Newspaper of The New York Herald, September 23, 1856, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated September 23, 1856 Page 1
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THE NEW YORK HERALD. WHOLE NO. 7329. MORNING EDITION? TUESDA Y, SEPTEMBER 23, 1856. PRICE TWO CENTS. 1DYKKTISEIEHE8 RENEWED ETERV DAY. spjbciax. MtrricKS. A P. A ?MEMBERS OK JACKSON I.ODUR, NO. 5 , ? a . I' A., are reuMeted to be punctual lu their attcul , ance a. i In - lodge room, corner of Twenij^iiutli atreet and ? Elf hili amine. 011 Thursday, s?p t. 25, a' 8 o'clock J M.. ?j [ business ii .uipoi lunce in lo be transacted. Members who are In arrears will please attend and pay their arrears Bj ordet . RALPH OGLE. W. M. AM)itEw Graham U.S. CATiif;:.lO LIBRARY ASSOCIATION.? L. 3. IVK.S, LI. it., wiU lecture oolite 'Vources ot Protestant l*re Juoicc* .4 i hi ilk t Catholicity , Hi the I in mi V\'av 'i abernaclo, thia (1 y) eveoicg, at a o'clock. Tickets 20 cants; can be bad at liie door. I' O V> (>. F. ? THK M I MI.JCR-; Of CON I I .\ KNT A 1, . Lodge H7. I- O ot O. F. are directed to meet nt ilte lodge k room. I'-- a>wery, this day i rues lay) Ztd Inst.. at I o'clock )' P. If., lo p;< lie leal tribute ot : espect to our late brother, Jacob Freyfi I i c^fleaee, MS Oiand street. Iir order. EZRA VYATKRIJURY, N. G. Rajiv: ' .1; ake, Scciotary. 7?7< :T RKC:KlVKR~oi. XAXK0. MO. 32 UHaMBJIM strrrl ( ne *' Court Hei.e), New York, Juue 2S, 13S6.? fukf; r ??.??.*.? ' To avoid the risk* that must Inevitably ocmi from the iwJ of tax ptyers *ho put oil to the latent day the Mmi-"!. of their taxes, J h.ive df terniiiied to ail opt the follow big ru'e. wU.cn will b? rigidly adhered to during ay term of office -I -4.411 receive m mo es after 2 o'clock V. M. Every ottlcc- la '.Ui? Departtu :nt is strictly prohibited from receiving envelop' < containing mont . ot check* for the paymeat J _??? 'dor. l.'RVEV IT HOWARD Jtocaiver^ POLITICAL. Ulh WABD.-AT A MKKTINU OK THK COMMITTKK ol Uie Twenty-eighth Couuoil district, held at the ho tae of Frederick Reppcr, corner of ttldge uud llou .ton streets, on "Wedties' ?, eveultg. Sept 22 In accordance with tae cull ot the Oenei :il i '<: mtnlltee, Mr. Ilenry W. Colyer was unanimously tioni::ia >' ( to . Couuct-'man of ihe Twenty eighth Council dis trict. WM. K. RKliAlN, Chairman. Geo \V .. biy, Secretary. KaBIi.I t'KTKUS, ) II t > Nominating Committee. I.slkll SMART, J N. B.? Tina U Ihe only regular nomination by the Demo cratic Ke, "illcau Committee. 'oTai \V \RD~-C NITKD DKMuCRATIO NOMIN ATION jU I lor Alderman KKDM& fcROMK.VT. |Ht i m "t>g of the regular De-uocralli * Charter Convention t'l the ward, held puntu?at vo the cjII ol t:ie General 4'omai .;kt, A* dre Fromeui. K?<j. w:ib iiraniinou !v iimii 11 . ltd for A oman. IMNIKL W. CLARKE, Ch'n. Mu .lALi. i.Ai arr, > .! am t." Mtrrar, ) AT * MKETING OF I'HK MKVIUKRS OFlTili; K(5UBTH Dia*: i ? To'lce, h?'ld nt ihe siMtloa house, S'<. J Odk atreet, on Holiday Si ptcm >er J2 Lieut. Liuigdou in tUe c'.ialr, Davi t Itarlir .-ic rtury, Michael Sullivan onered ihe following pre atnbie and i e*0lull0na, which v er - adopted:? Wheiei. It has pleavid the Mvine Ruler of h- universe to letnove fi. m onmlilatour Ute lucn 1 uud aMOcivc, Gt-i go i'lligeiu.i , Ihrcefore te&olved, Uw it is wi;h ftelu-g* of deep regret fiv the d - parlB-eui have received the at. lounccne ui ot the dembe, In the prune o! tuunhooil, ol our lots companion Resolved, i hat in tlie leeeaaed ? e reco?m/i-i during life all the iBA-riiitUp* an h<m?M nurifht i?Mi useful citizen ~ Hi t in .e i. That we od'er to the members of the family In th!? their hoi. i of need the >!nc ic cot lolei.ee of Uiia depaitmeut, hnf win mririfT life he ? ii? art ocii imeut and an ho lor [ Re*o e i. That a copy of the above reeolutioiw l.e ciea'utel ki the Uaii'v of the deceaaed T~A MKATINO ?F THE UEIiKG AT1CS TO THK CHaR ler Couventloa of the first ward, h?ld a' M Greenwicb atieit. on Mon 1 i.v i-veulug, Sept. 21. Addlioa Ullfh wasc.illel lo ihe ct?:> ' ? . svid ffm. Farrell appointed .-*eci eury. On mo llou. the Co.iv^niton p'ocnede I to ballot for. a candidate Car Aideiinau wUcu Uli*rle? Me.,?y wau uuauiiiwiiiaiy nounnatod. [do the fit at !xa''.ot, an the deuioura'lc taudiilate lor Alderman of tb- Fi- s> v ird. Al;l)lSGN 11LIGH, Chairman. Wim.iam F .\r itr.Lt., Secretary. AT A MKKTJKG OF THK i I ! iit TfTlVV'T iV V KN Iion" be.' I st the Aator Houne. corner Thirty aev.udh atreet and l.iiil avenue. In pumu^nc. of the rail ol Ihe General (Vimiuii i-r of Tatrniaii) llail, the following ticket was noini natei* raeelaniai.^a: ? ."chixil Commlwloner? -WiUlnn Mon Iriili. '?f?or ? J im X Doyle. Conataliie*? W.Juai Kee nan Lpuia ucker. Scl.^d Inapecior ? >'ohn 1*. Br. tier, school Tru?ieti.-?Hecr.? Larkln, M;ch*el >i hweyer. JiRF-, r KRK1TORY F?Jit FRKK I.\I!'1R -I'HH MP. chiuic- and viorkiOKmeu of Mew Vork. at> l nil others ia favor ol I n- Terrlti ry for free men. and K re moat and Day ton ar. l;n . ed to aitend a meeting ot ihe Woi kuiKuien'n Ke pillillrtn I'tairal CutM, a Tamui; evening. Seuti-mber yt at 3 o i n)Ck. fc'. their rooiui. Mee.liamea Instlto e No 1 tk<w ery i-otn-i Slrlatoa street. The meeting will be ald/ene I by Gen .'at W. Kje, Ch?# A. Daei^aSn , Dr fkM IVtyie and oiaei i tn.iie.it -pe-k?m The Rocky Moiuitaln lllee Club Will fc.nf ih- Ir ln->>t oninpaign i4>t gs on lino in caaitii N. It ? 'ilw Wotk'efiBen's Kepuldicin Central ITaiou C?'uuai,-n Reading linoma. free to all, will bo open on and iJ'ier Tne? Jflmy eveMii*. s? ptimbur 23. All tkoae lavoraMe to the cause Iriittceli iltory, free labor and Fiemoiit i.^ earucst'v In hed tn entol themselves for tbta great cause. ROFT. it. M O.VTUOMERV, I'l-eaUent. A M tree at, Feerauiry. "1 H A k . fe.- W KI.I.I01T, KW?;, AND .lOSKIMI I - i * addri se the Yi nng Men's Frein mt and Ha . t m iVnuo! t Biro, <Ue eleventh regular meeting ot the Cnlin.) hie (Tiiea'i.nr) eventog at the e.tu.ireaupt luttltu'e. No. <>5 Uinsdwav. at 7l? oxloe.a. Uniting by the t?lee Clin. It >rder H K M AN IKItKK I'rest.le iL D H iiiUigRSUEVB. Sceretary. Pi tniii.H'AN mass mrktino, cndbR riiK dirko _!Iih ot i'ie Fremoot and Daviim Ci ntral <!!ub of U?ee?ly ai i iiialy ol Mew York and 'h? fl"i*nih ward Roekv Moutitai tub. The Ilea Au?i>n Hurllt'g*?ie ntel Win Uui-tis Nm w?l. aediew ibe rt pub Ilea is at Union sju.rc, on Wei e'en p* JJep*. J SI mmm w..nl. Win. H. llroeme. John II. Burleeon, |r<mim '?i central Clnb. Cei Aa'lia i. H. Ilebbsrd. John II. Ki ym-i , Cutiimina.* bf ftf'eeolh Watd Rocky Mouuiain Club. ______ n?n.i i i: MMH kTWR.-4t a SnDiiTprnn |IV I !? -iitli Contirll 1 >ta i ' lie d lit Mo i i*i n'i ? -epl u. at " In. i .. omerof r * -a .. i ? JmhI Ft ?' ?\ e-iiie. M- eimon St tn:-M waO tintninmu ,ty ? . MM fo> 'be oAkce of i'oune<<man JDIIX .1; OALI. VGMF.R, I'haltmu. Mn inri r (?'B?!ir. H--erei.?ry. ?L?t\lll W a K 1 1 FKKMOM RKIM'BI.H \c,.i 't IV S3 ui * op l.oii he (FremoMi la ihe ieaUoin|ue iir of i ? ifor . i, . it che ui I i member* lie RimIi War fremiti Kepubliean < iub are re juentiil to meet at men clui itotn til i rati atreei. Una i i n< ?<lay) evealng. Se a. O, at ("clock, i,i Ih.aiuc.siiI loipi.i ta? ;e. UBAKI. W. WILLIAMS I'ml eat Oii? l? coat*. i. it. >?? pAVn Bi-itto.y, \ >vUrSft THIPI> WARD ON DKOK? AT A MKKriN.J OK TMK <!'? i < lift Ui (he IVniK-r?i.t ('larifrCoiivcnti'w he'l >< J M. N.maa ?. No JfiiMir- ? nvrirh at., tba lion. P. ii vt . , r?ey ?" - < <:!< : to ih? chair, and SI/?iii Kiiward M > h ind Wre. J. A McUrath were appoint?-! ttoerriarlt'S. On mo it* ?ii Mi M tun U llarrta wa?iooiinalel by at :>r Semnriii rnudidnta lor Moorman >?f thr Third ward (?n rti.-i o?i i t l uTctuUm ndj- .rur-l. I-. rm c -n M ?i lay r\ ? :iiii< Jjli'O'tlwk. I*. <4. MoLOUKV. t'kairmau, ? ??: ; ! J Tii?- >:xth wa"iu> m.rl'BLK'AN ci.i'u. or hkook ? lyn w-:l bold a rectilur m- rIIiik, Ibla ( fnr*<i?y> ?' mm*, k' 7' . u i^-rk. at CiinaUtJtloii lla.ll. corner Hutlcr anl Conn Itrre-a A-ldreaeen will b? delWcred lif Ilia Hon Kraai -ia llonkto* of H.naarhnaeua; John C. Wyman Kx. . of .tew 1'o.k aut .1. K Vwul, l.i'i , nf flrnokJyu. Mi-i- ?/i'ie Nlitb Wa .1 ulcc Oa?. t rot n -rale for Um1>>- a nEORfJK CL'RTIf Proliant. P K Ptvo, Hecrrtary. k? r fi k ISiim-BATi.: ] rlkctorh ok t ii ?~ kmc ?;--.th ward llai.n* be n ?Oi-iu-d by nn-neni <>f m> 'rW-Bfti lo he? ?ur a r?n?li-l.iie i?r AM rinau of the Kl. ve nh kim aillie uahi mini! - 1 . >o. I uk- th ? lie -I of e? pra??iti? mr * iewa, ?o thai I cannot l>? rnUun (era- . 