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I &dc Sntc Horlkvncr on'iciAL r.ri:n of thi: cor.vrv. A oml time f'omlrp, Hoys Hark from t!u Witi Moil m a doleful fi-uii 1, Miuo rars utuaul tho cry ; Vc tl!i c-ln l lerst ci-inu v'uwr tio grounI, Wlii.10 vu i.iut -h"itlv lie. I W'ntt'i lUvi.l. Mr. Puchanan has chopped oQ' tho head of the Pougla-? JVf master at Chicago, ColumbiH, :unl several other points, and ! the N. V. , correspondent savs thi The .New lro:jT.iume. It was during the late Fcs.don of tho legislature, that a few of the most mi.'ctii puhms leaders of the Siuvucratie party i this State, met in secret conclave at tlio Capitol, to consult upon the hot plan of attack upon tho Ucpublioan party. They reasoned that, on tho great question of ireeuom imy wore gone up; mi l that Ali RIVAL OV TEE AEAiA. New. Vork, March '10. The K. M. steamer Arabia, from hiver- ."W J?JXrV. IthoN. . ,,oA corivspomlent savs lhis i um ' J f 1 l"j,l!pnol the Oth arrived this A. M. The hust niirht, when an unexpected attempt 1 yiy. r .VT"V:""r."r,T"Trrr, . 1 is "ul.v tlu v-'l!'1,o i4 ,hc V,,,L 1 !u,lv ' " , "i, : ; il'i1 V"1 i " : hy ol Jtim..re arrival out on the Stli. was made to force a vote, he came into ()lir latest news from Kansas is receive! llllPA, MALUI ISln is no .hmht hut the machine is nnm to he Jt in then inuuls the hnevs, aliva.Jy 111 j Thn ll0vltiral nnJ ,,(Mrral nv u the Senate ante-room to cturiucev his for- thn-mdi Mr. A. J. IFichardson, of tho , M t jH Ju (ivi. 11U(tio!1 ia tilis v'tati. lodc-d, 1 mnt ot -,U(. U -wuuM eont.nuc to .ltl(l Ullil.lll0'rtaut jUt llut ta,0 i,',, gt::lt. 'c r;irn JVtt;n ioWrn, who loft the territory on ' mmmmrrr ;ve have the n.ost pu-itive a.-suranecs tmm , o,ow v.ro.tt tuu-es, asu lioniM) j Tho ,uclnvrj (,rtlf. )or)V r:itnot ,.ro that the excitement that he vaj unler, l;1.f Thurnlav cveniriL' anJ arrivc.l in tont t(X" 1:1 hi-h emoeratic authority that U.mh; ,um wu.i a sn ewu,es wliieh tiiey ; )hj r(M,K.t.tol (o r.irli:KircKt nerallv I has oceasioned a relapse, hut that he is u Saturday niht. A ' the cave. , have alv.uys i;:amlo,taI, they cor. Jiuh',1 ; . , . . h . , .rMn...1 in .r.,.,,,1 , I 'it, ,1,,! ,1,. n.fL .... ,1.1 1 . j" .. .1 i . , .11 ' 1 1 v... w. ...... . ...... 1 nil llUUUil 1 v;i uv,n uit,j k luv. WAHlllXUTOX NEWS. AVas'Iiington, March 1', 15. Sp'c'ml I)ij(it'hc.i to lite V. J". Tribune. Yii ui our own Corp -j".n UMit. 31 r. Douglas Jias been eonfincil to his room fa fur da).s by icknc.-'s. The lle pnblieans want him to ypeak, but his phy sicians say that he inu-t not tor some uay.. KAXSA s xj: s. Lalrst Hiinas Nchh, lit tuft uf the. ihrtlon on thf iUlt l., Whole itumUr of Votes Pull-d Tim Xnc Constitutional ('otrnitt'on--L't. lollmmt of the Militia jre$inj IJnift of Fort St off I'uUlc Fvtlln'j uyaliitt the Jjomjton Stclnilj Jn''i- Subscribers recivm tlieir papers with the above mark placed opposite tlieir iuhu's, will know thTvt the time for which they subseri)ed has expired. Senator Kind's speech to-day was a j tutional convention which was held lat cert:.in eii.piirin with rc-aril to Fodi r.il I :in:inistrati.:i ; which mu,t be kept up ' oIVuhts in t!ii State jh to their :"wundness v,'tli no regard to truth, but with the Mr. C. I. Swr.irr authorized to re ceive subscriptions, and contract for a!-! ... ; , . . .. . . 1 eel t.M veru.-inir, ior mis paper. ' " " . " ' " j 'mi tin' 1r0M.se. 1 at1 t'cntleman did nut i say to 11 that the letter Irom a.-Innuton Tho Hepubliean Klcetors .f the Tuwn- j Sl.,id, all who were 'P jii-las m 11 would hhipof haiayette, are remitted to meet i their h ial heads but he .,77 say in 1 J 1 m : o many words, that allot Hmi, ',',, irht in Caucus at the Court Iluuse, in l;w j ; ,v,(, ajMM.innii-uts which hos tr.e- d A prominent an 1 wdhknown IKmucrat 1,u 1 1 s : The Cou.titutiun paitv was holdim- a of tins city, a 'i.eroinpton man, mf i pi- l;lt J ine attention o n.e ; (,,n,v,.