Newspaper of The New York Herald, October 20, 1860, Page 4

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated October 20, 1860 Page 4
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ibe cadipaUiN is stf yorx WOfKWEMS 01 THE POLiritll!^. 0 r Albany. Schenectady, Coxtackie, larrytown, Middletown and B;ng tx&mton Correspondence. TBt'lLOW WEED AND HMEST OLD ABE. ? j Kt-piiblitun I'isure* on the Empire State. 6- A., Gofs the Stute ho Gioes the I nion." 7V lspirants wh*? are Waiting for the Meats to Brail at Vlbauv, tin kc?i M* uar Aliikt/ ComiptBdcae*. Ainaju, Oct IS, I960 TV ?? ttfv.af Field Vitrei from an Albany Stan Ijoint? n-Ti.Ui.iM Sanguine of fifty TKotuani Majority fot LireoUl? Attitude of the Different Armies? Tfit Orokin rulg^ri Dioindlmf Aioay? The HaiU of thi Kepubliean Cf .nt?Thi Fallacy c/ their PviUicn?Thr Albany (in 7?-,.,;ion?I Oontett?rh' Sit LefitlaUire to Km eel fV Latf. 4c , I ft Ti? political almoapuere of Ibo F.mpir# Stale, m icea Tr >n an Albany standpoint, preicnta a dtajront appear j ?oc> tban when Ti?wed from Vew York. The beary C>ou ia tl.at are aoen h ireriag arouau tbo political knr *> well aa the amaller met that bare rouuil thalr w iy 1 -ar iU( zenith, pr<?et t difertot colore, with other liflbii Bud iiiad?a, than tb<*<j ?h-oo from Ibo cointnercla! capita! o. tU' nation. Tbtama. bt owlug lo (be political tel .* opi* tu?i a;e ued by tbo p?rt.5?ui here, that are mad*- to Bia<r 'y t<> ?uit tb'-raieiret. Wore I to tecord there fl ?? ,aoftb* republ.cai t.ii*. j >e, my letter would be a xp y a statement t'al the Germans lrun ai l Ktv>? fk ?' i afi wore a:ck at d t red of each oth *r'a company on ; t ::on Or fua'.oo I iket, aa 1 to bcltvr tVlr condition v oaarly all m? < ti r.g for tne repcblicau camp, where U: :? w. aM forfi t tber antmoalty ar.d \(>te t. g.-tber a? cut larrnocloua r?x.!y, in perfect uniou, ha; nn;j ? w-i a tu?y wvre aujipoittng l .LOOln, I t aaappmg, aaa'l ii g and gnaalnng 11k . r UmiIi wticu In the fut; >n ran ?a. 0 . . ' rtaaa'.fllj lira reaactkon ol pn >ilr fecliii/ cirr.-w oe m Jure tta owj a^s. -'d ty If the A lsrlcanj, 1- tu ? a ( ormam oanaot a^rec to vuld nr thj Cii h ?! t ^it together, ta tbere *ny?F?:i' mu lb i . * ! imiteie tbat they can make up their mlula t > joi h?~Uard w~rk t<'g ?thor b ?: ruonloui'y Tor I.lncoln I> 1 tc> .-?psoitraca laytU m to ore ot tbe^o ftctiooa, aa 1 c < t? the whjle, tbo' rn'gut 3 nm j ?.loo an I force in UiJ po<iiion but th? a boleaa'e cu m iji.,? .be whole Ib.tf f>r 'poatero ;a ~b.r? la. how(>rer, io inlftak-og tbe fact that thi '?If r*r* of lb? repub;: -a i coatniitMc lice are far more ?ac^ ae than the ctber ?td^. Tbey are aoont'ng w.ib a c*r*i -ty that m^Ve? them aM-ino# a!mo?t a deflant too" "ft.- tbTCta&d m%,'o?lty a the Stat*, and not one rote I?m, ta tl.rir err. for Llaoolt *b 'Jt the otae? a le '?ly ?ay that they hope to car'* the 9t?t? TUe headquart^ra nr b. '.u tbr republican and I>oa|'aa ownn'tt^e prwaent a I r?ir appea'acoe, a- arv.vlty ?t.rb ludloatea aaunusial b' a ? ? 'n fonje llae Wh ?tber tbia ? asaumfrl or a r a. :j , tt ? ill perbapa take tacre than a (airt aoj:nra In a oa. ? to dee da WUiUl this burryxg to an! irj :>ad b ari gotrg oa abo-:t the repab'.l^au aad iv> glaa fc?aJ i - irUra, tbc rf*>ma of th? Se'retary ts the Free, a n V" " .ale (' jirmitt'e prwent a f'r sakec aid forlorn ap r^aracce wosll think froji lie appearanes ttat th#r<- hal j M b?*c a f -oera', at wbub fie S^retary of ta- e.aiaiilte* wai the chief aad oo'j mtcraer Fro aJ' accocnw that party In tU;a T??tnity aad tbrotgh>ul thj .-vava baa for a l*cg t m? b?en growing amaller by ae*r"*? aud seaitlfuiljr lp?t tint. I tber nil t'te.-n* !< ., all li ad?-a acl as fallowara. Like the m Kter of tee sii .ta ul ? gtn-ral traiuiog day, n -.ii b'!t oTi*r* Wilh tt>trei* 5U can br fjuml, aad liiry prwntlng ? ?e< ?, act dilapidated *,'prtr?np? tbf mly a?vtl a turi* it * f* ue-: tbat they bare aay rtreogtb oti'tlde of New ^ ?' J >1 "K, *B?ff 0r-? hu rrm:?r#d to keep oy a Utile eetbueleam. fcrru tbu r?pubiio*n?, wao bare e iru'jrf tnedc il Uu ir apwial aits I > repri-aeul lu - ? -z ' th: dim cralic party la th.- St*!/- ?z i> 'ini a fur ?Mibli oae. now MM It of eoaTo.irt aal aaeort lh?t rati Uaal Urady Will poll will hot be on mgli to Ml xl th> Ciitm oce way or lb? other ar. l bate abafl.loae.l tue idea < furniab.ag lli-tu m-ana to kee,> n j tb? o?* an! jei.iB Baring buComv roof meed tbat 410 |>eop.? are ei'Jter $?hD( to t >W for K< " Ijr or Morgan, they hare a .spurtim to furnlab tbe HwkVar !?(<??, -a the ?li>.'?? of ? ar to keep op Utair gucr.ia aiU)K? u urn the l>jjgia? ?? The 1 eittoo tUee artara where It tbia v.<te g itif t>. ? fc a lew w.**a a ?.<?* was placed at la'j-.'o u linr--t Tj: ttul *1 .if a ( U m k' I |nrl 1 .. aii 1 1 i ? a fj ? .oa.Tlduala who hara divided to g > for LMi 1 1 toeir pro>(. but l ..<??' ,0-Uj. ?? are ?o fe * aal far he Iw.<mi that Uu y d not tcooitat for en u a buu Iredlb part of the rota, and MH be coualJar 1 a.- aa lairx fir l jo pan; There If no 4 > tor the M that th? p-eeaot ?revert uf It' bard abell organic el .un bar* ao Mat(*i lis.r adalra taal tl.--y 1:0 noger Lirnbi!! U|*aa iho Time Pinal try polltlc.au u-;eb e to c impre b?oJ tlie iokum >f lh" iUjr, or unlemUa 1 tb foto p >?< Ii<jo. bare Ihnu-t tbr fi'al iiagger law Ihe h -art of lliair ova party , lira nog fmaa it ite Ilia b.u>t and tear :tg ootb ug bat a MUM cori?aa, wht:b ui ?> hare col ibe humanity t ^ bury. Erca td? og . mourafi.i aerm n of 3ra1y, or the Bbl.caiqaota ? ?jo uf Scriptural I>n-t aeoa, orer it* koi u, ruo il r% j enough sa tl. < 6ib of V ir*n?b?r to oroeaat a .1 veal a* >mn.nj p*rtf. Ta* oirntoerf of tb*l par!/ Iiare a1 -?ad; MM up <j 1 ?rt?ra itber la th 1 repubiicaa or ( a.-K> nap, aui ?r ill altber ?oie for Mar?;?j or Kallj 'v 1 -orerser, joat aa Ui* local taauei la tM aevecal >a will a.i'ct tbelr law-reata la Utie ooanijr a ?