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VOL. 2 NO. 27.
BLOOMSBURG, PA., FRIDAY, JULY 2, 1868,
PIIIOE FIVE CENTS.
STOVES AND TINWA11K.
TACOll MKTZ, flenlrrlH .totea 1 tlnwaro, Mr-ln
(J t., nlinvo court house, vlul.l
RKV- A. IIAIITMAN, Move., Tliiwnrn or nil
kiiiilsj, HpouilnB etc. l'lrst more on Wt end
nl woulli Main Htreet. v2-nl7
" "cLOTiiiyg, Ac.
DUIWMNUI'.lta, morchanttatlor, .lalnt., 2d
uoor nljovu American house. vl-u 1.1
T W.CIinMlinttr.tN.whole.alennctrctaU ileal
U. or In clothing, etc.; llarttnan'a building, Main
DHUGS, CHEMICALS, AC.
T N, MOVI-llt, ilmealst nnd nnothceary. I
J,' change lilnclc Main nl. vl-nl3
1,1 P. I.UTZ, (IrucatHt ami apothecary. Htmerl
J J. block, Main til., west of Markt t. vl-wi."t
CLOCKS, WATCHES, AC.
f OIIIS) lir.ltNIIAItll, watch and cluck maker.
Jj in-irKimtheaHi comer Maititind Irnn'ts.vl-hl.1
n v.. haVaiii:, iicnlcr id
lock ttiitclii's mid
V7. ,enclr , Main
Jlt below- American
lo, k inakiT, Maiai t
I .MOTS AND ISIIOK.S.
t 'V V. Il i ,t .ill I ,ll nliiiitlvc'.Mllit
1 SOI. 1. 1' 111 It lutiliu.." I'UI'i an I'h'ltil
il' and lioi s.Miuli st opp i.lle l.plseiipii
TfKlt ICIiUIM manul.tctuter it ml ihwW in
hunt- a ).! uliUi'H. lirucri les
DAVJI 1U.TZ, iMxit nud Klmrtnalttr, M.iln st
below llnrtman'n Morn, wet of Market hired.
I ItO K ICSS I O N A 1 j.
Jit t'.VAXH, M. I), tit uiMu mid physician Mouth
side Malu St., below M.ukfl. vl-rHI
t It. It. l IvIniK'A siiirenn ih-mWt, teeth extract
J )N, opal ('butch.
ij im iinniu pain,
V I 1 M
JM. MMCHIiVY, M. 1. nurircon it nil phyd. nin
uorili Mdu Miiia st., Udow Market, vl-nlt
re. ltirrn.lt, M. I. surgeon and Physician.
J Market M., boe Mnln. vl-u.lt
DU. II c. HOn.lt,urKeon dentist, Main ft.,
ubovoeonrt bonne. vl-Ult
II. ItOlil,s iN, Altorney.nt-Law, OlHco Hiirl
, iu.iii'b budding, Main telnet. v-'-nJii
1'. OlI.VI.l-'ANr.Hurncon UdiitUt. Mini Ht.,
be ovv Market. Next door to Dr. tivuim y2-'27
MJLIilNKUY & FANCY GOODS.
AllSS L1ZZIK 1IAHKLUY,
litutkttiii!, Mulu st.
MISS A, 1). Wniill, runcy hckmN, uotlnnt, books,
stationery, north Mile M.tln street below M-ir-kit.
p rrrrnitMAN, millinery ami faney rhv-U op
Jj polite Upfseopftl church, Main 8t. vl-nt.l
MHS. JUUA A. A HAI: HAIt ICLHY, Inillen
eloakHnti'l Ureas pattern , nouthcaBt cornrr
Mulu and westt. vlntt
MHSM. TH:iirilCKSON, mllllnrry ami fancy
Hoods Malnst., opposite Court House, vl-i.il
MUS, M, I). FUUMAN, milliner, Main st., below
Hartman'B storo, went of Muikei at. vnlJ
riilli: Mlssra HAUMAN millinery and faucy
1 KooJs, Main street Just below Ainerleau lioue.
IIOTKIS and saloons.
J LLA COCK, oyster and eatln naloon, Ameri
can House, Main st., lUlUcr Ijeacock mupenn
WIDMYKU & JAC01JY, confeetlonry, bakery,
and ojwter aloon, wholciialo and letall.Kx
clmnio block, Main ht. vl-nH
I.iOXAWKIin, confeetlontry.hakety. tind oys
' tcrwUnon, wliolcbalo and retail, Main .t.t Just
in'loy Iron. U-n 11
pXCHANOn HOTr.L, by KoonsAClark.Maln
J jht., ojiposlto court house. lnl-i
l MritlUAN HOUHi:, by John Ijucotk, Main
A t., west of J rou sttcet. 1-nl.l
rvmiw HonX, by 0,V, MAUann.castcixt of
1 Main fat. v 1 nrt
BHTOIINHIt, irfreshmcnt suloon.Maln Bt.ijust
, above couithoutc. vl-nH
I'OONrt A. ChUKt refreshment
, change hotel.
rit. OirXMOUi:, refrcsliment baloon, Milvo's
H block south Mto Malust. vl-ui:t
MKllOIIANTrt AND GUOOKKS.
11 J At
groceries etc Mutn
abnvo Court House,
n IT Mill.!'
n .lupenswnio! (lour, Ht't, hiot
iler In dry Roods, cnx-erle,
1HJUUI1N, I II',
I'.xchautfH 1 thick, MumMrei t,
A to, ilealeiR In drytioorN,
(tc,, iiorllifiiiot corner Mufnuiui Maiket hl.lul-I
tl groreiieh, Hour, fted.
TI I , llOWXIt, li.itx and citp, boots and isIukm.
,-ti.un m tuntvo woiiii lioue.
CI 1. MAltH, iliy uoods and notloiiH, tsouthufsl
comer Main and Iron his. vlnl.(
J. llltOSVint, dry k'hmIs rocciles, etc,, north
, wrt corner Iuln ami Iron his, vl nil
IIAIITMAN. dry ouds, notions, and
1 izrnei-ilen,, Main Kt
npnonio Li-rit) s rnrni-vl-nH
, co, mid confectionary, Main bl. oppo-sltt
l.piscopul Church. Null
OA. lti;rKl.Uy,Keytont'ihoeslt.re,lioi.ks and
, htatloiicry, southwest corner Market and
WII.LIAM KUAHM1W, coulcitlontries, Main
nC, utar the railroad, vl-ntf
MUNli;NHAI.I,Beni'ral Ktock of uieuhaii
it dlmoand lumber, corner of Malu strict aim
Hciwlck road. vl-nH
l .1. KOIilllNH, dealer In dry oods uu'erlen i tc.
tj Hhlve's block, JIjilnst., below Inm yl-nl.t
1 K. niltTOX, Oioopiles A Provisions, outh-u:i-t
etnier Mln and Iron istteeU, l-uit
( 1 W.Himii.n, hardwtue, eutlery,"
W. t.. below lioll,
i .1. Kl.(J..S. ilt-nli-r liwhiir. Jilrv i-i
.1, Sl.OA.N, ilealerlu cln)Uoilry gooiU, Ilotie
kecnlnuKootls. titbli LTocerltb. cttt.. Lie. Mali
A ItecplnnKootls, titbli grocerUb, eta, clc. Mnln
M oppntte coin hnUve. V-IlH I
(K. IA I. U, jo mirths ami emtal Uieichuudle
Main tl,, uWie West. 1-uH
l T. HllAJtl'ljOH. dry liitoiu. u:
j, i-hiien.ctc., It u pt-i I block, Main t.. wea oi
S( UAMl.lt A A. I-.. HAIlL'ItST.l)nlcrslU
, Oiocirles. Conttclloitt r!rs and Notions
Sci'Uown. south side, two doois nbovo Urobbt's
w aoninalff r shop. s tii.