(.nco .lt jiC tl) lvlUiQ tiu. j-)ir. powerful demonstration that the question Tliuis lay t.assed ofT quietly. The pro-sla ed several days a-o that a letter had ! p-'ople lio:n that sahje-t. hey mu t ret 1)lutj01, :i national Confederation in it-' was not of the admis.ion of Kan as into Very faction ue lie rally refused to partiei l.eui receivi.l t y an active ami prominent lT,--;"' ; alv. tl(, 'lilnI1 s0 1i1U(.i, ns whether the Fede-1 ,,ate in it. Jn heavenworth County two MiM' .1.111.111 nni, niM.a nr'i.j f- ( 1 propriety ot iioMmtf a (iivat Jjx- 1:11 'lovirnment .houhl l.ree a Lonstitu- 1 e: u or rale.' soureom a.-nmi:aim, maiviiiLr r ' lv ' "t""1 1,11 i'ir-i-:u ition in lMjl, iu London, is being eon-! tion up. m Kan-as, in violation of one of tickets were in the field the free stale and a loualas democratic ticket. Tho former was largely triumphant. In Jef- hope that a contmud howliiif f their charges if fraud, tin It and every court iv-1 :.bhi wro!ir, would produce some t..,t v.,,,,!,,- VivmiMf M-.r.di ".Itli. tioneil or ro. amended, m short all ol ' no ou'o 1 r j,n nauan ' " . . 1 his friends in ouicc in the State, iron',! f thev are in danger oi loin-j. 1S5S, for the purpose of putting in , ,.rMro, j0 funl,cr s.dd that every j the prime object of their wild min-H nomination suitable persons to be suppor-! JAA' c.))ii.,:n 1'ederal olViec-holder wo'd 'l'"'t it!,;,tin,i mm ,;,,,,,, f, . have to walk tlie )lank. specially tl.e cll'ort still maU: to force ted for the several lown,hip olhecrs at the ( ,,o 1() u iu a u ,iavn;. Uj,m KIU anuua! Towiu-hip meetinp to be held April 1 be t'ervard:d, properly "mailed," for ac-1 'f'lr "e-nd iry olje-.t i.-, to deceive tion and m-peetu.n at he:.d-U.irit rs. tie-e oi th.irown j-arty who readonly We met our informant apdn on S.itur-1 their journals and prevent the 1 oi' dnv -uid he a.-snivd in lliiit. :i!iii,in' th. ! their vt.d.s hv makin ,' them tliink th." said list that soon to be forwarded to "Washington would be the following names iut'1 marks. vnsco:. 1 me greaie.-t rights seeureo to the .-laics The condemned I'renc h conpiators are ' by the devolution, previous to whh !i i forson CMmty tome persons who thought not vet exeeuteit. .Numen iis arrest con- nariers ami Mnsutmioiis were grantct tlio regular tree state ticket too radical. M! " ; tinii. d to be made throughout I 'ranee. by the Crown not made by the people. i.hieed a more conservative one in nomina- V' It sael 111 eons,., jueriee of the cei' i .iraev 'i'hc 1 re.M huit was now assuming the j tion. According to the latest report, tho In the other one ticket was .. ' ' It h saet 111 (Mnse.-iuencM.t t!ie e.ei'T .iraev 1 lie 1 ivh U-nt was now assuming the ; tion. Ac-ording to tlie Ia .. j I turn men s attention lrom the ci 1 nes , xt, nshv lamiti,ations Cha.e i.rni.T i Hp1 r'vrogativo of dictating a C-mitu- i regular ticket was elected, ol .o n party against liberty, to minor at- , lvli S t , r,.(nni lu VaUi (. llui (0 t!l, of :i sovevign State.- ! .itb-s generally, but c h.us,,..l thus save at least the yMos ot Wv58 Vl,, ctin tliirnit laIl)1!.Mr. Kinir lorcildy expressed the degene-' roti d for. tlio.e vJiO voted tor J01, hanan, and whom ..,e . ,,,i,..i ., t . J 1 1.,..' 1 '..., ,. i,,. , i ,r , ' . , . d. ri- is ha If-on withdrew their Cth next. S. T. CoxwaT, ) T(wn T. U. Hauuiso.v, j Com. Dated March loth, ISoS. (tepubl can C,aicus--Antu cri The Uc publicans of Antwerp Town ship, are hereby notified to meet in eal ens at the School House in lh'stnet No not y '-J le r lnleilot nits. The r'-ei(di Ilour.-e W: The hani.-'i ndni-l'-rial s. -tiled. The Minivers r :si::nati.ins. An art!n'pinke has laid Corinth in rain's. '" lives l -t. A lire iu Co;.: : tantliiupL' burned o" ) hoii-es. . Sii'irv am it. ('..! . fur, I"et. Anli -I.eeto.ta' Jac'ts h:i.sr., p.vccivtr, ! " I1i:VI.I:m v, la-ui L r 44 Ur.V. Till IT. 1 1 . 1 i :l 11 . : f . " (i in said township on Friday, the 20th .!,.. Mm u:. Jr.. V. s. !;.-. Ai'y. int., at I! o'cWk, I". .M. t.. mk ...!.-1 Jr'.'.rv! J'at! f.!: -'L.,.,r llepublic.ins a.re as corrupt as they wei when hi power. 'f!ie iirst guns were fired by the Frv e ar Mdbourr.e d.