-f s> nhfr will be fooad rollaf for Morgaa, aa aa ol v tba republicaca takiag Jlcott, a deeaosrai, for iu<-<aa. agt uat Ooraiag, ?boat Utry Bala. rb>?e looai ui alii? through. ml tbe .state artll go a great way la . '.ug U<* Trtai leotial aad ildberaal'irtal elect. ^a, tb* vaui uatioi. Uit^ toraol wttl ag tb- fate of tb aipl ?aata aa? Vbal -?rtj ?blib maace tbe ttroagMt k'4< ?? the Wa* ? u f ? *:Tr tbeir tupiwrt k-f -m*. aaert-r ciaaot WA apoa the m>. >oaratn of leaAcra <**< ? tbwt com ng ti t V eoaol jaloa tbtt m. oacda a rt i'*f .?g ''?* it* *-?t>oa of l.iaooia W?sl, wmt ao n 1)1 Tally laM ??t b* <ir?*ley at C4H?fo, ?-?jr-?ea aa. mtim*. imsr iaai t'ia liew 1 wtag ahall ?at (altar la the mum. bat wen f w tbe aieelora of tbe raJ e? tU-r ?ith a ??a arl ua> a . i?? \aa*y la at??rt tag ital be baa a |>r ?ai* anlarataad ag ?..% L aaola, ? b ub v-ii pec* tbeni wa U.? ^e ira 4 aad apa?t ai ofO-*iey'? plata. If Ibe Cb ?gi c a.aee J r - Taj be gieea ??>! ?'U 1 ?-r Mara -.t 1 MM M f rteMi, w?a are iora arer Ibe Mbit M ia vert at Ciaeafe. a. t Uiua urgta Ui~a> o? to tbr bait ? Tbore m murh looar art. Irene 3 >?t eg ab5?t th*' w ' I la 1 ran tbat tbe trm writ a W^g **tcf arr ant a. all a1 rarae to tbe etrcUoa I l.iaoola Bat tb ae who a>r a I CiwUal comaaaiaati * w.ih Iben glre I tbat Cogger, Rkbrnnid aal ?' haal* ? " ' tHM to dereet l.taoda; aod arbie?rer app?ar.u> - - tare iaiioat.-d otlv'eiar, It i? oaiy their ia m et? t-> p-.-reot tbe party arctouatioa i tbe ?i?va f- 1 Mtig ovt of their ban 1a !bM> tbat of otb?-a Tn?* ta. bieirrrr, atatab.i'f tbe Ibr. that . ie ? of toe I'Mwy of IticbMoad i-> cut lane Ir >ni lite fcatiaara ai tbe parly, or at l<?et to >Me th ua : at I . > er b- ? log mania oft 1 A>ith -a dn?-:ra'* po':tt,* aa? wtU n .? be wtn.itted 1 > ta tbia Ideality Tj reaaaia la a L pei *t sun ty at. .a itute, for U14 kate of g>ria< I'iWi ai. tbiy .l.un I. )i m.r. ?< a a> aor locger arllliog to eubn t to, ant ft ?> ttia erMeae? to be f>>aa< la Ib a at tade ton raaraae hal hxa ee'e;t r>! to iditiaieter ta then tbia isapjrtaat laaaoi T >. deajuicracy arr 1 aimiag aa "acrtaa" u v>n their r>?tn - rotaa, and atate that tbe return- wb ab tarr rceeire g> ta aho* that tbe rwpe alt saa aaaj >nti*. * >li be rery biu reda?ad .11 tbe latertor <>( the ^ ue. Tbff repablicaaa. aa ! htre aa i l>ef >r?, are et "-liig y aangtjtai, aad aow fl* r? Uo ;ota'a mi r ty ?i II -ty tb >u aaat with aa upward ?-c lexry *. 1 tn m ? ?t?g o,i tl? ? raa,orlty Iboy put dewn Jtew Tarh nty it le^oty are lb....aand MMral t " ? ! It <-<l.ni- . oe Uae rote of tbe tatenor of tbe .-"ta'* take tbe rat- teat y?ar a* a bae.a aod glre the repabitca^t a^> j| 'oar . tea 4 tbe rawer re role abach remaloel at b a>? dur.oj ah aetelectiui. rhle eatimate 1 magi a. ? 1 ol >e'<jil a > e wbe? tbe t.'W- ? p> ? I ai ! ??arta or oouatww Ibe daiuera y i a n ba-> *b let tbe repaMtcant admit that tliey w.ll 1 >aa ?. not belter, for tbe democr ? \f, t*taa ta. two e 'aa let <11 oae year ago from the republican Agree I ait asab'e tataeeorer where Ib- y are going to reaei re ao large at taereaw ta they olaloa In aay pjri..i of Ibe MM Tbe mere etatemeati of tbelr parlf rrlia la a tbe aererel cimntiaa that tb"* are fotitf to fire ia<? '-teed Matar'.tiee, without gineg ^acut aod tata to baca the a a aertioa, are au that" bare been able t> aacartaia tbat tae re??tiic?ba tare to o< tbelr etlstltlloai npai. Otlr j ?*? aa? ty baa beea ihnro^thle eaiiTaeeed. aad tbii Ml | not pi ai_i, ia U>e aureate, aay materia' ahaoge la 1 *?*' uLTi ,k.. ' "PJ??it ii, nn olh,r i aa I tin ~ 'i ref-ibhattt nn , . r\m- M1 ??> retban bold lb fir owa ie the l*i-g? c ti?a Tbe aa? rtioe of ' Mae proof, moat be ?tiderJTSrV. T, e .. otbar Aid satll tbe rep-ihi ana hire aim' reliable data tbaa letter* fr m tb- r o,r fr"^! Uiet tbey are r. ag * c-,.^ ih, - ms'.t v!, . th ! ?aad that lactilly. Ui* !> eeda of tbe I t ? . , ? f?,1 Itare aolbiig |o d eooarage thara Tbe repute from tbe ltt?-ri>r re-e ret byt^f , ?ra 1 e 1 lat aa aaorirag ag aa tbat of Ui? rei>ab> >aaa t k mart not be overlooked, bowerer, t lat it.? r> M?* *?? rtr better orgtt; t H than the T opr?e?ti \ ?aai a ? u their ma-bttar; e?t 1 !u,g B? er ? r - >i ,.>erinrl - tbe -Bale, ta J Out I u t. : a ... . t?e aaiiw it, 1 para. .el la tb* batery 0' u# iojt 1 Iff ItJ alaca will Ml turpi v urt in n?u.l. Tur> haer v w rf t? ?po*.ijr? eturoptag ths jlale ia sysrf dlrsctloi., ai l wlUal.-up Ut? people fMnsMCoraw to the Xbir t ' Bt" :np *itm ke'? wb? like Iks exporters of ocr rtiiai* us s< :.na.re, car*) unaer their arms a b ncle vltrtxU eseulnlc* tb 'ale?t rm >1;cm crt*J, ?"baiMi'- ftr'iCiM rffteJUi M leiael by Helper, ttchunt, K 1MLE Ml.'.' and Wil'ch lb?y U *tlir broad ?at xm -,."1 r M(>i ? itw ? ? Hun, on tbo ,tb.'r tu 1 b'.r ? .ooi.iiga* ?? tt'i vp*1 part of Us can raft* tu l^rvtaJ wa-g'.s, try! ig lt< 'ends Ui* j'.feraoM botwsea '.ad t#eed ? *s, ?ud aa?e oaly tares or four -o 100 stump to the Hive. Th'.s fact tells iar*? ' ia fhror of th< r^sjolicaan "La ivul? at iu tuu U>sgre?a??aai dlit'.et la (0tag lo be ft ll.eiy Mle Iwc aetiMrtti trrajea agaiaei each oner ? oao ft* ttie rcpublicfta *nJ lie other is the l>>ug:a.? tetni crei. Thi ught tufty be t\\& to be ft )>cr*oaal ae, >u ro cuc dti.au bit thai the chief mil ire taal tu lud-ced (?'colt lo v-npl the Emin*: ?! vi r>a acoousit of old leu ?<> *t Corning trwiua C01 alag, who haa r^i-.ed ;he uon.aat.Mi from the regular Jemfc. alio ;n ty : fie ltstr'ct, has t ?g boon ancwa la lie po .tic ?l w.d r?:n-o?i world. He u ftboul lift/ live jt%tt of ftg- if arcim Us ght. but appears ahcrtec Una bi olhtrwUw won 1 fron tixe tact of ono or hj leg* osluj shorter than lbs ether wb.ch gives him an ttw'tward appsaraace o?j the street Us lrt?* tl p'jia and noslealatlous is somewhat t'eshy , smooth sad f_'l face, fiord cjtuplekloa, ? d?rk aad peadtraimf .ye. Uc*ry eyearc.ws, with an e? pr?Moa la n!a face to make tlvi moat r*s;<at observer dsciars bin a faneeing man. ? >lU ani^aftl ttrrr -..>?* and dec 14100 o( cu<tras^er la a u.it of few worda, tad u u >t for b-.a oioao ftlieoUoa to a lUat ui <!ftld oa both aidt* o( ft deputed qiMftlloc. and '.Ur? (uUitaiaz up wit 1 ? Wail, (Mtleaaea. ail lhare U aoo. t laal ?