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l!_. H.KK.Ka_.d taomxaa.
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UAS 1 lXTURLS aiid GaTFiTTINGS.
N j. 7. 7 Br. adway No. 707
Tbe Laig.ei aud be.t brlect- d Aj.aortm.-nt
of
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tatacity.ftnwd. ATV.aTlAowP.tcB.,
BvS-.BI'MBN PnlLfii.-l.
No 7i?7 Broadway,
Ri tweao Wa.nl. gt * plaoe aod 4th it
~ jHadk ai Ci Ri or HbbRia.?l>r. S. N. M.aRsh,
Of b* veU-aoowo h-ue- trl M.K*M k Co No 9 Vaaay-at, M
Lde*-<4*e apecial aiuntlot to ib* aa g.e i adapto 1 tu or LU
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eatra A v_? to 'ben e*tablu..ne.t.t atl e-t'ef? pttienti or tieir
Tvhy 4*B?|_?ibeiiprrpal*dtotr8atelli--- req luiag tuecii-.
t_ nr~t w_ -k ll and tu :cra. A_ . I8ig* a*A0rt_.-iit of
_,,d L..U thr. ad ot-0- St e inga tor v*ri.v...a veio., F*? aie
foi por wa .ibouide. biacea la-pr^ved aaa -ueory BamJag-*.
aid ie.uua.til* lor ptiv.ic?-ef fuintoe_
""bATCUAtOBP. Haib Ui-, Wi* aud foupee
Partoiy, N- lc bood-at r.lvat. eouaaoe for Uiate. Tb* ttoe
eppi-eo U tR. -ay liat" rooti.A_<_
Catamrh I. thf u.t*t dith. ult oi any oi Be LV
eaaea of tta hreot- iut Otg*. e to r- l.eve or to ere. Tbe Kev.
Jo.lu.le*vlti.e?l.ii.rolTl.elnoep *****. of New Aort. wbo
bad .be catarro or n.< re Uibk iweuty yeara. uai beeu 888*4 i y
c.togDi. 4. R, OiAtroHi'.OiivETAR?nd Iaaa ani Stit-MtK
P0WI.RR8, WLich tlead-e-tlaedtutbUpaper. Hi- toall 1..0-1
U ptA?btu lt a LB_,blei aai.-a. o_"J <?b ra equ-lj pr imliieoi
wbo bave b-e cui.d of Cbr_c Tbroal and Luug di_:utiea,
wllc* wUIb. . . .fn-eb.v u al O ive Tar .'O BBBt a oottie
Powtter 81 a ?'.ck_e. At No 449 ar .adway. and all Druixiata
. The niiiiii R .V WlLBOR MAM'FAcri'RiRo
I, ileBB BbiiitBittibiTlrn-.aw.rd-dtue bight.t
-reuii. m at?_ lale P -r ol tue Stato of .enueeae*, be d at Naao
tta. ^a
WB-BLRB dt Wilmpn's
baeiBO-MacBiaai.
No. 505 Broaowat.
Aptwoved aiik. by Pa-lllea, Draaaaiakera, Sulrt-aken, t_al
lor aTtora, Vrtaaakeia, ai d lailon geaeial y. Are tbe oniy Ma
aBtaa lha toUy ui? t att ??.-wantaol tbopubUc. SaudTora
CU. u'a'j_._
VllUl.X Al lilHB8 ?>tAll.N(. MAClilNt.?'Re
aaa.-tble for .u .. npiloi.y.'?Icm _U?u AUv*rtUaar aad Jauru-L
Piue 09b- OBaa La IBa bio.d*ay.
C_TB-ACT WARBUKi Machinen.
Tbe beB la un No ntbuug ?nd uo wear Try tbem. tt No.
BMlilo*d?ay_aCLUVAB k rilATT.
Gov. hARRlS on SEvAING-MACHlN-8.
? My wii' ?1" bad oue ol I'KOVbR t KaKER'9 PaBILTSIW
!-., MacbiRM for aome Ume.ad l am .aU bed itlaooe of the
Ia?1 ia A.I aavif .? mhu.Bl B t 1,*.'-e. l. iuc, n>d I take milOb
paiB.ui. ic leioiiui.uid?giito Uepu'.Uc '-[l- G. ?auria, Gov
tnui tf T*ut.e.tee.
GltOVER - IlAKPRS CKLEBBATKD
ptoiaBiaa. 8bvii.no MacbuiBa.
Tbe b?_l to u*e tor F-..I f Seaii.g
No. 4!*? BravdwBy, Now York.
No BB Puitou at, Brouklyn.
_ 8r LoruTsept ? U-iO
At th? IS'atitnal Fair, thi* day, tbe Firat Premium
waaawaidtdto the Orovbr at Bakbk Sbwiiii. Machinba over
ai ta i>kd?. 8t. kg M* bit r. l. competiUoo.
Thb Cheapei*t Family Sewing-Iachine in
t_ .et Pilr* ?10.
AaeaU wt-ied- _ __ _
Btbtbki. a Co . Nt 4B Brottoay.
Jr.thCKA M.WINt.-MaCHlNt.s cau oow oe pur
Bkiiiad aad pato f ?/ ua ttaak.v or Muiimr I .?tillkb).ta
08b* ^. lie l iv J. y > li o- anpliej .?. It____t
Utta t lATttBiva.
Bai. liifl k Co.,
Not 561 aod 5t77 Broadway,
Cornej ot Pilnoa-*. .
|a *4d?loa a their I?-g. ato-. of nnb GnOBa, otn for aale a
la-aaanrriir-' -' v aaltpaoiia- aad 0*. KiIlPRBao' every
BiaoriTlli-fi. ?__ n' the newe*; rtv'ea both foreiio aod dtwratic
BaaBaJaetartiB
Thb Brt?aBoauitHG _iMFoaiUMt
r>. ABtBoM Pao 561 Broadway
wat 01. leoeipt af 'tatop Ph'Uirrapt?) ?aleriali
?-.r '-,. ' ade.
FlRK AfcD blhGL<_ l'ROOF &APES.
(?? VVl?UBU'r TATaKl ")
1 he towt A'tlcl* iA.*4e, po.'. tl> ie .abl* in bcAk the above
qo'ttllrt Ai.o
W. W. BAiob'i Birolar FaotAt Bask 8a??b,
Becur.d b
QeiBBl'l Paib.-i PaaacTATiot* Bavk Ldcc.
We ba?i on b.n., at our Nbw S-1...1., Nn. <I5 Br.iih.ii a
lai?* ?-d compi'tt- Ba_.itm> 1,1 of tiie abor* Safe*. tu wtocb wa
tntit* the altrulioii f,f Ue puoii,
Steaa-i k Maet,B
No H35 B i.adw.v c r -I Wtott tt, tt Y.
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atatd ptetm'i.ett foi llg tlw.. besuty aod au No 9?Bro?
m } i.oiUi-*a?t coru.i <-! l.o*-r .1 . 1 p^o*lle A, i' St.wait.
fc C? ?*._
~ 1.AD1P8 Bitbiiig tu-1- aupp'y 01 IlooTa and
Bii'.a* ter lh.cou.uig araaun n.n?l be >.neto 8.11 al
.vniiBKiV .:.., S.. BWCbbbIB
Try It - aBeBeaatBn, C.-lic, Croup, Cuta,
Pti,? ? llte>a bwka.d at?B, BB i i.-eji.t lj Cd ed by u-l,g
ItK Tl'BIAt' Vamtia.i Li-irk.st Nitnl'g biaev.r Deeo dia
crA-iAdUirtiVp.p-.ul). it AV.itb lt-A Nuue av-'Uin- um
le-..Ui.ds I ToBlAa Prtaa W ai.d a oaaaa u.pot No 56
< oiU*idt*t . New-Ao'k- Held e?-r> ?? bere_
SPaLDIRG ? PRP.FARBD Gl.UE.
e'vaya"*v tb..' a 1_t* a b.?a "?[Trtbua*
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FKIDAY, _BI____B ir*. 1?60.
REPUBLK \N KOMINATION8.
For Pttf'.nl.AHKlIM ?! l.t^t'OI.-V.
For Tim jfi refr*!^.IBARWRBJJL _IB-I-.HI.
POR l-BRIDROTiAL RLECTORB.
WTLLIAM C. BRV4.Nr' '"""'JAMI 8 O PtTN/.M.
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Tor Jaaarlrf ?/ M "? PriAoaA.JAMKS K. BATE8.