-.tes to the l'.t!i January I bei-. a K . pah-lie. 01 K.e i-utiv u I ; for ti:e South to iu:;o:e her 1 recuve.i. .Marked continue,! . nth Heavy gales and e ,n dderab!" fa.! Is oi ' pohi :cal powi r ; it MOK ll 1(1 I .."'I'll lM .!. tl. ..1 111 ill.l I lllllvl lli'll-.i t'l.. h.vf I ,' 'it je.s an, oian Vi' i '"'l""'fJ' . J e: u-inLr mucli delay iu the mail packet a h-vompton, ami the other an Anti-Le-, . .,, .. .,, eonij ton sheer ; nnu tnu-j cmiorsc't, theirj ra y, hyp. eraey an-1 baseiu-s ;f the !,!.!. Taking the points which have been oeratac party, wiin-h h.ei laii.-u rrom its h.-ard irom as a basis, the whole number high c-tatc, and was now a mere tool of;,,f votes polled is roughly estimated at I the nuliiii'Ms. i from nine to ten thousand. The coiivcn- I Mr. Mallory follo'.ved in a despomh nt ! tion whi h on th 2l'd innt., is composed . speeeh, .-.dmitting that the speedy triumph J t.f one hundred d legates. It contains ; of the Republican party was beyond que-1 niauy of the ablest and lost men in the tion. 1 he Senate would soon see a He- territory, and as every shade of feeling in publican Vice 1'iv-ident ami the White ; the p:'rty is represented, it will undoubt- It w.h idly be aide to iorm a constitution which i . . . . , , . r Jo-s oi i will e accontao e to the wliole ieoi-h? ot vas inevitable, and sh-: . Kansas, ('except a few r.ro-slavi-ry lire-eat- I . i . i i a i. ii .ii.. lies tov.ud willine; reiteration in evory Ski ll vocrafie paper in the State. Those two ; i0.,,.tl tIlv .,tac,!l(.r IVarl, in the Iiivcr Mer- ers.) and one arouml which they will rallv Mr. Montgomery olM'a., threw a bomb J ::s a common standard, and defend ag;.insu into the House this mornimr. bv introdu-1 vM oh!)ositioii. lr. Livingstone and Ids companies in cing a bill providing that iu twenty days Notwithstanding (iovcrner Denver's re ic Afri' iiu e.p!oiimr exiiediti'.n, were on j alt, r tho pa.sago of hecompton bv ' 'on-; cent liroclamatioii airain-t the enrollment the Territoria.l Coventor o' Kansas I 0f the territorial militia, the work is stoad lions for township officers for the ensuing j w..iuf , o.a'j Mail Aout iin;:i-l year. ly order of Town Committee, j pVi ,s rnr.v.i, !'. M. .it.., n. ' ' Antwerp, March lOih, l-'' Mt i:rn v, l!u. ii. fT As the time for holding the An-: x.iki i:, i , V vi.r, nual Towudiip mei tings is now appivaeh- ing, we commend 'he fdlowing eonsidera-! Wimiav- I 1 1 V W h I N It. All l.;Uiiii " Kul .i.i... , ,vk;;..- M..is;,,!!, Jia'liv lie!,, ' ir.l .1 1 K:;j.i.h. " nr.: i, " roieia'', " Ni.r... ' Aim Arl"jr, " A-hi.ni. V;.-la!iti, K. j-i ur Land eee. Kulaiiia.. , Aiili -LcCi'ln; .t. ;i.' tions to the caidd attention ters of this county hi', llihl '"K' ( otrisi het all the party be out the ra'd: and file. Then! we shall hear no erum Mines about nom-' Ilat.r , To odver " Sttiart Man." inations. We shail then have our best' Several others were mention-d, out as men nominated and all will go with spirit j wv !lut reiurmber what they were to be . marked, we w ill not include, them. 1 nan and turn out well. , tu. fHrj ll;lt t!l,, Ml,:i,, :iI1,i Anti-!.e- L''. Muhe cli.ii,) uohiimtlnhfi. l)e sure j eompton hea-Is iiave began to f. 1 J in other you nominate active, Ihomugh men. I places it : -ti ngthens our belief in what Vonr l.nJn.u, ra,(,:t,. Jmohl 1 1111 " 1 " "C "L "a lOil Us, Hull UlC ma ' ' . ' v7 J , : chine Used in the ofhees of Supervisor and ; n. iownhip clerk. J hey will have to do 'J he 1'eder; the most important jiart of the bu.-ineso. j erat d. and Jhit nominate all trood men. A U;10ll ! aware that the i. t i : . i ac ..v . i ...i i lompum I wafchin tli p-.p.vs liglit each other on Lec-mpton ; . wbe:ico t!i y ' were expected to ?ail ! &hoold call an extra (i.,h of the Tcrrito- j ily goinir on, about two hundred men be but there is no split when the sp'dls of a ; 'vfric.i on the day the Arabia k ft. i rial !..-gi-!:;tuiv, to provide for the dee- j h' engaged in it, iu different parts of the State uetorv are m pie-tcn. ( 1 'j1!,,. Minist-T of" larine has decided tion of a Convention consisting of sixty j territory.' It wi'd aai! tdiem iiothimr. 'I he p'-"l':0 i that the French naval MUadron st-.tionod ; (h legi.P s ; that there should bo no Cou-j All is now quiet at Fort Scott, but of Mo-higau wdl not be de.