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MMrnrmillM PicploMMlN In Ifc* Ui ft* WhI. la F^ariwiita. liwJmiyud Kmm? *?Hi?iih? of win' fcwul, Canrw, Clua. (Um ?* tHMft, *r., 4M. VtfeiT* reerfteB i BiiMbar iif oototoitBlfBl'r IN? Htmi fcfiKwi * Urn conauy ? MfBr* to p. Ileal MMtIN >U M U4 M Ml WtnbBtlMto Ikri II te??bi *to I* nftft mM * UM eouelry, to mw to it* ItfimM by utfirth Mwafftper*. tfc*y rexiM fail i* p???* totoreMibf to OMtoj of our rn*?n Iter* ft *M 1 He Hi IUhmi My* U lt>? irllftN CMtMtMB Htltlto toSMMM or Uto 8wjU? mb 1 if ton u*tou?rMi to toe mmm ? fhk dm 1(1 xtox niMVF.vtlox and tuf. fMXTTHHOr PKMOCTUnr to tut bui TON or TUB BUB I.D. Bocti Biuaaun, July fl, 1MB. UMtrlrc IBM ftm mm* Marly |?<l, neorrtoiu. or bbii ' toU toft SouU.rn iiiMiU, UtoO My Bft* naribmb MM*. ?*J yr* mmiwibII; mm* the Ml ?r ??r JM Bk mm, I ?rftn yo? briefly to eat yoe rifbl m to ton *? to toner eto will |* ? Um (tortotoo Banter tree, an II to to n rrrc* jnur mM IBM l**?f On Bm ? tost utl in toe Nmto ? try la Ut? am r tan >iM n* Um h<> libera righto dotno r at* f ba m oa a ib? -T?a *>j yter they have beaa r u i| the Woathera fin1' la liw aoteh of km mtag mmi saa r fiiM ?a0 aalaa will lag la Oof tad the at ThW ratal Uxrjr k.t? eeowiy raaakaO aaar Anl, oberrvo, I Ian |?ti im U>a hoy. tha Hvatfc go 1a fail foreo Mo Uko Uwvawtioe, if /oa M oa Uta l.oU lk> HAM to of Ika Yaaoa/a, Vloaluaa, 9a*Ibr.to, Nuul.-o, Mthaoe at %4 oattw <r*ui, bo aitfe thai lit doom* ratio 1*11/ a llao ok/ bgh. or torood la /a II la Olavaf) ttowi'a t|ua ./ * the ItrtilorM Uta "*" Ihw U* buoth will and i*ho aa l a in tbo iaoa uf lb? 4o BMcrwry I haaa tiatl will go ika aau Of ika ofpnoinx oLaa too mm* is to aorrm Skill, Doa/'aa Uao mure frn.1t la Ika booth than /oa wo* of bil tbr/ art bouad 'luuvd ?u.l foot " at 1 are goati.ata !fc. ? . u- . I *? ruth . 1 Ik nrtci auaiuaiui ititrnak Tha oanaa of u>w at-aaiwu/ la Uta m?I w aoail/ given. Mark il ll < that taa Houih o perfectly eeweeod ital Kertbrra far.al.fo.iu luteelo ll.al thn akall ba no r?a( Mr Uta never/ q .tattoo, tad I bo/ belMee Ibat N w Mar 10 kavo l ac:, baa now than later Ttuak of thai. f ho torTwaiui ptjtrroaw 1 rvpeat, there will ba ae waabiaooe uf cowprooowt la the (bar kaioa I'.a.r.ui.oa No lulanaa AutMLora aau will abject It ??a or Hwph. ua taking Uw aoaiuaiiM Willi M out and ouk p.iUwm or protivtioe to Uta Tarruurwa, aal the Ct.ureulMMi will go to frag moat* if tin a am full/ oaioiiaL a krw nan muim raarr. Kaon wnboul wan.I.k fur (be Ooovtalioo, a para Mala rlgblo part/ will bo lormed a i-rargia. Alabama and !/> hlaua thi com ilk wialar. lbo oaaao to that roll will aauuwb /ou l?r| tad upon H, our penpW bate ntari/ tabid their buoinree wiih jour a STATU KIDBfH FROM IOWA. POUOLAS AND TUB PBEHIPfNOY. The following Icitu from Dubuque, Iowa, eboea thai Um wrier, at kaat, la aot much Id taror of Ibc Liula Stent:? lhm qn, July IT, IIIM. To rim Kbitoh or rim Huuld ? 1 waa tome what lurpr wed to read la the New York JVermnn'i JiwmI, of Jul/ 9, Uiat Uie Mlc kattor of the Senator baa proved a matter otroko for reuniting the democracy on the only boo it, that of tbetr true and logice1 fir: oc I plea. The preot?South oa well aa North, and Eoat at well aa Weot?reeponda to II with declarations of adba tan If Um htfi ttifi that tk. nnrLion of Iho nrAM had responded, he , he would have come nearer the truth, and probably saved ua the trouble of penning thta reply. We, who live In the Nortbweet, know of a tew influential Journals wbo respond to said letter with something mure like a declaration of contempt than of "adhesion." We are not surprised, however, at anythlhg lie Master may # Bay favorable to the Little Giant or hta interests. Query? Why did Arcbbichep Uughts oease to recognise the Journal as his official orgau? I'oor Diuglas! Would that I were a good Samaritan to pour hraliug baisam Into thy wounds, Mat I could minister to thy galled and lacerated spirit, and council thee m the hour of thy ambition; that 1 could recall to thy benighted visions the trinmphs of thy dawning senatorial career, when no delusion of the Presidency, no anticipated "interpolations of the democratic couc," no "new incurs ss to the revival of the African slave trade" (of which you ought not to be alarsMd no long as j"U are a stockholder In the trstllutiou; no abandon men of party, or principles, or platforms disturbed iby peaceful slumbers, aud made thee the observed of all observers. Gladly woul l I do so, and if possible, restore thee to thy prislihO greatness, the same Btepbes A. Douglas who kht-w no North, nj Sjuib.no Kelt, no West, but the Union of Ihs States, one and Inseparable, and the constitution only ss bacdea down to us by oar lmuioriul sires. But alas! Uiu spirit ul ambition has tuecn possession of t ho a, and but a fa.nt shadow, a forlorn hope, remains to Indicate thy return to the household of democratic unity; and like a tompeat-uwsed vessel,thou art drifting upon a i;oa o; uncertainty and danger, Icy name, ones ro potent tod almost synonymous with the dogmas ot tno constitution, now creates ideas of disorganization and mstrust, while thy best friends see with reg/ut that toy once uoble and gifted intellect is haunlod wiih such phantom? ss a revival of the African s'ave trade and a Congretslonal code for Territories yet to be born. It matt undoubtedly be a maiUr of seriout regret to the friends of Mr Doug aa to lately find him authorizirg puo. hi.k t- w.-lo, tlva inUnrlAfl lit fitrPJilAll llCIiy IO It'HCI "UI.U >.-> VI1U>?.'; _ ? tho action of certain oeW'iiei-s who will be In attend ?u at the Charleston Convention?as a Bort or eounctawry document for tbe benefit of tho to who shall attend said Convection as Douglas tnen, I o matter whether hit c 'tnination stall bring defeat or rain ui>on the party or not. To Bay tho least of it, it was unfair in Mr. Douglas to anticipate what the Convention will do, whether it will or will not repudiate the "titnc honored principles on which we have achieved so many patriotic triumphs, or whether tt shall interpolate into tho creed of tho party such ocsr Issues as tbe revival of the African slave tra le, or a Congressional code for the Territories," are questions concerning which" bo ought to have maintained silence unui he saw unmistakable signs that they were intsnued Pi be introduced Into the Convention, and when they were, to have entered his protest against them as an Infrlng unui upon tho principles of Ihe party. We look upon tie Judge's letter more as a dictatorial prmuniiamintn t'i a as a concilittlory document intended to reconcile or ?rmom 7.0 the party, and as ca'culated to engender fi *1 issues In tho Convention. MR. DOCQLAS' OnRRSSPOimFVT. There is still another feature coococwd with tho pub ! catkin of this letter whicn is as singular as too conwi. j of the letter itself, and ib well calculated to crca.e suspi cion here in the Northwest. It .8 aidr. ssed to one J. it. Dorr, Dubuque, Iowa, a vulgar fellow, who has control of a little sickly sheet, neithor democratic nor republican, and who is as well known in uid around Dubuque for n a disorganizing tendencies, his abolition prociivitlcr, h a bitter denunciations of Mr. Buchanan and his admimttra. lion, as Greeley himself, and whose shoot is reaasrkao.s only for its immense showers of btlllngsgile and slang Eurcd up?n almost everybody and everything Why '. Douglas should seek publicity through such a chaos I as the Dubuque Express and Uerald is above the comprehension of scores of democrats hereabouts, and who can account for it upon the supposition alone that bo is either ignorant of tbe antecedents of the paper, or designedly selected the mo?t vitupora'.ive sbeot against Mr. Buchanan to be found in the Northwest as his quasi official organ. We hazard the prediction that Mr. Doug as will yet regret this step; for, it Is somewhat reratrkaio.', and a well attested fact, that J B. Dorr's candidates, or the measures ho attempts to advocate, are almost in variably tbe slguals of defeat in favor of our enemies. Whether good or evil will rftult to Judge Douglas from tho publication of this letter time alone will determine .a any event it will neither harm or heoeilt tho dcmoci . That it is premature nearly all arc agree], and that li is dictatorial and uncalled for, so far in advance of the Charleston Convention no one can dispute, and thai it panders to black rcpublicampm is too palpable to be misunderstood or explained away. That it will have a teadency to weaken the confidence of the democrae- of t >? Northwest In his purity of intention as a patriut ai i Statesman is beyond the Bhadow of a doubt, as may ne