TU tVOaaA'af'tv0KNTB
glt, aetao. oaa bo ?m> of ?aoayts? e. 4io:i.rnanlrwar,T? Wbat*
oaat to -Ar-oded for taa-rBoi, r, aat b. ao?ei.t>- at-i by tba
_._, m4 addiBM ttflfc* enter oot r.oc*.8arll? for pBBlloa
Boo ba aa a cuaraaty fer bB good falt
j_ri-r_ igg^r, ako-d U all -on* M addreumd *e T-B
BitTti TR.Braa.
Wa aaaaot aoam-tt to retttfT. wtootad CoaiiariBfa-tloi-.
Ta A4la?ra?BwrB.
Owi_tv to t-e reoaot grrnU iiiora-ae ia tf.e ciic-Ul'oa
?f TB. Dait. Tbibibb. aud the aeo?-ny ot pmtl * th. Brrt
i___ taaaeritpraiauwil "?"?? -? ?r*_____
jT^-itlt tt-^M. Utot r-rao/to. aU a^-aieoB
!!__L __-d to mloeo k tfntook ta tb* ..v^d-iA arUn tb. to
*_,___ ,!__,_.totoaar* M kia.rtk* aAixmata Bo*ln?
toZtttZZm*^* *?*? lW-n.efat.ar_
taAwaftal a'citx
Yo?terday, in obodieoce t? t*9 lateet oewa from
Npw-Orlctnfl, tae bnmgbt W?lker, the fitlibafltor,
to li _. To-day, in Journalutio defereoo* to furtber
" lateet newa." no agatu ntJord hia e-eouttno.
CoL Ruder wttfl yi-t elive. Boino of Walkar'a
men bad Brrirod Bt Nen-Orieana on a Br.tiih
?teamer.
-w>
Both braocbefl of tho Common Oonncil mot ye?
tvrday. Tbe Oi'iineiltnen did m.thing of apeeial
intereat. Tbe Aldermen received a MBBBBfli frou
the Mayor, vetoing the ies lution dire_tin/< the
City I ape tor to advertiao for prop *a'? or cloan
irg tbe ttreett. on the g'ou- d tbat he had ateady
doii? ?o, and awarded tbe eontract at $i?i1),00ii to
Ljuth & Co.. who may therefore h*ve aoquired
?o_e cla'ni u von the city. flmee tbe cootraut ???(
reja-cted by tbe B ard of _Mbt_BB, we do not aee
bow tbe objection of Hn Exce'leocy cnataod.
Clearly, between the Major, Aide tneo, aod Ciiy
luBi ect r, tbe Cbarter w 11 not bo oonipbed witb,
and the w? ik wiil continne ti. bi pe fo'iired by Mr.
Delevan in the flame ak-re-ly, lllegal, aod costly
manner at berotatf>re. Tbe patro .age of tbat
b aucb of the public eerrica ia tot) va'uab'e t > the
D<_ooracy to be endeDgered, eep.cali. on theeve
of an inipoitant tlection.
Tbe Central Camptign Clab held anotber of it?
weekly meetinge l**t t>v>ning. Mr. Mo*<_ H.
Grii M 1 pieeided and fltid a few manly ward* in
bebalf tt tbe CHuee. Mr. S B. Chittenrten foi
lt.vxed, w tb a hrief recap'tul >t>ou of the reaeonfl
wh cb ii.flueDced tim, a man of buniiee", and ato
fether ou flifle of pnlitics, to t?ke ao much interett
in tbe tr-umph o* Republican pr uc'p'ea. Tbe
powtrful and pungent apeech ?< ih- evening wasby
Tbndiletia Stever.B. ,We publiab a full report. It
w;ll attraci, *? i will deaerve, univer.al attention.
It ia one of a claaa of apeeche-a tAhich but few tnin
rnnke, or can make. Ita miittt-r ia a<> atribing and
g? ccnipact that it makea little d-fferenee whetbt-r
t e apeech be read forward or ba:kwaid, or
whelber it be begun iu tbe middle aud road
toward etlier end. Let the teader ob
teive the cumments of Mr. Stevena upon Mr.
1 loufclac, upon the Demoornt'C orga< ization, or npon
Jucge Taney. and be will leooguize tbe force of
thi* obeer atioD. It requi-eg uo .-flort to read a
B|.cech like thia. A _a? wbo lo k? at it with a
\iew to MB what ifl in lt. insenhibly ^oes o.i till he
beit aure be hia inui-u-rrd aU the p uut* made, for
he knowa that be will bate loat aimet_ii.gif be
luiaaea auy. Ihe fact that Mr. Su-veua >s ever
Teflh in bia utterantH-B. ia due to hia intenae fi-elitj
lo hia c _ricti<'iifl. Hia tye. ig eingle, anrl thua hi*
wbol? body ie tull of Ugbt. II* Hta d? fixed and
firra a? a rock, and bu'la hu bolt.4, witb ?BtfliBf
cedainij and'o'ce, _totbe^ery buli'a-eye of tne
au-ject at wb cb ber aiuia. We ack n -botly t. read
Mr. Sleveus's Bueech. E*eryb-_ly will do it wno
inike at ii, aiul the_\ will l.el themsel.eB d.xibly re
,aid _ l tne peiufl-l. Mr. 8tevenB waa?toll<iwed hy
tbe Hon. lsutler 0. N'.-ble, Lietit.-Goveruor t><
WlBBB ai", "AtKi made a teiy ttlling apeech, after
which the meeting adj'-u ned.
Mlt Wlll.li'i Dl'BR.
Mr. Dner b_? l^a-i. timk ? n ar d y i'lting a apeech
in"en-ed to explain nnd ju?tily _? preaent polit cal
a'utude, wmo ail ita cojiuliCAtiona. Thrit apeech
ia It.i.g ai d pUuflible, when t ioi_ht better htve
be n th- it and bo- ett. It M . Dner bad aaid, in
iuba?uce, ' I i ever waa noitile to 8iaverj, ereo
?' wbei) I wia arJ.nc >'i a nnfj V-.ti % for the Wil
" mot Proviso, ard fcn dred propfHiiti na; true, I
" bad to pr. triid tt. be in order to gi-t iuto and
" ke?p in . ffi.-e; but ( eeiznd the ver* firet oppor
" tunity, at the dentD of Geo. Taylor, t) rat to
" tne tide t > wb.ch I wab at beart attt<?bed ail
?' tbe time; B'-d flince^h-n, I h.ve foiitrlit thoae
?? who VFaaTaflflji me n.to pu^.lio li'e with aleep'eaa
" mali-jn ty, except 'or a lit'Je tiie when io 8?n
" PrBMflMB I needetl tbeir vott-a to give me a very
?' lucihti*?e < ffi.-e, ai d aecured tho_e vut>? by pro
'- hflflBBBkl whi li 1 ai.-i i d_ violati g, and wh'oh I
4 ii.-ver niegi t lo i(?p"- be woul.l bave told the
?liii!e BNiiy, and it nerd not hare taken him ten
miuute*. Aa it i*, be conflume-a an bour iu ahow
ii j. hcA he li.at tu'ti'l- hia old AnusU'i-ry po
f eeii.na b) n.e yi g hia .own wiih ottier decayinf);
factione in one grfat Pro-SI?very combinatinu or
Fiiriop, whoae tnumpM will be hiiled with will,
drl'ri- ub eju'ta-ioii hy rv?-ry joboer m huinan fle-h
trt.m Pailim.re to G.He ton. Mr. Duer do^a not
deteive bimaelf by ail ina li e worda. He ia a
emart, cui i n.? iaw>er, who hate? erery f >r_ i f
p.a t cal boetil ty to the Kl?ve Ptiarer?h^tea it ail
ti e moie tbut for a time be wa? conatrained by
Ii.m. nt (.(iwer to de <r to and aeem to ahure that
t-einineiit He now kt-ka the BbBtJi he f.rmeily
vM.it- ail tb.- more veriouioualy tbat he ia eompeiled
t-) bute biinaell ft r bavniK once woin and aiucr
d-ara.dtd it.