* aiand ??> wUi.tf w'th a dozia wort?* a i.at ola?ra wauld take fta hour cpoo. ML* loo( coacectlon with lite (??otrftl ruad u F-mdoct hai b > di 1 rrtoreb p of ?a aaa/ olh~-f ft* "Je b*? ttagt-r* ?adloM, hftvemftd* blm I ttr ?: to t.ie Ucaunors In im??i eyery aection of lb? .nvy Toe- ociy pel. ilea; o il3? Ibftt he bu held li ll at jf x?n.h<?r cf C >cnreij?i position wb'ch lie occupied during IH5T aud 1*)CS H<? waa for merly dofeated by J L UcUooicraf ?, an 1 waa tUo defeated la ISM by Mr Ri?LOld?. *b-j r?a 00 tbc aali l.*om >toc and republlrao ticket ilcf^at *?#? 'a a neasjro broJKbt about by the feelis; v*'11'1 lum <>a a)coimt of h-? gujipoeed oonatct: >c vi'u '.re ftpp^jitmeet of (bo Albany acd Ttot pi>*lffl??irtr?, but 2>any of th no ? bo wvrt bitter afilaat blm at tt?! t r ?? were forfait 1a do Uitcrl.a^ ui* rt'iK?a.uat:oc u 1 wii" c^a.au. Thoiraai W ("colt, '.bu reoullirat. nrja'.nee hat b??ea a l.feiur i!emocr%t. bat ue??r a p-illtlnar H" :? w^at la i*l J aa ?dei>'u lent man, cutt'.Lg h a ticket at I oolt'a^ Uie tegular Jb a.ual on ?tecever h? clloae hi nerwr cell aay polilioftl pua'ttot , be: l is bo?n for jca's tl.? ITea.deatol lb* tarme.'a ao1 Mechaoiea' Bauli of I'm nty. He wa. mli.-d up ?iUi the fa 'ure of toe Car.ai Bank wli'ch cioard *> ?udd?3iy io Ja y , HH, and rr*ne.t ab tier li?e!:ng in thia c imuiujlty? r.'iny pcrajaa a< will a* tiift istftte im'slcf by it H **? one . f the auretlfS for tia broibor, Theodore Olsoit tfco oaaMet , an-' li.iuae of tbat } -ar hjiaame ?'*a la- .-u ! anf* another 3"u?ilti:t<' t in b;i place Tn ' lav<Jtigation of ? 0 Seient C -ajmlttei ai'ppolnt?t by Ui - Seriate r -? t ? t ire qne?r tr?a*??tlOBi He waa llko^uw li ned up in tb? *ici*nt Dudley 0?aer viiory cjnlrnveray, ia * n u M- C ru 1* v ? ?:?o 1 par I i"ftiiV Thefte t *0 p -ut. :o>-u wlt- p.tlod an Ml earb l iber, Mr Cori ng r -ratri^ CvCii-eror, whirb b** r? ?'i l.U c- -at 114 ? O'tt.- ? '??? d b;t?i*.*albe Corning and I i c ?ti tftoi > a<.-pt m to :u-* rr?- nt t.?<\ ?ud i tb?.,:?a b) t tt MDi'io i-.jfi mtir u bc.aj tl.e c?':?e I I Sir ( -oil acoept n< lbs aos at.ja at ihi* tine M' (''ill j a ? IDWl - uly 10411 of age. a abort, ih.ck set |> caoa ^ ? 1* inedi .m iie.gat b'. 'ug^ 1 ko Mr C'r. 1 i to tl.o mr.jtoo'U' y b t ac Ku c.? rbix.^r bre?d B.'1'i "\-i > te wetl'hy aad ar' *il!'.j* spend a *>?! d??l .a tber?ivaiu . the cnaUtt wlil tberef- re Ma l;?e'y (<l lii' C/iu?tt n aucUdctt .a uis L?b ta. and ftlthoug>> ?ob: tm/My hatai'lmirfled with tl<* maaaoa n iii ihaa Mr Corn ng, and ba r, >t therofure. s> strong a bold upon them, ibe prevent an at mt a r<- faroratile to tl eJfd w .1 V'r Oxaiag ay a h?ad?. aie ma, r.ly. The sev. A?fce>nb;y dlst'i. u tbrougbo.:! tae Mat* are r ^r.ea of lt(? an I r'g r, h::1 a'l > :g -n^sl <? ' the old rut i ber* .ire beoo t irotra ororj >ard. titers appoar ujx ti tbo i.4rp. t ai aay moD well ku *n In Albany ? tboae ?bo hare bad r tue aiyiterlo s cona'el .ns w:th f?rni?r Id'V '" Bt'irss aad I! am >b Its Itoe tbc ^np^ftrftnc* of ft graud ?itifttblo 'or some big scbLm j Uiit is to ooum up ?a the : ril l?g a!at .re 1 > tc the ? t laformatloa tbat 1 caa ^fttbor. 1 p'edirt that lbs uutt I.sgiftlature will Itare . worse :ec >'d lhau 'he laet tb?y will coal roecc?i Ihetr carse- with lo^g uol jrr tauical faces, au4 un>d up their bands lik Mr V 10 all odert at corrup t or. a-d 'a'.iy Mguftut at the last l,egi.-lalare, and f-rl api ?et uK a sbam InTosfgaUn* ciiwailtse Thv'r h tii sty w.' hav? vaa.sb^ I V> the tn Idle ol tb? snslos . aad the tail ai.y day. wi'.i bad thssa aasUlng 1 t and p'lunc'- ; j; a e*er) c: r.eyr i .".rtern', aad pasa Irg tv th hot asw Tlie M>by are already re, liclag orer the rr^r Ufa brlaa t j|'.oe*t It will lake a 1.' vert', r ? it> n b. f.? m ?? 1 a'.d ^urer anles.-'deul* than f>.ttr. r U r.ac to stay tbe p- jr jha of tlie craw teat w 1 c r.pote j'jit L- siature The ma a that avj * bi- bt.j ad.r* t-> the r.. ?t imp rtant offices uader is- ' ftl 1 ? ? ^ cli it'-, whs fj -111 two tulrds of tb- ? ? j. a 1 ' >v bu*.L'^? *i.l be to rnaa to plars tu | the ex itt-re chair, with the iaa .-if bar ag any eflsot I ? tb 1. ? t ? toes It w.ll wart a n ui si'sr ,?st ccarae Las bsen tuorc ^xo?ut?ut kLMA irr.Oct IMMt. r ? I vj ? fmr fV .n 7%ck-'?V\4 Attitude tf ti.t I n * (tofttfe -ri?; ?> c - ji 'u.'>as; Miif-iv G I ' Cint'it?Tt*> ,t 'iRj, and an a a 1 Ihi V t liij'ffr a It* -Ht" |WI t\ V 'Jit Prttid' .Ivil /'?ar, 4' Th-i mors 2 looa fthvet ftod ta sgis with the mantes, I ana the tuore ??? seed t at the reptib .< aaa are flgurlng ti.r r Ufty tU vuds ;>?ily f-om \n brroceoof bun Thry ar lai g int.u.^.-11-m of ? few peraota *? the feellrg of the n.?-? ? !a ooare-at&g with I3? leading Am t am Iciaciitv. e'Uawr loat hare roee orer to Ibe republican fmcc the raaaa of liiat jurty, tiwpi a few t>r tboee wbo litre heretofore rilled theaueirea Am't.tui, t*.l were repub.lcAM la d.aguiae. Tbie t.aaa baring come cut c,u?rti 'or Lincoln, tho republican" are ; nlj ug over II end c.t.u Ihit ther are gcttog 'argo from the American rua. Sine I lell New York I hire ??oa leading pollt!r an* on s i j .?? of Hit fnMllon, frum the rlror couatieilj-'ug br tweoo v *r York and Albany, and tboir i.nirer-al eiprc* ? i<? la, Coat the entire ant. republican force* in Ui?o Multla are g> ng It blind for tbs Union ticket; eran tb> trading rep bllcaa* aaeert tint they do not ei pec t to (Jo a* well u teat y ear, and Iron all ctrcum atari*! they m iet not be rtpecl?d to any more ibau li M their own lb* information tbat I bare rec-.rad from Ibe Twelfth Owgreeato:.ai district, or r>utob >r> an 1 Co lumbia oountte . eov r< presented by Bea'.e, r.