hi It k on liuln Bt., wvstofMuiLctkt. l-nfJ
J. THOHNTON, wall imper, window uluuUs,
U nud tlxturcs, Uupvit blot. k, Main Ht, W-nt
HIIOSENSTOCK, photographer, Kxchnuge
, block, Malust,, opposite couit hoube. vl-iHJ
I h IlltOAIT. tdiotoutiinbrr. 1 hirtiiian'ii build'
ii lug norlheofct comer Main ond Market st, vl-nH
il J. IHDLEMAN. Acent Munson's Coriierlu
J!j bularMghtnlngHod, v'MHV
T 11. PUasiCM,, i-addle, trunk ami harness
tJ ninker, Malu ht., below court, house, vlnif.
ft l OSTl'Il. tlluo Maker, nuil whltoand iKncy
111 ivl ltlDU VVi li.lliuil linn i mux nit 17, a
Jjand dealers In Lumber, of nil kinds, planing
mill nearlho i all-road, vl-uld
i . t.enr koutbutst ofiiuer Kfutn and MaiketMt.
- i VITMAN. mniblo works, near southwchl
A coiner Mnln nnd Maikctsts. l-nll
I H. ItlNClI.KIt.denkr In pianos, nipniiM and
i, meUKUons.uttl, W.Corcn'sfuinltuiorooun
fli H.MASTIUtH, npent for nrocrA Haker
1 , sewing machine, Main bt llartmau's build
nit. up stairs. vl-nl'
w. ltnitUIKH. llnuor dealer second doortron
northwest comer Main and Iron su, vl-nli
tj PHACOCK. Notary Public, iioitheust eorutr
1 .iiimi aim (Mi.iKt'i
if 11V rilNKION. mnllinl nnd cnub rnlen tire
.1 li.kiin.nrn ci, in i urn v.noi I bfUkt earner Mill it unit
Wen kt. vl-nlt
f1i:0HOr HAHSritT, miinufnituier nnd repaid
l er of thlthtii innclilufH. Sampltt ! C'o's Ma;
l ill ne mop, i i't iii'in'-.'.tii m.
i H. K'HIIN. ib ah r In meat tallow, etc.. ('him
1 berllir nlley. bnflt of AincrltPU 1 oiiNe, vbnH
ri AMl I 1 .IAI dllY. Murblt Hint l'roun Sbilif
iMV ii I nfct Hhn.mibiiip1,ilrwIrkMttd. vlnT
1.T W KA MI'l 1 A ( O. Mn hf nUlH. Knst nionms
JN. burgmnr tnUioi-d. CafctlnKs imide at '''ort
Dtl. O. A. MKHAHOIX, phyRlelan and nureeon.
Main fit., next door to (iood's Hotel. Vl-nl7
BUIC'K IIOTKI. nnd refrrshment natnoti, by
Kd. Hverelt, tor. or Malniind lJnp tt.vlnt7
SWAN 1I0TIX, the upper housa by John Kny
dcr, Main btabne rine. V1-IH7
D K.SLOAN, dealer In dry good, Krocerlps,
, lumber nnd general Merchandise Main ht.
C1 KOIIO K LAZAItUH paddle nnd harncM maker
I Main ml., nbovo the Hwnn Hotel. V1-UI7
Vr H, SMITH, manufaelurfr of tin waio and
H ueiucr in biovcs eic, .
A A K. V. UOLKMAN, Merchant tailor nnd
, Oent'H furnlshiiitf goods, Mulu St., next dior
to the lulek hotel. Vlul7
H. IIAVmillMT, Clock., Watcheit and Ouiw
, ropilrfd, uuns and Wntchi's lor Bale, Main
lii'low l'lne. vl-nl7
I AMUS II. It ARM AN. I'nbini't Maker, nnd tin.
O ilerlakcr. Main ht., below Pino. vl-n 17
Mll'ltAlIlif. KlIM.Illl, Ciinrci tloniTy, llyinm
Ac Ai,,on I'lno hi., Wmcuii Main and Mill.
nil. AC. KI'.l.rllNllIt, r.la.kiinlllis on Mill
. PMrpit, nuir t'tni'. vl-nl7
tin 1. 1. 1 AM III. IJ i.MI.Hhi 11 liiuki'i' and lmtliur.il
tl niriTof Hil k, Mill st wii.1 nrlMni. vlnl"
1,'l.lAi .VYtH)t, H air nnd
I'i iiialiT In mum. Mil. mmt.
Mill, in. I
I RWl II. ii lll'l
l.ll. lion l iunili-i, M'i. hlh
t ' .it llOWH, Mlll"l.vl-li '
I jl .1. .HI I Ml II .' " '.' "
-i 'ii i a' .!
'. 1'n,. llllllilMlill I Man
MIH Miw-I, vl-n
J1IN K I.I.' t.
wiri-pi, i-pptisiii it.
it an 1
it. 1 1 1 , l : 1 1 1 m i iiiun mat, tviin mr nl
liiilldiMs, l.lln stri-ct, ludow iint'. vlnr.
AMIIIII. lll.l!l'l.i:ss, Millti'Pill tliullayhuM
) lllam I'liulii. Mnln M
M II UI.MA.N, i.. id. lie mill
), Hraiiiii'VlllH.opiioJllH Kr'i'iin
OlISClUnilANNAorllrlfh IIotPl..Kn-ti l.iiucU'r
O moiiiltlor.soiuli-i.ast corner Main ami hi'con.l
III.CItKAHY.dry unoils, Kioccrlts, ainlui'n
, rial Merchandise, Main hlrcct. vi-nl2
1). KINAttl), dealer In stoves and tlu-ware.
fM. II. AIlllKfT, attorney at law.Mnln Street.
n ILUKHT A KMNK, dry ((fiods, Kroeeilcs
j yeiiirni merciiauuisc, .Main ruree
r KKIIjKH, billiard saloon, oytiters, and Ico
IJ. erctiin In -ensun M liu Street. vi-nl
I'. DALt.MAN, Merchant Tailor, HccondSt..
Uoulilns" liulldlns. VMits.
DU. J. K. ItOUllINS, Hurgoon nnd riiy.slclali,
hocondbt., below Malu. 2-ul8.
J 11. KIHTMCH,"Catt.nvlsaHoiiie,"North West
.Corner Malu and Second Htrceu. vi-nls.
MM. IlItOD-sT, dealer In General Merchandise,
, Dry Goods, Groceries Sc. v2-nK
LIMIT STREET DIRECTORY.
)i: I'lat 13ST, dealer In dry goodi, Krncerles,
Hour, feed, (.alt, fl.li. Iron, nalli, etc., I.li;ht
JTKHWII.I.tlll.n, Cahlnellnaker, unacrliiker
and Cliall maker. vl-lUll
JO-IIU'II 'ALTi:it HUcKMiiltli, opposite iosl
If P. OMAN A. Co.
UOVl .UllOOl llllUMC.
Its. i:. KI.INI'i millinery niul fancy goods.