"Wbo kdbd tbeWhig party?'' ia a fUBlilH
<.n wb<cb Mr. l>uer w^Blea many Woid?, athle ?'h
ca.i oiap. nt- uf it in very few. He a?,a the Whi,
??art) wa* b-a.rayed ai.d i'e?e-ted ii 1* _">, wbeo ita
i r_>.ii zaiion in tb a State wae toru.a Iy mer_ed -n
th t ol the Repun icari p^rfy. But Mr. Due
k'nWB n B e??t deil Oetta-r ihtu tnia. He kn >wa
thi.t be, fipff exanii le, t.ad alrt'-vfly at that mom-nt
at.a> don-d ti.e VrV'big Btii.daid ai.d m-r^el bim*ei'
in tle Ki ovt-Noiliinir mov.-ineoc. He kno*B that
Ibe Wln" party waa u? itully wntiiidr- flfl IH,'),,
tth'ii ihe 8 her Gr_y or I'r-.-Slave y el>*tnont in
tha* pai'y, after havi g f.-ict-d an ?-b )Oii-u< pl t
f rm up-.ti ita h\i t-S uv? r_, wm| at .he BbMm >re
('?....?i.tmii, ttiried aip.ate tm*A a d r-ecretly, by
tr- BBfl_ iy i_oet l.iu), dela-atxd Gen. Scott, tbn ctn
?-.du <? in iiiin-'' il up -ii uii'l wbo had in _ ?>d faith
acci jjled that I'Uttorm. Wii-n that coutee'. wb^
tufled with baiely./o_r8 ate, aiipportiriK tbeWoi?
catdidatei-, etety one ui>ib? ha?" rrabz-vl tbat the
gioiy ht-.J dipirt?d-th l th?* Wdik p?ny w_. but
a fmnie. Dtfctt miub bave been norne, dmanU-r
O'eicirijie; bu' "teeat bj ftruahmg, Ci?aB_?ra . atai
uirt, a-flectetl by ayB'eiuatic acd all-pcrfadiu^
treacl-er., waa fatal.
Ai d }et one d?Ml tt rec.overy wai afterwtrd
aflorled it by tbe m-a flj ?4nii tt ??UHoW Dem
(.cratie aapiranta to aeeur- tbe epe-cial lavor of the
fclave Povter. Wibn, in I8M. t'ie Mita un Cotu
pact wa? D-a?il?'d and finaJi) abr-.^ited t:e Wh |
Mley, at micl., miaht ba-e lefjnined vit-t'ity ani rev
ym B?bBFC_ f** T i* a fir(rt, dimiiixOUBre.iatafice to
tb.it u."t Uijua'ifiiible BffMBflBaa. The g.ildeu
ini.iiieiit pbfla. d un mprov?d. Nay : Mr. Du^r bixt
rt-ll ti-rlt iietbnt tbt firat m*n to l.rinal y pr< po-c
th/it. fTfnt wn.ii? waa Mr. ArclnbiM Uu n, then a
Keutucky \Vh>_, now, ii thr Courae of nature, a
1>. uglaa Dem.icrat. Had tbt iew H uthern WMfl
thia in C'oigreaa taken gr? u d t_.'.dly, decidedly,
tboioui;bly boaiile to the repudiati.m 4hey nii?;ht
bave revived tbe proudeflt daya ol tbo Wlu? p*rfy
H< w that craia wbb met by Clayton, and li_dMer,
i.nd Peane and (alaa !) John Beil, the reco.da of
OBMnilrttr And Tbe fe~ Koutbiru Whigfl ?
lbet.dore K. Hunt, Luieiaoi) KtBeredge, WUuaui
Cullom, Ae.?who atood up manfully for the time
hi nored landma k and the p'iehtod ftith of the
South?were uemly aii de.e>rt<M) and oaat aaide by
tbeir c i.Ht Oo ; . Frrtm Ihe day tbe great wrong
waa rorj^un.roati .1. tl.e South b _ choten bot one
iu un to Cuii'M-t eiprepny oa ita oppnnent, and
tbnt man ia I'm-k BUi , a Hepul.l cnn. Mr. F.th
ert-dge and ',wn nr tnree otheia may bave been re
tunud it> ppie of t-vir coi'denjn?.ti >n of tbe Ne
bra-ktbill, Mr. Bair alone bas been ohoaen be
ceuae ?( that eoi deimation.
?Mr. Duer reproduoea, with porop aid C'rcuna
e ar.ce, the f?rrj. ut pWge ai#ned by aeveral Mera
bera ol Congr. aa B IHoO-l-Mr Cl*y at tbeir head
?bindi-g tbtmaelvea not to nipp?rt any mao
thertaftvr for Preaident, Viee-Preaident, or any
otber political ,,ffioe' " who U no" koo*vn to b"
"ojptaed to the diatnrbatce of the Bettlement
" atoieaaid [tbat of 1?0], and tt the renevol, in
"flrtf/'tTrn, of etrUation upon the suhject of Slav
.. ,ra."_Thi? p'crtiie Mr. Duer aaya he wmte, aid
we CBunot doubt bia aord; sinro we fiud hiin now
bard at work to give the vote of our Siate for Prea?
ident maiuly to the muo moit imuardintely and
conapicnouBly 8Ctive in renewing that agitttion.
He preteuda lhat the Conipronii.e of 1850, in apirit
if tot in letter, roquired the reopeotrg of Knn*aa
und Nebraaka B Slavery; Mr. Ducr'a audacity ia
tot yet equal to tbat aaeertion, th >ugh it will
dctibtleae miprove by experience in the I).iUt>laa
Pchool. At pieeeut, all he can niuater braas to say
ia tbia:
"I ihii.k that 1 can undervUnd and apprecltto the moUvet,
rea..p., and indueeCt. that Uiuc-u Mr .langUt to aeBBSBB to
that niott in furtui hto n.?a?U'e I tay coiiaetit to It for hn w*.
uot aai. ulteuuiju.tiy aaid. ite aaibor. The propoaiUoo for tb*
lep.al came fiom K.ntucky, and ' im . int to ..y, from a H'h.a
Seial'.ril Reu'wkv but Mr Dnugla. b?i alwayi a.ippiitaxl
the <io<irii.e ot N Llnto'veitl n a* l .unded on natural n.ht a <d
retlug up- D lepublWu p lnclplet; ai,d he rn-rdtd tne Mli.ouri
Cumj/lvu lee .. BJ- ano??ly aud at t.iC.uairtoni -Ith tbat doo
trtiit ? aid. , do'iM'.i-i, I, wat bur yet I think thtt the anom
8:y ihoaid bave be. o perixittod to a.and Ha ai.o anrautded
tuu.ie 1 nr wai perinao'd, that th* ipi.lt ol the Cnniprxniee
?ta.uie* of lHJtt dimaoit-d that'be piiuclple ol tba'. (, j.i.pro
u i-e th. uld be extri.d.d to all ta? Te-iltorlei I hr-ieve m ire
over, tbat be a.ice e'y tbougnt?and V tbea.?orau wa i- .1 ? I -nm
p." i.ii. I - : l.u | i-.. :.' ar.ail? .1 had breu reliabie ha h .d good
reaat n to think?tha' th* r> p-a' would nonmmmau tbe tnatiph
i i tne Nm iLte. viutioU prioiiple, baoi h the Slatery agit.tiou
fron. tht hallt of Couneii, and ie.t-.re their enn-rt rtltUooi of
fr ei.l.lip aad In-tonal r.,arc totheStatoa, and ti tbe pe >dIa
W h-i to tl i-icreuK i .. pl.i.ti.le but IiOl to iu r iiilml ? >n .-lnc
in*, we add the ntlueucei which upon inch txv*al m. iirro u,d a
puluic n.uii, aid men ber ot * pol.tica. Dtrt-, and whi | lew
bave tht poa.r to reaut. wt ?hv.l ht d ta*t *hit we hav* to
tl u,r jjougl.a 'or. ii i.ot nuy a'aiieg incno.ietoiicy or are*. lerit
Tiii.iiol jiId. iple, Int thai'he ai.Sered hli ci ar jidgneot to be
obacured. and upon a priy uieai?eact.Hl wlio bli party w haa
be t/kgbt to have r... r. above it "
? Waa tbere erer aucb a jutnble nf aophi'triee ?
" Mr. Dotiglr.B hrd nlwaja eupported th? doctrine
" of Noo-Jnteitetitioi." N?, be bad Bat* be votvd
to apply the Wil-iot Pioviao to Oreg-?n, wbire
there was far lea* dat ger of the introduction of
Slavery tban in aii> of our p'eaent reiritori'*. Bfl
p'Opoetd' urgrd, and voted for the ext-rition ofthe
M'atoiiii line to tl.e Pacific?tbat ia B aay, th* ex
cluaion of blavi rj by pots'.t'te act of Coogreia froui
all terntory norlh ofthe line ofW %Tt if it m ght
tbertby bc |BRI_4tod the prir lego of extei dutg
iiaelf South of that line. It waa t>ut laat we-A at
BaekeflBf tbat kfl biamed th me who are now Re
publicana for reaiating and defeating that oropoiir
BMBk lt waa only alter every other device for im
plicatinij, the Frre State- in the guilt aud abnrne of
exteiding Slavp. y had failed triiit Mr. Dourl&a re
boitcd to tbe d. d?e of Noi-Iutervcnl on.