1. I hoi real ?--.m r iquon and partica. no facimnM or -i ?? i*.ml/?r tint A ?. I : I ? "f l?ri'? l.'-mnntliotl*. ml W ll< .<? \ tt lllfl >andid?i?- m?y br thai re<-et?e? an-k, will en-tura i?? mop ? ? rt. IkooM the prraeal locum) nl obtain the ama >.a ion, 1 akal ll*? him my ? anort, lor the reaan hi- ha* wi-il -I -aerrr d th rimftoc.i ?? nlared in hlai J SRl'-?R ?.; i*.i- ; n of J A K. J. H. t-e.-or. ?UMUHfTlAlX I?tMO< K ATI( rhi-i hT.T V s ui net il t nwmllln - AI i> ni- "tnir -rf the l!?p ih hi*an <lr -r ?' < n:nm!it?*, a> Taoun ny II ill --:i T '?-Ur ?JgBIE. If. tt?? f"l! -win* raaol'i'lo-iK o I. - i I, . I if pfl'. ?'"* <?: Tir-i w?rrt. -?? ? a-l -p'- I by a - ;? ?? '?* . pbr afltinxt rf ami 2R In th<- -,*(;ai!T? ? I - -I Thrtt thl* < will ?tt?U?it Hi-* Mav >' > ti l'?iTin"onMfr*h.|i th. Hon O K -i--k n pr-vlrl ?? ? hntrrr<D <n-1 whl- h la-? n *M intn.iia-?l ?H? Hon I ? Wood a? ->ni tandHala for ^*yoi iba? :b*t i mrm .-i w?* |r?fw.?rl) ron-imi'iNl and org -- i/?d in nr. .-rdji i ? w t.i hr ?f Ihf P > rt* ai.'l !> -? r-<-.mrii?nd ..n o: h#<lc i- -? Oomnuii- ?nd vbat il? nomina iona arc PiiUU? I to b- an > ?rt id r n . : i " lti? demo.-raiir party. PBlYil i ' ,i iml lb? aiBrml-iaf* whtrh I irtnifht pnt f.rij ha niaK of J. p. t.lbby aa a raadldatc for MaT-w waa mi irrrfii liar and Imautborta* body, not rtWtM by th- jo-opla >Vr UaiKtio I < < t r ormanUatloa of Ike daa-Kratir p< Ma tmrerdii ??> a err rulcuiaird lo drl ral rrtnlir iiomlnalun', an-l l?d??tii.j lb* union whi'h aaw b-ipmlf Iiabrp-I -Pafo a l HMIMka. lAMKHZ'i ? ? ? Janta U Frwm. | 1 Jom-< V .HAv*?a. i arcflarlfa Aifaa* (aocaixoa. f er "" r?ttn H. Hw?k.-?t, j YOCHi. *KS ? MASR H T ATK < ( <N V KX TH >f? A T U. baa > 1 huraday Mpt Ii ? The Vo in* Men t km< ? I n>nn t lab banlnf ehmt- r-d 'ho *t?ambuat South Amrrlca I far thr i- r of thr d?lega:>? to thta t'oiiTraum. an In- itatlnn ka h?n -v . n-l*4 b- no mhrr? of all Ki: '???*<? an I l? n * -i [l :nba in th? rn? of New V--H tn umtr with th--ra In nak.ii* Old Krw fork the bannar wmnty. Tbe ?tram-rwi;i laara tba foo- nf Spilnu ?tie? i on Wrdnc?d t etfninf, I4ih.l n aoi ll|nti?k. rrinrnlnf. will (rare Albany mi ihiirwlay ?l IJ |". M I ai -> lor tb<> px-nr*i<>n, ona dollar. TlckrU ran bn ?nuiira-t at thr rnonia ot tba rlah, M<) Itro.dany onMo-iday. Wadnaaday. " vhb tviu?7 ?)A(-va FASHION C<>1 R-tR. ? CARIUOK *RI? IV life M ? -*ona ran M bad ?t ibr Truatoa ?*' lo r -at' . paiaou- in thr raraa. Itrnadwar jn<l Ki*IU. sir--. rna So Tet-lh .traat frrry, alan Baat Hroadway M l H m latrr-l alaflaa. 'I rua'rr ataok'a. Ora?apoiai, I- I . aa?u if i a tiraat rerry. SAfRH.-l'KRfOXS IlilTllJO THE fAljaiOJf KA< K mmm dnr.na the *2Tk. J7 'i * m 'l-m- v ?io^. nialnn lij taking tba (draroba* ti?I.AJfD V'TJ| ? "l,lr 1 c2", nrrta with the car* at II -inter ? Toini. lwv?a fullna ia >rkat alls, al 10 A M and IP*, and r- a baa Hit conraa In for'/ minute*. Fat* l? only cant* - *cb way. _____ at* sr-TfAa biq!* "oot'liig^ jrw4fffw n. i. L-rtjMf taeea > ISHttr enun'y ?lakaa. itire" year - , loa, ***?. forfnt, kioo: WTO added by lh" cl it. JlomtM limp -1 Je'-n R. Monnot'a rk. f Unum, hy imp. Triyl? a, itam b? imp. ?'i inn*. 2. F. Morrla' br. f. K'i I'tatte, by Marl aer, mil ol raiMna j, ,tno linn - r a rh. I Klin, kf FAaHH'i* ?\Jt " - 1 r,r> ' ay. Tnaadny, ?ept ember n, four mlla rar-- TWO area I Tint rtur to come oft at Jtjf 0'? '? k :>recl<rl? we?t M; conn'y ?lakea, l?ee year -(Ida. mile hr*ia. Mn'nertp 1. N. It. voi m* ? rh m. Kllrn Ka'oman. hy Imp. tllfnri*, dam by I?I?. Tni?la<- 6 yeara J. W f. Shaw a br rn Mi-< (.l*ht toc*. l-y imp, T i uaU-e, o-it of Yeun* l^i ly L^hifont, S yfi-t. Humi ? th. m. RoMhiti, b? Imp. t'on^rmHon. ilim bjr Aadirw Syeara. Mode* of rrirhtag Uie t t.iir?e -1. Ferry 10 Oraenpoira from Tanlbatreei thf-n-^ by plank *n1 fihell road 8. From W i!llam?bnrf. North Second aftd Fw- a *!i -et? Pen ny Brill#* and -hell road. S. From Willlant.biirf, Bor-h Me rood l-> Rrwion tmaplke plank an-l *het| roat< 4 Fro* WuHamahif* Ma*raM all time* ?. ||nr| MM ferrr, *# > da rna I lo Flii?hlnf. ?. Rtrtiaar lilaitdClty, F-tlton mark-t aln-.to Flnawna Railroad. Adoiiaatnn -Field, W rent*- fr?n I fata ml >l fii.nrter alretch bii-t*^* for ibem--,,. ?m V-n 'r* a ho h* e not iwkw the r ba-i*e? m?y o\- ,, , iit m ,t a off re of lkHX>ttr*e. TfNlH fTRFe-T A M< ( , -. KK *PO! N I li.R,t\ iyjj" r nt iha licea npoa raeMoAwarw ibrj^ i?oj , Wl-i fwpl I .Ui.inj ppt'B IbH fti 'T THE LATEST NEWS. BY MAGNETIC ANO PRINTING T&eGRAPHS, Non-Arrival of the Indl *u. Qcibeo, Sept. S2--1 P. M. Tho Btcamshi;) Indian, now overdue at this port has not yet been signalled from the telegraph station at the River du Ifinp. Sue is over twelve days out from Liverpool. Interesting front Washington . THE PANAMA RIOT AND MB. COKWINB'S BEPORT ? THE CABINET AT THKIK WITS END ? CUoHINO AND PAVI3 VEBSU3 MABCV? SHALL WK ANNEX PANA MA. KTC.. ETC. W ahuimiton, Sept. 22, 1869. Our precious administration continues to be terribly exercised at the coarse to bo taken with the government of New Granaiia, la roference to the riot in Panama lu Ai<ril last, and the murders, robberies and outrages per petrated on American citizens on that occasion. Mr. Cor wite, the Commiisiocer sent out to investigate the s i o jert, leturaed to New York In the steamer Illinois, on ibo 28th of July ast, and oamo immediately to this cap: lal to present bis report. The tlrst Intimation ol his at rival, and of the character ol his report, was made in ihc Hkjmld or the following morcin,.'. I clip tho fallow iig k. ntcnte iron the paragraph in question, to show be w correctly it was then infsrmed:? !/<? (Mr. Corwice) recommends tbit our government iiould adopt decided measures to guarantee protection ,i ibf: future to our people resort. u ; to that part ol the . o'jatiy for purposes of transit or oinerwiso. Wiiat those '^decided'" measures recommended by Mr. Corwineare, I communicated to you ia my despatch of last ?Saturday. His report is very volumnlous, ombo lying ail the evidence taken In the matter. The Graaal.au govora muit charges that the testimony ts export* I presume it is more or leas liable to that imputation? aud very naturally ' no, as there was no joint commissioner on the part of the lVaamenoa to cross examine witnesses, or t j ha at -up ?t timony on the other ills. From the testimony, such ?u< it is presented, it would appear that the riot waa tier n, not by sn American, u thi Granadlau aalCal: furu.an newspapeis a--.se. ted, but by a colored native, who discharged a p'jtol at the individual alluded to, who is 1 nowu iu Caltiornia as Jack Oliver. The tiring Ji ths piii'.o . on whichever side it was, was made the signal? according lo the report? for a preconcerted attack ou the part of the natives upou the Ameiican pasiengers, tsai.y of whom wore reported tc be Ulibnsters en r ut- to Nicaragua to join Walker's rrny. U >s also charge! that the ^Jovernor ar. i aithoritlc* or Panama were cogn /.ant of and encourage! the plot, aart that the qnarrel between the native and tho Am*r'.cau pas-engers was only seized upou as a pretext Tor carry u.g out the scheme. Whetboi this charge be or be not well fivtndel as aja.ait the authorities, certain it n that the) eith?r woull not or could net cfltctually put down th>.* noters until they gorged their appetites for bi >od and plun tar, the polici* t hem: elves sld.ng with tbc mob. The Grsaadlan Secre tary of State, in the communication whieb I forwarded to }ou a lew days a go, viituallf a :.n.u t\ut fact, and pro mires to have punishment talrly dia'.t cut to the guilty parties. Mr. t orwine states in bis report that the new (Jraaad.aa government is utterly power leu to preserve order, and to allord the necessary protact on to foreigners retident In or travelling through Panama Tie Sccrctary e>f State, Sec or I.ino ds I'omfco, does not alt' nipt to dispute that statem?at. IU grace fully acknowledged M, but pleads tiie novelty to the i.ranadians of their prvsett federal system, and thiuks that with some more experience their ignorance may be come enlightened, and that tbey may be converted into respectable republicans. Mr. Corwtne. however, very properly does not think that our citizens ought to be si V j! ctod to dacger during this probationary ara, which might laat an mdetkmle Ungth of time, and therefore re-commends that If prompt reparation be not made far the outrage* already committed, and effectual measer# taken to prevent their recurrence, thlagoverunientetjoukl take military occupation of the lathmm from the A Hants to the raciflc. It Is this recommondatkin? tb? adoption <rf this, tbe only really practical or reliable measure for the protec tion of our citlacna and their property and of the oom nierce between California and the Atlantic Statei ? wl.?