TV. HANKIIV, dealer in j.cainer, iuuen, uara.
etc. Cash paid for Hides. vl-nli)
TM. M. P.NT.
lealerlu stoves nnd tin ware In
ail uh nrantnes,
JOHN A. OMAN, manufacturer and dealer In
linotH and k1ioi,li. vl-nM.
1 J. I.KIHKIt, M. 1). huuton and l'lijslelan.
), OltU-o at Keller', lintel. VMO
I."f I".l I I.UUIii.SU .llllJO, n, l una i
Br. UKIOHAHH.iVimo., dealers In dry Roods
, groceries, nnd general merchandise, unll
1 I). UAI.mvr.I.L, dealer In ilry goods, ijroc.r
fJ. k'sniu-fosttre, hardware, llvh, Hilt, p'tlU,
, tie , ......
;iKJAUlMi"quehunua Planing Mill nnd
vniirw MAIilmiN'.dt'jibT Imlrv iroods. uro-
i eeiles. irraln. lumber e'c. Jersey town luli'
I AL'OII A. hWISIIIIU, tlealer in Hides, I
t he I
.irkctc. Madison tonMilp Oolumbla county
lAlT.SAMUKh KIMIiY, MadUon Hotel, Pro-
ers and SUunei s entertain, d. 2-n 1
At O. AW. II, SHOi:MAKi:it, dealers ill ury
ill lioiids, (.Tiiefries aim neueiai nun im""'
'iuttoio In houih end of town.
J A CO II A W.M. Ilnitl,d.nlcr
moeerlew. ilruirH nud mcdleiues.
In dry pnuls,
linrlli tud oi louii,
HOTELS AMI SALOONS.
liljUU.MnnUUli, LUbUJIlJIA I l.,
Tho nnderblirneil lmvlne nuichni-ed this well-
known and central ly-locaied house, the )x chnnge
1 1 iiti-l . hlliuttis nn MAIN Hllli:i';'J in ItlooiiiMblli IT
liiiinedlately onpohl o the Columbia count X'ou it
jioiie, lespeciiuiiv inioiiu meir iiiemit niai um
niilill In ireneial that I heir hoube Uliow In onter
lor the uciptlon and entertainment ot travellers
WHO lit IiumJniMi iu ihm'I ikt.i.u iiit-ii tta-
torn. 'Ihty haM'spaiednoexpcnsoln piepatlng
i he l-.schannefortlieintt i talnment oft heir guests
neither ilmlt there bo any tiling wanting on their
ail l in miniMcr 10 tueir peisonai coniiou. i tw
louse is bnnclous. nd niJoss 1111 excellent bus!
omulouses run nt ah limes between thoj;x
chnn ue Hotel nud the nrlous rail mud ileotn, by
which travelltis will bo pleasantly convtjtdto
undirom the icsptitlo btatlons In duo time to
meet the cars. KOONM A CI.AltK,
Illoonuburg, April 3, ivs.
uuuuuri w, iUALiUEU, rropntior.
Tlie nboe well-known hotel has recently under-
Kono rni cni cuauires in ns niiernai ariumrememi.
and Its pn piletor ounonnecs to ids lormer custom
and tho travelllnu pulillc that bin accomodations
for the comfort of his guests nro second to nono In
tim cnntityi'' Ills labln will nlwnvu be found sun-
plied, not only wllh substtintial tood, but with nil
I ho del Icacies of tho seanon. His wines and li
quors (except that popular becioso known as
tlMcJhnru,,)tVuihnhtiltUvvi-t fiom tho Importing
houses, am lUlluly pure, and frco fiom ull pol
Bonous drugs. He is thankful for u liberal patron
age In the post, and will continue, to deser e It In
tlie iiuuie. ui.utiujj , iauuiii.
iiic rronrletor nf the KxchauitcHalnonhn. now
on hand a larco Htoek of
St'lCCU OYdTEI.1, BiKVlUXM, TKiri, llOLOONAS
micKe Tonuct:, iioilfu koo", swt itzhc cimrHK,
liAOIOn IllCKIt, AI.K, AC.
4- COMI1 CINIJ, COME AM. AND HEII. "ST.
Illooni.hurK, May a, WW,
rPHK KSPY llOTKL,
ITY', COI.UMIIIA COUNTY', I'A.
Tun nul'Hcrlbcr resin ctfully Informiililii friend,
and the puhlta, that (hi lian taken the nlnne well
known tloua-i of rntertaluitiint, nnd will he
pleui.cd In laHivhe the etibtom of ull who will
!anr him wtuin call,
hi: wm. Kr.i:i a aoon taiii.i:,
n Ilnr well .tin lied with the !cKt of IJonorii, tui'l
every ellort w in ne IPIItie in reiiuer eilllle Kalis-
April I?, w.7.
OltANOKVII.I.i:, ('01,1'JIIIIA tDllNTY, I'A.
rinvAiui Kvr.nr.TT, l'jioruiKToit,
llrvluit inki n pohMNklmi ill thu well-known
lliiu.e, t0 iuhk ai'pi iy ruinut I -i mi, iiiui hk
..ileinrlinaiint In II laimiiiunt rei.alrnliil furnl.h.
eil IIAIt ANII I Alfl'J II villi llieiholukllliiori
and iiewi .t neiieacien. in. iaiue inoi ejii uiu
In Iheruunly; and no pulu. will be .purnl la
BMtaUMUll. iriT. a-.". -i
A Democrutio Nowspsiiur
lit runLiitticn urr.Y uiday mohm.no at
THUprlnclpIeiof thUrnperiireof tho Jcfrerson
Iflti School of politics. Those principles 111 never
bo compromised, yet courtcpyand kindness shal
not he forgot ttu In dlseusstnn them, whether with
ludllduals,or wllh ctiutempornrles nf the Prcbs
The unity, liappiitebH.nnd prospeilty of tlie coun
try Is our aim and object; nnd as tho means to
securo that, we mhull laborhouestly nnd earnestly
for the harmony, mutcm and growth of our orpin
'zatlon. TEtnts orhttiw nti-Tjo:. t - 'doltais a jent
if paid in rtdonee. If nut t d hi ndnnre two
toltnrs and fltt . i me
l Kit MS UK AM Ht'l n
i leant out in' ttiif i
nt tnci lion ) (1 nt'
1,5JJ eah unhurt-
s 1 1'
IH' NIJll'l' i"
W I ,
I'll I ' '
COll1 Ml I.
Kxccnti-i - .nd Admtnlsdralor'fi Xoti. Win An
il torn nttcn S,ri(j. Other udvcrtlt-t mints Iiiser
ujiI iiceordliitT to special contract,
Jlusluoss notlccB, without advert Iscmeut.tMent j
entn per line.
Transient advertisement: pnvnble In advance
all others due after tl o first Insertion.
1- It Is, In all caiej, more h'cely to be satisfac
tory, both to MibcilLTS nud totbu I'nblUhers,
that remittances und all eommnnleat Ions respect
InR the business of the paper be f-ent direct to the
ortlcrofpubllcatlon. All louni., whether relating
to the editorial or business rfn"trnsof the paper,
and nil pnymeuts for subserli-Mons, ndvertlnini;,
orjob'ilnjr.ftre to bo uindo to nnd addressed
ni'.OCIvVAY & FREK.n,
I'rlnted at Rnblson s HulUIInss, near the Court I
C. 31. VANDKUSI.ICK.
Neatly executed nt this Ofl'.c.
jyj M. IVKIiliK,
t Ashland, rjchuylklll County, l'enn'a.
jyj jr. TitAuuu,
ATTO It N n Y-A I-I. A W,
Berwick, Columbia. County, licnn'a.
yiljLIAM H. ABUOTT,
ATTO KM; Tf A T-IiA U
ATTO It N 11 Y A r LAW.
omcowlth V.. II. I.ttth'. in brick imlldli. a ad
joining Post OiHcp. if- Itountles, Itaeli-Pv nnd
ivnsioin couecicti. iM'wi in.
