Newspaper of The New York Herald, August 25, 1855, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated August 25, 1855 Page 1
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THE NEW YORK HERALD. WHOLE NO. 6987. THIRD EDITION-SATURDAY, AUGUST 25, 1855.-THREE O'CLOCK P. M. PRICE TWO CENTS. RATIONAL DEMOCBATIC STATE CONVENTION. The Hard Shells in Convention In Syraease. LIST OF ?ELEGATE9. Names of Candidates Nominated, Ac., 1c., &c. FIRST DAY'S PROCEEDINGS. The delegates to the State Convention of the National Democracy of New York, of the hard or anti-admlnistra tion (tripe, met at 12 o'clock. M., on Thursday, the 23d, in Wietlng Hall, Syracuse. There lu?d been an informal meeting at 0 o'clock A. M.. in the dining room of the Syracuse House, at which the appointment of temporary officers woe made. No subject of any importance, other than that, was brought on the tapU there. The attendance of dclefntes was very full. The num ber elected waa 128, and there seemed to be about 120 present. They appeared to be a highly Intelligent and .espoctable bodj of men. The meeting was called to or rter by Mr. Lro.v, of Utlca, who proposed the name of Au gustus Schell as temporary chairman. A motion was made to appoint a committee of two to notify Mr. Schell of his appointment as temporary chair man, and to Inform him that the contention was in sec tion. An amendment was moved that that committee report on the 4th of July next. The amendment was insisted on, but voted down, and the original motion was adopted. Mr. Hatikin and Dr. Cooke were appointed such com mittee to wait on Mr. Schell. There being some delay experienced in the coming in Of the chairman, if was moved ^liat another committee be appointed to wait upon lilm and Inform him that the convention was in session. Mr. NAnrw hoped that Mr. Ha<kin and Dr. Cooke would not be deprived or the honor of waiting on Mr. Schell. After a few moments Mr. Sthell entered, and was re ceived with applause. He stated the business in order to lie the appointment of secretaries to the convention. Messrs. John R Nafew, of Albany. andH. P. Wilcox, of Chautauque, were appointed such secretaries. The C'ilajbma v then addressed the Convention. He ?aid:? Gentlemen of the Convention:? rn aeeepiJnjt the posi l on which your partiality lias ac signed to me. you will EPirrat me io congratulate yo.i on the object- which you i:ve in view in a- embllng in convention this <lay, and also mi the patriotic reeling which actuates you In the discharge ol your duty. (Applaue.) The national de mocrnts <? the Mate are now, as l.i t:mes past, prepared to ceclaie their principles, to nominate th-ir candidates for office, nnd to enter into ti1 > cam' ai^n with the de termination to succeed. (Applause.) The principles Wihcn yi'u advocatn are those on which tb? constitution is bared and by which the luion and the Staves i? to b? perpetuated. (Apjilo use.) Tin' present time calls for tneir Iiolu and uistinet enunciation. In our own State, ? 'i in otter Slates, effort are being made ti p 'rfect that ?rcat sectional pnriy nh ch was originated in Buffal ., in 848. and which now unites In ii? organisation all who ?re opposed to the prineiplcs which we advocate. Thcy wJI present to the country the great -sue of nationality or sectionalism, oi' t'nion or di union. an<l we shall be prepared to meol it. (A i :aiiKe.) Othe ? nuostlons o'' freat Importance wdl be pre >t u to y?ur con idera ion. lue democratic prrty oi'tlie 1'uio.i is now, asever Opporrd to tb<4)^ i" . of sjmptui y law-, subjecting the houses and places o,' business (.f our eltiz. ns to arbi trary visitation. It I- op,K>sed to all Icg sUtlou which riolates the hospiinl'iri guarantee I by the constitution and lavs to adop.'cd citizens <(r which proserihes them for their | lace of birth or religion < faith. (l/mrt hurras, >D'l protracted vod'errtlons of an In use.; I thank you for tfce henor you have conferred upon me, an. I 1 1 rust that ibo true spirit of patriotism and concord will cha racterize your deliberations, and will secure the triumph *?f the democratic party to which w?* -i-n/ieo. < .<?> l>km 0.) Mr. D. E. Sickles, of N. V., moved that a committee ot tee from each Judicial district be appointed, to nominate permanent offiocrs of the convention. The point of order was raised that the convention was ?o' v fully organized, as the names of delegate- had no been called. Mr. withdrew his motion until the ii*t of <lele |C'C? should have been called. The lists were called, and the following gentlemen an awered to their names: ? /Unity ? Willeit Pearle; Is' ; John S. Nafew, 2d: Sam. G. Courtney, 3d; S. S. Wet nail, 4th. Ailrfan;/ ? E. W. I'arle- and S. Wilson. Vrr.nmr? George I arilett. CoHarnvgw ? I. J. Wheeler and Itnniel Judd. Cayuga ? C. W. Pomeroy and : N. Downs. f'hntavtjvr ? T. A. Osliorn and 11. !'. Wilcox Chrmviig ? I.yman Covell. Chenango ? It. A. Curtis, 1st; Win. (5. Sands. 2d. (Union ? None. IMvmlia ? Edwin Hoes and Joseph B. Monell. 0?VantU ? S. fl. HatbavTay. fXIr.irnre ? Wm. i'eters, 1st; Sam. B. Champion 2d. IHitrli'w ? P. IV Al'.en. I . IJ. Osborn ard I'. A. Ro ?' Kiv ? Hy. W. Rogers. 1 t: Horatio N. Walker. 2d; iiar msn S. Cutting. 3<1; J. M. Southwortb, 4th. Bvx ? None. Fro-nklin ? N one . Fultim ami UamiUnn-Ul. A. Newkirk. fioirttr-Janici O. SUepavd, 1st ; Elijah nerrlck, 2d. Orrnr ? None. Iferkimrr? Suin'l Carle. 1st- Wm. Johnson 2d. Jrfrrtr/n? Win. Carlyle, I.y ander H. Brown, and C. S. FieAerlck. A~i'ii? ? Pih> er, T. S. nerijen, P. Aitkcn. Wm. R. Hun plirey ant N. T. W.lllatn?. I.'v it? Note. iniay?(im ? Anthony G. Miller and McNeil Seymour. Ma'lifon? V. M. Whi.mau and S. G. Mott. If '..tri* ? Henry Norraan. Luther 11. Hovey, Wm. R. Skldinore. A'V York? J. V'. RWWhurn, 1st; Tho?. J. Barr 2<1; Wm. I hillips. W ? V. B. Hart. 4th: (leo. K. Alden, r>tb. John t. Ha?'..iii. ?. Geo. S. Sii'.le*. 7th; Joseph M. I^wrenct. 6th; Jo'n 'o ti< r, 9tb: Wm A. Turnure, lOih; Aialii 1 S. l*vy. 11 U; llan'l E. Sirkle*, 12th; AuyustuK Bchei! lG'.h: H , 'i \ ard. Mth; James B. Bensell 15th; ard I'. P. Icylov. lcih. Afcntgt man? ? H. Facia. A\a< era ? Hierman McLean. R. H. Baughton. O/i' B. II. V iihams, Alvab Wheaton and David Moulion. ('<i elii's Van Alstine C. R. I'ottcr. Saad ford C. FaiI.er ?? hn A. <!reen. Onlnrio? S. 11. l acier. On npt ? C. 1' tc-lknap. l?t; r.Ubert J. Beebee, 2d; and Sam I i'owler, 1 1. Orl'int? F-iraUo R. Hniriie . ? Will, let is erd <?. II Whiiney <Jeo. Clrrke, J. ||. 8""tt and R S. B>iime. /*w;?(im ? J. P. Utile. Qw< vr ? I,. O. topers. Rwlarr ? J. I.. Van Voltenburgh, J. T. firant and J. B I1ers<.n. Rid.imrr.d ? Richard P. I.ittle. Bixklan'i ? XithoUs I Vnrelf. Mi. f awrenct? Simeon fia/l< :ou, Thomas Bacon, and J. C. i , tDCf. furafnr.a ? Isaiah Bio >d, 1st. and Cliarles S. Lester, 2>1. Srh^nrrlaily -t: '. u Kmitli. H bnhari* ? N. V. I ???s^ .er. Mrnra? ?Samuel Dr {9niLm?J. C. llor-e, H. If. Hyde, anil A. Van wickle. Hir n ;,n<| Kculx>o Edwards, Jr. thilliron ? Amos V .