accortaincd from the comments of tho various denvv mo journals published there. Better for lit'. Douglas thu some kind friend had admonished biin to ne.ther wr.ve nor publish hiB programme so far iu advanco of In ' danger of a revival of tho African slave trado, when perch -' ? | It might have occurred that some unforeseen cas'i*it> , I tome mighty upheaving of political uncertainty, might' , have procured him honorable position >c the Ctiarlf Convention. As it is, there la no hope Cor him. PRESIDENTIAL MOVEMENTS IN PENNSTLVANIA. OCR rnil.ADELPIUA CORRKSrONDKNCS. Pmuwsu'nu, July 11,1859. Vfuvtry Politicians in Philadelphia?S/onetking in tV Wind?Movement to Throw Cameron Overboard, and in Pbxxrr qf Hon. John- M. Reed?Mr. Reed No Qo-TK Prime Movers in the Affair, <fc. Thoro la a little Preaidentlal movement going on in thla State, and haa been for afew months, which has Just lealc cd out by the appearanoe In thla city of some of the uoao phlaticated polttlclani from the oonntry, who have been In Philadelphia within the paat few weeks. They let It lealc oat that tliey bad been approached, and were expected to do the work to koep their counties "right" when the proper time arrives, and all things are In readiness to be pat through. Of course this movement la to throw Geo. Cameron overboard, and make the Hon. John If. Reed, now of tbo Supreme Bench, the "favorite" of Pennsylvania In the opposition or republican National Convention. Tho movers *n this are, of couis?> *fter the spoils; moet of thom havo <? bad the.'' Suck at the pjbllc toat at one time or other, and If they can succcod, the prospect of which, I admit, Is no4. flattering, they will have a "good time" MBODg Uncle Sam's money bags. The movers hare wo.','(' J"1*. no1 011'a" elude President hut Governor, too, hi tholr arrangement; and to uistrlbitc tho ticket properly, . S? 1 row-lent from Philadelphia, the Governor should bo frouT ce|nlrfl ?? the State, am! all could bo provided for In f1ty!o. flow they will succeed I do not of couso protend ?? \ this Um, but I rathe.? guest th>t ibtir candidate, though a boM excellent bob ud great Judge. wd> dm anawer tar Penney I vaala at UHt? bate. Hie republican sentiments era aatiataeMry, but Pennsylvania wants ooe who can bare bed "Poo, and M known to sympathise with the tariff interests of tier people. In General Cameron ehe baa that candidal* and on republicanism bo in aa troe aa Banks, ttnae or Seward. Tte prune movers and getters op of this great national Wing are ex Surveyor oi this Port under General Taylor, Pater C. hi (mater; John H. Deal, ex member of the legislature and ex Councilman, ho.; George T. Thorn, ex member of the legislature, ho., and otbera of that stripe of Philadelphia politicians. I have beard of their operations in Crawford, Erie, Tioga, Butler, Barren, Bradford, Tork, Berks, Chester, Lancaster, Alleghany, Bucks, and other counties, which, with Philadelphia, are to secure the delogatce to the National OcnvenUon for Mr. Reed. It is a very nice little party arrangement, hut from what has come to m> knowledge I think Iho people and the country politicians are generally committed to General It me roo, and he will have, beyond a donbt, the uolted tid enthusiastic vote of Pennsylvania in the Convihm.u Stuu few ol the old fugy politicians, those who went, ard like to have things tbelr own wey, so matter how that Is, don't want to sup pert bun, because they (ear a younger and more active clars of imlttlclans will supplant them. But the pnop e care nothing about rucb feeling, and they are making ih- ui come in to hits support dally. 1 Give as Cameron," Is heard In every forge, coal pit, raachluo shop furnace?hi lad, the mattes of all classes aad parties ore foi b in With there dements to buck him. and the car Uicljr of t)W carrying Pennsylvania if nominated, will make litiu ril Camercu the Hirougest man tbatc&u be preMM to lb" BMIlllHl Conviation, In raw 01 a few growl trs, who la'W about tome el bis aulcifdents being bad, ks. At the piogratcmc dovtlopes itavll ui ihi City una State. I abaU ke* p >gii duly advised. Pennsylvania will In all pmoabdity be ibt bailie ground lor Uie occupancy of tbe White House, and all movement* towards selecting a candidate will interest tbe people, though it does originate In one of the bye streets of ibis oity. Pinutosu'iuA, July 14,1&59. WTIAT THE POLITICIANS A KB ABOUT. The extreme beat bus driven tbe local polit clans that are in the bablt or daily congregating In front of Independence Hall, la Chestnut street, te talk over the affairs of our nation, and their especial party ciatma la particular, from LLte favorite recort, and tbey are now compelled to let tbe la hid elide. Tbe sidewalk Is no longer obstructed by Ibeee wirepullers, but all have fled to tome other clime, end are, like Hicawber, waiting for something to torn up. Bat tbe as parents of Presidential and gubernatiinal honors tre nut so easily frightened oil' by tbe heat. A number uf these aspirants have been here all through the hot weather, laying their plant aad concocting their ecbomes id II for hfe or death. There la a perfect army ol vp.reals for the nomination ol Uovernor next year ; and the different Presidential candidates are finding no little trouble to steer clear of breakers, with so many ciaruo-irg to be placed in the snug positku of itorernor of fVousylvaata. Amongst these, and one who la wot king the hardest for tbe nomination, is tbe present Uovrroor (Mr. Packer); but from what tocrce tie t \|?cit to gel any alieaglh 1 am nnable to sea, unlaw the republicana take him up, for he wis turned oat ol the democratic church at Uie March convention, and was informed in la gutgo that no pontic an could mistake that they dia not want him in tbelr synagogue. Forney and bis band ol U-;cy d< mocrals found him by the way side, shivering with the cold, and, like good Samaritans, took him in rud o muiunion with them, Sunbury and Krie oprralons and all. roKwrr Ajrn uw roixowxxa. llul pc.or For u< y is gelling wneic he can do him no good, his army mall leaving him, and the republicans will have to Inks him tnle their church, or he will soon have no tabic to gather tbe crumbs ftom. It la plainly to be seen that Forney is about played out; he has, in fact, get no suldwin to help him light his battle; his followers are all colonels, generals and captains. The rank and (lie have doner tod him, and be la lefl with hie aide-decamp, without any ore to back them. Hut cane Is getting desperate, and Le te wheeling Into the ranks of the republicans is iiui u uii eu. turn paper, 111 tact, is getting lis support from the opposition side, MMMMat lio traduced m IhliO srs calling MB t>jr all sorts of good names now. lie is doing all witb.n bis power to secure tbe Clerkship or tbe sext House, and It Is rumored teat bis conditions to tbe republicans are that they shall place him Clerk of the House, and nominate Packer lor Governor; but ths latter Is more than the opposition seem willing to swallow. They have more aspirants in tbelr own party than they can well got along wilb. Ttua fall election will undoubtedly result In tbe election of tbe opposition ticket, for tbe peoples' party are well and thoroughly united, and there le danger that the majority will be no large tbat they will no longer want the aid of Forcoy and bia corporals guard; hence tbe spiema that be baa gone uto of late. hKNATOIt GAMUtON AMD HIS OPSRATIOXS, Cameron it bsrd at work, lsaving no stone unturned to get Pennsylvania all right. He left here last night, after a brief sojourn in this city, accompanied by a squad of politicians from Harrisburg, who have been here to help btm fix tblsgs up In tbe City of Brotherly Love. Tbe squad of politicians that came here from Harrisburg was composed of green material, and It Is rumored that the Ucueral hat made friends with a member of the last Congress, who hat boon an eve-sore to him for along time, by agrtelDg to use bis influence to nominate him for Govt rnor. Tbe appearance in this city of tbe General, the State Treasurer, ex Congressman, manager of Cameron's home orfvn ana cashier of a buuk a; Harrisburg, und in secret conciave, ail coming and going at tbe itmt time, and Cameron assorting *a be Ictl tbat be wai now euro of the delegates of '.k.r State, shows that *Tmr"lln ~7 . than usual Is in tbe wind ?? ?