JOHN O. FIIKEZE,
ATTO It N K Y-A T I. A W.
OlP.ee In HcgMcr nn.l Uecordti's office, in tlie
basement of the Com I Hou-c, llloomtburp, Pa.
on r: utT. 'ilvuk , "
ATTO It N n Y T-T. A W
OrtU-e corner oi Main nnd M.ukd Mu-els, over
l'lrst National I.ank, ll.oomyburg, Pa,
II. I. I TT Ij K,
A TTO It N i: Y-A T.I. A W,
Ofllce on Main Mreet, In hrlck lnUldlnu below Ihe
Couit House, niooniliurif.Vl'.
ATTOHNfiY AT LAW.
Cit vVF. Court House Alky, below the Co-
litmbi'in Office, .Itml'tiT.
y ouis nEitxiiAiin
Would Intorm tho cltlzi-ns of 11Iooiiit.hu rg nnd
vicinity Hint lie Is now pieparul to donll klndsof
plating, sliver or gold. leci:.,(7.
A UOT10 N E E U.
Having follfwed the profebslon ofpuhH Vend ne
rvier for many yenr-B, would Inform his filends
that ho is still lu the Held, ready and willing to
intend to all the duties of b's calling. PnNtm
desiilng his mm vices should cull or wrlto to him
at ltloombui4, Pi. mar'i'7,
JR. W. II. HKADLKY,
il-nto Ablstant Medlenl Plrccior iT, S, Ann.v,
P IT Y S I C I A N A N Ii H IT K H i: O N ,
tflr-Oll'.cnn! the house opposite Shle litis-:;,
Calls ptomptly ntn n.kd lo Im'h iU)tt ini"l
lllnninliurR, Jan. If, JRi7.
IIAUNI, SAHDI.H. AND TKPNK
nud dealur In
CAHPirT-IlAGS, VA1.IKI, rW-NI.TH,
UL'n'AI.O JiOnKti, ltOHSK-UI,ANIETa .tc,
which ho fttls confldeut te can sell at lower
rote than any other irson In this country. Ex
amine for yourselves.
Shop tlrst- door below the Post Ofllce Main
Street, llloomsbuig, Pa, , ' "
Nov. 15, 1807.
SHAVING, II A I II 0UTTINC1
0er Vldmayer A Jacohj'a Ice Cieaui Saloon,
I Iii I r 1h'ilnrr ntnl Wlilulrf.i B nnliriiil lilnlr nr
blown. Hair Tonic to dchlioydundiuirnudbenu
tifylng the halrt will rtstmo hair to Its original
color without soiling the tlutst labrlc, constantly
on hand. (aprlim,
N T I S T It Y
If. C nOVi:it, DliNTIbT,
ltespeetfully ofTers his prof KFlonal services to
the liidlen nnd uttiitltmrn of Illooiubbiiiif and vl
clnlty. Ho Is piepoicd to attend to nil the vuri-
ous operations In the line of his profession, nnd
is proYioe u wuii i no iuie v iiiipiu-t ni i um r laia
TKtTH which will bo Inseited cm gold idatiyg,
bller nnd rubber bssH to look as well nsthe tint
lliniueiu. ictiil CAintcicu oy nn itio new ami
most appioMd mcttiods, and ull operations nn
tin teeth tun fully and properly attended to.
Residence nnd oil lit a iw doois nbovo the
Court Houtie, same side.
JlJOlUIINI'Uli:, JIUl.'Tl, IjOII
)0WDKH KKOS AND LUMI1KH.
W. M, MONnOK A CO.,
and dealer, la txll hln-li of
Khe notice. Ihat they ale prepared to .ceomodale
their fu.tom wlthilUuilcli, ar.d on Hi. rheapekt
OWli'rf STAND A UD St'Al.KS
l:eivdescrlittlouolsi-Hlewiirrautcd to glvo
ntlrt sntuiaellon. Hcnd for rululogue ami Clr
tuluit sccsiud luiud Scales of other iuttkers,.lnkcu
in part ,ay for our., V!.WrU-AI.i:on.
8 J'arlt I'laee, New York 131 1 wleral Ht. Iio.ton,
April :.,'. tut.
IIATft OV MA11K ANTONY,
I am dylnst, teyrt dying
libbs the crimson llfe-tido fust
And tlio dark Plutonian shndown
latherou tho evening blnst.
With thlnonnn, Oh! Queen, enfold mf,
Censo thy sobs nnd how thine enrj
Us ten to tho great hentt's secrets,
Thou, nnd thou ntonc, cnu'st hear.
Tho myscarred nn4 veteran legions
Hear the! r eagles high no more,
Tho my wrecked and scatter d galleys
Strand dark Aetlum's fatal shore.
Tho' no minions now surround inn
Prompt to da their Master s will;
I must pel I -.Ii likoi Item tin,
Die, tho great TriumUrsttll.
Let not Caesar's vaunting mlntons,
Mock the lion, thus laid low!
'Twas no focman's nrm that lolled him.
Twas his own that stiuek the blow;
Ills, who pillowed on thy bosom,
Turned aside irom glory's ray j
HI, who drunk with thy caresses,
Madly throw a wor! I nway.
An I If the base pM-ehm rabble,
D.trenvsall my iiiiiih at Home;
Where the nuUo uptmt tc.tuv I.i,
ips m flh in . er wU loved ln'ine.
Sec It Ik r.tell h r tlmt I In ij d tieur w ItU'-ss
Altai (nniur-t, el ret ii w Ingi,
'thai 1. r il Kd t It m uo .'oiniiihut!n7,
Yt t "-IikII moan. lu throne of K1U4.
And tiiee, d. e 1 Il'jyptlan,
'll ir-otis H p-it.f-4 oi tho Nile!
l,lglH chtt pitlit'' -tkla.i biirioi-,
Willi thu sijli.11 lor tf tio Millie.
Give the I'aeai eruwns und nrcli''-,
Lei hU brow with laon-ls twlno ;
I can scorn the o iato h triii'np:i3,
Triumphliiln lovoUUo thine.
1 am dying, '"'gj'pt.dylnirt
llftrk I the Instilling focman's cry ;
They aro coming, rmt"lt I my falchion,
Let mo meet them ire I die,
Ah I no moronmld tho battle,
Shall this heait oxultuut swell .
Is la nnd Oslrlst;uard thee,
Cleopatra, Home, tuicnelll
HISTOEY OF DEMOCRATIC! NA
Tnr.r.n have liecn various nntl sundry
tinipn itlllll our ICeolIcCtloil, wllCll tllO
1 party In opposition to thu Democracy
1 conlltlt'iitly 11-scrtocl tlint It liadbccoitic
extinct as a political organization.