-be< Iey. JY'.'yn ? Erastvs I.?o?. fbnpl(n??N. V. Williams. litter ? Hamrel Ifclntyre and George A. Shufrlt. Worrrn ? C. H. laxtm. H'athinrf'in?O.Coukr. 1st: 'hriHe Clark. 2d. Woyn' ? f.eorge V<' Cramer and T Dickinson. W<itrh'Mer ? A. B. Tappan. Ismiel C. Birds* II. and J T. Toe. (fi/ominr ? A. /. Stephen-. Mf ? .N. Bapk y. Total iiuml?-r oi delegates pre^nt 110 Ab'ent 9 Elected 12S Tlierc were two delegates present contesting a seat for the flinty of Westchester, namely A. B. Tappan and | O. T. Yoe. It wa- moved that a committee of Ave be appointed to tev?*tic*teUiei.-eiclent>at ?u<l report which *as the " dtU-rl". A <!' lecute p. o ??ed that the two eonte?e*nt? ?hould 4iel'.re ? i < Is r tliey lo i voUd for tltvene (' Hr?,r?on at the I- t election, and ilia he wjg liid should be declared delegate. Both the contesting rent' men der)*re<! wltb much ve he-.ner re (iia- ti ". h <t ea< \ v...ed f.?r (ireene C. Broa?oa ad the wh<iie ticket. (lA'ighU.-.) Tlw motion (o. .be appol itraent of a committee of five was nil l and csri^-d, and the following person- were sp. pointed t-uh commU.ce:? M'?r-. Spencer Nafew, 7?t fen f'o*l?r an<i I i- . 1 e muUooot Mr.Sit kl< 1 wa? renewed > y Ju'hrs fk w> ? of Cj fo ur f R. n**r of N Y -ubmirted th-t th- ffenti ??n a?ti. tt-eg" khould v.itl dr?7. hi- mot 'n. -o a* f let ?. Sc. ? renew it. It ,w> *u?j)iekitt- that aneh anitietj nianife?>eJ at>out it. and be *b' of! re* i litti-: c< urteouf J. '^e R.iwardiFarowei any intention tr f e { *? jou< Mi S h.'. ' :.d< . 'it, wl.< ? t -a f. ' - (?tdet ii' bad ?... ? . pi' ?, Vr - ?.se aa< not ? -?? -,v a ; r ' ' ' ? ? ' attach impoitanrs t' i?r. i entis'' Its was 11 .<?'* ' in fav? ti iat'stag '.he m?t.s n of ?he gca> ta?? tr: a Itr-ego be put, although he would hare thought It fairer it that gentleman woul.t allow him to renew bis mo.ion. Hie ouention ww put and the motion wax agreed to. e rollowirg ccntlenr.'u we. e appointed nu< h commit- ' lee. lo nomlna e permaticnt offlcers of the convention:? "'Wif, of Otsego: I>. V. Sickles, of New York, C. noope.-. or King*; J. u. Iicrson, oi Rensselaer, C. S. U-Hter, ofSnn.toga;S. Eurle, of Herkimer; McNeil Sev uioiir. of I rings ton; and T. A. Oaborn of Cliautauque. I I lien. on motion, the convention, at 1U o'clock 1'. M. ad?ouiucd, to meet at 3 o'clock I'. M. I _ ? AKTRRNOOM SESSION. The Convention rc-assembled at 3 1'. M. The Chairman of the Commit tee on Credential* reported that they had examined the credentials or the two content ing delegates from Wentehenter county, and ascertained that on account of the change made in the day for the Convention, neither were elect*) on the regular day fixed, but they recommended the following resolution;? Unsolved. That both delegates Mr. Yoe and Mr. Bird Ball, be received as members of this convention. The resolntion was adopted. The Chairman of the Committee on Organization report ed the following names aa permanent officers of the con vent ion ;? PIIWll)K.\T. HK.N R\ W. ill Hi KflS ol' Buffalo. Vies nuuinKMu. DuL a' Ln;.w.ar^: Ne*' York, 6. William Lew's, Oswego, o' i ~ Kings, 8. l.yman C ivell, Chemung. 3. I. O. Grant. Rensi-elaer, 7. S. H. i'urker, Ontario, ,"alah Www. -Saratoga, 8. A. S. Steven.., Wyoming. t HWREIMRIMI. A'!'.nD/' J- Spencer, St. lawrence, C. T. AMcn, New ^ork, g. B. Champion, D 'laware. HKnoKlvr-AT-ARM-i. James Nesbitt, New. York. Tlio question was put, and the report was unanimously adopted. Mr. Mcl ean, of Niagara, ami Mr. Monell, of Columbia, were appointed to conduct the 1'resident to the chair. Mr. Kogekh was thereupon conducted to the chair, and was received with much applause. He said:? ( entlcmen of the Convention? I thank you for the uonor yoe lv ve done r.e in selecting me r> prov.il ? over yo-ir i.cliberat'on.i. I l ave no knowledge of, and verv li.i'.e experience in pe. i'rmontnry procoeodinga and I am tlieietore comnollc 1 to eik, in ad.ence. your aid and your forbearance, or i can only 1io;i? to make up in good intentions tvlir I I lack in ability im e presiding o/fi- I cer. (.'entleinen, re b-7e 1 ;n ?ent 1 r-o by our eon- i stituenls o.i no un'n. oriant errand. 1, will become our duty to revise, an'1. 1 need be, to reconstruct, our plal rorm; r: any rate, to reasrc I our principles, and to nre sen', or el ves before tho country as a vigorous, moving livqy ujujhui) partv (fiji|)IaiiM?), l.as??<l upon the m-inci p e n ..caerson and Jackson. l et us (nil I that trust |ik< i, c.:? inanlully. c'f iiily and wholly. We invite all those r/ho agree wil'i ns in sentiment, who are with us. oi ti-. am. likoiifl to si and by our rau-o ami fight und.*r our brnner. l ot us i 'oet with scorn every dishonorable proposition to conle to with any faction or party for the nieio purpo.se of j.olliicr.l profit. (Tremendous applause.) Let our motto wilier be? "I'nion upon principles? no coalition for s Is. " (Ilonotred epplanse.) It Is not un ill ely gentlemen, that in the progress of our discus-Ions differences or opinion niayn ,' e? possibly an earnest con flict of views. Allow me, |lben, to counsel moderation conciliation and forlioarauee, n<i to express tho hope that the doings of this convention will strengtlien the faith nod confidence ol every one of us, and result in closely uniting us in a \lgorom dctcrminatioa tostand l.y our principles, rome what may. ("Applaus ?.) Ihe unusually large a ilondanee of delegate* here, from almost every section ol' the Ktiuo, demonstrates that tho national di mocraOc pi rty or New York still lives, and that ils council fires still burn. (Applause.) I^t, there fore, no past diacou r agements le -en our zed or induce us to rtlrx oui efforts to onsuro? or il not to ensure, at 1 st to tie ei ve, miccc - 1. Surely, gentlemen, tlie future is not without hope and promi-e. Mr. AV \ ;n, of New York, moved tlmt ac >mmlttee of one from eae'i Judicial district b<' a.'jsiiu 1 to draft re soltil'oui ail', a platform. Mr. I). E SH'KfRS moved to amend, by making the com mittee e< n-i t of I i/o ii i'in each Judicial district. Mr . W.i :i> i ut-ideied thrt huge committee* were un neec- ary. and hoped the ameniunent would not be ac cepted. Mr. !>. 1". Su Kits concurred in the statement of his eol lengue thai . as a genera rule, small committc were de siiablc.^ II was so only in executive matters. Hut where the object is (If liberation, and the embodituoni in a platfonn of such principles as will com- mmi the co operation of the pui ly throughout tlie State, then tlie larger 1* committee the lM'tter. If the object was only to biing iu a ? i ol resolu' ons, already piepared, a com mittee * one wou. j nui&?*i Wif let a 1* rL*e conimH ??'? be uppolntf i who will consider and d'e c:i- s matters, and bring in well welgbetl resolution-, and such would In itio, e certain of -uppoit. lie trn-t'd his ?uicii'liii*n. would meet tl'O approval of the body. Mr. CimNO. of Krie, agn-i >1 with the vi-wn of Mr. Sickles. He tnouvlit th:?t this v;a an itnpoilnul coin mittee, and should con- is t of Ihe usual number two from each Judicii 1 district, 'll.ey v. .