*? ibi? w.u ?... - winnebago Cta'of, for he is fsst kwlng ground In Ibis city. Mauy of the editors from the rural districts wbo attended tbe strawberry feast of tlio General's, not being accustomed to being treated with so resuy tine things as tbe General trotted ...,l nn that mvalinll 111 uuttSud thai UlOV WSrO St a fuaSt equal to that of B"Ithaii*r, of B.bl.cal account. an t went bone with tbe vam iuea Ibat th* y uw a baud writing ui. the w?U, and, at tb&uaa tor tbeir champiguu and atruwberrtee, fate the General a puff for the PreBidency, nitm? nr um or ri. u. Mtwaiui. Tbuer oppoaod to st ward id Una Suue aaaerl ihil they are aattaiicd thai Cameron la playing into tbat gentleton > baoda. Tbe atreouuua aeoial of Camerou and bta frlendR, that Uiry favurcd tbe p'opoeiboa of calling tbe National Convention by a union iorfn?d hy the opposition members of tbe next Congrtaa, la oouanlered a eouclueiro argument tbat the General favors or bad a p va'.j agree m?-hi witb seward Tbe friend* of Stwari in this In -ably cuLdder tut only hope tor noin uet.ng Uuc.r lavorita .a by baring tbe National OonreMion called by the sua ght out republican committee, wbtcta would be toapoadod to only by tho republican party proper, wtich la confined to the motber State*, and aader tbat programme tbey hope to LOinu.a t tbe author of tbe Hotbealer luaaileato on tLe second ballot. Tbe following are the P.aloe that tbey expect on tbe lira* ballot ?Now York, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Mi.bigati, Vermont and VI leounam?in all 70 roUw, and tbe balance selpring And on tbe second ballot tbe rote of Ohio will leare Chase and go for Seward, wbicb will glre Seward id tbe 'loo vent ion 100 ruto*. Tb.a l* tbe way tbat tbe few Heward'tee Uiere are In ibia louality are figuring. W Mb a repreecutaUea from Um> Northern Stalee alone, Including Oregon and California, tho Oooronllou will be compearU ol on.) led delegates, and Ml will g.ie film a mai u.lj ( I l< n l'ueir tin;- w alu. that will get up such a prone upon the optima* of U>e African alare Irene tbat tt will dr'rw lb" N'ortuern States Into h a aupiwrt, and recure bia aieotlou by tbe vote uf tbe North ?rn Stab a With a call mewed by n anion In aume form uf tbe different brancbee of the oppoeibua, te wb.eh net only the republican* bat the old line wbiga, Aawn-ioana arid ib" eutire o?poaiuon of the South would raapoul. aud every State be repreoented, Seward would get tbe vol .* of <n ,y two or II ree Nuribern sw ? a..., r; - ? usy touch bottom llie only bo|>e for Oarnoroo la la gettiag a sharp e avwt between some prominent man ol Uio Suuta wad aewar', and Dellher bare Mreafth to be DombMMed, and than be < Camera) irmt lorwar . bached ||f Mr< uun va . * <1 (-legation, and carry off tbe prta* a* a compromise can Jidaie, a# waa tbe caer la the womina'loe ef Pierce it a the itrcnuoua denial of (*?m and hn frteada that Umv feror U>r union oC Ui?- en; ?* e-.L .i n r?i,: for.,* in# ml; ul iLie MlMtnnl looveiimu, m etideaae eeeeluehr* thet be l? eiUirr pledged le Sen era or #*# be d?.?e od Me eny fuwi.T then "l/whirr end it* * r-nnne eg* no t from immi tonbfMMM I Mb mMM IbH Me letter l? the true etelr Jt thing* ur In tuber ? win, I>? te e lb rove polilMlen when hie MO M operni' n 1* nonnn.d le e Ln.1 buett , but when eel I opon to tnecegr the cerd tor in. l'r?e leery H le m ti,*s Lie Cftulirt ten sre|H' e. imn m ? u?* nine m m r?MiMi Oen r>?jeroo I* hove- #r. n the Id , t eee' '.*t# h>? tbr I'rtv'Oteey, end w wetrioeg ?M I cMM ellenl Me pollttce'. me t rait nle of tl.lt stele. * eel t. noi i ui ere no eoe bet hltetf ree fvebehty t II eetret n my he Fenertl, end he, mMil ell M Mfgieeet ivitete *Mb*f Mr, mey, win e Ibr tae* tad hue lie* e eerie u IneeM, " veee pee yet yen* taper eyee bee be le set there. Iwr the WteereJ ? try n| m oe-ry fetor v it hiM idee- w<tli three who dttabetaeMei heverd eel rt| *ni MytalI ) ?" h'M y n-., , ie i ? ita| for JDenn-iue, Ibr Gen-rel ?.?** turn* frere by V . eg lit. n "u wtataeer rlere be tae fee lb* neet r ?i-> vlll not 'rf"t Ui eny bum. eed lb* MM nieie ennee be etj?Wr',0|x> ta>.4* turn t> lk? Am*?neither ** are \>: for* nr? of i. m HB Tin '..i-m W? M lar amor get the niM| -ri t4 u. Ik. "* *** pwwm* are tberelon tlae* I upwo a* am i > "* ?*?- * ' **? Hi* fart that be tee Maui "pnr. anmh?." * m *' ? lb at lie would Ml, rakar aay carta#?*>?? i'-<' Vic* Prwidwny or a ant la u* "ir**i ihai a* a *c*r* lo rrmue m ib* i*-a*te t* w*;rf at ih eg hat i> Prciidi cry. and then aid* I* lb* koowag oawe thai bf getfng Vht d*legal.oo from Kaaaylraaik U*y wd. be ta a poi-IUtn to get "i*l wbal lh?y oaf a*k for Tbea* remark* are of mo*? important* ikaa ut*y etkuwa* would be, from U.c fact of thatr I. *( made to ibeae ah i are wekbing for lb* (poll*, aod are ready lo grab woat no I.Ileal crumb* tb*y mar tt""' "award, biMre eta*v-,g tar Europe, ?m<dling the rat, mad* a )<>*rmuj to "UJMI, and left wllh tbe ilea ibat all was well. Heart* it at* Bank*, Cbaee. and all dbar Pr**ld*..tJ*t aafrrant* af th aoll democratic #c.bo>>t, hid belli r , r ;U oj 1^,1 era... ,c ret them bf the New York Senebr, and mall* and ace at one* to "I/rohtel,'' and pal la Ibetr Md fortm of tbe reunaylrania deiegat on. lo lb* meantime,I wtriM adrlae all wbo are npactlag a aiiar* * Ik* prima* I* call upon tlie lt?oer*l ai one*, and gM lb* i? > i ar par Hon tbat they are to bar* put lo Writing a. 1 ea-ra lo V fore a notary, or elno tbey may oome ip m i d* tn ' he ei> I. "Tor the t.eneral bae Urn repute:.on of poking ai that b* Rite bold of down In tbe lower corner of bte pnrkat. sal when aimed to dlridn la troubled with n ehert memory Cameion ha* nleo hi* *j# ipou ibe a*it legla atar* frt.Ti fUrrmburg I Irarn that b* baa call** npoa the dtf fcreot ,:.end|,!atce: and, through pi*. 'gee and pr9tnt*e?, he has gucecc.'etl lb getting ail but oneV. withdraw In farnr of Mr. Iawrehx'e.the 8|>eaker of the laat bk'we 11* Ua* tried ble hand ai ib* different candltat** here, * 01 lo have met wltb poar Sucre#* lie eiy* that It .* ?* Importance to him to b:tra the right bind of m.ter.'1 uiocted to tb? U^ielatwc. But, m be la showing a dapo NEW YORK IIERALD, 1 Mod to be his own general, and personally lepra Mend Lie political (ortnnee, for further aevelopeaaenla we well fir Btmon to say?"thumbs op." onttu MAHiKvvRnra. Tbere te a great deal of manoeuvring In tbla Bute tor the Presidency; the different cliqoee are feeling around for a candidate to take with the maraee. Judge McLane, of Ohio, la looked upon as being the strongeot man that oould be biooght forward, but as he la considered loo old lor the cornert, some other one must be trotted out. Nest to him the Americans prefer Bales, with Baoka aa Vice President Ci Itteudcn and Howard are both conaideredoutofthe question, as far as Pennsylvania is concerned. Banks has many warm friends, who have been kept back from waking demonstrations In his favor for fear hie free trade Ideas might Injure him with the iron interest in the Slate; but should the enormous crop that Is beiog barvtvud throughout the country prove that the present tariff Is protection enough, no mnn will loom up Stronger fur the race than Bauks. ? On the other side, the race seems to be between Wise and Douglas; the appointment of the son of ex President t1) ler ' bun ruin of the S ole and Central Committee has given Wire a strong foothold. Many, however, are auiloua that Buchanan will allow his name to be used; he is evldentl> gaining strength; should, however, the contest be ooLllnfd between Douglas and Wise, and neither have strength u> get the summation, Vice President Breckmtldgc is considered as an available compromise candidate. mere Is a great deal of loose material lying around waiting for moulding into the right shapo; tbere Is Blgltr watting for some one to write him a letter; ex l? v. Jutnslou, whoso talent is slumbering and oobwtbs g&iuiriug lurwatioi an opportunity to mu?? " o i~o> ikm; slid there is General Duff Green stopping at od? of the Lou.'s in tlits city, and nothing else to do lb s hot neither but to write a spread etgle letter. Can't some one interrogate htm iif on the Cass totter 1 thk KNOW NOTHINGS. Ibe Know Nothings in this State seem to be horrified at. the able letter upon the protection oi naturalized citizens abroad by Secretary Cats, an l seem to be ready to shoulder the musket and tight lor these whom two years ugi they d.d nut want to allow in the country. Has there been a tew degree added to the secret work of that Order, msktig it the duty uf those who bad taken the sublime third degree to shou'der the musket for those they have asserted not lit to vole until they bad been here twenty cue years? Who can enlighten us npou thst subject? Another correspondent from Philadelphia thus speaks of a meeting held In favor of Wise for the Presidency:? PtiiLZDKi.rinz, July 15,1850. WINE FOR TI? l'kkhdency. The friends of Gov. Wise had a meeting at the Wetberlll House last evening. There