Doubtless, tlie wlsli was latncr to tlio
thought; for from tho days of Thomas
JeHersoii to tlie present, in all national
as well as in all Statu elections, the
Democrats have had candidates beforo
tlie people, with a distlnctlveavownl of
principle?, mostly with a (successful re
sult, nntl always with a powerful and
telling vote. It litis ever been n national
party, founded upon a strict construc
tion and faithful execution of nil thu
provisions and stipulations of tho Con
stitution Of tho United Stntcsi of courso
opposition to Its principles could only
eomo from parties who wero equally in
opposition to the Constitution Itself.
Hence, wo seo nt this time an organiza
tion nvowedly built upon tlio idea of a
higher law than tho Constitution; en
deavoring to carry out, at tho point of
thu bayonet, an unconstitutional object;
nnd In Congress, thommo party organ
ization repealing all the laws that con
flict with its notions, although sonio of
them weiuiipproved by PresidentWasli
Ington, and all of them have tho sanc
tion of tlio plain recuilrenu'iits of the or
In tho midst of such wliule.-alu de
partures from well-established princi
ples and toutid doctrines, it is most gin
tifylng to ilnd the old Democratic or
ganization steadily and consistently op
posing itself lo tho-o innovation", and
as out) man tiiging a return to the faith
and practice of the Fathers of the llu
public, and asking tho people, in view
of ils past history, to intrust it once
more with position and power. In view
of its prc-cnt standing beforo the coun
try, and as a preface to nn abstract of its
proceedings in the coining national con
vention, wo propose lo give a short
sketch of ull previuus Democratic Na
tional Conventions. Of couise, in an
article liko the present, it is liupossiblo
to give more than tlio most meagre
statement of the action of thu several
bodies, without entering at all into the
debates or giving the ii'-.olutionsiulopt-cd.
Nominations for President of thu
United States Vieie originally Hindu hy
the Democratic uiembein ot Congress,
assembled in caucus. Up to, and In
cluding that for IS" 1, such had been tho
uniform practice. Thu Democratic Can-
cih cantlldato of that year was William
11. Crawford, who was beaten by Juhn
(Juliicy Adams. Tlie eauctii system
grew out of favor niter this defeat, that
being one of the prevailing causes of tho
opposition to it; and Mi. Crawford was
the lust Demociatic caudid.ito iiomliiat
ed hy Congressional caucus.
(iciierol JacUsonJiiul been ncandidato
lu 1821, and his fiicnds had determined
to bring him forward again as a candi
date nt tho next election, Accordingly,
in 1828, without waiting for or desiring
any action on tlio part of tho members
of Congress, tlio peoplo.lu Stato conven
tions nnd mass meetings, tipmlnaU'd
Andrew Jtickpon lor President, nud
John V. Cnlhotin was Biipporteil for nnd
It being understood that General
Jackson would bo n candidate for reelec
tion In 1832, It bcfMmo necessary for tho
Democratic friend of Ills ndminlstra
tion to unito on n cantlldato for Vice
President to succeed Mr. Calhoun, who
had (lttarrellcd Avlth President Jackson
nud had also, in contefiuenco of his
course), fallen out of favor with tlio Do
mocracy. Tlio plan of a National
Convention was hit upon, and tho pro
position was started In Now-llamp
shire by tho Democratic members of tho
Legislature of that Slato,
It was responded to in nearly all of
the Slates, and tho first Democratic Niv
tlonul Convention fortho nomination of
President and Vice-Picsldent, was held
at Uiiltliuoio on Monday, May twenty
first, 13-'. It wns n complete success.
mid was attended by an Imuitiiso mini
her of pcoplo from all parts of tho Unit
Mr. Sumner, of New-Hampshire,
callul tho Convention to order, nud
stand the object of the call, which
originated in his State. General
Itobert Lucas, of Ohln.wns chosen PresI
dent of tho Convention. Voiir Vleo
Prcslilonts mid tlirco Sccietarlra wcro
also appointed. Tho Committee to pre
pare rules proposed tho celebrated two
thirds rule, which originated with Mr.
Saunders, nf North Carolina, nnd hni
flnco been adopted by tho Democratic
National Conventions n a pre,pdent1to
"lltmheil, That t'.tch Stato slinll bo
entitled in tho nninluatlon to bo made
of it cttndldato for thu Vlco-1'rcsiilency,
to 11 nuntber of votes ocpnal to tlio num
ber to which they will bo entitled In
thu olectorol volleKos tinder tho now
npportloninent, in voting for President
unit Vico-l'reslilcnt; nnd that two third'
of tho wholo iiuniber of votes In the
convention, ,hall bo necessary to consti
tute n choice."
Jltich has been spoken nnd written for
nnd atritliBt this rule; tho mnln objec
tion to It being, tlmt it eems to be, or
actually Is contrary to the Democratic
riileofcovpriiiiiciit, by 11 mere majori
ty; tlmt ei iiaiuly If a majority csiti elett
a l'lf'idi'i't, a miijnrlty should be Htilil
cleiit to ' i' a candldati'. Hut t'il-i
olijci'iitM ' ' one ptnu-lble limn Millil.
tlmi of 11
well as Hid
by tlio titi.
recollected tlmt this I-a
I'Wends, n'l-i'inbli il fur tin1
M' (inference.-, and tlio sclic-
eminent eltb.eu who shall
' Iinself tin If.nt nnm'ier of
I'li'mi'iitH, t 1 If :i
1 A unnMliii''. I . t -,
-hall Oi "lUii'viisiti'i'
-' n.irity puil ii'il'i-y, s
Ii 1 ' hi' vhe le.is1 .1 '--ilblo -iiiinjitiid
!t cannot Ik- du'ibt-
ed that, ill i tilings coiuldered, tlio man
who can command two thirds of an un
purchased unil unpnrked convention,
i-tnnds the best chance of leathering to
hlmelf tho scattered elements who-o
proclivities aro in his direction.
Delegates nppe.ircd from tho District
of Columbia, but tho right of voting
was refused to them otio hundred and
twenty-six for, nnd ono hundred and
fifty-three, afralnst tlio proposition.
On balloting for a candidate for Vice
Martin Van Huron had i!09 votes
Philip P. Harbour " 10 "
WcliardM. Johnson" S3 "
Total number of electoral votes rep
resented, two hundred und eighty-three
. flv0 ,MH t,u,n tlu wholo llllmi)L.r
all the States were entitled to. Martin
Van Hurcn having received, on tho first
ballot, moro than two thirds, was de
clared to ho tho candidate of tlio Con
vention, for Vice-President, After
which, thu Delegates from tho District I
of Columbia wero permitted, by rcsoln-'
tion, to record tlielr votes in his favor..
General Jackson was then nominated
for reelection, by a resolution offered
by C. 0. Clay, of Alabama.
Tho second Democratic, National Con
vention was held tit Daltlmoro on Wed
nesday, May twentieth, 18.15, when a
very largo number of dolegate.s assem
bled, and from nearly every Stato in
tho Union. Tho vote shows that four
hundred and forly-ono delegates weru
Mr. Gtorgu Kreiuer, of Pennsylvania
ailed the Convention to order, and
stated its object. On ills motion, Hon
orable Andrew Stevenson, of Virginia,
was chosen President, und the next
day six Vice-Presidents nnd four Secre'
taries wero chosen, Mr. SaundotF, of
North-Carolina, from tho Committee on
Itules, reported as tho fifth resolution,
two thirds regulation, similar to tlio
ono adopted in Convention in 1832. Mr.
