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Cm- AO ar*?ij, Feb. 26,1856.
gal arday * Mt*>ovr. av.M ha* three letter*
jkjaj Kansaa. dated tbe sib. K?r> did IHth, iudieatiiiK
the p'obable nuewn.? ol f' -Ji'.iee on the 4th of
March, which i? tbt tie* t" ?? . the inauguration of
th? now S ate officers.
Jud,re Bp re ha* ' ue officer, elect not to
take tbe oath of * to do aa will be *rea? in.
Rohir-aon rleelar. i? will take the oath of oftkc
if he is banged ... hour.
The ax r. han- Kaisa* publish an appeal to the
St. Lows chaio1. ? of OasBjuMMtomo tk?irbaiaatsasji
to pervert furttci ?cor* on* into the Territory, av the]
trill kf ob v'?"d toopen -,vcnuen of trade with the K.v.
through other States if their trade through Mi*aour.
cvniiuue* to be int< imp, d.
l.MifnnA.vj ritOM uexico.
Nkw-Okmajis, Monday, Feb. K, I9SC.
By the artival of the steamer Teva* at Ikis port, wt
have Vera Cruadattr. to tt e MA
The t/oojn in tko Cattle of San Juan de I'lloa pm
-,..ur,< e.j for Tamariz on the night of the 12th inst.
There waa SOSJM Mag "n l-oili t>.d> *, but the i<>m was
ahgbt till the aoth, when the Castle surrendered to
the city.
Pnebla waa ?tili in possession of Hnroy Tainan z.
The leader* of the insurrection at the Caeth of San
Jota de DIM hava b. aa condemned to ko shot.
K?.w-Oki.?.a.ns, Monday, Feb. IS, !$?$,
Tbe eteamship Daniel Webster, from Sun Juan,
jPsQjssjaa, orrtved koro y ait atopy. All the Centra':
Ajae/ican States, except Nicaragua, have formed an
ajaance, and Col. Kmney had gone to Cranada to
effect an alliance witk Walker.
From California the mining aceotint* are excellent,
and the agricultural prospects good. There had been
Considerable rain.
The San Francisco markets had a downward ten?
Tbe Cahfomirt legislature had not ol-eted a Sen?
ator, and there was little probability of a choice. Mr.
Foot* is the Know-Nothirg candidate.
Messrs. Sanders and llan.mor.d, both formerly Col
lectors at San Francisco, have been ind.cted for em?
bezzling funds.
There had been no figlittn;- iu Oregon t our !a?t
' accounts.
nw Naw Oni.aA.vs, Tuesday, Feb. 26. leT.c.
Home of the passenger* by the Daniel WobstOI
report that Col. Kinney was arrested at Grenada by
order of Walker, and condemned to be shot, but was
saved by the interference of Walker's officers. Tbe
rumor is not, however, v cry reliable.
CarjCaOQ, Tuesday, Feb. 26, 1856.
Tbe Illinois AntiNi brrwdta State ( onvention to
nominate candidates for State officers to be elected
next Fall, has been designated to meet at Bloomington
>a the Ml of May.
PoRTi.am?. Tuesday, Feb. M, IMC
The oit.z.ens of Portland confirmed to-day the recent
Sproprintion by the City Government o? $6o,oOO for
art aceominodation for the new mammoth Kngli-i.
steamer, by u vote of 1,415 to 117.
Boston-, Tuesday, Feb. -f., ls'.t,.
Caleb It. Atkins, teller of the tYaoblosloa Rank,
was carried before tke I'oliee Court this morning,
charges: with embezzling $14,000 of the funds of thi
institution. He was ordered to give bonds in $2*.,000
for examination to-morrow.
The following are the foot iaga of our Bank .Statement
for the pa?t week:
Capital Unrk.*3l .{Sts.nw. AaVi.'..* to oth. I,he.<*>e.247 tOO
Loans end IlisrouuU 82,121,(011Dopo**tS. I?}..'. 1.800
Specie in Raul. a.r7.i>00 Circulation. 7,ul7,0OO
Ain't due fu. olh.l.k* 7,6*t>,K00'
Nkvv-Uavkn, Tuesday, Feb. go, lr'.t.
The steamei Klin City came tiiroagL from New
York to-day and arrivi o at her dock hen abOBt eight
o'clock this' evening. .She went through the lot in
mime places more tiian tare feet thick, .??he will leave
I.. if for New-Ymk mi Wednesday bight.
Cincinn ati, Tspsaday, Fed. 26, 1*56.
Thr Trice Ciirrrnt of tfca* week give* 'he returns ,if
the uuuibi r of bogs packed in 145 placet in the West,
showing an inert use iu the number as compared with
last year of 214,000, and aa let rea-c in the weight
equal to 217.300. About f$ plaeOS nr- vet to bo heard
frcm. The averau'c increase in weight i? 12 oer cent.
Weather mild, with indications of ruin. The river
is rising and the ice moving rupip'y. No more daui
lige has been done to bot '
WassIISoton, Tuesday, I'eb. $$. Is5t".
No. 65?The New York and Ct.inberleinl Railroad
CompanyTs. .lehn (!. Myers. .Justice t'auipbeli de
livered the opinion of the ( our., aflinning the judg
*nent of tbe Circnit Court o: Maiue, irltk OOSta Ssad
No. tit.-Israel Kinsman et al vs. Stephen R. Park
huret. Justice Curtis delivered the opiuion ot the
Court, affirming th. decree ??: the Cm nit Court for
"Southern New York, witk cokI" and illrrest,
No. ?:??Samuel Ward claimant ot I ark Mopnnv
vs. Wui. M. Peek et tl Jnstice tiuer delirerea the
opinion of tbe Court, affirming th - skMsWOof the Cir
ruit Court for Kastern ix>uisiana, with cost*.
No. 40? LaaWO of dames B MeCall, jr. et iL, aa,
Willani Cenienter et iL JastaOS NM-on sktJmsrod
theojiiaiou of the Cetart, fOvOxeiag the judgment of
the Circuit Court of Louisiana, and i inamling the
caase with inidrtiotious to award swsso/iseiaTI stl \r <.
No. 64?.lames L. Kansoua vs. ibouva-, J. Davis,
administrator. Justice MnloaO OOliTnrtfl the opinion
tat the t'oort, utVmnin.- the decision of the CilOeit
4'ourt of the l)istrict o! t v mnbia, withi-AXts.
No. Ce?Argument concluded by the Hon. Milea
Taylor for the appellants
No. 6S^?Conrad F. M< Kne plaintiff vs. Joualhar. S.
Nileeetal. Snbniittitl on printed argument by the
Hon. J P. Benjamin t..r defendants.
No. 70. Wm. \\. Pugh, apis'iiant, vs. Jonathan
Nilee, et al. The matters ia e.'SBP-versy having been
agreed to and ss ttled I" : ween the parue- this appeal
waifdismiseed with ooata,
SENATE....Auait, Feb. 26.
aejstsni*tuts ok raxarioi.
The greater part of to day's session was taken up
in the consideration of the bill authoiixiug the Qev?r>
Wir, With tin conseut of tin Senate, to aseaOtJBl ti n c
?.fries rs, to be called - 'lax ( omm;-*;. aesja,*1 whose
euty it shall In-, oeoardiag t" the b.ll, to v.s.t each of
the CoUUties Of tke >'.i:te, - Milli ne thi ataaWMSan
mils, and make si. he, i.l/... on as they shall deem
itiat and pMOA The bill on-inatnl wnfc S. nator
NoxonlKcp.) of Svmeus", aud in the Course of the
debate Mr. J. A. Smith R. N.. intimated that it waa
his belief that tbe nna- ire was a political move,
made to place more patronage iuU? the hands ol OoT.
Clark. Be favored Ike idee of ce :i . such a Com
mission, but he wanted its members appointed by the
Senate alone.
Mr. WAD0WOKTH 'D.-m. . atopreeeteel the infro
ductioa of pSJOtaeabstO a debate on ?.'.ch a '.itjeot, and
thought it was entirely ?.ut of place.