-re to adopt anew plal form, and their princip'e- -h'-uld be \ eighe.1 and matured car luily: and therein ?> they should not only have two from each .ludlcisl distiict, but they should have two men carefully s' l"cted. who would inspire the utmost conflf'ence In the party In talking wi'?i various gentlemen today, he found that they had all differed In their view- of ho v these prini i- l ? should be e . pi i . cd. Itegarsl' ? n t ontv prccdent but e\| ediencv he c i .sideied tin \ ' oUl,, hi". : nt le.i-t two fiom each Judlcic! district in the proposed committee. A delegate fiooi <Hm i sii]>>oried the original mo tion. Mr. ' u: vit.t.K Ci .ahkk of V a -hington. undei tmsl there were to be p double ? i.rt of a committee here, utid he le sired the gen:' man w'o Introduced the amendment would -ay whet :. means bv it. If it means that those who lu.ve hew for twenty-ii . e years hsve enne hii-e to fritter away t ' iv idea- an I principle- he wished to Unow it. I! would rather liv.? under a monarchy than under a man) heio' d tyrant. Mr. Skuikb rose to explain. The motion Wore the ci mmit See he said, i*. fn; I lie up, sunt men! o,"a commit f one from each Judicial district and he l?r. S.. h -.i. moved as an aue ndment, that it con-i-i of two, for th- pui pi.se of ft 'ler di: cusslon and of more mature deliberation. Mr. Ci.AK.Kf? Is that all, sir ? Mr. Suxiit?' nut |. all. -ir. Mr. Cl> kke? Then I have nothing more to say. The nuefdlou wa- put on the amendment, and it was he i. Ayes r>C ? noes r>7. The cjuesliou then recurred on the original motion, and it v.'it r "opted. The tii ii man then reported the following persons u sucli committee, \in:? I?f-t 1, Klij h Ward, of V. > -J, C. I. Bell. nap "I Ontario; 3, S. (i. Courtney, of Albany 4, Joi n C. ?, .icer St. 1 awrcuc.->; 6, John A. fireene (monduc ? ?? I llart'ei; ?.f Rrwuue 7,.-' C I'aik. i of Oni .- e;< a .8, l;. H. L ?usiiUm, or M; :nia. Mr. I vim- , of Oran re mn i thai a comiuitte< of like nun .or be .'i|> linted lor 'bo purpose of drafting and pr - fccnti",7 to i his convention an a'ldre??. 1 '* ..ii' ion v a- adopt/ '. nno the foTlov. ing genl ? IU''Q wei' ? ii ? ?! -in di r ?. ui, te. :? lintrict I Wm, A lur nuie o. >' ?? York S. I oi 1 - of Orah - ?; .'1, K li.s.s, of f'oluin .a , 4 ? 'rvill < Uashicrton ft .-anil fjirie. of Heikltne: fi f . N V. hitman of M?. : - ? <n . T II. M. Hyde of Steu' en; 8, fl. \. Hughes, of Orleans. Mr Or\ ille ( I . d ? n"d to act on thai eommldei Mr. Isaiali Blood, ol Haratofa. wa- >uijstitutci for Mr. Clark ilr. I mm.. H Tavioh moved tha* the eonventlon *ke u rece ? till r,i o'clock -o as to enable ihe committee to re[K.rf . (i rim of ''Make it fiie"? '??tx''??"?eveti ") M Taylor consented to alter hi? motion -o a- to -ul at it ut > . i < n o'clock. The i|iie-t ion wa- put. nn.l the motion to ta'..- a n ? e. . till seven o'clock, was carried. IVKXIMO mCSHIOM. The Convention re a'M>mble<l .it ?e\en o'clock JV M Mr. Wakd. of New V'ork, rejiorled, lr< m the (ouniilt tee on Resolution*, a neiie- unanimously reeotaniemb-d by the Committee. N.me of them were recelvid with much applause. [The resolutions were published in yes terday ? Hekaui.) It w.i moved and seconded that the resolutions be adopted. Mr I?. F.. Hh Kt i* of New York had listened * th pie v sure to each of the resolutions, ami had only to regret that a platform, partly constructed so well, was no' com pleted in the same desirable manner and tenor. The rerrdutlons are quite a remarkable for wh?t thev omit as for what they eoatri. . Tlie memtiers mu-t have no ticed the omt . i> n i t ail reform** to tlw Kanaas-Ne bra-sa act, He r.-tne tiei-e resolved In common with Mie other member* of the convntion, to ad ere (irmly and s'eadla tly v every article of the democratic creed us t.roii -sol and I ought for In < year-. He came here to help n < s -r) ing out the ~lo- .on contest . onunenrs-l In W'S. That c intes t w. not en led? scarcely began. Th' v bad never t.'ll now r"en the two section of the I'liion combining y^ln-t l'u c n??ltutlon or the great den o' rati" pa rtj of the f'nlori divide.1 an " li.froeted an. una- ! ? to cope wilh that which thrriter. the ?<>ace of tl.i country arid the pernet ity of the I'nion It was for them to urvey the Held ot nction. and ix. whether there couli not be some means eap'oyed whereby the democrat* wb'. are op;s.-cd to ~.eet.on.il(?m mfgh'. net aco.mpli'h r union on pr oeiple. Th-.' 1; the i nfv Kilt (l! pr.ri'it ' ' |.e would countenence 11 ' fcs/J given pro..!- >< hi- hi' tilfiy to coalition*. He had done ?" in HU8. 1! c!i.. e.ed th> honor 'if refusip? tb?r lo h t?uin i by a h'urtl.s- emit "i wl, . h onlj t *!?< !- arid pi i:i >- H'-wr s : lien faithfully der> r.' inf '?oslition- wl.i'fi I ? vli? denounce then ut were stient 11.- - 1 * h . i,. .* on t'ie -nuie (rround &* he if / then t'i fi 'li ved ' . ? . . i, "ii .on for pro-ie t r.? a 100 n tt< i)ein?rati' ? ot, prin- me anu th< ?fuld !"? t>:.' to it ? * ' won1; n ' ? t, t . Il then ile? to attain that ?|ori< o* res lit lo, us. -i,'1, eafi ib <te! ...'i?!. 'j -u >.?? ' ? 'n-i'1 I is*- ih- conventtin t S.i' tbej wi call y *r, I k'l a 1 J Will tr ?!. .!* fi.e . >n ? "f fill I * * ' in in 1 the ?leoi'-eri,4 ; - pa-* v < ' *M s* " *' ?>' .V.. ? n- In I Ihe; w? r Ib'1' .J| .' r< ? t-.i... pw'e fr I ? . ' r,"' I d'e .. .e-t' ? -i,e .? ? (t 'U " .? ?' T p ' - ' 1* V '' ' '? ??? Mtbful . f-.ught o . - p'lr.c < \ ? ? .i .:?? ? the ? .? ?. .. . b.Wi *?' d'V.sfrn r'lJM ar , fr, ., '? n ? *-t' 'I < \ > !?e becrjae tb* 7*trar. **4 I almost entirely the gallant and true men of the party. It wan a well rronru'ed disappointment. But thai was the length and breadth of the can**. That division was alio increased by the out rare* committed by bands of bullies on the convention oi the party. Those are the causes which brought about the division. He would concede that for the time )>eing. they could do uo other wise tlu**? refube to Hit with those *ho brought bullies along with them. But since that time great question* of public policy have arisen. Important ones* ous of State ervl national policy have arisen. The Hrehldential can vass of lftftti is before us. The fljjht of 1862 has got to bo fought over. The compromise measures have ceased to nercise the healing influence which they then did, and that battle has to be fought over Again. Mr. Se ward has organ hied his cohorts to uphold all the Isms ef the ?'ay, for the purpose of divioing the democracy. Vhi.tare there iahUcHY K\eryl>ody understands thein. The JUk,iv^s Nebraska bill was passed wince the division of 1955. It is a measure in which we cannot desert the advocate* ot Territorial sovereignty. It i' founded on principles uhlch will be found, in substance, in the address of the democratic party of the State o? Sew York, iu 1847, I hen, the Know Nothing organisation has sprung up. It Is a party %Nlu?