUTION RECOGNIZED SLAVERY. In I8G0 the camo party voted sgainst her adminsion with a popu. latino of ovor 100,000 BECAUSE HER CONSTITUTION DID NOT RECOG NIZE SLAVEUY. ITlArtln Favors WUtto Slavery In the Territory of New Mexieo, there was, when we acquired it. and is now, a law SANCTIONING WHITE SLAVE. RY OR SERFDOM-b law by whioh WHITE MEN AND WOMEN ARE BOUGHT AND SOLD LIKE H01SES AND CATTLE by whioh wbite men & women may be sold into SLAVERY FOR DEBT a law authorising the master lo INFLICT PUNISHMENT upon his WHITE SERFS, aud denying the Slave a hearing in the courts for redress of griev ances. This odious and inhuman barberism was sought to he swept away by the Republi cans of the last Congress snd MARTIN VOTED AG VINST THE LAW INTRO DUCED TO ACCOMPLISH THAT END, thus indirectly sanctioning WHITE SLAVERY. What think you poor men of tho country of this Will you vote for a man who voted lo sanction and sustain such infamous laws such barbarous and inhuman practices. lUartin for Poly ffainy , . During the last session of Congress a "Bill" was introduced by tho Republi cans to ABOLISH POLYGAMY IN UTAH. MR. MARTIN VOTED AGAINST THE BILL, thus virtually sanctioning that infamous and debasing in ililution, revolting as it is lo humanity, shocking as it is' to docenoy, corrupting as it is to molality, and poluting, as it does, the very foundations of human soci ety. Let no man, therefore, who does not FAVOR THIS BARBARISM VOTE FOR MR. MARTIN. Wheu Mr. Martin was bofore thu peo ple, as a candidate for the place he now occupio-i, many Republicans voted for him out of personal considerations. He was elected by their votes. As a reward for (heir kindness, he, in the only speech he ever made in Congress, denounced them as "fanatical," ''sectional,'' m "dis unionists, ' and "abolitionists." Will any be found with so little self respect as to repeat the compliment? Do you favor POLYGAMY, vote for C. D. Martin. Do you favor "WHITE SLAVERY. voto for C. D. Martin. Dj you endorse the Admii.Llration of Jambs 3uchanan, yoto for C. D. Martin. Do you stand by the LECOMPTON CONSTITUTION, FRAUD & ALL, voto for Mr. Martin. Do you sustain the KNCLfSII BILL. vote for C. D. Martin. Do you opposo all these things, vote for V. B. Horion. "Thinos is WoiiBtNa." The extramo to which a few bad men at the bottom of the fuss has been raised over the Locomp ton Constitution, are currying their fao- tious opposition, ie fust producinL' that wholesome reaction which will put all things ultimately riht: PAYNE ii CO.. I r A If f.- A I t. . n . . . . .... ' unvc -VLiitUAUX UUNE 1'AK E NOUGH TO CONVINCE THOU SANDS THAT THEY ARE NO LON GER TO BE TRUSTED BY MEN WHO HAVE NO INTENTION OF DESERT ING TO THE ENEMY. Honcc we find that sundry excellent demoeratio papers which held back for a while are beginning to come boldly into the arona, aud that others which havo been counted on the anti Locompton nide,Hhow no favor to such meetings as the Columbus State Conven tion. Ohio Eagle, 'C8. Well gentlemen, what do you think now, about the "extremes to which a few bad men at tho bottom arc carrying their factious opposition?" Do you still be lieve that 'Tayne id Co., have gone far enough to convince thousands (bat thcy aro no loneer to be trusted bv men who have no intention of desarting (o tho eno ui ?" Lot us hear from you. . AGS or VIRTUE. Ks.. ; V The love of truth is inate in the human heart. The universal brotherhood of man an inextinguishable propensity to 'form societies, governed by charily, mutual sympathies, fraternal regard for other and community of interest, are attii butes planted iu man by hi maker, snd underly all the great and noble deeds which he is capable