was quite a goodly number gathered there for the purpose of canvassing the merits and the strength of the Virginia gentleman for the race in If60. The Governor had his good points as well as bad dncussed, and his probab'.a streegth for tho raoe estimated. It was thought tbut by a little judicious management tho Pennsylvania delegation could be Bccured for him ha tho Charleston Convention, and when nominated they uould easily carry the Keystone Stale. Many of those present thought that Pennsylvania owed Virginia the vote ol the blale in tne Charleston Convention from Uo fact of tnc cordial support of Buchanan by the democracy of thai .Hate in 1866. The meeting was a lengthy one, and a good exchange of views look place. A Mr. Bennuu occupied the chair. Ilosl of those present considered that Dougias baa a poor show in the Keystone Hate, his aillliatiou with p tor Forney wus considered na a settler to his (Douglas'] strength in Pennsylvania. Ail thought that Wire had the Inside track, with a better chance than any of his competitors. To the South they thought belonged the nominee, inas D.ucb aa the last two rreeiaemg were Northern men, ana they knew of no better man than Governor Wise, as bo, ?lib bis bolil and daring way, could carry everything before him. Tbe movement lor Wise in 1'enusylvania is, without a doubt, of more importance than most of his competitors give ereditto; in fact, moat of the aaplran a 01 tbe democratic achool have heretofore been uoueolmg themselves that Governor Wise, however strong he may he in the South, has no strength north of Mason & Dixon's line; but m this they will find themselves mistaken; the Governor is pushing his claims with all tha boldness in bis ].owvr. Tbe caucus adjourned about 11 o'clock, to meet again aboat tto 1st of September, when it was bopeil that tbe beat would allow tbem to spread thornreives. NEW JERSEY POLITICS. From Newark wc have the following account of political allalri In the State of New Jersey :? TO Tilt' EDITOR OF Til B BERAI.D. Newakk, July 15, 1859. In the midst ot tho boated term politics bere are getting opto fever hv at. Tbe gubernatorial question la the all absorbing topic. The republicans have been deceived in their present Governor, who has turned out to be better lilted for the drudgery et a country practice than Tor the duties of thf Chair of State. In fact, no weaker man ever tilled our executive chair. His advisers have been men of even smaller calibre than himself?Freeze, ot '.he State Cautte, and Gtandin,asevenby nine lawyer somewhere in Trenton. Tho republicans will not be caught this time napping, bill will put lorlh their first class men as candidates; and the democrats, if they expect to Bucceed, must dotneiume. The anti Leoompton element is still working among the democracy to their Injury, and every effort will be made to Introduce the vexed question into the convenlicn that meets at Trenton in August Mr. Buchanan has atill tome strong friends In this Slate, although he oomralttrd a great error when he surrendered un the maoaf emi nt of the democracy to Wright and Stockton , uiWfiF &icn a frmrnerasHtockton ;"T>unt*"wis done to break down Col. Wall, of Burlington, who had mad" one of tho most bitter and sarcastic attacks upon V right ne have ever read, and who hates Wright as the devil docs holy water. The Colonel had his revenge last winter when Wrtgnt was defeitod in his re election to the Senate. But Wall is one of thoso Indian haters?a most devoted fr.end, but a most Implacable, relentless toe II the democracy wish to triumph they will have to con u titrate on Senator Wright as a candidate for Governor. W tli his Immense wealth and his clalmB on the democracy he cannot help bat succeed. His devoted adherence to the administration will not Injure him in the least with the rank and fllo of tho democracy, who stand by Mr. Buchanan heart and hand. THE KANSAS CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION. from Kansas wo havo the following account of the proceedings of the Constitutional Convention Constitutiohal Hall, ) Wyaxhottc, Kansas, July 8,1869. J The time of the Constitutional Convention has been entirely occupied since Its organization by the contest over the ftdintM.nn of the delegates from this county of Wyan dottc. The question ?u finally settled this morning by the r-r'.uEton of the gentlemen claiming seats in the Convention. The details show the spirit of parties hore and itc icon manner in which legislation is condu:tod in Kanras. therefore some details will be interesting. Tie present county of Wyandotte was formerly inc eded in that of Leavenworth. While the bill under which tbe Convention sits was pending in the Legislature last winter, tbe new county wis organized. A uew apporlmi uient was Introduced, and passed, changing the representation of 1/eavenworlh county from 10 to 7, and , rh( I to Wyandotte, and 1 to some interior county. By nme ot tbs processes reputed so common to Kansas, tbe tintn>.i d bnl was not enrolled, and the Governor signed i he ropy whl-h gave leaven worth 10 delegates; and under thai >mw inc eiocuon was held. The county of Leavenworth mot 10 democrats, and Wyandotte, thobgh ndt thcluded ir. the proctarnation of the Governor, alao elected two dsmoc rata. This explains the desire of tho minority to ?t!ll>'r?tw< gentienicn admitted. There has beau con r.dirablc sharp practice made in this attempt. A reeolu?M IMM to bear them by counsel, and thou rw adrd. A proton was entered on the Journal and th. ?':i'jeot cloaad to day, wliea the Oonvestlon adjourned tin Monday. There are wlda shades of difference in the polltloal opic i?ot the various delegations. The democrats count t*p about as lo'lows ? g.u r.r rata 10 * ery and adu in. strati on 3 1 'oabSlat 4 ,uk.l? Us pro slavery man are two of the old tireor -*'n, retry, o( 1-carcnworth, headed a company at tho aa-klag sr lawrcnoe, and J. W. Form an, of . pi >o i.aa also fe.wu an active member of the same I'be rrpublK-aoe number thirl^Urc. About tcu v* these wars rarmarly deasorrats Tns semainder liave n i* t" hai;?is, eiflicr republicans |??pw or tfflhotod with the tree sot! wbtas A number 1 l.inity ; rty.aulooe or two aro a- . * -* a) ] .i> TI.a miiinli'iinii iif ttie renuhlican 1~M< I, .*<-4 by to* delegate* preeoct, (8 decidcJly ml ii ? anOoubiedly true tUat off the Missouri rtvrr t ar ? mifii), where ttis republicans are keagnal. a targe mnjorit/ ftrft Mmrtm, Ii lla broadest -ji, jr ,tea?i>:e wnu.l" ductr ue of Wm. II. bftwl Ti.ft iv ? .g autistic* or tht ronveution may lis in . . . r . - at..-, 1 in driwi bi. 1 offoerr all rer>o?ficftn rrofcwtons?I vwfiu.lt tara.er* I- Krtiuatt. 19. manufacturers, 3; pkymsiaa*, I. Jnimn, 2. land agents, 2, mechanic, *? ee, atrttyor ar.d clergyman, 1 each. Nattvity? * :- ?y)rai>ta, 9, Indiana, #; Massachusetts, t'>; Tern out. 4 Mains, 9. Msw BanjaUn, 8. Rente, k v * Y 'i 4 Virgin*, 1 England, 2 liermmy, S.ot law* aad Iwbrt, I sasb the stdcat member n . an I A* yruagtaM SI There are M married, It itngle, and U w dowei? among Ike Bintftl ami effloera. Toe number y acirt c *. ed aud under cuitiraton by the body la ; i at? ?, rg ntx-ut 97 neese t? e?cb man. The highest nambnr k arree snltlrntid by one member is 830 a -res. Tare* member* mtrvqrrwhere id both the Topeka and Lsanaworlfc <>t*t??jj>*nl UonvaoUons, and three were mrmbaia at Ik* *Usr only. Tnc Uc -mpton la out reutftaaatad Tka past po'.tiaa at Ifea body are pat aa ffcl w?f -iwrno ?*U\ II. Whigs.ll; repubbenni, .14; antl aiarery, 2 ttateiendsM, 1, sad 1 with "nary podtloa ' M alt Three at Ike deb gale* rtafied la Booth Nebraska arrived to dor. w>d Ike i*iiitadm are npoewd V, morrow Toff will, without doubt, he ftdmi'ted to sr.Ma WitblB t'.e bar The debet* aw admitting thaw to tow aa members wui dtablbs* be a eery aiutsirl one, but the result is oerima, nam y, tfcu in* proposition will not be entertamed, AU ik* de>gtiea south of the Kansas river will eea* againaS it, wuh perhaps one eteeptkm. Thai sec iw baa twenty eight membara. The Atchison dete?,'?Uoo ?>f three will a'eo opt>-we, making a clear majority of eight or am*. It nuppuard W be n democratic measure, ami thw w ill be itaely to rauat ft strict party vote oa the iimetion Maet of the delwf tee north of Urn Kansas, of ?h?n rer p i.i en, art mfarur of it, but ike douth unitod.y opfoan. Another point of dlvuuoa will bo the wmtern boundary. Ti ir? . ityftro atrvmgly in f?*or of Iba *"parai.on of u.e l-ike'ft l*ink region fhe proponed bounder; line will bo drenn about Soil nines from lb* Missouri river, mating a Tory con. pact dtat* ia ?U rgd^cvm H ? aawop^utl MONDAY, JULY 18, 1859. that thJa will Mft toe >Mn of Hm MUM u4 seen toeir m MmniM a ik aMM to mm off ifc* ftoll, by linitoi totor U4?