-e fundamental principles arc iu diametrical hostility to tin principle.' oft! e demo cratic faith. It proscribes men on account or their birth place and religious taith. What are ^edoins while these hostile <?rg:ani*atioiiK are carrying ? ate alter State and city after city fr We are C|Uarrelling after minor a.'mirs, questions of {terminal ambition, instead of rising and htrlking to the dust these mushroom opponents of liber ty and freedom. He trusted that, as uemocrats and pa triots, they would unite their forces against the u* opt >s ing elements, Kven as |K?lU'cianM tney should be too smart to be nominating, year after vear. tickets for the purpose of seeding them defeated. All who are opposed to these hms should unite iu one ticket against* those jobbers and robbers who iattenon the public treasury, snd J? gainst tho.-e wh'i would uproot the very pillars of the constitution. This, he thought, v\aa the public R'uti mentoftho masses. They should throw open wldf the gates of their balls nnd/e ?. ive cordially and frankly alt who ngree with tin in on principle, and treat \hemas equals ii'thcy choose to co-operate with them for he e. ? tablishment oi democratic superiority. That resolution which was recommended, might bring in a feir votes' here and there, but it would have no general e/ect. If the oi,hcr branch of the democratic party shoult' .ulorse their platiorm. as somo believ* * they woud, they should have a broader invitation. It was right for thU partv, meeting first, to initiate this movement of pro moting unity. The re^pousibility lay on them of adopt ing a course which is either to secure the triumph of the democratic party in tin's contest and in that of or of hating fastened on them the obloquy of defeat. When they came t ? ? Cineinuat ti next .June, they ivould lie a.^kc 1 why they had not ext-iilel the oliv branch to those who screed with them on principle, and t'uis sa,e ti city of New Yo k to tin* I nion. How sLo '11 thai cue. ion bo answered Y Should they say that priiV proven tl cm, or that indeed they were prevented from uoin "j o J>y those w.'io ex4 octed to derive snne per sonal p out froiu the rivi Ion t They should ? hov in t'itj* clnncti tin t tbey had acted loyally and truly. K i< he cau. e the resolutions which have b.on read fad short of the 'jene'es of the occasion and the Uhkm ihit i demur i" i? . ? inefficiency. It f good, so ferae it goes, but I deru .o/ o further. II deals too much in general! tes. bul 1 . that j Hut for all practical purpo^ M the plat form i mtii 'y ileiit as ; > all questions of fusion. Sup pose our call for the 6th September had remained as it was, r?i- the contention of *JlMi August ha? adopted a sound and nations! platiorm, and extended ar? invitation to us to co-opcrc.te with them In the nomination of a ticket, could we, i.'vre reject' d stub a proposition, main tr ?ii our position before the rnas e*f A l'Ki/' jiir ? Ves. (Groat applau \) Mr. Sick i f*; ? i respectfully differ with that gentleman, ai 1 tl to? lie and tin's con vcn. ion will find their entire mi >!.< . f icpcat my prop* . iu'ou, and I nay that iu such r state of In^i we never cuil I sustain ourselve* among cur constituents or an >t>/ the national party of the I'nion for our rejection of that o/ertur . We can afturd an occr ion to our rive's, and IT they reject our overture, how ci n they su tin their action liefore the people ? When they are ashed at ( ineinnati why tliey rejected that offer and opportuni y of union, they would have nothing to an-W? r and tliev world be ex pelled from that convent tin. I do not mean by union a coalition, not like that supported hy thou ssnils iu lT-'O, but r union on principle. That i? the cjee tii n which oug* to be p c ? oled. Such a course will be bailed with evuUaiion o;f the masse, ; and If our rix a I i j? ct our overtu e they w nuld be scout* >1 and de serted by tho mass/", the veil would b? t? rn frotu 1' i and their hypocri.-y expo. e l. So this measure which I propose is desirable and advantageous i ic ery way. Now. i desire to this present convent ion au <?pi?ort unity to ox pres.- theii ? cement on this que tfon. I ?? gret ibatiLcould not have b enoi c.r-scdli, tin Coinmifte?,oii Iles'dutio.i 1 tried to h. ve that eonniii.t e en largwl so as tha? it mighi. probably embrace some person who enter lain* these* roe view* with me. Myvlcw-inthi resp^'t a e no secret. ? sm wfDfng to nrga and test them and if th' v are d; '. f iotrafed to l??* unwi-e I am willing toy i ehl. 1 1?: ' loti^h! the l>stile of fie nn.'huiaf devimerr y in this Mate Trom first t?? last. ! hav?- locelvel nothing at i:?ban^- and a for nothing h.ii the honor of l>eb??ig :ng to that gallcnt pi:rtv. Hut I implore thi- convention toco ider ?h?' dnsger wliieh impend ove* the National and State governnie its. and say v.iih me whether there i ? not seme modo )>/ wh'c?i ti e di^a ters ran l?e avert* ed* 1 tldn'. there K such n nnsle. There may f> ? to be sure, some difficulty hi details. 1 hav la-eji fluid ? ! by my own te^oeJloiH and hy consultation, ?nd 1 ulenii to [ tl convention a j?ro, osiilon which I prr?u ?*e to read; ? | involved, lha. tb' convi-ntlon, actuated by a patriotic desire to le-cstabli-h tbo a cendaney ^?f the democratic i pr ? ly and hereby defi p. the fratricidal efforts of the *hig* of New York'to form a Northern sectional organization, combininffthe various frnatieal an 1 ? sfig*'ro?i< i - I tie* day heitby. ii a frcnUaul cordb 1 ^|4ri of democratic bro h"rVioo<i vi ? the conven i.>:i which i** to hsh? mbb* si Syvaeus < he 2t)ih i n - 1 . to jfdn this < -nvention in af. ming tie o incip'es emlH?<" ??; in ?e platform t?y us a?Ue ted and in c. the said convention *hall so concur and -bah also provld for the Joint nondna '? <n of an ec|Ual ??ortio|| of the ticket for State officers to l>e sup ported at the ensuing ele< t ion, th'it the Stste t Central (oil) mi ice hpe ,ip<, er d to withdraw one half of the ticket p'oj * >? d ' tin* co vention and to take such fuither or other action in the premise- as uui) Adeemed be-t calculated to ensure the triumph of our principles. The . ' rtion of the resolution referring to tl* half ticket was received with hi^es, i temping of feet, and other demonstretions of disffcw ?r. Mr. Su Kijqf? 'I he more legltirnate mode of con fe?fing niy proposith?n would he |?^ vot? I/*t men vo e with their head* and noi tbH be- la. 1 r tn no wedded to the details o| 4ifiis propfsitti#?n It i ou?* c? i' variou i mooes by wh.ch the object a hich f have at her i t can 1h? obtalnwl. If any !? -iter proposi tion l?e roa' e to t>rl use alanit ttie ?anie end, I am satisfied. Atii* ci n e ? My osn V2rl.m to < ompli^h this en 1 1 cr'l upon tl wisdom ofthistn?dv Ut impr?>/e, to m siifv ar t fc reel the pro|Si?itiou. a ' fog only for myself the bon??. of tnegi i ? .'If which I d- -ire vo scroniplisb ? the irii.ro It o -)i party i i 1' I ubmlt thi? irsolii tir.n to l?e 0' led t/? ttjowji of the com .ottee; or rsf^e , F move tl c?t ttie resotutlotis b< re o? .