-eiwd by their ; ,r . T,,,Vs of Xew Form,!!-ml. is to be! vciitioii in case the Lccomoton Constitu- Itr,,, L-r-tt -wlio tnbbeil vonn llailev nf . ..:. : t . ..... . . v ... : . . . . . . . . ... . . . 1 . i . v j ... p. i.ve..'iu!-tn, i ii o i o u sioue.i i.o i,ie. uu; i (. .... ,l0 (. three stesiniships ol war in the tmn shouM be suhmittci lor amendment ; ' Lecompton last .summer,) (.lark, and pev- are on their face, highly in.prob-o.h . ri;...( , two, a formerly. that if the Cnivi nti.m does n.t amend, I VTii other notorious character, still re- they cannot prove them ; and 1 1: -.ug.i ho f j,)irrlll (( .,?.'.; , r.".bli-hc5 an ' ,-' L'!ni,t,,u sIlu!i If amendments j M:1;u in the vicinity, apparently with the disprove them. ottcn requireMhe pij-'Vioir, .()',ut ,, t10 tliu. nf (Vll((,n which r,, i!ah'. cac-h .shall be .submitted m pa-; purpose of renewing their raids against Jef a negative, there ireneialiy ott.e d-i-j j the d ev to Fr rr- red av the ratoly to the people. All amendments re-j the Free State settlers as soon a? tho en the feneo. r,,n!tv ; .showing e .iieliiM vcl v, that tlie-ir j lin,;Vllx h'.A ;illtl;ln. o ,io but to occupy ! tving a majority of the votes shall be troops shall be withdrawn. charges are wilful, malieioi;; .0." '", vuiieh vr. s -i t i ns w,u f.y the Fren.di tro.v.s. j uu-orporat. d into the. Constitution. At Coleman, the murderer of IW, ha if made a mm'ler of b-gal l'nve-".' igatmn, j ". j..,,,, Jorri ..nb-nt of the j the termination of the.-V pro:--ding, Kan- suddenly left the tcrritorv, and probably than they could ever pay. - 1st ii.inj li- pnhH.-iiii. would ,'oon begin to operate in this YYlil (-en. !is Ce-inl AVas1!1.;tiN, Mareli 1'J. e rum r wdiieh r-ached here, on the authority of tho Detroit pap r, that Tiie Hamburg cor; -p ,inh nt of tie Loudon '.tat writing in regard to the at titude of the l.'nited States in the matter ,,r the State duties on the F.!h' savs that the F. Consul at Hamburg was making ! "J.-4' tire. shall be declared a State of the I 'nion. ) will Uut return! The public feeling The intention of .Montgomery's bill is i against men (;f that elais is so strong that to s cure to the people of Kansas the ! very few of them venture to remain. to amend the Constitution, by put-J The cause of the rumored runevaloi" hat riuht out of the naeh ot' ;;1-1 Cl. hriudle from the laud office at he h ti; iu, ' houu's Legislature unlike Fu-h's amend- j compto?i, and ( Jen. Whitfield from tho the v.mcral le oeretar. ol 'tat J was .iinrv arrairj-' uirr.N v. : 1 1 1 a view t j .i , i r. ,n . ..iv me ll oi on :es on ' no i ii i aooi 1 1 1 j . . , , . .i i. . en i ........ I i ..i n .. . i.'! i... . .. : . ... . i: . : i; n :: u I'e'la 1 treaty With iii iv.ii. s in ... wo .in j.'iin . i;oii .u iiciiii o, i.s ppv'" eei hi m: " '" ' ' ' J I ......... 1 - .1 I' T T . 1 1 .., ..1 1.1 .1 iopree;ii me people no:n euangiug ine ( in t.h" iact tnat they hoin voieu r.gainsi Co!i-li:u!ion. the Lecomptou Constitution on the dtli of ,h ex.iiat: on oi the Hanover, in Ju.i.'-' ," Nt, It is officially Jen,-" I KK "niVn .. ... . . . 'i . . i i ...... a 1 iii . y i.. i U: i:i'" 1 11 V' V.mt -' ; novevnmentha.cxe-pte.: an -e..; . , ; . v ; . , , !(i. ,lV ! ( t , ..A,,.,,, ,P d o!;ieedi.,!ders, above enum-i t,u' V'"' "' " anumt.n, as I th.. t.ccU1,;ltion ofPerim by tuo siui . , - . . f " ; ; ; : 4 - l". ' many oth.Ts, are I...1 perhaps l u ,, m lt tl 1 th ' w' t!. ' 1 ' Ml IhtrsstA. It is staCd that tu l.u u.tu. ,,...,;., ..r f..r ! .1 Ph. Tl.n v.,hi;.h,,l li.t ,f L minions of 1 'iKdiinaii "'nl als ail over tlie eoiintrv. j lie t'etrint ia-; r tr , KUir ,hc hied dai W. 1 n1 ;vneva ,' ' ' , , (. , .i ... .... L ....... ... v. m nous oi iu( ' a , , . 4. . n l'R niM (,LU1V. ;l ,u,u - . ... . c Mr. Stephen s moved a reference to the reported f.lera aiu.ointments about to bo swimllc, have heen cluse'Iy j 1. ouv-i in.n n.. iin.aiii.iuui i. s in.-1 uj the powers conuoeu 10 me i nuce oi , m.w..,:,.., i ilV ., I , i , f .... r f c . .1 . . : i-i t. .. i t ...... . ....... i . .... ... i ... . . . i 1 1 . . . , . j i . . : : . . i. , ri.v .... v a . . , . s v j .v. v ... . iii.i.i iui iluiis.i.i iiiri.i.v i.4...f ..a wiv i ir i'VI.IV'.