Mr. SPENCER [Dem.), thought that i!.e Comm.s
Kon should consist of eight tnembers instead o! tb.<hp,
and making a motion to that effect, it whs udont- d.
Mr. J. ?. SMITH now suggesu-d that aa the oil
provided lor eight Commissioner*?one trom each J u?
dicial District?the Senator? n i r -. i: ng ? a h se|.?
rate district should eekvt one. He contended tb.it
they would be better able to make judic;ou? sekeatlOBl
than the lioveruor. Ml BOsaa, a;t?r the bi'l was
tether amended bv reducing the term of wfkic- from
three to two years, wa* debated without result up to
the hour of adjournni.-i '?
Mr. C. P. SMITH gave ootaoa of L s intention to
lairedtaee a bill which would roouiro tug or tow-keata,
employed als.ut the Harbor Of N'ew-Voik. to have
their stem or sani].-ii -just etlitssl no high enough to
prevent tbe bows from running under the guards ot
passenger boats.
a not inc. \okm 11 s' BOOU
Mr. WADSW < <H i II gore aett ? of hi* intention to
satrodnce a bill autboriiinir tbe establishment of an?
tiker Normal School, to be located m the ( ny of Buf?
Mr. SP] St RS Of a b.ll to amend the
("harter of the New-York Asylum for Juvenile Dehn
Also of a bill to authorize the Balance Dv.k Com
fiiiis rasarn.
Relative to Iba maenerof reoeivintr I .allots at unj.
mal <?,. rtioun, i ?r*ipt in tao City of N.-w.y?rk, and
with regard b voting for Hrhool Superintendent n
that city.
fm the i M\iM?ntof a ? laim of tke Chatham Bank
against Sing Nintr Prison.
Kor lb? I" tt? r pn? nation of notier* of i>? vrndfnt
in New-i ork City.
i.> aaaaai" the Um for the collection of tax?? iVter
tain towns and OOeWtota in the Stat".
(Innnmerabl- amendment* were offered tothi? bill
???-;"' ?.?of Mr. S. CLARE it was r.ti rred u>
the Judiciary ??? 'nmittiN-. with inatnictiotis to bring in
a bill tho ptvaiakNM of which will br applicable to ihr
mm ><? statr.j
Mr. 8PEMCEB ahn handed in the \nnu*l Report of
IM. JlaniM. Physician ot the Marin. Hospital From
im- it n- j . nn* ihm tbe number of patient- in the H<>
reai on the lire, day mt Jansen i mmmT. . m.4-,
Ailruitte.t .luniif the rear. .KZ:
nu rot?hu,?d.:.S!
Beir.ainirVjan.'i. Ife-iei*.".".3?i
Masaba* re.elverl U,,,,, v?s?elf. eirj
Nunibtr receiver) from lite city. , }f,fl
Nun.l.?.- ree?iTcn irom other eV.ureea.....100
a*rivirir.t or nie ctErn piscaaaaca.
.M7 Irelar.d.865 Kmlend.l?
er?.*?...atoottoaaaV. fifi TiaiYlaa? *
fcaeueii* .Norway o.foUiid. Silialr 3
r""0?*'. ?Jtenmarh. olWast Issta." 4
i t.ited Stares.... 691Holland. Stil
Yarrow Fuvrii.?The Doctor says that twelve
racer, of TellOW B ver wer.- admitted into the hospital
during the month* of July. Augu-t und .VpMnle-r,
tvto .it which that proved" fatal were from Norfolk,
having fl. .I from that inf. end city by railroad. He
closer- his report aj foOowa:
" Tho City of New-York ctnnot he protected from these and
other nmtuYntial melediei br mnm of anr re.tr.rticms or eani
t.ry aSflOjSSMS tb?t mev be eotorred et tbe Quarantine Station
Mr. 0. P. >.M l sjtl ptresositiid a laaaaialal (roaa th
Board of Supcrvisotr of Kingn County, aakiug for
legislative enactment autl.onzing tboai to create
Joan of e-'iOjUOO to complete the Kings County Peniten?
tiary, now in course ot erection. Mr. S. -utevquently
introduced a bill authorizing said loan.
Mr. Smith also presented a memoria! from the
President of the Board of Directors of this Institute,
tor the education of femah s, situate in Brooklyn, u-k
ing for an appropriation.
KAii.iioAO (ovsoi.ioation.
Mr. J. A. SMI PU drought in a ball nut iiorizitig the
consolidation of tbe Sarutogn und Whitob ill Railroad
Co., the Ks-nsi-eiaer and Saratoga Railroad Co., the
Saratoga and St-hcnectady Kailroad Co., and the Al?
bany and Northern Kailroad Co.
mi Rlw-TOai DWKMAXT,
Mr. BPEN( F.K pnaaatad a memorial .r..m the
physicians connect* d with this Institution asking for au
appropriation in addition to the usual annual aid
graut? d by tie State, which they say M quite iimiif
i.cicnt to carry out their benevolent deeigui. Mr. .N.
stated that the number attended by tbeaepbyaiOsaBa1
as Difjx.nsary puti.-nts during the pant yi nr waV639tSM,
two-thirds of whom were born out of the Dotted fkatea.
Mnnv of these arriving destitute and frii ndlesa were
legally chargeable upon the Coinuii-siom rs of Emigra?
tion, and yet they received their first aid fn in this In
?litution. During the term of one physician at this
PMpawaore 31.10a pennons haee been vaccinated, nnd
virus has been largely distributed throughout the city
nod county.
Icaaai oznaaxa,
II.? Annual Report of the Auditor of the Chii?! I >.
partment, showing the expenditure.- 00the Mute ( a
i.ab for lr*.',.^. was received.
'I .. total expesdittaraa on the Erie ami Champlain
Canal were.t^l7,rf? :\
On tbe Bits Canal Knlarfeuieut, by J. C. Mather.. K.879 ?i
hy Conielins Gardiner. 5?i,Ml ?2
by Henry Kitzhnxh. 9m,062 .12
Uy r . a Kollett.I ,IS*1,116 al
Totai.e^,002.fi40 51
Oiwrro Cai?1?Hoary rttihas?.t>3Zi*kri u
rsjasjsandflotoonoCoasl nsstrt Fitzbuab.. :i > >
i h muns Cr.nal?Hrnrv Kitzbuuli. 6,971 M
( rookid Luke Canal-1*1 eury Kitrhiigh. 2.96.5 JO
t br-mineo Canal?Henrv Kitzhiiaii. .1,09V a>
Biack Kiv.t Canal?Cui'iielius fiardiner. 10.1.539 77
lleneasee V alley Canal ?r'redrri.k roOoH. 133.fi80 .M
Oik i<le Uvoi linrroeeuiont?Unary hitzbiifjli. 1,443 75
Total amount of expenditures by mrh Canal
Commissioners.e?.!Tbi,7n7 71
The following sums were in the bauds of the Canal
I oaBtbkaioaers at the close of the fiscal year:
Cornelius Gardiner. sf. 17
Henry- KltshnKh. 6.406 20
Krederick Ktillett. 6.242 M
Total.a 18,484 28
The following tnhle exhibits tbe expenditures by
( anal Commiasioiier-, for Clerk hire, travel lies, dec.:
Cornelius Henry rrrd.rirk Total
in-sit. Gardiner. Ntahaadk. Kuller. ?a. h item.
Clerk Hire.*i>Mi> 74 *7.t) (Si On f t 2H5 7
Travel foes. HI M MO 01 312*. 1.1W J>i
Trar.KeeaolCSerka 3.59 48 . .... 3? %
Stationery. 7p UO 27 87 _ 97 ?
OBice Furniture... 14174 .... .... 1417
Omer Kent. 75 00 (Of Hi I7S I
Pestsie. Ill .10 ?I U 14332 3677
Tel'(raub..... 75 71 24 bl 18 7? 119 10
txVreas Kreislit... 27 13 ? 15 23 M 9J
Tots).?t 123 05 ai/'fl 7? 01.142 3-1 -e6 HI7 I
The ezpaaoaa of the engineer eorpa aa the aervra
canals during the lust six years were as follows:
ltt.50.QIMjIOl 4M I 1851. O8t.7ot 82
18.51.1. 103,040 23 I 1& 54. 130,104 S4
11852 . . 1.53,817 08 j 185.'.. 1W.113S.