of achieving. To de velop and strengthen the normal powers of tho intellect; and the moral sentiments of the heart; and to direct them in the as cending plane of existence, is the appro pi iate mission of the journalist: What ever falls short of this; or panders to a less worthy objocl, is unworthy of public confidence and patronage. When men read, hey are to some extent thinking the thoughts of the author. Tbsy adopt his methods of reasoning; and if his deduc tions and reflections are ingeuious, they in some measure arrive at hie conclusions: or, the reader may raise issue with the anthor, and combat bis views. The bias however, which the writer is likely to give to the judgment of his reader, sug gests the importance of reading none but the best authois. The judicious read er will compare what he reads with such standards of truth and logical con clusions, as. his abilities will enable him to draw. This is the province of reason and it is the duty of every man to exer cise it. The " Age of Virtue" will appear some time this fall. It will be ootavo in siz-; nnd each number will contain 10 pages. It will be printed on fine, wbit?, book pa per, with superior ink; and will issue twice caoh month. 24 numbers will com plete each volume, und may be bound in a handsome book. The type and all the materials with which it will be executed, will be new, and will form one of the neatest journals in circulation. Its prin ciple literature will be of the highest order, both original and selected; and yet il will be adapted to the capacity of the youthful, ns well as the more maturo mind . Gems of prose and poetry will be carefully culled, but noth ing will ever find a plaoe in tho columns of the ''Age," that does not exalt the high er and nobler aspirations of the thoughts and sentiments of roan. The compilation of such a work, if strictly carried out, will require a vast amount of labor. Al ready a few highly talented contributors have been securod; snd should the Age attain to a large circulation, the number of us correspondents will corresponding ly increase. I have promised to make the Age un ique. It will be. in that regard, that whilo its mission will be, not so much to tickle tho vanity or levity of man, it will labor lo contribute exclusively to the im proremeut of his understanding, and the exaltation of his social, his moral and his rohgious nature. The price of the Age of Virtue, will be fl,-:ouyoar, or firo cents per numbor: which, in view of tho value of its contents will mako it the cheapest literary journal in circulation. To those who choose to subsoribe for it by thoyar, it will bu sent oy mail six months, beloro the money will be considered duo; but I will be most thankful for advanced pay at any time. It will be my intention, when its charao tor shall be established, to publish it eo tireiy on luo cash principle II. SCOTT. Arrival of ihePonf Express." St. Josiph August 3.st. By the Po- oy Express we have dates from San Fran cisco to the 18th. ) It i rumored that the Tehuantepeo route is to be opened, and a line of steam ers established between San Francisoo and New Orleans. . The pony which should have brought the express letters with St. Louis dates to August 4th, arrived at Carson River on the 15th, without rider orlotter bags. It is supposed the rider was throw:, from his horse, or that he was killed by tho Indi ans. Yet alter an interval of three days no explanation was found. The last two expresses have taken their usual supply of letters. All the political parties are actively en gaged preparing for the nomination of electoral tickets. In the interior, politics engross public attention. In San Francisco the