Allen, ol Massachusetts, declared in fa
vor of 11 majority. Mr. I". V. Daniel,
of Viiginla, spokuin favor of tho two
thirds rule, and Mr. Allen rejoined,
The Convention, by u vote of twenty-
three to two hundred and ten, decided
lu favor of Ihu majority principle) ; but
thu next day, Friday, it was abandon
ed, nnd the two-thiids principle substi
tuted. Tho adoption of tho 1 ulo was consider
ed lo he Intended to defeat tho nomina
tion of UK-hard M. JoIut-oh for Vice
President. William 0. Hive-, of Vir
ginia, w.is also a candidal!'. .Mr. Van
Huron was lu favor of Jolin.-oii ; and
being .strong, his friunds picked up In
Haltimoru.Mr. Kdward ltiicher, of Ten
nessee, who was admitted as a delu I
gate, and east tho fifteen votot of that
Statu for Colonel Johnson.
On Friday, the third day of tho ses-!
hion. on Ihu llr-l ballot for Piesldent,
Martin Van Huron voi-eWcd tlio whole
number of votes given two hundred
und sixty-live and was declared duly
nominated. For Vice-Pie.-ldont, Jnliii-
son received one hundred ami -evenly
votiH, and Win. C. Hives tlilrty-suven,
und Johnson was then declined duly
nominated. There was very great di.i-
satisfaction a I tills iistilt; and in con
sequence, Virginia gave her volo to
William Smith, of Alabama, for Vice
President. Hut thero being no choice
by tho Sectors, when the Senate came,
to elect, tho Virginia Senators, of whom
Mr. Hives wit" one, voted for Iticliard
The third National Democratic Coiv
ventlon was held at Haltimoro Til e(V4y
May fifth, 1810. Twenty-ono States
were represented. Hon. Felix Grundy
of Teiine-sco, called tho Convention to
order, and moved tlmt Governor Imiao
Hill, of New-Hampshire, bo tho Presi
dent pro tan,, and John A. DIx, of
New-York, Secretary pro tern. Tho
tamnultlco on Organization reported
Governor William Carroll, oflennesseo
for President, assisted h.v n number of.
Vice-Presidents, nnd Secretaries. Tho
next day Martin Van Huron wn3 unan
imously ro-nomluated for President
but the Convention declined to mako
any nomination ror vico-iTcsiuent.
Thero was, in consequence, a want of
unity In tho action of the Democratic
party, which resulted In n defeat at thu
The fourth Natlonal.Doinocratlc Con
vention was likewise convened at Hal
timoro on Monday, May twenty-
seventh, 1811, Tho wholu number of
delegates admitted to seat was threo
hundred and twenty-five, tho electoral
volo being two hundred und sixty-six.
On motion of Mr. Saunders, of North-
Carolina, Htudrlcl: 11. Wright, of
Pennsylvania., was chosen Chairman
and William F, Itltchlo was appointed
Secretary ; and upon a permanent or
ganization, Mr. Wright was matlo
President, xsdslisl by a number of Vice-
Presidents nud Hcerelnrlrs. Mr. Saun
ders moved to adopt the resolutions
which governed tho Convention of
1832, including tlio two-thirds rule.
After an able debate, It was agreed to
by a vote of ono hundred nnd forty
eight nyes, toono hundred und thirteen
nays. Tho Convention commenced
balloting for candidates on tlio after
noon of tho second day. Tho tlrst bal
lot stood ;
For Martin Van Huron, Ml votes.
" Lewis Cn.ss, SI "
" Itlchard M. Joluison, 21 "
" Commodore Stewart, 1 "
" John C. Calhoun, 0
" James Uiichaiian, 1 "
Upon tho adjournment of tho Con
vention In the evening, there was much
caucusing, canvassing, and excitement.
It was evident that Mr. Van Hurcn
could not bo nominated, but that Ids
friends must lie sati-fled with the can
didate. In the morning, on tho lirst
ballot, being tlie eighth of the session,
tliennniuof .lame-' 1. Polk was Intro
iluivil, and he n-i IvimI I'nrfc four vote
He wii-Him i nri!i it'i'it o i the
ninth ball'ii i .ti.ni Mie uliu- vole
ol tho Ciinv ali i i i' lii'ini'iit.
and satlsfaitlni' i . n.i- it,' is
.'right, nf Now v . 'mi '
I Hied lur V.
i .v lllliuil' i
it b' lei j,. ,1
riiu.'.-.'lii,.' iiiti.- . il',
AV.-.lli -i y. O.i
.Mr. Wriuht de-
c'in d tho noiinii,
11 10 accept that
fur ( inventor of I ho Smle of New-York
t hicii was considered equivalent to
securing that State to tho Democracy.
Upon tho announcement of Mr.
Wright's declination, tlie Convention
proceeded to n second ballot, when
George M. Dallas, of Pennsylvania, re
ceived two hundred nnd twenty votes;
Governor Fairfield, of Maine", thirty
votes; and Levi Woodbury, of New
Hampshire, six votes.
Tho fifth National Democratic Con-
ventlon met at Haltimoro on Monday, I On tho adoption of tho resolution, tlio ' uieton.or Olilo, was unanimously noml
May twenty-second, 181S. I Convention on motion adjourned. ' lmtc1 for Vice-President.
Hon. Andrew Stevenson presided; On tho eighteenth day of June, l6i!0, A resolution was ofiered and adopted,
and threo days wero spent lu organiza-1 tho Convention met In Haltluiare, pur- that this Convention Is r.otdlssolved by
tion, and in nn excited discussion res-1 suant to adjournment, and at eleven it adjournment, but remains n body,
ptcting tho seats of tho New-York del- o'clock a. m., was called to order by """"J"- to bo called together by tho
egates; und as tlio Convention decided President dishing. Twentv-slx States ; Chairman of tlie National Committee,
to admit both sots, tho State of Now-; wero represented in wliolo or in part, whenever and wherever it -hall bo
York had no voico in tlie Convention, 1 casting two hundred nnd forty-nine deemed necessary,
and took 110 nart in tlio subsentient nro-. vntes-tho electoral vote bclntr three 1 Aftcr us"1 speeches, votes of
feeding?. On the fourth ballot, Gcner
al Lewis Cass was nominated for Presi
dent, the vote standing:
Lewis Cass 171) votes,
Levi Woodbury, :i. "
Tamed Huehatian, S3 "
Win. O. Hutler, 3 "
Gen. W. J. Worth, 1 "
General William 0. Hutler, of Ken
tucky, wns then nominated for Vice
Prcsidcut. Tpo Blxtlt Democratic National Con
vention assembled in the Hall of tlio
Maryland Iia4ilutc, Haltimoro, on
Tuesday, Juno first, 1SJ2. Hon. Ii. F.
Hallett, of Massachusetts, called tho
Convention to order. On motion of Mr.
