Newspaper of The New York Herald, September 10, 1855, Page 2

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated September 10, 1855 Page 2
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HUT1CAL INTELLIGENCE. R<w York NMIm> OCB AL1AHY OOERJSSPONDWfC*. Alium, 3, ISM Soft .S7U-H ClwileftfiotM ? f\r<K ' ? Admniitnxtion ?' tlMAc * urtrtu <tf' <*' W ?c* Ac of thU State ha>e b'-cn *Q 'dC~' *"' daring tho paat few dayr# com^ueye of the _ and proceeding* of the uaJfWl ami Mctlcftal karuturnrrs and JO it she 111, iu their re ttlve State convention. at SyraeAe. Both h <ve now )bfir j .i.grurauif , ami prese^cd their State "an tl(t w,ir0 the people. The former had 110 question ?f divien-'n before thein. except the proposition offered by Jtr. Sickle#, offering to divide their ticket with the soft from facts which have subsequently transpired, to great reason to believe the motion would have |m lantaincd, had any other prominent member offered It, vr had Mr. Mekle* presented it under different aus ylM?. The hards were auxplcioua of the movement, and Awbted the expediency. They were aware that Mr. S. ?M directly from Washington to Syracuse, haltiug one fey at Utica, where he had an interview with Mr. Ho ulin Seymour, a ve.-y soft shell friend of the tia Mmtl administration. This fact justified the hards ia teekfaig upon the proposition with the greatest caution ; wad after full debate and free consultation, it was decided by a strong voje not to agree to the proposal, assigning us 'MM best of reasons that they had been uniformly do aired and cheated by the barnburners whenever a fu ries had been heretofore attempted. J' is now perfectly evident that had the offer been made, the softs would meet gladly ha\c accepted it, and but a single democra tic ticket been in the field for the November e'eetion. Ike recolutiouH adopted liy the bards would also liuve keen in the main accepted by the softr.,' with the excep tion of a few of the officeholders, in their contention, and perhaps a barnburner proper or two here and there, out ?He. Everybody who ha> read the platform laid down by the ?atienals ireely admit;, that it Is constituted of materials mi a substantia character. The resolutions are strong, deeide<- and dignified. They condemn the administra tion. the Maine liquor law and the Know Nothings, truly yet respectfully. The language employed treats those questions and subjects with due respect, and suffi ciently resolute and determined to carry strength with M. The resolutions are not of the quality used at porter Bouse ward meetings, comprising the billingsgate ol "abort hoy'' literature. Objections were made to the Hard Shell Convention, because, as is alleged, a large majority favored one idea, ?aaiflr, the presentation ?>f Mr. Dickinson' name before the Cine iu out i Convention. Well, was not the .-oft Con vention. secietlv, equally us strong in favir o1' Mfu- y? '(ken, Where's the difference'' The truth is. that between fliote two gent lei.? n. so far as the choice of the demo cracy nf this State for tho Pr%>8ideucy is i oneernod, the friunds of the fo. n'er woul l predominate, w ith n majority ?f many thousand- Ti e sauv causes which defeated Mir ?y in 1W8. are still iu existence, and the remembrance of that defeat will remain w.th certain class of v tcrs through th* ir ov n liiw, nd tlio facta and reasons of ibat defeat will be transmitted to their children. Th? s ifts very adroitly ief' the choice of delegates to the National Convention,* to a future State a> scmblage, about nix months or -o hrtuce. by which Cine they ir. -y think lie t to withdraw Ma v. If the natlonuU of this Statu have thus early m u ife :e>l t\ preference for th. ir Pi -sidential MBdidate. they have cxulblted a boldness not v cry often -?en In the outward movement of politician!. They thereby show their preference In an oper hand, and tho fcDowoi in the party, the barnburners outevle, .ind the people everywhere, now know how * to meet them. Is ?neb a course not much more honest than to keep per fectly mum uutf the meeting the Convention, ana then ?pring upen the people a cui.Hdate never before thought ?t/ The character of tho soft resolutions was denounced by one of the delegates, Cencral Nye, a? ''mm, milk and water." The free toilers and t.nti-Kans&s eien iiua Citsl they had the control of the couvcnti >n. ^[e?J^r^. urch, Nye, Iliuckley, Jeukins, Hunt, Hul'otrt and ethci* lalHired with oil the w.,1 nn-1 efficiency ihey pos sessed to incorporate resolutions denouncing th' acts of the administiation iu obliterating tho compromise line, and the manner In wi.lcli the Territories of Nebraska and iannis were formed. Hut the strength of tile office kelderx was overpowering, and not !.ing waa admitted Meept a simple d< claration against tho tiiusouri " border ?w?.it!H," but not a Mo/d with rosjsv! to to the Massa ??aetts "ruffians," who returned to tho Kast as -o?m as *?7 voted in K'anssr. As wns raid by a delegate, the ?ministration was <-ndrr'ied pro Um'c ? that 1-. a portion ee rmall quantity of it. The resolu'ioni relating to the ?Mais *?re draw n by Arphaxed Loomls, and contain the ?U Hetkimei- spirit of opposition to the completion of Dm public works. The haruburnera will neter ejivsent that the canals shall bo enlaigcd and lino-lied so long ai any political ucitatkm can he produced in relation to them. ?? people of this State liave resolved that the canals ?hall be i-natched out of tho political anna, aud will ?ever corn* lit to place them under barnburner control again. Ike bolts labored through two entire days and nights to construct a set of priii iples to |dcase tho Kin'ra. Manns. Nyes, Jenkinsr , and all the prosent occ iuanw of tk? eew-tirate<l Kufliilo platform. Because they refused lMt year to dcuounro the Kansas net, some ton thousand votee were lost to their ticket. Now it wa? evident, that three times that number of free soilers would vote agaiast them, if an eiophatic condemnation of that act was not Coaaulgated by the convention. Jenkins presented reso tiona to such un effect, but the officeholders w.vo t<M> ?trocg, and only allotted an expression of sen'iment to lie adapted, don u,ncing tho conduct <if tie Mi-souri -'border rafiians.'' (.cucihI Nye ?aid. during the dlscu-sion of the resolutions ? and be uttered the senliiaents of ev ry Il.it fclo platform man? "I have now understood It to be tren non in a deimicia'. to bo iu lavor of hur ti ti free iom. I wish we liad a I'tesident who could iea. li every fibre r f the democratic heart, ow the wirea of principle." "M iabor<sl hard for I*renuent Pierce, and wa- ;t juiced at his inangural promise to prewsrr" the comprou Ise.1, but hard ly was he waim in his cha> betoro he ilisie tird<s\ tlicm." **If you would save Xew York and the democratic pirty, Bret apeak out and condemn the whole Kansas matt'W. When we are afraid to ?pejik of the acta ol oar officer! , ?ti r liberty is di-troyed. 1 would say. 'President I ierce, Bi have openly insuitcsl ti e s| Irit of your countrymen. ' us make this declaration." Sanford E. Church, late ! liente nuut Uovcinor, sail, "No man shoul 1 hesitato l?> eoudcmii thi e out i ? get. Now Is the time to condemn them. ' Mi. Hunt -aid. "It scents to be the impreislon that all is to be aacrlliced to the Custom House and Poet Oflee people. What do the -e people care for 1 rinciple '? Some of them asked In d night, 'wliy the o rniulttee ne d trouble themselves nliout a platfori.r' If \re do ri t make a platform exp.e-siug the views of the popular democracy, we ? Imll be in a worse conuitimi than the adamant lues who sat here last week." Mr. Halburt said, -- Why don't you sustain the a l:nin ixtralion if )ou de-i:e to ? not however, with such a ?nlseiable resolution us that under discussion.'' Mr. Aivord ? ?' Vou lorgr-t that there is ti State of \'e* York, which is in lavor of principle, and not wedded to the ul!icfholdoi> of New York and their master.- a* Washington. " Mr. Ilinkley ? ?'