Republicans man ifest the most forco and zeal. They will probably carry the, city, and are sanguine of carryir.g the State. Col. Fremont has issued a notice to the Chinese miners on his grant, not to pay any more license tax under the State law taxing foreign miners. He claims the gold as his property, over which the Stato has no control. The, principle whether the owners of land under our government are also owners of tie minerals in the soil isa question never decided by tho Supreme Court. . - J i. . - . . -. i i, .. . ,l. : .... i .i. 1 1 . . gniiu uuuisu tm. laiiuwmoia ir not tnsn seii mum at nvs dollars per sere, a maa in Ohio tut what might be culled j Millions or acres aro held in the wrst by a popular sovereignity nun. We mau thoe who never saw the land, aud never Ku llila Ik li..ll nf f lis liA.itilM I., rut.- I n ill Tl... I, Li. ri s"- r r . 'i iwpiiDiiosn lues is to set a that no man and no power shall be shot tti people. This kiud of popular sover eignly wo all agree upon Republicans, Democrat, Bell men, and all. You are all popular sovereigns, (imply became jou exercise all the power of govern juent. Constitutions may be framed for your government, but they . are worth coining unless snbroitted lo you. Then von go to work and elect a governor, Isghuatare, and alt necessary oflioers. Yoa at real, genuine popular sovereigns sad that kind of popalar ovrignty we sr juit as muoh ie favor of a you are and little tnoie, beoauM we have it in till Bute in oar own bands. (Laughter.) If ibis is Douglas Democracy, then I am j a Douglas Democrat; put they call me ret black, Republican. . if lie land aside lor hoineateuds, and lo say that no man ahull buy huds at any prioe unless ho wid go there and settle upon it. Every Republican in Congress voted for such a law, and. by the grace of God, a very few Domoorats were permitted (o vote with us. The real majority of (he Demooiats iu both Houses wore opnosud to it. You think Douglas a bold mm. IIo is the grestest dodger that ever was in Congress. The taiiir, homestead, pre emption bill, (he bill sgaiust adultery in Utah, and the bill against white slavery in New Mexico, were all successively dod ged by Douglas, though they were voted upon by your representative, Mr. Martin. Yon will finit 11..1 .. rv i 1 ' wuau Asouirms votetl I t;Cheert.) ngh ho roied, with the Republionos Douglas going Southward, and ho is still on Ihe stump. He atoms lo bs re markably fioe from tho thront disease, bowel complaint, ifco , whioh unfortunate ly trouble him ovory timo a delicate ques tion oonva before the Senate. Ho i still proclaiming, great ie popular sovereignty and deserving of the Presidency is i'a il lustrious inventor! Tha little fallow is doing woll, considering that he hasn't yet found his dear mother. jtiT-'Mr. 8 , dont you think the LJrorof de Eagie is a msn of psris?" Tondodly so, Miss 0 , he is part iiiim-tkuu, part knave, and part looll" Miss C asked the above, after read ing the leading editorial in last weeks Kagle oti'tho Kentucky orator and gentle man, Caasiua M. Clay. XV A Western papor says: Douglas is mking the tour of the Eastern cities, and indulging in stump speohes: 'Some folk think it improper. We don't. W be lieve every man has a perfect right to or der bow hit own funeral thall be conduct td, ' itfrTha following item we copy from the Ashland Union, each offering a re ward of one hundred dollars to any op ponent of tho Torritoiial polioy oflhe Ad ministration, or any Black Republican, who will salisl'sctoiialy disprove, or shew, that tho several positions assumed in thorn are not true. Friend Knap your money is perfectly safe, the WHOLE REPUBLICAN PARTY WITH DOUG LAS, PAYNE tfe Co., TO AID THEM CAN .VOTMAKE ANY SUCH SHOW iNQ.i'ayli 1868. too Rewnrd. Tho above rowaid will be psid to any opponent of (ho Territorial Administration who will show any pro vision in the law organising Kansas and Nbraka, which roqired that the Con stitution adopted by (he people of Kansas, (hrough (heir Delegates in Convention, should be submitted to a vote ol the peo ple of said Territory for ratification. 