Newspaper of The New York Herald, September 30, 1855, Page 3

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated September 30, 1855 Page 3
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ed would ever belong to the government; and the extension of slavery into free territory U a vio lation ot thorn? compromise*, ami of the compact by which the two clauses In the constihillon in favor of the South were inserted in the oonatltution. The repeal of the Missouri compromise was a still further violation of a compromise between the North and the South upou that question, ami upon this the Empire State t* soon to pass her verdict, ana it woa right, expe dient and absolutely necessary to act In concert with all who. in opinion, can stand upon the tame platform, and together do battle in favor of freedom. It is not asked that we should penetrate within the limits of sovereign States, but that the public douiain which has never yet been profs ned by the crushing ftsitstep of his very, never yet been blackened and blasted by the prepuce of that Institution, M ould ever be preerved sacred to freedom. That we have a right to ask. Upon this we should unite and do battle. Whence came this movement to unite all who hold similar sentiments upon this subject? It was not called into lieiog by the magic wand of political action, but as the fabled gods, sprang into being at once, radiant with shining armor and imbued with strength for battle; *o this great movement sprang up unbidden from the throbbing and living heart of the mantes of the people themselves. (Cheers.) Its voice has been heard froiu the granite hills, New Hampshire, Plymouth Rock. Con cord and Bunker's Hill have spoken. and now it remains for the Empire State to utter that voice which can only be fitly svmboled by her own Niagara. (Applause.) We are destined to triumph, for our cause is right. It is approved and sustained by our sober and calin judg ment, and by our consciences, and we are led into this battle with liberty and freedom as oar polar star ? that star which was with our lathers in the days of the Revo lution, and which sustained them in those dark hours which tried men's souls. It will l>e to us a pillar of lire by night and a cloud by day. This issue I* oue which rises in such vast proportions of grandeur and sublimity as to drive into utter in^ignitleanco all other questions now before the people of the Kmpire State. We aro the conservators and protector! of the constitution under which we have risen to the greatness and power which we now posses*. To convert this government into un in strument for the extension and perpetuation of slavery is to pervert it from its erii(inal purpose, and from the Intention and put poses of its original founders. Let the voiceofNew York be heard in the Hies of November coming. Let our politicians undorsland that there Is & layer of public opinion as broad, as deep, as strong, and as last ing an the granite strata whi"h underlies the soil, and then yon will hear no more of that race of men denomi nated doughfaces. it be understood that the public indignation will be visited upon tho heads of those men who betray and misrepresent them, who are false to the great principle* of freedom ami of liberty, and who are ready, Tor the purpose of subserving party ends, to bow down to the institution of slavery. (Cheers.) On motion of Mr. Cbubbuck, a committee of two was appointed by tho Chair, to communicate with the com mittee on resolutions and ascertain when they woui 1 be ready to report. Mr. A. J. Brooms then addressed the eonveutlon at some length, principally in reference to the Usue arising out of the subject of slavery. Mr. Chi biiuc'k then reported that the committee of two, just before appointed, had performed the duties imposed upon them, uud that thoy bad to report that there was no probability that the committee on resolutions would be ready to report this evening. Whereupon the couveutiou adjourned until to morrow morning, at 9 o'clock. THE ABOLITION CONVENTION. FIRST DAY? AFTERNOON SESSION. The conven ion re-as?emblo<l at 8 P. M. The attendance was large, and a considerable degree of interest was mani fested as to (ho result of the confeience of the two com mittees. The New York city delegation was called on b y a member to repair to a particu'ar corner of the room for consultation. Thin movement was rendered necessary perhaps by a disposition shown by some half doacn mem bers of that delegation to object to fusion between the two parties and to bolt in case of such fusion being effected. On motion, two additional aecreUrlo-t were appointed Mr. Josei'U Btrst? I hare been instructed by the com mittee appointed to confer with a similar committee of the other convention, to report that they have had a very satisfactory Interview? one which gives Indications that thire is the strongest disposition to harmmite and unite, on a common platform, and en such a tlclie'. as shall well represent the feelings and interests aud pa - triotinn of this State. Toe committees recommended" that both committees retire to their respective conven tions, and ask that a similur committee be appointed, with power to agree on a platform and upon a declaration of the sentiments of 'he respective conventions. They also txg leave to recommend that a committee of thirty two ofeacli convention be appointed to have a confer ence tor the purpose of ascertaining what camlt iatos shall be recommended to their respective conventions here re presented. Mr. V01.M Y Owe*, of Herkimer, took the floor.? In re gard to a part of the resolution, tie wished to say a few words. He did not wish to rote for a committee to re commend canoidates to the convention. (Applause.) He wished to vote for the candidate* himself. (Aplause.) He wouli BMj.jrtjrt anybody nominated, whether re commenced by a committee first, or whether recommend ed directly by a majority of the convention. But It would be more satlsfoetory to vote direct. He wa< in favor of no man in his section. Tliey only a.-ked the one li'tlc "fuoo of .' tali' I'rison Inspector, anil they would k'vo in that too, if the convention wonl I only n< mil ate good candidate* to lie supporte I by tho dirniM rats ? (Uughter) ? he meant the republicans of the State. ( He wanted, however, two candi dates. lie h id lieard a leading republican say the othsr day, In rei !.v to a gentleman who said he h?d been cheat ed by the v htt> . that he had been cheated by them too, but .hut he had oftencr been cheated by thus-- with whom he had acted. (laughter.) He did not Want to have thai to sa^. He wanted to go to his neighbor i'utchmau and at>U liiui to vote for rucli men as AMj th Mann and Preston (Applause.) He hoped that that port I in of the ret olutim about the appointment ol ihe commit tee of thirty-two would be withdrawn, and let them pro ceed to vote tire*', for candidates. Mr. Wn." iiT, of Albany, said they had met under extra ordinary clrcura tance-*. It was usual to have on* con vention meet to nominate candidates, but. on this ocri sion they bad two conventions a euihled. belonging to different political associations, and th>v were to i?re> on the same set of candidates, Ho bad no doubt that th committee sent out by this c .nvnution had como to Hip conclusion vi?ely, that the ordinary method of making nominations ><ld not eorrespood with existing elrc im stances. He willing heart and soul to give his sup port to tins committee. They wanted to act In htrmorty with the other convention. It was proposed that the other convention should come In bore, but he was /lad that thai proposition was not i.eted on. tor if it had been the whig* woo Id iiavo (wallowed up the democrat*, (laughter.) He should support clieorfully the n onlna tions made by the coramittocs, as ho went for the c? i <o and nothing but the cause, lie di 1 not see iny ether way of acting In hsrmony wiUl tho other conv ntion un less by committees of conference. He therefore submit ted t bat the committee had made a wise report, ani Hist It had lietter be adopted. II there shoul f be anything objectionable in the candidates to t>e reported by tha'. committee they were not to be bound by It. There should be some yielding* in mutters of tlii-? kind, an 1 he had confdence in the wiwlom of that eommitt" ?. iie hoped, therefore, that that portion of the rejKirt would be adopte ' . A division of the question was called lor, and the question being Brst on the app >intment of a Commltte of Sixteen to prepare a nlatform, the question was pat an I that portion of the