-xiii'k iA vi'iilmiOf4 IHI.H i i i n .. vui . v. j n 1 1 1 1 1. y - . i " ... .vmt.I .lfi.vti.liii.fci-in.i--- ,... .,, . . . , . , o,.1 l .Vi't I. ...I. JTlT.ir, lhlll"' '.... v. ass, uu'ii uuy noiiinu ' J (111 Ol three lllOlltll-J wil. vi i - - iu.'.-i ii'ni.iumi riuuii'.nui mi i niiiiuij I iich they are ,,is,-i,,-law'. Ul'nr.V Idyar.1, who was I The London money market continue,' ! then on a vi-it to that city. Mr. Led-1 t .,,,,1 ,..1VV i,,, !, . i.',1(r (Miarles K. Stuart for ! yard returned here this morning, and ex- j an,'l ja;l(ic (J alteration in rate-.. in the stock exchange, L.ans were ob tion def at. : reterence to the Kansas j The jjcople feeling again.4 the Lecomp- Committee wa.i i.'cu carnea without i ton swindle is everywhere intensifying. count. If it p isses, and tho certificates ar given S'-nator Crittendeti has an amendment j to the pro-slavery men, elected by the which he will offer to the Kansas bill, ; Shawnee, Pelaware Crossing and Kick k providim; that he shall be admitted under; poo frauds, civil war i inevitable. The j the Leeompton Constitution, with the con-. spring business is opcniir.' uj) briskly, and I . i;.;.. !...!..,. 1... . ,.t. ,.,;....! . t. '. 1.. iuii.ii mat ur: msi ii ui ion .-uhiiir.' ' j i '.u . 11 . 'i . s .iv uon ui.ne ioi i eiy ,').. Consult tlm j rid t! !iiti f(. foii'tjare recorded against them, wdiic be hoggisli. Let every interest and every ! aware of. .. . . . i c ... c.i To punish Mr. Charles . heciion ii.no u sn.ue i u,, I""4" j hIs roUtlll;l,Vf Ms entire armv of fihu.-h ! 1'Heitly denies that he uttered any expi .o.u umuum. ,.uo tl) ,.;l,.riUr,it ,ieir necks bn. t lr,J,:1 WJ(";'n Mua V,"n,,,,, fouhl ; taiu.Jde at two per cent. !. (l.t tvr tok-tfi n'nt.,l In tlin . ; to the block. Ofcoiir-e his real friends be dniwn. The rumor has consequently j 'J'lie comimrcial payments falling dm Pout Ve ?At. Soldier don't make cat-1 will not com-lain, at this reco-ni-.-d mode i t ""ro foundation than the reports . un Wl.ri. ,.,,11 v well met." 1.. .... ... ,v i l.. e.i.i ; of political warfare. .Kssrs. Stuart. Poii''- Iwhich were in circulation to the same ef. j T, . ... art;..i,'. (1f Lnnduii Tln ve. ? . ' ' '. . . , , las, Prodeiiek, and olher anti-Lecom.t,m ' r,,, t at the time when Ccn. ( 'a.-s look the ; ,,rt, fl (p.c'Vdcd increase iuSthe applications ! t" ti'0 people, and if accepted, then that j heavy immigration. ... 1, 4 .' hiyn-j o,t. n i I10llli,crs l?xc virtunlly been read out of "Hiee." i for money afc the Uank of Ku-laud on the .'tate come in by t!ie proclamation of j A new frov'-lab-.r paper called tho Peii..K V,:t- w-ant to pby fool, let them. ( the Democratic household, and of coure The above is from the .,'. cor.es-' ."th, .lthouh the .supply wa.; app arently lul' lVe.-ddciit. This will conciliate no " ( 'lasiou" is to be started in Kansas Let all the hours be givui to voting. their friends mu-t expect to tro with them, pendent We did not av or irti'i'-e I ahundant " " ( support fnen the Administration side or City, on the 7th iiist. St. Lotus Dann- Uepublieans! th ce, ,n r!,t e,,'. Tl;y have tliis lin.ely i.othr, and niay s; t , thut tll,' rt!!llor fur tho fUu-n of our ! hAThsr-Liverjd, Cilr-Irea I-tuHs , jt new Amerie in lilies. When it shall j erat, Ufh Inst. v , r their house m order for their exit. r . . r J( . . . , ... umdian-vd; little o ng. .No alterations j ha e been r.jt t ted, Mr. ( rittenden iw.K - .V r rtf I shall see how many of them will humble Irom (.ol. Ledyard. V e say j j1 fill haek witli the opposition cr abandon I N?u, from Htato the .'allnt JiuU-u Ur?, I themselves at the judgment cal, :.sk b'.r- i distinctly that it U! not. Col. J,. is not I j h.s gr.amd. So far as heard from the Supervisors (l . , . ... , , t ... ., igivoS :.nd mil- for mercy, and how ma-1 the man to :-ay, if he knew it to be so, I A CiiANdK. -The Chicago T.'?it'n, (p.ute j Tl;e War Departments hi c.ncluded a elected at the late election, stands as fol- ny will stick touartai.d 4'poimlir sov-iu;i(iI ;i ()ur ..ntili!:.;, j. eri'ignty, aim r.e game with in. ir ni, The Xd'"iKil F.nt published at Wash im'ton, clips an xtinuisli'T upon the ... .... 