Hrlgiit, of Indiana, General Homulus
M. Saunders, of North-Carolina, was
chosen temporary Chairman. Four
Secretaries wero appojntcd, nud the
Hev. J. C. White, of St." Andrew's
Kpiscopal Church, Haltimore, olfered
Hon. John W.D.wls, of Indiana, was
mndo tho President of the Convention
nitlt a Vice-President from each Statu
represented. On the third day of tho
sos-lon, tlio Convention proceeded to
ballot font candidate for President, ten
names being beforo the Convention. On
thu thirty-fourth billot, the vote lood
as follows :
S. A, I'niiglas,
Win, L. Mtircy,
1), S. l)lckiii-on,
Gen. Sam. Houston,
Win. (). Huttler,
On tho thirty-fifth ballot tho name of
Franklin Pierce, of New-Hampshire,
t.is introduced by the Virginia delega
tion, and the flfieen votes of that Slato
wero east for him. On thu foity-ninth
ballot, General Franklin Pierce iccel veil
two hundred nud cighty-threo voles,
anil was declared duly nominated. On
tho second ballot for Vice President,
William R. King, of Alabama was
The seventh Democratic National
Convention was lield In Cincinnati on
Monday, June secoim, 1S.M!. Th e Con -
ventlon wn culled t' order by Hubert
M'Lane, of -Maryland, Chalrniaii of thu
National Democratic Com. ( Hi motion
it-Mr. ItlelniuUiin nf Illinois, (lovi'riiov
Samuel Mcdary, of Ohio, was eho-en
President pro ten 1 Messrs. ( lithei -
all, of Alabama, and Hitehle, of Virgi-
Ilia, Secretarloii. The ttcv. -Mr. Nich-
olson, of the Kpi-copal t'limeh offered
On Hie next morning, the- Conven-
Hon effected a permanent organization
by tlio election of Hon. J.ilin K. Ward,
nf Georgia, ns Piesldent, assisted by a
lata-e number of Vice-Presidents nnd
Seerultirlw. Various questions of con
tested tents, 111110117 which New-York
figures extensively, together with tho undoubtedly, the lurgi-t number l
settlement of n platform of principles, people over congregated at any civil
occupied tlio Convention until tlio lucctlug, nnd the enthusiasm, earliest
fourth day of tlio session, In tlio, after- nesb, and unanimity were marvellous,
noon, when tho first ballot for' PresI-1 Delegates were present In convention
dent was had with the following result: from all tho States that had not sectil
James Hueluman, 135 votes. ! cd ; and visitors from seceded States and
Franklin Pierce, 122 " ' from United States territories weru nl
Stephen A. Douglas, 3.1 "
Lewis Cass, 5
After tho sixteenth ballot, Mr. Hicii-
' ardson, of Illinois, withdrew tlio name
ir . inn run u i ni m rim j,'tiHTfnii t ii
amid great excitement, thu eutiro voto
of tho Convention, being two hundred
nnd ninety-six, was cast for James Hit
cliannii, of Peniisylvuiiln. On thosee
ond ballot, John C. Hreckenridgo, of
Kentucky, was nominated for Vice
President. Tho eighth Democratic-National Con
vention wus,aeedrdliig to arrangement,
hold t.t Charleston, South Carolina,
Monday, April tteiity-tlilrd, 18C0. At
twelve o'clock. Judgo Smalloy, of Ver
mont, Chnlrmnn of tho National Coin
inlttoo, called the Convention to order;
nud on motion of Mr. M'Cook, of Ohio,
F. H. Flouriioy, of Arkansas, was thus
enteuiporary President. The proceed
ings wero opened with prayer by Hov.
Dr. IlanclH, of Charleston. William
F, Hitcliie, of Virginia, was appointed
Tho session was etormy from tho1 On Tuesday morning, tho proceedings
start j but on tho second day, tho Con- wero opened with prayer by Bishop
vention was permanently organized by j Whitehall?, onillnols, Tlio Commit
the selection of Hon. Caleb Cusliiug, of ( ten on Organization reported, ns pre
Massachusetts, as President, together maneiil Pre-ideut, Qovcrnor Ilu-ntlo
with a Vice-President and Secretary Seymour, of Now-York. The Com
from every State In the Union. nilltcenn Credentials decided unlnst
On tho fifth day of tlio session, Mr.
Avery, of North-Carolina, Chairman of
the Committee on Hesolutlons-, matlo a
'eport to tho Convention. A long, ex
cited, nud nblu debato Immciliutoly en
sued, and tho action of tho Convention
on tlio subject of tho platform was such,
that on the seventh day of the session,
Mr. Walker, of Alabama, nfter submit
ting to tlio Convention a communication
embodying tho views of tlio delegation
and pointing out the differences between
them and thn platform adopted, wltit
tho outlro delegation withdrew from
tho Convention. Thereupon, tho. dele
gations from Mississippi, Louisiana,
South Carolina, Florida, Texas, und
AtkntiHis also retired from the Conven
tion. On tho mornlm; of tho eighth,
day, n majority of tho delegation from
Gi orgia retired from tho Convention.
Minorities Of some withdrawing dele
gations remained ; and on t.m first Inl
' t fir P "H 1 .n-,, on thu I'lghth liai',
. . i.i.i, vote worn cast by
1 -i ii omit' amounting to two
huinliitl and .'.Hy-thret tho whole
elcctortl vote being threo hundred nnd
three. Fiftyoveu ballots 1 taken
On tho tenth day of tho lunttion,
May third, Mr. Itttssell, of Virginia, of
fered tlio following :
' llesofcal, That when this Convention
adjourns to-day, it adjourns 10 icas-'cm-hlo
at ll.iltimorp, Maryland, on Mon
day the eighteenth il.iy of Jiuut next ;
nnd that It be re.spu.'tlully recommend
ed to tho Democratic party of tho sev
eral States to mako provision for sup
I iv.ng nn vacancies in u res e y'
delegations to this Convention, when it
8iinir.nf.miii.. t a iiniuiiso. i
hundred and three. It was soon e.vl- man is, etc., eno tjoi.vention atijournett
dent that no harmonious action could to agniti at tlio mil or tho Chalr
bo had. On tho fifth dnv, tlio Oregon ! '" of tho Nntlonal Committee. No
delegation announced their conclusion ! call was however, made under that reso
to withdraw from tho Convention. Thc j'utlon, and tho Convention never re
next day ten members of tho Kon-1 assembled.
1 lucky delegation retired, and the other '
. ! l.....t ........ I. 1. ...... .1 1... ll.nl
in .i- .c.uscu ... uci, u. .a- im...... v
ticiiuilui lliu vwil 1-11 ll'lll. ltlitll .niu- 1
Una withdrew ; and a motion to pro- 1
cecd to a ballot for President being 1
pressed, .Mr. President dishing after
stating, among other tilings, tlmt 'tlio
delegation.s 01 n majority of tho Stntes
have, either in wholo or in part, in 0110
form or another, erased to participate
in tlio tle'llberatioiH of this Convention,'
added, that bo felt it his duty to resign
his seat us President, and to tnl.o ids
placu upon tlio lloor, witli the delega
tion from bis State.
Governor Tod, of Olilo, one of tlie
Vice-Presidents, then took the chair.
On thu first ballot for President, one
hundred and ninety-two votes wcro
cast. Xecesstry to a choice, under the
rules, two hundred nnd two votes. At
tho 'ccund ballot one huiidrtilnnd ninety-four
and a half votes weru cast. Mr.
Douglas, of Illinois, received one hun
dred and eighty-one nnd a half voles
and was declared duly nominated. Af
ter sumo discussion In the Cnuvcntlou,
Hon. Hciijaniln Fitzpatiick, of Alaba
ma, was nominated for Vice President.