100 Howard. Will bo paid to any Renublican who will show that (hi- Kansas polioy of the President is in conflict with the Cimiiniiati plat (or m. t IOO He ward. Will bo paid to any man who will de monstrate that the opposition to (he Kan eas policy of Mr. Buchanan, so far as tha icaatrs are ooncorned, is not seliish and laetious. Well, Messrs. Editors, do you now, as then, belisvo that the "Kansas policy of me AiUmmstralion" is In "strict conformi ty with the "Cincinnati Platform." Do you think Ihe $100 offered ' to any man who will danomtrati thai the opposi tion to the Kansas policy of Mr. Buchanan, so far as the leaders art concerned, is not seljish and factious, muld be safe today. Do you still believe that the whole Re publican party, with Douolab. Painb dr. Co. to aid them, oould not make such a showing. Let us bear. 3Ttl. L. Cbidbb. Prsctieal Dentist, ha removed his office to the room lately occupied by Ktso dt Fibnun, Oieiy' BJock. Se advertisement. Lancaster, Sept. 1, 18C0. Pursuant to notioe, the friends of Bell ds Everett mot at the office of F. M. Wa. enhuls. The meeting boing1 called to or der, Cpt. Joshua Clarke was called to the Chair, and P. Bope Scietary. The object of the meeting being stated, Col. P. Van Trump offered the following: Resolved, That wo deem it ernedieni fn form a Constitutional Union Cluh to ha called the Hocking Township Ball k Ev- oirvt villi.. On motion of Doctoi Wagenhals Resolved, That this meetinar now sloot permanent officers for this Club, wheupon Cpt. Clarke was unanimously elouted Chairman, and P. Bope Secretary, and P. M. Wasrenhals. .treasurer. On motion. Resolved, That the Presidont nnni.intnn Execuiido Committee, whose duty it ehall De to collect funds to carry on the om paign, whereupon the following gentlemen were appointed; Henry Carponior, John Matlack, Geo. BurOniry. William Vorhes, Joseph Staf ford, Dresbaeh Drum, and David Ponce. On motion, Resolved, That the EexoutiveCommittee be instructed, ti report (ho names of all ths friends of Boll & Everett of (hisTown hip at the next meeting. On motion Resolved, That this Club hold its reg ular meeting on Friday evening of each week. On motion, Resolved, That the Editors of our city P-i.urs, oe roapeouuiiy requested to pub lish tho proceedings of this meeting in the city papers. On motion Resolved, That this moetins now ad journ, to meet Friday evening next, Sep tember 7lh, at half past 7 o'oloek. at the lown Hall. J. CLARKE, Pros't, P. Bopb. Sco'y. The platform of 186G was in advance of the Dred Scott decision, a recognition of the constitutional right of the people of the territories t j hold slaves as proper- 7. v ""y sawju to to tto. Qhio Eagle, Dtcetiber i, 1858. Is this tho dootrine of the Douglas par ty of to day? Do you Messrs: Editors, so understand tho Cincinnati Platform Now? Tribute of Itcspecl. Resolutions of Charity Lodgo No. 1, 1. 0. 