Th? Calendar of Qetaatal otrderra wn- tak.-n up in
Committee of th. Whole, and the following bills dn
jKised f.f, us noted:
To amend the act autbori*in( a loin of certain moi.et" be
loi.(ir:^ to tbe Ciiitad State?, depoett.-.i wifb the OtOtO ot "New
>ork for nafe keepiua, p<uw*<i April 4. 1837.
Thio bill was ordered to u thinl n ailing.
Authorizing the lnpectors of State Prktoas to cancel
ll.i- several i-outr/u te of Charles Watson, a coutras t.?r
tor . onvict labor iu the Sing sving State Prisou, and to
enter into new contracts with said Wat.-on.
Mr.8P1NOLA moved to amend by pnrridiaij thai
the Inspectors, instead of being authorized tobt tin
labor to Mr. Watson, on such terms as they may denn
just and ?ouitabie, be required to advertise tor pro?
posals and let it to the highest bidders. Mr. h\ maiu
taiu. tl that the State would obtain bv the competition
that would arise 7r> cents or 01, iustead of 4". cents |kt
tluv for the labor of each convict.
Mr. PRE8COTT ppptmd the am.-ndinei-.t, i out -n I
mg that the latOpeeaoOJ ware required to let tbe con?
tracts for the best interests of the State.
Mr. B. BAILEl < loitwad that, aa a aaattei ofeqaity
to Mr. Watson, thin bill rhould poos without amen I
mint. His inachiturv. valmsi at 130,000, bad been
consumed iu the late tire in the Sing S ng prison. He
fed contracts pending which had uot expired, and not?
withstanding his mi-fortune, be is yet Leid autenable
lo the State for the fulfillment of his contract*.
A long and desultory d.-lmte was had. in which Mr.
REED stated thai Mr! Wat-son had lo-t nothing what
i ver by the last tn,
Mr. sPINOl.A S mot i.n toamend was lost?33 to37.
Mi. WUSITENOUR moTed an ??aartmonl to tbe
' If. . t tint if the Inspector cannot niake a contrail
with Mr. Wat still, such as they may deem satisfactory,
th. y mav contract with other partlee.
(5aaaottoa oi Mi. BHJLA, Iba Ceaaaatttee wpartet!
protrre.ss on the bili.
io provide against unsafe buildings iu the City of
New-York (Making sp? titic provisions rtgarding the
manner of building, and materials to boiood). Or?
dered to a thinl reading. Adjourued.
t ein.jviiilet e of The N. Y. Tribttne.
Albim, Tuesday, Ft b. M, lOtt,
At n?. period during the past BOTOfa vTlsstot weather
did the mcn-ury in the thermometer sink aa suddenly
snd 03 ileep as did the pMOpOOti of Know-Notbjsjg at
bON, oa the anno?ne?-ment ot the result of the late
National CoareatMalel that party.
The leading organ here | Thr Rcgi'trr) tor law past
two months has bWM burden, d with the moot extntv.
^. nut paeans in h<?nor ol Itoflfffl Law. It would ii-1
tafl to nothing but what related to M lire Oak Gc??rge '
Ht was lh? man for the Presidency?he came from the
paesjbi aoi hnid-fist.d and large hearted?was a
bu-iness man, " rough and r. ad}, "and had alw.a.s
boaai otaeoaaafal at his business relat'otu. Theresora
be could not tail in being .-ui ceosfu! in the admiu atra
tion of National affairs.
But, noiw itlistanding the many p..int? mad b\ Th?
AVgisier in I^tw s fat or?not? itlistandmg public Eh -
ing was arouM-d b\ frequent cuthenngs ot " lti\ ? I 'ak
Cialis'?freqntnt ass.mblages of the ? faithful" to
partake of hikspitable suppets?frequent libat ??n* >J
frothy and pungent il.ampagtu?y tt. notw it'.sta-nLng
all these potential political motors win brought bjtO
itqaisition, still the asombled wisdom of the vanoua
Lodgta throughout the States were unable to ipprs>
einte the high mcnts of " Live Oak QeOggOi and.
bv tide action, tb< y ba\e tbc hardihra.>i to pjooounce
against lmn 1
The rejeetion of Law war. . rTei-e no g.
friends here, and they cons der tue nominalwn oi Mil
lard Fdlmore?who u n?t ot :u^tu- x:? u- :. . ,J
npon the ii jury.
No out bora ONft ? M *H 1 *N l*w
]A,n it.
Tk* fientif* ?.f th?? moniiri? Ur-lv -snnivurred We?
der the Mtff?|||ur bead, tbe nominalen of Mr. !????
n?.f. Not or- poor *ord was th-re f,.r him in tS->
Ml onnJ cnlcrrrM. The ticket ? u not hoi-fed, Mi
j) . Whoh mmmA to'd plaint* thst tb-v Lad drawn a
blank. Nor is thi* alt. I md-r-tand Mr. Ilsmmood
teh PTapMd that thr- ticket must n.< M hoisted?that
Je wr-nid not - ipf.i.i- it?that it was oof a Know
Nothing nominal inn. hat a fraudulent F-rxs-Slav err
MMMMJa. which t o Mi b"t the mo-t aemle anil
OOfeteii otil.io iiiaghhOl isnla* rapport.
Oi tbe contrary, T?* JnwwsOf /. rr?"'i. a par*?r
wh.r h hau fought Tar U'u>ttrr witn mirh spirit ou
this very question. ? ei 'iuncir.2 Law and n.s -uppurters
ir: MWli ten ?--nnd whi h in edtt.-d by a '? Fu?
gitive Have I .aw Fiiiirore Whig," and who won d not
rapport noT hoist th* Kjat*Xi snaing Bate ttofcot Met
Fa.!?f ame out this worm* ? with rlyintr <o or-, and
with tbe ticket at the head of it* rolm'nn*.
It is the common remark here among all patio?
Knew-Nothings bkelatV d? that Know-N'othingiem ha?
hud it? la; ' \\ hat a short day' ' Out. brief cau?
dle !' and out it went'
Ww&mt O it Own Carre .jon.isui.
iMiunneHi*, Tuesday, ?m\\ M, :?>*>.
That the v.taiitv and hopes of the American partr
wen- i the Free States, none who know :l* history or
its position can wed content. It wa^ in them that tue
evils which it sought to abate wen mud ?evsn ir eit.
It was in them that the large material elements both
of soc.ety and politics, which have been drawn into
its Councils, and given it, :n i ortain localities at least, a
power almost frightful, nearly alone *nst?-d. The
South HM to have looted up?in .t principally a* a
tefuge for the remains of the aid Whig pert;.; a MOM
of advancing its ever use .'try pohnssMO, and as in n
-tmment of political power, useful to the aitrays
witchful, ever grasping slavery interest.
When, therefore, its "rgani ?ation wa* sei/..-d (ijm>q
by the ambitious plar e-scekers of the North and the
Slavery protection?!- of the South, orid sold out by
the former to the 'atter for the ?at is faction of tlo-tr
mutual intere?t*?as New-Vork has just bar rained :t
to Slavery for tbe Pre-idinthd nomination, it may
well lie questioned if tin-party ean survive the Shook
t" vigor and unity, which the transfer has given ii.