*Uw to seep*/ Me ?r|?imw. lira C. H. J Ntck?, to v<"sim?. a eeewpied i n porter in tbe One ve town end latende preanwVeg. through toil member, petition* tester or U* nutoii u/ ito mKUN.to.,towtMB IMIVll M ItotoMUMMk for ? hear tag kxtorv toe piof*r oommlUee 8ka t|toU taleetod, ladylike eed <|ui*t, ito rmtruUtod to took* favorable . aprcMfeo b?t tk?ro m no probabuiir of too petition betof (raaUd, fwribcr lb to to eeckre llto proporty lauroBto, Ik., to u? led tea MlUrtl Intalltgomeo* Rimiurt>rrai urn Ai?n.ninvra ?The cktry bra eftan been mode tlal link ri|?bi?uiiB u>4 ibtob?Mi *ro toe tome? that ibere la hiiMmm MorwUnm Ae on evidence Ikal ton accanitieri to not too from being ju?t, we find a a icu&r to Judge R P. Biding, to Clevehnd, iib.o, a promisee! bto> k republican, toe admin ion thel if toe ecli slavery r'tmeui ebouM be taken from the republican party It woe Id bo left k Itfelem corpse. Movsmbst to ljrr the Cn vklwoosi Oumwrrvie Puns ? The Athene, Tenoeeree, J'esf, givra currency to toe follow. Ids rumor ? Rumor* ire slloat to the effect that there will nhn-tij be a meeting of prominent democrats of Imuisian*. dm n ippi, Virginia, Alabama, i.eorgia end Stoulb Carolina, >o take counsel u|*>n tbe condition of the party, end to die cues the expediency tf letting the Charleston convent.01 go by default. The party in thu free Statoe baa become an thoroughly freesoiiaed that they utterly despair o' elect!eg a touad cemocral >? lbtio, and regard auo on with the Southern opposition and the consorva'.lvo men of the North and Went as the on y moan* of defeating the black republicans m the Presidential con'eel of lue ap proachtng year. It in said the movements only await toe termination of tbe elections in rrnoesaee and Kentucky Should tbe opposition carry ihoee two States, of which there is now but liule doubf, It will Immc' ly go forward. Tin Canmdati kok Situcvk Jt Doe ox Ohio.?Toe black republican candidate for Supreme Judge of Ohio, Mr. W. Y. tibo'rou, was formerly, says the Detroit Free Pffs*, a slaveholder In Mississippi, who sold his slays* at public auclion at Pontiac, in 1846, pat the money Into his pock ets and emigrated to Ohio, whero be Is now the abolition candidate for Judge of the Supreme Court. The fact that ho had thus "trafficked inhuman flesh" and was living upon lis proceeds, doubtless recommended bim to the higher law fanatics, who prefer bim to an honest, coosn encious, patriotic man like Judge Swan. Such is a sped men of the consistency of black republicanism. A Saw Srinrr for Rkituiucanium ? One of tbe resolutions passed by the Republican Convention of Stmurset county, Maine, reads as follows:? Resolved, That we go in for the elimination of sdemn political rhtma, old worn out political hacks, cheap point clans, antiquated fogies and humbugs from the dtr.talnr tbip of tne republican party, ana a consequent breaUnng of newnecB ot life, priucqil", progreai sud potency into the party. Canvass in Oeio.?It i* announced that Judge Recosy, Senator Pugb, and a number of other prominent democrats will commence canvassing the State In August?two months before the election. Bocglah in Virginia.?The R.chmoml Whig says Douglas democrats are as plenty as blackberries in tbuac parts. JDeulnm.?Roger A. Pryor declines to be a candidate for Congress in the Petersburg (Vs.) district, vice lioade, deceased. Wno Killed Mr. Winthrof??In his Fourth of July speech at Framinghtm, Wendell Phillips psid his respects to the Hon. R. C. Winthrop's recent letter to Hiram Ketchum:? "1 remember," said Mr. Phillipe, "that in (Hood'a oddities' there is a picture of a spoiled child. The baby bad been laid in an arm chair, and mere came in a man weighing about three hundred pounce, with the London Timer in his band, and bo sat upon it When it was found to be dead, the Coroner came ana said that be would hare an inquest. 'I don't eeo why,' said the mother; 'it died a very natural death.' Mr Webster sat down upon Mr. Wintbrop, and there he Is! He died a very natural death! I do not think it is worth while to hold an inquest ou him." Wm. L. Yaxct'b Method or Breaking Up the Charles ton Convention.?Bon. Win. L. Vancy, of Alabama, on< of tho fire caters and disunionis's of the South, relieved himself of some ot his treasonable doctrines at Co'imbla S. C., on the 8th Inst. In relation to the Charleston Oon ventionhe speaks as follows:? To obtain the aid of the drmocracy in Ibis contest it i DtccBcaty 10 mace a convsi in in en iricHvon uonvoniioc In that body Douglas' ouherenta will press h s doctrine t a decision. I( the 8tales rights men keep out of that Cot veQtion, that decision must inevitably bo against th South, and that either in direct favor of the Douglas do< trine or by ' the eiidornetr.eot of the Cincinnati platform under which Douglas claims shelter tor his principiet The States rights men should present in that Uiuvuntio their demand for a decision, aud they will obtain an et dorsement of their demands, or a denial of these demaudi If endorsed wc shall have greater hope of triumph witni the Union. If denied, in my opinion, the States right wing should secede lrom the Convention, und appeal t tie's,organ'lWi,r?lfe)L8?.ut!?.?it^out distinction of pa. their principles, and go into the election with a cand; dale nomination. Mr. Yaxc v, although he seems to abhor the idea ofassc elating with tho people of the North, is nevertheless read; and willing to accept the seat In the United States Senate which is now occupied by Hon. BonJ. Kilzpatrick, wnoa term of service expires In 18C1. ex tuxator Foots, ok Misstasipi'i ?Bon. H. S. Footc, o Mississippi, a short time since announced his dotermina tion to run as an independent candidate for Congress In the Fourth district of that Stato. A few days afterwards he thought better of his determination, and concluded nut to run. Then he took a trip South and got married. On returning to his home he again c&me out in a letter and declared that he would be a candidate, and so he stood until last week, when he caved in for the second time, aud again positively declined. r. Barxwxix rmnt.?-The Charleston Mercury denies that Hon. R. Barnwell Ilbett aspires to represent the Third uidii 1V1P VI uuutu vwviiua iu vuugi toe. iim/o uo utw puor lively declined to allow his name to he used. Perhaps Mr. Rhett would not refuse to go to the Senate in 1863 and occupy the eoat now held by Sabator Hammond. Orrosmos Stats Convention in Georgia.?The Savannah Rt publican publishes a call for a State Convention of the opposition party of Georgia to assemble in Macon on the '24th inst, which is Sunday. The meetings which are held In various parts of the State, for the purpose of appointing delegates to said Convention, are about equally divided ou the time of its meeting, between the third Wednesday, 20tb, and the 27th of July. Will somebody tell us when tbe State Convention is to be held? Black Kkpi uucan Cckrenct.?The Almighty Nigger is tbe circulating medium of the back republican party. Take away the niggor,and that party becomes hopelessly bankrupt. Tmas.?A Texas, correspondent of the New Orloans Picayune writes as follows, concerning the prospects of the campaign in that State:? All Texas is now full of politics. The majority of people here seem to be in the knind of electing Houston for Govcrnor, while Gen.,Ward, tor Congress, the regular Houston nominee of the democratic party, will secure the most votes here for representative. The Germans deolino to stand Runnels, and thus this compromise. Gen. Ward will no doubt be elected to represent tho Western district of our State in the next Congress. The Maine Liqvor Law Kicked Out optus Rritducan Party.?The Portland (Mo.) Argu* mentions as a noteworthy tact that the platform adopted by tbe Republican Qtatd Pnnxronttfin whnllv iffnnrnft tho (< Main a lin.inr law*' plank. It says:? What a change has taken place in four short years 1 This Issue, thisgreat " fundamental" " vital" issue, upon which so many were cheated Into deserting the demo cratic party, has, in this brief period, utterly oied out and become so obsolelo as not to be even hinted at in the l>ariy platform. Democracy North and Sorrn.?The recent Democratic Stato Conventions of Vermont and Georgia were held on the same day. The time of holding the two Conventions was not more coincident than waa the doctrine declared by each. The Vermont Convention resolved as follows:? That the democracy of Vermont, In the language of the Cincinnati National Democratic Convention of 186b, recognise and adopt the principles contained In the organlo law establishing the Territories of Kansas and Nebraska, as embouy ing the only sound and safe solution of the slavery question?non-lnterfeience by Congress with slavery In State and Territory, or in the District of Columbia. The Georgia Convention resolved as follows:? That tho democratic party of Georgia oontlnuos to adhere to the principles announced by the National Convention of Cincinnati In 1868, and Its determination to insist upon tbetr being carried oat la the administration of tho federal government. Tom Corwin oct or Poutics ?The Hon. Thomas Cor win was seronaded in Indianapolis, Ind., on the 16th instant, and made a speech an hour in length. He disavowed his connection with any party, and appealed to his hearers to emancipate themselves from party trammels. Dodos Accm8.