*? ? . t ! to the ( ,o mittee on Rr * iti*?n" v i.h in?ti n ion o re ?r* baek that re dutfoo Wh'ch 1 lie are' :il o t ? r ; *?r? ? re-olu?e n sfflrndng our sup?Kii^ - ' e Krrnsa Nehru -ka bid ant'o.i' 'ieten.r n ition ? ? i, !]? eft i ? all the e who rlin ?? it - de.-tro* ' o Hie que-tinn was fnrthe hv d Mr fi. II. BYin of Hcuben. re^pi. uled to the speech of M S- kle* He M no m' i? -i? ' 'or-r !. ? ?? ? .i bound to -u-tfiin t ? i ? ' i n -frat'on i did Is think that the -},o f> m t*i proj of the tfet tb men fi*?m >'? r Y#- ' !> v i i w.? n? ti??n ot ofrtee It bad son??*tJ? 'r.pr t" do with Ibe ha 1 f * ' Id iwh * h. ? m? ! e u < ???-es- e?i. They i at i not o -o ?fi*n *nd ?i e?? th?*r Tre.it to tb ? -lo'-n tion a\ Oniinna' i and j re ?-n M ' he rnsetv?*, their g-?od J? V I if ' -i, it . . ?n*'d !'u*? t '.r7 : :r.\?> v ???M n?#t be i? ?-?; Whrr inh'et vr oi l it '<? to v to tht- thu* w vfrnM -??p?M rl half their ticket IT \)i*% would en ? e< fp'c T Ite sure they wouH fesnts ot M their esndi n an abb p^ecb the ? i w5' Vi lii" ?? "f th? v!-v ' '? ij * *?i ??? H ** i' ?i. Priit i1 )lf lift . dqi) ? . IU' 'f 'H,.* t til' lir '.ft' I'lsl f i ?> vl It" v ?Wt Bf'pni'l Ii" """ tr> ?n. ? r- i.:>" t(. i prthiij.l It - '* ? n yn.mlnrat frutnf '? ????,> ??. t'?dl?e 1 y iffiy |tt iY}>" a ?>''?!? 'i-m It > w. h? - tot-iiii.m i 11"' c t>rr. "fit '.i t'? * ii. ? ftU tli" f' ' (ti I'.n i'v in 1-1.- Bii tip ? l? lb<"P r<- n1i'.n< h.i'l n.util'ifl > lilt'.- BK?? U > n '. ttinn.'i' It tin* 1-"?n "'.jW' 'i tl "lie ti ? toteVif tl ri^hti, ?>'. '? - r'.to? f-itwIcM.; t n *? e-iv in' Imn' !i ?* no' fi'h i ? ?. In; :i r .. va- i by t!." p?f'j * jf*.r ? Kt?i tl? " ' tbfTn-^vp. )i/"l a'lnpV't r r .lull n "n tlia' an I 1 ?!? twlw tv 'trCinif I *'? v;(>r? t > B.lnp'. t. . 1- ? re*, 'utl'.n jm i wouM fln.t lb" in <n m.i an-' ng mohltllDf *'?' p' '>*r ?h<- ' - . of th * luMi-lWriukl act. B? wvtf* } tn <traw up a rfo!ut;on n?r?'j? ng ti i ?. ''r;. th-tr f>pp.nrni%? tt>? r"r*i of th K ? ? ' ?k art 11m' rnolu'inn '<i tnf ?n,ij""t ..f 'I " '1 .? t i . i* f law U bri?T an i tirU'irnt. H" ?n i a ! t1.'' ' * ?!" tion, but h.? would r*lb"r tt' ? a ?> n I n: ' Ths*t act *? a blow at tt > ? i ' I ? v ~<b? IHilltlw if tbg aaoyl* Tlir n<irab> of II .i: mm who ?opt*' -rt* CS?r*? f1* <> T?tn .t . f tl. - c?nnot b?> ??tuiiat?<l it ni<** tlinr.

iUom wtm. Th?y had, T' n. Mria ' th? ?tronf*t ?f tbr ! ? jM'.. v"o h? tbd^bt tk?' r-?< biOoo ou?'t' U> i<- -mf h t.t !.*?? i.ffUf>.T. H" -< uw mi* tii?tr for ?or of rr,*n nb?t?n>r. It" t iiH"? >hM ? ti ' tl." Know Mtthlnfc H**** O'jI a w v ' heb?'l<T??l aoot f<f b'? conHtltb?!it- It w I ?"? tb*r?f'r'?1 t! at th-r nbMiirt t!* ?li. - ' 'I. t th"'r prloeip!-* in bmllfltr to Kn w SoUt ntri n (U wmi'.t j row? ? *n am?o>l th- ? ua? n-lro-nt b; t t V- th? IblV.wtnf M- d \ . m ?agMi i#i| th^>. h" t lull 4 t i fnrlt r !-t>- ?? ? ?*i- e> ninttt*- to rff rt h'? ?;? o M' iwjbw tnlaeiMtl'k th*t rr- t ? m. ??? C""' -! t r"?'l a " b!.<yl tad tiiao1!*! rt- . ti Kaow V'.t'i mc ?. Tli .t*nt that th* - i > ? -i- ' ' j th" if?nt > n-.n fron '"rangw, w * . n 4 nl?r M f: ?r-XD f( flimw. * ? ?. t 'i ? r* '? ' . ? ;?1 w(j *o-1 "+A ?n? t; ? ?' ?' .a j -T c ?p*ak to UlTt Si > / ? . ' ? ' M ? i* lV ' 4 .t wr z'A fm ?*' - nrt l Ui - - ; . m'nJ* * Mr. Hahkist, of New York, propohed, ioanuiuch M the Committee on ftomdutiuiui inid omitted to nropo e it n>"n lotion eorilcmiuitory of the ?dmiulatrellcn. to rami a resolution wlii'li ho hail prepared to that effect. Such an onixnlon, 1>p thought, would not and could not Itt ii?r?lor< d. To him. opposition to the adminJatratlon w.n th? cornor stone of their organization. It was to w len the party* ax oiynnized iu 1M3, when the adininl-ira t loo Jntcrf n il with thrlr deliberation* by Heading in a pack cf Custom noun Liullie#. TIoCiuibm-n li t (mated that the amendment of the gentle men not in order. The resolution, liowerer, ml-l.trbe tea*. The reaoluilon wan accordingly read follov i: ? Rotolred. That t onaidcrln^ ihe i inlat'oii by the pre a?nt Itdera." ndniiniatrntlon of tbe pi vlgw under which it came two power; Its eli> ? nll' al'i.n with tholillon ?pa anti-fl?vrry apttatorn if lfi'f), and it* tflnrinimi h acrrtoncy tp the tinutbem disunion Mcee. innUU; it? wickod and reck lew attacks upon the rights of the State';: It* bold uhui pation In u ng It* gr at central power in controlling the loOel election* of wwillgB Statea'dti vcdU and cowardly foreign policy, e |ieciaily In refcrenreto the intultx and ittiacKn of Spilin ri>on our citUwm sail commerce and the acijui itiou of Cul>a, and tke nn?'tupuloiiN aliunc of iu patronage in removal* from, anil np|i"intineiit? to. office ? tbe .mtlon.il demo cracy of till* Slate will c< r.tlnue to the end unoompio ndnlngly lictlle i. ud oppoied to It, itn support or friend ?hil', eon?Herin(j It* iiaitt conduct, will Im found to he more dangerous timn It* open hmtlilty. Hewlahfd by this resolution to maintain the conii* tency >JtI?e national democracy. They had never lei an pecUbfc* p?00 without adopting some such resolution. He Inetefore moved that that wilutVm he referred to the CommUife on llHolgtiiw, to he added l>y them to the reaolctiena repotted. Mi. I'lttD, of Onondam. thought that thl* was a pro per tine to con 48erttie Difference* between the brandies of the deniwrat ic party, and that the tim<* which would !><? h| f ,it in such consideration would be well Tlie remedy for tlieM riivudnn* iliould he sought, and when found liould ti r polled. He waa not in ftiror of die pro position of Mr. Sii!.'e?, but he was in favor of having the mutter taLenlnto eo.wiYration. He knew of no remedy, except to adopt u ft of resolutions, v hicli are the em bodiment and enunciation of principles. t rii > ol "one i iin. question." Mr, Ko Willi i t Onin,v. thought he could nial<e a mo tion which v.on Id obviate all this difficulty. The com mittee t'ii t'ne aildrena had referred iil^tinct'. and ? i ron^* Iv to all ihe questions ? the liquor question. the K.i u -.i. - Nebraska question, &c. lie therefore moved that the furthi coniiideriition of the resolutions he pottp* ued till after th<- adi'reaa i? teed. Mr. Ii. B. T*tu>b roae to a point or order. He wanted to know tl. ? effect oi the motion The CrtAitt Kiiggei-ted Mi It would hiive the effect of a motion to lay Mr. Sickle ' motion on the tntile. Mr. StcKIKR hoped that the au'.gqstlon of the gentle tnttttfrom t (range would be carried out, so tlu t thojr might *ee whether the addr< < covered the mnd whicli he and Others had in view. The addn ~ might !>? rea l by general eonaent- That would not Interfere with liii notion. There heing no ohjoction, Mr. Fowler i ame on the |>lr ; t< mi end rend the ? ?'dre- 1. ni< f?,?! ap!?<*aic<t i ii y: V HkiiaU).] <?'cn. Wahd, <?t Now VorU, ro^c f ?r Hit* pvirpon ??f nln tlng tlie woiih and motiv which l?a?! govern ?? 0m? coniNiittro in drawing i?}? t l?o . Ti? ? ? eo n miltc* litid boon (nformwl tlial tin* woul.l touch upon and embrace all the qucni tons, and wliy nlmuld tliev " j?ile on the agony They did not wan i?