The repudiati.in of tn-A Miaaouri Compart, eaya
truly Mr. Duer, waa propured by Mr. Ditoa, a
Kertccky Wh g; and jet Mr. D-.u^lAa ia ex^ua^d
Ba aupjMirti ti it by tho plea tbbt " upun n party
"meaaure, be arted with hia party." The trnth
it tbat lit MADE it a paty mcasure?BaBfli it on
bia party, againat it? betler jiid.iii.-nt, and a<ainat
tne ea.nett IRBRBRRtoRBRflfl tf _auy who were oo
atrained to vote witb him. Mr. DouflUt haa fre
(juently boaatcd that be did not en^aae fully in the
eitt-rpnae of rtpealibg the Miaaouri Compact until
be had Presidect Pierce coannitt(-d toit ia ivritBf,
ao tbat be could not back ont if he would.
Hr. Pierce bad to ute aH ba itflufnce and poA/ere
of petauation to indnce Mr. Norris, one of the
l)t in oratic Senatt-ra from bia I vn 8tate, to vote
tir tbht meatiire, anainat hia avowed and deep oon
viciion Ibat it waa wnrng in pni.cip'o and fatilly
iiiipoltic. Frotn Grat to la?7, it waa Douxlti wh ..
cxR?reed tbe L)r.r_ooratic. party?that ia, tho North
ern wiDg of it?into the aupport of the Iniiiuity,
uot tbe party that coiatrained buu, to puah on a
it lit-iuc wbich a Whg had firat fornu'ly propoaed,
and wbich certaiLiy bore no relation to any recog
i.ired mi mi of Deniocracy.
Mr. Duer atiya hn drafted aa well u aigned tbe
fan.ouB CongreaaiDnal Plcdge aga'nat tho renewal
ol Slavery ngitation; he adinita that the pioptaal
to rtpudiate the Mie?oun Compuct did reuew auch
ajtita'ion, and tbat urjuatirjably; yet bc ia in cloae
league and fellowtbip with tbe author* and c >u
tnv. ra of that wroiig, and ia eupportinjf the uio?t
MOBtBcat BflBOag them fur P'eaideut ! True, Ar
utiyt be ia aupporting Bell; but be apeaka tne
word. toi DbRBJB*RRRBRBr BbI and hia B_eB>
rul Ticki t ta framtd on a like buaie. We know
lhat tbe Dou^laa tntn on tbat ticket will vote for
DoVglaB; we do tiof ki ow for whom tbe flflBRflBB
Bell nien will vote; even Mr Duer RBrBmH thtt
te doea r,ot. Ue talka la'??el-, for Bell, but virtu
ally adii ita tbat be expecta bi* Bell Kleotore to
v< to lor Doofcl 'a. Haai bim I
' "B-.t how,'..j.aooie anxloui Republl, ?n ' how will theae
elect nvi.t*" \A . II, irj frlrnct. yoa know ali lhat I ku m .
j'.u ac Jo-t ai . on pe'.eLt to foiin .i. opLdou ai I tin. Huw
tvill youi elt-cton vott ? P'or thr ciajd.d.te. of tb-ir c^-i;r,l
auppo.e. I ti,l?k tbat onrt will d I tht- a*in*. I kn.iw u ,t:i ng to
treveLt Uim. trom Oucg io. Yrt 1 will nt, tbat If nec-.ta y
to prrvetit the u-rtion ot a aecttonil oandidtie, I nape la.- v .t
a..? be aat aa a ui.it 1 ib?k it oi.bt tu be to eaat, out 1 uiv*
ea Boihoiity i<. ?*y that i. w.<ulJ b?."
Se, yu ste, Mr. Duei taBBBBflB at laat that he
don't kiiow lor wbotu /ua Kleotora?for he wt* ooe
of tbe f< n-mott in iovcntiog tbem?are to vote.
All ?a le't in the fog. They may vote for B?V| tbey
may vote fur I?> ti(r;lht; tbey cc Umly will n.t vot.
f.-r Liucolu. At-d thit, Mr. Duer thi. ka, ought t<.
BfltBltj 118.
But it d(VfB not, aimply becauae it i? an arrange
uieut taiuted, turciia.i:ed with fraud. If . v.-ry
voler were told the etory that Mr. Duer now tella
?" Tbia ia a'mply an aiiti-Kep.iblioan ticktt, and
"willv-.te for anybody in order to defett Lin
" c ln,' wehhocld n.t comphin. But while Mr.
Dutrtt-iia hia S lvcr Graya ar,d Know-Notbinga
tbia, tbe Dem.-rratic jour_ala are telling the Dutch
and Iriab-boMi voUra eXAdly tbe oppoaite. The.k
tay, " To be aure, we have put aorae old-line
" WbigB and Ameiicuna' on our ticket; but
" they are now with ua for Doaglaa, and
" will eaat tb*ir votes BAlid for him if
"eltcted: So rally to the aupport of the
" refciilBr, old la^hioned Democratic ti< ket." Aud
Ihej are thua iuducifig 'bou aada lo vote for it who
woulo mitaiitly tivi.lt at the BBRBBBR-aA tbat they
aie not Driuiiciht. but FuH.i.uiate, aud that their
ii.tiB are to beuetd to elect anybody but Lincln
? 't Uiiij pot.ibly be Brtckiondge, probably John
Bell.
How aimple, how natur-tl, how eaay, if honeaty
ttiid truh are to be regurded. to have every Ele :tor
ou the Fueion ticket any f.ir jitot wbom he will
vote if cb'.-i-n ' It vvi ii 1 i take tbem five ininuti'a
ea. h to put thie in black ai.d white, and thaa m ikn
an end of all bL(m ulation aud uncer?aiuty. " Vitu
?' It>publiraii8 are a I.ybrid, oompiaite party, '
enya in aubetauce Mr. Duer; "part oi you are
?? Democratfl; p?rt are WMg.." ? Ho ww an,
M not," ifl our ready and poflitiveraflponee, part of
ua ver? Demo-raU, part we e Wbigflj but wr> aro
now neitber Wr ig? nor DemocTata, but aH Kr.vvn
i.ii a_h, and for I.inooln and Hamlin. If you ??te
our Klectoral Tioket. you vote to make Linooln >or
Dfit Preaident, and Hamln Vico-Preaident j there
ia do mialake, ro doubt about it. If you vote the
Fuaion ticket, in 'ta lateat or Dry-Gooda phaae, you
vtite parlly for Douglaa, partly for Bell, p%rt!y for
Breckmiidge, nnd you are not permiit"d to know
what proport'on of your vote i? to be alloited to
ear-b. Vou are told by aome of ita anpportera tbat
ten of tbe Elettom ou that ticket are for B-41;
other. a??nre you that tbey are not; and we know
tbat a* _e of them are not really for bim, however
otherflmay be. On tbe other hand, they t-ll you they
have pntfleven Preckinndge men on the tioket; yet
on'y four of them are taken from the regular Breok
inridge ticket, w hile the othera are unkoowa ia tbe
Bteckinridge councila, and ooe of them (Mr.
Congei) baa b*en openly for Douglaa. If they
really ?Iant to give the Breoki-ndge men the
Elector for tbe Wefltchester Diatriot. why throw
off Gen. Aaron Waid and put on Mr. Conger in
?tead ? Can ar.y one aemgn a plauaible renjon for
hia invidiooa aelection 7
Fretmen ofthe Einpire State | judgo bet ayee.
tbe Republicana and the Fui oni.ta! On one uie
aie tri k, artifico, conc4.-alm.ent, equivoeatoa, du
plicity, doc.ption: Whioh aid. i* it ? One party
ia in favor of, the other practically aga-nat, the
election of our next Preaident by tbe People:
chooae bttween th.m! Each profe_8e4--atieaat
Mi. Duer duca?to be ho?tile to tbe eiteueioa of
81avery; but one act* ia accordance wich tbo*?
profefleionB, tbe otber directly in theteeth of th-rn.
' Tbe alothlul man fliya, ' There is a Itoo in the
" 'way;' " and ao Mr. Duer, while he aayt he i?
Acti-Slaitery, goe? on to bIiow tbat we c_n*t do
tb;a, and muit nt do that, aud tbe other would
aniwer no purpose if we did it, and H o.i. But we
know tbat tbe election of Lincoln would throw ta?
ai-ight o' the Frderal Adminiatration, with i_i v??t
power and p?tron4ge, iuto the ical. of Free Litbor
and Non-Extemion of Slatery, and tbere we inetn
to j>ut it. Let cowardfl and bypocri ea do aa their
ratore prompta, our coiirae ia atraight on, ai.d ita
goal ia tbe triumph of Free Labor, of JuBtice and
IIumaDity I
? TAIaV.