report wa< accepted. The other question being a* to the adoption oi 11 .at part of tin report recommending the appointmen' of a Committee of Thirty-two to confer with a similar c m inittee of the other convention and rec unmend nomi nations. It was put and cairl"d. (>n motion it wis .it dered that this commitee be ap pointed by the delegates of the several Senatorial dis tricts. Mr. Rir>tABf?Mo\ moved that the Committee (,f Con ference already appointed, tie authorized to pre.nre n platform. Cries of "no. no." Withdrawn. The convention bad been hitherto doing business in the looses' |.o?nible manner. The aisles were cri.vle l, and half the convention was standing and expresi log its opinion* in a most unparliamentary style. It was abso lutely lmpi* ible to know exactly what was being dona, and those in tbe lowest part nt the hall had little or nothing to do with the proceedings, A ?en-l le gentleman, lb-. Jack-on. laboring under this disadvantage, remarked that fonr fifths of the conv. -a tlon did not know what ?a< going on. Measures bad already )???? c arried by tone twenty gentleman, sul the rest of the house *us entirely igno.aut of what h .J been doing. He appealed to the < hair to preserv ord r. Mr. P??T<m Kim moved that a c .lnmlttec of tw i frim ?ach Judicial distitet be appointed by th? <' .*ir Vi e infer with a Mke committee to be appointed by th- otiie c n vention mi resolution* and platform, and that t'.iey be directed to report to this convent'on. Mr. fhwrniKu, of Monroe, moved as an Mtenlment that that committee be appointed by tbe dele.-ates ;<om the Judicial districts, in?t?ad of by tbe Chair. If th* business of this convention, be ?aid. was to be done by tes-s i h-n let tho *e committees be appelated by delegates. If tbe\ are appointed by the Chai th.?n t'leir aeti' a might he the inflection <>f the wishes of t.m Chair. He wttbed them to repre-ent the wi lx'< of tU?ir comti tnents. iKletra'e* came here not to be male stool pigeons of, and if they could not vote direct on matters, let the del gates a; point committees to e* press their views. Mr. JomnwiN, of Telaware believed there wss a uni formitjr of opinion as to what the pta foim sbootd be an I that the matter ought to give n ? to no luheultjr. Mr. Kiso asstned tu* convention that i' Was a matter of entire Indifference to him h'iw the committer <h mM b ? appointed, and he screptod the amendment of t lie gentle man from Monroe, (Mr. ^tehbin..) A OtifOATK moved to lay tbe whole matter oa til lable. The people ha I sent tbera here to get up a Stat ? ticket, end the deb-rates were not to be maoe cypher i of Mr. ItWI thought that there w?r<- but two ni'4e. of ar ranging the matter- Kither individnaU show 1-1 g.-t u > and mike propositions, or else a mmlttee >liouU be .ip pointed lor U.e pnri-we. lie believed there was no dir fcrence ' f - pinion between tiie members of the conven tion, end be apprehended tha- the committee wss the only mode in whicb they conl J poeeibty meet the diB cultv. The question was put and tbe motion was Carrie |. Hn the two sets of committee' were ordered to be appelated by the Judicial and .-Vsmtoriel lel.-galinns. And then on motion of Mr. hiw. the oonventlon took a ree*M for liaif :>n honr, in or.ler to g v? the lelegalions time to elect their candidates to oonstltate these com mittees. After the reeeee the delegates from the J idlciil districts reported the foliowlnc names as a Committee of sixteen on Platform and Keeolauone First Jndlchl district, Jo?>ph Bias* C. C. I>*lfh. 2d. Horace Oreeley, Parke Godwin. #1, DtmUti) Wright Jobn P. Rowell , 4th, Pre*ts/? King. Oenry ll >n-y ith. f^orge W. Smith. Volnejr Owen; 6tb. A. Metli?r, Alfred * Wells. 7th. s. C. Cuyler, James H. Mtebbins, 4lb, I'uiilp itorsbimer, fharles O. ffbepherd. The foUcwiig name* were reported by the Peaat jH*1 delegations, sa a Committee of Thirty-two on Nomine tion>:? First Senatorial district, H. A. Jones; 2d, K. T. Culver; ,fth' J"m's B' 'th. R. Sher ' ?5L ' McMuller; 7th, Win. Bleakeley; 4th, H. L. Allen: #th, tieorgeN. Orier; 10th, II. H. Reynold* Utb Wm. Barnes; 12th. A. D. Ollu, 13th, A. Pood; 11th, I'. V. Bellinger; 15th, M. Thatcher; 10th K.zra Graves; 17th, 3. <~John*on:18th, Itanlel Palmer; l?th. Edward Isiornia; 20th P. H.Frost; 21st, D. I). Foster; 22d, I.. P. Noble; 7rh, Aufu?tu" Morgan ; 24th. Jamea C. Jackson ; 25th, S. Sifv'Tf ? i??6U,l.,I H- HuHi <!?">rge w Pratt; V, 1 ?Ml*,rl'Kv; 201)1 ? Wih"n Miller; 30th, V. V. Hull; 81st, I.. F. Allen; 32d. D. K. Sill. in? Ciiairma.v announced that a committor from Uie Other coiwntion wished t?> report to this convent ion. Mr. Kooti, of St. lawrenoe, being introduced, Maid:? Mr. President, on the part of the Whig Convention at present in #?iinn In this city, 1 beg to report that it ban appointed Mr. l.ittlejohn and myselt a committee to re port that It he* appointed the two committee* agreed upon In the plan of the Joint committees appointed this morning, to wit, a committee of sixteen, to deliberate on platform and icxolutioni, and a committee of thirty-two, to deliberate on the name* to be presented an nominees, to meet like committees on the part of thl* convention. A motion wa< made that a like committee of two be ap pointed by the ('hair, to report to the Whig Convention that thi* convention hun also appointed two similar com mitteee. An amendment waa offered that the Whig Committee be informed also that the Committee on Nomination* are in vited to meet in a room in thi* hall, and that the Com mittee on Herniations be directed to meet at the other hall. The amendment waa accepted and the motion was carried. Mr. Blunt, of New York, and Mr. Preston King, of St. iAwrence. were appointed such committee. On motion, the report* of the Judicial and Senatorial committee* were severally adopted. And then, on motion, the convention adjourned to meet at 0 o'clock, P. M. EVENING 8E88ION. The convention did not reassemble until 7 P. M. The interim wan occupied by the Joint committee* on resolu tion* and on nomination* in agreeing to and getting up their report*. The afternoon haa been exceedingly wet and unpleasant, member* are therefore Imlisposed to pro truct the sitting*, and the impression U that the proceed ing* may close to-night. The convention. not being called to order at the ap pointed hour, and there being aome manifestation* of im patience, a gentleman called on Mr. Patterson, of the ParkvilU Luminary, and asked that he should occupy tlie *tand for a while. Mr. Patteksox responded to the call, and was received with three cheers. He said:? He need scarcely say it gave him pleasure to have an opportunity of speaking beloro thi* convention of republi can*, and he wished he had ability enough to sptak a* fie felt on the subject which he knew waa the absorbing subject or i-e question of human slavery or free loui. freedom Is the destiny of this country, h Is national and slavery is sectional. Tliey stood on the old fashion ed democratic principle* of Thomas Jellereon : and jet there are men In this country, and democrats nt that, who repudiate the doctrine* of the great founder of da ch?i?i?,' "i "Y th'' 1h* T wh" the ('residential chair is to be endorsed as to what he has done as well a* to wtir ? Th?y T.ak of hu foreign policy. Wliat has bJ* f'"eig" policy* He has sent SouK to Spain, and a nolL1Jrr u. "reytown because the people pulled Solon Borland * nose. (Hoars of laughter.) They haa been true to the compromises of the baiTm! h'sKs TjatA!"" 'he3r?? ?hst has he .lone? He I ,Ior'""pnt which abrogated sla y In hatirao. (Hisses.) What else do we seer Wo see Judge Kane? is he anything to the Unit uiurdereif ihUif *!I i ^--^-'leceein? that human slavery k i "crre ?>??? ? 'M himself body anfl ches to the South, and 1* becoming au obedleut dog. I would rather be a dog and bay the moon. Than such a Koiuau? aa lie. (;\PPlau?.) .1'ierce helped the modern democracy to repeal the Missouri compromise and now they arit cairying j-'avcry throughout the country. The first act Ve .rrV' ? rt'Publfc *? ^ dedicate the North Western territory to freedom for ever. Vears after c,J11"lir<;t'1i*e effected l-otw.en Southern men ?nd Northern doughfaces to have half of this territory And now. not satisfied with the half, they want the whole t^ nuTn t<J dl4*"lv10 tbl' I'nion.