<puh! an, ,a aw.h ai to place that d;at? ct in doubt, with tbe chances In faroc of the democratic candidate, who w 11 rece re the eolld Anier emu rote In OlumMa ocnty. There is no iQeslloQ h : thai the repuM ;ai on >r;t a* from tbe Weatern port'on of ite -ui. * NtMittHflMf ,> p-eii >n a t rit * than baTe b^-nr. nn ira since tbe election of Jarae* K Polk Tbe rat n th eg that tbe friend* of ibe uii <<< electoral ticket bar, Ufoar :?, tbu the tboro'igh o'gan.'ti on "1 tbe republican-, and tbslr rgorm* can ra*a n to weetere and tbe Interior portion* of tbe State, will roll up tbe majorities *u large that tb*y will more than oT*rt>alanc- taoee of tbe t astern countlea, altho jgb ther mar be double what they erer bare beaa Tliere * * gr- ai leal being dm* In tbe G ,b?rnat >r'?. c>nt??1, notwithstanding everything appears *o quiet la Ibat I'.ne Mr Kelly, tlie Dong'as deawirattc nominee, u at work with great eoergr auJ l? doing all within Bi? power k> seen re h.a election H ? W making great laroala upon the repnbiieana In tne MMI (NMM ol the .?'lata, wb.lat iniieroor M rgaa * ..Jt on J loeiog largely there, bit H be cut a great deal in M mrne aal Erta couitia*. oa axot.ul of bt* ve .o if tbe l.;*.ilrent b1;!, wo c'i wai prraeed by many of tbe lead lug repah -an* la the** 00 lIM b"ft>re tbe I'gtaU.ure Tna diaa <p Viatel Ai bany an l *w)aebaina .tietn-i? are in an ontelt'ej c>n t'iKm There ka tbe mater al la tb ^ee couatiaa ready and aai'nua t" defeat It irgau ;f tbey can oaly aee that by TMlBf agalnai b,<n tb*re I* any ct aloe tr> a"M>raiil1?h rt but they *e aot i *m iot jie-l to rote ' r ? i! t <-? ' ; r ?atiefle<l t . , ? ; tuey . ?n e'.eet blm N< < * rta bare yet be^a made to tbrow th.a Tote age nai Horgar. but It ?./ neede a c> noea uat <?n of c.lort and pa?t ee .n *kia they hare cflotdenne tn g i?-a >jg?t tb-m and gire tbem reae< ca ti beliere tbat tbey hare It withla the r piwer to d?>at ti^reraor U>r(aa, I > bare aa almiat tiu v i< r?te teat ee. tie* agt.nM ijnr M >rgan There baa not been a reeet lebt.al or l)j>ernati r(M Mi raa 'a tbt* .'Hate ( >r a uamber n( <??'* ,o whiob lb* ma tefla! ?t ?>d ta *? uacerlaia an attitude aa aorltg thiacam pa ft Tbe d'n.btfol rot* ? thr. ?? tt -nee aa larj > a* It eeer ?v . - wn f>ef e* a'! "f wb-eb <tep? i? epna tbe local c ab aatton* aad ibe ed oui Uut are male br both *'d*a loeee.irett Infect. I may ?a'e!y *ty mat the Xerem ber e'eel -mi M n the ban 1? of the <ro-<er?? tbe parly who work tbe bardeet and d> and gl re tbe Ml, are . . .%?te < <T (Iret heal f - lh'* aim >le rea* -n I rn not be denied that tbe repnb ., -*oe Iliad tbe beat ebiaee, for their c rgaalratioa \ * mo-e perfect, an ilhey are con d et.ng tbe canraag w'tb greater energy, than tbe nt*er ? l ie all n >ugh tbey begia to adsa.t thai taelr boy Wi lo Awake* are aa etpen* re lufury. wbVh will ejt **cure I tbe*n rcve* enrogh to pay coat The p>>pl* erery , n < nm f - f tic iiM to prerrot th? -"late from go ng re pub. car It wmi that puhllfi atteat^jo la dir* led towa-la tb-m an the r iwt and only ree< -t It itar the re prW ran tile Toe I'reeidentla ant n ibernatorlal pear I* r pe ?ad a. 2> *1 rea lrto drop |4 t ie gejuu4, aad It w; i be tounl la the baakei of I. at party after *k*rt.">a wb.cb mak e the gr -ai'-i en I Mil Tae tnvbtflal r<de ida.-e* t s Uw h.u,Ja of that - i-tr ?h-> do th#m mt to erraie II Let tbe potiticieaa aad pa>>ple *rerv wbwe wh t- , that w.U b*. A: HIT Oil. V l??0 T\* P T*ti <?> flrh*r H<rkim*r will f? reyu'itksaa by Sfteea iMirel to two t ifvaad ma.tarlly W-erraaa NfvWMM for Coag'eaa ?HI be etorvd by a 'arge tnt^'iy Tier* waa a great Dm-.+W aieet ..g ^re to lay Oor neon of tieorgla aad Col. Ulatoc >t M aaiea ppi ?pot ? Uar Blaghkialaa t orreepon.lencei Mnimwn Oct is imo Thr O?ifr*0imsi O 'mt in O any Om?ty, The coaU?l brtweea foaitl B 81 John denwcritlt aad C arN* R Vaa ivy*? rep*b',. -aa candidate for Coa grim will be rtrj o loo* ta Oraaft onaty. Kacit l>a* faroraM* coar'.lerai .<-?? I" count i.pon I t ie c,i*n"?e are u toTnr nf -t .1 n It 1* I kely 11. at tbd coaaty w.U ; go Jrm-arattc * I' ? I"r*ai ' -at al Oar nM4INd?> t*rr?pe*ilf?f?. 1? arrow Uct 1 1 IMO il) m BirtfSrm'm * 1 ??: n a m'c n^ i| of *.? IrM i/idge ?a 'racy >a*Ut.l a M l fWf M rf Ml aJ dnaa<c fcj the Hoc Jucn r Brady nnd damutl U ourt ney . lite Udi<m etacionu tioket m andoraed . an earneat eupportof the Brack In r <lge Slate ticket atroog'y u'g>d, and Hie D#u g'aa 41 m; Regency thoroughly rero'Hated. Tfce Hon battel b Lrokinaoo , who pruatdtd a* cl: ?iraa?.3, alao addiraaed Urn taeetiug. W4 made a looecii upon toe Cu. ? of Hie ^touia \ad tb vindication o( Uie regular Jo ?ocracy. U*r tkheiiKUdx l'?rrtipoa<cact> Bc?saacTAi>i, Oct IT, lift) Urn 1\mgt Ixxtk in Aituin<c( ?J-, County? Pr*'< tit y tf vx ArJ i KfyvtHtcar. Gain tn I'onpreu ? Ltrcoir. l\krly to dairy County? Whet tie BrnMnridg* Men are Do ff ? Hrvf tlxdo-y of tf* Three CryreuiorAi Cor.di dalet?llam Pie I a* f!?cfo?;eertny f.(<r.rn:? t'lfefcanf, Jf>*r. ami Mia? lit JnemUy, dr. Both Uit republican* and the antl-npub .< ana claim lb* county for Prceideet The repit:ic*a* set dawa theti plurality at frjm IOC to ?00, which U acajowiedg lag a large fal l^g oC, ooujidtrlng Frtmott carried the county over Buchanan by over 9C0 la 1964 At that ekct.oa , however, Pliimora'a rote eioeeded Buchanan'* by cpwar 1* of iOC, acd feL behinc fremcnt'a about 600. . At the Governor'* electloo a 13$i,thu republican plurali ty over the democratic candidate wai but 167? the Am* rxao* polling 83S vote*, and tho abotitioalat* 8? Uie whole number or von- betng C.Jj'j. it la apparent, iheetfore, that If the aatl republican* were now cordially united, they m.jht carry Schcnectady oounty by up ward* o 1 000 votoa over the republic ana. But the ant: republicaaa are not cordla>iy united. The BrocAiVidge wing of tbe democracy awal low the uuloa t.caxl aa If they were taking blue tr.aaa and ovinia for tbaljr Southern '? broken bone" Terer. Thsy do not ector with any ap'.rlt Into the campaign, acd do not appear to care much whether the county ta loct to the democracy or not. Their h:?ttllty ti oapeclaliy evinced in thoir course towarda the demo cratic and Bell and Everett, or Union, candidate Tor Oon gn*t rrom tb .* (Kigbteuctbl district ? 