-~1ht St. KyuUlica* s*ys that Hon. Augustus Ctcsar Dodge aoccpts the nomination Of the Democratic Convention'of Iowa for Governor. Tim Tricks or ms OrrosmoN.?The Boston " Pod thus alludes to one of the stratagems of oar noisy oppr Dents:? like the piokpockot who Joins the pursuing crowd and shouts lustily "stop thief!" this shamslcis faction Is no a engaged In tho vain attempt to saddlo olf thoir own cor rupi ion upon Mr. Buchanan's administration. But they evidently Dnd the labor herculean, and Just now Uiero ap peers to be a lull In their empty and baseless ohargee hi eitravagance. It will not prove "a good enough Uor gau" in ine next Presidential campaign aven for a Tour low Weed. They will do much better to sick to the "la ev^able nifgrr," In someahapo or other?a subject raucb BKie vuugcniR to their peculiar Us tea and preferences. White the administration, with crippled mease, for which It te * no wtoe responsible, hM been stopping treaeury leaks, reducing expenditure* wherever it le possible, ud T ten* Duiii Df to transact well and faithfully the public ft busiDtM, in rpite of forty or flity per cent reduction wj the revenue, what has the black repubtloan opposi- ne uoo, which prateaao loudly abont "democratic extrava done)' ?J Know Notwiwh Ixxxctu Aram Tits rotaaamu ?The bo fallowing resolutions were adopted by the National *" American Association of Cincinnati, at a late meeting:? _ Rewolved, That the doctrine lately promulgated by th s IT Secretary of Itate. as to the liability of naturalised citi- A una of the I'lilted Stau a to military service In the country J' of their sativity, however accordant with the views JL hitherto generally entertained among European nations, is ? inconsistent with the doctrine of the right of absolute ex ,r patruaioo, which has been uniformly avowed and acted 1 upon br our government ? Keeoived, That it is tbe duty of this government to in- T aet that its naturalized citizens ihail lie entitled, in to- V rel*n countries, to all the privileges and immunities of its native born citzens; and that It sbould endeavor, by all e, proper mesne, to obta n from other governments tbe re- bo cognition of this principle. tteuawrhable EffttU of the Thunder Storm ^ In Connecticut. In addition to the effects of tbe thunder storm of Wednetdsy already published, we gather some interesting and ri curious Items al us results In different placoa from our V Connecticut exchanges. mi In North Haven the electric discharges were fearfully friqutnl. Tne New Haven I'atladium saya that near tbe !' residence of Mr J II. Tborp, tne lightning struck ten ** times on ten different trees within a quarter of u mite j Tbe trees were of different kinds?locust, e!m an ! button ball. We do not remember tnat we li trd of a tf more remarkable frequency of electru within y so short a distance. jj| Tbe same paper has tbe following:? Mr. L>. Clinton, of North Haven, bad a vahis.be horse struck by lightning, and killed lie was with bis spin y of horses In the Held, and standing very near them when 1 they were struck. Both of them were prostrated, but one J* lo Iltiiiden a* we. as to other towns to the northward, , there woe s'-o a violent hailstorm, some of the stones be ^ lng not less than halt an inch In diameter. Twenty win- it dow panes were broken in one house by the ball, and the 'b damage to crops by this stjrm is very great ** 1 he dwelling of Mr. Bradley, In Hamdeo, about ha'f a _ mile east of cenierville, was struck by lightning and j badly shivered, but we do not learn that the inmates were u Injured. 01 All slong the line of the Cecal railroad we bear of barns and louses prostrated by the wind, and of buildings f struck, while tbe crops sudtred tornbiy, and the country " loosed desolate enough. At West Cheshire we hear that several buildings were A unroofed _ In tlertden the hailstorm was exceedingly violent, and ~ the lherm Bitter suddenly (ell from 90 to 11 deg. Kan dolpb I ndsley's gtspcry was entirely destroyed by the t storm It was a Ike building, erected by him at s ooet ot I about II ,'Xf, and coula.ued many choice varieties of fruit Tbc sl*? pie of the Ilanover Cocgrigat onul church wat I broken oil by the volence ,f ihe winl alKiul thirty f-et * from the top The biok-'U part v over aud tell, -p striking on the point and aucamg deep into tho ground. ai The drying sbed of the Amer.<-.n Comb Company, at their bleach works in Hanover, wsa completely wrecked I l y the atorm The glass roof, 2CU feet long, was entirely ' d.stroyed. Mr. Haver also had several suede prostrate 1 Tbe livery stable just tart of the depot at West Mendeti _ waastruck by lightning and set on Ire, but the Unmet- | wers extinguished 1 The storm teems to have been moro violent at Mori den 81 Ibau at sty aMNi po.ul front which we have yet heard. h i Pr. Tate, to whom we are indebted for Information of ' its ravages there, says that throughout the towu trees, I fences and crops were generally prostrated, and tbe rum ^ extends for miles around. To illustrate the power of ? the wind, oce elm tree ea large us a barrel was torn lc from the ground, Isaving a hole more thau six feet deep. 0 Hickory trees us large as a man's body were splintered ' end uprooted, and packing boxes at Parker, Wbapies k ( Co.'a were taken by tbe wind and hurled through the y air like children's toys. o The storm seemed to break its force agaiost Weatfrak, e and from either side It rushed down into tbe valleys With '< feartul i-lIecL Dr. Welles, No. 40 Whitney avenue, F.iirhaven, was Uniting in his door when the lightuiug struck a tree In I J i bis decryard, tearing up the ground lor a distance of some I b twelve feet from its trunk, and throwing tbe sod nearly to I u tbe itreet fence. ( * On tho harbor the sudden squall capsized quite a nam- : bcr of boats, though the occnpanU were fortunately reacued. One railboat waa capsized near Grapevine Point, and two boys wfco were in It would have perished but for 1 tbe exertions of two of the employes of the carriage shop [ who went to their aid. 1 Out in tbe country the damage waa Immense, especially > to tbe crops. In Orange tbe corn, oats, grass, &o., are I almost wtanl y prostrated. In Norwich the lightning struck tbe house of Mr. W. M. ' Convene, and blackened the gilded cornice round the , ceilings, but did no otber harm. It ttruck the barn of G. E. Brown, astonished a horse that stood within two feet g of 1U path, and was not hurt, and took the hoops off a , water caik, spilling the fluid. It knocked down Mr. Asa 0 Nash while be was walking in the s reel, but be soon recovered. It struck an Irishman In another part of the e city, and played tbe mischief in the telegraph ollice. [ Tn? Disaster on tub Socthern Mioiiioan 1 Railroad?Verdict of the Coroner's Jcky.?The Coroner's 0 jury In the case of the Southern Railroad disaster have 1. completed their mvesugat on ami made tneir verdict, li i. fuliy exonerates tbe company from all biame; flnds tba*. a while the embankment and culvert were very thorougjiy ,, and substantially built, and of sufficient capacity for all l(, the water that has been accustomed to run there, or hue been there lor twenty years past, yet it would hive had 1 HW.r Vstbis was!' xheVii> isi sx& M, mw&'gM care and caution, and the devotion as well as confidence of the men in the safety of the ouivert is proved by their being found dead at their ports. f i >, BOARDING AND LODGING. 13 A PRIVATE EAlritT, BRRmiWa AT 23 WEST TWKN I i\ ty third tuvet, near Filth avenue, would aooimmodate a ' . respeeiable family, or one or two gentlemen, with pleasant 1 ' rauiua and board for tbe summer. I ? 