- Hut will we submit ts. all till* nonsense about dissolving the t'uiou Y Do not let us forget that they could not dolt. Do not let us forget, too, that they would not if thev could. TI.ey could not *t and two weeks a* a separate' portion of the to t o' l" Sf f"r tl"'ir Interest to hold on l lld n'1.1 l" . y 7, a< lo"* as tlie buttons aJltWii i? CH1U- (^bfr.) Shall we submit to m l ?? bullyragging - No: the men of the North aud Meat are determined to resist. I dare,l to sav ill Konia* that the outrages 0f the border rulllans were and'rufllan* ^Vi r,Wa". d'1vM fr"m th'' Territory, f", exo.-aed the border and took p<issession of tho 1'trre H"" Ca" P?l?uIjM sovereignty the^e anS jJl? ni'Hj l,ave fr,>e "^very ,ne? sent s&a r V ;*5 .i^?- ?j? Will prevail. (Applause.) .Sime people think that the nX'l? ve'^ll L'11 "lftt IH ft "listske. We will now hare the whigs ? thank Cod? Joining he rennbll wnn.,. U; ^TC" , 1'" "0t elected Goverimr. ^Hiere will l>e a c< a1i Mon between the whiff an l rei.uhll^ .?? I er3thWUMTeP ""JIT UC,t ei(,':tl"n- (Applause.) ^ "ne ?r the Maine candidates for ti.,vernorV Wells) en dorrM-s I ierce in all hi- acta, an I all his governiuen: and i Vifc"! V' ' "'f'11 to tw en.|"T?.'-.l In -.11 ilia; D" t '1. l;ut 'hat he ought to I.,, endorsed in all his purpo - p..* Is What the T-ope of Rome does. If some' poor devil goes along he can ff0t ah olntion for all lie To'' for all he may do. Mr. Heroels like the man who tried to rro< m j, h3:? .1 ^'"1 thought If he could righ through it It would Have him a great r > ! i n i but he saw ? n an cutting turf on the other side and he thought he would ask about the b ig. -o he -h'tu'e I to "?? ?'? ;???., i- this ho. !lnrit it ,h? hottoiu ?' The tmf cutter looked up arid shouted, Oh vos, vour honor; the bog Is .(Uite har I at the bottom." Kn ou raged bv this, he went;.r,|. an I the .Irstulep he :0ok he sent up to los knees and the next up to the i |.||. girth Incensed at this he shouted 'Wliv did von 'ell tne the b?.g waa hard at the bottom?" '?Olives sir " say* the countryman : ' it is quite liardat the bottom but you hay.' not got within a uilleol it v?t " CU-i?h.' th?'m wa" 11,6 I'1 "icipie t:.ugh- Tie y must giv? Fusion to the right of Uietn, Fusion to the (ep of them Fusion akove aiel fn-lon below BaHbe t^loil w e'll give UiCin V\ 111 he confusion And wo?. to?!fWr"ih"^7 In.tl1" Mil A'"hi son ?v indtod f^iKl?? by ?ayli? tha' slavery never could g? th. re , "".Utoug a. nwindM therestof th'em. lie knew pur t es "f niei, who had gone to Kansas from Mis- ,, ,rt to Vote '\ wa" f'-a.h-l by a man of ?h? name of Atchl *';" who is as iioiorious foi his sobriety a David K AtchiM.u is. Another man. of the name of' Ja kson wa ft boon w nij anion of Frank Herce. And these fellows fVLwl" "??'..wot thereto illustrate th- I>e..utlfiii working of the tirirn lple of jiopuWr *ove' ei#nty?-4o il lu?tr?e how they believe! i:, th- axiom of " thorn. s Jefferwin, that a.l men are |,.m eoual. What has :r' V,own^"te, ""y ?i"'*" "tie after him, au he will give him fit?. They 1, ?ve Ii.Tn i , him, and he will toll the knell of democracy (lighter ) With tae^e mm In New Hampshire, Chase anl Wade in uhio and (iinern .r Reward, of New York (.-h ers a<i i spplfltise,) who ha? l.efa nUa< true to freedom and eT r will 1*?? (?M| ble-s him? .ind with -himner and Wileon of Ma-sachu etts, we will teach Mm what republic in do' trine- are. lie believed, however, that aiieaking at this time of day is not what we ought to do. We want toa.'t. lie tolrt an anecdoteof a boy who w.i . v y t nd of getting into mud holes. Ills mother often scolded him fur it hut to no puijote. One day became in after g?ttluf Into e mud hole. ' Tommy'" ays the moTli.r, ' wliat ' il I wiy to yonV ? Oh, mother, " eaya he, 'you liav. ?' ? noogh already; It', time y^u shonld do something," ghter.) That is the principle they ha 1 to act ,n. Hie issue now la slavery and rum afaleat f re*. loin and iiTw " rhe 1 ejoiblic iu party l? the bone and new or the country, ihcre are true men in the -oath wil" *tl! M,"?e wi ll us. It the Mue?tion of ti n e l'ut *>> tbe peor.1. of now, It would orwei ibJ Vu ,*?'? > What w want Is to meet the-e tsouthern-rs with all th-ir aggre-slons and my to them, thus br shall you cue an l no tarther:" Now'? iIm- day an.! now'? he bou.-, To UT1 *? i the earroaahinf ?!? r* rr poffff, WUi'Iitfer u Ilk" ? I. la-* rk>U4 fcjwvra, U.t^hOiig oui tail laud. Who would h$ ft dOMifb fhood kimrp' Who woii'd nil u Snake) ? |riT?' Who ?o M br frank I'iiw'i ularef 1<M (tM rrpllia die. (Load appUu**. Tli-??ch <ir? for Mr. Patterson. so l gri i.?- lur I irree.) ilrrf t!?-re ?nrc loud erlea for upeukcrf? Oreeley, Jay, >l.' j>iaril, stunton and othrra. None at tbi*?e jentlemen. Imm r?r, appear- d. A Vol. -k?^, It* u* aotnab*idy, any how. The rjilU wera continued. A gentleman would like to offer a re-olati' a, m there ? a? nothing eHo to lie none Tha Chairman would ?taf<' to thU |{ent'*Tnm and tha convention, that It lia<l b-?en d?*d adri?aMe to pott pone acting on ree? lutl'in* and Bmtlou, MHI ifUr tin 'nw of the ennrentinil nhould be taken on the report* to l^ < (Ternl by 'be jofnt cmtnl frar The call* for ?|< ?kiT? la addreae the Convention w?rr again reneead. and at length Mr. Manr of &?he? ter ratne foi *?rd and addri - ?d the 1.1 injr II- T It a little reluctant In d' ing an . but |*i "h? n( " while tbe/ were awaiting th<> delliie-ate i nprenlon of tlieir rnn^ir Uot>? it might not l?e improper to pat on reeor ! the It# jreeidble reeling* of men. f I. in *?? a new era In thi-!r I' litKal hlntory. Instead of the old battle cria* of party they had now to re e<bo ihe oattle rry of 'Krealom for the nation,'' (Applaine.) When the lao* upeaker told tiiem that In toe Sooth tbfre were (.atrlntlc men revly to eo-opwate with them th<-n lie felt that the ni"ij of th? North won til ha nntrue U Uiey would not rally to tb?fr te-eue. The bottle rry of freedom l? not a *eciional bat tie ery. "pinion, ar?' not to be lapWilll on meriin ?on*** ofcowaidlce and humility. The <rr >r hither' h*4 be?-n In yialdlng to the dmaMi of party; but now they f'und It ue??Mary to rally in ic- of the prl oei pi*- n which liberty icpo ea. He wl?br ! to ; re t*r?? the I nion, but a union ba*ed on coward o <? *?? not worth r'r"??r* In*. Knt if theie lie a it of dl untoo prrailtnif in the Pouth, then let them al lb- North !hr w n?t the ban ner of da ilanee The almgple thi* fa ' or net* fall, 1? of u.i(hty ronaei) uenea ao Care* principle are concerned. And when there ahall be "<inbined, lore of fr?*d?n> and the determination that It ?hail trinmph, the ?plrit of freedom ahail Tindieate lu h .nor in tlu? our nan re la rid. an ton, Bryant Orenley and other* wer? ra il* ? ad and at lenfUl Mr. U:s.t reap- nled and m? la a ahort anrNelw? eat rather ahort, owt^ to iha di- ,a- littft tlon to tmar h.m evidenrod by the aUrayiiw of foet Mr Gill aaid nothiaf. and we th'^ef/r- did n^ report turn Mr. A. B. Sum, of Waym ? a veu.'.abts old gcnUemnn ?followed In the footstep* of Mr. (Jill. He had been Into ly In ?ome ?f the slave State*. end ?*w there th?- ??mo apirit tor freedom which they ?> here. A lew days n the Mat ror and Common Council of Wilmington, Pel. (a glare state,) issued an order opening the City Hall for an abolition meeting; and bin friend, Charles C. Burleigh, aud himself apoke there, aud showed up slavery In all Its deformities. Burleigh told them that in Hlndostsn and New Zealand there 1* more civil and religion* lib?rty than with ui. A few rear* since. a missionary on t'se car of Juggernaut, declared that there was no God made of hands, and that they were idolators, and yet they beaid him respectfully aud attentively. But go to South Carolina, and apeak to the people to release the bonds man; preach from the text, "? Whatsoever you would that men should do unto you, do youalso unto tlieui;" preach that, and the hospitality for you will be hemp. (Laugh ter.) If New York would be true to heraelf? if -he would cot be everything by spells, and uolhing long? their sen timents in this respect would not be set at naught. Every Northern principle whisper* for the enlargement of tlie slave. One ntun told him the other dsy that he had helped away four hundred slaves. (Applause.) When they sent the other day to Philadelphia to ask what they should do about a runaway slave, the answer was, " You must do your best; we have twenty runaway slaves now. aud will have to laydoirn another under ground ruilroad track." (daughter and applause.) Then, look at Passmore's Williamson's case. Is that to be tolerated V There he is In prison to-night, for simply telling a fellow creature that he was free by the laws of l'eunsylvania. A Irlend of mine who went from Dela ware to see that inoaroeraled man, was pre ent when a boy handed him a letter. The writer hailed from New York. It said : " You are at liberty to draw on me for $1,000." (Ismg applause). Before he got through reading Unit letter. In came another letter with a draft or $600. 