> c<n.int? iti the vindictive emir. ? which had lx?en hiit too loti^r jturaued and d'?I not want ( ? incorpo* rat* "iicJi malignity in thru resolution*. i-a t year ex|ir?*h ?? our ftp i-'oval ? .?' tlie Kan^u- N'ebraiUa bill. Arc we t?> roper that nenti menty Ti?# committee thought not. The ?|Uetoion on the i?ut> iect in p:i?t. ii fill why flmulu we keep harjdag on itf I he cniaitnltfr t teretore uln* ? exp?<? m <1 i;^ ",>iaion <n t! f uuej-f ion of Territorial i lu*. Tu* it* ??h?lio?i ??n the prohibitory law i < ter-e aud <itroii;(; mi ? th ? reno'u tion Bpfiin?t Know Nothinri n and a!I tl " rc We avoided denunciatifiri and laid down a plaitonu which t ould h;* rccoi%f*d with prM*' '? the pt? ;y throughout tl ? roeriti v . Ilo WfiK o ? < ' ? tie- adniini -? at???n *???t why ah oil Id they kirk a < lead d??. ? (lAUght?'r.) Toe committee h. d prej<i?,cd t! n< re^oiationi ?<i tliai they would relloct dignity n; ?n tln? conv.'nUon. Ih? tUouglit that tie f-rop<?. .ilon ol ^1 . HrMf.i x mid only hring abom *? iii\i ion oftSie end urinu; thoi i lu^o emi tempi. If ihe -o," ? !ui ? e ; ny pi '?po??ii (<.n to mn ,c, lot them make it. hut 'v would >><' tbgrcdinr to u to mil c it to C fie., 'i In* rcMdiif Ion oi Mr. S?? !J- could u??t !m? faatQocd r n tlie platform. It ahould acL<*d on by It. elf and ?? should other propo-i?l <n . lif. nmof.Ul. of Weitch** t?'i mo\ed the pi ??vim* question. At thin time Mi si'klwi to? on Ui? feet add reusing the Cbplf . 'II. Pi ?:?inf!.\T ni'g%t>*te 9 that wo go for free jtpMch, free di ink and free footi ? (h .ightei )? the motion roc the provimm r|ocalion should not therefore l?e ?o ted on Mr, -^h u> he! ,od It wa a matter of { ri .moitary eourtehy to r How the mover #?f a rraolutiou the closing woidi* of a d i o^fon. X ? f -? fi m iio from v Vnrl? MI? . Ward; ctathto i i i Mr. S ' ?) pr? ?p<?-ftion wiihth of coalition, en?- mo did the gi.t i leioaii from eulien. He appealed to ?Vr ' ando. a ? gentlemen to wtefo on v. 'iat grounds they could no 1 1/ li ? term coalition to UU proj/ordtljii, A coelition ' i> a < un'dnation o tw<? par t'e* oi <i|.|.o*lte | rio' i| 1"< fot a rcrialn puro e. I'b" bargain ?l IWy wa- -uch a coalition g In; ha" the ticket t'? rach c ?riv?*ntion and allowing one con ventlon to pais re olutiomi in h??or of the W.hnot jrovlwo, and th* oilier t?? re?o lullon* again-t it. Now he propo ?A ri > am h tonif but tha. the one co *vin on thoidd end* ? the j latfoiin of Ihe o l ei II hrm la n aid that < n- -d not allude it i'io Kr i a \<-bia*>a ?|?n tion thin '<? r. !>?? n.iiM- we d'd mj 1 i v?*a.. That wa a new ;>iinerit, v. crip t.icip'e- i?ie ayrr, va mu Htand '? th**rn, and I e tcul* a ' what congi o if 1 men- tire ? t ore. went in Mich dan er a- tlint aei * Ihe ifotl- man from Ve\% v*oi!. ( .'4Wr nl) ju*tii ? ?< himaelf by the ^rg-imeti'. tint he he put himf i ri\h on the teeord. I deny that ? ffJo, Tbe re^oluti'in doei not cfhrm the prlu ole n hit h It alicct tf? do. ' \ ill read the retole ion, (Mr. SlcJ.len rcrd the reMiIul ? in <{ue?tion). The fo half related e- c1 i iv ly? I e * >ntende? ? to the non in'- fer* en?- by Cooffi CM* in tbe <|nention ot -lavery in ^tat#**. Wliy e aVdUioni-ta tlieneelrw <V> no .??*-? it any -urii r 'r in Con^ ?-hm, <?errit Smith i. ? eh d?a?t not inetfnd thrt ?> lira. The ?ec#?n 1 brum h "f the re du lon had he coi . a referenei? to tlu K%n*.? -\ 'iraaka bill trm.iwli-h might|be uimIucwI ?hr?t a f-artial 4iip;*ort would he given to tlie pi ine' ? ??f the l . B it la placed ujen >he ground of tlie p?? ce and on I *. o?* the conn ry re?<ulrlng thatfaupnoi t. o it Huitha^i- not a politic principle. There 1^ not in the nddre-tn or re?n? lution- any fnawer mrde to th?* denu-nn that the Wi? -</uil foi " tmo e Mne ahaH h" re?twd. On th the ir olo.lon a el lent. A ? wo go?ng to d*a1ge It * It t HI ?? ti e t - y the e trenchan*. i o rate-, of principle om we iu veLeaid ? dght lea to their prlnnlpifi* The ?? I nee a word M -.it tl if. er luvo /?d; and y? ? iPT p eiK to me and y to me with apparent iM?uk ? /on rxere onre a gallant idUlft of the ir' h '?? t you hi <? fallen otT you had r lit.le federal otlice. and it apoibd you.M .i?gh1?r and rtpplan- ('an they aay that to me* l. t tl ? in ft? ?t < theui ' l.e^ right o;? prill ? " ?< Mv ' it-nd frei New Vork <M?. Hann'd), j^fnu I t Il'tel I omi-ei.?n in the plat forin? the dernme a' Ion of ti iniid f on. Oh. but ?aya tf>? ehalrritan ? H?e >ddrf em'ir lira*, rail fh' e e n ?ti'i'i- * I t ny tha* it d? i mm I -ay the t e,en if did a ! - e> - I'll the reergnfyed act^ of a leaW. ohi n? w v ? mr .ic o efoT't? -mater * o hlatory whicllteiei l. *iy f ?nif ?'.?>. hiinae'f bow fort; -e orn* 'n to b \ 'ng n.t nti? irdtl.^w loatter# b '.mt* I, i- ?o* ne ??? mt ? e ej no * to theto. Why the % ry f?.t ? !u ? ? ? ft. ii . e i.:???orr tfo* m #?f I ?h? < ? H'W'p \ ?or ?f at inn >g oi?.* ;-i >ncl let >.n the Kan ' ?e ? n m i ainly i wa <0.110 '---ary t i re ?t ic. th Htl.iimo ? {1 f<'.?.i Hot I flr. ! ha t>ie t! 4 V :t ! II Hi a who npo ? I, I) r-mtl' ?| tl ? that '.hiv ' \ '?e idea thai Ihe. ' ,?n vear '??r year, npi ' ? ? j ojde :nde:l !?} ?, r w ,i>; ' H< (Mr. M< ' ? , br \ a hi. her i le. of at M . po'hlcil rotirte oogh i to ?. ? -- - p .. -liriii .Tr.l die , wha. I* i * cy Why tl * ?n ain I ld-1 1(. *be P : ten yt?r+ oi \ < ?- r5 retMi,.hi. * -a ft. I um by the fin, .. c? by tfce a' ?oin'?. ? i whlH i d v ab ot tl. 'e llnea to \h'ld.M.^ ?. (l v ; h Mu whrf r-'? about three hoe* e hlstor oi' our \ <a? wi.h ih^I'nov Ne Hiii ? n.i ? > 'htrty pijr t r ? ei.al of oo- t .on** 'n i n \h> % , in ' 1 ' ? uc n ?w ,-.e? a ? wl no' .!'!?? ? '?* it tb# jr.*' , ;.ut h iia |o< k *a re 1M? prt*en ? < . t> * Main" la . at the Know Vntlifng* ? i her : ulJV-ua pnrly. 'ih ?-v wH! hi' ? 1 r men worthy ot ?e >?.*?/ ' " if v* ?r r the p? , ,,f fhA* ad re w Hi'. ; i.nrM he* to t very roman < mi i rtdb nl<?? tutu t wi.h the a^a p? to wlio. la the a. oogeel ^ iv ir, the M,r. ?ndMr(||hi tlf hatth O M -aw, r I In pf. ^ there U ad .nd'-m - n principle. f a?' thi? H>iitintfe?( II c mmcn a#r. e umt, mj in ail tht a lii-in ;at? ho u(~ * ? ii" ?n priori'' 'W** .n vite y>- * rd'/Jly to un* w 1. u . In rut t ng tr"t ticket * I ** that imitation a e* />'? I j, #cf ,?il* 1h**re ia a ntl '.e in organ ? ; tkm I ad olt ? with inv frlf nd fro,i Oi ?&o i Jr.r Hrwin ). a id il often inter f? re with Ho I t ft ,v b. t w Will wwe nofhtn* bv r,t ? if. j: . will 'h-afrf"4o* tlae i . are un .. .. a - r the Maine Um, ih . r ?aai<a-? 1 j, * nit the / orlha.ti U are not r-rr " ? at t.-riam ?/ /th tiltfeOi'tkai top ? t I to l ave Ibr -r.n ea#iiryf an-. U> irr? | at ditkm a(? to the ?mi .<? : KTatt*. T>^ tf'o ? ph? ??'* t ropi|< * *hkn ?It tlMilMb.rrntbt \?ff ?re njr ihl, iaterno ixMmtolktMiii n my. let u.t.lx h,. r??. Tie* of f nuitt TV- ir ?' l^iricti ? I fri.i l l - / \u H> ? ne t. 'S t ?,*?<? , . tr ?!,; Itf. N' W I WHi . re w tuy -tgt * ..it. ? vl v ^ *h> ? miid ?' idktr* e* to | ot t>. Ir !???* j miflit . ? w?'i .?v ? i.i i a ii* w?. . >? ??. ? w Th*t k'?