1 Chauacey Vibbard, Kaq , who waa nominated by a full democratic Cocreo uoo, and accepted tnatanUr by aa large a Bell and Kveratt Onnvent > aa waa aver Lietd tn the county. Tbe toalea being co a., li-te between the Douglna democracy an', the Bel! Everetta, thote ia bat little doubt Mr. Yibbard will carry both city and county of Schenectady, not with ?tau Vng tbe operatic n? to the contrary by the- Breckln ridge leanotrate. But Schenectady ta but one out ol four | ootutt ?*? tbat cocatitute the l.^utooulh Otu^rt-m.^cal ; dlatr'ct, which a acw . eprea-olvd by a republican fhe other cjun'-.ca arc Moutgcm <ry, Schoha;;o ar.l t -i to<i In iUti I Slonigcm^jy ga*s a ropubl-caa p ara ty of 6*. I Fulton " " .... .... 311 | iib'jncftady *" " W | Total raycbl.caa plurality 1 o.?o i 3ch ^ha-. ? *a?o a d*uxr#t e p1 .ra?it; of 1,80" Cloar d mrvcrat'c rlurai ty u a ?tr ct Sir ! Tii" total Ao.tr. i ,n >uin ta t' ?ae couctloa u lwt I tu ? i >?? i.iai?i<?ry ST5 Fuitoa tot .-MMtecuidy S. , I Jjchobar .e Tid Tilal Ain'ricao vow 2.WT Prefumiiag tbat but oac-ht fof ibn vote be cant for Mr \ lOiarJ. he baa at I. tbooM de<i.xr*t e p'jral.iy to lo.i back upou tf tta baoa oe uot broktMi by too Bred, tnrtdgera. Tm 'i>';o* K.g if a i.'at of the cuid.datoa for Ciogreaa from tma dlatr.ct ? 1. Qtivnn \ jiiiaxd, democratic and Cnlon? Ci'ue to Schaaeolady a poor lad (ibta o^d amployrnaBt on the I't'.ca an'! ^rn-nectady Railroad aa a brake "in Koae taptdl) in tho cooSdence oi the Conv ioy, and ia now the (ii'ueral hiiperiow-Ldeat of the Naw York Central Rail roud.an olllce of great reap xiatbitily and truat H'a con nectiou with the Oeotrai road ia preau ,.ed to be the ee cri t ot tbo opposition a. iocg sons ot the Breckinridge detnnuata, who regard the C"iporatk>n aa a monopo ; . ana are tigbt'cg ah connected with !t upon old faihionel anil mcnopoU graarda. It ia atated, to Mr V.onard'a credit, tbat be never employed or discha.-ged a man on the road on polu,cal grociida, and tbe employ"* umver rally apeak of h.-a tn bigh terma of reapoct. Tnla, boar itt, U tbe aatr.8 w.tb hia towuamea of all partiea, ropub lioana Inc.uutd. Mr. V. ia a m*u <1 eonaidjral>ie wealth, raj ftOO r,?0 M aa, Ua" a ?-t? .'u IM mau.uiu u jf !?oaecta dy, and u aurroundod by a growing aad eatlmable Cam: I}- ant boatu of devoted frlaoda. Mr Vlbbard if auppoeel to 5e rather v eak in the democritic atronghold of the oiatr'ct (jchobane c u.n1y) on aoc >unt of hw preau rn el oppaai ion to the ^uaqnehanna K*:'raart, In wbl< h ertor pnae ikbohar.e ta deejly tnt.reated, and lea tbouaan4 d.cumtota to b.i prejudice for luat reaaou are now oo ttoeir way to Scbobarte. 2 M Mike* ? the nat.rnaldaraocrat.c or Brelk tnri Jgr (at.l.oaie Mr 11 wai ortgioaily fr oi the city if New Yoiw.aud ta a Hebrew by pcraaaaion. and neb aa a Jew He ha> been twice Mayor ft the city, and won IV ai'mirai i'o of all by tbo ability and impart mltty with wbcb hi* di*ch trued the del tea ot the office He waa par ti.-ularlj marked v an able par, i tin solar Wn U>- likea h a om'.'irt and hia *'> ia) friend*, and why he aboutd de aire to be a aucli a bear gardea a* C>ngn>s* aurpaaxeth the eompribeQaion ot thoea wn > are tmtliar ? ith hta i too(1n.-?j for caac, ani hia ambition to be bappy aad com i lorwblr, and to make all other* ao ar.i .nd him B'.t it to t<ic?r(??? thuu wcul&at g<i ur f- a ta w Omagra be it thee? Ho' for i'.onr r>?a Morducni S Hnomrr Mix n tb? gentle-nan wti > lit' b?n boh nat e<l for ( ? n rm from th.? dtatilet by Iba reje Mi *r? He U ? young du of good orator lial ab .lit . fro* l oa the Mutr K aaua of iba propr at *?r of (be tieboharie I'gtrft, haa beeo engaged in patent and u m. j tj 1>? a |>t tent wril-r of IM i.rcekv ecbool, the phii >unher of the 7W< '<?, it li mM, having a> opt?J bltn a- a pr-lege ?>me time ago Tbe republican burrab boya like Ibc name of Mix. Id lact, they l.ke thin** 111 I'M, u lb ey J:d their wb -key tbe otiier o *ht at Kort I'laia, * hrn they bad four thooaaad clam plea to fnv> wttb it Uana ma/ carry the da y. Aa an ardent republleaa Jam my IMMHr ?>'? ? i ? i i lo uaj? 'Vot'a lb ? uaa o gala' for V libar : ? W'buard aim gfit no r am pita aa M na A?nr*n'r. The Br -cainridge demo^rata arc the only party that bare aa yet nominal' ? caadtdata fur tbt Assembly lb Uttaom-kly They bare pit ap M ? .lam?a F Wootr of Hrtcrtady? a eery reapertable gentleman Tbe Dojg aa democrats as i the Ml J re'etta propter to f taa upon some prnm.nmt r^'aoa. and i 'r'V of tbia city, a gentleman ?f large etperteae-' aad great ability, ban been oaraed Tbe Ikmgiaa mas are patting up avong aaadldatea for the tjwrmbir, auch aa H>a Cnnialiaa 1. Al'.ea. late Ju.'ji of tbe Supreme Oourt, 10 Wasb.nglua county H n I* K?mno, lata Kep-jner of the Court of Apr"*:' 'n I'ttca Hon I ea.j<i-r BwdMl . 'ate membar of Congrrat. la Oawago, kc. Tbey dear rra credU f-?r at l eat i tbe attempt to re lo. m the Leg'alaturs of lue cor r up li >ot of the paM year but they w'JI be or*rwh?lmad ta the republican tor real ualaaa t' ? boa; r i>"maclrea, for a liar lor working, more tealoua and itotermlaed aet of wide awake go aheads than the rertibl f?a? A theaa rt g'.ot i, your correapondeat nernr before Laid ayaa oa. Oar Tarrftewa lorrcapeadaara. Taaavmw*, Oct. 1*. 1*40 r> -/rut of '%? Cmm fWk j* Tbrr/e '.n? TV I'-fit i-tuef. dc la th.s oaoally qulat IllUe village, oa the banks of the Rudaoe, p<-tti>rat?d a? tbe boa^- of Irving aad tbe aoaaea ftowi whence tbe capital for aoa>e of hla m > t coterta.alag works emanated, aid aiao for the capture at Andrr. tbe aflat ri of politioa on tbe queat ooa now agitating tbe coua ' try far aud wide are beiag d: -ciiaaei with tbe m'et de tamiaad ardor aad aacitaoaaal We tare our giorioua National l aioa Cob. aatabltahed oaly aome three weeka aiaoe, and wb.cb n .>w nuaben oa IU roll of actual rjtera over four huadred aamee of oar mnet | roatiaeot cttlxen* Wt bare for oar Pmldent Mr J. 6 Dudley, a pr^miaeat merchant ta > our c.ty, aad who d -m Ute bosnra of tha chair with uaaaval in If meat aad ability, ooan-.aadiag alike tbe a ImlratiOM of bta fr .an 1* aad th? reaped of bit foea We hare ! *eo farorr ! with a number of good tpeakert, * bo bare dearly cipialaad to tbe aat -fart n of masy,uf the aaat akepttcai tha uaagar imrwod.ag tbe fut .re welfare af Ute I Hon unter the aaaa ta of au< h fknat aa Wea del !