< U causes so much trouble to the Cabinet hero. It appears to these Imbecile* to be too bold a stroke o: poi.cy, and one altogether out of their line of business. To be sure, the filibutttro portion or the Cabijet lock, on the suggestion favorably. The rtJoubtable Secretary of War, and the aatute Attorney General, give It their warmest support, and advocate tlie Immediate anno<a t.on of I'anama. They are backed by the whole strength of the Kitchen Cabinet, headed by torney, and tailed by Sd. Webster. But the conservative, cautio is Secretary e?t ! tate throws bts weight in the opposition sea*, la deed, were It not T>r this earns old Marcy, there ia no i a> n g into what toretgn complications we might not ere this have Been precipitated by the other Jacobin men bets ?T the Cabinet. As for Pierc<\ he vaelutes now to. n*vls, Cuibing, Forney \ Co , aud again towards his prtmo minister. He has no will of his own, and chsnges witli svsry breath. It li, therefore, Impossibls Tor mo to say, whether we are to make a demonstration on Panama, and find ourselves Instantaneously at war with Kngland and France, or whether the <.'?'<.? f*r r?t en!', or do nothing |>ollcy which has characterised the I'U rce administration will prevalL la the meantime Corwtne returns to Pana rea as Umt^l Mates Consul, Instead or Ward, whose recall has been <ls mande l by Seuer de Pombo; and horote any definite ac Hon Is taken 'a the matter we will probably ha.-a cens nif ideated the rasult of tho mellclal IsvosUgation instituted by the t.ranaJian government. Indeed, It so. m? but reasonable and proper to await awlllgence tocreof. It la even surm sed tiial the I'rcsi ^ntial elec tion stands in the wsy of action, even ir any were other wire 'ikely to be had. TUs great qimtlon now. after Ksnrap, la, shall wc anne* Panama? I dea t bellsvolt will be dr. I?d pntil alter Mr Frsnv at * In lucUoa Into the Presidential ( hair, n >tw thstan ling JeJ Dav *' motto, ' r..y voice is still lor -/ar " C w.ae ? re(>r.ft Is alto gcUier too long for publication but this deai atcb em i>rae?s til the racta la the caae Mr. Corwtne leaves In the next -learner for Paaama Speaker Hanks ar-d Senator W s- n are bore, mucn t ' the annnyancs e (len 1'ierce sad ' av'j Thi>y -ay they have come 50 Uks pass?siJn of ti e treasury an l government archives. In advance of Brooks Southern army. Major I Vmm. rj tbc United stste* army. Just from the j West, reports everything ^ulet ia Kansas. I >ee patches from Uen. Smith yesterday corroborate the Major s re port. Fh# opinion Is sow general here that Col. I remont will win, and the officials are making their arrangements ac cordingly. Many are preparing to learc on the 4th of March saxt. The Amrrtcan Stat* (munition. R<? Sept 22, H54. The otty It very full of delegate*, tad the OaveoUn a< em* likely to be one of the moet numerous ever held ti the Bute. Hi* North Americana are ?l*o here In eome three. Among them arc Borate H. 1*/ an! Stephen M Allen, aeceilere from the North American Kseeuore Com mittee, and F. W. Wa'lter. C. Edward* letter and U. White, l.raatua Brock* nomination for Governor teem* beyond a doubt, although eome laror tlie nomliatioa of Senator Oooley. The selection of Lieutenant Governor lie* between I yroan (Well, of Livlngatnn, an I Je<iie 0. Imnn, of Buflalo. N. 8 Bunion la m u U ipoken of for Canal Comtniaaioner, if be will accept. Prmi?ylvanla Polltlra. BBnBLICAlt M KIT 1*0 AT tfOBTIIO<lf. Moxtrow, Sept. 21, 1IM. At l?aat flfteen thouaand Fremont men aaeembled here oa 8aturday, being tlie largeet and moat enthuaiaetic ga thering ever held in Northern Pennsylvania. It waa addreaaed by Bon. Wm. .leaanp, Bon. U. A. Grow, Rot. Geo. laadon, George 1? By lea. of Kanuuc Stewart, or Blnghamton, and othera. An immense torchlight pro rea* ion came off la the evening, alter which another meeting waa bald. DBMOCRATIC MKETIKO AT EAtTON. KAtTo*, sept 22, istfl. The democracy of "the Tenth f/f ion" had a targe and enthoalaatlc meeting at ^rondaburg, thia afternoon. Henry 9 Mott presided. The meeting wu addrtoaed by Mcsara. John Van B iff*, IHckeraon, Co'*. Wynkojp and Wriiht, and senator ircxthead. there Vtrtaitlkt MM p. r*'>n* m the grata d. Ai i?tber dMfatch, lMir<jy?r, gafa there wars not orer ftfwen huodrM. Immenee Fremont Meeting tli PhltaiMptih, A kUMBl U Or UIM. JACKbON'd CAMMET KAPUUI ATJMiJ BUCHAWAN?SPEKCH OF D. IS FIELD, ETC. PHILADKUtiJS dept. 22. 1954. A very l?rg? republican meeting wa? i!?td this eveuin & at the Lf ad'iuarterj io I'besnut street. ' Charles Gibbons, C'hutrman of the Stats C>mraittoe, read a letter from the Hon. Samuel XV Ingirtti, formerly a member of Geo. Jackson's Cabinet, repediatiug Bu chanan and the Cticinntti platform, an J la l?70r of Fre moct and freedom. David Dudley Field, of your city, than adlrctsed tho meeting In the following powerful and eloquent speech, exciting the greatest enthusiasm;? Fellow citi/eni or Philadelphia? A cltlxea of Pennsylra eta has been nominated by apolitical party for th<9 of fice of President of the United States, and yet f come here to uit you not to vote for him. 1 do so becouse I believe <hat your fciate pride is subordinate to your pride of country, tbatyou prefer the interests ol tho Union to the empty honor ot luring a Pensylraman President, and bat you would rather wait for a more favorable opportu nity ol presenting a candidate with a better cause 1 shall, therefore, apeak to you of the candidates and tho psrt.es they leprtseut as if you had no other feeling in ret-pect to them than such us is common to citlzon* of all the States. But I shall not cease to remember that I sm epeakicg in this ancient, rich and populous city, aud to a people wliose interests and instincts prompt them to favor a stable government, a permanent poncy and a well coo.MdeKd and regular administration of alUirs The tendencies of Philadelphia are conservative, and I sual', therefore, ask jcur consideration of the question, which U the conservative aids In this contest- It will be nil endeavor to show that Mr. Buchanan and his party rtprcuent the most vio.eat and revolutionary doctrines ei*d tendocc'.ei which have ever belonged to any party in a political conteet, aud that the safest and most conset van ve candidate and party are Mr. F.enont and his supporters. How are you to judge:' By conse quences. What will be the consequent es of Mr. Buchanan's fJet'l.oi ?what of Mr. Fremont's ? By a comparison of thcae you will decide wa:ch is dcetructire and which conservative. I doctt vpealc of Mr. Fillmore, because his friends do cot ?"tpect to procure his election by the people, and 1 tru*t taeir better iTcm m wlli yet persetre the car ger of throwing an ehxtiou into the House o'.' prc'tntatf vrs in tbe present condition and temper of that body, bnd the extreme agitation of tbe public tuiad. the flt/it c3n?p<jn?:.ce of the eiect.on of Mr, Buchanan will be 'he introduction of slavery into the Territory of K uua*. introduc'lon. did I s?y It is already introduced. Tae ef fect ol bis election will be tae coulrmation ol that intro duction. and the firm establishment of the law and condition oi human bondage. Can thore be any doubt of his ' Look at the tacts On the '24th ol Miy, 1*54. slavery was by li?r cxci'ded from I be Territory, it had be?u so exclude! for tour and thirty years. It U uow allowed. Who ts rctpjustble for tilts Who Ut Blare ry is' Tho party which support- Mr. Bu chanan. The y repealed the excluding law. If it had not Ufa for tli repeal, slavery could not have ottered. Whether th?y did it with the intention ot aluaittiug slave ry or not is or little practical importance It' tney bal n > si ch inteuion. and were weax enough to su'ler its al miisicn, i:.