! nui not liorc to bo v the haee to the Pan 1 of ? Isvcry or to the Cu dou; House or Pest ( ifflee of Sw York. 1 ft el like a brave Indian on the battle fl< Id. ' ?? II ilie eouve-iiioti doe . not repudiate the infamous Nebraska hill, the will omit It at theji p -II." '?If you d" net give us -i truly democratic platform, you will rue the day. Mark my words, and res olle-rt my pro phecy in November." The e me a few ofthe tixpres- i-uis made bv tli > leader* o. fre- olllsir. iu tl ? .i convention njion the dit>< us-ioin>l tiio ''mil!. ?. ter" reKoln tioBt, as Ccnmal Nye tyh u (hem. i'li< in u who m? le these remarks, r.ud uttered thost- tl..??is, meant ex?.ctly what they said. Ihey ha , not i'ie tear ?>' the ado.ims tration before their c>i s;neltk r wlllthey liedecoyed into the support ol a ticket . unilinj; upon a fiundation estab bulled bv John t'c- thrune, l-.iac t. I'uwl -r and other eflieeh' filers, in the eouv ltio.i. I n it is readily aakad, what will they lot Why, tlicy . ..I, to a nun, aanalgam&te, and form ? kim portion ol the proposed "republican" party, which i? bci'n liullt upon the ruins ?f wblggor) aul fn e s >ili. ni. They aid, vith lie consent of whig-, pi tee .luiues 1'iestt n King. Abij Ji Munn, llrad ford R. Wood, ?r Jumes W. 'sye, up n tin fusion tick.-'. With a platform strongly osi- truc*."-l (>i nnti-Kan as material. Fifty thousand dcnncr?tic free soliers, r.t leant, a ill abandon (??chiane, Van Huron it c,,n'i ny, ami vote tho ne v part* ticket all for the I fn it of Wil Jiam H. Seward or Salmon P t'haae. It is needless to .-ay tuueh cont vrning 'ho popularity of tke candidates of either ?e-llon. i h" hard head their ticket with Aaron Ward ol W?strhe?tor. lie i' .. getit'e man well studio,! In (be ' Iio-jI of <"h .te.neld, eytiemeJ/ polite In his manner-. He liai l*-en in C- iyo s, an l the "'tale Constitutional C. m. ntion of 181 >. His asso ciate on the ticket Is rhom&' B. Mitchell, w l?o ? nee U. 1 1 a seat In the -tale -eioate with considerable crwll . <>n the other hrnd, *.hc ?. fl . have havi he 1 upt i public view, Israel T. Hatch, of iJutr.lo. Hie nation . I .'.-ir.. <-raU 'ent hint to the l.eg;?l\li?rv <u 1S5J. o? n. . , \int <A his pleflge-i io favor nf the enlargement et iUc c. ?!-. lie ha<! ?. arrely taken his ?> ut !*?' ire hi i urn. i a i" ? r sliip in denouncing the car I 1-1 tin^--*, ha* log Ion e!f been an un.-u cessful ?ei ret Mi dan for it pevti .n ? he contracts, lie ahanuou?! his l"micr frl? ml-, j :n-x| the Seymour iartion for ?' scratching the '.<aUui. ot 'iie canals, " and h ' ever since I en a tnongst the - 'I'te t of the Mfi?. Standing st the 1? il of the 1 .irnbnrr?r ? tunc fiins. lie Villi ?e knocked down with tl<? hi t lull. #?nn?d Htetuon, for Ooinptiollec, * an evc.'aftlug can ?liflatr for soixm. puMh' ta'lofi ,ui.! h.'t* hold s u.te unim portant po itlon- |>. , tef , The p.s.ule ?f the J'Ute.i e ?ol yet prepare.! to j?n) jj ,k ,,f ?| , ,r ?t vefal and o>imp?.<ent flen pioi' . t,n , v r l.a-l aaak? room for tl e an l too Jii.ifle -le on. Hot the uomh.Htinu oi i .; J. Til. ion ?ss-lg in lm> yndcnce and pn mption ill . H. me was placed ujsin the ticket for tbecxalu i t- ..' \m irney tJeneral, for no other par|s e than t.. ; Kr.) ,n Hate theA.'aekest al' Aiti' uist-. n.at ? , u , ,, h.nild occupy the station f rin rly ? !t,y . t j ? t.;<1, Tto mas Addle I'luniet, Abiafu- V.iti V -litei "u ^ Talai tt, Thomas J. <hi I. lev, t!i ? -in ? ]!n, ... Harker, and now tty Oiijen Ifoffim. n, i> ? c.- , . pnnterous Idea . ITiit ?1ati< o lias ilr idy bee. of \ lowered in tin estimtt on of the p-siple ly . V n r aadathattteW. a .1 .nt rednelu ri' stilll I y . tuting third rn'i lawyer. no ? I ihaii ihi het, that ho li.' - ten one > ( the u. i tooht ia ths b?nds uf Martin YanBuiett, n 'vilngai. distracting the demecatle. pcrty fn 1 ts. au l t ? ?m since ar a ,n th aboUUoa nil.#. ffcccrMt Jstatcnf is?w Vot'k ri' i iln . ,, ,.n i...t( ,. r, . ? peitect i'. lejt . r . I ? tp . , >ir. ? a u'bumt- f I '. M?iltT9 in ? S. /,?_/ (v.) "-, iv ? ir .i, f ; i ( flap h* <ri,t nj 'h- - l h it secret con- i.ive <?f r. ' gated at a lawyer'-* ofii-" in th part <f tl.it w< i !i. 0 c urse, tin l tilM tn ii, -( , m 1 , mi . fri'o) i lie vtp of most ?f th'Tti, It 1* obvious that some new move open I tfie political bee* board ii ?hortly to t* Mdt. Nearly I ill of tbete wore delegates ? to the lateUoft I .-Ule Convention. Ihey labored with great *eal thero . utrul that body in order to adopt resolutions etn Ire# foil, to deuounce the N< braaka-Kannas bill. ^n,j national administration. Having been dtfoi'^ ^ ?>.?> purpose, and l* ing overborne in their ?v%Ty effort by till ] ow<r of (he Custom Hou?e .mil tli*^ p0Bt Office, they ..-neinhUd in this >ity in order to inter upon a consul tation as to the future course for them to puriiM. Though their conteroiK* has Veen enveloped in secresy, still vnough i? made public to convince an that the ultra free soiicrs with Vreston King, general Vy*, bx* lieutenant Governor Church and ethers in the lead, will not support '{je l'ierce and Marcy ticket put forth at Sy racuse. It is reported that this secret conclave discuss ed the expediency of calling a State Convention of their <rwn peculiar friends, to re-eslabllslt the former Buflk 10 | lattorm > f 1848. and nominate a ticket composed of out-and-out free Hollers anil nothing else. Some among tl.e number contended that the better plan would be to enter the ''republican" camp, aud enlist under the fusion banner which the Seward whigs are displaying to the popular breese. They can easily amalgamate witlijthis new section of politician.*, more so than remain with the udminislratii n and hypocritical softs, now so adroitly led by Cocluane and Van lluren. BesMes, Induing so, two or thiec of their men can be placed en the ''republican" ticket ? perhaps ticneral Nye, as Attorney tioneral, and Ab'jali Mann or Preston King, ?s Comptroller. As the free rollers are the moat voracious bipeds in the world alter offire it is nearly certain that they will unite with thin new faction, when a better prospect is open to thorn to get etc or two Stato offices, than to assemble in .State Convention, nominate a ticket without any real expectation of electing it. The courso which they intend to adopt was no doubt agreed upon before leaving this city, aud in a few days, some of their papers will undoubtedly indicate what that is to be. The ad ministration vote, then, in this State, will scarcely reach tiftv thousand. Much difference of opinion lias existed here, vrltli refe rence to what resolutions were ti sally adopted at the lute Soft Convention ? there having been so many motions to lay on the tnble, to reconsider and postpone indefinitely, that the politicians became befogged in the matter. The organ of the barnburners, and also of tlie administration, have published, among the rest, a resolution declaring the repeal of the .Missouri compromise unwise aud un called for. This was peremptorily denied by other papers, and also by all the officeholder* under the administra tion. Here is a copy: ? Resolved, 'Jlwit tve eousider tlio clause in the Nebraska I Kansas I. Ill, repealing tin: Missouri compromise, (which woul l lave i ipbcd by lis own llmitadou, on the ocuanlza. ion of the Territories into Shoes.) as unwtso and uncalled for ; aud that we trust tlisi die pcopla diercof, when free to exercise their own judgments of I hell- own Interests and well-being, will dispose of that trust so i>s to In-'.! secure theiu a good govemmout, aud to 11 alnlaln the peace of thu Cuioii. 'though the fn o soilera contend that it was adop'.eJ, these who are attempting to sustain Marcy and l'ierco valiantly deny it. It war sex vial days before tho sheet, which declared it to be a plank in the new platforui, ven tured upon an explanation. Hut yesterday, having ro celvi d instruct ions from Washington to strike it out of the proceedings, that print declared that it was lui i on tho table, where it remains. John Van Ruren's commit tee, appointed to revii-e and correct the report, of the prow-dings. will di ike it out. in conformity w ith the tu liists oft l.o administration. The free Boilers will, there fore, be cheated out of th: t portion of tho platform. It v.aa a *ery convenient tri:k to institute a special com mittee to rtv'pc th'- proceedings for th" public eye. The Arg m of this city is not ?atistled vrith either ticket; it labors industriously for union, and dedrcs tho two State committees to form - no ticket front the two uow iu the tie'd. U is very questionable whether tho hard.; wiil uuocrtal any fusiou, as they consider every man on. the soft tieket pledged to the administration, which they so ntteily de-pl'-c. iho hards talk about trotting up a now paper here, hut tho thing i mute ea.