1., nnluaoiH rumors imlu-lriousiy i iieiiiaici 1,..,.. ;,';,im.ri,H 'verifications" will by the enemies of Mr. Seward, that he ,JO f(,rW;:rd ins-viralof the cases, to mis lind gone over to the 'oirniM of liberty , t:ija w ditfeivnt ' counts" iu the chart s and rib-.mdoncd the prineij-les of I'm doiu an,j jJ(jj( n,UM,t i hieh lie basso suece.fuliy maintained. j,,, ,.,,.,., it. will be .-peeilud that Ihe.c coert attcmj.ts to gvt .Mr. .-c.vaio o'it vf th; way, by pn judieing him in the ubhe ui'nd, by means of baiv-fae. d false h iod. ;;nd inirepn. mentations of hi course, will cone; home to roost upon the heads ol' their invent, rs. Mr. S ward's r- putatioo is national, if any man iu the Fuio.i en- a proper from a j-ouive scarcely hs entitled to cou f'lence, than if it heel ce;mo froiii the Col oiul. We have nothing to take 1-aek from our orLdnal statement the coutinu- reeentlv, took the paim to say tliat the : contra- t to the extent of i Vmocrotic prc-s of lichiuan, with one ran -oortatioii alone to the .1 7 -.1 11.11 ..'.I .1 ., ... . ' exci.'pfe n, (ine r.iKjii r i' ami u- ma. i , v.auoai ao enising or other uhlie notice. 1 1 r i.i t! t- X. V. Thiuv. Washington-, Mardi is, is.Vd. 1,01. .,(. 0U ior!luW,: tali Army. wa-i oppoM'd to ihe Kansas pdlic' of the President. It the J n,t -hould tai;o the trouble tii make an examination, lie will one l-,leral oifker iu this city, sicied bis name to the I'm hanan ( ' Flynn ) "' call" l I'llble liiev 1 1 1 . t.o tain L eo!ui- 1 111 v ii 1 1 u . . . . . . . . ai.ee of (ien. Cas in the Cabinet dep-mh ' "ijcm .e..ae;aue p,pei nun, .-uu- ntirclv on certain condition. . as to w Hepubliean U.'. J)emoeratie 201. American ' Hepub. A: American T'h The Lyon Ut publican says: JCven if those Democrats who are elect- cr a c f r ton, and pubhsh.d nam ' era uterv-anls i;; v -t, r d. An,d . c. , p..p ''un jv- tic joys no li r-. putation, an. I lo, r. dijebarires can never bit him. Era : Panegyric is not to our tw- 1.01 shall w; indulge in it mow Put it shier folly to suppoy thai Mr. Siv...rd li.n changed his character, hi' pi.rpi" ' . or Ids poiiey. He is je.-t a- true o t!i. cause of freedo:n t - I:: r.s he h i- vie been. He d es not a loe;.te a per::i;.!e lit increase of the si.iudiug army, lie h i not rcneainced nllc'dane.. to the 11 j a1 i - ociore l.ue li -l was w lit and bad his r, who was uvr 'd to siii it bui refu -ed, and t!;cn r. i'u-ed to m et with tlie ( lans for L.vompPiu, at the Ci.y hall, and le !p li:d.t the n.ul's. An (, i i-, thet the ri.:!i( hand man of th- rtaiu line ot pmicv. Lrrowinr out of the Leeonij.ton (juisti.-n, is rigidly carried out. I), to.lt A ' ,,''. r. now earnestly oppo-ing the Presidents ob icy. (li-mxl Ual:h 1. a ' n lr a 4 Earnestly oppn-jiw" that is it, thev ne Mav!. C 'l!:i! "t 1 1. tht ill i t i ClIAI! t l.U ?oe (.h.iihy Stu.irt men, at Tip;;, .' Tom I lov.ii '.an, , I i ' put;, I "lii'ed Mates , e otli fa.-ts liavC b e;i v.: ii go :.! ,o .: w;t ii in" e.t.nr " a j.retfv .-!;mii" cise a-.-ainst .. lot. ,r. 'i'o-d.iv, to the Anti-Leeomnton forces , j. i Jjv'iiiiii.' -'j I'lm.niiii.i iiuifiiu mil" in the jjou-e count 121 votes, including v,t k() ,!1:inv arc Anti-Le eomton men that those ut mx .southern Americans andofjiti.s safe to put down the "supporters of .McssT-, t iwen Jones, Pewart, (.haj.man, ; tl1(. Administration" in a minority of less I en lietoti and Hums -of all. iu short. ' ,,., ,.,:.,.,.'.' thn wl.nln n,h. have caved as we predicetcd they would j " I . ,l Purpoe to co-operate. My , Such is Xew Vork's response to the he- Thi.. arc Working. I in hopes of siting that mail letting adver- V , , ll" 'f" . 