8av? William* n: "I am overcome. A day past I received another $1,000. $2,600 in two days, for the great heart of the people I " Them is a moral from this. It shows the feeling at work owing to the Fugitive Slave law and the repeal of a solemn national compro mise. He was now an old man and had foolishly fol owed the advice of othera, but he had now gut out of that. He went on In a happy strain, winding up on the tempcr unce question At tlie close of his remark* three cheers were proposed for I'aMmore Williamson, and feebly responded to. As it was then announced that the committees would be prepared to report at 0 o'clock, one or two other gen tltuien were prevailed on to sjieak against time. There was nothing novel or I rte resting In their speeches. At 9 o'clock, It became known that the Whig Conven tion had adjourned till next morning, and although there appeared to be but little prospect of the committees soon reporting, and none of sucn reports l>e(ng acted on. there was no movement made towards adjournment. At this time, between additions from the Whig Convention and curious people from among the Svracnsans and oth?r outsiders, the large hall was filled. To kill time, Mr. Martlndale read to the convention the address of the re publican party in Massachusetts. Mr. Walkik, of Washington, afterwards indulged in a dissertation on the Fugitive slave law and onoed wl'li the somewhat hackneyed quotation of the freeman's power tailing " as the snowllake on the sod," Ac Mr. Hvdk, of Wayne countv, made a speech In which , lie said, that like the eagle which swoops down and picks up a spotted serpent on the Mississippi. ho a tew years ago the people of the United Status stooped down and j picked up a slimy man and made him their President. Here there were calls for Nye, CUpp, Van Wagener and other favorites. Mr. Van Wauknkh, of PoughkeopWe, noway loth, step- j ped forward and addressed the convention, ilis purp . <e was to express his Joy at the sight before him. and to say that so far as he na>l recently travelled inth > WeU he found ihe same spirit prevailing as he sa v hers. Hu prophesied that In the State of New York they would roll up a majority not less than that which they expect* to roll up In Ohio ? 100,000. He was told iu a town in Ohio the other day that there wn there no opposition t > the republicans, except the Postmaster, his deputy and three tools, and he declined to address them thero, as the thing was not interesting enough. Somewhere in the South hi' asked how some poor white people managed to live? He was tohl that they lived cheap. Well how cheap!" Why, they oat dried apples for breakfast, drink wartn water for dinner, and swell up for supper, (laughter.) If any of tliem desired that Sort of fare they might emigrate to a slave State. Mr. Anthony spoke of his Know Votliing experiences. They had Just hud a Know Nothing lniuu mealing in Ki> chester Onoofthe speakers was Mr. Hammond ? his subject demagoguelsm. Well, who knows Mr Ham mond, and does not know his aversion to demagog ueismf (Ironically.) The next speaker.wus Daniel t'linann, and lils speech was demagogueism. Well, who woild say that Pnniel I Ininnn was a demagogue* (With capital irony.) Well, these N'now .Vnthlni{< iu Auburu had been having a convention, and hs l nominated Mr. Ileadley a Secietniy of State. They knew Mr. ileally ? they knew bis aversion to office, (laughter), an l they were willing to vote tor him if they chose. And they knew some of the other nominees and their disregard for Office, nnd might vote for them If they chose. (I.nigbter.) lie would now introduce his irieud Mr. Van V outlines, who would address thcin. Mr. Van Voorhees not coining forward, Mr. AwTllOTt apoligi/eil for his disappearance, by saying that he w is In the position of bis tnend I'linanu, tn Kocliesler, who when he was about li\e minutes addressing the large audience of 300, saw they were? (pointing his thumb over his b ft shoulder, with g?Kid pant'. mimic effect) . ami suddenly experienced ?u indisposition and went back. (Roars of laughter.) Tlie Chairman here announced that t!ie other conven tion had adjourned, and 'ha' then- un no | ?| ?-i ol the committees being able to report to-night. And then, on motiou. the convention adjourned till 0 o'clock Thursday morning. THE WHIG CONVENTION. illCC'O.SU MA* HOMMN O MKSH10N. Stiurr.o., -'opt. 'JT, 1855. I'urauont to a<IJ arument, the convention a- e nbled at 6 u'cl< ck. M< ?? II. <' of Now York, from th? Committer oa Nominatival, nfmlld an i i.ilrumn of that c on nit tee, that lio hu t tlie tattrcrio plea-ir* of ?}i'i< to tiu convention that the I* ! v< > in of tu?t committee are now ended. I urn, nl>l hi-, mid bappy to ...iy wt now oppsor before yon With o ticket .idoytnl una nlm only, nil i re ci tnm? r.d it to tbl convention. !t h m ol?o be?t? iniiul mcu?Iy adopted by lb - Committee of Ike Rcpnblicu Convention. Theteo eommitti-o* IutkmM jointly in the endi i cment and roe iium 'iidation of Um ticket wlii :h I now bol I In my fcu.M. I ttiirtfin. Mr. President with out further rcomrK oifiipU thia report to the conv.-ntl n lor their eoniiile ratios. [Hie report win publiaii'-d iu Friday 'a llMMtn.J Five rep. : t of the eumnilttw wa ? adopted. i Han., of ('ajrtiga. ? We ore told rfr, by n wife man of antiquity, that therein a time for all thing", anil my < perienee confirm* the ileolarati .n. The!* I* a time. not ouly to gather together, hut a tone to i a-?t away. 1 liv e i . .> time to guide p ibiic Mention it, Hii<l there I* a time to follow pallia aenlimont. If then i?, In myjmlgment one thing more npparont than ano titer, in relation to the public aonUncnt of Die time* or at lia?t of Hint part of ;be State which i reprevnt, It 1* that at thin time public aeii'ltncnt demands the nomina tion ol ue* men lor oiBce. 1 sin aware that thli win* a nveotioo him imposed the duty of nomiuotioa upon a eon inlttee, and it in naual for ? inventions to p'O'tiuv' th;it the comndttou have performed thei r duty wisely and well. 1 Iteg leave tlieri-fi re to say, that I am tar from cubing tiny iuipntniion whatever upon the honesty ot tl at committee, while at the *ame tl me I nm boun t t?> nay that I eland tnatrnr'id by my enu^titneii'* to aoy to tbla convention, that ?o iar a* they are concerned, and ?> far a* the dem* cr?t? who they hoped woul I cooperate ? i I ti them, u< e concerned, the nomin<ktii>n of Jam>-s 0? k. of Saratoga in not to them aotbdaciory. I am |>erfec'ly frii ndly im -> If to Mr < ook, but *' 'h? prsnont time en v ironed a* we are on the "lie aide by ? powerful or^?ai/j> tmn of ilindix-*, ami w itb a Mate administration conducted lartlaliy by him i>n> ?? ly a? reapocta the uiauagi'tneut of the -tate i'enltentlary at our place which i? n<>t aa'ia lai-tory toooipeoplo, liia notnino inn li nit mtlifnglmj I diidre to stale that while the tSecretary of -tate :vnd the ."date Trea>uier, In view of the exigency of the tim ?*, tie i?re? i|U"-ti> n of p .bll interest before the 'oun'ry. and the ?iifflr j|tien of an nrgoniiotton of a now party, have inagnanlm i-l> tendered their dOcienrfon to tni' con, "it ti n I ent' rtalo the h' pe lliat It may -eetn tl' to ih< fiiend* ol Mr. Otwit to witlnlraW hl-< name al?o from among the caudl<lAti-?. I am w> II aware that It in ulaimwl by lb* frietnU of Mr. Cixik tiiat tiie-e are j.ubllc lni<-re?ii ehirh reqnire hit attention. With all due re?(>eet to that men and with ail b'terenoe to the ui?n who iia?e pi?? ted hie name and tut the reoeoa< which th"y a* ? igned for pre enting hie name. I xahmit to tliia r Do n U~n that tliere are men !n thle brood -t.i<e who con proted tiie inte'e-t? ..f the !?'.it? a? wi ll an Jaioe. M t ook. I grsnt you be he* mode a food O?tnplroll?r. I do ti t winh to impeach Mt. t'?ok? it l< um e--?ry to lin(cacb him. but if the puMic lentimenl deioani- new n en. will It uot tie wine that hie nemo ?b u! I b withdrawn ? Mr. A. it. DlCtfWoSe-r have the iionor of being n.' of the committee on nomination of BOWOi to he 'e ? . ri tiiemled to tlii< '?onven ii>n, and ?lr, I fell, W'tb grea' force, -time of tbi* reaeone urg>*d n that e -rnmiiie^ why we ebould throw a- 'e all the ol I ?'tate o1leer< and Uk up ne? men. But when the republican [?arty e?ked to hnv their etr< nge-* men In t'.l? rfta'e to '?? j.<i t nj^in that tic) et, wboi ton Id f *ay to the whi^* of -teo'^o ? whet ronld I pay t<. the ehi<. ot the Htnte of S'.