-ily discussed than accomplished. Wlteomln Folllln. OCJt MaUJSOX CCKti.KSl'ONDEXCK. MaDtsov, Wis., Aug. SO. 1835. Meeting '?/ lit- & inot.ruti<; Ornvntiun ? Rhomvi 'tion of 1,1 r. Jlarstniu ? Anti-A(hrtini*trati'm l> hyiki (o the XatioMil fkmi .iatic Gone< ntion?Prvq?*:!J "f th-, , Tided. I airivod lu s 1 evening in thii to lutilul capiinl, anil found tlic town full of politicians and office bolder^. Here were postmasters mid laud officers, mail agents uiid cus tom house officers, constituting the relics of tlio 1'lerco puny in this ^tato. together with delegates froia every county, iinil candidates from nearly ciery school district. The liciu'ciai'c ^tatfl con Motion hud boen in .senton three days, and was just lioi. siting up its >>u sinews pre paratory to adjournment. i!ov. Barstow's friends con stituted about four-llfihs of the entire convention, num bering 151 delegates. llie Orst day's proceeding? was entirely n settlement of contested delegates. There wcte in the convention nine ten tlulegate' nhote admission was long discusscd. They c: mo in oliedieuce to the call of the State Central Com mittee, which tlxed the delegation at two from each sena te rial distiict. and one from caeh Assembly district, un it i> the latter comprised more than one county, in which CAM each i.unty COBStitating it vw to ?end a delegate. I ; appeared, on the assembling of ibe convention, that lie ddeputes f.. in tl.e new counties, as the nineteen were Icinn d, veto undividodly lor the renominittion nf (iov. Uarstoti. C. nsequently hi- enemies sought, by every means iu their power, to oust tlicm from the convention, in this. Mi'ier u hail day's display of parliamentary t actios, ttey were iii-successful. On the llrst meetii c of the convention. Mr. Ihsiolf, a delegate, and a land officer at tacros eJuidoilVie 1 a strong Auti Know Soiling resolution, declaring that it it was proved that any nominee of the convention was a Know Nu lling, i r obtained his nomination bytUe aid of Know Nothings in electing delegate* or otherwise, such n. indention six uld not he binding upon tlx' demo etacy of the State. The resolution was ilir.;i * I th d rawn, it It ing only on the temporary orgiinliatiou oi tlie con vection. but it was renewed at the |?imanenl o:g:inizi tion, and unanimously adopted. Alter a c.out"?t of two days over contested seats, the convention was perma nently organised by the election of Hon. U. llobart, 1 resident, and II. Powers and W. I". Dewey, secretaries. In tin meantime the op| ncats of (iov. Barstbw had been vastly active iu private caucuw an 1 otherwise. 'Jhey had first thought of forcing a two third rt.le on the eonv? ntlon,bnt that id* a w as abandoned u impiacticrtble. Their nest iw.m ment was to effect a general bolt. They were headed by Postmaster Noonan, it is said, of Mllwna 1.1c, cue of I letcc's chief adviser* for thi region. The de.-lgo of tl c belt was to nominate Ton. C. Esstmnn, ex men. Itr of t\ ngn ss, for t.overnor, if they could draw otf a ic pectablc number. In this they were disappointed, only nin? del _'a'? s yV ldinff to the suggestion. 'I hoy then detennint d to mako ihe be -t tight they could, and to Mcietly bolt the nomination which they found them selves unable to prevent. The contested .-cats licini; settled, a brillnt for Governor was >.,,d. Tlic warm fi lends Of Bar^tow In i<te.l .in a ti'ir re-i vote. They did not propose to be sold, i he re sult was magi' al. On the in. iiu.il voto Gov. Ita.-tow received 08 out of 144. and on ihe sec >nd, 1?*8 on* of l"'i Totes eo.-t. He v ii' declared nominated. an i the rwiK w as hailed wilh dca.tr.ing and enthusiastic cheer*. Tl i t'i'huice ol the ticki t was then nominated its (id lows:? iji ut. i r.nt Coverno* ? .VeArthur. of Mllttaukio. ?Secretary of h'Uito ? 1?. \V. Jones, of Uhyelu), Treasur< r? t'tmrle i Kuehu. of kl 'oitowae*. At!' ?ri.ey Gim ial ? Wn . K. .-'r.' th. of low.i co inty. j Fi'l^ilntcndent of Public In-ti.tetioL ? A. C. Dairy, I Katine. Bank Gomptrolfer ? W i.i. W. lVnni? ol Dodge. Mate 1'ri en (' iii.tnissioner ? E. M> iitriy, of Milw.iuVi' . Ten deli Kites to the nnte nal deinocrutit convention wi i> ( |, t-fi j h(T< r n long and enawhr.t nngry tltseni sioti, la te vnir g. the. 1 naiiH * w ere ; ? A. i*e>vey, late <!over rx t Oawford. L.te -uprwuic .tuftce; AV. J. Uibson : tate M i atoi ; Iksriah Brown, 1 tte leading d iiiocratic c-litor, now m tired; Jarre It. Oos? M?ym ot XIllwaiAi"; If. T. Zanders, a i>ron?l?Wit l*wy> r o( llactae; 8. CUrk; M. J. 'Ib'imu.. Solomon limuiu. the first -eitlcr in the Wnte; and in ."ehultie . t Ik y i .eatt men opisi ed t< tho 1-1 liey ? f I ieree in his np|? ntinen s lu thi? -'i.: :e They aie nulional i'.mi>i> mts, !i Wudly te ihe frivldeutt but unnnlinou i:; their enmity to the men ho has rewards I with the bestoSo* in too .-ule, u. le Uov. I's rslow, and thi iMlinroui thi ticket nominatoil. They will be very likely toesk k'r. Hovw to make ron e ehno ? at lea>i such wa the exp < ? <d or implien p'eig'- uiider w f i. It thi y were nomlna >si. It l.i a .iiljoct of .me wondst here whether thii nerv uoiulti : t.tih.u will ?atl>fv the I re i lent that he ha i eh. ?en the w ong sort of mends in thi .te. Out of it c..nn'nti n of ISO there w. re only twent) uigh vo.e, ca t agaiiint tiov. Iktrau>w, knowa as an out-snd-oo an'i I'ii rce man, ?ud who, it *?#-? Un<iwu with the official v .|e nf rvOOfl M.>joi i 1 1. ti . oar^ ago, had ivtivcd a taVor of the Pr< Mi nt, ,ind nx t a i cfi.ial. TIim plntfmm adopted is .in ( ii b>i ^il of the Hilt uiore i ' ndutiotis of 1MK, a milk ami water i*pre 'leo ifcen fidenee in lie natieual adoiiniatratlon. whiih ineaat tot ;, las and m i l'iere< .m. I Km w Kctblng and r.ntt I uor L'tr. U ltxikctl upon a of no con | ? n. i>, the i - . ' dei 1 u eg upon th. pot ilartty of tlx 'x uninee a.?l tery little ? y n the | > in?.iples the eoiiventton tx p;t v .il. H,o eks ti in t.ike- j l . in V. > ember. H ri ult w H de|H nd n he action of the lUrpnbtlcau t'< >> entbm, which t..e?-t- heti i ? ;.t week. I g.-eatly doubt, hnwe <? . whether iliev t> li do anjjiing to impair the present prospect that ihe democratic ticket will be eoiee<vfiil be n majority eff.tioi.' or *-,? ?*? vot' i, (Ion ntu It r?low ,*t d obtie tb( >troug< -i n n ihe d'-.iM ? i ut f rw a) tl. ITis pt rsoi al po,.u!ttiity is giv.it ; he hat nu met. hi- and hard weii.;n?; i i i. and till ?. ni.it.and the unciiviicd fei.'igu . ?e. 1 >1 II ho heie tl ? da J . ? ' ? t.l v.-u t|i -n the t al of rhe RepntN:^an t'onv '.tlon t. <- t . ,? m xt week-, rbey have a new d.iih iiir the fusion twrty In n ? the* (till ihl ... . h.tf *. .. s. II >!! M.,|itr IViitlf s, mi ? it i.if vM9?0ttSWt'0 #OuVJ be found supporting Picrce's ad?iaistra that George Evans ?nd Nathan Cliffur4 ?oaid be ?4voi?ting tho Mine cause ud Um same nomine ?Ad that ex-Governor Hubbard end would be-Oovemor iieed would be united for the purpose of affecting the destruc tion of the Maine law, which the tenner railed into H5?, and the Utter has promised not to harm in cis* he should ever come to SU the Executive ? hair ? a pl'"?lge that he if not likely over to be railed upon to fulM. But ho it has turned out. Tho whigs and v'.rr.itv strut ion men are coming together with (rent readiness, uniting on ?he iu>m? candidates for State Senator*, and proponing tq do the tame thing on candhlates for representa tive*, the object being to carry the Legial&iure, which body really is the government of the State. The -tmnces of success to this undertaking are by no mean* contemp tible. They are quite good, thoegh my faith is not strong enough in thorn to make me wnger anything on *hom. What 1 would say in this? that when the Morrill men