< j w:.l still be weak eaovgh to let it remain where it is. To believe that the wo\kaes- and tolly which let ui tbe evil wnl be transformed into Strang* a and wisdom to drive it out now that it ia there, i> ti be credulous to the erteot or folly. If! h?wer<*T, they ha t the inknl.ou ol admitllcg it? as 1 tbitic they bad? is tliire any rtaMB to suppose the luteal: an abaadonei I ; t e u?'i n ,? >n. aau I have never heard any pretended. Ihe public si ta of tbe representatives ot the party give no cra.-eu to expect it. TUe Cicclnnat. Convention approved Mr. Pierce'a almini-trat <>n of ihe government it com mended the Kansas oct, the caa3e of all our troubles; tt carefully avoided any adaiiM'.on that the /-eopie of a ter ritory can exclude lavery, asierting, nsteid. tlAt when iornud u-to a State they may come it to the Union w.th or without slavery. as tbey cboose. Tbese resolutions Mr. BLcbas in accepts and adopts ai hu ore. doc'.tres that tbey a|xal; tor Irtu . that he is no longer a simple individual, out" tii/j n jireaf Ltit. ve of a parUv, and ruiat square HU ror 'net accordi Ig to thi i>attorra or that party inserting i othisg mil taking notomg away The speech or Mr. Black, ol Penns)lvac,a. upon Mr. Buchanan's nom.uation : the aptrch oi Mr.Wiso, ot VirginU, approving it; the letter ot Mr. Brown, ot Miviwippi, written to teconrjeu 1 it, all go to fcliow tbe h^ii*" in whieb toe So 'fti undsrsUed tbe pleiigts ot taeir rand idati*. VYbat aftravatus Ui.s uvil ?i.j nirro..'.j, it pot-ibia. in datger. tb the wic^edneas hy w L .) h it baa lieua aci ?ai;iiisbed. tlavery has ta ttred Kanra.- ti.rougi pout.-ai m.scond.ct, ol which tly hM'>ry o. the world furaiehee tew examples, perddr. de ceil, and r<ntcmj<tot pvbiir opiuion m.sconduc*. in re p^a eg tt\> M'? onri re-itricti ?n m.^conduct In repeal og it "i'iani t a-i wa* I'SS^-eU. snd muc'indjct .n in'.1 "vxe c I < a o: tbe a-t No uew iiv wa* necessary. Tlis law of i?j<> < oniitinu oi tbo Territory; the *4 hi -mi rb'ch attundert the pa* 'if" of tbst (aw had parsed *w?? all partl< i a<^utesrrd, and the public mind wat tier juil. T-? rsreal it was wantonly to disturb tbi public tret (? :itty, to put tbe trcclom or Kaa?a* m peril, uaJ t > war. To an jr nan ot ordinary loreftght. it *Oi. d hare seemed ratdue^s to l??ve a i<ur?t.i>o ao ci c tsji? v the votes ol the settlers neattorod at >a* ?*? frog t .;ra of a border ao<l a dave Mat*, ir the President bat ba ? at m irt aa he could Jo to keep ir:?i parties frem leaving U>e era rowt for the invasion of Cr.Vv bow co'..d be f xp. ct to prevent tb? unruly borderer* of MUxoert won. crossing ao invisible line, wbn tbey aasr. or thoi'glrt dicy tsw, their property tn alaves to bo 10 danger He rompiaus, It t* raid, that (Be borderers ?sd the art tier* bare not conducted themselves aa peaceably a? he intended when In? pressed bis pesre mesmros upoa tboa. Poor man, he is ia lb" condition ol the w.tl ng who threw a spatk i: J on guapowU r. an I thought it hard to be blown up. He knew, or oti^bt to have known, the ma UiaU b? had to deal with. The art of staioi ritansbip is to take nten acd c rcumstaooes aa they irt tounl and .. a witb them w eel}, and be w,o plana or execute* without regard t> i tem ? merely i charlatan. 80 are they a.i who talk of squatter ever r /tut y u a plao of peace. It baa always led, *.ud will ? *aya ead. to agitation in Congress and tbe country. and tocirll war m tbe Territonej bordering upon sia-M Slate?. Th> sooner our people come to this coaclusoo and raal wide tbote pretesders who tb'nii or apeak other h lac,' tfce better Tor ua all. Then tbe aot seems tc have been drawn to deceive the North and ami the boiderera. No term of residence for a voter wm require*. Thin i,_d born generailr repaired in the Mate* *a?) In tbe Territories. lis omlaalon la the Ksn?aa art g;.vw the t>or di rera a cbanco to rote for the Drat Legislature aud tba. I egialature waa allowed to dotorminc w bonbon: I voto at future alectloaa. Then the (iovruor. Secretey, Jud^ee, Marshal and Attorney were to be api>oiniad by tbo I'ra Midt-nt. What a pp.' ou* acheme lor tbe t'eveboMers who bad in tbelr keeping tbe Prceldeut and Cabinet at Washington aud a host of slave owners lu r./i the coaler q os settlements: Tbe sxecutloa of t ie act wa* in bar tnuay witb tta p?rpo??. if, Indeed, It dti net go nirtber. It ia ueetiless now to re through (te detai's of tUe outrages cca[u..!ted on the free sett'ers of Tjiom* wth m hu h the r.-^ole country ring* from thr llia.iaurt to tbe Atlantic. Vb* report 01 the lareatigattlig tun mil toe of the Houa? if P.eprex-nta lives a'<?? Alls n>< -e than twelve hundred pagoa, and as traty more would hardly dcacribe all the raiaulta. ar<oa, rap.ie an<l murdes '.bat have heea * nee eoaaiUed, t > an extent and with aa impunity whicb have ?carrc a parallel in oer day, even .a atruggllng Italy or laourgeat Hunga ry. Iudec<). It rr.ay be aiHrmed that 'hare U uoihing ia the bwtnry ol t'j*? aye more ?hex k ng thaa the atovy ot tbe n?rce, barbarous and uareletiiing war wag>vl by tbe M sour, borderers. It u more ;tk< a cbipver uken from tbe history of the thirty years war, or tbe long and cruel light of the Duke of Alvs agains*. A: :.et'.iar'ju?d? Of all wars ciwll vrara are tbe moat cruel, aad a civil war waged by t lie masters of *lavra to sxtcad aad per jk l ate tkiir own miarule baa a bad pre em neoce, om among Its klpd Wbra the history of this Kaasas war is writtea it w.U be one of tbo goomlent -Jtaple^a to all our ratals. Ciairuat and lear lalimg upoa all, tie town, toe village, ul tbe eolitary d wtllint ia oijual alarm ; the ffcraor abot at b>e plough, an 1 the travaller upoa Ills looe y road? a>cn. w?men and r-lsll drrn stile. nr shatter in tbe Teods, cacaoaaded as If la flercet*. battle, aad fugitives ' yiag from their pursuers by the bUao of tbetr cabins Hrbting op tba horizon? these arc t.H> plcturea la those Tea fnl as I bloody page*. All thrae 1 charge upon that party wh.cb la now seeking to tleel Mr. Buthanaa, or rati-ar poo tbe l?a<iers. for whoa it a responsible, i>y wbote policy It M rated, and by whoa It mu*t' be judged. We j>; Ige of tb?r?turn by the |>aat; we know what haa been \!r -*dy dona, anil who baa done I it. We will cot formite a change agatast all probability W.' cannot expect it wbm it ? amt sren prom eed. Wa would not believe id eft were promised, uaieea a change ini?un'aneou?l| followed H>e promiee. We know that the settlers have set been defended by the federal authorities, but by the samo authorities hav* heoa de prived of the m<%as of b'sfiading themselves. The party baa been guilty of the double crime of leader og them otfeneeteis, and- then allowing 1 em to be pit. ad trad, murdered or driven lata the wIMeraeso. Wo know that the freo settlers bsve been heated down at if they were tatruder*. and that others have aot been permitted to eater. Tbe roade Icadirg into tb* Territory are blockaded How stsvery is ever to be dr.vea out to loag as this stats of thiags Istts, Is more toes 1 cien divia? and that It will last, wbo can doubiv Not oa' j U the motive that has prompted these set* nn< banted, but it will be iacreaecd ia inteneity if Mr Ktwhacaa ia elected. Now, while the North is dai'y Vowing more and more iadignant, there is ev*fjr rsaaon Tor relaxiog In this policy. If 001 relairo now, bow c?o any man Imagine it will b* related when tb? election is over, tbe rbaias faatent d, aad the par.y d?l!rered from any fear of consrqueocesf I repeat, then? I sia.i notl lied in repeatiss? that slavery, which has been sdaitt?d 11 to Kansas by Mr. B*chasan*? party, wi'J never be drlv r n out of it II be is'electid. and this will be tbe first cm rr.queaco of b?* election. The nest coo?equence will b tbe appilcatioa of the slave Territory of Ksnsat to be *<l milted a* a s ave i^te This applicotlan will rnasw th? slavery agitatloa'in its most violent lorm. With a Se nate ia lavor of the adanse'on? w*h ? U?use of Representative* against It. a* the Htus? !s certain to hr? wltli the rresident and all ht? patronage an i nJu >ni e on one aide? the South threaten *>g and wgent, tbe North indignant and sullen, what chance is there for the pearo of tbe country * Who caa isntemplate such a *tate ol ihirj* without alarm Th? spirit of the North will he eserted to m >re than its preieat intent ty it>r all will perceive that thty liava been wronged Tbe Waeonrl ?tri'Sgle coavi.lseo this whole country , bat that was no thing to wbat we abatl have when Kanaas come* with a slave conotitotion demanding admnstoa into the Tnion. ire adrr.itk oa of Kaasaa with the institiHion of slaroev ?h< uM talorally he followed by the admieslon of Utah wit'i her instilniioB of polygsmv Tito Htatof snll-rr. f, es have no more right over sheery than t ? Af