- 71 ... vr-.m t., , ? w. unit* vi ?? T.?f k) t> lion Ik to lie taken. Rat he supposed it would be more conv iiient to have it tu4iu tu the inuuuer which he had Ilrst suggested, A motion wan made to 1*7 the amendment of Mr. Hick he on the tatile. The ('iiaiuman thought that i?otion waa not in order. Mr ltiau:tx moved, (It P. M.,)> to adjotirn. Cries of "U?t motion Is not in order.'' The Oiaik decided that it ?i>, nud put the question. A division wan takou, aud the motion wa? lout, IT only Voting for It. Ti c question was then taken on Mr. Sickle's motion to re refer the resolution* to the committee. Mr. Hhkum demanded a division of the uueetion. The Ouw did not deem it divisible. The proportion was 1 1. at the resolutions lie referred hack to the t omiuit tec on Ih solution*, with Instructions to report hack. The j rea* and nay were called for on the question. The lisi was cullel, and there were yea* 10, nay* "4. S> the proposition of Mr. Hickles waa negative*!. M. Hank IX, of. New Vork, suggested that, as the resolu tion reported on the territorial' question did not seem to plea *e delegate*, he would ofler to amend It by adding the following: ? And that, in furtherance of those principle* we give our unqualified adherence to the Kansas. N'cbraaka hill, and oppose any effort to establish the Missouri Otitnpromise. it ?a* here moved that the convention do now adjourn. (N.roe confusion.) The previous question w?? called for on the resolution*, and oidereil. Mr. ?hkijm thought that the previous question could B< ( Ik ordered in a l?>dy, where the rule" wf the liuu'.e of l!e|i centative* had n? ? l>"e t udopt< "U The t Hjim h^oM hi ?1? - tiuotu Mr. Sicki o1 ? Then 1 an><nl from the decision of the Chair, iA ti . I call ft r the yens mid nay ^ The question wn*, ".-diall tho decision of the Chair stand a the Judgment of the bouse V The Judgment of the Chair was maintained. Mr Hkkiwk. of Orange, insisted that his ameodinout *b<iuld If taken. Mr. Sh km> rose t>> a point of order ? to know under what i ule of proceeding" wu are now acting : A I>ki?:>t> ? Jefferson'- Manual. Mr. UnntKK (excited) ? No, sir t (l-aoghter.) Mr. mcki.it ? The previous question having been order i d, I c< ntend that it brings us to u vote on the amend no lits which have been proposed. Mr llASKl* asked for Information whether tho previous question will cut off the amendment which he had too (toned T The 1 KWHOTnt ? That was the opinion ol the Chair, though I am not uu fail in parliamentary tu oceeding*. The Secretary wlU proceed to n ail the reaoiullons, anil tin- vi h will he taken se| aiately on each. I he fir t resolution was accordingly read. The question was taken, and It wk? adopted. 'I he second resolution was then read, '1 he question was taken, and it was adopted. The third resolution win read Mr. IIasxin submitted thai his amendment should ho added to the resolution. Tliei wis no olijectlaai. and the nmondmetit was read. Mi . t it: . it ik Ci viik, nf Wa -liingtou, was opposed to the reception of the ntnendment II wt in order. I lie CitAW ? it has been received. Hit* question wun token, und the amendment was adorned. 1i e resolution B.< amended wis then adopted. 1 he fourth resolution was then read Mi. liKKiifit contended he had a light tu move hi* amendment now. The On aim VAX ?Not without unanimou i consent. Objection was made. Mi. 1>. I! lAViiiH, of N. V., move. I that the words "seen society " should be erased, and tb? word" 'Know hie' inserted. Ihe motion wn* not ? ntertainsd. The resolution, a? reported, was adopted. 7 he tilth and sixth regulations were road and adopted. II ?;i- tl en .moved to approve the nddresil repotted by the committee. 11 question wa- taken, and the address wa* unmi mously adopted. A mottou to adjourn was made at five minutes to l'i o'clock. Mr. H *si r. w i? decided to have bad ths floor, and he procei tied to lead hi resolution again"!. the udmliil-tia Hi u (inserted above). It wa m?.ve<l to lay it on the tahle. so as to have it taken up and din uaeeo In the mornlnf seeslMi. Mr. IIauki* acquleeeed in the motion Ate or motion w?p made to refei it to the Committee i n Uetolutlons, and the yeas and uays were aski i on thai motion. M< Uamkim called fm the pn viou question on Ida resolution. rending th*' question, the motion to adjourn till H O'clixk on Friday luotning wa-, it mi'lnlght, put and can lid. Tlx Trngrtlyoii MnHn lalnml? One Mm? Nliol On the afternoon of Monday taut, a man named llii rni .Shji Ur r wa* ntuil on tbe farm of Mr John Warren, the cfrcn mutation* ofthe vaae being an follow*: ? Mr. W*rien own* a f.mu upon the Kichaiond road, ahoat two mile* from the Quarantine upon which ere great quantitl"* of UukbniHri, which are fry inviting to tbe large tier man populatl n in tlii' neighborhood of Htaten Inland. Itut Mr. Wirrra, an well at um-t of the ' thcr farmer* of tic (Maud, ot'J' l to th''*? <;<imnn tre?pa*?ing up"n their ground*, lna?rnuih a Ihey invar iably lain- th<- lib erty to break down tree* and 'to other damage, fiir the jitirj.o.* of obtaining | ? a< I a, apple eherri-a, ot what ever tl-a may at trki-t their fane,/ . On M-tnlay la-t. Mr Warren being away from home, Harm ?ehaffer aii'l hli koh ronnlili'i ??<! thi a fine opportunity to get blackberrie*, and f r thi* pvrpmo entered Mr Warren'* flelil. Mr. Warren < ,< m, a boy about ?l*tM u ji-am of a<;o, ? t" at home at 'lie time, an I t*?olving to protert l.i. fathei property during hi* ]>* rent'n abe'Uce, lie went out to -chalfi r and 111 tun and ordered them ofl the premiMr*. Moth refused to l<iie, and threatened to" kttoe* y< utig Wjtrro ? htaiua ?.ir if be mob ted tin in. The b y than, amarting under tbl< r?'f ;il ol tbi fir>rniar * lii nbay blrn and thoii th" it went tip t'. tlieir >uit l basket of hlaekberrie* tUat w?? nottii.g near, and kicked it over. I p. o thi? young ?Vliaf fer, who *ai al> 'it eighteen or twenty je*r? of age, moved toward* young Warren *? tin latter though) to beat him, who lu-taiitly ran for th" houae, }<ing - haf fer chafing blni part of the way Th? t .< main th' n c if in i i d | h king lii l? rl?" at il nothing bad h i| 'lein-d Young Warren then took ib ?n hi* lather'* gun v bleb wan loaded with >m.iU ?hot, and went o*ek again 'nt" the llei: |1 he ea)t " tin r? ly to fi|g;.t>-n t hi u.? be aupp ?ed -chatter an t bin ??.n would run ru ?oon a* they 'aw him with a gnn In hi* band " I | on reaching tb? field be tnnted toward* ) t'Hf ??chaffer w h*i ? 'io dUto-'? forni hi* father, 'in 1 In doing to he I' in I M b?'k opon tb father t h ;it * rice ii ;i'!'' I I. hlr nil ri ? ir^ re*' he I young Warren when ?me h r brother of th> latter, win had aco nij am* d ho i to > e I'll ailed t'i him to he k aionn ? I .? * ?<?). n I h rn V' ting *?oni her. ill on t ii rr < ?' .in nid nt'd -aw H?n? -'halt, r nearly u|<m bin. "i.'j king ?o furl "ly 'lie' tli? (my ?a? rl.*bl e> i ii i f to af' It r ? " e ) > ''gi.n arid I) M J*ebaft. i wa? aithln a fe fee| (,f it.,, rnui/le of ih. g in wi n' W - tl r 1, ?n- tl.r ? b e e)i irg if ?t. l>r f te * Ui tb* !? " ?.. ?!? '.