epeak of their opponent* a* being without hope, they are altogether mistaken. The now coalitionist-* arc a very hopeful body of men, and not unreasonably so. Come of the union* brought about by thin antepast of that era when the lion and the lamb are Hterally to lio down together, are ammiug enough. In Kennebeck ounty, l ot M. Morrill head* the whig ticket, tine of the member* ol the Whig Contention that nominated him no* troubled about somebody not being '? sound for Mor ilt," not moaning the Governor, but lx)t, of that name. It certainly in lulHclent to mrvo the rl-ibles of a man as michgivmlo tea s us was tho weeping philosopher, to hear : he w hlgs feniing 'hat anybody ?nuM uot vte lor an old diinociat. In Lincoln cunty. Mr. K. W. Farley U one of the democratic i andide'es for Senator, though he baa been a rao.it virulent enemy of tuo dtmociats. and de testa tho n-itionul adminis tration. Yet, it ought to be added, it may be i oubted if he dislikes It more than it is disliked by most < f bl-< new associates. W hen you talk with whig* about il.eir ?u| port of the administration they deny that they aie givli g it any support, but add that, if tho democrats lioul 1 make a good nomination for President, at the ui xt. election, I hey will -upport such candidate. They do not much fancy the thought of voting lor Pierce, but probably they would do so rather than see tho success of their credent opponents, wh'>m they coroislly hate with a hatred surpns. ii>g that of womun. The farre of rupportinp different candidates for Govern or is ktpt i:p by tlie whig* and democrats, but it is be lievid that Judge Well* will get the groater part of all tho votes tbat chiill be ca t agaiiut Morrill. Some peo plc Ihink be will be chosen by the people. I-int year tlio jjojiular vote lor Governor waiwus follows: ? Whole number, of votes 90,031 Necetoaiy toi a choice ...45,317 Gov. Morrill bad .44,-vftf Mr. 1'uivifi had 'J8.4A5 Mr. Need had 14.001 Mr. Cary had J.47H Scattering....' 1-7 Mr. Cary was the runt and auti-adminisiralioR <*ndi datc. As the democrats aie now united In orpo-ltlon to lhe .V.uii.e law, Judge Weils is very suie ol' aimo-l alt the votes ti nt weio cast for both Harris Hnd Cary. Tho num ber was 31. $?0, and certainly not less than 31,000 of tiiein aie reliable for Well-. Are the 14,000 whig* equally it liable? Not for Welts, 1 think, though most of th?m will vcte atain^t Morrill. In Sew Hampshire, last Vaicb, quite a number of wliips voted for Air. Bell, though every one knew that Mr. Metcali' w.in to las Go vernor. i-'?> it \\ ill probably bo hero, ''onio whigs of the stiff sort, who have not got up to the times, and who thick that as He- d was nominated by a whig jonventiou. theiefoie be must he voted fet*. will by their action uot improl ably prevent Wells' electb n, even if it should i?e favored in :? 11 other way:.. TImisc who voted for Morrill a year ago irill mostly rote for him now. I believe Uiat th* diction will lie MM by BCW vot. r-. The anxiety to cai ry tho flection i.; not a little strengthened by the chaneo tbat thoie le.iy be no choice of Governor by the people. Cool-headed nun Ihink that, tho contest i- likoly 10 be decided by a cio:-e vote, as has m ire than once leen the caso in Maine hoioie now. Wc aie < vcrrun w ith orators from abroad. The Mor lillitc*, vrbo v.f.e suddenly roused from their slumbers by tlie signs of an approaching union nuong r.U tboir opponents, have caused numoiox s members of tho na tionu I opposition to notno heiC. Mr. Banks is here from Mesf schuvetts, fighting agiin-t his old eronios: and so is Gen. Wilson, who bring* his exporlemo (it coalition making to the benefit of the State administration. Mr. Hell and Mr. Halo, fri in New Hampshire, have helped th Morrill n:cn. Senator Wade, of Ohio, who has been here, 1ms not helped tin ui. UN extreme violence caused a good deal of disgust, and w ill be found to have lessened the "lepublSoan'' v >te. ?lur "republicans'' dislike the national administration, but not the nationi! Union, ! which Mr. Wade does not l-.vv. judgiuj,' flrom In- lan guage. Mr. Fe?sonden, Mr. Washburn, and Mr. Perry, aie 'he chief champions of domestic breed. Ol' tho g?-n th men named, live are msml- rs of the U. S. Senote, and thoiett aie nicmbeis ot the LT. S. Heu-e of itej.rc-cutr. tives. Mr. Niles's letter to th< Portland meeting was a hitter one. 'lhat Iran Mr. U. V. Butler, ot ye.ur State, was much lil.ed by those io whom it was addressed. Mr. Ion's id only laughed at. For him to atfet to be opposeil to "boltirg'' among democrats, alter hi* own conduct in 1848, when he went into the Vuu Bureti movement | against his ow n sen.- e of right, and in opposition to his leelirgc, is indi'td u capital Joke, though r a. th"r dreary iu its character. The talent is largely on the side of the "republicans," hut the men of tho other coalition mute up in andncity what they lack in power of mind. A Btron^ hope of re turning to poFtession of llio local spoil., a desire to make themselves of importunco to the national party, imd a wnim desire for revonge, animate the supporters of Well", Hnd make of thorn u formidflMe host, on-' that 11 ay l>c deleuteil but is not likely to be conquered. Kin?r.i Politics* OCR WESTPOIIT (MO.,) COBBBfrOKDKJfCK. WntTOB, (Mo.,) Aug. -11, 1865. W hi'fiM NcmlmUi! v.* M< Pro-*ktveiy Candida!*? 11u Dimicra'.ic Organ i.tiiicn a! V ? 'join nmcnt of i Ik Legislature, dc. <l<\ 11. c convention to nominate a ondiilste for Con?revi met pursuant to tie call. limit' wa< near two hutidrod bard listed yeomen In attendance ? till disorder and con fiiflon? ineetitg ai:il odjou ruing? every one with hi? finder in the lire, lu u new country evi iy one expect* to rise, hence the bigge.-t fcoU liave as much t<> .-'uy u ni y. H<>* ever, leaving the lmu c on account of hr.it, tlicy all huddled tinder thv shade of two giant oaks, but j e?tcrday the Indians ritual. He.c many Bpei?ehes by litaut young men, all bunkum. Some, bowtw, were eloquent, amongst whom we may mention the nana of Mr. HaMennan, who i? far mote competent to represent u? !n Congrt en tlmn WhlMeltl. By-and-bye a letter canto Ircin Col. Isaaeks, declaring U hi" nune wouhl pro I tiblj produce disunion in the pro-slavery ranks, there fore, "he ruust beg louvo to decline, reserving W> liim*elf the opportunity and pice-sure of supporting whoever tlie i 'invention thought fit to lunniiiate. VTodid nut know whether this wa* magnanimity or ehioken-heartedness, It being well-known that he had u majority In conven ticn, ami almost witain of the nomination. The eon vi ntinn, th' t? line, declared WhUtKld unanimously the i.oininee <4 thi pro-slavery party. A committer wa; then i.i pointed totriil upi? him. appri iti;; him ?f the n< minatu n and re^ue^tln* .i clearance ot the ts.ee u aliens here'-fore circulated ajta'.n^t blw. But he referred to nn accusations, hi men iy thanked them in a rough way, and hoped the oppo-i'e parly would not enter U. in r.ny U! v ill again.*! lilm. Xbeticnoralisagood-hearletl tello,., bill i. n't ?|Kuk . nograoe, no language, no voire. He i?, however, popular among the pooplo, 111 ._?? hit whiskey and ti eiefi ie must met '-ed. IV?1. Isa- - was called on, hut declined, being a iiitie M. 1 Whit will stump tl i whole tciritoiy; ii inu 1 i c it /-t interesting can - Renler *ili ru obai ly be U ee -oil nomine . lie i 1 1 w Kans* >wij : ha* told . friends that lie i nut yet dnn< villi 1 ho Ten lurry. Ihc attempt to orgvnlzo a i mocratic party fo. Kanaaa hn I'aili d. no far as tiiL'shi* ? :y men are concerned; Ui'oy now see It i? one of Ree>! r's dodgcii, ossi'ted by tt ad ministration. Pone ?f Mr. riorce's Indian agents i-tartej to (to to the e< nvi nt'on, t it on arriving het o an 1 Hading ihe ten t ot the l/ejrl-lailre ii'.r:.iii-t tliem, and 'Mil Whit ?it.d I- aek.i, and ail, they .juu .'y remained. Hue is on" of Fltrot'i ui ve lo e.- ti.Mi.-h fret toil ism. It was eomiiclled t?<'oro take it in atn way. A? It h?s turntdout IV ?e s> ii convention, eiitupt'"* niany Southerner*, espoeiaily the coMervatiTee, it in. i.nds tendency to weaken the-o ith otii land; its >r.