flego. Ait ct tk# Ot*?tag ^tstvi m ?v ? r. ,h i If't vi'M TI1-0 tooord eg t 1 a i.i- . 1, v* i r i.t ?? t?K to , 0i| *4 n a ! 'J t ! ?in v - . dsyof H'? adm* on it might adopt tW nest. Thefeu not a reason in favor of leaving the peoplo of a Territory free to farm thatr o*^ instttutiocs res;>eetiug slavery which doen no ?p ply with Hi least equal lorte m fa/or of a.;o* fog them to fSfiki their own Institutions respecting '??*r rugo. But thrrt are other Territories, broml and rtsh autl.clent lor nova) Stages larger thau some ot the u?>*t pot oat aad poputoa* kingdoms of Europe. Thjfata ot Ait of them will be pit ia imminent peril by the ate of Kan **a and these pa.tr dogmas. If slaveholders taa /e a rght under the co?rtlfcutu>a logo with theu slaves into all the Territories, uiarary exists by law la every one 3 Ciem, and the only rtusioo !or freedom t? the entraucr o setter-. eno^gu to fo?aa a ata!; constitution espeiltn slavery. What likelihood there ti or that will be appt rent from lb- fact that ao Territory where slavery w* allotted, Las trer yet lormed a trse Miisktutiou Th third coomn-jmtcf of Mr Buchanan's election w.U (je th repeal o< alt tedera. laws' whicn systematize or interfere vntti staverr. Among Jbtae is the taw prohibiting tho importat.ew of siwese Tflis repeal u tun uatuiai tod lofca! result of Uis pr.jciota* aad poli cy whtch have j&rerued that part/ 1 a lianas set air ? . The theory of the art .1 that oisgreaa, the common la ? giilature of the wt.ale L'n. :a 1m no i^h* to dscrlmtuate u4ai-1.it the institutions ol an/ part ot 'the L'a.'OS. It th* be rjbt the lawn against the bare trails were wr>ng luily ;*fc?-d aados-gSt to b-j repealed TU<rjcan be a icoaou for prohibH.on the tmpor<*Mi of slave* bui ths slavery is bad. If rt be a goo-1 as 4he Sostb in now bs glnn.ag to mulatto, or If * mimbr ot Congress cannot vote sgt'nrt ifaa bad, Ike stavo tr^tfe sh;>n!d aot have been yrohlbitsd and 4bw.ll now be re opesai. Not only is this the nature! consequence o v<hat is now passing before our eyes, but titer e ara other s-gu* which * care ful ob??rvt.i will h?v? nnt.c.^1 aign-.A-aut of the same result. Mr. Si;de!l, the c:xi3 lentiai fr.ead o? Mr Kucha mi, hao already broi-cbM ths subject in th-? Senate The tendency of the ."outhwn press is in tne -awe direc tion Ttie propotitioa to fei*?al th- prohibition ot Hie Klai ? trade will set ti- s covmtry on ilrs. Tne paM'.ons ttm ?rul then be evolved, tt>> ararire of tome, ths love of power or othere, ttie ahr niciug of pol.ticians, ths appl .ances of patronise the thirst fur offl^e. the insane subrervleecy to psrty will be tearful toconterolats; while on the other bnud, tW moral element* will be stirred to their prof" ndc?t deptQh . w hater or there is of patriot ism at tfce North wtU bs wroetod? whatever o! heroi: do votioa to truths freedom han>r? whatever ot scorn of wrong, and recolve ts rositt tt to the la;it extremity. If tbe Union can ?taud such u struggle, it u eatentiaily im ciorial acd all present fears for it are id'a, for bothisg now or hereafter can put it l)i purtl But suppose a' I l? ws afldcting slavery to b? expunged ficci th? statute book 0! the nat-.ni. what then will fol low ?? it wilt follow that siaves may be imported into any ciate and there bought aa.l sold, whatever may oe its in stitutions; 'or the tederal court* hare adiuoged that no f-iate ran prevent tbe sale of thit property whlci Coi. grea; allows to be imported. Tbe fv?rth consequence of fcr K.chanan'a election wilt be foretjo igi;ri>ssion to pro cue more Blare &aw-a. You in r* the hUtary of the >sttnl cerpatcli. anU that it v. an Imu among others. Vo>] know that its purpose to Simulate thu aominUtrat on to buy C'iba. if po^'.ble, and to seise it B t rould not be bought, for the reason, open an t arowed ihat tUa contim anoe of the island under rta present tnas tors waa dangerous to the slave Stales, be.i'M* ol uiatr stave institutions. To the honor of CbriS'.an civt.izatiM there are lew State paper* which boldly avow ibe ngbt. n^t only of coret n? a neighbor^ |>osteri4tous, b'Jt of robbery, an1 over ail this has a bad pre eminsnc.v It was too mi-cli even for th a adm.clstratioa wrhich di/? Haiai'uiiy repudiated it, and yet the leaoiag s,<oature to, that ptmlciots and disreputable despatch n tue naaf of the ruidi4ate for tbe PresH'^ncr, since nominated by the I arty of this admin. rtrat ^n * \?t onty (bat, but tii,? trmmatiog convention adopted aubatantratly iu doc truer Let t not be believed ttat Mr Buchaasu a-. l':e fc.de lit will iorsw car bis deepaltbes as Wiu^tor at u his ?i-T.araUons ar < audU?t.- t veo that trould mike li.'m v Ui%afe to be trusted. B<it be will adhere to bisdeapa' lies and declarations; he m! not be allowed to depart from them, lor they agree with tho whines and iaten'ions ot Lhtte who control him and his i?arty We are. th-re tore, If be be elected, to hare gggr-'is'on at hom-- ua t abroad? aggresniou tor the propagai.on of slavery? ?g gretsioo upon the tr?^ Territories ? aggression up .0 th-' iieeStatrt. and sfgresstcn upon neighfcor.af rep'ihl.os prok .acos and islands Hi- reoreaecu the rerolut.onarr and aggresstre pol../. Ho is the candidal.- ot change and aggress, on. II ne and li.s party succee-l. aad thsooaequeoces naturally ana to alt human fore*' .ht icev.Ubly lo'low. tu s republic bi t b?s a-?tave repu'dic. and the hopes ot the world in reiipect tu ua and our <.-aam pin are esv.c^ shed forever llw.nj thus cor.siiered its CMUfitMCd ot Ur. Biciataii's tMioa, lM u< turn Ui the other side and see what will be tbe consequenc es ol the election of Mr. Fremont. They will, iu all the p* 1 .cv ars which I hare m<*atl(>Dc?. 4>e the reverse of wl at we ?b( -.l<l have from Mr. Buchanan and h;s party Th-1 rrst effect must b* the lmmedlato dismissal from offlms of every federal o a. eho.der in Kansas wno has prostituted h:i 1 ificc to thepei saruiion of treemen and theeatorceir.cn' it the pre teat! ed laws of that usurping bodycaitsd a I<?^is 'ature. Inffemou* judge* will be removed . a Oerernor ? 111 be appointed who rejects equally tbe spurious laws acd th > sporous l.tgtsaauiethat enact 3d them aad wbo will ct? trol all otibordlaMo oStoom sad taloaae UM porome proos vut?A lor kUegndfftsncM agaial*. those law - II* will order sr. elect on as it none bad takra?lac.e. Tliat e'ectkon r til be protei I. d ?ia n<t inroaaa r -?? Mnaouri, an<t a 1 <-?i lure will be cleeted retlectlng i.ie opinions an 1 wishes ot the people of tbe Terrtwry; and come waat may, tb. Territories north Oi lit 00 must and shall be fre* Ti l* will put things just as they were before the .1* ?rtroiis day of Mr. llerce'a t lection. Tbe next result or Mr. t r? moot's elcctioa will be the purification ot Kvi oti.cs-*- from slave cxtens onuts. A ca m will then lettle "pon the p'.blic mlud. There will be no n.oro a party in ail the Nor b in iaror oltiie eitensioc of slarery. V/e ?hould all then !>tand whe a our fathers stood .a the Kftvolution, and 111 th? g-wt day sucoecdiug, regard mg slavery as a sectional jutitutiou, wnich ttie In ('iriOi.al states should cotitr. 1 ?* they ideas >d, bt; ?vh; ?ti mi.it not bo extended. There w ,11 be no attempt to if si?e the ela\e trade; no atte npta to get 4av?<ry .aio the UrrdorWs; no attempts to west C ba by 1 .rca, la order t;' sake more slare .-tat t*? noth.ng of ail tti;s stt.ie reptbbc will go on .n its ardorly course as ol ctd, ac cnrding to the prior p'es of .H founders Cist ? are t Ul Ibere is danger of disunion. From what 'tuarler 1 wouhl s-k. Irom the South, r/e are told. Wiy shot-Id they separate from us ;a the event ol Mr. ' <0 n-oiit's election W.'l It be l>eca ise Kaasaa is made aga n a free Terii: ey Ihen wby have they net isrolted any time these 1.1 and thirty years siai r t'.