0. F., on the death of Bio. Bowman Wubbbas, It bas pleased God in his in finite wisdom, to remove from our midst, by the hand of death, our esteemed Bro M. Bowman. Resolved, That in the death of Bro Bowman, his ftmily hai met with an ir reparable loss; also, the community in which he lived, a good titiz-n, and this Lodge an esteemed and worthy member. Resolved, That wesin -erely sympathize with the relatives and friends of our de parted brother in this sad dispensation. Resolved, That in token of respect for titu memory ot the deceased, our Lodge room be Bhrouded in mourning for the period of thirty days. Resolved, That a copy of these resolu tious, signed by the officers of this Lodce. be forwarded to the family of the deceased; also, be published in (he Lancaster Gazette anu Uhio JVigle. J. A. STAFFORD, N. G. Wm. Vonrs, Sec'v. 0ptrial Notices. A Free Fight. I If PBPBMDEMT CAKPIPATE. r. ..(. ttirt,U Cly 01. Uniollcllwl bjr frl.nd.,of ra.own freewill ind eeorS. I preMnt my.nlr ta "Independent Candldile" for th. office of Coontr Andlior Ibli fill nti in lining o,enme baton jou ir..i,. .boulil, : believing tb.liiiu.unly .ad oapulu re lb only per quliltoi aeoeiury U one mklnr lb offlteln which J plre; and which 1 moat earoeilly auPcltat jour hands. 1 bare llvod amongst yon for the period of thirty-four years, hire sorer hea office, nor hereto, for sought one at the bands of Hie peoplo. M qual ifications foj tha competent dlscbonto or tho respon sible trust com milled to Ihe euro of an Aunilor ofthis ooiinty aro well known to many of you, anal hope will bo favorably considered. If, by yonr suffragea, 1 should be cailod upon lo manago tho affairs of aald nmoo.l Baiter myself yon will not be disappointed In Iho confidence bestowed, Aslt regards canvassing the county to anllcit votes' I have neither timo nor money lo engage In II ,ren,ul- ring aa II does every hour not deviled to necessary rest, to earh a living for family depandont upcn the raault ofaiy lab.rs.andabova aft 1 have (natu ral repugnance to boringlho people and wnjtint lliolr time. "Nouiotoitba!" JOHN G. W1LLOCK.. DR. UNDERWOOD, Of Chicago, Illinois. Ike eminent and skillful npe.-a-loron tha IS ye and Bar, whose reputation la so exten sively kiiowu throughout tho Uulted Mntos, will ar rive in Jjincastor, 0.,on Friday, September Mtli, and nay bo consulted ot tha Cook Houaa. that day only Dr. U. being a regularly educated Pbysioian and Sur geon of the old school, and having had an experleuco or 115 years in practice, will perform any operation on tho bye and Eur necessary lo restore sight lo the blind, hearing lo the dosfor by oiherndequulo means to re move any disease of those useful organs wilbiu tho roach nf science and human skill. TC7So charge fnraxamiualiou or consultullon. 3vv Lincaslar A ug. 30, 1!)00. coMMUKtCATBD OBITUAKY. Died, At the residence of his father, in Hocking township, on the 31st day of August, 1860, Alonzj P.,S30 of William S. and Z. M. Coflsian, agod 10 years 2 months sod 29 days. The deceased, though young, was early taught the sublime doe times of tho Bible whioh enabled him, during his severe af fliction of eleven days lo fully resign him self into the hands of Him, who alone co'd sustain him, in his mortal extremity, and convince his much afflicted and stricken parents and friends that he had not sought the feaviour in vain. He was devotedly and ardentlv attach- eu to mo oaooam bciiooi, and peculiarly so, to his friends and associates. Thus hs lived, and as loved bv all who knew him, until the hour of his dea'h, which was tnumplnnt. He called' to his bed of suffering all who surrounded him, and with a confident assurance of a' home in Heaven, he exhorted, with such eloauence and pathos, whioh we might expect from a mature and experienced christian-, all to meet Lira in HeaVenf. Thus he continued until the last spark of vitaliiv was extin guished, and his -happy spirit took its flight to the bosom of Him, who said, "Suffor little children to coma unto me. and forbid them not. for of such ir the kingdom