\ e:iti 'n, however, viUvnarni it. If it had Inrned out ? trniy Southern oi.-h nidation, il. n a ?j lit wiSlVl liavo ii4' vttably eitsuad, and the !>?- *orl in mim e walli into Conjrresn with ea o. i'he wliign and t: o if> p.i>.?! ..veiy n en v- til i ni ecr ii vc eonseateil to th; i w tliem-i'lvi nndr< its Nwner ? jld pifjn<lioM ? ntl'-ont <ide, and wniught op p:iaiions ou the othor, wotili ferevei ha\e been a i?r to unity. Mr. l'le ''C hat- thi ' ihroi gh IiLh agent.i and mil v nicker". T1 pit ?i*? never a gT?t< r necctelty for t.nioo ? the | f> and anii*-' are M? ly equally ilivTlvxi ? lliey liuve. I moan tie free *o|]*r*, been hard a* worU i iii i e 1he viotory of the oiatfry l?rty, nliiln the i-lavery | : rty hn- only iej>iioed iu vi''ioi j won. 1ht> free sellers wfil .'urely die liard. hut die they nu.t, ? i" ej? thi I tiion i" d! -lo'r.l, e.ud free iu 'i!uti us lilewn i>> the f?' (Minfi < the glube. 'li e i icoiatun adjonrned la.it night at twelve o'clock, n nu?lng, Hientng end enri ilioir hilla, and drinl.ing wblsky, engio- e<l ntucho* their la'.e; sitting. You luay doi^nil t.pon it they ate a jolly net of feQow ? the lam trnny Hh|I Imts r.:i?t florapere. M O . t of the lime uu 'iig il i w;ek was takt :t vp in ? lecliiig jiii'gt s, attorney tir the district*, enmnilsnioner for th? -ui?t sberi.f he,, forjtho Tcrritorv. t en.<'< Ifc-ewa- deeted cominander la-chief of the mlHftn of tho Territ^. y. lit la th" ablest iMml-t.' of the Kenate n l.ir-; fir.e-l ic'.lng man, j'lca iant | In hi i manners, and withal a fine debater. Hi has l?? ti I the i heck to imprudent k;;ii-Ut',ite. Mm nh'iekiiig bill* that paused the liouse without i .n~-< nUng vi^1 . w. i ? Mlli <1 'n the Senate by the iniiuenti ?<! theirei i r.". M.,y he live long to omnmet-' th - rerriti ' v. 1 will -ut - o yi e Cut thet (u a few day i of the deifi^ at U n-eh. C,. V, . M. cocntt omonit it rtn tin 25th ulf. the ti. ? o! K..ii.a-. ?> iti I. i|ii nirg Ci uuty olHi i?: - r>c itn'n Ibunti Kr?>t<eta 'if, 3 1'. V. r: ? ? - tv I onitniM'lontt's Aievander IH.-rni'g I, it. 'log -h ' tf, < .1 ey It. U nit1- r lh*i?n Hm?i ? l' i mi Judge, ' i s i. H ' v t i y i ? i.i ii'V . ffi.i. Yi t'k. Ji t ill... - h'Tllf, w. I . MeVajr. l.-i-rtn n f\# afy ? I' ; .>h6l?' Judg^, 1 *. V, It. |. ? I . ?i ty t 11 . it*- I?n ' x . p. If' u ll. | ? ?e!', Sa ? ! It j n: l, i(T, Gwr?? M. I yer ? in #? . i f? I n ?i' Juilge. Jar K tj Ij!I t .. i iy t ntn,?"i'inei^. rtchard 1 Bo n V M . "i i i>f .'nines WUr in. ? /"' lilt. ik ' '? .1^1' I ' llA li Jehu* i i ,,tuu ? ; ictut* ,i log", A. . X>hneon, 'V in ty Otmro ? ?, t- >, ? i.irW ,,f ? b teery -n- . if. t . Ji I t. T?. J.?U?i ? i ? ?'i. ? '? !r I f 'Ve f.r.fc ,? V', ' ''ir jr OdWtiHiler.ers, Jacie* faee-'ii, K?r.ij -. . t? r v. P. I> It [ Nil. t y t V.. " 'y. ? Pr ..ate Jiidg' Katt?fiu ? etntty Commissioners, Brleeoe Pa>Hn, Lee Low; Sheriff, John U km BovriHm County. ? Probate Judge. SudI A. WnUainn; Coenty Commissioners, J. O. T. Wifcon, Char. Wlsgfleid , .-h?riff, B. ?. Hill. AUtn County ? Y robate Judge, Char!osP?M<more-, Coun ty Commissioner, Burnett Owen; Sheriff, W. J. 'iodfrey. AntUr.vn County. ? Probata Judge, Ceo. Wll*on; Coun ly Commissioners, Win. R. True, John Clark ; Sheriff, P. B. Cummins. Praitkltn County. ? Probate Jui'gc, J. Yocuin; County Conimiwioiierg, Win. McDowell, Samuel Robertson; She riff, lilchard fielding. Skaicnrt County. ? Probate Jnilge, W. 0. Ynger; Countj Commissioner*, Win. Yocuin. Ed. Heagland; Sheriff, tieu. W. Bar xf. Xt mtka County. ? I 'rotate Judge, J. C. Thompson ? Coun ty Commissioners, Jesse Adumson, John D dew; Sheriff, Jus. K. Th<mipson. Marshall County. ? Probate Judge, Jos. Doniphan; Conn ty Commissioners, A. 0. Woodward, S. J. Cramer; She riff, A. S. Clark. Itrilry County. ? Probute Judge, Clay Thompson; Coun ty Commissioners, Thos. Reynolds, Wm. Cuddy; Sheriff, Jolm S. Frico. Brakenridat County. ? l'rjbate Judge, Thoa. S. 11 11 (Ta

ker, County Commissioners, Herman U. Elliot, Charles II. Wy'liington; Sheriff, John B. Korman. Hi-htct Attorney*. ? First Listrict, Charles Orover; Se cond district, H. A. Iluchison; Thud district, John T. Brady, T).Ce? offices are filled with pro-slavery won. Counties thick with r boli'.ionists are thus to be governed by good pro-slavery officers; and the fiee Hoilers hare no cUilne to elect them. Such was the object of the Legislature in n.ahlng the>e appointments. Abolitionists, if they wre elected to the place of Sheriff, would not < aforce the lairs. And so of the ollico of Probate Judge. il)c sheriffalty of Douglas county, in which lies t.lio fur famed Lawrence, was hotly coutc<!ed. It was given, how i ever, to the man who ''had been tried, and would see the luwn put in fmco, despite all opposition." '1 he Probate Judgeship of Leavenworth, w.is also eon. | tested with spirit. John A. Hold*, man, Ks<j., Secretary i of the Council, a man of considerable ability, and withal 1 a very clever gentleman, was elected, lie is a young man. Missouri ??id Kanmu TO TUB KDITOK OK TUB NKW VOHK BK?AU>. EEAll Sir? Enclosed is an article addressed to the 1 h.U delthla yoilh American and United Si '?'? GaseUf, wr en in Lwer to two articles published in that paper on June aeih lust. 1 hat paper h is not taken the subtest notteo ?f the article, but baa continue.] to publeh the m , savage orticles on Missouri. When I cowldev tta p feet iy temperate language of i he article ltaelf, With th fact that. I requested their editor to forward me the b.ii lor its insertion, and also that roy statements were gua ranteed by my signature, thereby roll eying the paper from ,?U ie?i>< nubility, I feoVsoinewhat indignant Missouri trades vtth Philadelphia to the amount of several millions annually. I myself buy largely of rhil ? i'rli liia manufactured goods, awl I had a rigut to e h ar ute nThe lead ?g pnpe? of that -itv almost d. iy brands ^?l?i?nTaf m Mate as " border vuliiaus, " apply hi* to then, mry "crmfor r, :aUty and viUaoy tlaj the English language con supply; and when 1 articles in the most leaiperatc lunguage-la.igulgo Uut & * where they will have the largest cU> ?Utlon. I am, fir, rcspectfolly your-, THOMAS a a JihV 21, lb >5. TO THE KDITOHS OK THK >'OKTfl AUtJiUOAN A>'C nS'TED STATUS GAZETTE, PHILAMLLPfllA. r. N?^-Ib? leave to call your attention to t-.o nrru\v, in v.iur Din er of Jun- last, headed "1 opular ait) it.* iw } 1 * t % f ( ftiiiuun on tlio Compromises. to bo the lo,. 15 ng one i^fcsa^^SSSssS "ame o Tdi-^'t ant ?b|lor^^f*Jht^eVe^lHt trouble you if I di.l not think th- occasion, or the .tate .if' affairs, should arouse every good man and tru. to stand by his constitution? that const itnj ion wWch iy an. estors helped to form, ti.\ which 1 love from iny heal"!? that constitution that took years of 'abjr ? toil of the best uu.u in the country to form, and under which we Lave lived so long and happily. As tor ma, (K 1, ljttif matter wlio I am.) 1 am a merchant oi St. Louis, ^il'ed in Connecticut. iW to New Orlean. wheio rostded about twelve years; then went to 9t. Wis, ana l,ave re>i?led there nine yisrs, a- a merchai t of the place. I mention these facts as an evidence that I . jugul to be well and thoroughly acquainted with J'^1 and opinions of men So.tli, South and West ..and , wUh .a tl,< rouL-li knowloi'ge of ail these, my own oplui .M ought to be .as I hope ih?y are, strictly' conservative. And why Mn 1 thus particular f It is because 1 see i 1 stot . ?" K<^1 ' ] tiji/ vb eh muy burst upon the country with the vki lei!:, of u toreado. which, wl.cn cleared, may weal ,..o fragments of the most glorious country the world ha '^Ardwliat is all tlilst let u? review it. "Hie que.iUon of f-V.viry I am not going to discus*. Whether i iga or w?'r, ii is no admitted institution in tho . f tho I rited state", and by that most the co"' , 9 uf or fi ll. I have reference to tl.c Immediate c .million or ihp iV-plinirs and opinions of men. . ? . \\ } ?t is the opinion of Northe n nienont^o *u Jr of ti e Nebraska bill un'l the laie proceedings in Kansas, tliiv tl ink they have been outraged, their rights train pit <i u,M n ? Hint tli-y have been wronged and Jfl this tot -of Hut let u . it view the matte, a Uitlc. lUs 1 )?!' \ot 1 }* 8i?v property at stukcv?hay^ tlicy a dol. -r ii. vested in tho PoulEf flavc they not all the i .States u the Vi i. n ut their service, to jro in with all they Uaio, tn?aj tenner they pleaw, and all the Territories* h not th, wh. le country, wherever the glorious Ha* of our v hv s, open to evry Nor hern man? Is it w wlta uie ^d^r'frt tt ^ -S yNorrriri^ r,,d ffll " l-t. "lor lhat'arc not the Southern (.tat?" a si nice of vvea'ih to the Northern p..rtion ot the c nt< derccy; la it not un iuinieuse market for Nor^Lie.u jircduce an.l mat.nfnctu, ,f_dr.twi?g ^ "W^y from Kurore for their cctton, aad paying l? to tho Nonh t r their supplies? Is there nnv ?ueh thing as Polling North to the wall er trampling on their il?Uts tu .m t.u?i 1 et ci.ador calmly answer. .. , Aud what in the Southern opinion it;>?n these ms.te. nerrt>l!