-a (u'-i |susrd the law lhcl Kansas and sit tl.e Tor i. torn- * north of U8 80 ahould be forever free We are only roiiirui-f to our former tut*-)* (he did way. Will ,t be becauae Mr. re moat la elccted' Hut la lid IM aoMtttuMoaaUjr electee H It hecn'iae tbo PaeaMent ooU lice President are ^?tii I row llwfNl8UI?ir This ha 4 bajpenod before. Then I* it because Mr. Fremont la e acted by the fwe Staler' Are we tten to understand tUal tue S-oulh will autm.t t> ao President whom they ha? not voted for. or unleash* tin the electoral vote of ?me Southern *>iat. rt'?t n a t?w doctrine. Suppo?u >h?re were elerlorU ticket* tar Mr. Iremout In every fathom State, but ,u aoas of tbcm he should net a .i?ior ity. May tb? whole :?-o> tb re. palliate b.m lor that. \<aa tbere ever aayt'uog ao ab ?art What are Mr. Fremont ml hta party aesim* Sot to Interfere w:tb aay Institution o( an/ .-Haio. Not to aco mpltab *dv;)Uh j by violence or Irani. They arc reeking to dofen I Ue ^a?t, to couscrv: w'iU la uxl Uaa Iwen since the ropub x ?aa fotrj lod, to aoatca from ?iavery what It baa c niched la <leaa:i:a of loaaeaei oi constitutional rglitaa.t loeg established pelicy. will the -outhcrn Hatee revoU fbr tbla cau?> Sever If they are determined to . a o4t a pretext will atver be watting Just cauae for t ihsr* la none, unleaa r. fce a -uat uuv to <!(> that tb i h h\? aluaya tieen done Ul. U >e o*jan> ty of ibe present adnva'atratlon fell npon ua. If revult la ever m come, let raaia new i we are heuir prepared for it than we a ball be when slavery and "uorder nave crept latoall the Tur toriea: when the a!*iw tra-l? * nourish irg. when alaves are sold la all our markets ihrongbo .1 ihe frceBlataa. aa well a* the ala.e; wbea war with H|*m ia r - 1, ug. ?>t Culm, aad oar r *JsU una with KngUn.l and Kranca threatening; when .he Presidency la ia the hand* Of a aaaa whe-e organ it C'iaclnaat declared il at In arn&raliea Penatylvanln w uld go with the -tenth. B'.t why laok oa that pictirt It ia portly imaginary ?atataara revolt ta tmpoe?ible. Hevait lt??ll la moat itn probabirt? the fear of it la dlagra JUl. The Mate* of this l ain are '.xraad together by baaia whtefc no man mar break: ">y the grew centra! ri era aad the everlasti&i i - of ita cnataia'ng mountains. Tha mill ?na wh > :e tbe ??b .?of Ihe Misiaalpi*, the Missouri, tboOli.c,, and thalr tea thoinan l tributary water* will aixl muh eottrai the delta at the gulf, an 1 '.hcae miiUona have hi t to apeak to the peo|>le eaat of '.^e AUefbaalts ami weal at the iarrae and aay " Be atll! -1 Voo have I hu* j ? r choice fellow oltlrena, bttwesa Buchanan, the aggret aor, the *lav? apoiogiat and extMMoniat, wbo pe^?el .-ora one j aity to Ita antacon.at. c.lev.o| in both, an I la tow grown aid In office, and K rinwit, the conservative the conqueror or California, tbo explorer of wuat *liv. yet be our great highway aed the true road to indlA. toe will cbeoae between fr^Moot aa i free lorn aid R t chaaan and atavery Mty your rholje bf< wortjy of that groat c omaon wea tb wkl?b Pean IbutMked, to viblch he aet-ieathed hla ptarefol aad conretvr.tive >sUwy aad upon which he iaprea td hia laiinorta) nam';, ?William Moran prod ded tha electHw of t'<c 'Jn.'-a Mate t rket by 40,000 major iii'. Mr. Cballa, ol Oh a. aald the people ?f Ula Bute had been cbcered by the ^ari tiding* that Peana/lvaala would give her caatiag vote la Uw approacbr.c clect.on for Fre mont. Oh'owaa 'ooklnc anxloualy toward ? renaaylva n a aa tbe battle itol<l of the Preaideucy. fie aald thou aaada of cltlteavat tbo alava States wore aleo wiahlng Ihr lurceea for FrtnaoBl, and weuld hail auch a result j?f fully. Other areaiare Mlowed, and Hte meeting adjounied ? ih hearty ^heara lor frie soil, free apeecb, freemen aad Fremont. 1.?m* ?f C?? Engllth Nail Mlramrr Tay. New Ori?a*\ Sept. 21. 1S&6. . Ihe* mil Memmer fcy was lott near Lope* U)*u?. mi ihe SOth of Anjnut The mails and the i aeien f*r* **<l erew weea eei ? ' De*l motive Hit at Boatmi. ? Botn?, Sept IK, iSM. ? Tlo FmI Fneloa nc?n flouring MiM. located on lbs whuf ?dtoiti'i Ihe ferry on the Kaat Ronton aide, were t early, deet re) ?<l by fire ebortly aft* aooa In day The fen wee ? ' ?n "* A** *' " h1**, end of great ex i . v. ,o " ' ' i ? i> ?rata. tfc-e *i*. i ? , fintdent Plerct and the Cltbiiur trf Con* cord. Com'oni?, N. A., Sept. W, 1818. A Urgt meeting of citiaeM to night, adoptei ft resolu tion by (our to one, UuU it la expedient to tender 1'real dsnt Pierce ? pubt.c reception, oa hU coming to V*i*;thte c.? r Thi KlurMt ?t Utraunah. Savasjmh, Sept. 21, 1856. the ? C p Floriil* ftrrired here oa Saturday. IUrtwU> FtllJ.AU3l.raiA STOCK BO ACID. htlMDIiiUA, Sept. 22, 1856. Stock* l3*rer. Pennsylvania Hv?* Sa'?; Heading Kail r)*d. 43t ?? ; Long Railroad, 1^\ Morrla Canal, I*Wiu97!v*an.4 iU.V.tnd, 4#V MWOW.W><, Sept. 22, 1S5<J. Cotton ntrW tiucfcftneej. dai?? to day, 1,900 baloi. at XV l4c. a l~>jc for inUlaing. Ac jounu of tae crop are Bcarraliy unfav:rable ov? c; todnnrth ano at>rra*. Con arierably lew ihi*?n ftTera^e crop it anlieipatod. Corn? Via'srn whit<\ tie. liar-*, ta kt'ga, li'^c. Ireltbt-? Cot.:a to Liverpool, 7 lots 4., ani to Havre, lc. Weath er n.'jtmj. C*w. 2-i? 7 P M Flo ir Is (jul3? W"K?t in far deini-vi tHles 15,000 b;;she'.s, at 49 lor white Cacvi. an aaJ ntichigaii; il 04 for red Ohio. to arrive: a id #. 20 for' v'tn-ago spnug Corn ijnitet. r.ak* towns In twenty fosr hoarf, u;? :o noou te -toy ? 7i?0 bb'.-<. '-'our 4. ,340 bushcio wheat, 10, ? 4.'0 bus-eio corn. 7,?4*lmshcls barley, atwl 4,2#<> b'i?h <*l?r\e Caaal eaoorta, ta sans? t nr? t,2j>J bbls Hour, 07,t>?o bulfceis Wheat, it! 17.ei)7 b ithbit eo-a. Alrmiv, i<ept. U. 1868. Sales of 16,000 bu .heli white Canada trheat at $l 89. Bane)? 51 2j for two ro-aed, and Si 2> a fl -3 for four roaed. ttf*s 15,000 bwUfl!. tor Ohio, aoii 45c. fo.' Chicago !-'alci 2,000 bu?hc'.s B"vr*">. !-opt. iii, 18J8. F'ourCrm. Sale* 500 bb: ? , at #6 50 a CI W tor cho. ?? Jo "5 for be*t I'td ?*? Wheat tavers tho buy?r. Sales C.i/ JO bushes at $1 12)'. for Chicago "print; Corn tlrm aud unchanged ."iale^ '.,500 buhola, M60c.ft.lMt. Whiakey, 3Cc. Canal fr? ibts du'.. and uostttlod. Receipt) in the tort) tijhi hours up to noon to d iy, Sf 740 'obis. Hour, and 12.' ,*42 bushels w'ueat. Canal er.porta, '.aanrne time. 1(9,741 bushels wheat, 90,400 bushels ccru, 10,740 buehelh oa?<>. 8,300 bushels rye Bt ! palo. Sept 2 A- -7 P. M. Klnur ciobet d'. '.l~Sa'.e* 809 bai? ut S&bC a to 'A, choice i'xh.gHu; $6 02 a S'> 75 beat extra Ohio and iiui ana. Whi'nt <1u)l; hales 12,000 b'.hiiL'la, at <1 1J Civicftga "P.-'fe", $1 27 red M.rrigan, 91 40 white do. Corn cloaoi dull: hales ?0,003 btk-hcla. at 50c Oftts tlroier: sialea 21. (HO bualc-lft, at SCc. Carle) lower eaic* 25,000 bniu eis, at #1 -2 'or ttate. C'aual tr.cghis to New Vwrk luwor. I oj n It 1 sc. a 1 7c , w heat Vic Itece pta in the tawuly four boorj up t-> n outo day. 8,223 bbla. tl'-cr, tW,0o7 b??hels, wheat 12,760 do , corn, and 28, 1189 d}., oats. Carnl etprirls In r?me tinie ? 101,089 bushe'.3, wheat 71,824 uo.. coin, aan 22 40W do., oau. Cuu;.Ki'i, Sjpt. 22 ? 8 T. M. Wboftt? '...ttip apec^lfttitre demand. SnipmanM t> ?;f. lain HO, Coo buabela; and to Kin?stoi> 14,100 dc. Coru unchanged? Vi>mer.ta BuiUlo 12,500 bmbels; ;nd to Oswego 10,000 do. Irc.gbtj llrm? loc, tor wjeat to Duf fab. IMPORTANT FROM MEXICO. Claims of Cii|Uiiil Against Mrxlro-Detpttcb of a British Sqivadron to Enftorcc Thnn. Ol'ii U.kYA'A COaMMtrOMPBMCM, i Bitmh, Sept. is, tsrfc Xtvijro* Mcxic' ? Tkrcotmud AUmcl of G-toi BrUvvion Ihe K 'i iiWit ? Th* ty frtdij Flrtt in be Asumki?l? I'lrct Ci t; tile Bloika Ud Iff England? H iumvfthe Gocc; m>r Omrral Whi st the I'o: Iff J gtetM m*;l M'umtbip Phasdelohi* was ret in tbh tiultsr on the 1.IU iut., (and b jr w'.itch thip I wrote you), the "Jewish screw steA-n corvette ar iUi g .tii and 133 [io?