of God.' G' Died In this city on Iho 23d met . ol Consumption. STEPHEN WETZLER Rged 22 years. Mr. Wetzler was born in Fairfield coun ty, Ohio, and emigrated to this oily at theatre of 12 years. Dunne- tho neriod of his residence smong us he had attached to himself a large circle of friends, and won an enviable reputation foi integrity. In the first bloom ol manhood, a bright future soomcd opened before him, but consumption (as'ening its relentless fangs upon him, blighted that future on earth and hastened his departure tithe silent tomb. He was burned with military honors by (he Burlington B1ub, of which company he was a worthy member. Iowa State Gazelle, Burlington. On the 20th Auz.. I8 60. Nakcv Janr daughter of Rhode and Henry Welch, agid V IWHie V UJlllbalD. Aug. 29th, Psrrv Edward, son of Hen ry nnd Rhoda Welch, ne-ed 7 veais 1 1 months and 21 days. Peraone afflicted with (he Fever and Ague should not spare either timo. trouble or ex pense to procure Dr. Hottelter'l Cllthratei Bitttrg. whose beuehVlent effects upon the system has been clearly proved to those who have been stricken down Inaahorlspaceorilmobythisdriiadful enrsa. whoso checks are wau and meagre and whote uights aro sleepless and restless and whose oyos are dim and sunken, with death staring them In the face, this coin pound roost prove a blessing: snatching them, as II were, from the inou'h of the grave. None tan know It. true value until they have tested It. When all Mhera have failed, the so Bitters have restored the suf ferers to pristine health. Their popularity in all tho WeWiialJ1oulUer' Prti should Introduce thoui Sold by Druggist and dealers goners ljy everywhere. KJSaoiNl'ertlseiuoiil iu another column. ims3; Dr. Bronaou'e lilaod Foad. The demand for this unrivalled Pre pa rat on Ii be yond tho possibility ofa doubt, and Its sale is becom ing as large silhnt of any other article now before the public. Tens of thousand or persoos who are suffer ers are now seen dally walking tho streets of all Die principal cities of the Union, and by their Influence spreading the fame of Dr. Br,,..,'. Blond Food throughout iho civilized word. But tho trial of one bottle is mora convincing than all wo could any in ' whole no Wkpaper column. (I gives life, health, and beauty lo the alt, and restores, as If by magic, tboso whose were supposed to be Irrecoverably lost. We need only to any, try it. We would alio call tho attention of Mothers to Dr. F.aton'i Infantil, Cordial. This Is said to be superior toanyartlclo of the kind known. If your anxious hearts are pained by witnessing Ihe sufferings of your little ones, lose ao time in procuring a bottle. It , en Invaluable specific for Infanlsteolhlng.lhoir gums, and allaylngall fever and Irritation. By all means ire I the Cordial, relieve tha suffering, of your children, and enjoy unbroken your own repose. Meerii.er and Farmtr, Bridgeport, Ct. See advertisement. ImS3 The TJnl voanl Cough Kenicdr in eaten of WHOOPING COUGH. There n re probably ,roore etsos of Whooping Couch continued to groat lens-Hi ot time by the use of Keinedles containing expecto rants, which not only aggravate the Cough, but run down the system, making the Cough fatal or produc ing Consumption than by any other causo. 'ihla la completely obviated in tho Universal Cough Remedy, winch contains nothingtn prostration; and the Courli' yle d. natural y while the aystem Is su.ialned. Ke auli.Justl , this deelaratlou.uiid all are asked lo sails-" fy thomsoivos by trial. ILT ooeadvuitlsement. Inpcctluc.Tho Persian Fever Charm For the prevention and cure of F.oer and Jten, ant' Bihau Freer, This wonderful remedy wiuffj.ought lh ? .Thr10'1" U"" Proprietor, by . f,l, Land ""e" ln Por,' a"a ,i! f0''1""","' ,lvor Knphr.let,lieexperlene iM.nr'ri"cltofFever"ml ue- 0n dl'oover lng his condition, one of the Boatmen look from hia person , ,,1, paying " We.r ,ki. iW' nw .1 y ., Incredulous ns lo Its vir- luoa . ho compl ed,and ex perienced immediate rolio', au has since al ways fouud il an uffeclion from all malarious com ptalnls, ..?.rKf".rU.'