> U "v l-ij un i.rto cl frouiwl hu'I '"V-"? IU butv.n hall only do what vouplense on "nc i ,.le <* tn lire' What i' this? Would you call this justice. > i t im h was ti e rompTomi-e of 1^>, in the ojonion ol t J(.etii aud V lieu we mal i an ace. ...-ion of Tt rrltmy nave V,. t tl'e i-. utl.ern men a> msch right to it as 1 'N?j'U" ei n men hav ? T;i w liat w ay, In ? hat possih e v a> , do s th.. Holding . falaves interfeie with soy Northern uim? i i ivhts any" here in the country, ex.-pt as a MWI'l' 'Mi ter of ophii. n. Tlie Northern tniu wishes diffen nt, ul it afreets him in no oth< r way. ... Uowmatiy Northern men go ^o^ Are the r rigB s inf rfert.l wltL-U their propj . ty . ?;?M 1 ? "d Vfj ^,"e" lor. ilily tuW.n Vroni tlietn? llow is it w .th lh.. .^oui uor i man that ff.s-s Noitb. or e\eu passes through a f " r.;:a constitution ..:??..? lv ouaraT.t. es t<> li'm ns such, I* it not publi y iiily, at n?s>n and midday, tak-n from ,""1 facte or are they not? Does the North know ,li. t vi .j su. h necuri.tie. ? and you, as elites. tr\ 1 1 uen t they wxo- ? in commented upon *?lli th?- utnm t i n & by eveiy man South-every city, < v. rjr lillage, ev. ry house? bv nigh and low, rich an I poor? I he South savs the North 4?es not ; off i rd Its compro mises, and they' have no faithin them. insUu. e. s not tl.e fugitive slave law a e.nnpl.;U> dead leVUrt n Sou 1 h thinks -<?; and yet this fugitive slaveUw is g ta j.nteed by the c ustitutt.m to the South; but lan any ii!Hii South go anywhore North to tak- his rut.a? ?y. ?? cei t at peril of hi? life, or costing tne government f o u . U\> nty to lit"! v thousand dollars? litre U i. eon-ti.uti. nal right, as Wnding as any ariWe in^it whipped away totally and forever t<y tho North. nil the, e thlnp origtnally intend. d m the wh- made, that drew the thirteen Mate ^ i. this? fan any man snawer tiie. o thing . Art ui / l" tf not surpiUtrg to heat Northern n x-a t .w t v. i v man e..n irrolleet seven ye rs ? s"t .'--J r'iVng ,;.uhuv!'tb rl;.u,i.? ?.iU?? Ai d when that bUl -lo ok the 1 U,V" II ? i like a ffiant. :?>* wa-v DuuWm Cen ter, who st."-. ? .tmnr.-r tl >? t.?rr. ut of Northern opinion. ",.I T ws. -U. h .. conn Hitient given i" a h'linan ? ? ',,,1,1 thnt (Treat U' n iu the eireutar letter sent t' \ bv 4 lie f men of N#,w KugUn I ?nd cU? ? i ir ft rt inf IK- ts ??? the laud, ?? than km.; him r.V;;;-'ni -f t,",r,-io,T: ,wh" *, iut' v V ? ?Iten.'ir ? " ?? '< nM| f,n' "r "1' "? ? M it at .^Ju? Xut. ' "T4 s^rr..u.!M^ -t lt -hhs/" ^?-u^.^.iwtTt^.i'. t'e wn,. t.. r> t" Vn :t <f 1 or rwi.ec with LU ? i Ulu ?.Z\ v ' ? ny bond ! hi t?<. t q4 ii 'rty that the ? . n tituU n gi .ill \) ?m t?r*n] I r v olw* frr tl. in ti ? ' r i |r tM t' i*. %r?l*en it ft-.i-th' ''>en( .lei.ttf.t by'l.c *? th6m' ^ ^ titogs I nZ1lLl^hL07!ifI2^ ^ North ,n **?"?*> ????? ?rfev?^^^ ^lill,-OBfia,u' ontragwl the rigr.ts bow^knJJL . i ^ e,?*ntry, in forJbly entering with to 01" o/ fhe r???^PCr,' driTin? '?'? fro# sw! Mt of returned abolitionists who kam^diT^i r?Pol!* hited oubt thin*. wIIuiT i *J* MWostnoualy rir;u "a)S^rt ^ b. arc not two /a ? ' , thero to be candid. flection br??1.AU 0? I 1 whether they appear in Kansa* st f^?i? I h'ladelphia, or, as in the fugitive Vave"'a^? tn 'Jr?<, Boston? but that the free soil seliler* T?^-? V1U*' lu .he Missourians I dehorn lSSSSS^Tr&~ ft Xj lur obnoxiuuH case now and then wu foiwJ V? u; Lellere to b. the caw. Let U? o^aT^J into thu taElJ excitement in Missouri, and see w her.- th.j blame in- Mi, souriis already unrounded, North and Ka.t, ^ Io?aa?i .i ? ' Kansas Territory bonien it w^ all along the frontiers of Illinois the negroe. are const Tat W runoff by people in lUinofa. I wilf give v,,u 7 stance? about tlireo years -toec, about thirty were ma oil to one night. from St. Oenevieve wl iu vN unity, (this thing had t*?i going on for several years)' n this occasion the people were thoroughly aroused in meri themselves to the teeth, about seventy-fire in Lumber, crossed the river, and went into the interior about twenty miles to a little town; on their appearance tl,ennin?niWilS f'l ' <Ii<V5"1 thort> "D I'urp -so,) which was the nignal, and brought together about tlireo hand-ed well uim?d men, (the poopleoi this town kept wagons at he ifver rule, for ihe express purpose of running off ne .w'*? V'?f c41"0 ?*??? ?t night.) The Missourians 0, dfe H-1 , i? WET' Md said they would have them o) tie . Ig.:t theie. Ihey stoad arrayed arainst oadi oth er, when the lllhioi-nxis, not liking the looks of their op ponents, though outnumbering them four to one, com wence. l a parley for the purpose of gaining time to run them off but the Mlasourians demanded them to bejrivcti up lus.untaneously, and they wore surrendered. Had !'riten'h,. kat T k* *1? OVCr' they woal,! l;lT" i i , 1 havc, known some of my friondi in St. S Sev^T ",ight,a1' IU"ir ''?use servants, ser vantn tliey had rauo<l and always truiu'.l kindly who would never have thought of leaving if they lfu'd not teen tampered with by som#viIlaln. Is it to ?.o wonder frel LI^V, Un! ( ue^ oircu,,"tani:es, .Missouri shoull Wers* huring another free .State upon ner Toes the North know of this fact, that about a year ?toco H was rumored in Missouri that the leading aboil Tn.l n<h<.?, I''?. ' 1,CV- Thc",lore 1'arker, Harrison and o hers, had ruhsod a company with a capital of five millions ot dollars, lor Ihe oxpres.i purpose of in ikinir Kansas a free titate? Tl?, rumor spread like ChuiiSf thioi.gli the Male, and I firmly believe that it it. weiv necessary, twmo counties in the Interior would move en - (lie abandon their iarms ami go an 1 settle in Kausis such was the excitement. DuriSg the 1*11 thero^r? vvai ^n 'lif'or ,y 1 ,,U^ ,,Ke "P,thc Missouri river of steam am r Hteamlniat, luaOetl with emigrantfi from thi< Aid ( cmpany in Massachusetts. They lamled in Kansas ami were thrown upon (he plains without shel'e.- or food ?tth a tevere winter coming on, an d a largo number of ihete same abolition settlers were housed and m 1 durlne a most rigorous winter? provisions high? by the-;e >ain* l 1,01 ,ler r,'th"?'' they nro trrme i. Does th.> North know this 1 No, sirs; yet it is a fact, and Ihe Hissourians *ent ever the line to vote, Intend to br ettl rs u #hT<?r are opened and the lands surveyed bat hevean enter their lanes and take their families ! nMiref Wasi.aehus.-ils Aid Company's emigrants do And what did fiov. Heedorf Ho informed the Uu,ii. tiomsts tvo months Ix-fore the el?cti?n 0f the ,|liv ?i :,q occurrence, and did not it. the Mi-sour'-ns^ law nntll he last moment. Ihl- H fact, and cm yon wonder ,' !!Lk^C n?i? no^ Mwhouri pD' p].' us mw%h tefuV?fnd ^i ? *nd y1}1? U>* im?oPU from Mas*aehu il itt r 1 I x to? whole ol the North, t.) a man "oem 1.uttht -(Le nt Z!!r"r I ?ujt?':int:i hai1 n? right 'there, n,L i .. . nkohtionlst cniTgranU ami there br Kev he.slore l arker. ?,;d others of I, U kind v.