It ia no doubt fortunate for tbe catiB* of Italian
hberty that Hardiuia haa the w iado_ and the power
to ititerpoee her?ell ai a ba'rier ag_n?t the head
loDg ruah of revolution. Tbat hor mteutioaa w-re
at _r?t misunderfltood, ?eemfl evident from the pro
tett of fleveral Powen againflt ihe eutrtnce of her
troopfl imo tbe State* of the Churrh, an i Ibe flig'-t
ofthe diploniatiflta; but that her purp-ae wa* *im
ply to preaerve the City of R me invioiare ia ?ubte
qnei.tly made manifeet by tbe explanatory note of
Count Cavour aud the official mem.raodumof the
King, piiblinhed at Turin. It may lie that Ganbtldi
baa declartd "that annexation will be etfected
" when be aball be ab!e to proc.laim it from the
"top ofthe Quirinal." But an attim^t t > drive
ibe FiencL frun Rr_e c*n only reriilt in forcing
a oot flict with France. A war with Fra ce would
li tle deliverance of Auatna fr>m th-great->g'
difficnlty in her Itnlian lelat-ona, nn<l would pre*ent
bei with tbe Ofportunity of aflflumiog the openly
boatil- D4_<it:on which abe awbrinkn 'roin prooiaiuii<)_
a i li.ng aa France maiutaius ber attitude of uon-in
tuveutiou. But Rome aud ita iaimediate neighbor
bood preat-rved to the Poiie, Frauce vilj aUlt umn
ta.n hrr neutrality, for Louia Napoleou ia at leaat
ao lar boneat in bia avowed wish for pevje aa to be
glad to avoid a war, if he can with hoior, necea
aarily ariaing from a new compl-cation of afftira,
with a new placing of the combatantu, and with
doQbtful l'r-1.1 -.
Ibe revolution, thtrefore, which might bave
ei ded in anarcby and failuro had it st'.ppnd to
daah itaelf agaiiiat the Krench power in Rome, will
mrge quietiy around it, and be content, at letet
lor tbe preaent, wit- adding Umbria and th*
Marcbefl to the $nat Italian Kingdom. The hour
and tbe man for Italian Fre-dom bive come to
getber. Tbe heroic Garibaldi wiih a courage tha'
uever flincbea; with a atraighforward aimplicity oi
character which ia proi I agatnat ail teaiptation;
with a cooland correctjudajment which never e-m
hi.d aeizefl alwaya at tbe r ght Aoment the riglt
? ccai-ion, atepa furward at the p ecifln inetaiit
wtt-n tbe patierre i.f the people waa exhau-t-d;
when the love of liberty waa tbe m..at i tenae, and
'be h?pe of acbirvng it the moat enthu ia^tir! aod
buoynnt, and Paly riaea as one man, redc-nied
and di.eirlimlled. That aurb niuat be now he*
fn.al ter-ult, Biems ev dent to the moflt di-iiondin.;.
I t.leaa tbtir gmid judginetit ahall at tbia mouieut
de*ert them, it ia haioly pt.?.irle to be ieve that
Ita'y will not, ere many moulba hive paaaed, be
nckoned aaiong the fir-1 ola*a Euro<>ean P.iwere,
eid Victor Emanuel be rcwarded tt-r hia devotiot.
to the raute of hia cr.untry by rinding h-maelf at th
head of a Kingdom ot S(_,OM,fO0 of people. 8tu
pendouB aa Buch an event ifl in tbe biamry of nt
tiirrr, itaet-niK tbat we. in our day, am ctlled up.n
tt. witnera the r.>t< ration t) poweB and g ory of a
lai d wbich for more than twelve centuriea h*a BBM
t.-rii and divid'd by fo'e'gn invaaioi, ?y int.Kna
waiB, by civii min uie and pneatly tyranuy. Thoua.^
Ut mi acle ib perforniing uuder our veiy eyea, i )?
hard to ieC4gni/e truly ita miguitude and uuport
ance.
At tbe Rat;Ccat;on meeting at the Cooper Inati
tutf a fortnigbt ayo. the firat ep.aker wan Wi'l am
I?'.. Dodge, one of the l-adn-g in?. chanta of Uii- city,
wbo, diaguated with t'e jugglery and dickMriou tt
tLe pait) with wbich Le had hitrerto bo-u cni
i icted. announced to th.t \ast a>a?-m"ly hia d'4ter
minutioL not to be aold by h-a po'itiatl aaaoci ti.-.,
ard hia adbereece tbt-reafter to tbe Keu'iL i -an
party. Ibe meeting laat i igbt at the atme pl.tce
wae fligoalized by tbe appcBrance npon th . pltt
ti.tm of another d>tin_uiBhed mcr.-ha 1, who lian
i.ot hi be'to ha-.. n publicly cinnected vt.itl any po
litica' party, and baa i,ot for yeara before been aeen
in a pt.litiral meeting. Mr. 8. B. Cbitt_ndea ia
widei) known aa a l.-nding man iu the branch of
ti-adr with which he ih connect*-d, and ia aauntver
?ally re?p<'ct4d aa be i? widely known. Hia ?p"?ch
waa u p'a'ii, atra ght-'orward, pra> tical dia ?our-o.
and one tbat cannot lail to maki a dt^ep ioipreaaion
upon Ina brot^er nit-rcbanta. It ia wel forthe rep
utation ot ihat large and iufluential c'aaa ain ng u?,
II at wbile aome of their number get up ma?> ui--e'
inga to advertiae th?ir n i-rchaudiae, othera furget
their ini-rcbanriee, and arek public meetinga to
avow tbeir prnciplefl, acd lend their ioflueace to
the cauao af Freedom at d gnod tinvemment.
Tbe morniug att_r tbo Raliiication meeting a
fortnigbt ago, TAe Erprtti announced that Mr.
Jrmea O. Putnam wa? the firat flpeaker, igii'iriatt
bltogtUier tle fact th.t Mr. Dodge apoke Uifore
lum, and waa rett ived with the ulm-M ouUiUfllrtaui
by bia frdlow citizara, wM O'lmired t'e hooa."- and
boldoeea. Trvouj/fa Mr. Ckit'enden haa oerer Ui
of Ibe atuxii p.ny with Ths Erprttt, tbat oaper. if
it ia wlae, arcording to ita oieaaure of wi.dom, will
fail aiao to rercenizc hia appearanoe before the
j.ubl'c; Bf tbe influei-ce which it will-x.r _*> np m
tbote whrm Tht. t./prtt* i* ttyn* t? make foola of,
ia prrcieely the aame aa that coming from Mr.
Do^ge. Tbat gentlemsn'a name, we bd'eve. haa
not even appeated in Th* F.ypreu't tvrlumna ainee
it denied that be bad repudi-tted the Puatoa party.
The old lady who admi'ed h*r ptvtor beeauae he
, ntvey aaid anythirift ab <ut mnrality and religmn,
would find the Epiacopal Cburch ?f Aia Di tceae
exactly to her mmd. A pa_aii na.phite wonld not
need to be of a very enligbtened underatanding to
be puxzled wby a Chriatian Church could not lind
titber the grace or tbe coir?_e B utter aomi tn Id
oobdea_ation of the crime of pir *cy. Never ihe
ft?, the Epiaoopal CoaveatioB ?f New-York haa
not that tDtaatjre nfCbriatian faitu aad mero*, ani
11 rtnt and totn when the anhject ia ?aaBaaeJ,
witb a reaa which can be liket.ed only to that
abich pnfaeaeed the man who waa tormented with
?even dtvila.
At tbe meeting of the Convention yost-*rday,
Mr .lay iotr duced a nerie? of rea .lutiona in rela
tion to the Foreign Slave-Trade, wbich, co.iailer
ng the 'act that tbe trade ie piraey by our lawa,
lhat it ia oi torio-ialy carried on fr .m thi. por*, v>*e
aela et gaged in it fitting out at our whtrvea, withio
heKring of tbe chiuea uf Trinity, a'd alnioat under
tbe ahadow of ita tail att-eple, were certainly perti
uent, not too atrong for tleir purpo?e, and alto
l/.tfier, inoffentive to the moat rose-eo'ored piety.