1 AFCKMSHBD ROOM, WITH HOARD, WANTED?TOR an Invslld ynirg lady, where she can hsro tbe beat of < l attendance and care, in a quiel location with awl low lady. > and w here there are no other hoarders, preferred. Refe I rercrs required. Address Immediately A. F., Union square Letter cflice. A private fajsii/t would accommodate a * gentleman and bis wife, or'.wo tingle geutlemen with * board and pleasant rooma, on moderate terms. Persona leok ' i log for s plain and permarent home will pleats call at 237 Ss v Tenth street, between avenues L> and (J. A NUMBER OF ROOMS TO BENT REASONABLY, I with excellent board for the summer; the b. use la clean, I 1 cool and quiet; rooms wtlhozt board let low. Persona wishing ! it can be served trom a restaurant. 2d t hnlnn place. Refe- " renoes exchanged. f i _______ i 4 LA BOB AND A SMaI.L FURNISHED HALL RID- ? A room, on first and second Hoars, to let to s geotlnmac and ' wife or for tingle gravamen, without board. In s small private ' faintly. Apply at Sell Canal street, old No. 130, a abort distance west tide of Broadway. A FURNISHED PARLOR AND BEDROOM TO let?Wl-b or without board, to single gendsmen; also . front rooms on third and fourth floors, inquire for three Jays r at No. 71 West Twenty seventh street. e AT 31 BAST TWENTIETH STREET, NEAR BROAD 1 way?Rooms and suits of rooms, with board, transient or permanent: bouse first class, containing ail the modern conve I h ference given. t AH KNGLIfilf PRIVATE FAMILY, HAVING A LARGE u well furnished toom, would like tujel the wnt to a gen a tleman and wife or to two single gentlemen; & cjmfjrtab.e Inure on moderate terma. Reference* required. Apply at H . 194 Madison (treat, near Rutgers. ti . 01 BOARD.-TO LET, WITH BOARD, A HANDSOMELY "I furnished b'.cs parlor, suitable for a gentlemen and Ins wife or iw ngle gentlemen. Dinner at 6 o'clock Terms ' <12 per week. Any parties wishing the same will please apply U1 at 2tib West Twenty third street. '< Board-to let, a larue, well furnished p front parlor on first floor, with gss; also a front room cn * second floor, with wardrobe, pan tries and gas. with or wrfchout * board, the house haa modern Improvements. ttefereaoe Cl given. Call at 17 Wooeter street, near Canal. g, BOARD?61 GH09BT STREET, BETWEEN BROOME |) and Spring Rt-eets.?Blngle gentlemen can be well suited with eicellent rooms; bath, hot and oold water, a good aubstan tlal table, strict attention to cleanliness, famlly English. Board in iiudson btbeet-two gentlemen can be accommodated with lull or partial board, ais > two ? young ladles, at 102 Hudson street, near Canal street. s ,1 Board wantkd-and a pleasant room, by a * young gentleman and wife. In a strictly private family, wnere there are no boarders, In the vicinity of East Broadway i or Henry street, above Pike; desire the comforts ol s goxl M home, where they can be pleasantly situated and wish to part tl ly furnish their own room. Address Edward, nation U Post c cmce, uraaa street, near Binge. f ?. n Board want?p-by a Torxo lady, where she ? can enjoy tte comforts of a home; will par from three u> c Are dollars per week. Address Miss M. Irrfig, He? Wk Post office. Reference* exchanged. Board wantkp.-an unfubnibhed room, with ^ board for a gent'eman and lady, wltb one child about a . year old. In a private lamily, with few or no boarder*, near Broadway and Bleecker street*. Term* mum be molerale J Address, with reference, ctatlng term* J, 8. 1) , Herald office. I, Board wanted-for ax American tocxo r lady, In a private family or genteel boarding house. Iocs tl lion between Spring and Twelfth streets, dinner iu the evening t| preferred; term* to De moderate; very beat of reference* given ? and rr<iulred. Add rem for two days, stating terms, 0. U. 11., Spring street Pom office. ? Board wanted-in a private French family, a in the upper part ef the city. Address 274 New York t llctel. u ??????????????? % Board wanted-in yhe upper part of c. Brooklyn, a fnrnlshed room and bedroom for a lady, with a small private famly; price IS per week, Including washing < board paid In advance If required. Address B. L. E. (stating *' ocaUon) Herald ofllee. ^ Board wanted-ix a priyatr family, a " furnished room and bedroom, for a lady, where there arc no other boarders; with a widow lhdy orelerred; board paid In adyance If required; terms moat be moderate. Address ^ K. L w., Herald offioe. ct Board wantkp-by a qeotlmait wife and ^ cblld (two year* old); board lor w None but those able to offer good aooommoaautme no*w aa H dreee H., Broadway Poet offioe. - <m BOARD tieDOro, I owsmit AttDtte 3 .ClfBWir.'aTiWSS; ; this day. * FtUtsTSHKD BOOM. I'OOI* and COMFORTABLE anted l>r a young gentleman, between Fourteenth atfl y Twenty thud streete; terms must be moderate. A fatnllv c, having such a room sud no other boaiders may addrem B. U 0 U . boi 160 Herald office. , ? V Good and cheap lodginoh.-olkiX and otm i forlab.e single ?ocms 16 to ST cents per night; gentle 1 Sign and wife 76 cents. 11 lobe Hotel. corner of Frankfurt and * NUiiain dbeete., N, Y, Open all night. * 3 BOARDING AND LODGING. ODGIHO ?3 FIR WEEK-RKBI'KUT AHUE PRIVATR 4 family: rooma are vary neat, clean, eool and haaMhy. ao, a finot or baefc parlor, fnntiahador uafnrntibad,orbotB. tn or without partial board. 97 Waal Waahlngtoa place, ar H?th avenue. IWO LADIES, OR A GENTLBM AN A111) LADT. O AN BR aeeommodaiMi with rooaoa; beard for the lediee only, the uae hta all the modern tmprovemenla, and la oecuptaa by a Idow lady. Apply at .78 weat Twentieth atreet, near Eighth enue. 'wo ?* thrib neatly furnished booms to let, with board. In a delightful location: all leva he ovemanta; ennable for gentlemen and tbrtr wlvea or Mala mtlemen; convenient to c roadway, apply at 1X3 your tin reel, icnl ed No. 9 Albion place.) Dinner at tlx. 10 LET?A FCRNIHHJCI) ROOM, WITH OR WITHOUT beard, to a ger t eman Apply at tl Allen atreet. TNITART HOME, NO. 108 EAST FOURTEENTH; J atreet. near Union eqnare, conducted on the European an, under the unitary ay item? one largo and one email ailment are now vacant lha prteee are guaranteed to tba act o it, and the expeniea of living are lew by bait than at tele of lha aamecapadly, and lew than at boarding house*. [TANTED?A SUIT OF ROOM8 AND BATHROOM ATT Ucted, with full board, In a private family, up town; it ilde preferred, for a gentleman, hta wl'e and act rant, iference given and required. Addreaa box "88 Foat oflloo. [TASTED?IN A FARM HOUSK, WITn AN AORKEAV hie amllr, where there la plenty of Dull and shade. Ik lndiapenaable. and not over an hvur'a rtde oraall f ona city board for four grown persona and a cbUd twn^ veare i . inn uoruimoaauona tor 1*0 uuueoi oaaraers wwiij. rir ? secordlr g t'> accommodations a-a orlvi!cges, bat out ta i c rd f 1 or $6 per ?>e| f r adults l?ncl $2 for <~Ol'd Address u 1) M., box l.SoAFottufllce, or oall atST armlne .street. , Q 1 . . WE** FOR A UAN DSOMtS. FORNIBHS3 >?' back purlur, oo its 4 rat with full board, to a gen>r>bo and wife or two sent e > en; also. an unfurnished suit, ttie lira story houae, Ne. 102 Wt?; Twenty alxtn street, neac igbth avenue. 6wm ELEVENTH BTREET-A VERY DRHTTT a BLB pull of rooms, nicely furnished to let. with or 'it laid, alto other rooms, furnished and uufurolshe jj >ors (Tom Br .sdway. Fifth avenue stages pass the do.. flQ WIST FOURTEENTH PTRMT.-TO SOUTHU0 erners and others 1 hrce or four desirable rooms ta t with board, r art lea whiting supe lir aeeoasoda'tiaa us e fines'vibration In the city may applv. A.so a flue throa all stable and coach house to lei. A ?? EIGHTH STREET, OPPOSITE THE KCRTO eantlle Library, and nearTlroadway.? Several p'eaait and handsomely furnished rooms, with or without board, > reasonable terms. liQ BROADWAY. - HARDSOMSLY FUBNIRHKD ito front parlors and bedrooms, also single rooms for sntlcmen. with or without partial board The above houae M par the principal hotels and popular places of amusements. 11 modern improveuienu In hooae. coinvtrvbo a rd. JOARD AT NEWPORT?GOOD ROOMS Oall BB j had at Batsman's Point. Apply lo BMIU iiATIMa*. JOARD AT A FARM HOPSB.-A FAMILY CAN OB) tain good board and large airy rooms at a farm boose at larkstown. Rockland county, five miles from Vyaefc landing, rims Ive dollars nrr week lor adults, half urtee for children ad servasts. Addrese M. W. U , llerald office. Jot KD WART ED?OF STATER IBLAMD, FOR a OKNtleman. wife end slat' r, from Ancuat 1; a retired sttuann, wlih a good view ot the water desirable; private family referred. Address H.. box 2,221 Poet office, W. Y joaBdino at Waterloo, bhbkwsbobt, m. j.? J This beautiful sntimer location la altmted on the South irewibury river. For Informailoo apply to J B. While. Oak. all, 81 F ullun street, New York. 8. 8. W Y OA OFF. COUNTRY BOARD WANTKE-BY A LADY AND TWO J children, '0 and 19 year* of age, lo a farm bouse, where leie la gooa mountain ur. eiu; u> Kcm u> ai <. 