-w V rk if I bad coneetitrl to pir a ftehle m in in ao !tnport? nt an oBce a* that of O.mpt roller4 I do mt -ay 'hie In die peragrment ofoth' t men. Vour .-ecr'-'a'y rfflih, and Treaeurer, h<itb eoncoriwil In the nor.ilna*i'in Mr. t<- k. Vir. (v.i.k I- tt e ttnan Ul II. er of t i>e - ate to day. and baa been for the laet taujr?ir?, and hi* de| nt J, who hna terved on :er ..'her whir ??"1 '?"> eaj? be la the ?Me?t financial offli-er we h?*<( ercr had. And would you have the ?<r .n^ ?! eii of the r?|>nMi an party lny >or Htoto hallo, an i a feeble man In the Comptroller 'a oflti o, who ii no" eiuai t<i the datiee of the ofltCi' ' i'ou n?"l hla ?>rv <?- and I eould atete a tluiueond roaaooe why Mr Gknk ?hoatl iie retained in hla pre?ml (.oeithm. lie ?(arid? tbeia r,.. In hlm*elf, hnt for you. for me f t th e ooavoatiim, for u? oonetlt rente, awl 1 hopo n > nan In thu convention Wlli galri?ay th<- renooiinati n of Mr ' > k mb'? Dm ' im atance* fApplauae.) Tou now pr i <n? 'o t ,? olwcPir . of thi* Mate itK h o tlekei oe h ia n^-ver tieio-e (>?> ? .- 1 p. <??. at ed ami you | reeeat <he etrong m? i of all partie. in thii -tate. (th?r?.) How many v<te? will the old t,? n t urner porty^-ett Yon will hav to get a ?oar h warrant to abow that thev h-iv b--;i running at all. kvery man wdl eay from the AUaoli' to the lake? tliat there never h?a been ? ieh a ti- ? ? * It 'Ofitaine a comtdnotion of Ule t ao 1 .n'agrlty auch oa hae never boforo been prewn Tl " <(UOe'.on Invidved la, ebethor you and I ?ha ; b free ?n. It la not whether the Mleaouri compromiee ?hjll -e re??>.(?> Me ilon t went t" roetore K. We coo ! ? a I ''e: >?i neee. TTwwe will be no i? <re men ln *r"-r ?ted In p?t?oo l.y o Ju<tge wh tohea > lie law io*<. bt< own hwv . fOieora.) Lot Sew York etonl nte.n the p-??wl i emlneoce ot thia and we ab\U ho*" rr m ^e ji, ig- a who will ineftrerrato o freemoo, to gratify tb- ?? hnn tr tho>jae?d ?lovb'd b'ra ot th* eipeo-e of tWl oty mi n >,i trmmtm AM.iaoeo.) Mr. I.imwow.a. of liewefo.? I/Oe* I ah .old b? miaappre hen '.??l In m Ting the ad'ip'.ion by the win'i m. *6 \ the oai?f< which hart Uvu it* omen del ?? . U?ee. it ift proper that I ahould aay a fVw word*. If there lit any on* man upon the ticket who ahould be *u- taiii"d ?tore thmnother, that man la Jame* M. Cook, of Sara toga. (Applause.) I ahull ever be dl<ipo?e<J to *uatalu ?y man who U faithful and tearle** iu the UU harge of hi* public dutie*. No man ha* dimhargel the dutlea of Comptroller of thi* State more fearte**Iy, nod with Itm regard to pi-raouul popularity than Mr Cook. He in tlie man who haa brought our /tat* prU >hh

into ? preper position. Wlien they were extending tJOO, 000 mote than their rtv-eipU per annum, through | the inaUgnliou of Mr. Cook, the/ were placed in a |kihI tion to pay their own expenae* N'o nun lia? diaclia rgnd the dutiei devolved upon liiiu more tiithfalljr thun hi) ha* in the position he occnpied uiiori the letting lt<*r<l of thia Ktate. Tliat la a taunt delicate pout tion, ami yet not a word of fault han been uttered again* t hint in the ?Uncharge ot those dntle*. Since hi* name la presented here by the Nomiuatitg Committee, i cannot consent by my vote, or by my action, to liave hi* name taken from the ticket, and yet I ahonld have been nntinfledjif the committee, in lta wisdom, had presented to ua an entire new aet ol name*. 1 wan in favor of John T. CUrk. for Stat* Engineer, for the aame reason* that 1 am in favor of Mr, Cook, yet the Nominating Committee have thought it wixe that hi- name should nut be presented. I ?ciialeeoe la their ileeiidon. lit their wiadom they have brought for ward Mr. Cook, and 1 cannot here consent that any man who ha' Urn honest and faithful in the discharge of hi* duty shall ke overslaughed. 1 move the adoption of the names recommended. The ijeention was taken, and the ticket wan uuaniru >u? ly adopted With enthui-lastic cheer*. Mr. E. I), liiiiuu.x, of New York, from the Committee on Keeoluti'iiu, then presented a aerie* of resolution*, which be *ai'l had been agree<l to, if not with entire unanimity, yet by an allium! unanimoua rote of the com i nit tee. The resolution* were then read and unanimously adopt ed? (published iu Friday's Hnuiii ) On inoilon ot Mr. Srai un.vit, a committee of ten wer.' then appointed by the Chair to Inform the Abolition Con vention that thi* body liad unanimnualy adopted the ticket agned upon liy the Joint committee* of the two bodiea, anil that they hail also adopted the platform re Commended by the committer* of both hodlo* au'l that they were ready to meet in joint assembly if it be agree* ble to Diet body . Mr. Ci-AKKiui.t K CnrwiT. of Albany, a* Chairman of n committee of the Abolition Convention, announced that that WWly had unanimously adopted the plat form and ticket agreed u|Hiu by tlie joint committee of the two bodies, and that they extended an invitation to thi* convention to niret the Abolition Convention at Wleting Hall lorthwlth. Whereupon. the convention adjourned to proceed, headed by it* uflicers, to meet the Abolition Contention I at Wietung 1UU. THE ABOLITION CONVENTION. SECOND DAT. TitrwtDAr, Sept. 27, 185fi. The Abolition Convention met at 0 A. M. Tho attend* nice ??* very full. It wait generally understood that lha tbo jbiut committee* bad agreed uiuinlmou-ily on tbo uominaliouM lo be made, and t litre wer>* therefore san guine hopes of a harmonious and speedy termination to the proceeding*. Ttie lobby ol the committee romn wan bei>i*ged hy fi lends of would-l>e nominees, aud all the old politician* were worked up to tbe hi'licst pitch of ex citement. liotucu Greeley was u milling about the plat form, whi peri tig in tlie ear* of old ?tegcrs; Preston King was receiving the congratulations of hi* friend*, an 1 al together there wa.? much Interest manifeitud. The Con vention was called to order at 9)tf A. M. Immediately thereafter, Mr. Koran* Greeley mine for ward and ou behalf of the Committee on 1'iatform and Resolutions. made hi* report, which ??< received with loud and long continued applause, (i'ublished in Fri day's IlKH AID.) Mr. Stmbiiix, of Monroe, from the minority ?if tlie Com inittie ou Platforms, -Ut**d there wan one subject pre sented to that oonanittee on which then wa* not una n Unity. On thi* subject there was adlvi dun of 9 to 7. This minority thought it their duty to submit a report to the convention. The report emV>dle* mainly ami only the idea of the principle* of prohibition. Ht* submitted tiie following resolution: ? Whereas, Certain conventions ef politician* In this H*at? have mime a party to*ue on ilin law prohibiting traffic m Intotlctt.nit liquors, thus wresting II* Interpretation from tbe oourts anil appeattag from 'tin etpresslou ( f tue popular will which dlO Uled Mia lawt therefore Kesolve*t, That firmly believing the ureal principle of pro lection lo lie rufiii, We will rental Luc aLeinpi now Ik-iu'4 main 10 prevent a trial of the practical working thereof to thl* Stan*. In submitting this resolution, he desired to say tliat the minority nit ? ouipelled to uiak" thi* r'-|*.rt, a - t t?<-y nil agreed that the temiifrance Issue Wa< the greatest *>f Slate Usui's, liurtlc ularly Inasmuch as othei political (attic* had tendeied tbem this l*sue. He submitted further that, for tbo suke of the harmony, good feeling and unanimity of tbi contention, and the great republican party wMcb wai being forme I In thi i -taU* may be triumphant, tho ijiiestion he taken on this pro hlllilon without any debate. (Applause.) lie bad talked ?'llb the lending friends of both ride*, ami they concurred in tbe wiedom of till* course. He woul I be willing to iiscuss it. but he considered it *uiiM conduce more to harmony to dispense with sncli discussion. Ibl< he sup posed, ws? tbe proper lime to have tho report of ihe ma jority voted on, but lie would u k that tbe resolution- of tbe minority be aupcuded to tlio*? of the msj iritjr. Mr. JoeKrii It. m suggested that .Kr. Uorart llrMlqr should be ie?|ue ded to slate the view . of both ? I lc* on the >|Ue?tion of prohibition. There were some -il.Je* tim* to this proposition, and arii * of "Let* hear both ?l<t* " Mr J. *. J.< i.m.s ? niano oi? Uie platform, an I pro ofed t<i resd tlie resolution* of the Wi tcbs-t-r repub Icsn pnrty on tbe subject of prohibition, A Von!? II tint resolution ben-ad we will all * Ul n the same privilege. Iheie were loud and gereral ma*ife*tation* of dt*ap pioba.lon of all attempts to gel up <11 i -nlou n lh ? object. mid Mr. .)