Yet bad Mr. Jay moved for the adoptiou af the
Athataaian c eed, he could bardly bave raited a
greatrr CA-.nimoti<.n. Tbe ataid laymea and the
vtnerable clergy of the Couveuti-.n fell upou the
BbBbBhRRB mtmber with a fury aud excitement
ult'getber diapropoitintiate to hia ofTeuae. If a
Chrittian brotber io a rtl'goua aaeemily may not
uek ita rner-bera to condenn a crime whith even
the lawaof m*in pronounce a ctptfal ofTenae, in
her veu'a name BB uld it t.ot be weli B go back to
firat piiiciplee, and hqmre the meaning and the
pur,08e of a Chriatian Cburch *
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RBCETV-D BT
IHAGNETIO T _LEGR*_PIL
I rom tt it.hlinitoa.
gpeotal Dtapatob to The N. t. Trtbuoe
Washington, Thu.aday, Sept. t?7. I8G0.
The Ind an Bureau mich, B ita sredit, ia ever
favortble and fiiei.d'y to tr>e Inliaua, ia great p
p eaaed by intelbgeoce from the BBR-feat cou'try,
to the efftct that tbe In'itna tbere a e quiet and
pt-aceful, and h*ve D..t been at <?il ou the war parh.
The vegeiable ptoductioiia n tbia extreme North
weat corijer af tbe Nebra*ka Territory are rr?pre
eeiAted to be aa g"od aa th-y are geoeraily Ifl the
Northern Statea. An apprupriati.il ia aaked for
pnrpotea o' irngation, bhoald drouth eoaue at RBf
aeaai n he'eafter.
Of tbe #5(R?,(H'0 approprateJ ?t the laat aeaaion
or tbe Potoiuac Aqueduct, but f'-A.da) nave bee?n
iib.iI by C*pt ili'igt, Tbough the latter prote>ata
axainet tbe uae of any of tbe rruiaiuder of tbe ap
piopnut on iu bia abaen.w. in Vlu.iA*, niJ* Mfataa
BR la* bteu TDttcft by C<t|?t. B'liham, wbich will
fioubtless be anawered. Micd, h.tweter, !he appro
pnat cn recitea tbat tbe m tuty ahall bn expeudtd
uuder the auperiutendenw ot Capt. Meiga.
Hminmnhpjtm. T^V g ^ - 1860<
By 8pedal Itoport to tho C. 8. S na a on tae 7tu of
Bay l_rt, tbe Po._?eUr-(lei,er.l recci-tneodttd, iu r
iut*? loaieeoiuiiouol ttia- body, l rjpr,tveuiouia B
ie detoil. of the I)e?d Laatsf < >_.:-, -bicn -were
avorably received by the (BbbBBM on the Pmt
llffice Bf botb HounJa ef Con.rtee. A-ong otber
hit km, it waa u.Rtd not only 'hal letter< BOBMMBiaf
n < i.ey or other v.lnithlo incl.it-urHe, bnt nnuy ofi-m
f-c'uieiit, ahonld M rettond to -ri'era wtTen tney
tu!ea lo rthch tbtircorreeponOen.afroui ?nQ<liy Baaeaa,
nd a bill, ezpreeeiiig tho vitwe of tha ObbbbM8B,
u.akiukt provieiooe Bccordini/ly, and anthon?u_ a
rbaiiyeVi poaiaee on all ruturued lettera, fj? waut of
Ume, ttul.i1 to become ? la*.
f?lii<e tbe adj.unjnieijt of C*mnV*tm\ let'era htve
been rtafored aa far aa tb" littirted MBB wu ild -Jltw,
withcut reftrtnee lo Ui.ee BOBBBBtofl iualo-U'eB aid
Ui e rtaulu havo Itetn biitt.ly a*ti-ta<torv Par.c.Ur
ii.fi,tn,o bbB been i<iven to iet'on' returced tt th-. Da
iHrtaeit for Ut WRi.t ef preptyuiout of poatiito.
tjaj.y were addreeeed to fi.r-i^u eoa RpBr
luei ii. tutufl bave aiao b^tu t^iven to I'oetBBBBBB
raaaliiea lettora uot proptrlv d?Beted,BBdRMbB wi.u
BBteera direclon, Ui b. retiirueAl at o.. -e io ihn li-itd
I/A-tttri ffioe?aud uiauy ruc-haredady neeitad,Opea d.
?_d rtturutd witb. ut BOlea n u.e u.adv..rtout wr te a.
Au urpoitant c-hMO^e bne al*o b*-e>'i tutilo tnliei'
aTQ'tinle coucenirip; let ent truai foreii.ii cointrieH.
wh.cb bavo bere'of' re bt-ei. ilelHtti'din pBBteOBOM bat
OU. ttlbUl, blt. I I'Ulil'g btSA.li _,|V*rtleed. I'liey *To
I. wt tt- (ioi-in - d tbrre moLtha tb0 RoBBB M taaate
rfe'ivt.y, aud to reduce the nu.tber of de?d lettora of
tl.'B (leecrip.ion.
A teat rei. rte bave Ix-er rtcciibd, thowing 'he rr
tnin of lafltetfl tn in poe'-ouic'ee, BBt 'hroigh tbe Dn
Batteaeat, but ) y antboriiy of tbe Uw oi tue Ua' ?*.<>
eioL, pitviling 'or aucli rriiirna io aBBMaj-aBatM
wptera |hre 1?8- uaiii-a iu atfcBg ae an i d .nv-uie .t
iiure'lier wilh ibmr IBaaBBBM BBtM le'ter?,ep:-C'fy Ua!
I.e t>_>o durina- whiuh li.ey eh?ll tte nei I lor |ol v y
bt-fote their re>nrx. to the re8.te.tive wii *ir? tbereof.
Tht I'.eeiJeiji t o?v ifivee mor- tlian ohihI ttie .ti it
to orr lortii/t httaira. A toom f. r fti- ti.'vAni u-hj hv
jti-t i.-. i j :>?( vni aa the BaM Depariiueut
Aboit tlity clerk. ll.n. laf li-tvej t~ra appjiiitod iu
the CVttui| lluean; aaean .beiu Mdaj, a i.. J. De
li?io, well ki.owu lu c.-iiu-ttiou aiUi ihe Siut.ero
prtet.
The Pofl-OfiEBR Depurtmeut ha* d leruiu.ad B***?
8oatB)BBlM preaent uai ee)rvii-e> t.oui S.J eep-i to
i'epv.r, n d HAiid Ui? naHa ?r und i.y Qeaaail H.utt'a,
laara.
A arard pyrotechuic ditpJay aod n vint to Moaut
V'lin-b aie ii, 'lie prt ^raojiue tor Ute aiiutiiaiutntiti of
tbe l'rn ce of Wai- a.
TM reotiptt iuto tb<v Trmanry Bfll week w.-w
*l (t-1., (ijo, of wbicb about f'.KXi ihjO aare from tbe
(Jaa orxia.
A private lelle- from Cluna nave thit Bli i*'er W:.rd
Iimb wrintu to W'.e io_t <i t'lti e.\ naaBfl lenVoOt
abeence, owing io tln c.udiiiuu ot l . Iu-?lih.
Itew-JiTB* y I'oIIiIcn
BatwaaB, ?.'. J . in i-'t., v(,t. 87,1H60.
Tbe lttll-K\ert-.l OflaRRBBBBBl tfcfl WB Oe ?' *
eiotial Diet1 iet Kj?eA-nll-d to-r'av, Kbd wn* well ?t i i devl.
O. 8. HaiaieH'l o v-ided. Sp*-echea we-re _nrie h.--'-u*i
LBibIRi ai'd a reeolu'.ion expreee-d wi defaa*, Peunouf
t. n, tt e Rapnl'licjtn cmididat ? for Coiig?-.* No u .tui
i mioii wiu ii i.r!i' by tbe (-oiiviidiioii. A l'oi_uji't.ta of
I lttAMi, boetver, wa* appoiu'ed lo *tlect h CH-didte
aml rOOOtt at a fmnre ticue. The pr babB ba vo lhat
tbei ltoll b veit tt a?t. wiU aRBn rl U.e 1)h? B a- |a cau
diili.te. Tbe Ilouglae Cui rantPOO ui-auai P'liriltfy.ti
(t-m. rrow, and tbe Bieckinml.e OoaeaatfuBBt Bfl
une |.|u-a i n Muiduy. T" DflRgBfl mt>u ra- .' -v
will rx-t k. a traurh'o'U ihhiiiiih i >ii vthile'.rte H ?--k
nridp- men i(< cl.t.i- they ant in favur of a onton ?! cl
partire, ao aa lo d.t.a' IVinnirir oo. If a tu>p>n ia
? ll'?cttd iit-aiiiet l't-iii,i.,_ i'i., it ia .ef.'i i,i1 tbeaon.aet
will M very cl aa bBbr_BBtflR ? aaj-.tiiy lo l-Vi * ?a
l?(>0, while tbe Dajotiiy la-t vanr in tha Diatrict of
Wr.gbt. tbe DflflBOB auc ?aivlid?te f>r Govaraor, oter
Old. ii, tM KeputInt candtdaia, waa *1Q0L
The Fate ef WalBer i_nt. Hudlcr.