11J pmn :uctry tare It all that will be requtrel. Addreaa, itattoK iwett terme and all parti:a art, B J?. 8., Italian B, Port thee. 'COUNTRY BOARDIN O. ?WH11K HOUSE, LITTLB J BUver, Rbrewobnry, N. J.? Lindlag either at Bed Bank, lorth itrtr, or Ocean Port, Bauth river. I h'l bouee ie eltaated n the louth river, Shrewsbury, fronting the era There are itenalve grounda belonging to the home.- aafb bathing for niiei and children. For pardeulara inquire at 732 Broadway, a the itoro. aUB801? BITER BOARD.- FIB 8T CLASS ROABD may be aeenred at Blverdale, one hour from the etty eta oat or railroad Apply on the premlaea. or atS8 fearl atreet, ip etaira, front office. Houae within a itoae'e throw oi the iver. SINNER RESORTS. fftOREBT BOCPR, BUDD'S LAKE, N. J.?SOW OPEN P for gueeta. For particular! of route, Re-. Inquire of D. A MB lb, 4b Warren etreet, or addreaa J. ML Sharp A Co., ludd'e Lake. M. J. LA TOUR ETTA HOCSB, BIKOKV FOUTT, If. J.? Thle fathlonable aommer hotel ia now open fee the reeepIon of gueeta. The i a Tourette lonae ia beaattfuliy lit gated Da the oaaka of the Kit Yon Knll, oppoeite Btaten iiiand with an extenalve water fiont, good ealt water bathing, hr-iting. lahtma, Ac , and pleaaant drtrea he the v totally Heat ?maa with their fhmlltea vtelbag Mew York daring the nrnrntr montba will Bad the La Tonrette Houae ea one Teniae t an a hotel In town. Btaamboeta leave pier 1 north river for Marsha Point at 7H. and 11.4S a 4 and ?:tf P. ML; frana Barclay treat at 10 A. M. and P. H. WK8LBY M- HILL (late of La Paige Houae), Pruprtewr. If. B ? It idl no longer to go from Mew York te Bergen Polat than from South ferry to Onion oquare. VrKPTUMI HOURB, FAR ROT* AWAY, L. I ?THE i_v mbecriber wlehce to mform hie Irlendi and the pobtto in gecernl that be Baa removed to the above honoe. lormerly called Washington Hotel Having made nxtendre Improvement* end relurtlahed all In ibenewetjie, be aoLicila a continuance of tie patronage heretofore eo liberally extended to having a deuah'ful view of th? Atlantic ocean: and airy rooms Ac , Ac. for the accommodation of visiters this house car not be surpassed. bteambuat loiaa learra 'Ja'ij-rme slip daily at 9 o'clock A. H. JOHN BttoL, Procrietor. N'T? *, r.undioa^T; miles from the village of New Hochelle. aeceadbie by steadr boats three times each day, and by the New Haven Railroad almott hnurlv, ia in periecl order and la no * opsu for the receptioa of guests. 1 his Is one of the moet delight al summer resorts In the country, and putlctuarly to Bou'hertiers, to buaicees men It offers facilities unequalled. Stages always in attendance to convey passengers to and from 'fee cars, and the Warners land their passengers at the dock opposite to tho ior.se. Fine boating, fishing and baUung. Apply to JAMaS (Fii.MS, Proprietor3KA BATBING.-THB ALLJMHANT HOUSR AT LONG I? Br?uoh, N, J., Is now open for tee reception of visiters, 'aaaiilee aocommodeled oa reasonable terms U. W'ARDKJLla Proprietor. JEA BATHING-TRZMONT HOC8S, LONG BRANCH 3 N .1.?The above house has good rooms, well fornUbed, iell located, attentive servants aad an experienced asterer, xcellent arrangements for bathing- VU.ters at t.e Branch, till do well to call before storing rooms elsewhere. J. a. B CRalKR, Proprietor, ^HKKWBBCRT. NEW JER8ST.-THE PAVILION HOO lei, Port Washington, la now In perfect order for the receptee and accommodation of permanent or tranafent boarder A [he undersigned pledges himself u, leave nothing undone mat an tend to the comfort and pleasure ef those who may fre inert tfcla hotel. Bathing. flahlag and boating of aU kind* ?nmrpe*aed. Good (tabling and a; ommodatton foe horaet, and be iiuToandlng oounfry eflOrtaminy pleaaait rtdea and (bad jr walhh. TH08. DaYIS. J POT5ticaxZ " ~ A T A MKKTINli OF THE CITIZENS OF THK NINEA teenlh Ward, without dlatlnctt >n or party, held at Hup lert'g Hall on Saturday evening July 36. 1869, tj take lnt> onaideraiion the abatement of varloua eititlog nulraocee. on notion. Mr. V. 8. Loskwcod tru called to preaide, and Mr. lav to It. DeKorent appointed Secretory. The oiject of the meeting having (been etated, accompanied y a few rein vrle by W. Q Clark, E*<| , on melion or ex-Alt'i man Kicb. a committee c.malating of lienrj arualarina, a. Irown ard W. Q Clark waa at pointed to draft resolutions ex teialve of the aenie of the cfuzena of the ward relative to the nuances now ezlatlng at and In the nclgujrhbood of the foot f Forty fifth a'reet, hut Hirer Poring ite absence of the committee, the meeting waa enterdned by elouuent remark* 'rom ei Jounctlman MrCahill, u>rge Weir, l>anlel Gailagter and oth-ra. The < ouuulttre e their return reported the loUowmg preamble and reeolu5H?: ? Wt*? rat, an ta'olf ruble and unabated noltacce has cod tin"d tn our mldat year afWyear, and htTltf individually laid ar grievance before the aoiaoilttee of the city, and finding no rllef alien dine our complaint, therefore be it Keeclved, Thai we, tte cMaeneof the Nineteenth ward, in ublie meeting convene 1, do hereby earnestly anl aolemnly poeal to the ooeeiltuted authortties of the city of New Y'ork, la cur right, to protect tia from and remove thia cauae of nmp atat from witch we have so long (altered, heulved. That the offal dock at the foot of Eaat Forty-fifth Irret la an Intrreable nulaance M the general receptacle of eaC amma a and ollal brought thi'ber from all parte of the Itv. It be cornea during the warm me tain a hot bed of purefacmd and dltmae. apreadtag perll mt air* over a wi le extent of ur ward from Thirty (events to etx'y recood (tract, and exrndtrg often rreet of Fourth avenue. Over this considerable orti. n of the ctty, n w the reaideooe of man/ tbouaandeof a* pie, toe feeaUn of the lnhaplunta it endangered, their prcpri> depreciated In va.ne, ibelr legl'imal* I jalneaa Injured, sd the ccmfi-rtahla ei joymrm M their hoin.e prevented by tie noiioea and i uwaoua ethaiatlrm* which are apread on vert aide I rum thta depository ot corruption Keeolred, That aa It le the d ity of every private peraun *9 to ae hie own pn ertr ae not to bee use as tojorr to others. ao i in equally the duty of the < Uy goernme I .u providing for b* general we'fhre DM to leflj'-t upon a*y oee portion or the lty auch a grlevotif peat aa we Can/ ?aper.esce; and by eur >'natitutional rtgb: to the neaftotaSto and beneficial enjoy>ent of our propertv, we cell u>ou the etty authrroilea tn rid a o* thia n.ieance J the accutuula ed carrau of the whole lty Keaelved, That we tub? It to the gocd aenee of one Mlow blret ? generally, and aah their (empathy and awue.e-e tn roeurmg he removal et the nu leasee now onr thtckly (ruled wuiy. Heaolved. That the fat boitlag estobliahmeni* of John J. Eckel and the Betcber'a Meltuig Aaaoca-tim. near the footof met For ty finh atreet are alaor-wnitoe nutewetto the eelgnorbo-d rite no la* merthe wt e limlta above mentioned. he putrid ttenrr ?.f UN* aMtlMhiiii'Mi la intolerable laCljuon upon theeMnde <4 our.C " logtgunliy ?1th ibe o*or? Of U>r qdal do?t.the en Ire clcelng of lur dean end wtodewo of oar booMe. eve, to be hotted wee.brr to eecape u> pert ">?lr "iumTed "iW tor pereW-ni .Irtrwmrd by to# MWWoi* of tUfal - <* ?* % "totoed ooatetelole flbtir fbtiow etum*. Mr arte. tMMittbo lo tbft r*> oftoe rt-wrd oi Hoe i( "JUMMJuoare oI lealib ol but jeer. la regard ? lb* obaofea aad twpror# m-ott In bta aetabUtoMenC ?<?r tailed ooedeniaaWoo. Dd feaeoJ inuuMliato end tuaaaarr aetata oa toe part of too IIT an'liorlilKa. .. ... beeolred. Tbai wa an a vara that It la ton o<tuhar prortnta f tb? Board of Health to iirnun it hj rnai tnj[ a ileaatnan Pti inrntal and ol (itch lour deeding aa Ibw wa ooaalain of; ml ibat wa (ball porta# Um aubjaol diligently, intolflfeiilly. ut energetically attl oar grteeaaee la midwehme aad too rrpar remedy appllad, tU Um raaaotal of tfea odal doefe aad a moiling bouaaa fraaa vkrlr praarat location We bar* alte>l eufflctoeUy loog. aad baa# waited w?a aillaani Mr Iba t three yearn, aad wa ban alowly laaraed wltb gredt regret at torbaaraaaa baa la Mat oaaaad to he a eiriaa to tola perililar. Kenhrad, That tb? proceed In gi of tola meeting. aad aoapa tocaa raaolutnaa be eoarcaaed by to* ffirardcd to bia Honor ton Harur aad to toa iiematiMHtaara id Mill aa a traa atolaanat of Au-u ft* torlr ecOoa. aadtoata iDiaalttea of aataabe appointed by t? ?>aimaa la wait oa 1 ree ndatoite Wow" Which were nnaotmoaafy edop'eJ. m I on^ il.'.rrmao Jtirh. ih# to! ommlttee to wait on tbo Mayor aad City I ay. < ** wttb eop*. f tbeee proceeding*. aa.l to attend a. any "-her 0 wtoeea b?w#-# ;sr^&5? ' cn'moti* *Wr*Oe5 toaSta#** then adjo#' ^ ,1 to. .am# place oa