|(inp bun t.> the gr i, Y<" ri? ~i-b I' n i ? ! ? "o >. i W irreii arid a< ' ih of %. .<1 ? ,ir.? ri ? ting him rn ?t unrt'arclfal )y. liiewr.mer 1 it *).< hou-a aeelng tbl?, ral" I an nlsirnininl mn n>? '* ? ? ail to their nei' n<-iirbbnr, Mr 1 1 n '< g ?? 'I bun to ..en ? tln-1 ??? -t ane. ' ti f ? a and t on' '?n ? * tv? gtr. th aid r< d I j' t ? 1*a|?pr -^'h ttie l/?y ?v-bafjer ee'.a d I I* l<"'!o; ?' ? i.e ? W r*" ? b l %> ?lp? otly III! '< ? t I ' . , ? ?|il hi >.od ' d l -r liait. r h? I by thl? tlfre -ufl . r)Hr r I from bl> wound, ahbii ??? no* . ? .? ' ?' I ' rn the gf urid and >it oil ? Ith l.i* V- i.f^v rrm wa* p 'kad ap and ear r'e.| Int^'l.e >.i,.| ai d hl< .'?d w?? w*?bed and :ne?Ji Cilsid n - l.o l<( ?' ' r a long tlii ? .en ^ liu! it b i'if( ?? 1 that ba will r?" r?r, \u%>u .rn a* 'be ak tl !? n< *1 ' te brok'i rha0er m-*y y~ ? l? lo*e tl r i.? of !||? left aim. Til' octnr wa? uuabl* to 4erid> win t; . w?n?;'if or not t ' i V . 1 ha ! gltej, ail *ha a??i?' n'. n bin i a r i' fn the Ir ; M ip j wanbed and pK* t.? !. ? he ?'? 'i 'if.l?oi out ?a# lata In the aft1 am to ?, Ii be path ?l' l.ln h tii ymd arel vol/ a t iii- i Ii * I He **? found th?ra t/y 1. ? ' 'I'. 'n . ' r 'roru tbe Uty Mr Oag'el I i ? I V , a ' ?? aae of tj,e ka?rt and lie t: -d from thla diaeaae broufLt "W by 1'. ?? ' ea.itet ??,' 'b /!, ?b 'b be h?J ja*t | < i ' r a It.- 1 : i.'. ?' 14a driver atat^t tttat in p?" t i. tbe i a\ ia tb* after b on. ha >?* Mr < i <A I/'"* tl.' yard, and be iMr tiag ??l ) l<ee. oni I to hltn. T,i*dr??r. w*i*| Mr i?*?e-i I ;rg a i' rliei to tl?e ground, at. d k ? ?1?< the ??rr?er? Wf* ?nrii ?H| b) tieiuur tie-p ? ;n tbe .^eal of tie dy , r.g man, aid "ipj-.-ayl be wa.? Wat eh lag fcrt tna Intruijer* an oned I. in Vo go ahead wi''a>>it ?*t'*'t >y -n> ?' ' ' ?' ? ' ugly the ll)?l r ? ? i.B W tl. |' ' kin/ < ?"? ? at M' "f ' Onfotiet ? : 'b ' ll ile . ?mBMehal' ly it> ' fiod'jftbe > J. if Ml J a?d ailing .!???/ the feet, a* at* V fiien ??r La -e' re 'hex. ?tt 'k? ier 'li*tTeU,rr ' ???.?, ' ' ?e:i a f tlie be-.tt nil,, aft > ral tag'-at :?a. lejd'aW a tl* oe gb' orl. e. Hi g ea- a n.?a al?ut til -eel. I ?g l^t :"??? ?? 't, p> n ?* th? t?la?1 ' r , ,,,/ye.r. w . ??? ' ? '< e?t??aM at a ' gener ? re g'.t- > ?t Wa ien > > ?l?, re.^lel '. k' '? ... a. ?a a a >g |? .<r fr >ua N ? a V?,rl no a (e ? a Bar' '??!'? )ra b- r -r 1 ,r)r art t. ??e ' ? % M o'oan Bprteaftou. *ipe*? ? ti i.' T? ** I ?? '?? H i K MtiL.JIn 1 IVn a '? -t' ?'<r I ?'?r ^ent tike folb/wtng ^ IH| I to ' .. 1 ? ?'? ? ???*? it wai n y ? ? t eee-yfc" ? I i' ?n oiAeult Vo pr?e*M ?, . tut a ? H- ' m or I'purttr 'n Jl ?> ',n lafueed t . a?>t W>t<g yft? to be a le I , T ? i" a- ?* ?f' ? **? ?V|' ? 'V it ,? Ma ret ?V y btt I ?*. e - e. , . . .? ?? < *y m ??? >? est lay -w? -?*.'t? ? >' ??*. ?.J i.ef ? a *l'^eva ONE DAY LATER FROM EUROPE. Alt RIVAL OF THE WORTH 8TM . ! Active Movement* of the AUtol Troops in the Crimea. VinantiAl BUtlitiei of Hm INw French Sou. Earl firry'* Opinion of thr stability rod Mo rality of thr Turkish GCTmudfiit. BRITISH TAXATION AND BRITISH EMIGRATION. The Catholic Church to Italy, Spain and Switzerland. IBMtfteM offtnlM mi n (to Ami Property THE HARVEST IN EUROPE, dc., <Jc., . Ac. Tlio ntcnmxlilp North Mar, Wimuok from llavr* un i. PortliempN n anchored at tjuereutino at out o'clock ye.terdey morning Wre loft Ih* latter poi tat II I". M. uf tin- llth Imiteat mil C0n?0(}ii#ntly In lug.. intelligenoC a few hour. later than tin- k'ltlrx n reived by the I'uoiBc. The North ^tar hrou^M nar hundred am) twenty pa* M-niMTn an<l fntir hundred ton* "I freight, ai. I report* xeoiriK an Iceberg, '.''Hi fmrt liinh Mid itojO feet long, ?u tbrt l\?th inxtunt, in tat 47 4H, long 4R 2fi. The V tilted Htate* m? I *tentn*ltlp Arngi. arrived at Havre, from New York, on llie evening "f the 10th Intelligence fmm Urn l.nltle nj.it-w that on the title Inntunt the Knglii>h, nttd a portion nl the 1 reoch He? I, weight d from Karjen and am limed the aame day o? t-woahoig t)n the 7th, the two fleet were draw n up in front of J-'wenlMrrit anil the bombardment wa to com mence the >aine afternoon. The North Star bring. the ?e?un.l edition of the l/>u ?ti>n Timet of the llth in--t In the nwiw market. Con ?ol,? on the llth, 1'0,'j to HI fur money, ami Ml t? tfl for (It It Heptrmher. After legultr hour* tiau.artiotv" tonic place at ? further a?l??nt? of it. <?n>n n cl..?ed at 4 to 4 [.rem. Btuik Stock l!l4 to 21 .V K itlie< | ur bill., ?M to 24*. foreign M?:urltle< wire ?tcady, with ait uv? ruge .mount of l>u?l&e'?. Our Pirla Comipondrin*. I'ARf, Au k 10, tH43e M 1k> '<?" ?*<"-?" '"*2 #>' ? ?./?* ? f.cecal < V.^-rw.- r on I M 'I* <?' ,rrU ,lr n.rut'.. ? "( I'" <'<.????. O'ori llthwv ?*? .V? . t V [>,, ,W.i "f f.-?r 'T Amri'nn < if In .? t ..,-ri..i,.< .n r.,(,-(?,.n .?!,.?*. j It**"' ?* ta T?4* .1.4 imlu.try are Win.....* If we ?.y l-Uev. the I'rrW to .en vor from <??? "'J' 'J occehmrd at ,.a.t Mm-ratily, a. that J.mnibl admit., by Uie dtve* .Ion of capital l.om it- .?.Wy :l?n..eU into th- -a r?l|l.l,g !'*> Ootnmc " ial tiaw t on, ly ?,te,r. hj the fail, re . f . a few t., ,|o ... thll.lt. at on. e- to meet eng ff >' ?'"> "? on ?uhrc.l['tlon?, ?. m,ny Wl. due a the end ..f July remained onr,id-ll. t It i. real), to I* h-t? ? that -U..I th< i'rrw ? >y? ??*y p'ove true Tlx' If. "at to|.? of iotereM I.I 1 *M< the e?ett? ment attendlxin the >u?,e. ,i,.tt f?r the loan ha. .ul? alde>l haa wh, h wa. -P"'/ "?"-1 ' than a forma t aR. and ,t l..??l. ?? " ,wlt.ve.ha|e, U. the eft. t that ?.en f1ia*.nje. an W ?eM,,mrl..1(..nM ? l?? ?? ?'" At the Hou, In private,. rele. lo th. MRH e.erywb... wa, talked of N. dilfer. a. to the .J| le? I -Hfta "t ?,,el M.t l< el. -a ?' ' ?'"*1 variously All .? "" V *" whUh "n <h .. if ? 1 ??'' ' >'?? re^.t-llf ?i?r? to a t, .lenient . . If on the ...tho'lty of M <t* Morny. ly In V in I.. IM Whether .word, o, ? ?er- u.e-1 l,y . .e r..?.t?U ul. Whether M. de M -r hadl-?? .1 T -If or U'ailjr . - If ' ' w; "Z ...... ?? ?? - '??? f M4 4e.Wt.in the .ut.jeO, the fohlle d the ru. a- a,- . rMd,al end ?)..? ,.,ur.t?nanee.t .? a. <-J tl.e t?l e?tl.< r vty , b? | ,. t. . t ? f r It. ? ? u 41. inl. r h..w lt'?-rty ???? ?>rt ?? etti.t. in ?l e. unt,, when I tell that not ? word either inronflrtuat.i t. or iu cm.... .tt n - fth# ton., r, ha. I?n. He,e4 t e-af ?ro? a wn#e )ourr?l In I'erle. . , ? You ?.l(ht her ' ir. r.,..l K.top- thettlherlyof..^ Ia,l,.>lx.d tor a .o..u.e..r ha-1 you IU?.ned V. '* Ihe?ddre?-e. at U.e recent lne..r?etlon ot e ta?nw.ae?* .? Air.?, to th. memory of th- leo.enfl ? ,, "fthe < onat.t?en> A? ?Wy -d M? Loart-uU lyth- ^1.lre. -f i.ler ' ?*' * or the I'rovl I" r.el ?? .em,.. Hot tt f rnw. !?? ?-?? fthe p,e.e? l?l- -? ">' ^ * ?,o?ni for thee. .r ?,y which th? w.i,"of UUr.j -a. .o I J I^H .?UM tomhof a re,,,hllcan THe W ?< which P. ... of ? ?M-.-e- h th f. ?' 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