That II fMof It fsrtalsjly the erkies.f the hour
her. a/hare the pmsHloliioi was perfected, (t wh
?o'.eeded n the ( onventinn, be'O'C tlo?. bc-t result*,
that the party con Id not survive a poatponempnt of it*
nominat.on: that if the Convention was adjourned,
ijevi r more wstid :t be 'i.-somblcd. i
Thi.-. being admitted, as it wu- on all hands, it is
difficult, it would seem, to measure itf vitahty, when
the million oi -uih a nomnat.on as that of Millaid
Fillmorc l- placed lipon ,t.s oTcmNing frame. That
aominatioti shacks not a! ?tie that wide sense of file
pat'y which discarded haekfJed and east-away poll
tioian-i, but, more, it violated the oonseientiou-n. of
all thai great mass of the honest men of the ;>any
throughout the Free States who have a deep sym?
pathy w:th the persecuted people of Kan-a- who.
laborer* them-i'v cs, have an oarMel rejiugnance to j
that complete Isrtitincatiou of labor whiih <-'institutes
Slavery, and who, more and more, year by year, are
glowing in the purpose s?> to Otfl ise -heir political
powci a- toi In iinscribe that enemy to their manh'Mid.
that stigma on their toil.
It was not remarkable, therefore, that these senti
nnits had some r.-preseata'ives even in a lxsf\ so
illy rejire.senting the real peopie. as did this American
National Convention: nor that, while the VictwioM
bin gain-makers ie' tue .South and North Were rejoicing
in the perfection of the>r bss csns by the noimnation of
Fillmore and Donekoo, the more faithful reprefMteV*
Uvea of the vitality of Asms^omMb ware coueerting
PMMMM to vindicate tlo-ir out raged iMliBMtlMi
revenrje their violated OOMtttSMateiw.
The meeting of the Northern secessionists in the
evening was quite large -md spirited. It was nniuiau d
by an earnest leeluig, and though tin re wai a dtffaf
enee of opinion a* to how far tbe rteOSMitj of uniting
with the Kcjiubhi m party ?>: the country m the cum
pai_n for which all parties an- now preparing, should
be ? e<signlzcd !n t heir actiou, it waa at the last eon
pronii.-iil in a manner tliav .d ?.<?( ntiTfere wttl, Hi
production o'' tlie great result of uniting the Matth
against lioth the Pro-Slavery parties that will
In- array-d in the field against it. Though a
Convention to nouinate a new and more tr,d>
Amtr inn ticket is 1:1! d at New-Vork for Jttn
II?one sroeh la advance of the BoptahfioM CoarrM
tioa in Phfloda [aliha |toisoi is given to the Bmm
five Committee appointed, which r-prosent* thirteen
States, to t!inn?e thU t rn< i an* way *o tw b?-^t to
bring alsjut the moot dcsirabl.- rc^nltn. Surely, the
stupid folly of running two sets of i andidates on tbe
At ti-Nebraska issue, and thus to hMsfO the defeat
wb i b, united, the North lias jrot to moke uncertain,
will not be pcrjM-trated by u,eu who have shown Mfh
an Mttaehuient for the rieedoiu prmtiplc as to destroy
a cherished party for refusing to ?.-? oguiae if.
Hut thOM M were not alone in repud'at'ng the ac?
tion of tl t CflllOtiM. Twothitdeof the New-Vork
DalsgatiM, wie vti 1 for o. orge Law and Im
ffoiisf"ii. sh.Nik Fi?rnoreisin from thofa skirts, and is?
sued a proteat fhO of sthsgnf nbsjhw of the mmMo*
tion. Aft f doing thi.- they visited the cam u* of the
true Free-State men. and d?ircd at lea*t to witOMS
its delilM-ratioiis and to take [tart .n its act.on. if they
could consist .'fitly do so. They asked a representa?
tive upon the KaOMtitO Committee, which wa?
granted, and 01 msx-d a disponitioti?eo intense is their
d'H-'pon*merit nt their own failure and their
hatred to FfflnOR?to aer-ept the Anti-Xe
bra.-ka iaaw, an 1 do work- meet for r- petitam e.
There-is a psx'tn justue n the defeat of the Law
ni n in the Convent n. after they bad preserved it*
unity throegb a week of tumult. But for tbe I*aw
ixllucnce, the Convention would never have got to a
nominat'ou at all. It" the other ??-t >f New-Voik
doughface* could bar-^ had a tas'eof the ?ame eipt
rience, the N'orto w . -11 l>- amply comp? tisated tor t
difeat. Asso-in as it < an be realized that suhserv
SM y to the Slavery ,uteri-t o? the part of Nor?ln n
men don t pa v. then we can hope to see t crushed
out. OtOSge Low ?ud Hurry J Oardner. and their
retainers, have taken tbe 1? sson. but tlicre are ready
pupils of the Mini' sort aabuniante yet. Ooughtace?
do n d take history as phnwophy teaching by ex- I
ample nothirg but a orai'iMl per?oual le?.-oueure*
thi ? of the ir drprav ty.
If cannot be fsissible tl.it than ITW sris a Amerxa
In-fore such a l.sng-<.oatinued *enes of tumuitaoru
meetings, by My ?ne lhsiy. a? this American convisra
tion Ma nMtrotoi. Ts e:-h! day? of :t- -.tt.ng were
ODi lontmuc i diM'fdcr. Not one speaker in twenty
?*e-1 eanl by a ??uarter of ta. t onvention I; was a
;rr ? inritatu"- Of* the :.-e?-d im of an excited town
mett.ug. Parl-am'-Hitary law was ilirxked?decency
v olateJ?BOJBMay insnited. Not a 'lay pasi-- i with- ,
? at -'-me- "?' t - - ic- .c i >a uid struggle,
thri-atentug pen Ml BMsM .ind which ad 'he
is..ir>, r haMMstiOJ w re lashed ato f-r:otis exe'te
mcut. It is an js.\ ?? t.oe to oal I a Nat unol Convea
t. >n o; n g-, a* psj -n a. Mfty Of kha M'siei hUpuhl '
of ( hristet-dom It was simply a tumult u?>t.s ase-m
blagc of the ower orler of polit :ciai,s.
Thougli ti e amount of talking * vs great, the
el roof : of it was in tjiv ?rae ntaa. Uu: few really
g.ad >p< ? hes were hear-J?ti ?? r ? ? never wer?? u>
ten>.d to. C>v. (MO Of IteMa, Percy Walker and
\\ in. B. >n.:tn ?: Aiaoama. Mr. Botielier of Vir
g>n a. and M>s-s K?'a-be ini /oilic-rler u Teas *sm -.
werr tbe sjfytMBj " spMhm :rt?m the S>uth.
!{..-. ?u ? d??'?:?? i-'egdfes ao4 State
QmM? o. Penruvi-. axua, wtta whM) je sympathize*,
was pethdho the tansi 'ogH-al ana convioutg effort of
tbe w'jolf * ?- M If was ' SMMSj to at midntght,
af-t a pi.^vious' atonr y d- bat-- of five hours, aad
wbeu the Coot -inliou was in vi ,ted condition, with
n .- - ssiiectfo! ;iAbr?mtJO*i thai. nr. other *pe?ech *i oaf
Uaf. Tl'e two srv*-? nea o* Mr Eoarmad Perkiai of
ft M ''i Ml '? -ssswMMJm ,d 'h* resJjt^sr^OuOOJ*
view of U? rUavery rru-et** afid ? dftkutn of tb#
Nor!b*fi powtloo ia regard to tt, the other ia taking'
leave of the Convention ia beani:' of the tne
mca of the North, when it was inpo*e*ble to stay
with bonvr, w,-re the rr.,wt effective of any
I <?n the Northern aid. If the bouse, and did
both hhn and t ie State much credit. Though given
np>,n the i| it uf the .. cw n tl.< y etr-braeed thought"
of topernhable ralae. uttered in barniag word*,
at-d they may l>e usefully written out for pnbhestion.
The britf apccehei ..f Mr. Uajdwin. Speaker of the
H- a>? of I%? prtw ntatietnoi" the i?anie >ttt'e, w> re ai-?'
an* rg the b. *L Conwvta-ut, indeed, was tn<<>: al'ly
an I aithl ? prnnuni. Sh. was the only N'o.thern
State whose delegation printed art unbroken front
ajr-irnet the overruling power of the dnturhfaces
and slaveholders. Messrs. Peek. Sperrv. and Duahan.
foefht the battle tor the North with unrhm hing ardor
a- nn p?.int and on all .?irasions.