BBw-Oaiaaaa, Tiieed.vj, s-pi M, imi.iv
A Hiiti.ii at.aoiMr baa arrived ber. with the r- ui
r.aota of G?n. Walkei'a party. s u? report. tMt Gaa.
Walki-r wae ahot on tba IRtti inat , aud CU. Uudler
aUU ooctliiaed to M bold ke a ptiao-er.
Tbfi *?l?Trr Niorm Klaff.
aVoflFOLR. ~'edaeeday, SM 28. '*??
Twelea p-janeera ol tle mppoeal tf**** iitrm
K n - bare bar? plaeed ie efcaea. of tha flfeT???' aad
? oa mi.te. to jail. gereral of tbam ara baanly ar?_-_l|
ihe otbara ara tiuk.
nfew-York PolHlea.
Tr.?t, Thnredty, Bapt 27. IW.
Tbe Douglaa ?t.d rMI-Kr.ra t _i? n( U-oear-law
Cotinty U> day uuited oo a ...nut ? 'h kat, m toDowai
ForCoig tt*. latae McCoeih*. jr., De_oorat nt Troyj
Tre^eur.-r, f>li-..r A. Arn-ld, A __b_M_, aaai the ra
_kinder ofthe Ucket aboat e_u Jly dirlded.
a>
Pcnna) Ivanla Polltli??.
Hakkmblko, l'a,. T_nr->.y, s_k. 27, IV*\
T'e Coo-timtl.-naj Cnion Kf<_8<i?iva C,emiutia aat
te-day, uiider tbe call of the Chtvri-en, Henry BL
FnHer, for the purpot-e of tv.mpleii'^ tba aia>-t?ra_
tiekat a_4i arleeiinK a e-aadidaia f?r Governer. _*??
n i.fa lory BBBMBM were ratavWrtl frvta a'l ptr-aef
tlia H'ate Tbe following Bel'-Kver-u elejtoral _ _*t
waa f< nrad:
Ki arr. at ar f._ai.B~Joaep_ ? Ingarao.1 aal W_i4_ |__
Wr1,hi
pi.TBicr ELBCTriBt-Ffltev W'|iil_aia_a. fll RL F-l-*. *a*A>
B Rinrr_rV A J Diaael. W H. hlu rluf. T. W. w o|..,f
lin.'e. Je?er. F. 8 Bletley. r? H. I.e-.he, J-.hu K .b-rt.. W.
W Mi.iildii. Lord R.itle- H.inaii ll-r ??.,.. fiaiiet. Trlac,
J. hn * ftearr.tt, W'oi. M P.nra?, Jer.B V-war J wep'a A.
Lndli. J B. F'Bdlej, AJrVa, Ho-.ll. J tT. Kart-r. 8- pt aaj
Mercer B. H Handeit a J 0. rt-rtairaa.aol Itaao Wa tr.it.
The fidlowiiiy raaolnfone were ?1 >pt?_1
ftfirrd Tbat lt lt ont ?pa_ia_t al thi. t.irea 'or tha CH-tUlflr
H-rial t'fliBo p?tr tone-tnlnata arandld-'e for lavarnw.
I_-*_W, fhti Hanrv M F-illar, W_. M. -Vrlfht, VTaa,
Lym. J hn Ro'H.rit tnd '?'tn. P. Ber _-_?'. _? a.tvta'-l t
C ii r |Ue? ae behalf uf ?a friaoda of Ball aal Ev*r-ti li Paaa
talvania aHlb ao hoiltjto ?_ taodl'r titd ehaof* tna Blao er_
tir.let thla d-y B.td... aa i?Jl haat ta-aia tba ht.-_or.toaa ao'.'ta
f aU Natimial nieo _ _ __
B-ao/te- Tbat wa raeommend tHa flolll ? el a L'olae 9taW
Maaa f'on.ar.tton of ali cll-aaat of penoayivanla flflfl! .aad la <*?
B.pobU.tr. etf?_itloo. at aa aariyaday aftai the OrtaBar
elartioa at ptac loaMe. __. _. __
{8.fna_) E C PErHI*.-wew ?* ?_? ^omm^
Phi_ai>__fmu. Tnnralay. H-pt, 27 1>?t%
Mayor HeL-rv, ln a lo*?r to J h . D VVa'a.o. Cbtlr
man of ibe Pn.pl a Par?y C ointi'i*-, -x U?a tha
rearoo ?>f hia refuaal to at end tb? r* ifl m on aan iog
of the People'fl party. He Mya tntf. bia old WiWr ariar
tip'ee arti nainly anitiraoid in tha Ht?te aod *la u.npal
p. licy of'he I'eople'a par v; bnt that from ? deite not
vi.lion that t- ? ela^rtlon of Bell ta th* I'raatdaoriy le
eatntial e- the trua we|f*re oi th? I'oio??, he ?H
vote for him if t***> opi__rtu_i'y for mi doum i< alf>ta_,
ki d for no r.ne el--, believin?j that ihe moat M-i*v.eii>_?
pnail ge of a_ At_eri.-a-. cmxaro ca_not b?n<htly ?<**.
ci-eo in aharinit bia viftr^et betaeeo rivtl otudidauta
wh-ae knowu principl-a are Bt ii'I?r varitti* Me
co'it-l' dt-a wi'h ai. etpra^taion of hia 4a-ira i-ily to _I
haia!? hi- offlci?1 dutiee without p-rtumaahip.
?
l>i lituitn Polltlca.
Wh-mivotom, !>-!., ron-d-y, S pt- 27 18*30.
Tha Hon. Wm. La. Tt*A*f ad.lr?e-a 1 a _*rt n< ?4f
tba Naiional r>nnorr>.cy at tte City Hall th a eveuiae.
wlth ror.eioe.able etlect,
Tl??t? iiii'iiit of Jiitige DohcIha
Cl?>< laNAil, rooratlaf, flVflpIr 27. ifmX
Jndfe Dootilaa l-ft C dmaboe ye.xrdaf mortiiaB bf
a rpecia' '.aii> f >r CinciiinatL Toa greateat e.ithn <i*.*m
vaaa manifeet?_ alornf the roote at urary BflMMf.
plaoe. Ml ai d tion ot 22 ca.a waa ra*de to tn- t^u at
Xe-nia, wfcicb arrived at Dayou a- ?_ o'ol ick Hare
ludire D. tisr'aa ttHa w-IjoidmI bv a t/e? t*?A*?t*At*\
J udge
He l.lOCerfled tO the l.oUrt 11. IW?, B o _?_-. a ep-J?a
i i lei, m iu ea dniatoo. He Ujeni bft f >T Ha adfia.
A'oi k t'e r -nie frotr. Daytou to Hami oa hii i_?_p*_oe
flflM alithnihM?a .
('u bia arrval at Hamilton a p o leae on wta 'O'fla -d,
whit.h eeoorted JndKe Duuifl-i to tha C >i t-Uo we
i-qua e. The .qu*r whi hl-d to orerfl.a'Qaf. w'.
If. apoketotbecro-rl f r hall au ht ar. llMitifa
on tb. traio aaaio andaTived h?r?) at 7j o'cl.tk -aia
erri.iiif, when h erie ed a privat* ctrriige ani a-aa
rttconrd to tne Hu-uet H '"ee. wh'.ra thout?<t? had
MBaakW to meet him. fhecn-l ? m *? _r_*t tna
i- a aa wiih diffl.a ty he e tered th^ R irnet Hou-v
After a few boura' ih* be w-a ?a on-1 lo tie C ???*>
Houee eqnaie by ? lai|/,?? torohiiafhi pr >caeai >m Paa
et.eeta hloi ? ih- lioe weiraa den?e*ly .ro_rda', tud Mr.
I ?o_k aa waa nvevr artv^re gr-ei-d ?ith ??.tlna'am. Tbe
I r wvaaion tearhed the C_>art HoBBi abont I0?'ol. lu
.\ft?r the cotifuaion bad aomewbai tt'iHt-d, tne H)_
lieo. E. Ptijib anLouucerl that Mr IJ.n^lta, ho'n/
li h'li' iwelva i-pea'-Lra wiilill tbe laat tiir._ (1 Kfn, and
(-. I. k ttiitciii volt,, waa lntble to By-wak to aaca _|
ir_^ tiae erotrd.