?r,!'.v",ll,""n" Ue ,on"l ,n' Ibe bontmaW attributed to It mlracul. power., and said that it could only be obtained from Ihe Priests oflhe Suo. Somellnieaftorwards, tho gentleman In conversing with a Prlesl obtained from hi in the lecret of Its t re- wa foo.V . f-rr'i1!'."1 "r"-'re ,lie borba were forthd, of which It was compounded; The wot - nr.lll.l'r,U,!,?f,,i,?"r"d,!h,v,'l''''u':'''' full bo leflntho inlndsorihonollvesln the miraculous heal ing powers of their Prions. Nince his relurii tn an.alAH ...... ... i 'Pr-iesl effect by s overal Lndlos and Gentlemen fled ifr. ll' "riV" Wb VT? 1Ve" 11 ihe ".qu.ll fledpraiae. This remedy having been a specific In Per.i. forhnndredsoryear.. for the prevention and offored to the American people. It will be sent by mall, prepaid, with full directions for nse, on receiptor one dollar. "-rottiona rnuciimi iiepot and Maait factory, 1R8 Main Street.' Richmond, Virginia. Ilrsnch nmJ u.'i roeoce Building1; New York. Arfdre.s -uuew, ioou-1113 JOHN WILCOX 4 CO. Dr. lleback'a Scandinavian UleodPllla' and Ulood Purifier. "The blood I. OiA lira it ..u. uA-i. e i , na.a iriiiiiiiiiu, bo says Kclencealso. bxpel corruption Irom the blood arid nodlsease can win l th. u.. m j ..... .L 11 a ... - ,r. .... H.J UIOI1U fills nno Psnfler poiform their task effectually. They are poworltil vegetable detergents, and cure all forms of' rtiseaso, whicarlse from impure blood, .Imply bo fi ?.,h,lr remoT the common cnosus of disease from tho life-sustaining fluid.. (Icuco their apparently' miraculous cures of scrofula. nr,...il...,. i, ........ ' potisla, liver onmplaints, rheumatism, swelling of the' joint., and all a flections of the Internal orgaus. which' uo not proceed from malformation. u reeauroriiseinuiit, lin 10 PIANO FORTES tMElODEOIe$! B S. S. FASSETT la wow openlne; In tnie C'lljr, at the Parker Sewing- Machine Office,. Oleay Hlock, for jsxanmox and sale. the celobrated Light d Bradburyi, Ravin & Baooa I S fYrrtf MOES; MODEMS from the Factories of K. M Bishop, H. A. Jewell and George A. Prince. We would aall the attention of tha ellliens to our Light and Bradler Piano which has tha patent in, ulat,d Iron Frame and Over strung Base. This Instrument Is ealabratad far retaining Its origin al Mini, ami noi neooming uaru ami wirary, which Is ao much dreaded by those purchasing Piano Purls. All Instruments sold are guaranteed. Old Plannes taken In exchange for new. Lancaster, August 41, ISBOlltr Ay'I,'", l'bted to ma, will please call by the TBXTH OP SEPTEMBKK and PV np .--iT wall any longer, lam solsg Ksst at Ojst time and I Sin sttaaf a- A n namn ' In. v0 A Df n r a PILLS, A mm fcUtog Antidote ft-r Sick IM. acht, Dy-pcptti, Ferer nnd Ague, Oa urer vompiaiDS LDtuveuMi, . lllll . aJ. I 1. i-i.ii. AllllUUaUtam, tUllsIM, WIIO Hi praTed Aiipfltlte, Uiior if ObftrurtiooJ. Ac. 2A t'c. SiA 1 a WILSON 8 FILLS are universally a knolcdjd lobe tliebeUDow in use. AsaFonilly metllcf ns Uiey are partlcuUrly rocommended-slmple aud harnlsss, bat highly medicinal In tholr com MnaUen. One Fill a doss, with mild but ear tain stTucts. Ths robuitmanaadthadeliratsclilld use tliaui alike, with every assuranes of entire aahty. With Wllaon'l Fills, every Mother It. the land becomes bar own physician. They have proved tbsmselves a sfscino, and stand