< hn Jay m> fomd t > put hi We t ? letter resolution la his po .etani'" it 'town si !i :? veiv had g*aie Mr H. hai * Oman *t then r>m? forward and addre -o ( tbe convention. lie raid? lie was aware the e w? a huge majority of the convention lo favor of tbe prlncl I of pmhibitb n. Hot he tb tight It unwise to drir*- I ?way the minority who mo opposed to it. llupr .pr.ed to pursue the policy they h*?l already purifoed in thi* | .'ate ? nai ely tog* fotwarg and v**t** Mr prohibitory j i'fl cerK, where that i-su" I* luvolvod, b It not otheraiee. The Mnen tohoaetta republicans had le -ilvt that th'-y i i?jnlre?i imj fvllitr on 'y >.f opi*n .11 < 11 oth* r HV?:" r j national measmes than thn'e of -l iy. -y K It truck htm tha* H atwa* rl lit. Tb?*y wnnt?*l the *U' c.- . of 1 the lepub' ran p?Hv. (Appln i e.) How ahoubt tliey 1 lace tbemst lves If tfcey adopted th" in 1 * l?y report ? Would ibey oneillate the nltra temperance men 1?' at all. Tin" *? say * v.y '-an'l' 'ate m is* be a pUslg* I te * totaller. 'I h* ?? * !*ra t."*n beaded by Id war t 1 f?sl isn, will make a division, no inciter ho 1 strong your platform 1/. Hetin*te<! th?> would m? ih? wi don? of lei >ing the ?juesiion alone. 1 Applause.) ^uppo-e, naid he. that 1 1'ai -more WlUieflMs*a sm a <* an* bla'e for Canal Com u ' efcttier loAthia State a* he la lit l>nn*ylvani t would any ' republican tefnse to *ote f**r him because hn i* not, a p > bibiiioalstf Hew: mre they wonld not. Wfty *h 01M auth an is-tie, therefore, l,e ma b* which drive* away a minority and dee* not give 11- n v**te - fake 'lt?sf0, fo inataoce. Hie re are a laige majority ot 'Jerinan* it. that county nppo?etf to tb<* evten'lnn of ?lar.*ry aoi alao opposed to six Hon ir prohibition law. Would th'*y cuat uway their vote* ? A t "1 > ? Tlie Oirifi delegn-lo* Is unanimous fn fav ir | of proidbith 11. t'ther Vut<m ? Hut their eonstttMBt* are not. (Ap I pis use.) Mr. ??HUajrv Ci "imlng ? -dial' we attempt to w t>>n ti e repubMeaa p ?rty tgr nrging the prohibition j la !p|e? j II*' Ii0te*l not II* Was opp -e.| to It, because it was | 11 amlv urg*il hy men *'b*. b w) hithi to sh vn a remark aide degree of <4. Ill f for getting upsmull and conlemj 11 ble MMaoritlea. ff*ugbter and applnu'w ) He I" el ] Cerrlt fmith, but if ibat gentlemaa b? I * 1!/ a lit I" J ci inmon nine he W"iil<l not bind bim>< If down U> a par j tj of twoor 1 lire- ? iboii- nd. (O ntiaued laughter.) il* de[ lored the pottay rgthoee who always to/'" up ? man minorities. The paet triumph* of temperanee bid | m bis Jo 'gmen' resuJU'l from th< Ir k'** pin,' it al*e.f from politics. He did sot -ee any fn?i? why pr "hiui | tionl*t> and all ?boulil a?t vote for the can .utat-i tor (Mate officer* aropoeed 00 tbe ti ket. Tbeseoffl *er? iiatpe j no' 10 do t!Hi problM'lon. When the proper 'm,* . comes, l.e should move f., lay thi* minority r? iluUtu >11 I the table as they )ia?! doae In the Joint Cooamittee on | Plat forma. Ihe t line IAV St.i'e l that Mr J hn Jay was ery .)<?*'! | rous of reading tn the csinveatloa the re- laUuns of ilj? repabbejin |?rty In Wettcbe.ter 1 ounty, an 1 Uoped 1? w.'iild lie |*ernitlte<l to do ?" Tl.e r?e|uest w*a an?wen*d by deelded ejpree?lrm? of j *'.-?l p'..i a 'ion ami a d* temiiaa' Ion not ?*!.-*.- Itt. John Jay. A M*wa?a ? There l? not a delegation In the r ? <m w eh is not directly or In irctly lost rue ted , that p lot and if yvin ciainm? at Weetcheeter y**a wier gs m t* ?liatao 1 snd liea* evwry county la the *a* As Tin* '.re.ih thooght that III ? . if tbe ( ? ?>;?> ' a* einre-ae 1 ahould t*e T < ?rd. A Von*? Tha' would keen ns till Nov-' <'?*' Mr. Jons Jai tiad sgala to put toe We?t ester r* ? *'? ' ti "Mi in hi" | * cket . Mr. Bfias.*?e nwivsd to append t><? repr.rt jus*. r??id o th minortiy ' f 'be 1 . oun tte* on PUiiir in u> llu el the mi j"ilfy. He tx*i e?l th ijueatiea woult 1 1 i>e <t a enaae>i but be wt?he-l to iefer to oae or *w points r* -? ; I y bis logem <i< Irlea! (Vlr Ore* I He h?*l f ?d to tiiem (be resolution* <4 |h# r--p J.I'' aa C"??*eati/*n io Maauch* ?etta, and if. like the ? v.,, sa l* la <. * ay igrored data .eati *n?, there inigh' b? ? e p?du >a it But bei? they I ad * n<- intft ail the ?*' - ?a ?<?"? *?' (H? pie < n1 h* ir, *?ve tl.e g??ai* t*if all -'et" .*?? A a i? fr-mtb' ten.] eran- e me-i w!o w?re in ? t- i f ' mi) * y.i Tliey would >*an<. la a ri lb il?.ee jr 4U m If the ; e*-?? U lore tlie pe*-ple igi>**r-, 0; thi- \? ? ? 1 lle i- ? ed aj plans# 1 If no oUtei p?'t? l?a-t iai?~l 'lie |-? ,e t ay mtght p-rmipehave gi * '1 i' tbe f*i by. M n ? t1 ir w .Id dU grace tb? *o ? In tl eye au tke e?i ntry, > Tvi < mat Bi taiu? ^hliU ? ?* Wat? ilof t ?* ?Hi<? ia till* asat'er? If tl?et Igacrad iku u*? whan it waa rais*"t by ?.th?- psrtse* Tbt? r.sMbsarl ? ml lap* -.iat'on of the pr itciple ?<! j.rokl'' *' >fi Tn? dar lanterns a' BlnghamUio avot'l. t tfc' *( ; *t a sid the is < ( is now -ay tha'- that l*sr >y ha* rep . '. .* 4 tie p ta e pie of pn-IHul'* U A Vi '*? ? It reals ? :<*? tbe whig j?rty a >" v* '. iney eai n* 1 getfrvui ?a<ter I*. Wi 1*1 1. *a f esq dieting; ?We they ,nr? I gel fi mi ui.der it Mr. ifr??i?j aa.1 alao rsle**l sn i?a*e-? a* g it - nt Innw'e ! *.n ' V- Irnpra- '.'n an-t fi?i<. .a,' Mil ivof ul' a fwob^'otii ?ait? l"he xrgusneut badar/ws^bt. 1 Tbe g- eat tse'y *>f gro!j4W*W*m?t s ' o lea>t eare e*h ' tbe* a eaad. t?'e ? a fnhlniilosbt or not. Tbef are i oaty legatee I t? e wl^re the* are aivtMat^ I oAess in whi* u 1 .ey *nar be*e to 'W mth the ? j eaaen'ing nf tea la? I os nay A t up the >?i of t.-- j ticket as yo . Af-ae and ki?en we w*U t?e wl'a yeo heart I ?nd ?'?i (App J??*e / MviiU iekttuwu ? *to? ? be* it of t*e *?|?'aa-e (??*'! ?* e< Tark siUe-?gv iinfoftuaa'ely t<siag at 'betr kwad be ea>r< tee! -?* ?<a'*.? . tnf weuee o^ac tbem 'me half >r ?ie of lie * .. a 1 this rev li leaa "> VSWK nt Will be tans* of proMMHea# j ista, and they artU go w it, yo 1. If yea *t . ??nlj say taa y?u 'lOliree fhyi prUieiftt m p- u. .ilea U aot .aso - a t. (A|'plati?e ) lUey would uot ??k any endorsement or eon- I tinuanre M the law. but unl; tliat this wawuilan thouM Ujr t.. I 111- MimrfM Ml public molality. lii?l their must keep tlicir bands off till ?h# eourta decide upon the In*. (Applause.) lie l?llere<l, uuder (iod, that unleas thin republican convention would ??J to the pe-'ple that tlie firinclple of prohibit! >n I* right, the whole prohibition eeliag la thU l<UU U destined to en utter uwrthm*, for ten or fifteen year* at leant. Hie contention w ere getting tiled of Mr PtehMae. anil manifest, d that feeling by stamping ot fret al?t loui ciles of question, question. Mr. HrtniiuM sensibly took the hint, and wt down. j Sir. C. C. of New York, attempted In dlaragard of the general sentiment of the committee, to make a aneech on teinnerance, but hi* vote* wa- droit nisi by about* of question, <(uMtinu. Notwithstanding this, Mr. l.eigh did uot alt down. A Yon* ? Are we to hare an open dlarussiou on tliia qiieatiou, or 11 *otev If we arc not to have a *ot? nt onoe let u> baie a fair light, and ?c will carry (ton beie for four weeks. ( Applause.) Mr. I.ku.ii continued his effort to Indict bin discourse on the committee, but wiu nruahed out by decidel umju featationa In- would uot Im< baard. The ftuiWAN asked that Mr. I<elgh should tie heard. i The appeal waa not attend* I to. and Mr. larigh waa compelled to yield, mid ?at down lu high dudgeon Mr. John JAt made another and usually rtdiniloue effort to read the leaolulion* of the republicans of Weat cheeter. Till* attempt, like the two preceding one*, waa met by njoat decided evidence* of diaavor, A Voir* ? All we want la to know whether we are to have an open iliacuaaioii. If *0, go ahead. 1/oud ciiea of queatlon. question. A ineuiber moved that Mr. Jay be at Ubarty to reed hie resolutions. Tlie question waa taken and neg?tlr?*l by a decided majority, A Von *? There are person* voting bere wbo are not entitled to do ao. Crleeof where are they ? "bow them If yuu can. Nine other temperance philpaonhara mad* Tain effort* to continue the dlscusalon, but their voloea were abao lutely drowned with stamping of leet, and loud cries of question, question. The waa unable to reatore order lor aome quarter of an hour. Heat leugth anuounrud that tlie question waa the motion of Mr Ureeley 10 on tlie tttble the resolution of Mr. Mebbina. The aye* and nay* were called fur. Mr. Rmimrmon, of Albany, hoped that every member would rlac in Lin scat wUeu voting, ao tliat lie could be M>en. '1 he question waa talen and there were, uoe ? 