%tl!lp>, Ct.arlee Sumaer, Heward and the boata of le>i-#r hgbia Tbaak bearen their dMtr <?? hare b?. a weifbe i lo tbia plana aad to- a I wanttag I >r. with torch light p??ee?i'*a, bandj of aoalr aa I a hog - o tcry geaeirbWy, they ttare not a i> reed?l yet amakng.e.a Teru ero'igh lo awell tha o<tmb?r ol llieir Wide Avako Clah lo ranch orer uoe b aired, aoi to do tn.a tb.y bare U*1 to call now tbe ?errtcea of ?>aa tbirty pr f rty boy t bud ba f rr^wa nen. ?*y ag nsthlag bho t at eatt a ac ra of tbe belore.1 negro, who gehera'fy ae -ompaay ih? cl'ib (aa hot>cir?< f\.ee!a) abecerar they are oe the n truh. wb h la about at* nigV.U ia the werk Th- l ima moremimt I taken like wthiflre. aad will carry arwytblif eaWt ,t lo ' tbia county and I feel oc beMttUan at all aadlaptok from a c?r?fal diagaoaia of the rar?-t at >|? We?t. better ?;.! roU ?|- a ?> >ri'.yfor the nati >nal t oaet of at leaat tt?l| Ire huolrad. Ooaa t n ? occir to /aa, Mr an I. r- '.ran *h *e Argua eve# i.?t; imp-ib wortii no ' l*lBg? U:?t, ?# yew of lh? fact 1'ial th.j ?ute ii to be the Waterloo of tha impa'/a, tbe ^tuth- 1 era .*ta' ? <>agbl to anita. and all aad aaaiat na ia o\ t gr at wurk of orair >mng ihal ItotrM mooatar, aceti'malmn 1*1 them, ,f pt?a!bie, tanndate oa with the b??t of their roaaerrM re orators? make every ?Mmp a r* -a train am erary field a battle grouad W hat W ib> m ;? tbe liatribnting of a h*/ a mill m of dollaraf la fueh a oauae the/ are fijbrng for their rery Iraa, lea. and we prjpow to ?tan I by ibem eo >n ( aa a ahot ia left ia the locker " I el Uem aea to it bo? aad at once, for t'.e Hubiona, oa tha bahkt a< ? *> 1 1kO now -t od m fetr and tretr' tog, fnca pi wed la arfety. bothlag bene* f< r ward can artae to dlaaerer tbe boo la of unity and ? wd le I?f h thi rto #t at.ng b?lwfe?i the N <rth and *> lb. f>r repub'ieaaiem will bare etpanded iiaaif by reaaon of Ita o a rabaaat.ua, and become a matter for tha future hit tortaa oalf. Oar (otiarklr l'arraipoad*lct< 0ot<< IB. I?9t. IS, 1M0 rtttf aad Sb'fU fir Tm Ma jfHi, St Twenty fltr hub '-ad dem <craia aal Cnior mea twta bled la-t e-en rg at th.i r a<e ia the opea a r aad U* tanad t i ?pe*e!i? from Joaa B Steele, Eaq , JadgeTk 'isp wm.af N <w T r*. a. I ? iberi Mr staeie u tha draw grabe ran.' Jate f ?r ( >? t"i n He '? ? drag apwb u dafracr ut th? Ut'oa, tt c oat tntlcn and the oaceaaity of ?ncut'ag Um Law*. /* dga Taoaipauc kddraaaed the Urn eoatovN of people tor ?m aa bourfta ? mast fervent, elective and eloquent apeaoh. Great ihuaiaan prevailed, and you ma/ Mt dawn Clater aad Greene oountlea aa rood for two ttfltr"* Majority f<* the Union electoral ticket (loMlaaUoa for AMablf. Bfluw we gi re (be list of oumloatlcoa for Stale JLUM biy in tha several oocntlei of the State aa Car aa they bare been competed. It wUI be mm by referring to the Ut that a number of tba phliooopher* who ware ta the tut 1 <>*! Mature and voted tor the peculating schemes of the lobby havesocured their reaomlnat'xn, aad are new tea loual/ at work for a re ctect.on. Amongst U>at list la also a cumber of peraoaa who are weU knows by the Aiban j maaa gar ami have had a total of the (nod thing* of the lobby, which would tndlosta that tbo oeit legislature ll not to be much of an improvement on the laat, ootwithataading moat of the old mean bare have been thrown ' overboard. It however augurs well fur the feeling throughout the 8tate that m tow of thoaa who were to reckleis laat winter are recomlnated. The fate of a large majority of the laat remarkable Legislature should be taLea aa a warding to the member* of ali future bodies, loat by joining handa with the lobby tlielr consti tuents will repudiate thean ? U9T Of CANDrDArM. DiM A.'tat.a.kMT oooirr S ? Luciua B. May, n- pub! loan, member lo U?t aad 'IS U.3UT OOPWVT. 1? John J Bllagerland, repubiicaj, oorruptiealat 1? Benjamin Stanton, ant: rent, new maa ?? Lewis Benedict, republican, new maa.

?? Robert H I'ruvn, rep , member m 1*44. 'U aad \0. J5 ? Rear; Leaking, Union, nev man. 1 4 ? Vim Wheeler, democrat, new maa ?moons ooosrr Friend H, Burt, repub:tcea, new man Lewta Norta< rp, Breckinridge, new maa tinaKirGu* oovirrr 1? Mussel Ma i n, democrat, new man 1? .V'laoo ?>. Norton, republican, new man 2? John Greeo, democrat, now maa. S? Franklin I'hubr.ck, re pub' lean new cnac CArrua cjcstv 1? (too. 0 Kathboc, democrat, new maa 1? Herman Benton, ropabitaaa, new man. ii? Gothau W Sbank, repilbiicaa, naw maa ? Smith Anthony, republican, ojw man ?d?rTanjr* ooojmr 1? Ilecry A. I'reudergast, rep., member n Hafl *nJ 'if. S? Ulraci Smith, Jr , republican, o d member rtfSMtrno < irrrr. Stephen T Arnot, democrat, new tnan I.'ictufe Hob caon, rei ubllcaa id m-mb* CSBAMK) uwrtt X? Th.>tnji? Darter, new man 3? 9 E Uwi, uv mu (uvr* cofjrr* Wm T CVock. democrat new m to U.'irj' Mc>adden. republican, oil number <>>i.ra?u <?>? srr 1? Levi Ieroy, democrat. new man 1? Samuel Lnraher, republican, new mac S- Aecander lav'j, democrat, new man t? Norton a. U-ll.na, republican, new nan r?RTt_i*ri ooom Loammt Klcaey, republican new nan ??ai4waaa oovrrv 1? Seymour K Smith, rej'ublijau, new man ft ? Nelson ii. f list, repub.lcan, new man ?P1t i.?KtrrT 1? John il Ot.l dau. crat new man 1? John B Dull her, republican, new mao 2 .tnlrew K Cband'er, democrat, new man V? Samuel J. Karman. republican, new man Ban <orrrrr 1? Stephen V R Walaon. repub .caa. nw mu ?J ? Victor U Rice, republican, new man 8 ? :<-iter twell, republican new man 3 ? Uetij. U Long, democrat, new man. 4 ? Eo(.cb B Fry, democrat, now man 4 ? Zebuton Ferrla, republican, new oaaa KvOI COVKTT Martin Flncb, ropublxan, cormpt unwt K4 win L Meigt, democrat . new maa taAXKIU 000 9TV Wlillam Androa, republlean, new nam rctton uo HAJaxroa lorinai Daniel 1'otter, democ-al, aew