While Massachusetts had represent at ives in Pang
burn. Tl.ur?tcn. K.rt.mond. Wh.-clright. and one or
? ? athon, perhape. whoso reeord is right, and eonie
of whom ri precepted in brief speeches hertrne sen* -
?mats n Siivery. as laid down in the >prmgfi.-Ui
platform, the general influence of her delegation was
faUl againet those of the Northern States, who eaine
t.? the Convent <>n earnestly and honestly t.. maintain
the sentiment* they avowed at horn*, and which they
pledged each other at Cincinnati to seek to engraft
upon tie- Nattons.l platform. Had Massachusetts been
r?presented with the ability and hom-st fidelity to
h r pt:t':p!. ? thfi aha ararl at the June Council, the
whole tide of affairs would have been changed?
N.irthern influence would ha\ ? triumphed in the Coun
c l?and the interests of freedom would have been
largely advai.eed. Upon her r< pre*. ntat:\es, there?
fore? bccuiibe much was re?v-onubiy czpected from
them?greatly rests the responsibility of the re-ults of
the " i-ek. Two of her delegates opened the contest
l?v a dooghfare proj?o?it: >n on the Slavery ques?
tion: five of them voted for the success?
ful Squatter Sovereignty and doughface platform;
e _'lit of there voted to tro into an immediate nominv
t on for rYsSesVsat, when they must have known thiit
the result couid be fso otheiwise than it was, and
when they surely knew?for most of them Were ofa*
lial'y n-trueted so that effect?that the American- ot
Ma-Mirhu-etts wished no nomination at this tune;
eb vi n of tin m remained to vote for a candidate for
Pn - dent, when the faithful representatives of the
Northern sentiment had seceded, and two of them
alone ncited with the Connecticut, Ohio and Pennsyl?
vania delegate.- m the Northern protest and aillress.
Was not yo ir correspondent weil informed, then, when
he teieigraphed to you. on the first night of the meet
mg, that Mmbm husetts w&< weak and disposed to
ion.prom.se with the Slav* ry party '
Ohio's fidelity to the . au-e of Kan- u and the prin?
ciple of national Freedom was ably rcpr. -onte.l.
though there wire two or thro- weak-jsits iu her dele?
gation who remained to.lisbonor the State by dividing
la Ton between George Low and Millen! Ninon.
Mfotrs. Fotnrj, flpooa?T, Hoher, Allison, Corwine and
atheiS contributed as um. h a* any like number ot men
to the i n ation of whatever healthy Northern seuti
uicnt there tsa-s in the Convention. loTOnl of them
made brief but cffi-ctive sr> c< In-*-, and though they
were-often and coarsely bnlIt d by the la-h-nn n of
the Slavery party, the representatives of Ohio's
ITS,000 free voter- carried themselves with dignity
and honor throughout, fiov. Ford made no extended
?peech, but a couple of short cfforts.ua repelling as
ntsits upon Unaelf. were given w ith an cflWtiveness
and racy power worthy of his reprtation. Some of
themo-t fait h filleiponent?Of the defeated principle
were from Pi: nsylvauia, and they proffered abundant
testimony that they only repreaaoaOd the true senti?
ment of the American party of their State.
But what could the .V.rth do wititOOl a ktedor who
possessed the courage and the confidence necessary to
carry a fotlorn hope, with tIi? entire vote of New
York ei (! against them, with treachery where it should
have found the strict, st fidelity, and with a {siwerful
lobby uctive SJO the side of the I'r.sSlavery oppositiou I
The faithful few stood firm to the !a?t, and tbOOgh
toning a fleeting power to its possessors, saved what
their opponent - did not, their honor. The sequel will
ahow wlo ther they do not tit'Iy irtlect the stutiuient
of tlie Aui' i en'i iiia-see".
\\ 1 . tlier the result* of this Convention divide the
Pro-Slav, ry or the Anti-Slavery party ia the coming
national contest, ted give victory to the one or the
other, in a prob!? in yet |0 be solved. No man of onli
nary sagacity ventures to anticipate that they will
accomplish more. The eksetkn of such a ticket, with
such a platform, i- impne-.b'c to comprehend. Its
strer.gth trust o! course be with the South, and ther.
the Pro-Slav ry It. .not racy ha* won a justifiable
hold, thut the sham Americamsm of Millard Fillns.re
i antiot bop- to shake.
[By T-tstrsph.J
From Oiu j-pe. is Rsj>orttr.
Phii.au? i. nil\, Monday. Feb.?.'., 10M
I he Northern nn-mbers held a snetng at tin
Men hnot t' Hotel this evening, at wliich Lkmt.-Oov.
J' '*>? pr- sidi l. The following delegate- rtpri-seating
e.? M ites Wetc 10 attenilauce, vi/.:
Ha?i -ki-t? Kx-(iovrrnor C-jlby.
' ?>-.... m <i. Peek, J. t. Dunham. 11. OritwolJ.
K " r* .-.sod y K ttl
i> ? Jani- E. J, Nikhft'itsls ?nd OUeer Cs?e.
Ma., nisn W.sjltaasweemti 1 LPaaekan
Peas >?M?Juum \\ ^iioujH... K M. ^sitl.e I. J. Coder
S?d 0. . ,*??.
OSmW- -?-Ksjnrr t b Ford. L Ft Olds. o. T. Fuhl.Tk.
TbotnuM M T nilsien Ii.C. BeOfO, J. H B?ksr,
W. 11. C. ' rthe.l, Js.-ot) Kits-rt. W B. Allixio. W. B. Cnsp.
u in. tN ?. lioisr?. lt. W, ,"taiu->sura. ?r..i VV. (iiluiurc.
hei L. Ii. \Vf..?tsr sod W. P. Clark,
IUiTi.ru? lf*i ry S. Jrnomzs.
I arise Peek and L. EL Webster wore appomted
A resolution wa-adopted that a committee of one
from - a. h Mate Ik- ap|siiiited t<> .lraw up .-ouie'hiiig it
the -?hape of a declaration, protest, or otherwin, to be
submitted for our action this night. Each State nom?
inated one member of the t ommittee. H Husirev*, as
I T. H Tori <A Ohio K J. Nithtintste of Rhod* Islsod, W. ?
Tburttoo us Mssjscoasett?. r. im iml F-rkin ot CoonectKut.
r. kt. male es*Faaswylvaasa, w B. a.i?u mt oom, L. H.
Wehster of lows. ?. Si JeurAnf o( IliiuuU.
S. P. Kan- .-aid he wa- with tee l>.!tirs in opp?>-;tion
to the n in.-? ,; of any more slave StAte-, north of
M ). but was not disposed to go the Kepubhceji
Mr. Kiddle. .1. - r. d theC ha. man to state tliat 'hero
' was a prehnleoty meetmg he'd early thj uiorioBg, at
whiib :t was res-Jved to demand such condition as
Mr. I'l'i- mentioned, or its equivalett; and if the nom
.uating toLv rnt.on re.'used thj platform, then to leave
the nsetseg. Tin ? onvention <hd refuse, and we are
here T.OW a bvdy af North- ni men unable ta receive
tiie platform ad> pted by the nominating Convention.
We turn from the I on\ mt^io and appeal t Jthc Amer?
ican party ot the I'aioc.
Mr. WQhonaea iPa.?We are hereto aietnl Is
cau.-e the loath have put on u? as a r-e.nd.datr a man
ebon w.- cexte t i^rry?a uuui who signed the Fugi?
tive Slav, bdl. '
Mr. Mambeugh?I sm re..dy to unite with the Be
publ.can?. without regard to name, upon thu princi?
ples of Fre-sli .tn and Amerit arum.
A Vourned to me. t at s o'clock.
Tbt Commtrtee appointed to prepare a term of pro?
test and e declaration of the posit on of tee seeediog
I?- e rate*, met at 7 o clock p. in.?cine Stales having
bten -p -oted :n the ('omnutte'?and, after drlib
antan agre? d npon and reported an A idn-es to the
people at the Amencan partv of the t nited Mate?.