100, aye* 86, a* follow* Yeaa. Win. Harne*. Deodam* Wrbjbt, Clark sou V. Croaby, Davidson. Albany ; Amiusius Mwan, II room*. Veeten, Oban tauuue; Peter r. ItelllnKcr, t'liuiou, Stephen .lohnaon, M. R. I'onvirw. Delaware, H<eplieu liaksr, A. I.. Allan. I aaae Hlaaon , Dimbeaa, 1'. liora.'ielmnr, I* L. Ilak>-r, A K Al Iro.T. W. Wn<al*<Hi, J. W. Knlgbl. Krle; lleo llarvey, Vul ton and llauiUuni; A I'. I law-all, f. ,C l.vM tlnueaee. F.ira (IraTM. Wm I'aher, Voln>-yOwrn, O T K Van llorne, Herkimer, P. I) Koater, lleriali Allan, Jatfcraou K. I*. <'nl ver. 11 M lloli, Joaenb Keev Klnn-. 0 llabell, Livingston, John J Koote, T O. ltuilio|i, Mudl*on. J. II. MaiUiwlalo, rrait, Molina'; P. Klah, CI Ifaileion, N N ilarnli, Moiiinoinery It II I^imoiu, II t; . Hoyd. John l*?u, W in reel, V. M Mullln. Franklin I., ouarson, Josei>b Klinit, Jamea Keiinedr, I'haa A I'ealatdy, Win llwyea, fa liliou < It Wurd, Jaukes ll Hwsul, John Osborne, John 11. litullson, K Tevmoiir, K J. tntai-oo. New York; Tlios. McIjoiiiIi, ontirlo; lleo N. llrler, l>oWrt I' Jayne, Oraugi', II I. Jones Park (iolwln, Qio-. na, I'res tiinKiiik' Murtln Thatcher, Hi l?wrence, llarry lleila, A li. Dlln, Ken^aelaar; Win It Harris, A . Pond, I'oiesi, H<kralo^a; f II Mil, Browne, Hohobarle, II. K Traey, Krederle l^-ach, iw>Ka, It 11 I' 1 y ,ui It 11 geraolda, C late 1 I II Walker, Wio-Muk'oii Hubert Knnla, Wayne Jnhii Jay Win llleakely, llorare i irreley, Weatvlieater; J. W. bvburlct, Warrou, H. Cleveland. YatcS Nays.- Win. Kidierdton, Albany; I. P May. N. V. Hull, C Kendall. A N Own, Alleghany . Robert Harper, Itroom'', I>. K. Hell. Normiin M Allen, Cou?iaiit It Allen. WrlglK, ("at tarauKUa, .Nelson Van Neaa. Ib-nedlut. I,'liau?'i (ii ' . Huni'iel K. Ilntlleld, Jiuoea lllekok. Ilenonl J. Ires, Holonuin lllle-, Aiiatin II llnle, Ja< r. Jackaofi, l.'ay uga. Win K llaaUngs, John K Kbnore, Cbflmung: (liw, 1" A very. K.lyar ilarrei. Is ic I'endlelon, I 'beliaiign: . ol.o H. Uoiild. J. H Fairfield, i i lMol'la H llabcork, If T l.< man, I ortlatal; II. A tlulld, II M linriim. Du*cJir?n; k (JolT. Bm0X; Win t' JUm m?D, Erlti O. I#. t'Urk, Rioo lUi.Jwiu, W V II. | I). WaniW' ll, W. II KoOUi^oa, lirmdlnr, Jrtf 1 rcoti. K jMcob#, Klfi#M , TbottiM RagMl, J Pitman. )4>?wu?; j ) rnour, Lh iiiKHifM Jiiin?n WhiUor-i. I), il .J. J'.iKojj, ii HiijHTj. W J W Ht?bhln?f H|>'*lir?r, M?n? 1 ro<'. oohn Kry, MonUfotnory , HiMKh HcAliliiicr, W. N Fair Kdwird LcMMiib*, .1, It. KUwcmkI, S B. (Jeo W, hrol'b. Jolm i% .1 It lliirbotir. York. Nm i tli.tii ruulf, Abit^ ? 'liai'ii.HH, HmlUi. Is/UIAM ? "1 *ry, litirr Burton. r NoM*', f )r?on' Uk a ; Wllnou MMI?ir, lllrnrn Anhl^y, <>nU?rt??; It. Wnikiim, 11. UranMn, S, M. J.nrroijk-hn Dan. II. Co!(*. Orlfant; JatnoM J. (N?H, VVmv I, (># W. L lllitelow, CJ W. Koll0U% A A. M.itijni ?, W V. If*, K W Abb^f, Jai Ha l ting; on. Ht iMwretw, Abboll. l,f.n*??'Ui?r, J JU*a' l? ticlm/ler; hntiih, \ Clrnv, K^noi'ft; W I'm J, Win. B I r*U, 11 M 1 1 til), Ho)<m 0 Tluiiclier, Jobn Mnyrmrd, Htcubeu, I.. A. Mot-roll, H. H lirov. n, /. UrvJ Wtlln. Win Woodbury, ToOipklnn; John II HoWfll. 1'liltT, II. no? worth, WaHbintrOm; IhrkiW llr?l?, Clark H C. Cuyler. Waynr; i'ha?. O. ftliepberd, J. II. IxKJtnlfl, Wyorulog; H B Arm, Ynir* (Owing to th<* IficorrocttHN*? of th<? lUUi <>1 j an* MfTftnl rut in cm rimftt<*d in t)i?' fofgning, m I tho | numb'-r will, thtrofor*, not Inlly r*acllf, but i?tlll It in worili iMiii.K j'ubliahr 1, to n!iow )j?mv Orwloj, C ulym, Jay, 'n? other tcinyoiunro ^>out4T?, r^yudiate tin* Mm IfM ' i | ? 01 !?? H . I ,wo tbf minorllv i?'p?>rt wan not lai<l on tb? tablo. T)ir r? rult ??f tho rotf wa? the <?< ca?l<?ii for bnid crowing nn tho i m t of the tfinporanc* tnon front tin* rmal <iUtri it*. Mi. w i' > t mmj, ( f rjl'*, a \> l?v ?U' from tin* White vrntlnn, wh? h?*rr lntro*1u"o<,l nii't annn tn< ? l tlmt th?? W Mg < onvoniion hiMl a|>|*<nnt?*?| a c?itnuiitU-? of ton t?? r?* j ?.rt t ?> thU Convention tiial tho forui<*r )t*4 agioo-l nnanl iiu-iihly tf> th? rcH<.lutlonx an l f latform ogrcof! to by tho j'-int f? inniittrOH |?< t yvtmig. aJ?<?, that ih? Whig ( "n Vi nt Ion had ngM-^l unanlnnn-ly to tho IK ko* a lop o?l by the j 'lnt rniiimlitcfw ? n nomination ^ an'I that t w?*r?? now readjr t? ttv -t t!?'" r-??nvo?iih??? in Jolnf i.'?. It It wi-M- t noir ploamirw. Mi . Jok Bit* vf Bioro<t that h romniltto? of ton bo an U? vvuit on tho W)?igCoiiyouli??n, nnd fnform thoni that ih*? O nveut inn are niviy t?? moot tli#m ?n joint ci nrenti"n It wn trgohtrd Oiat tlii-i had hot tar bo ?Merra.J nnlB tlf platform and ti' ki t nbould )i?v-- boon agr<o*l to. li t- motion wa? arctndlugly wiUidruwn Mr. iM it^ttn, of .^rat'ga, oamo on tbo platf -rm an ! rni'Vod to i. mond tho minority ro|M>rt by a |>r??p %IUo:i ?#t In , o*pjo ?ing tho *??'nii^?on( "t ih?* (loorantion in n to idatory an?i in Ut ?i of t?iii|4iiao* .V li ( ?T '?( Sew Voi k, ?viii mg l#y mam < r i? ti n u>? nt at tin* rot.l Impud* nro *,f Mr llulUi t, a?k*^1 wha'har tbo gtntlornan from Harat/?g? waa a Bitnn^r of Vln? i.iinti ntion. It w i - knowJo-^rf <1 by that In'H I1;il (b it ha waa riot. Mr Bn N"j tb?>u)iht b ? iidnct i ? ptv.<n'. Ing th a ?*? ?* luti n an ? xtra^rdinAry pr-^^ T? ? whota Condon t Ion vino*! t?? think ao too Ibo n -i lution wa^ ritlad out of ot >-r, and a mojal/Or otfoif- 1 to f?'bo; it but no atton'irn wiv? paid t-? It ? Jfud^i Ci j , ?*jft i>rojv??a?! thai tho minority report by Mr. htot k>toa to- adopt td moioly ao an iridojs# % daot ??I pira^ion of tho oonao ??! a iiaJo<ity of tho Conroutt -n, aivi not tvpjond I* Ut tho j U inrtit Mr. tfc. i H i' wmt ciiaorfuiJj acc< jd<d tho an?aodniont. (I oud ap| lao?o.) Tb? ?| ooatlon w*i tlion put on till* a I 'ption of Mr r-totddna ro?? lution an I it ? adopt by ac lam ai^o, and amid murli nf.' la' ?o. IKm uuo<tlo? Uuiii urrod on tli? a*l"ption of th?- ro p*?rt 'ft),? (-inmitbo ?m lUtf im an I It wa- a??'j adoii id t#y aor lainatloii. i h? i onv? ntiou inanifoH'a*) 1 1 -? d? I ?<hl at thi* ^ on* tun mathm tijr loud and on hania*?!** f*h*'oHag, )? ? d?d? i Handing up oawl?k' th*-ir Unt*f encoring r ,< ?? roiitljr , and '-'lit, fif al! a<#it? ??f ra^ r Mr. riiATTUi rod iho V lit, win# ro*otali'0! a- an in la j ^ if :? r?t ?tfi^H'O of ik ii 1 1 "M iit. ? H' *hf l llMt ?,ttr rrpvbllran ir?? HutUnn *r* in dan* "r o' boui?( ovrrftnvwil i?r ?h?' Kla or?, mii J U?a4 04 tho ropiihli? to man 'la dial tlio *im*h power hr- <wroriliroWn i?rit) i pr'ai-"?? mo o.rn^ of oo no, an 1 oth?f* tliat He ronidtiUott did not o- im up to tho m ?rk at all Mr. Pratt > rotol ti n ?ai trea'"! In th** woat raralior *t y 1?*. the qaeathm not having been ?-??n Uwti put It Tl.ero'? tof the ( Viniinittio no Noininati ?n? ?a? p*a , ?en tod > y Mr. f din "f lUn-^U The itfj -'ft wa*? fwb>pu ?! onanltnoiitlr, and a ?ittillar f i. a a- that w^ * li Mlowad tho adopthm of th^- ptal form, w ?? enaefrd The motion for tho app?4ntmont a r^wimtUaa to tn form tie other ronrentbn t,.;tt tMi con tan * *n lal ag rood OH tho ptntf' m and nononatt' n* ao \ that th?y were ri*a4y t#^ in< at tl*< m iti Joint c/tlfiiiliriu, waa re WOWful. TV M#tfton ?a* adopte-1 \n?l th? I'd) wing goaih -noo w??ri ap|4/?nto*1 ?nel? conimltiea < f ton ? if< f* Cro* y, ThaUlior Ilnahor M M ilWt I lary I'lmbrl/, lll iol. Van No ? J.,h'?a n, attl l-apl ari ?n.ote ta? latortM) -at al Ibe \ti mph >*f fo*Um and the WftrnWr* br ?kc out into alt a**fta of ^oofl huoi^f e*l diNtfW. .In v ( r jvff ?u?(%e*t^l tliat the ?tii'*g?Uw ?hr>- \4 km+p in ordei a* th?- W?b?g ( irn??n n ar?? going t#> m? ?-U in ?< leinn pr? ? and U?a mai naga 'if tli" ? h? and re paHNran partita ?a? a'j'/ut b* -i ?g ra'^d. \p pL? a j Tm dibga'"* to* 1 br Jr M In '!?? ?i ? ? ?g loaehig 1 tto ronue < f (ha hall vacan* f?*r ibo w^ikga Mr C*t f m ni*?e?* S that * hen *h* olhaf r* ?ntnti "? a|>? pr?r horo. tho Chat'meo of thla mwieli^i b* M?h"itael u, n 'Of th?^n at tho Antrt of tho hall and Uae tlio . .nt of t> ? Wi.ig < ntenft o %f tho ? ? a?t ^ ,ri him and tho '.IT ft ? to the pUtforoi and thai tbo auno fr*l / be *>ato<i tr? ifeehaU, sod Uiat tbaf Vie aalwlnd willi a i#* An 'on Jokkh thai th? bride he rej?M!?d tv el'AOgn Her na-'a (la?igtit?r ) # * r 1 1 * joko* tfft ^4 off n thfca ^ I * ' an 1 %b* ? Omontiei eih Ute Uae ntuMt f "d howi THK ABOLITION t.K.Wlt'f.. ?l 11 S *. th? nmlttw i*t<iitv ? >t?1 mv?ii ? l ti at I h? j h?l p?ri"roi?<l I hair mu?iim 'Wat >|?* t :n? v? I 11 kb'l <bal Ua A bij < - ,a w ?-'*?it >?!*?? in WtatB( Hall. Vf. I lum, <1 *?? Yart ? u apj^4?u-1 f?g>*?afl. A* "M f? 1 1 1 ?>? b |mi ? ?*!,??? i ?.*>???'< !.<?( lb* Wl?lf < i? ?bo?v4 '?? all..*#] w (tt h?u4 U* lb? <>>??*?. 