^re the oulV ahtful occupants ol the soil. I and afinn tjint tl?? Th? ?Ur not diive oB the .,4 ^ setups Theie were hard words and totouje esoltemenr, and all Where" e5?C,ti"? eIeclior,*i. wl'OthCr there or cb?. um^ztw;;:^;.niknonwnUpi wouirno?bk,ne^Lm.C,'IUCrV"tiVJ _ Whatv.ouhl be the effect, do you iupposo, If the nen ple of Missouri should deciaro their intention of mufiw Of lmiy 1?,lhe *tu'? "f it'^achusetti, for the puS "nu ,)y ,hp;r numbers oting the people, with ihe intention of altering the State c mstitn tton and making It, as it once w, a slave Mato l httive it for yourselTei to draw the picture of tj;clic incnt, the confusion and consequences. Th ,e thinr< i fki'e"''!v. f the Nurth never think upon, but they make up their minds that slavery is an evil, nud must >e and nril?le? f ?? "r ,lttcrl/ regardless of the rights ! ,V fre' of ',^e otlj"r members of th eon (HneriLio and totally regardless of the artielcs of agreement. Aw not thoce statements ti ut^. H.no I i^lc any mistT^ meute. Are not these factsr And if so, where, and how ?? when have tho .^juth driven Hie Nor>)( to th?- valt ^n7er& ,U: "?ht ^ w!fi i /Tu1,aT,e U1*J' in tho IcaH degree the Interests of the North!- No, sirs, not to the amount of a .ingle doUar; and yet one would thmk. fr.,m -.hat v. r. ad and hear, that the North had suffo^od and rc mived an irrepurahle injury from the South. *hat is the opiel n ' (hr Soulli regardli" <'aliforniav 'hiyT.v,o VC " ' iKht ,l," ''" lr ?Plnion' > It is .his, thai ,KtV'be?1>r0?I ,*d fr",n ,hn ,,ch mines of that Mlem'td country. Is it so, or Is it not/ A-I; vourselvl heT, b?! f n? U'ai' la,", property there. Vet ? ? ' country wave-' its glorious stars and , "" 1 'S^'puts it in half I .1 Ii cnn Ukc I'H p.operty there of e- erv discilntlon. yet the Sontliern n.au cannot. But ;lia"t point ts yndded by the Houtl, witho.n a murn.ur. -Ixt tliO states choose tor thomselvt H." . ' J?01? :'?nc. Iam eick at heart ?t the preseiat <'?" * .wiC'iiM "Si S'.'I.VSJ,? i rank abolitionist wild to me, not long since, '-We have gotyounow;. ?n.eNebra.ka 'bill ,vasT perfect Ooliend to us. Hie bill was of no acoonnt anyhow, but we hav got the people waked up now, und we will right it oat the l?n" n?" htUrt'S blo,?,, but wc"11 ^ lutein t.f^ u??d' n? C''n,""en, : b,,t if ,b,?, I'nion is pe.?rsted let Northern men l!ame themi?eWe!i. not the South J.espectfu'iy, yours, THOMAS I). PAY, of St. Louis. Weekly Report of Dentin In the city and county of Now York, from th> list <\&y "f Prptcml or to the 8th day of Pepteml er, 1S.">5. Men, 68; women, G2; boy*, IS" ; rri 1 1- , 18'.1 ? Total, 501. Adult*, 124, child i en, 377; male-, 2o0, Itonalw, -51 ; color ed pergon*, 11. DIS1U.HM. Ab^cem of the belly 1 Fevwr, jmerperal 2 Fever, remittent 1 Kever, sea: lot 1 Ft\er, typhoid 3 Fever, typhus 8 Fracture of the nclvi*-... 1 Kiactuie of the skull 1 Fracture of the -pine. . . . 1 1 lea i t, <H <w of 7 I l^art , fatty 1 Hooping cough 21 Inflammation of bowel*.. 5 Initanunution of ... 8 Int. animation o> Kv^r. .. . 1 Inliami uitlon of lung*.. .10 Inflammation of -pin". ... 1 Infl: iram&tioa of <tomoch. 4 Inflainiual'on ot t<?i: tllr . . . 1 ?iHuudii-e 3 Kiduey.n. ui-e. ? ot I liver, dl-iea.se of 1 I ock j.i W 2 Malformation of heart.. .. 1 Mallo. mation ft' lun^.. .. 2 Miir.i^uuM, iilT.' a' iie ofl Me.i?te< 5 Mortlflcat ri of mouth and fece * Neuralgia ol utotnacn... . 1 old age 2 Heariny. . 1 Krtmatur* hi: li 8 111 ti-ntlon of men-' 1 Klicumatiain 1 tfcroluia. . . , n Hcnrvy I At icea* of tl e liver 1 / 1 ce-f of the kidney*. ... 1 All uminail.i and biighi'n di e?f? of kidm/H 1 Ap< j li xy , 4 Am lima 1 Heeding 2 f'lerdlnjf from bowel* 1 Bleeding from lunfc* 1 deeding ft >m itomach. .. 1 I hiding from tomb '?> Y.< wels, d incase if. ...... I Plain, dlMMB of. 1 Utcnchitin 3 Horned or ecalded.. .... . 6 Cancer 3 Inflammation of Ftomach Cancel of tl.o biea*' 1 Cancer of the ??tonmch... 1 Cholei a inlantuui. CO thtleru uorbtin 1 ' In bo. U ol liv timpK /--ion ol the b:ain by fall 1 Ccnenarion of the brain by in 11 1 C< ngeMlon of the brain. . . 4 ('< bgciti< n of the lung-. . . 2 Consumption 40 CeBTabton*, infantile. . . .?0 ? roup 4 i ?billty. infantile 2 I clirlom tremens 1 1 lanhoea 41 Propny 4 1 u.ji y in (lie l.i id 21 Drowned 8 iH.-enteiy 28 rnlcrgi men! of the heart. 1 Kry>lielan 1 Fever. 2 1 e\?r. raatilc 1 I i' .rr, intermittent 2 Fevi i nervou* 1 Total 301 nirjRn Mim ? mkw n >l?r*.e j^tlllbo.n Sni -ide. by laud >nnui..,. Teething I i 'era'i m of th" aplno. . liberation of tbr tKiwel".. Unknown ^not ?l?tf-l>... Hi nt". J inte, K : 1 ftuiin . i"l iiei vo< M) ( rr.e lative organ* 7 Kaatt and blood ve--e!?.,10 I throat, TO Old .tge.. 2 *l.iii A nd eiuptive lever* 10 Tola I ? Ot wbi a tigbUtea wt:e froo; violent .jiu*e.<. ><?. i o 'er 1 year 1?r> :t0 to 40 year* ..29 It'. Syeara Ill <0toA0j?irr 21 Sin 30 ft to '.0 .. earJ II' 1 .0 y ear* 11 liliboi n k prc.nl'C birth. 30 (Hoinach, t^>we! . an i otlie. iligp^tlve oig'ii' 220 Uncertain -eat and gene ral lever* U aknowa 1 IMnary organ* 3 sol 10 1o 11 I. .0 to 'i'< 1< To yoa r?. n *. il ."i0 to ' 0 ^ e?.r* . 60 to 70 J em . 70 to "0 joar*. 80 to 90 ye* -. l'nkn" > i: . . . . 1 1 gland . I i am " . . . i.eimf ny I: Mhnd.,. ? < vl: Ml . XATl* J rlJ-JH. 4 Bwedi 4 >witi? land 1 U0 I'nitMHtat < 40.> 82 BUMra ? 2 ,4? & 'It hOll 'P PeUev :?? (1 pitai i ity 1' pita i ( Ity ftl <?* Colai 'Hi Bt'tM itiwpital \ ? thph?o A jIubi n Mil lN.TTIl TII.XS, Blkw'a I?M . . 1 I rnit y H. -.iJftl. n . ? Rarviali'a Id d H a'. I ,-t. Vlnrt'tit'a lfo?|.iial... 2 1 W ird-> lil. Jinig". H 17 . i. . t. ity ..I* it 17 'n?pecf?i It . 1'4H. I ( V3 K . l rVf-" V( X Rf?". la... 14... IS... M... 17... 18... in iae ill.. . n In M.. >U1 ?VJ?. OUR SUMMER RES OR T S The Mountains, tile Lakes, the Springs and the Sen?North, Sooth, East and West. ^LOSING OF THE SEAKOV, THE JERSEY HIOHLANI** AND LOJI BRANCH. TeoMi-soN'B, Hnjuuunw or Xwasink, X. J. i Septouibe:- 3, 1865. ) dating of lit' Swum ? 7 h* J/om winl hi/uiul ? Ineiiki and Oixcmt'ioiU of a Trip to Bran .'ir? TKr. >'i ftowto, the St'alhrw*, IKc A'eytunt Club, <?c. Our short, cold, cloudy, stormy, windy rammet i ended. Yet, though we have had but a short -easou to tl>? Jersey seaboard, it ban been a merry one. The tw little steamboats the Ocean Ware and the James <'hr| opher. which run between tho foot <>t .lay street ' these waters, and the various loadings from thin v l ong Branch aud ltnd llank, have never done a bet' business than during the lust nix weeks in passenj.. und freight, Including huckleberries, liUi'tborrlcs, po; toes, melon.'*, groen corn, peaches, tlab, et*N .m l c.a" end other products of the laud and wat?r of the imp* , f tate of New Jersey. Alter waiting a reasonable time tor another of Pi <"># ror Meriam's "heated terms," und llndiug last w that instead of heat there was a ' tech of Jac*. I'r* the visiters here and all along shore Is'gau to pacl and pack off? the rear guard from Pran't e. turday, consisting of a large detachment of entered .* ers, who had rottled their accounts for i he reason. (fu guests at thl.s house have beeu diminished to le a thai 1 hundred; but all the tl-heriucn, l> ?utuvn, land lot ds and elderly ladies from Sandy Hook down to Sjuun village do positively a-sert that ' the lumarr can't aud won't lie wound up without another spell of rippin' hot weather;" mi among our own faithful humted wo were awaiting the result ; lor wo hear the most aVfuk storied ot the sultry.nights and the s warms of mostui toes with whieh the residents of Uotham are dill allno cd. Strange as it may seem, there are tcry few inoiqa. toe.s here, and for some nights past a tire in the pawr would have been positively charming. 