<>r, arr. ved from VSra Cruz. It ?u art, however, until lome hour* alter the HiMadelph.x bad ieli tfaart the object ol Uio Tartar's , k.t ?ai made public. ale proweda Itnied atoly, I understand, to the va- aua torts oftbU ataticc. ai which tbe ?bip? of the British I'aet a'tr known to rendezvous. going Or si lo Bsrmuia to col Itct together a sufficient force to awe tbe govcrnmffr.tof U?j to into a compilacc* with th<- demands of Great CVi Uia? tbe pa/meat of a 4ebt cia.mei to be due to Br Hub kubuecto by Mexico. Ibe Biilub M.wut*r at Mexico, Mr. Ixjyle, baa, report ?a>?, demanded bis passport*. a- 1 It U also reported tbat if, a pea tbe appearance or (be Brittoh ileat on Vera Cruz, to* demands of Ore at Britain aac out complied with, then ? r-rid blockade of tb* eluef Mpi.au l>orta mm h? aoforce I tor ill with. Tfce commerce of (<*? I'nitod Mates ac t Mexico i? ct?o extensive a character as t? >Ust r.v tbe taterfereoco o< the lormer, at least aa a :*e I ator in this manor. Mi xico ! No xooner baa tbe shaken ofl a tyrant's chain* and iboae of the l.vfjarious, graap'.ng Roman Catb?iio church, tban tbe Fx-oprm roarers come down upon Uer lo enforce tbeir c'sians? claims wblcb, ns Joctl, are founded on justice, bat wblsb the generosity cf tbe claimants might bv.? Induced tbim to wtbUc'd en forcing until time bad enabled tbe preaent govcmcejl ol Mexico to hare restored to tbat country a pert! on of tbat prosperity t'^t in other days was hers. Etik as these European Hcwcfi do not appear to posscta r.ught like cbivalric gen *eaity, it ia aeauredly the Ju,.7, as It ought to be tbe rieaaure, of tbe I'aJtod States, us the "next friend" ani toe nearest neighbor of Mtx.cs, pas teasing both Mtftasaee and po eer, to stand forth acd pre v?nt tbe old nioaarebios ef Europe from cruah.rg to tbe earth a republic which, If permitted to pass ita prosant perilous poall.oa, will present to mankind in coning ages. as do the Jailed .Slatos to tbe generation ol thl.i day, ibe glorious s,j ,'it ol a powerful cmntry oboyicg ta own jiirt laws, govarbing itself, witbout a crowned kjig or queen to rule or tyrann./.? over it. I roper'., it It the duty, ai it ovgju t > be tbe pi .nit ire, of tfrq I'n'tcd states, to ttand fortb and prevent Ms (tco from be.ns blotted out 1 r?m amoiitbe nations of tne eartb. I subjota vi extract from tbe last report cT tbe Mcxioan boadbeld^rs, which will abow the oat a* of ttioaa claim ? lutjimcril rg?tia|al tbe boo IboMwrs oa the 1Mb ?iwii laat, yov roniratteo hr.c attll hot' to it, ugg'.e W: b the tryin* riKcoaUncM ccnaoiuent oa Uie <a*t pul Jual revolution t- Mexico. am] the aatnc coooJe laliot a *h.ch ma<le it ur.jMvi.taMe to [ reaenl a f-rraat r? port la tba loat meeting have operated to dela?, f'om time f t.saa. tbe ceovo- V ob ot the pr-jMnt ooe.' There mnat, V>wevcr, fee a I -?.t li delay*. nui tbM g onera! meet ig ol bondholder" iiaa therefore leen calle ' ;o on aMe nt c.immltteo to ' ? before tB> .r 3cnatit"<-cU aomo acco-isl ol tbe actual > UUO M their affh n. i$o tho laat com rtxaae and rc odjuitment of Ui* ?U ' \ egtllaed by tho deer*e 01 14th '> tober. I ( >0, at l tt.a uoiboldrr* a e jiUmko of it on tbe 2.'.d I atcmbrr ?n' Qviog, eleven ha:." yearly dtvidec a bare beuomodso. o' only Ore I ? ? Wn pai l. ?ix, thotc si the '.at .laai >iy and lat Ju'y, l?it lat .itauary and lat J iy, 1 i.i lit January rat Vat July, !?'*, reprea'aUn-; an. kg grn*to amount of 'J. ?1T W I M . in l arc ovordti*. A if. "nth. falling d\ 3 oa tho lat Jaruary next, aid a?e'! ing tba amount I arreara on \he current .ntoraat to jlI.u:1..'73 8* , *'ll Hun be ad let to Uiem, bectaao the ftm'xtt at the Flrajt ul I a^latd '.award* too p iyaaoot of tba sett divider It* a* yet oolj ?^0,343 '2*. #d ? ?163, ? 41 1 5a beltg i nquired, and beoau*e there .? no |%oep*<:l at p: eteot that Vk? remittances will reaeb Uie aaoatnly average atoounvof H JO.OOO A iring Uie na_t Ave mouth*. Tbe rereou'a. which, i>y tvj? third aocUxi of vtlclo II. cJ tlie decree ot 14th Octobe-, IBM, are '-spociajly coo >tgned " for 1*5# jaymfot of nlereat on tho ?obt. at tbe rtdticed rate w three per .eat per anci.u, are, however, ?ore than rodent for t' M par pom). A publtcotloo t>y Mr Olaaagtgro, tbe lata lexicon Vfiuiator of finance, baa enabled t6-? ro-nmlttee It *aerUin t'atc important fact be >ooJ any Isuhl. A coup, lat 10O of ib-i official data which it conta at, beat ing on t> ? p? int r J'l bo toned in tbo ap poodix N> '2. Tboee lata reier U> tbo twelro moot ha Irom tb"k lat 1 ly, 11 > in .?itli .1 .?e, lKM.an'ttba pro duce of Jie rtveom cr <ror>d St .> riaco in rcoaod. Tl^? iwing tbe ra.r, and art lo til. of thedejrae 01 14th (vtnUar, 1*50. cor, 'ernrp the right on the bondholder* to ap|K> ot ageota at 'J? Ci ?t?>m Mouner for the purpoae of ng tbotr ptXioo ol tbo dubca u soon ao collected an it-parate)!, uere would aectt to bo complete aocurltj lev the r?car joymeoto! tha dlviden la jfome explano l<ia of the eoc.fto wbicb bavo reodored thla oocorlty to i i,,ve Will, Uwe'vre be MNi for from tbe oomm tt?? lh? re ia no doobt thai tbe appointment of agento 1 ? tho Meaican Cuatom Rc >*ea loca throw rlaka and ctHiiim on the bondholder*, from which under their bon i, thay ought to be alu^ether oempted. On thai accost, and partly o?m| to tb? heavy Ion auatained by the failure or Mr**r? Maun ng and Ma> otnah, opinion on U>j auoiect of exmtung tin ri.bi waa. durtrg the flrat year ait.-r the re acjuatment of the debt, ko much divided that the e* per *>r?i ol leaving the responsibility of prevtJIng for the l?ymrnt o( the divldeda entirely to the .Mexican govern ment. was tried. It proved, however, a .'a I'. re: and, in Iwcembrr. 1IU1. It Vname nereeaary to ra<<rt*ag? tha ravcnuca of the bondholders to Mc* rt Baring Brrtheri and Co . lor the advance of MOO, 0C0, to pay the divide*.) due on the lit of January, iMi. When, In the autumn of 1*65., the revenue* a#ain reverted to the bondholder*, the committee look upon then??e.\e* Is appoint a.enta of tliflr own in Mexico, an I the genora' meeting ol b<md bolder* of tbe Wtbof January. 1863. passed a rtaohilton ?an< t.onm* ibat measure, and authorising the committee to e"?'<;r til* #\p*??ea mcoiwtry for cairy,ag it mu ?| rU huZ in the flr-i tnslanw In many of the kjs mportait Meltcan fort*. part>?f *? r ot alwaye to be found to whom the a a em- y caa satisfactorily be entrust* d. and who are at tha aamo time willing ?o accept the cb*r?#. |a aucb potta, a* ? general rtile. th? Mrtran go, eminent appe^'H*"*" II " '< i****? ibe Iw>n t barter* ?*n i?ih?o "v 1 ? ' " 1 b*r-n u, . *? in Gui'tlU ?! Acajclra xppeopriat. re- by ?h? Merl-f. (orernm&Lt tf the r.-vcnu* tv-s'^ned for jKy?rnt of mtn rant on the debt ha\*s, 'or the hut ilirn or four ymrw been ntade to he asce-rtaiued amocnt o< about l.MT.MW dollars, aid oar agOLfshuVj j"V>ved powevlnskryruvta: this. J'ina'ly Pich control Li the agents did axe-rctse. ?M arbiliwiU pet ao cud to two yeara ago by tae circular order oftb.r 'ttnurter of Fit-aoce to tut? aJiu.>*trator* ot the custom ifOMhOH dated 1.8th Mareb, li&4; a Ad oa the establishment at the uew Bo wd of PnWie Credit last >?* r. the duty of rcse: ,'lng and ren>!tt.ri|r rap revenu.,1 01 tar bondholders w.vi exclusively resign ? M that bcn?d, ant tbe admiiiiftrato.'a of the Ciisrtoci HO-wi were, on tb 6th February laA. oxpruer<y crderel ? pay <>vrT th' proii ce ol thuse r-TBiiuw ti> the sai?l b rmrC. a 1.1 to ?? cut> else I'nder that order o?ir i*ents it' is wre in June last, actual , .v>mpellod to repay ?i arnouut or i7,as:; '.'0 which baa ?>?jn ham! a o/er tl tbem f>y th? ad-jfliiiislrator of that ."Intom Ilduse The Coanra-ttod have, directly a: t*i! a* through ttiesr eu<r?**ive c?>niniis?iton<-"''n Uoxtao. r?HtonsU"*!te4 agatao". then? 0 pen violations o! : nlcitlll. oi tit tfecrwval the 1 4th ol (?rtc,jer, 1650, ard i.wt'ng JCr. Oil rUort mrw ol effia; they had a fs.r pros^tn ol rt<x vwingi-Vwr r.ghn o^der t!tst ei-rtie'e; bi.t 1-' rwf(|utfc * C tb* cIi*.i?im which subf?eq%entiy oocu.feil mm i>.v*F??t ,iM *gato vaciabod. Alter l.M' th'.- Vwu:l.f>Mer> vr',11 aot b? <eatly g j-prir<Ml to Itaru tfc-t? do jayraroi ot ; -.e prrsluc* o. 't'ue.r revenue* h aa been itiitle to ibem in \ f\ Cm* ?.at? ?ue .jib of tte comber la*:, uone a Taupico j.itce rae 1Mb ?' November, an<! that, v. ;"J tl\C exception ef soae a??' casuallf recovered toy "Be a*em?. is the p"?rtw of ?fc? PactCfc '.heir revenues hav :, tor fa* lattiji" boa 1 wfcollj ooa Ofcatcd under Ae auu?or:;y or as arbitrary *puu.-t nu 0 T the payment of a?t iri^aroeata c rt tia r-.M tinea ot ;h<? republic. The tailure o.' 'J.? seturit v pro; ' *d 1<* the 1 flrmeut of the divideiils bj* :iie decrveot Hu Oft"^er. 1 ;.?0. in<tat. therefore, fcc w hs'.iy atsrribed. first to tl* im ?* .*<ipuioua violationol them.tr! tmiuno fojfa/;. ften* on thjrpart ot the Mexican Rov<rnmmt and ?etc>r..'.?V tfltbr <1> *ult*i? ?nd delay* in the a (f of ailnrninx 1 fl p:T)*e. rt.J ? *0 Uu property and legal r ;fcts <( llrlUsl) ?-b'ccts1 abroad. The committee d-vr'.t r? tbia n/ /r??'a^)ry i.at? tt thiupa in tbeir report or rat l&Ui 01 i. y, MBV, pac<w Il ls. It bat>, aa will be a~* from the ^recci ng aajtok. .