without a rival for Ihe following affections! nKADACflK, FKVBIt 4c AOCR, UK AD ACHE, FEVER as AODE, DTSPEPBIA, UVEB COHPLAIBT, . DYBPIP8IA, LIVER COHPLAIHT, Coitlreneia, Blliouaneas, Neuralgia, Coetlreneas, Blliouaneu. Nourajgla, Sold by Druggitts Sealer, everywhere. priparid By B. L. FAHNESTOCK St CO. mportors & Wholesale Druggists Ho. 60, eomer Wood snd iUi 8ts. . PITTSBUSOH, PA. sou nnrautoM or (B. L. Fshnesfock's Vermifuge. f Of) O CO v r r CO I to as co o W kri 4 L7j o a w o o o CO w CO A Valuable Fnriu for Snlci rP"?S"l"1'r"",,0'ror,"t Private sale a DES1HA-' 1 BI.B PA KM, situate In Washington Township,' PlCkaWaVl OlllllV. Ohio, thro and half n.lln. L-..i' of Clrclevlllo: and one half mile Norlh of the Lancna torlurnplke. Naid Form contains SOU acres -1IU acres oiwnicnislmprovert, and tho balnnro lnx SJOOopTlMBkH. Upon the Improved part Wl Ll.XG'HOUNK -nml onl.1,,,11.11.,-. i. ., .i..rVT' wallj of good waiur, a young orchard of 110 trues of choico grafted fruit, and t good Ftono Quary. For further narllcuiars: itdru nr a.ii n. .,..- scrlbor.ul Lancaslor, Olilo;-or KZKKIKI. MOKHIS, Lancaster, .May 17, 18G0 Bms7 HOWARD ASSOCIATION PHILADELPHIA. A ienteotent Imtilulion e,toHi,ked til tpetial F.n dojcm.nt.fortk, Hiliet of (As Sick and Di,lreed ajluted ttk Virnlenl and F.pidemie Diteate,, and ;p,ciallifortkt Cart of Lia,a of Ike Sexual Or gun,. M JI'l CAT. ADVIOK given grnlls, by tho Acllng Kurgoou, toall who apply by luitor. with a de .crlpilon or their condition, (ago, occupation, habits of lire, Ao.,) and In cases or extremo poverty, Medicines ' furiil.lied froe ofchargo. VALUAHLIt HK PORTS on Supermalorrh, and ' oilier Diseases of It a Sexual Oriu. n.l ii.. k u w KJf,M BpiHrl emiiloyod In Iho Dlsponsary, sent to tlie ' amicted In sealed lettor envelopes, froe of charge wo or in roe stamps tor postage will bo acceptable. Address, Dr. J. HKILL1N HOUGHTON.AciliigKur- Rn,l',"r,'IA,,B0l,Uo,,'I'0-,''th Ninth Slroot. lhlladclphis,P. By order ofihe Dlroclors. K 11 iriUTIVVI I n .. OKI. FAIHCHIT.D.sVc'V. ' Aug. , lriUi)-ll)-iy. CHANGE OF TIME. Cincinnati, wUmlngtonJcZaneeTllle!, I lAwa.ll.B -?l J No. I at s 15 p Lancaster, A ugtin J, iHeo-lmei Lancaster, Augiit., iwo RAIL ROAD. ON and aftor Monday, June llth lSOO.lhe schedule of linoforTralnsou tills road, Leaving Lancaa--tor wlllbeasfollowst Eaatirard Trains. Passenger at I ISP. M.arrlvlngatZanosvlllev . M.. lllHlclna lllrMMt Annli..lln.r ,L. I. -. Freight end AccommodatlonTraln al.1 20, A . M .' i.uiaai cam-sviiit at iu 15 A. M. Making direct couiiecl onsfortbe East and Wosl via. the Cenlrali Ohio Kailroad. Passengersfnr Columbus will take' thlslraln. TbeaboveTralnsstopatallslatlons. rrolghiand Aroommodstion Train leaving Morrow ate e P. M. will on Saturday night run to Lancaster' on oard time, and from there resume lis trip onMon---day morning. r Wtatward Tralna. !!!,:S.aV.onor,1IU0 A. M.,arrlvlngt Clneln nail 4 40 P.M. Frelghtand Accomm.idallon Train at 7 00 P.M. doparlureat7 15 P. M. arriving at Cincinnati atSOO. A. M. Frelghtand Accommodation Train leaving Zanes vlllootl .i P.M. will onSalurday night run lo Lances-' tarand from there resume Us trip on Sunday night. WM. KBY BOND, Receiver. . R. D. ABBOT, AsslslantSupertuteDdsnt. June 14, 180 3tf Eatate el Caerft-a W. Graff. JYTOTICB Is hereby given, that the iinderslgned hte IU been appointed sndduly quallflsd as Administra tor of tbe Mutate of O BO HO 8 W. ORI PP, decoaaed late of FalrBeld county, Ohio. All persona havlog, clalmsagalnat asld K.late will presentthem for settle ment, legally authenticated within one year and all those indebted will make Immediate payment. NAMUEL JAGKSCN, Adm'tor,, August S3, 1800-3wl '