'Die other day, by irivitatiou of Mr. Vandyke, oftho Metropolitan, we went down to I/>ng Bran Mi; aud a4er all that 1 had beard about (hat place, I wus surprise* to find it one of the most boautilul sea beaches in the ni ted States, with (he rich alluvial fields green with tleir luxuriant corn and grass down to the very brink ofthe sea. Talk of sj.nd, it is the only i-ea shore report 1 #*ve seen, that Is, off from the beach, absolutely tr?e irom stud Furthermore, excepting, perhaps, tho Mount Vern?n Hotel at Cape May. I krow of no public hoise at any m bathing place eiju il In Its comfortable ind -pa-lous ic ronnu'Hlations to the Metropolitan; an 1 I am told bat one or two >>ther houses there are on th< ?a.uo sealc in regard to good rooms, broad piazzas an* hails, k". ; mt as wo only remained to dinner, ?e hail 1:0 time to wit them. On tho way oown, the traveller is fTrnck wth tho nests of the lish hawks In the uif n( 'he old ti*?s scattered about in the fields. One of 'hese nuts would mak" a cart lead of rubbish and as tb-jf are appropriated by the ?ame family from year to yor, they gradually increase in size, from the snnu&l addition i t ?ticks and grae*\ in the way of repairs. On .unpift every ue->t an old bird wa? -ittiiig. with her mate :n mn>J instants perched close by, an tho sentln'd of 'he eam?, This Ash-hawk is one of tho eagle trine ithe Osjwy >V sea englo, ) nod a very fine specimen he is too. nil nils white head, breast and tail, and his brood aud Iwatli fully niot1lt-l wings. A 11m ? of telegraph poles runsnll ?long here 'lo?e by the main ocean sh re: and our ?r rlsgo driver informs us that at the foot or mos*. of those poles the bones of numerous fish in?y bo found, the r? mains 'if the victims eaten by the hawks while pcrchil upon tho-w commanding points of oh rrvat'o ti. As lfl passed along, theie was n hawk upou aln:"-t ? very p? for the distance of a mile, and in ? ase-? th'-y peared to he taking their dinners fron a bluo-r-h or se* bass, fresh from the water. Ogilvoy lu his aa'ion'. nuw ral litstory of America, yiv.'s an amu?ii!g t count ( these llsh-hawks. At another plcce the wire lor a distance of five teW graph poles, war. filled with those jiretiy ban* -willow I almost as ihi'k as beads u]Kin a firing, whlie manj hundr>Nls of the same tlock were Hitting o\cr the myrti bushes In the wafer. They were holding a enversn tion preparatory to thiir Hight to the ??r dlstad South. litis was but the otn.-r day. aud even not those swift-winged birds of summer n.y i?^'dn| their hapjiy journey still south ware, u:<>ss tho -?g?i plantations ot' Atcbul'ajlu, or t'uo stormy guli of Mexvj << where a long summer, just opening, w. H welcome ta*r return. At the O ?an House, over the river, as we cain^Kik. we met a gny early of two hundred yo .ug pcoc'Mirni the eity, ?ho Lad !>een spending the iluy with the Nip tnne club at their inviting summer retrca' under a wovt ? ed bill, a mile ul>o*e this, and close upon the broad ri'er side. They had had a inorry day, and were bt'.U kecpng it up in a brl<k oauce on the upper de:k of lh" boat to the tune of ?' A life on tho oc iu wave." But the bow for the surf is at hand, tho boat is comltg . ud my le.l* must be cut short. As the last u4*ho ?' ?nou, you will i? dulge us in the 1- mqgk. finally, that while we live shall remember these alid the thousau'is of ucrecorijd incidents which have made up our pleasant summer's O ourn. for two seasons, at these oreuo am' eountry liigt nnds^ the Jerseys. V i TuRIA, SCHOOLEY'8 MOUNTAIN. Fomut 4iBOVE Hoisk, Aug ait 2b, 1S5V Sftiif R'-nwrkt from Another l.<n!y Oirr'tjftndmU, Mw. J. fi, Bkx.nct: ? When I wrote to yea iuvitig j ou to rime and spend a few <lay* at this ddigb. I'ul place, I wan in hopes yon mouM come, and then y<Q could give a description of things much be': r than I cut, nn?l mucli more to the satisfaction or your nimeroM frif r.'ln, and I am |iersur.dcd if yon knew &>w many wart admirer* of the iinuLD there are siopj ing hers, yo? would, nnd I am a'niont a mind not to write to yon agsii or let >ou know what pleasant times w are having hero-, just I rein spite: but ait 1 am anxious thai people shoull know how mucn tbey are milling in not enming here; [ forego thnt pleasure (for you know to be a little spiteful once In a while, U a gi eat luxury to u? wou.on.) and that til my friend* may know how 1 am enjoying myself, with out writing to them all, as everybody rea.l* the Hbbaid. We have hud hop*. *<? labia." , and tabi?.iur nt -he Heath'*, Belmont Ball, or thii" house, almost every evening; bat the hup of the season came off at thi . house last evening, and it was a very brilliant, rcchenhe affair, where all seimed to "enjoy themscl \ es, and each vied with th? other to make it a very delightful reunion; the Urge and airy parlors mere beautifully illuminated, the ladle* looked mo*t charming, and If I possessed the ability, would give yon a full description, but I fear I honld fail in the attempt. Yet 1 cannot deny myself ih' pleasure of re calling a lew of the lain like 'onus and spirit* whoso gay costume* and beautiful fixtures imparted iuch soul and enchantment to the occasion, :uknowledg:ng, however, my inability to convey even a shadow of "the reality, beauty aud yrace that shone in erery par', of the room. Vcmder group of three sisters ? Miss Jistpl.ine 'I ? r and her sister*, fninu and Frances, of Jersey Oily ? the rich simplicity of whose dress shows good and well cultivutod minds, form a group of grace*, u omparl?oa with the-p of ancient irythmogy the niode-n gist* might be prwnd of. For the proud gi ace* funned th'ir e..?y mien, Aud heaven's solt azure In their eye- wa* seoo. Miss Mary 15 y and M4.*s n n, of Brooklyn? two very beautiful voting ladies, whose grace un.1 oueanly carriage wen all hearts, and were much eouiri-tfor a* lartners by the gentlemen present. lUv !l 11, "f Morris town. . nd Miss J ?. of Jersey <1ty, wi.remu'h ndrr.ired fr.r th.irnaturnl and utiasuir.ing manaers, and nroiiiid whom hun t many admirer* and 'f lad;?s b'it knew what an irresistible charm there 1* in nature'* sim plicity. tbey would never a*- .ime to a'!t a pnrt fo-o'^n to themselves, Mr?. F *, of Jersey City, a beautiful young r.ldow, wit) blight, bewitching eyes anu graceful fo. n. ? Hie purring Tuujesly of v. hour every step, treated bewitching thoughts and pieusani C.n >e?. Tl e two Miss <; of Jersey City, * in -o fairy f ruis and aiiv steps. Vou'd swear. When tin ir delicate fwt in the dance twi 'e?. ..'ouud. Hint their -dep. were of light, that their home ?u the air. ,\n?l the) only, for ? omplnisartee, touched (he ground. ? m, MU- W e, Mi's F n ?nd a host mm e, dor erve particular notice for thr'r k ?.t beauty i.ud the tiebne 1 of their dre>?, hat I hate already Wilt ti r tnueh m?re than I at ti ret purpond. <>f iho ma rrieil ladies, ih' t? w?*re some of the i?" < b'u itlful t ?v< r met, h nd they entered with great xpiiit in ti e ..luuaements of the e i euing. But I must not foiRtt the supper taMe, wbf, h put ine ? ii mind of our nvn Metropolitan. Mr. Voa, tho proprie tor of the Forest liroro House. 4l>?rv<. ??. I d-ml ' no^ jjo receives, the thauk?of all pre?< nt, fi.v tl>e !?< utj an l ebganee of the supper untlUMMutf. 1'lic tali.-s let re most bountifully "upplted with aii lu^ i.: le-. a>?l I: 'auti fully decotatni with ilowers. After supp- r, we ,ctuin<sl to the parlor*, when ? Musk ar?.e with its voluptuo.i sweh; -oft eyi ? 1 joked Juve to eye ? whl< l ?p- ke a;;a'n, Anil all ?ent nte'ry as a marriage :?;i. IJiMA. lake mahopac. TjikH Mus'i".' . ^pt. 4, 19Uk L o^ Mo ? Thi ft n u '' ? / littil*? . 1 sf ? i V- * J h i'oy f>rr? Halt, Although wnie others lrnve already .lo ir- -e-'. y. r? fri ei this pet. yet the beauty of tl " e ? li?y tho irany udvantsges it p> -w se? iniluce im u bring tb<* nbje* t ngsin before your numerous r?.i !? ?. ! e?vln? th' durty city by the express train ef rbe llac Imu l(r a short rid*- of two h v ? . ir.g" von t? Croton fall ? tb" station at which y b ;ve tht earv? fn n i whi le * tl ? iai e is reao.ly rea- iie-l kv l .-v v.h' h ?,e nlwin In ? t ? <n, lance fur ???nreyinf I7i,-i,tl.< dlstauc being ahoat live mile*. flu tli'ee 1 in- ;a' hotels are it, ?;? Tbo .X- i. * nd ' !? '..??? i tl. . wfil.'li thcr" . r< ???-.' of !<? emote. Ml s Ituat d mi lb -It i"" ? th ? laV ?, which f-irni' the hirf -onroBof amuse- t, tfil * s>M. leg to Ih ? <>es ity of the setnery. Tin l - s take tho lend In a |i]ati' orslori*. d"'lgb;lng ? di-pUy ih".r pr..?e.s to tb> ftleud* of the sternei . I the pun i er in whi h i ny ef D.edi (aatlier t . I w? ? Ic ne a Wl.lteha! bsttmati. The >. Jiff. " in. parts of Iho ? u:ro'iodiog '.o-m'ry are < ighu i, and. al tejetl.er, the attr.. cti'iiv* aro iu n*1 w iv th^iee of bmre noted i nte. l.T ^lac *. lhe ever * i ^ ?>? ?'*?>? i i , / a bji I being I lu..n ijk n and v?-pott are onkr. ? ?* ** t tin i?.iwww? tsrail ?? ?? *' r ? ?t fi ? : K .ud w ho ?B'|Sitl s??ins oi '.hA <v at y r 'v. A i w c?er og- * -# th? aio'is*!! -a*' w ? ?'i by a