^itirc *one on Irom be4' to worse uod t!ie;? have t#Ma fully rvprei-euUd the -iUt'n- to the J ,:W 01 iClarendo*. and prcposod a apeciliC -cnaedy a^ain^t Qa p^rpotuailoa - ol tbo grievous wrjnfcH niKr whub tu y art* BJflorujj. The j a:e very bappy to', t a?le to aid '-hal they havo been met by hit lrrd.shi;> -.v th a cordial T^c?nl.?n to aa utt tbt- bondholder* t<> ao.y iwmrticable ex >1*. that Uiaf* enti'rtaiii taoguino expo ar.oan tlj?t tue :-i*a jmbmittw ?oL.tu will U^aJrptod u:vi can oJ Into t'TSclp and tba" th! will place unot-r cow - a; aa the a.csr^y for tb i-epular paynunt ot the .dlvideud.', wiucb -be tlecraw 14tb (Xiooer, 1850, conferred !>u thooi iu coiarfa.**tiOQ enormous i>ac: Uico?, and tiros restore the \ a*ue of tli r bonds . In order to save time, and to lscl'.itate the t~6r U wl. o ato bring made for tuis pnrp,8c. a reoolution ?.HI b# - uutirj to the present inuet.ng, invcat:ug Cba lot W bead K-q , with lull power >0 conclude an rgreea- a with the Mexrau goverement, witling the mod; tf ca leg mto cQact article 111. of the uccrec of 14tt. Oetoi ?> ItsfO. The matter wblrb the committee, consider w aext >a point ot impirtancc ar.d urgecvy, is tlia rocaverj o? tb.' acroura of interest on the bono*. The annexed return from Colour! Facio of tile nia'e nf tbe poo version, on the IStb uli.mo, ?hows that b.tlU.Jto ot tl:e old bonds have, up to tbat date, been convert*! and tbat Vi9 IfeO are still ouiatanding. A new taiiQ of moderated (lut '.n was promulgated m Veaico on the 3l>t January last, to take erlect from tbai date In principle it is quite clear that a mortgaj(?i rev en en ought not to be thus dealt w.th without the otu sect of tbe inoit#agee, and that such ctnscut ought b.4 to bo giver without obtaining a sub^tant:al guaraau? agaiost any eventual (ismage ttenee aristug. (dee C >ua mittee'a report of '28*.b 1 ebrnary, 18l>6. pp. 13, 14 ) But ot ruch obligations the Mexican government takes no count, and tbe bondholders have hitherto been wttsoat 'bo meana of enlorcirg a due regard for their rlghta Ob Use present occasion, however, thiy are not likely sutler any damage. The import dutiea In Vern O c under tbe new tanlT. dur:u(( tbe tbroe flrst m oaths ot is operation. (February, March and April last.) aoaoci M* to $907,1111. During the ?am? tbroo months in 1M1, iSfi* anil l?5*. tbe same uaties at that port amounlos u. *..l!/,000, #577 8t0 aud $5?itf,iC0 rcs|iecti vely . Tt.ere to, therefore, tb'i year, au appumnt increase ol about 40 par cent n the import duttes at Vera Cruz. Tbi< may partly I'o ow -g to acr lectal ctroum stance h . but. be ug so lart*, tbe inftreuce J that it is. in part at least, attributable to the operation ol the tie v.- tariff, which thus wooM bd U to work very bcncliclally lor the >i'veniie. By two decree* ot the 31st or March last, the Keataa po vera me tit has assumed an " intervention " to tha ad miul?traik>n ol the erelnnitiitical properly In the diaaaot ef Pnehla This, cf course, en eon nte red considerable - ppotiticn, which outy terminated with the deportatlaaa tbe Htabop of 1'ueOla I at< ly, tbe exeaemeat which t caused soema to have subsided, and the " interv eauoa ' decreed ts actually be:ug carried into effect. It tba measure stionld ?ucc?ed, nod snt>sequentlv beeitaiM to tn<- eocle^iast'ea! property In tbe rest of the republic, I would affjnl the r? adie?t. and at |>resent the -nly lai aiately ava'lable meana of restoring the Mestoait Unions to a btgbly pi o*peroiis cuodlllon, wltbout infiietlng say I ra< i.cat .ujury on th? clergy. Amei lean eatinsaMa ?f tbo nnnoal rtvtaue of ecclesiastical property in Mexico fm it down at from *IU.O?O.OUO to $l*.0fio,o00 at the Usst ? ?a iho?.e e?t'niatc* it would toa-c-ely i>e sale to rely? bai " ' '"'a Hoi a. In bis " COras Vue'tts Parts, 1W7 ? . h of the ret?KV .?"*SS?t'e data, tbat the n>w?. ated In 163K to $7,41>0,'iM, ant tbat the vafiflffll Umii property waa lio n ralcu'ated at SKV.IK'JM, ?f wtiub *l?i?,r'l,k!W were productive, and tiO.OUl.IlM ua - pruiurtive. lie also Miow* that the whole annual ex iwnrr of the eeeleeta* Ileal eetabilabment of the r?t>ubUa may be defrayed with St 889,200. Now, to provide (or this lattar 1 ha*ge. aca^lta' of 991,' 748, TOO tunned at i>er rem, would sutr.ee. *h.oh wouM leave the government wltn a balance at >1t,41^,7M o* i-erlvstsstiral property, turependenl of th? notattoua la ereasr In tti value ?tnce 1W2. (hi the other band, the public debts of Mexico, vtx :? K tre gu debt lKiaitstlc do 40. 000.000 LHplcaalk conventions ll.UO.Mt Amount altogether to tlQX039,91S whtrh rntatis an annual charge of >3.1)33, 3(95 oo ibo Mad can tli.an.-e* With 981.416.764 at ita dHpo^al, thare is lot the leao*. doubt that Uie Mexican gnirernm<<iil migh; tedeem tba wntie ol ibiH-e debts, ami alter having done so, still re tain a ?ur| us ofiomn conHideration tortlw CoastrucUoo of roaits ard other public worUs. The first (uuerfletal view of the matter will stiTlce ta d rert ibe attention ot tbe bond boldrrl to the extreme importance of tbe policy wb.oh tbe present Mexican go verrnscnt has Initiated by Ibe decreet c> the 31sl Mareb last. f/vxiso Kr.vn. ? The fourth paragraph af article 2 of tbo decrie of tbe Ittb or October, 1M60. a??a ? " Ourtjg tba t. ret nx years Ihiiowmg tbia adjustineas tbe si rplus only ot tbe a?al|nmenta (if such there be) abali be ap: Led ta Toim a sinking tund. Tbe delay ba-^g expire.', tbert ? ball be remitted annaaliy to loniton ,?<> buu.tr >1 thoa i-aud dollars tor Uie redemption nf t! ? bonds at their cor rint market value, peevlded that it >e aot ah r a par." Tbe <ommtttee will aot rail to ermine attent ?* of tbe Mexican governaieM to this stlpon ,*a taking 'Act IVoat . tbe 1st cf January next, with a v.^es of some pravutoc being made for its ialfilmeat. At dusk last eneaiitc a F pasta... war stoar #r was stg nallad from tbe Waro it waa tt -k.snbel Seg' ada. bavtac. on board bia I' *?l!?ney tbe V-j^uea do Is .fabana, tba Mar'ioesa. and tbeir daigbleii. ilia Kxe ^iieney landadb about nine o'clufc. Aa he e; arid tbe i* *ce the baa4 played tbe na.aooal march. Jad It not ??en n'gbl, wa ?bould, doubl a*a, have bail %gisnd dtitlay. as t*. waov ibe band ccaoa aed perl or Meg until ten a Clock. ' ?looA ol leaving o. , as usual, at atae. ( Ity Politic*. DEMOCRATIC NOMINATIONS. Ait IK" ?f?? ? The Nu itl n| C>DSiltw< o! Itq V.ral, Tu rd, Fi"?, Seventh, IUU, KleTcnth, Thii waalfe, W tccnth, SereateeBtb, Vneteenth aiJ Twenty daal warta, appoiaie4 lor the pur;aae of putt at A dcr~Baa>c candl catea lithe neid, nv.l at the'r riapectiTc hcad]tierUM ia*te-. asing, and erjoatored to Jo their Jut/ to their rcn?t taenia una thi ilemicmilc party, as wUt be aeaa rroir ihe anaeieri of nom jaiioac? Waii \ Win. M. WiH?. 3 f.. ft urte. ? a. Ho'mir*. T Tinman t iuit, ? .... flntomci Bajiia 11 Jee. R. * aera. 13 M. 0. Hrt^MMl, IS So aaai aaliae. IT *?? Jo. 1? do <1?. ill A* iir? traaeat. Mim *i i u>a<x a ?Ib the Wewalh ward Aadrew J |jarkM>i* H running I* Aldrrmaa, m. the primary elea t on ajaum, and in >j?poe>tion lo the regular nomaatMa Cm * ii??n ?In ufc Twaaty eighth A*w M, Km ry Colljer receded the ooai letloa. Ih the Twea?y ninth it *?J awarded to ImtI-1 Hogg. In f ortj a^veaUh, i, i, B A. Reyn<> J? recr vei the noakaatiaa. In the mty ?cftatU, Mmcra ?ieB!eli waa nom naiad. In Ihe Twea it < fth. v'au!fl -'a. k -en waa nominated n the K?iru>eoUi Aaaeaab'y italrtct. Or. RN B Bradford receited the nom nation Mr Wepiah. D. Ohrtlaer tea alao raeera.< the nomtoa i on ib tha diotr if by oa* aect*m ot the deaoc. atla party. i ih?im Omtwwr, Fx- mat* wa*i>.? There waa a ?yM a the ward the ant Won4 i.? ty got poaar a <>n of the regular n?arter? ? the l'at?a Hotel, corner oTfweaty ir<?t atreft an.', ihiM art, mm ? and the Wigg party i or ale J thataaalvee at John ?<eoghe<aa a, corner Tweaty ?econ J lira*! *ad Seconi ayoaue. Hraat tear m ?bowa at tha Mm of thera bfitaf two democratic hohet* la tha ward which wa-jld gtra Urn election to tha K. Va. Tho act; Woo J lotkvi aeat down to thai r oppnn lata asid requa* i d a parlay, and three of each committee were thoaea ta <?e? Ida, if r.oaalble, oa a fuatro It wu HimVS aria?#*! ' bikt Iftrea memoera of each committee ahouid meet aa I MM lor a ? hartar tlchat. The rottawke| u the faaa? * Char maa K?r?' ???*?, !W retary Jahn A I y'?bool Oommtaaioner. laid o??r . !?( hooUnapector I Krhool Tni'tf ? <