I Mr. Fitzpatrlck declined, and Mr.IIer-
schel V. Jnhnson, of Georgia, was put
lu his place by thu Committee- to notify 1 be made to realize the fact thai lur m
tho candidates of tlielr several iiiuiilna-1 ly daughter was dead to her fi.r-'vur,
lioii. j ! noticed that though the limbs of hei
Tlio gentlemen who had wilhdtawn 'daughter wore rigid, yet tho body rt
from th Convention assembled lu thu tallies! ils warmth. Physicians wciv
Jiall of thu .Maryland Institute on Sat- called, bill they decided that she w,s
nrday, June twenty-third, lrtiin. Charles j dead, and every attempt to leiii-ell ilu
W. Uu-k-U, nl Virginia, mis called to
! tlx '-hair. Tho Convention was perm.t-
' '"'iitly organized by the v Irctlon nf
I Hon. Caleb Cu-hliig as President, with
'numerous Vico-PresldciUs and St ere-
I tarie.. Delegate- fiom twenty Stales
j participated in tlu'Conveiillon ; and on
, n ballot for l'r"sdcnt, ono hundred and
1 live nud a half votes were east, nil fur
' John C llieckiniidge, of Ki ntuoky.
! Hon. Joseph L.11-. of Oregon, was
! then, by the Milne vote, nominated for
, fThe Slato of South I arolliia w.ls not
tcpresoiiti d in tho Conventions of W,
1 1810, ISlt, or Pm2. Her electoral volo
I win given to tlie IVmne-ratlc ci'idldale
'for President, except inlS32, w'leu it
t was east for John Floyd, of Virginia 1
' and in lKSti, when it was given to Wil
lie r. .ntingum, 01 .Mirtii-t arouna. 1
Tlio ninth Democratic National ('on
ventlon (is-cmbliel at Clihagi
twenty-ninth, a.d. lsiii.
fhere was gathered loeilu-i- then-.
! so there. The Convention was hold in
a building erected specially for thoptir-
poso; and although capable of holding
fifteen thousand people,only ncompara
tlvely small number of the linnien-o
throng could bo accommodated.
Tho Convention was called to order
nt twelve o'clock M.. by August Hoi
mont, Chairman of thu National Com
mittee, In 11 neat nud inosi appropriates
I.x-Oovernor Hlglor, of Pennsylva
nia, was cho.-en temporary Chairman;
and rtt thu t-oiiclusln of nil ublo speech,
ho Introduced tho Hev, Mr. Clarki-on,
of Chicago, who offered up n prayer
for the speedy return of pence, and for
thu permanent happiness of tho coun
A committee 011 credentials, one on
organization, and one on resolutions,
wcro agreed upon, and all resolutions
offered wore referred to tho Committee,
Jaiues Guthrie, of Kentucky, wns clioson
Chairman of tln Commlltooon Itosolu
the admission of delegates from terrl-
torle.s, seceded Slates, and from tho Dis'
trlct of Columbia. Debato on candi
dates, etc., was Indulged In during all
tho session of Tuesday, nnd an ndjourn
mcnt was had in the evening without
having come to a ballot on thu candi
dates. On Wednesday morning tho Conven
tion proceeded to ballot, witli tho fol
The vote was taken by States, tlio
chairman of each delegation announc
ing tlio vote when tho States wero call
ed. Tho fluid result was announced, ns
Maine, !i for M'Clelinti ; New-Hampshire,
7 for M'Clellan ; Vermont, r for
same; Massachusetts, 12 for same;
Khodo Island, Iforsamo; Connecticut,
! for .-nine.
Now-Nork, iSUforsnme; New-Jcrtey,
7 tor same ; Pennsylvania, 20 for same ;
Delaware, 3 for Thonins If. Seymour;
Kentucky.-11 for M'Clellan; Ohio, 15
fur M'L'lellati ; Olilo, 0 for Thomas II.
Seymour; Indiana, 9j for M'Clellan;
Indiana, 3J for Thomas II. Seymour;
Illinois, 10 for M'Clellan; Michigan, 8
for same; Missouri, 7 for samo; Mis
souri, 1 for Thomas II. Seymour; Min
nesota, 1 for M'Clellan ; Iowa, 8 for
same; Wisconsin, 8 for same; Kansas,
:'. for same ; California, fi for samo ; Or
egon, 3 for same.
Total for General M'Clellan, 202J;
Thomas II. Seymour, 31.
On motion of C. L. Vallandlgham,
thc nomination was mndo unanimous,
, ,, ,r
On tlio sect ml ballot, Or.: . II. Pen
Suspcndcd Animation A -STounf
Xiady Lies in a Trance Nearly
O.vr.of the tnot remarkable-nn?e "nit
I wo liaveever been called upon to ehrnu-
ielu has lately eomo under our notice,
and wo propose to lay tho facts before
tho public exactly as tliey are. On Lor
nin street, nbovo Jersey there resides
with licr stepfather a young lady, MNs.
Ellen K. White, who Is probably be
tween seventeen and eighteen years of
a''0, very prepossessing in hor manner,
and very finely educated. About six
weeks ago she was taken dangerously
ill with what the family physician pro
nounced typhoid fever, anil for somo
days was so low tlmt all hopes of her
recovery wore given up. She rallied,
however, and, under careful nursing
and skillful treatment, she was in u fair
way to recover, when about two weoks
ago, -ho had a relapse, and sank rapid
ly, uiilil tho breath seemed toleavu her
body, and shu was pronounced n corpse.
Her body was prepared for tlie grave,
and preparations weru nmdo hy her be
reaved parents and friends for tho funo-
r.il, w lieu her mother, who could not
j falling, h wns determined, last Sunday,
: to consign her lo tho grave, and a cnlllii
wu procured. On Saturday, while one
of tho neighbors and the motlu'i w re
j standing by flic Jde of the suppo d
I corpse, the door, ulihh had hot 1 left
j open, blew shut with a loud noise,
t which had the effect of ii actiip; upon
I theglrl as 10 tiring her in and set her
life-blood in motion. Sin. sprang up In
I hod, and, ihrow lug herariiisaround h r
I mother's ins-It, wept teals nl Joe ovr
her e-ciipe from tho horrid death of be
ing burled alive. .Mis- White said that
win nshefi li liei-elf -inklngsho bad no
fo.tr of death, but turned upon her side,
and a- -he did so all pain disappeared
and she sunk to sleep as peacefully as a
child, sip. lay, she thinks unconscious
I'm- an hour or more, for when shoeaino
to herself, though she could not movu
nr tiinul- wlm C.tiunl tin, I ilii. ii'.u I.. lit
out ready for burial. Shu could seo her
ini'ther by lierslde, nnd nil those who
i-iinii 10 hot-; could hear them talk,
ami understand nil they said. She tried .
to bpcalc.'hut her tongue refused to do
its ofilcu ; slio tried to move, but could
not; and (hero she lay, blessing her
mother for her refusal to allow her to
bo burled. Upon two occasions, when
her mother wasalono in tlio room with
her, it sec-mod us though he l"" o
body, nnd, standing by the sldo of her
body, could look down upon it as ho
oould upon iter mother. Slio said she
was unable to describe the feelings that
she experienced upon thoso occasions.
hen not tortured with tho fear of be
ing buried idlve,sho was perfectly nt rest
perfectly happy, nud when tho door
slammed, which brought her to, It
oemedas though slio was, to usu her
own words, "compelled to common co
hard day's work." Miss White is now
in a fair way to recover, Her strength
Is gaining rapidly, and from every In
dication, wo. should judge slio had a long
life beforo her. t hrtiuinl l'Mi Veater.
A Cir.cuss and menagerie company
traveling through Pennsylvania, uot
long since, mystified every body in thn
various towns, by negotiating wllh tho
boys for nil tho cats f-nld boys oould get.
Alter 11 whllo It leaked out tlmt tho cats
wore fed lo the Hons, Cheaper and
bettor than beef,