The meeung at thi Mercfiant- Hotel was attende?l
by member*, as . g was very earnest and
decided. If the ?pir.t and character of thi* meebng
tray be t\i -n as ia adicat.?sa ot what may be ex
I vB "ake the w ad out of the aa.fs of thj
~g Jumvre C^:to6??.rs?.y rnrn aataaOi
- . h i we- azaie jv Me>*n. w.lliam.-?o and
? j ile of Pennsylvania, Pertuns vsi Peck ot Conn.,
Bei .'oha-ton at IVnosytvanta. T^ev.t.'fiov Fori ot'
11 ,. P/aag -a t Mw . J Ut mt mi : *ol m*ry
v . < -r.t.i it;'.
T :'-??* iivro^j > i -\-?in ?'? 't!?-;?>
I eee-daaga. a I v - .| m ,] ? ?.^ ?ralj AirericV
eaorrtneot Tbe following m the Atkirvea adopted.
to thi anueea r*ivTr or iui uniom.
Tr> tv.,'**>1?t?l, delegates fo the Norriinatiag Coo
Ten* <". I V ? -eeaion ai Pbila<relplva, tin.: ? i:.irw,.?
r? rjjpel'ed tu c*Ts*ent front the pntvrpte* at owed by
?'at B*aty ar t hcMing the oriBJon. a* tft.-y do, tLat
. m| ra&Ol of the MT?oar* Compromise, demanded
I t a man rf j of the whole people. i* a redn?*e ?f aa
and<aiabn' woa?:, aud the execution ?>f it, in spirit at
lea?t. iadi-peT)?ab!e to the repnee of the country, they
have rrgnro d the -efusa' of that Coor> rrfton to rocog
r -e th w. "-di tied op i u n ef tri < oantry ar.d of the
An ? rifaaa of th* Kne Stages npo* thie question at a
denial of their nghts and a rebuke to their <enf itnente,
and ti*y bold ttat the a<Jmi**iou lata the National
Cotirci! ard No:. I atttg 0* \. I lioa of the delegate*
t/om I/otusiana, ti presenting a Kotnan Cataolie eoa
atitai aar, atawrai er*f* true Amern an from all ohli
gationa to sustain the act too of either of said hndio*.
They have, then fore, withdrawn from the Nominal
; Con* eritton, n-fueing to participate in the proposed
Wiaahialloa and now addreee tht mselvet? to the Amer
van?- of tne ronntry. eepecially of the State* they rep?
resent, to JtVtffj and approve their action. And to
the end that a nomination, conforming to the aiaxtal
t g -. ntn. ? * of the courtn in the gri at issue, may M
r> g i.a-'y ind au-pictous y made, the ttnder?i<rned pro?
pose t' tie Americana in "all the Sates to assemble in
their eeve-ai State onrnnizatiou- and elect Del-gate*
to a Convention, to meet in the City of New-York on
Thursday, the l'-th day of June next, for the purpose
of nominating candidates f>: IYesident and Vice-Presi?
dent of the ( nited States:
onto MASs.tr msv.TTS.
Tber..?? 11 Kurl. Wils. S. Thuratoa,
J H. Haast /_ K PaasDorn.
B. S. Ktle. LLINOiS
W. If t Mr... Henry S. Jenaia*?.
P. T. ataxbsia PKXNSTIA A MA.
O. T. rubber*. \\ tu K. Johnntoo,
Jacob r inert. A i". hlase,
w ....em H. ITIaan K. iasJ M. ??. . ?
? C Ii. hie, T. J i eft i.
L H 0 Ss ?rhu W.'lisjnson,
W, 0 Cbapmau, J. I.srnsnn SeweU.
ITbmbsi Milssa) MODI island.
cL*r .? N.chait. E. J. N.abtinsai*.
Antboav C?lbe. S. T Leon, ,
i dN.Si t TICl'T. W. Kaller,
Lncate l#. Peek. I" ! M
June* V.. i)u Jjssa. J Hamilton..
Hriekiah OtrtswoU, W IrtCONStN.
Au-tm Baldwin. PiTi.t A Oillies
Kdmar.d Persin?, Jehu Lorkwo -i
Hand R. Booth. Robert . ** .
IOWA. ?1. KurUi.t.
l. H. Wrh?ter. 0 W Cok
(ien. Williamson of Pa. v-a- in faun ot making a
nomination forthwith.
Mr. Pat k of t aaa. thought that by laaaf cautious, a
great party might \n- made?a party that would ab
m>rb Hiack Kepnhliei iiism.
Mr. Ipoeaef of Ohio thought it was net in good taste
for gentlemen to speak in tlenunfiatory terms of the
Republican party, for the new new party about to be
organized now stands u]h>ii the very same pl.ttf.inn?
the restoration of the Missouri CoaapttMrds*?with the
Republicans. It was a matter of pniieiple they w< re
contenriiut; for, ami not a name.
Mr. Ibs'th of Colin. w?s opposed to making a nom:
Lation at flit present time.
Mr. Perkins of Conn, cotiteiided that this was the
true American party, and that the Nominating Con?
vention from which they seceded wi re in league with
the Catholics.
(!<>v. John-doo obiected to making any atta? ks upon
the Republican party. He should lik. the protest with
a little amendment.
The Ohio delegation objected to signing the pmtost,
i n the ground thut it was ? barrier to n union with the
Republican party. They finally signed, with the fol?
lowing additional protest:
W I lonrur in the sccc-eion fn>m the Convention; but
do not coiieur in the call for a Convention. I.'l . vmg
that the whole North ought to unite iu a eommon or
ruiaatioa to resist the aggressions of Slnver\.
H m, Pet.u Clsrk of low?. Charles Niehol? of Ohio.
U. W . W, rStsmoaiu'i. Ohio. John lohnsou of t>ht. .
Thomas S|>oou<" ot Oliio. J. H. Ilsk. r ut OUio.
Among the s|.. akers wi re Mr. Hammond, editor of
The All/nnu Statr Rfif%ttrr, of New-York. He consid?
ered the iii.niiimtiou of Mr. Y illmore the most violent
U li.iyul of the principles of tloir Old. r ev? r put upon
any party la tbj.s country. Re is not a member of the
Order, repOfftOto the contrary notwithstanding. It is
a Whig ticket, und nothing else. He pledged New
York tor thirty-tive .hl. gut. s to the Nominating Cou
\ .1.1.on. He waa_00|>Ooed to any union with the Re
publican party, lb- had uo objection to thut party
going up with their kite, but it must he on the tail of
it. I Applause, j
The UMlowbtsj Biaetlltva C'omunttee wasappoiuttxl:
New-IIsmp?hire? A. Ctll.y. lObio?J. H. Bakur.
fonnecLrut?AcOin Bali t? in. |W ueonsin? John I.o. kwood.
R lalanrl?P.. J. Nigbtii.srdr. Iltin. Is?Henrv S. Jnnniucs.
Mannar in.'.?/.. K. fuifOuru. j Paiiusjlv's? t^ . r. Jolmsuui.
\ rrun.nt?J. M. tflad-. M:cbi*un-W . Knller.
n? ? Votk-P. It. R.iolns. 1 lutea-f.. ii. IVebster.
It diana?Solomon M. t '.Init.
Tb* fol'owinif resolution was adopted
iV'Wrerf, That tbe Kxeeotire t'ommittee are antlinrl/e.l, at
their discretion, to alter tbe .late lor t*e asssnibliua of the S
t onal ( onreuite.u, and that the Committee Uesiana:.'? tho t ma
Bad BBSaSM i of. lectiui deh'Kstes.
Tha following protest, signed by all tlio^e who voted
for George I*aw and S trn Houston, was pres.-nied:
PRO 1 ! 01.
We, a portion of the Delegates to th?t National
Aim ncati Convention from the Statt of New-York,
Hoteal aajaiaal the Presidential nomination made by
that Convention, upon the following grounds:
Fwtit Tha nominee is not a member of tie Ameri?
can J'aity. He has aev*f Ix-en im<id. of a t'ourn n
roeni, and no act of his life, no word apokeo, <>r line
written by him of which we have any knowledg., in
uiutes that he sympathizes with that party, or that
he would carry out its principle--.