man. JaaMO H Bur, republican, new man (.tasnaa oonrrr Jamea 0 Shepar-J, drtno- rat, new man George W Wright, republican, new ma? I Klin cowwrr (?llbert Bedel! democrat, member ta t*?.' ar.l 1)M. Ira Sharmau, republi-san, new maa :iaxjr?Ba roomr IS. 8 Htaitrano. democrat, oaw man 1? .lubn Markell, ropubllcan, n?w maj, 2 ? Cz<kl?l Spencer , demo< rat, new nuui 2 ? Juaah Shall, repu >llcan, tew mac ,'ir?ta-<o? cv rrr 1? Benjamin Maaou, !? g'u democrat, aa? man 1? I "arid Montague, republlrao new a?n 1 ? R- '<t. Iteming. Breckinridge democrat, aew maa Nat ban Whiting, Donglaa democrat, now man. ii? Adolphua M Ok*., Breckinridge democrat, aew man. 3? I>avld J Wayer, republlcaa, ae? maa 3 ? laaon Clark, IXtuglaa deicocrat, new maa I? JLirvty Bailey, reptibltcas, new man KtlTOM CO' SIT I- Tl.otnai Mcilrath, republican, new duo 1? Andrew J l*roost, reft *r democrat, aew maa. 1 ? .'imft F it7fer?ld national democrat , new man. a? Marquis 0 Moore. republican, memler lal'&i-M. 2? David T Faston. rcfuiar l.mucnt, new man 2? John Osranacb, oatlooai democrat, n? * maa 8 ? Nathan Oocmtook, repub can. new ma*. 8- TUcopbilusC. Cal lout, democrat, oU m taMr 4? John F Cammeytr, republ.oan, new man 4? Junes I>arry, den*" rat, rormpt.ooiat b - I.U ins C Acdrus, republics*. saolxr is ltC#. 4 ? William C Joooa, democrat, old member. 6? Win B Campbell, independent democrat asw mas. 4? Jobs C. Jacobs. I'nlon, sew man fl ? John M Stearns, republican, new mas 0 ? John I instfj, nat.'isal demoarat, new maa. fl ? J<w.ipb Nrsbltl, rejiuiar democrat, new maa A? Kobert Woodland, Iniuo, new man 7? (IcorjaH. Flfhif , rspubiicaa, old member 7 ? Andrew J. 4peuoer, regular demax-at, new maa T? Wm. S Milltxloler, national democrat, new man it. WIS < OCSTT J. U Gardner democrat, new aia. K Baldwin , republican uv:x?.<fro\ oorirt. 2? George H/.anJ , repabl.caa. new aha ?> ojmjs coust* 1? Oris B I/ird, republican new maa 2? James Baruett. r< ptbl.caa, old memoir *">SOS <W*TT 1? Martin Roberts, democrat, new maa 1 ? Url Brne l et, ret^blu-aa, tew man a ? i joule U Morgan. rcpubi.caa new mac 3? Biblamia & W(, ?, republican, new maa ? imi.omib' lourrr Jacob J Ra-lclifT democrat, new maa mm.aju rorjrrr 1 ? l>*wls 8 Payne, democrat, new maa I? Hi* >7 8 Smith, republican, new ma. 8 ? james C Bcoosoo democrat, new mac I Ollrer r Score! . republics*, new maa S?w TOS* l\KWT1. 1 ? James Hares, Tammany , new maa 1? Jacob it Smith Brecklnrtdfo, momber la MM. 1 ? Jehs CblUhaa, M sari, new man I ? James H, Welsh, republican, new ssaa. 1 ? Joseph A Gordlur, ropubllcaa, as* Stan 4? William Walsh, Tammany ami Moiart. corrupt ?oo Ut 1 ? Jobs Caronafh, Bre? tin- d{i, new maa 'i ? Daniel 1 <eaa t Brock i nr. ?tfe , now man 3? Ira H Tolkili, republics, new au 8? Joseph Wood worth. Tammany, new maa 3 ? Michael Burni Brecklnr.de* nsw maa 3? C. B Woodrull. M jzarl, corrupt iaa>st 8 ? Wm U Itlbsun, republican, new man 4? Wa J Kibbtv Tannaa). new mvi 4? Thomas Moot* ?werr. Brwk.nridfw. at* man 4? John Cow way B'eoa mrvdfe, now maa 4? Wm 0 4ioaa, Brook inr idge , new maa 4? Wm McQanlev, Mu*arl new man 4 ? Lewie Hoppt, republican. new mas 6? Charles Hiaureli Breckiar lfe and Moart, nsw maa 5 ? John J rthaw, repabl.can. new man 5 -John I" Saro, icJ-petJ-nt, new mta 4? MaiorGm R Hall, de' icral, new man ??9 T Webster, Tam . Mo/art and Brtw* . nM m??nb?r # ? l?eo H Veaderbuof, republican, aew ma . 7 ? Jamie N'aeb, Tammany, new ma.-i 7 ? Kan lei Youns. Brick nrldge aad Moiart, nsw maa T? J Mansfield I tarts, I m jo, aew man 7? R M. B atchloi i . repiibii aa, member la 1U4 7 Kdw.n J Samoa, .liiepe .ideal n#w man 5? ' '?car II Borarl, Tammanf new maa 4? lawr* cce (? Hill. Brecklnridfo, new mas #? Joba J Hetley , Mozart, member la lt4d T ? (taear (i Sawyer, recubll.an, a?w maa 4- Andrew >aft, repabl'-aa aew man. I? S' irimlaa I. Hait?, repuV.Imn new mas I? Andrew Lewia, l am aew man I -Ust. MrUrefor, Tammany, new man 0? Charles H Inaea. Brer k Inr life new maa, 9? -John Call rev. Mot art, new man ?- Horatio N Sberwood, repubioon, a?w at., ??John M Ramsey, Colon, aew maa ?? Edward I- lisan, '.nde.wr.4eot new man 10? I tow l< I Crawford. Tammany, now maa 10 ? Joba Bailey, Ir . Brockiar.lf*. new taaa !?? 1 nke F Cotaas, M'-rnrt, sew nan 10? Robert ? lteyd, republtnoa, new man 11? 'ohn Hardy, Tammaoy. ae* anac 11? Wm McConkey. B.?kinrKlf? aad M narl, as? man 11 Wuhn Hooper, republican, new man 1 1 ? Cumin it. fa II Tanker, republican, Mrriptlsaifl IS? Andrew J Smith Taamaay, corrupt loaist It?Oeo I Campbell, Bre.k , Morart and Caio?, aew aaaa 12? Charlea Cortta. remiMleaa, aew mta 18-Aiexaader Ward, Tammsay, new man 18? Thoaaaa Hlftlos. Brook in r i*e aad M )iarl, aew man. 18 ? ileorge B KWf . Cmoa, new man. 14? tobert C Huloh nfi Tammany, aew man II ? Theodora B V.wrhlel, Mot art, ocrruptioaist 14? Edward Mtrray. Brecklar.il^e, a?w maa 14? Eibsrt Roblsson I'nloa, aew maa 14? Jesse T m<la, republican, aaw ir mi 14_G W Vart*,Tm.,Brk ,?ln laa4PcioB. old member. 14? Fd ward C Johasso, rep^Wlcaa. a?w mas 1#? 1 oracdall Rleh. Mcrart, sew maa 19? t raak McPooo ifh, Breoklaridfo. asw man It? Heary Aran arlut Tammaay. rorrnptioo at i?? Oeaais Mot-abo, retwblicaa. as* maa I A? Fd ward Poaa, ia.tepeadsat, aew maa 17? Jay J arris J.mss. Tammany, aew man I7_e f? isfraham, Breok , M>?art a.Tl Cal<M. aew mta amrk ?W?t. i_rraasM K leman , democrat, new man I Mcfoade repuolloaa. sorrupli aW ? James C Itronsoa, democrat new maa ?? I*rir Max ah all. republican aew maa 1.1ml I- Renyoa democrat . aew maa >_Oeo H. Cham pi mi, repu-rticaa. new maa 4 ? Will am Lewil, repul iloaa. new a>? OWOKDAda 1? I j van Orion, democrat , aew rata l_vmnteh aerial . rer b ja*. oft ?_> i nr Clark, democrat new maa i? A *t a M*cre. repsb.'oac t.mpti aist I 8? Matthias Britwa, Caaaocra*, m mm. 8? Aboer Ohapama. republican, now an 1? laa ah Wlleaa, abolition, in mm. S? C. I> B Hit la. abolition, new maa. 2 ? ihs.