1 ' , ... ' hopelul, unless a new detection occurs. We are credibly infermed that iu t ' tis.m'em, or ior iear nicy woui i oe ce.isui- 'lliercult in the Hoiwi may turn en- shifting scenes of the politieal panorama fl by tlie President. " not jinnei- j tirely upon the shape iu which the bill Me. E-hra,-.l Aon. has be ,me an annli- nl-js." i.v now there motto. It must be :i , comes from the Senate. If Senator Punh's cant P-r th omptoii bill ! The Hivt i.innite State' Thre 1'het rs fur Xi ir I fa rn psh Ire hi, 1. Ail he Detroit Custom Hens,.. The ..j., ..t nthvtioti for th.e::i, that the ' 't be adopted, and Minnesota be ! This fam u old Democratic State, that there is to be s.m.e fnrful , Jliv( r ,.;,u. ,! Iheahl it 1 r ' on to K" th;'n the present in-! ot.on the campaicrn for lSos, by rolling ing anions the Dougla.dt. s iu ,.'"f' 4 U"1 ' ' " " " ' v.arrant the behalf that eight : u , a ,. vMJm mnjurilv ()fUr 7(H s had a wonderful effect urU tno only paper o uphold the h-ronip. j N.uthern Amen-ans, and perhaps nine, beiu rn ii. rcae upon tlu last year. Tho t a eh one in the new d ah Mr t.; Swimih', has rhiJT,l them all into ( will oppose the bill. Tlieir names aiv re-, l.oui.lature far as heard from 5tands 101 can party. H: ha-j md givtn uj K;mi- i.-." i L! n- h- ! r, ult'-d in t-J" An independent eandi l 'te for may- i.bli. an t:. rp .1 . , . " '"ui i e.va , iiiu F.:.:-.ti..s. -- I he Cbarl. Id iu Alhioti a few das sim- -liu o!,i'V, lie who wan . . . i . i i i i:ni. r .;e-.i i.n-.noer oi ne- i;,tt j i-ii-tuie and tic parih ul ir ehai.ipi-.;i of t'c I'fi Ef aati-L' eomp'nn and .U;'t 1 r - iv, r.T.'ut v."' Since there appears t anicuii. I., lo j.eev.l s,.r-.d. Hen. I ur, r. C. II,;' '1 he ii;ilta ty tr.: !-;.! red 1 ded on lo: ;d i pe'ideht" 1 the Held : t;d t! ; I. ! i i.i ol toe i Mire with the (ee.'jti,.i -1 . : i r. Ti H ie-, ( i. ' I. W. . S.eoh.od ; A : ,.n. C P. Pldpm.v; Tr, .ah-; Atteii. , A. P -k leelli.ll o , I .-ion i iie a e:.;iliee t e.idioe. ", d i;:u 'd lh- ::!! ids i ! o t i V m, t . t .iil .oi c..:;n e, vnd w.is de'-i- ear. i ,. A 11 .Nh'!!I ; Th Peoples ticket furiiier was 'T . ; nan v i ... i d. -l iien ( 1 1 . i . i ; i : i to 1 V: vi!h A.. oA tAr.tr., patronage ;.; If a chan no -Tj . ti .:i nil the f i-i th I. ' ;I lb' i,a l and di-t:ng sioii, a. th ti m, v, hieh through th I Vuioeraf ie ..r a new ( :i j;i t!i " ( ;; v it r- lu ha a .-Sore, he 1" V' - '. ami-I.e ompto;,, : prin-ipl ;:! hop - le l".-sh:p int hi ho 1, in th-' Wit u :ol j;-; (;; u: , lion-rs i - in i a;.e T.i.ie I . ! e t ...... . - I :ur. e ; 1 1 1 .ii le I 1" Kant-,, ne d the I the K o 'l. 1 ot ii.io i 1 him-, If d : ,r of s. vend i. .d or of tJrdvct .n. bim.sclf: j lv I.NPt'sihV ua: Ti:ni r.. T. W. 15. Adam i tie1 workingmau'.- cindidatej for mavor, at the election on the lu.-t Monday in Murch. lie i- i.et ihe f. 1 of nny o-pie or party. He h a D- ni ' j-. t - f th .Jrll'er-oniau se!io.,l, believes iii a Su-, pivn.e Ik ing, a ''i ts uf lady v.iit, Mib-j mits to the laws of his count re, and takes .1. i, 1... w P.d e from the 'AW- ' i it i m 'that A'i e Am TI, lom-llv ei ( ollwater, rt.l.ii When c.ilk-i on. , t i l n " I . ! a regular Larder hulhan, L-'eo-pPm, Tiik m;vv Vi.,i ; tm:: Stati: 1'hf-oN I ; i:u Democrat ami ludi oi Ag, ut for the O, rU'ir.P. V'c learn lV"Ui t h u .Lo ksoii j Sliawn cs in Kan.- r-, 1 atdy got caugdit in t'lti.iu that Moiulnv last the cells in .-ouie scrape and has had to resign. It ... ... i. . . ! -ill 18.104.22.168.1 1 t . . ' tli- n w wmgol th" Mate rri.-ou w ere. fie- ( wni ne rememoen ,i inai ne io ov ine p;.-n-e ; nj-mi t!ic hast po-silde found. .ti e.), i i i ' i hy Ihe eoiivi, ts, lo t e ur-i time. ; vacant ny tl.e mur nr oi i.ni iiay ! . m.t kti'iw why Ii.mvouM About sixty coiiviets, who Lave hen to-1 : .ale ( f,.re lodged in the Hall, are now aceo mo latd with c oiifort able and much m f."Ue tpiarters. Another cvidiiice IJepuMiean fraud nnd -ornipti"ii ! ! lUVCol. FremoTit and family leave C.,li:'orni.i i-i tic Sft.u- f the We t te-m v.w. t , 1, a'., e,t i f.-w uivi.th v it-? trac. 'J ith Va iik Hoi i.i. 3Ivm i.kv Sr.r- i,M) PV. Til" luithir ieVaeiii..iti"ll ( I 'i'..vi"r, uli'ti S;:nd- l, on tho charge oi' t'tim; iire to tie- .ie!;i- lb f. 1 la.-t Satur day, li"-' 1" 1 o adjourned until thi-.afur-llooi . A ereal de-:I oi' eeit lnellt j'l'e- ai!e I during toe ex i rd v aft i rao n, tv.'o th ei-and p r.- us ;.--- ;nided in tlie ' heiN retire Mil i!;,'ll ni t he e.i-e ud a cr.evd of uear- v, e Lave s the in ot in-mlih.