Sro/rul: His nomination we regard as an utter be
trayul of the great American movein* nt. A traitorous
utt.n.pt to an at it fro** its purpose, and make it min?
ister to th. selfish ambitiou of the leaders and dema?
gogue* of the dead organization of the poet.
? / lb was torced upon the State of New-York
by Southern votes against the w.sh of our State dele?
gate, and fiom these States which no man pretend*
i an cairy their vote for an American Pn--ddent.
J'ourth.- He was fon cd upon the State of New-York
against the express w inh of a large majority of our
state Iy?tislatuie; against the express wish of a ma?
jority of the state miners, and We repeat, against the
? xpsaas wl-h of two-thirds of our delvgabs in the C'on
Fifth: He was not nominated by a maj<?rity of the
Stal<s, or by the sjeiegatai Of 0 mujonty oi the States.
Several .states were permitted to cast their vote*
through a single delegate, who cast the whole number
of votes to which his State would have been entitled.
Back votes WOTO caet by parties who had previously
protested again-t the proceedings and retired from the
At llj o'clock the Convention adjouim d in high
Tl.e following iathe viste, by States, in the Know
Nothing Convention for President, th'- members pres.
ent voting lor th< absentees. There was much disor?
der during the voting:
Ko* Millako Killmosc or Itw-Voaw?Rhode ialarid, 1;
V r?it.ia, II, Tsnnassee, lu, Csiil.iri.is, 4; Uniawa.e. t: Pior
:.la, 3, Mlsfissin i, 7: Maryland, 7; North i'arol.na 10, Ajsv
bam a. *;Mi??onrl Ohio 0: New-Vert. 10; Pennsylvania,
ill Ark-cse? t Ulfa da, 7 . Ten? i, laOsoaa, I
Poa (Jkobcb Law or Naw-VoBk?Mieaisan. I, VViscotitin
i; V trau.:? 1. On:.. ?. New-York. Ul.
Poa hls\scTH Rsv.oi? Peur..jlT?*la, )j QtaasSB, t.
f..a BsMCCt. llociToa?New Vc.-aa t.
Koi OaBKCTT ftavi. oi 'vKiTVoSS-Mssaaeb isctts. I Vir
rir.ia i: New Jtrsa' 1 , T'or.r?*ei?jM Kenticsy 1.', I'eni.
lylraala my
Koa Juhx McLk?? or Ohio?Maaa?chu?et*j, ',;It>>-Maiji.
1; lllinoU, 2; Ohio. '>, Pennsylvania. 1; ln.naoa. 7.
Poa Roar.ar K. btocwto. or Ntw Jiur.v-Maaaacbiisetta.
1. New Jersey, 5.
V? hen tbe vote wa- nearly through, the** was
muth < hanging from other <an?Ldate? u> Fillmort.
Y'irginia, Tenaeosee, Kentucky, N< w-J> rseyojtl Texas
all changed so aa to give ? iixiited vote to Fiibnore.
Tbe fgures by States show how th?- ballots wer? tint
cant. Od? QoajCH I-aw man caved in to Kiilrnore,.
Mr. K'.v changed hi* vole to Kenneth Raytor.
i ?> ?
The v.nerable rx-Chief-lustii e Hor.NEi.owrK of
New-Jersey r-eat tl.e following hitter to the Pittsburgh
l , .?? . .f.'l i .- ........a. and pati.'.ti? .ndorvuwnt
cf the Repubhcan movement will no doubt ex?rt a
-!- - g iff "U ? i :!..- popalar optnion of his State:
To it Prr>'d4?ta*4 Vrwber. mf th* kepvbti an Cturtttian at
(?, iTaJtWJja It was or lv ft -terdar that I received
-Hi.ee of my appointment aa a rtetegate to your
Conv ntieni. Rat. n?s:witustar.?iing the ehortne-?o( the
notice. I would Laveenrleavon: ! to have met with you
anil mingled in your deliberation.- bat for mv advanced
age and tbe lncb-tnetary of the season, (n ray hr*g
fe I '?ave scarcely ever nceived any tnaiiiieatatuo* of
the favorabb opinion of my feUow-cttisctao of this my
native State that has been more grateful to my ferb
aaa me more honor than in appoint?
ing tur a delegatt to tbe Republican Convention. Tha
very name give* a freeb lanpetue to the blood, (now
eh fled with tbe froste of many Waste??.) which first
eounwd in my veui* when in the mutet of the sterola
tteajajry MrayrV, (ITtTJ I wa* born avto laW world aa
Arnrnceu r^rmr* it,*,, ^ httmt9 Lrtwrtf
I am rrpnoed aod thankful that f have beet *cnrrej
W' ^ "* "W 'a* fri??do o/ k?uu uberty have
^ more i?*i i?r " Kepabh.-?. Mianaerd"-?
s?anaa?.d *ll that ?re true Whigs, a
. I.. an?.o Am-i.c-us., ami all the fh.-nda of oumm
t tatioaal rhJV*i *? ?^oteyer politic ?J aaiee, eea vefly,
? I < c. rotalrv ouste all il.nr moral and niiiaaMtfjTa h>
1.11. ore m checking II.? fortber smead of the uVaiaeo
lad 1 ..!??? I ?1 Slavery. I wal aut tve??oaJ the
t?. t ti .1 I has* theory m *U iu a?p?cu end
p afly, aad
1 oa? tn*4 t .t.. a. Hut. at the same time, I oosjhf.
t aara ? 1 . aar? *itl 10 j-arty that would, by Cow
ion. it by any vn>li*at nr revolution>
arj <<r. lit ...m.|i; :.. interfere witi the municipal
>?? to retain a eel
tl 1 totion wKhia it.? ow n territorial limit*.
rVl . tkeetN ? iade by our falber*.a framing*
ti e ft datal t . 1 i-t.tutioo, wbici secure* to every man
? ?1I t.. ... the won! five ..f his laV
1 n A i gs, la < ft* 1 out votes, while the Bipaklaani
tea ota Fret State, who owa* no liunian cka/t^lt,
caxl. roti, ? us a henl bargaia, and we bar?
bora* t. < teen aaraeea of it with uuriinchiiig fidelity.
But again* .its ? -..? of Slavery, where itdoee net
BOW law! J exiat, or the addition to the Union of aay
- * s, 1 d < sob mnly protest in behalf of
ni\*elt, toy ehi luien, my coun'ry and the worll Par
den me tor tl u* far intruding rmeelf upon yunr
-10. aad attintfoo, bal having, without being "con?
sulted 11 on tba subject, been ae Keted a* a delegate t*>
m BT bevy, I have thought it due to my consutarsBte,
M nn in. nde at home, to thoec with whoia I hava
hum rto politically a. ted. and to your bonotalile body,
thus plainly and uiiqualitio.ilj to enroll myself for hta
a m uier, old and almost worn out ae I am, under tiaea
banm n of tin ureat Kej uht i an |>arty.
That tb< "pint of tnie wisdom end*of pun patriat
L-m may pervade your assembly aad guide your deke
1 rations to l.appv and succr.vtul results utbe prayer of
Y? hi be.'* '? .en. I J??.*. C HOKSBLOWKB,
Ibsjisi, n J _
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>V m r*? l.'mi*f I t/
One of the three gn at parties which bow divide Ike)
rdtisea* of the I'mon has pnvtded itself with aeMda
.'.ate for the I'res.iiency. Yesterday the Know-Notev
ings, in their General Convention held at Philadelphia,
asjsaaaV?tsat that i* not the phrase; wa oaaaot mtm
a.n 1 d. 01,1 j.nrt of the delegate* diaeented aad ee
i e,h d - we must say decides!, by a large majority, t*>
nominate Mr. Kiiimore.
Ik* noimnatio'i baa at least the renimmendatio? of
Beajoael respt^tabiiity, and in this ree|M?ct IbeCoaveav
Uoa w.i- more fortunate tbau some feared it would be.