Mr. nrojr'ha, howe?er, roee ?nd a?id?1 ?nuM nake
a BJ.4-9Ch to you if I had tne voi ? and atreuirtli; bal
n* llif ru il'"-, 0?i' ? tn th.- Catl-M rttale-l by -i 414-1.7
Pirub, aod for ibie reaeon y-_i anll d*a?^e to _NM aat.
I flliocld have b*eode'<tfhte_ toadrlreet v -i b*it ( bave
uir.' e t ?o aia^< hea to day _!'???_>, aod it waa tne at
d iet__>-iiija: that vrben I arrui-.! hera, | ar*, t) __fl
tu> appa>aia_oe only. Tb-r_ ia n> pl?_> ia ul
Aineriea whe?-e I tronl<l h*re i)-eia -nore de
I'.i.K'J to adilreaatie D--_ .t.. ry th .n io ' I cilltU
il-re, npon ha horrter* o h Kr^e aid * 81t*/u H-.tte
w here yoa can rea'ir.- he ckojiam of t-iat irrit* i .n axt?t
ing laj.wteD the i H>rent tori na of >u-B-iui'.rr l
U ? arry jl-c- wnera I w-ol.i like ti d"?"r i?a ih >*)
q* e liona; bot I bv. no r i r* hat cttn eeao.h ti? aa
t itoftbiavaat cr?trd, nor ia 'berei aijr n.n . v?ie?
ihstrandoi). I amaa'iati'd lrom wn?i I ha ? aeea
i the ae' tr*i?e <**}'*, t.at Ulii ? may bo rtuk d ?% a oig
he Demooratic S'ai*4.
M'. DMgtaB. v i.e *a? ao bnarae tha: he o eald b?
lieBid liy thcee inlv near 9a (.l.'f r_.
Jndji" Douglaa tbeu detx-eided tbe p! <tfo*<_ r?0_
l-r. .* tbe ? ari .Hv-e, auii waa driveo rit,.i li_, to 11- B ur
let II uae.
Tte d.n-onatration w_a the jr-eateat eve- wl'-iaa^el
'.: ( a-. liimti. ?r iJ.-iikUa ImtVtta hy a rpetrial trata
tl ia alUrnton for ludi? npoli., tvh-t he 4pe*aka la?
iLioriow, and ou S-tturday w ili a^.k ia I. mitviba,
91?>venicnta of Li*r<1 llenfretr.
. .St Loiii, T_ure>1.y, Sea.t. 2/, IHjt).
Tjord Keufraw a. d aui'e arriv-d nera m na'-p*flt
five o clo k (hia 4 ve-.ii._-iu th'|i..k.t ''i y of VI ._
| ? m > d < 1 K'tte 1,000 petoOue bad aaV-Mll'iM near tae
la. nii ii, l.iu >he I'r.i.c aud hia eu.'- ex^-riaaa-d no
ii tn i.\etii.D ?? iu pH?4in_ rtpioly from t^ie ijttti th_ir
larejre*. Th-> wholept'ty watre d'iven t-> Bvro.iai'e
Efob-I w|.?ie a b-.i e of roouia -|l-nlil> I'uet ap
ri.M'fd Ihei, ilic-ludi' kr _> 1. I. l-ori.e .Ir.ts I .?- r MJ.'O
?i' tn. eec u eio.v; n jirivate p-rl >r f >r I->a i'r i>:? oat
-I e ihitd, aid a lierd IM n oo fe f mrto. 411 th-< aj?rt
ii . i '*> have l>?r*u n?-wly fun.ialiexl e'O.-- y-atej-'lay
nonrg vmmot ik- BOf.a-rinteijderi? ol Mr* H .niuei
af4 Mr. f?*g The-l*r ..ee eaf r.-aa-, htni*-lf ritf'ilv
|let.eafl -. ;(^ hia t 0' lb"8 far Ih ?-tg i <ll# Uiued
Sikkb. T -n.orrow he vieitetbe fair aud H?BB pl-oea
? 1 , UbllC II l." .-t
m>
The Slule Fitlr.
Fi MiR. N. V Ti aredafl thfl. 27. tSGO.
Tl.e pri p rtioi.a fer t ie Sr. .u- K^ir wh' :'t .f_. ah>_)
on'1 na d.?y ?e?t Hre. ne .-y . ._L.ie(?1. Tha n.itrt-a
e.. tki'are n . re ih-a IflWI t' >>*- >>f I ?t'. y-ar, _u4
B*eijlb->B pmnaiflta t ii'-a auoee**! etl)i-M_t4_ It
iBIIfrded I'at lUe eihi >| l-, .1 cavtle) and h i-__tj
will axc?e<1'bat ?>! _ny pr-*' ua Itata K%ir, h .'.?i i*
un i. . r Hi.d qo.'.uy. ().i*er .. r S arard'a irtb %?
b n_-a nre i-n t)i_ir ~-.y h r_. c.. of i'u^U.n-m a aad
iinliii.e.. b>. ri-o. *r ia l--_i > ?. rhaeaitH * a-.d _ea
rai gt c . u a will ..ll i * co i i_. u _ t _<>, w-.k. A fl _?r
tr_-a > nd a v>le? I .r ho-'-.-B hav.-t ,i. o<5?n u'.?vi1>i a*.
any i'i- -a oua exi i i'i n ad vt_. -ie'y Tna aa-ry ea
l.i itia.n ( rtiti.ie?-r'.. e?i*e rl any ||awa, n >'. -xe-p-niaj
ile.nti.i WatBrtaflea H-fl praprialaw - f lia r?_
MM ? >?v- then irark in the \-iy I -ai ti or.ler, e>4
haae er)vei_ig-d ro'a a-very itt *tlr-. ig next -f_e_,
_t'trM'td\. On WaBiiiaiay ajk?iaeaa ?Bt, Ki? a
Teti o>a Mid Gat-ip") M IM- hen wili l-o for a .ernn_ia?
ol t?, 100.
? ? -
l i?l,4 raallat 4iT4?iiv?nti4?n.
Chc .oo, Tn nairtv, _ u'- -'", 1*50.
A Convei tion ol W.eerv Uoivei-Hiii..e ir uoar ta
e- - i. i iu ll.-e . I-.. Tti-m >e e t mner ua m\t*mitm"_?
eft-i.-rgy at d neo b+r ot tl at daaoai a'i >o. Tna ?B
j-.-' i I tl.e ('.-nv.ni.ou le to or_.ui?? a S % m Wetttar*
C'lileieur. A tvnriitu'iou *_a_ niopiad V--.1 rdav ta
% taa aof o'jrai i_-k.ii. Tba C_M t ro: o- u.li ?I I > I .
Vir.'ijrHn. Uinoio, lndia?t, b-wa, \Vi^e.>_B?, a*J
M niiraota. _
?.4?l4l l?uat.
Hibah*, K. T , We.1 .^Jny, Seot 26, 1??>.
Qo'd diiai i-4 eo?it? in moi-*!-? Iy. (l.jiiO bv_i
w ?r rh-p.t-.i K.el i -4lay bj Ibe l'toi#4 .Ht..i.v. Ktya*
lUi kfcrf al Ofl?d? *?e pU'-cba.i ai hh aNBraar* ti * '_*
I'.O.OOO per wtvk from ihe ri?tur-'.?i_ nnn-ra,-*'???
(> I ion Ihtk- aoivui.ta are racuvri ?>,_iy by tna aae*
c_iUta rt>r ft.... da.
-? -
kvircat riiiittflA, t: w.
CUflTtfl, C. W., Ihwra-ty, a-*__? l96a"
CI fltoflaabei a liuiei, am' u_? ^j n?i* tt ?*???. m*m
ta-otal Ut L.gUt, l_ot?, %l*,M*, whi*_ i- F-?y ?
r . r- ,1
llrlg I'f'/itri-o Al?ont!onc4l.
Bobtob, Thuraday. H-t*. 27 ?**>
Tte brg Maria, at Uolmaa'e Hole, *? 8 ? m?l >
avoriB tult ahe tei! b. with, o?. tbe 1-tb b--. 'n ?*W
.7 Lot T.i the bng l*Barro, f-oei T_rb a lalaa i i.w
M w-Vrik, m a e-kinf eoodliioa, aod ^-?tw
c.ew.
t oal OU Wurkfl ?Wij
KatAAHB Uhlc rh-irrd?y. __"r?L -?i ,'w'
oV Sewiea, tr_ra"l-a r_y-d by Hi- Wnajitl, u_?,
?I 000, luaoi*- IW |- 0t?.

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