-rhood of dl-tiC( 31a:iy idle ru.uors the inatt.-r, the w.n that -..r 1 o eiles- i and laipoeati I P.'. :- r. '.: . r..'. v t e te, On hoirin.4. thi rtp.'it, the er..l ....ule rin- ihe ..i s- two or three feint-' at getting up ; .i ;t w rks of f.c- t- iapfc to take the accused out and lym h a pa siriiJt in to Here ; niatir.s o:li" prevf died in r-d i'ie.n to nio r, imp.-i t.uil of whieh ... i i . i . i; -i iion, piu-nnt!-..! considerations. : ( u). ,(U t() so De.uoeratic, securing Muee the L.'coo,pton .-ky became o-.-r- t10 lvlur:i ((f John P. Hale to the l.'nited eist at Uashmgton, it is reported that States Senate. The democracy in this -or. Calhoun prop-,,-,;. t() count out a I'r, e canvass, repudiated Puchanan and planted Mate ma l; rity in the new State L'gisla- ; themselves on tlie Douglas platform. tiire ot Kiiii-as. vn are too late, Sir ! 1 I he iv .ple of Kan-is will count out a Smart Coi ntino. At the election, 1 ;ve State majority for t Iiem-eh es in due P. e. L'ht, in Kansas, on the Lecomptou irne le.t in the Legi-kiture only, but for , Constitution, four notorious precincts re .v.Uo Oi'iieers and Congi ess a,s well. Von turned n vote in aggregate, amounting to ,dl7, which being investigated by taking the testimony of the judges and clerks who held the election, now turns out thus : Actual vote. PJ it-lit r I'e-.s. an iding llin ( te coln n m t!;is 1 . 1 .. .11. ,!... .... ,1.. If W ... sivc rua niiii, out o" .ni' liij.i. iiift.u. . ii i - hoi n: ..f th, orohible that the course of kr.v will be in- , .,. i. i;.i,. t..c .-r.-.o ui Hi. as even t inivr is i.oine doho eiodingly prolit'c. An4, tiling- in that ih-if can have any tendency to bring out I'r :a Co X. Y. Ti'4...--. Washinctiin, Marui Pd, ls.'-s. .'onatoi Pell, of Ktntucky, r.bly Mip poi'is th" .atri,. tie stand cgaui-t L'eomp t .u -d by Mr. Ciiiteii h ri y.terd.iy. iru..r To e.ih.-, fore -.a ing the i. ;.at "f L'-eoinj-ton, supposes tint the time has come to strike his Idow for disunion. The rliVct of his speech to-day is already ap parent. It has startled the conservative Cnioudovers of the South, who be dn t,. Oxford precinct, Shr.wnoe " Fort Scott 44 Kick a poo ' way '''t up on the .-hcrte-t unti- and the train 1 we i . S7. Ol S A Heturn. P-' Too 1017 o,.j Total, f Thirty women of Frch rick.-burg, Wayne county, ( Uiio, made the tour of j appreciate tlie dangerous design of th,.! I sp ecial champions of Leeompton. The lat-! it. '.i . 1, 'f vr.-L-' nnd d.trnvrd the r . - I . - . MM t lf.. ,, .1.- 1 ! 1 L , . . !..' r v . S.'AM!' I, and Ar.i.s. i ne inuniicr,"' 44 Mv o.iiig ioi conuuence n, the i hmor u the tavern and two ero" ?hops . ' 1. ii e . i . . . . . , i , . v - i i . . o i . , . . . . . I . . . i i ' :-nnty. ! ready nnd olVcd.-nt mibli- MV,.-r We of acres taken at tnc i.ano wmee unoer , "l ? vtimuo me measure lt.-elt, j The leaders of the women were two who '"! :, : (: ..,' understand his el dn.s rn. ,, vh. tlie new l.md law up to the i:tit ot March .a is seal, , had HilTcrcd with drunken husbands. ,riJ N.:w HAMrs.,:i:.-L, turns J'o..i J,,. n !m( uh i( ( js ,77 nmo;int.ng to 8:i J he l re.sident, totally oblivious of the ! pat they have gone not a step towards f , town.g.vi. Ham:, hop., ...1 ; - . a a,,,, .ty p m Vrm M, 7uyn Th 1,1 'J . ! correcting the Jvil; for the casks were no Put sixmo, town, n main to be heard , SNrrr.-Mr. Wa,, in his necnt tart , . f 1,,AX"' I e unrd t irk vT'!t h i Ul,,r"1ll,lol,lt; ' .l tril.ul.i- i doubt iimnediatcly replenished. I from. Alltli-menib.isol ih.e(.uuncilare M;(,,l, j,, tnvAe, t ,p d th.t vie n tnal "f ,1u ".n, Leonai.l Stirkueath- tion, and redoubling bis cllorts with en- l"'i Pepublieans. 'Ihe Senate Mands J) ihp.jMr. Pmhinan takes- snulf ,Urv 'true . ll' f r ,1k' ,nu,r ',1 i " 'iat,1 crKtic desperation. It is too hto ! Just. t a?- Pont rob yourself," ns the farmer r-,to o Pern, and the Hoi c Pb lbT. toPCJ p, -.nocr.it .hould sneeze, r,r b-r, I o-i of ba b. en concluded, the jury rendering n ice and true Popuhr Sovcreiontv are o aid to the hwver who called him hard ivm jtheparfv. . crdmt i man suugiuci. i tno ,Ve o triumph. I names.