<i. orge I.aw, I 'Uw :tl standing all the effort* made te>
att me 1 Ina a party la the Convention, had averyenutel
tnnip of trtends indeed. Some of them, boweron*
seemed to make up in spirit what they lacked in ousa
ban: fid aaV r the nomination tliey bioke away froaa
the Convention in anger.
The nomination has another quality whiek reooav
mends it tons. It is a purely Southern nomioatioa.
bioiifbt shout by the ellortsof the Sinthern poliliciaaa,
and th. re jam liket** to pswva a i..ruii.iable rival to the*
tuture canUidate of the Cincinnati Convention, in taw
1 e?aeai tor the favor of the South. Let Mr. Pieroe or
Mr. Kuchauuu be uominatvd, he will riad Mr. PuUmurw
already on tk* ground, pn pared to dispute with bioa
the rases of ry Sinthern State in which the VVhiga
have at any time held the ascendancy. Mr. b'uUmorw
. omineiioed I.in.self to the S>utb by hi* ready adop?
tion of what aie called the Compromises of 1830. Tao
South ha* Mated him, and has coiitidcuco in him, ea
pei klag to tad him as pliant an instrument in its banSkt
during Li* second term of the Piesidency as be woo
during the first.
(tin ot the most remarkable indications of the ch**>
a< ti 1 ot this nomination is lotrad in the return of the
sec du g delegates of the Siutheru States, as ?000 ae
I appeared, tea*tkefctJbraaal vote tint taken, thai
Mr. t'iliinore was likely to be nominated. Oovernor
t a l, ?l.o had withdrawn in dignified sorrow from e
Convention in which it seemed to bun that the South
was not likely to hnve its own way, came back with,
hie nsNiciutis, anil leaped with delight into the rever?
end 11.11 - ot ldownlow, tho righting parson. The mo?
ment Mi. hiilmote's nomination waa certain, Lbs*
Southern politicians felt that they had secured a vio
Urrja The Twelfth Section of th? platform, it U true,
l ad been nbrogated: but it had been replaced by an?
other, meaning precisely the same thing, and now taw
man who was the choice of the South was to be takue
for the raadWetOi They could reasonably ask uo
more. The Siuthern interest bss triumphed in the*
Know-Nothing Convention as fully as tt ever did he
tnrj of the piiMous National Conventions of the old
portion hold a! BaMleaora oreUewhere.
The chances of Mr. Kilbnore in the Free States aret_
small, for tin- very reason which is hkely to give him a
part of the Slave States. He is made a candidate by
? I nth, and w ill be likely to remember it; he wee
their iu-tiuiiiciit 11.1890, and will be so again if elected;
he is nominated on a Pro-Slaveiy platform, and is not
likely to be less an enemy to tko extensiou of Stevery
liiun the (looventioo B hu b adopted it; he waa not the
cnudnlute of ai y IVm State in the Convention, and !?
eeitain not to be supported in any of them with cor?
diality or zeal. What State north of Delaware is*
l.k> > to give him iL* vote ' In none of (hem has kn
read* r< d himself popular by any public service, by an/
good which he has done, or mischief which be hae
( hccki d. In all of them he is principally remembered!
as the man who adopted and helpcu to force through
CoBgreaathe measures of tsvi, tee ; 1.1-ot* of the
Ni biaaha .Vet -ahaoe tla pussage of which they have*
to ei n.e unpopular and odious?and as the head of ?
set of men on which was tix- d the opprobrious name of.
the Galpliin administration.
The nomination of Mr. Fllmoie is another illustration
f the mtUnTerenc! of the American par > to what thew
proh ss to consider as their distinctive prim jples. Tlw*
-tuigg. of one lisk to ezpunge, and of the other te>
retail., tin- '1 w> hth S< etion, \wis between the friends and
ti,. enemies of th* exxeoaloti of Slavery. The anti
? t. radot ? ta ?aoeeeded in striking it out; the exb a
ioalata rallied and substituted another of the earn**
purport, aad 00 this platform Mr. Fi Union; waa nom
?iiMii <i. lie wa- n.iin 11 .red without being a member
of their Ofder, without having attached himself tse
tie ir party; be was right on the Slavery question, and
vs0- > i.ougl. for the politicians trom the Hlnvi?
Mans. Pkuai (he beginning to the end of the Con?
vention, all otter solicitudes wert swallowed up in thie.
Some 1.1' tl:.-dis<onfed members of the Convention
iillirm that this is a Whig noiiun/itee. It is so. ne
doubt. What else could be expected when the Wkigr*
at the South 11 tim ? u'it.mate saaoeOHH of the Whig
party, OT ratkor the Whig party under another name,
with a pc-t et identity of {MihtieaJ principles' Under
Iiis 1.111.1 stion 1 he V. mg ot the South will rally to e
-pinti d coiites: with the Democrats. Hut though at
the B01 tk the W big party, never having been divided!
tkt Slav? ry question, holu- .t- integrity under the
W Off aaisarioi, ai the North it has crumbled into
fragments. A remnant of the old party, faithful to
poetical t. editions which have hcorxne obsolete with
rbe ma s, will no doubt support Mr. Fillrnore, and With
them a division of the Know-Nothings who wilhagry
submit to the rule of the slaveholders. Tke reatef the
Kuow-.Noibiugs will naturaiiy ask Uietnw Ives whether
all tttefr < zertMaa to found a new party on a peculiar
basis, must red in this: that, with a Whig leader at
their head, arke never connected himeelf wftk thssr
patty, they are to fight the old Whig battle overagaia.
When they begin to ask tL'-mielve? this q iestion, their
I'-al in the contest will not be very ardent,
V - much can be said for the new candidate for the
Viee-P Mnjor flonclaoo ban never dia
rhed himself ir any walk of life, and hfsaeefaf
standing i? not now what it hae been. His name edd?
no erjeagth 10 the ticket on which it ie placed. He
h?? keen ?nappetotad in his expectations f/otn tbs*
Deaaocrata, saogtadryaetwptn achauceof notorietg
from aaothni quarter.
'Ir- noiuination mad* yeeterdav at Philadelphia.
do<s not la tba least, hange the nut'ire of the gloat
itfifhel opinion which is going on fa thie country.
Than sie but two great partie? in the United Ntatee
?tbooe who ?ei k the-xteneion of Rlavery aad tkeea
who resist it. The frends of extension are aew
divided into two factions?those who support tts*
s<)mi: i?tr.ifion and thos< who eutfport Mr. Fillratsre.
It remains for the en? mi?e of that policy to preparej
tor a contest with both.
lUn ai.tci* (m b.?A meetiog;
ai ti.. Repel .an ini..ib,fai.t* of Perryaburg, (,'at
taraagoa County, \ . Y., was held hi Versailles on
the talk inet., and a Committee was appointed te>
Preamble and CoaataMfcM (of a kepublii-en
* ? copy of the hi solutions aad Conatitatjoa hae
been reaatved by us. Opposition to Slavery extension
is th< 1. s t ag object of the Ae?anatioa.
A g. 1 ?, mar fimn vingtsm told us y< rday that
there wa* stmn ts.'k ?? ?t?r\ re so Anti-Slavery paper
. 1 . I ti< Hraoy outrage.
(Newaart lakeiKten) Newa
1 hose that commence the paper had better get al
the hair taken off their heads, so the Is lington poo
| le w..l oi.ly hav the trouble of taking off their ?hm.
(tuuusille Tinea
To wbiek tin piain-epokca Nmmt replies as billows:
? You're 1 pretty Utnuxrat, ain't yooT Where'a
your blush of shame, when you talk abosW ran* aaat
lacx rxECH and a ra>:i raits* I Danas the De>
mo?res7, say we, that sanctions not taafy tsarlag th*
'hair* off of peoples heeds, but the 'skin' also, for
daring to ?peak for or again** any iaatifntioe or I*we
ot the country 1 None but cowards, that have 00 er?
irumcnt to defend themselves, would stvuctjOD each
damnable outrage*. Yoa a Democrat? Thea is the
moct bvarUese waa Lha^ ever wrote a DcnjoaeU"

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