1L? < ??.??? ?oh M it ?> l In w partita'** a**??' atfa| ?#tta. I* ? In) lk? *"??# ' at ??(ton NWrol hai' marHaa.) t?>> hjr <> ???Wr ??!?? i?l vet* (r*?t?4 wt?H ?tta <h r*r- ?a* imtl.umUM'.t rifyit, ?f tMMl*. ft?a ???? |w??*4wl ?Hk ?a*? <m Ok ptftlfofm. ??.' th? th* *u a \U? r?ntr# trf 'Ik* Ha.l A- ik ? ??>? Mr rr?'im * m tW i ?? ? *m nl*< ?? -rf ap ?teuw * >!"?'? ?*???* t. erww W> Hi# , . .rt/.f'b* wUft.tWl, . V Uw ?",n party ,, t >?.' ?? ?k? nw '?( lW lAltm t . nm\ in h*i ?tw ?, .fhl a# A fta ?K UmI I* UaM?. i ?t ? > #4 Ikat fc'? *u aria I ?iW It '??" '* V ?a*^ fr/r lh? ??. ? ( ????*<!? ??a *' "f K>w " ? '.f ar4 <yUj?t y ' < 't*< ??!?'??? ?Vltfwjtlldti II. > K?nlin Ikrafti ?aa <*?' <T? *Ml> )? Mu*l, J ><|? c S ??< '?*?? W*<U?it "V*""*' ' ?????* U Ik* Ik ? h? '-?< |? ??' > )????? ?fk aa4 Uk >??' tS rrt-%1 um *t I /TTtJWW* ?? Otaf*. ??**?* tW 'ta* ?'??* -? ! ? }???! l?T lb? . r, j,r?n ' tton# W r> * fcjr '.*? IwM O aiM'M. ? 10 without a dUeonUeal *olc*, tad km 14 loua Wd OniLu*UM10 jdaudlle. - ff' W?!?" tt,,'"rt ,h*1 ">? nomination, ywwhl Ztl?e Joint C<hdxiiiiw t* ?iopt*<t br thin Joint (luovn H^md'!!Tf2i?u*m w* "l ^ "t*t* ? N,m Tori, M " lb* rapubin a? u?k,.t " The auootioa w* P?t by *.?ldent King. and it M doc la led to be unanimously cartUd. Tli* Joint Convention biro laauruKi in. If poaaibio a m?N onthuaiaitlc uiaanar than the had h-rt to lore done, their Jo; at tha iucce?t of u?. fu,i?n ntnf ment. borne of the ddefatoo 000 Ql>J tu U wild wHij te lifht. Mr Siunjimo, of Huffalo, movod that the <nt?trm?> rf the twn I'onvml Ion* he authoriiad to appoint a it*U Ontfil Comniitlw of silicon. Mr. Iurm* wlolied flr?t tu adopt a reeolution declaring the name ol the parly. Vim m. ? It ha- been declared already. (laughter.) Mr. lUnun. ? Siii regularly. t now move thai thia party bo denominated "tlie republican party of M?W Torn." The motion wan |iul and carried untulmouxljr. The quaatlon wax then j.nt on the moll on lo Tuna ft Mate Central Committee of all teen aud It waa mrritd. Judge liaoat. of Herkimer, read a aerie* nl rtiola tiona, ahuli were proposed by Mr. .leakin* aad raJagM by the Hott M?f 11 1 onventhn, declaring tt to bathe bouad i-n duty of the Kieeutlve to |niiiiah tne lawlea* mlrudara in Katua*. be. Hi' j. r ? >i>. .?e,l the adoption of auch rooalit lion*. They ate a* fallow*:? Kraolvod, Thai the repeal (,f the Miwonri I'omorum.Mi la Ha inception forvl>mtod the evil* wtilch tu *r<-ompTUBineel aa4 piauical operation have re.1'i.*.| in demonatrauon. Ti 1 1 Wa? > aCMUtted l.jr tl.e treasure of Ihe nation la the property of Mm nation. It la eniltlrd <o Uie nation a u?r.tlan*lilp ?ol protec tion durtuK It* I rrt itortal tolnorlt)t lu tlrat ea'Uora ara MM children of Uie Htate* -ita Aral lawa Umi law* of l'.m<ran 00 eiet-ullve and judicial oAcer* the appointee* , if ha I'reaWaal ? If In ita lulanrt and w.*kt>.-*? eooaptreuwa Uirada tUa Territo ry and uaurp Ihe povera whlcii IVttigri a. tuu trie* tint to DM inhabitant* uieraitf. it U the ttoun'ian ditty of 'ha naUaaai aa ei ttlltre lo nae wlih prnwptliiala ami nIDciannv tha poaar placed In Ida hand* by Ilia ? on*'ltiitnMi, u, uuuudi tha iawiaaa Intrtulrr*. TI* Invaaton of the l et rttory ot Katiuu l,y p?rauaa hating no ri aklenre tkeralu, for Ilia |otn?a? at eaUhltahMC ala very under Hia color of law- their aauutn of Uia r*tu* of aa t entment ami their aaaault upon tha Brefcesecu'iva appntaUe ? (hair unlawful erpulakaj ml utatabara-thatr hloo-lj and kar liaroui rinla of anacinii nu, are Urn legitimate fruit* of the !? peal of I be Mtaeourt raoi|>rnmlae and call loudly fur the prnia?l ?leirlaeol tha a|iprn|>rM'a poxere reeled In lha IVaefdaat ?( the l ulled Htate. aud for tbr panaga ot lawe toy Uee*raae M I'tnrent <tx>u rmtiMW. Iteeolted, Tlial tha practlra of ii>nSdlnj to tha people of Ik* Terrt'orte* certain powera nf n aiaiation. enli)a<-t to tha aasar Vinton of t'ongiee* la Mjuod In prim Iple and rei-oraioanded l>f the hapjiy ft title, of tong, I Ida dw-wtue, artataMM by Jeflcreoii, baa bean approved l>y naail; every edmtulatra I ion frrmi the orKaiiliallon nl our coiantmenl to lha prawaA 1 Hue. The aliandiainieni of It 1* fraught with atrife, aaaUaaol jealonay and aoarrhy. The a(.proprlata remedy I* a return to Uie i uatocn wlitrh luu been inoel luiwuely ahandonad. Tho nuiKllon wa? put ao.l the raanlulion* wera adoptad. Juilge I t I.I KM than came forward ami a k lr?*ard Uta Joint Coatautlntt. He lejolcad at the opportunity Ihoy had of reeordliiff their volet in Tavor uf the uatoaa on the rapnblicau ticket. He lacolioetai lha ear rlcaa in I onjtroaa of Horava \Miealoo, of DaoadafOi lltadford It. Wooil, of Allainy ami I'reaton Klnj of W. 1 aw r Once. (t/>ad ?pplau*e. 1 Ami he alan tonieuibarwd Ika MtiTioe* and |*triuli?tu oi f-tlaa M. Hurt ugh* (Ap I lau le ) They had all come here t getber to eatabllth % Ki < nt prim liile 1 hey hail taken a name broad o* thai worked out by Jolleraou in I . M ami if their parly wwra aaclioualmti ?<> veto Tlioniaa Jefferaon niel Ihatr feliuw worket* In ITM (ApplauMi ) Ihe North #n*t*rn Matao preai nt lu thoir proapeilty aud irioatmn* Ilia lie*t uiom nioal to the uienioiy ul Tli 'tnaa Jelt, r?oa. (ip plauae ) Thoir lit'l n would lie rtdlcul?l Hut when trie Texa* .juration ??? up WaaUtii||t<>B Hitat and th? men ot Dial *tamp were lualoulala. lie telalwd tu anecdote ahich he oomini nded t'? tlia?e old fualunlato, uf a |'U|ill*tic old, who, aantlun to have a light, om ?lay plUhi d upon hi* (frowu up >nn, and waa pltshad iuto" ?rith a vengeance "Weil," i,aya h?, ' lt'? a coiiMiialion that 1 *?? wlii||ie.| tilt I r?l-e.1 a boy to do It." f laughter.) flull we not luaa to do a graai gi? d Ilka till*' ."-hall We lint lllMV til ligl.l live Wllltlg, a* tiioy fnnetl in l< n(n ?> to inlln t tii.i ' wrong' Htich liiiaU lug ami buatling, and ri^hl alaint fa lug a* hat teauttad from tho .Sohracka bill, haa m Vei lieen at<aiu Ui 'h? fie? Mate*, (iaughtrt.) Hl< i he 11 II. U ugla* wat Ilka lha veil tinlued d"g alio wlion told tn atand up, atood up' win n told lo liaik l?rkeii, wtien told tn toll o?er, roilaf over ami now when hdl to lia down, lie* dowa. ( I jinglitei .) t'lUtnore ?a* ilaytng Ilia dark lautam i!? iljre to get * noinlnatlmi for the presidency uf lha I ait id Ktate*. i llltnote ha<l In-eu a alautK h aupporlar of the tll?' uri Coutpromhr, but In- It wllhug now to ami that i otitproiniae blotted out aud eij, mg. d. wtth?at a aoid of lenii 1 -Iran, a Tlie Irontde with thla party wltieli aaarmbletl lu lllngl.atutou ia-t weak, and lu a very aj j ionriale nla.e the other day, ie?r the ."tat* prlaoa at Auuui n, flat ghler, ) wa* that th?y did nut meaa U? I any an) thii'g tnoio ie?r. . llie Nel raaka I'll! than waa . necetiaary lot tin "cea-Uin Ihe banl ahella walked ay ' nobly, and ?ald the Nrhraaka act wa* a capital art Tba I loft a I aid that ..ine matter* In I were not right, Inat , nt ill alt'Keiber, It pietty f--S, ami they would *ap wirt It. That in a t ir tnliHain on their pUifuraM. ; ft waa fjr the republican parlr, huwarar lo right tba wtnog The* came up tight to the point. The ?dectar* will rally ? Hit a heart anil *oul and aupport tliot fiat < fnt in Mid prtnHph'*. Ue bad henid a notMl auft aboil, la King- eounly, >ay UiO other day, My party la not tho gnatetl patty It U tho niean -tt party lu ereatiun." ( 1 aujfh'i'i .) I hi* new alliame w?a foi toad from ueoaaai 1 t)? apt pular necaaaity. Ma blncP>n Hunt would tail j tl am that th'-y aeie a need ,ual parly, hut lie know that In I Mil gentleman ?a* >aTe.| hy a party of fctol. He laiu the triple of the htato of New Tort ' that Ihrie It no id of ibe houlh liarlaf reijulied Ibe abnegation of the Mlwiarl comproaiUa. And yet, out of ninety i*?uthrm 1 eio'ier* la ' ngre*e, t nit nine i.ohla ftlloa- voied againat the Nabra*ka bill. And ahat ha* lieeti their reward' I'oor lien'- n and 'XU ) |i'?n and ?the Mfc*. nnd other* ?f thom, h*T? i*eo loft at h< me by tbvlr canstlluenc^r*. it aa* hi* g ?-l fortuaa, I I n la* 1 >'. >urih <>f !'? ?p??J? t<? * n $** tig lh<su**&1 ?? i hi?t(in King * f*m?tJt?irrit?, it?' I " *0111# ?f Umi fliMMt )? i-^ff ??w (laufht#/ ) tO* wrntMimr+t { th?t l '**nton K ittfr *W?uh! u ,>?! ?/ t hi>tc, (laugh , 1**r ) II * ?' fil 0 " ?* *f? Ur I.#* vi#?* ? r? ii? tin ? my wf. ' h I - *1 n*r- r ha t ? ?l > tm liitlfit 1 A| 1* ?? '*? f H" !).',?? t"M lb- < t>t?i>At?? I ihftt tlirr lia ! fj" ot )?" 'i 11 biff r( w *?. !it?- rui'iif ??f m WMtmn, *>???? lit my w?.. m+Ay ?/? ?w*| ; KrftnkTl??rr? . puliifi il s t J?* r|iu -en. 1 lA'^b'tr.) 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