^uuji HorVuc. aboUtiog, aaw UK 0BTAA.0 OUO?I!. 1? Pawn H. F akl, republican, oaw maa. S? Stephen H Alas worth, rrpablloan. new aai i.? Win G Lapliaa, democrat, new maa oauAao coovtt Wan. H. Peila, democrat, aav Baa. (-uteoa Raadt*l, republican. new man oawabo oocstt. I? Pewttt C I ttUjohn, republican, oorrupuoa'* 8? Maaoai 9ailsbury republican, near maa. 8? Daniel Dimmic. , democrat, oaw iuaa oraaoo rovtrr. 8? Eli F. Ferry, repabiioaa, new bum. 1?1' ha Ordronane, repoblloan, aaw maa 3? Kdwla UlUa, republican, aaw maa. 2 ? James Maurloe, democrat, oaw maa maaa i ?a oocwrr. 2? L Chandler Ball, rapabllcaa, aaw mm 8? Theodore Karaaa, democrat, oaw aaau nicanoeo coo.trr N naaa lit In wood, democrat, aaw mar Mlntfcorae Tompktas, rep , men. bur .a UJ8 *cJ 'Si. BiKjkru</i cooaTT. I? John Fa I too, democrat, corraptloalat. 1? Pater Hill, republican, oaw aua S ? Jadiah C -a worth, democrat, corraptteaiat 2? Jamsa Sumner, Jr. , republican aaw maa aonmciAbT cosirrr Jamoe a. Wood/uS. democrat, oaw maa. tn aoBAjt.i ooiyrr Samuel B Cr-g^s, republican, naw man. HBKaCU lOOTT. Wa. Johnson, dwnoorat, aaw maa. B?caeasr Munson, repablloan, naw aua at LAwaatica oouvtt 1? aiaa. Rtchardaoa, republican, old mamter 1? N V. Curtis, democrat, naw maa. 2? Edwta A Merrltt, rapabllcaa, old member 2? J. R Brtnkerhoff, democrat, new maa. 8? Clark H. Cbtttendao. repnbl can, old m?mb>*r 8-J. O Br ilgea, democrat, naw man. arrraaa awn. 1? Oaniel 8 Br 7 an, republican, new man J? Jearoy Smith, republ.oaa, new man. 81 t KX-4 < \>ONTT I? A J Bergar, democrat, oaw atan I? Jamee H TuthUI, republican, A mac I? tferger P. sleight, Colon, new Van C Koote, republican, aaw man 3 ? Alexander Bergeti, CVon new maa *i<*,a OOCfTTT. Loaua P. Le gg, democrat, naw nun Oro T Berber, republican . new man. mwnna oovrn .*>tin Brart.ett, democrat, new man Jerefr.ah H DwigUt, republican, oa* omn l '.i#T*n COCUTT I? Robt H Hi., democrat, new man 1? RjM. Lou^braa, republican, naw maa. . ? Jeremiah fax It, democrat, old member 2?-Georfrn T l"erce, republ.can, new toati 3 ? Jona H Korl right, d.-morrat oorraptlontet ?? B^oj. Turner, Jr , republican, aew maa *ixm ooo-rrr Walter A Fa/cu, republican, Daw aaa. WAMUMITO* rO(TWTT I ? I 'Her Hlb, reoub' ran, new man t ? N. H CaU.u, republican, tow mm WArva ftTTT* t? Tam-f M tT'laoc, deniiwt. acw man 1? Tjcmaa Rob'.aiou. repol.llcan . caw maa 2 ? Lather Stanford, democrat, now man . ? Joseph W Corn.n(, republican, oaw mia wuraraaftTBK < >0wrr 1? C Ta.man, demix-rat.ncw man 1 ? Eihac Flagg republican, uew maa N Holme# Olel., demnrr&t, old m ember 1 ? Sa.ii ue. Hi>pj*r, rtpLblioac, oaw man J-Wk Ma.- shall, Jr , d >mof rat , oew ciaa C? Bet. F Lamp, retnbl.can, new man W-roauai. (J)tlBTT 8 B Haamood, democrat, new mac v'otrn J. Do. ttte. republican, aaw mao r xr?> oov^tt. J-jbti FU'.roaaer, republican, new man Xtar I'aitrd Htata* Hartaa Carpi. TO TU KMTOM OF Til UBRALO. Oae oflea *?ee la lurope, thouxb fortunately aeldom ia o mi owe oountry, a larfa farm wa.rh bat deaceaded from aire to aoa throcgb many (feneration*, nearly in tbe same cooditioa In which It fo I into the lint poaaoaaor. The bouae baa the aame old walii. aad the sou cemplaiaa from >-aar to year of tbeir heat In summer, of their cold In winter, of the leaks la the roof to adm t tbe ralo, and cracka in doors and windows, through which tbe snow driven ia an uncomfortable m icoer ? juat as hia father cj?upla.ued, and will transfer the same givjraace to h's aoa Outside exlsla the uune want of atteut.on the ground is tilled with old Issplemenia of husbandry, aad the produce la strictly Scriptural, only aufflcieot for tbe day Tb us doea the owner lire, fon rer tolling, always woodaring why bis grata is llgbt, U.s cattle lean; oerer looking beyoad his leooas until his datcieot crop is gatb and aad compared to the trail filed gralnery and tbe irtertt cattle of an anergatlo and thriving aeljcbbor, when he curaaa hia fortune, and, reiapa.ug into b t former ia dtAaroBoe, unr baboids the u? plough, the trcnohee to irrigate the dry and the manure lor Ui* p?>r soil, with wh.ch tbe more careful fwiMr improves hj i?uu, tad agaia ia the fall avw only the two reaults. But if we are blew 1 with a population of lodufttrloo* farmers, whoae eaerUmu kc?p ua from seoiag bot rareiy la our own country such isiprorideace, there are other lo-titatioaa which do not poeeeao the note eagerneas for improreuent , but, tike the poor farm t, romsi i la the.r iBcvt <t>u ? Uii arofl an l wonder of the enterprising The oae to which I wish to call your atteut. >n la the aaaruio oorpa. It baa been ao ahamefully alighted by the akaeaoe id Commiticaa of Investigation, report* on its ooo dltioa, aid want of aewapaper commeate for ao k>a( a period, om la led to better* that a gallant oorpa, which baa aer.ed tta country l>ug and faithfully la all oar wan. by a-* and land, and ta now dotag aarrloc wUererer <* * tla* It living ti at last lorgottei. aa I Wn >?n only to tbe aetijuary ItTa la your power to INMaM th- neglect and ta justloe Ita long sarvioe let It onre more b* known that tt etiU ettals but In braging tt forth ohar ta ely wipe nC the rut oa the staunch old Made, aocamu lawd while lying in tbe dark during an age of improve ami, aad you win daacrve tnr thanaa of toe aeuutry if jam do not receive then, Oa the l>aj( of tbe late lam<^it?l commandant of the oorpa, it *u coaldeotlr hjped that hi* aocoeae r, being ywrnfrt La yaara. woult posaeea m>ro eanrgr than could oat rally be Tjx-ctwt iabi pre-looreeor, an I pnportloti ?!? prog reaa la keeptag with tbe age wool I be attempted But two j cart bare elapsed since itv? advent of tail star of proniae, aad vary little baa been eflected we at; I and sergeants drilling oompaulos of recralta at oar aavy yarda. young offloera receiving their Ural, aad. prrtia,*, only instruction, oo entering the aerv.ce, from nan rommtaaiooed offic' ra ia Waahiagtun. aad tiie aame systeas of drtli ia vogue aa wbaa tbe oorpa waa Urat or gan. /ed. . Urn gb it ia aot oal abaafeaai !>/ all Buro peaa irmlsa aad oar own, bui ev<-u by our voluateer m.Mtla. tor the French light lafautry 'trill. Taia la peee It.rly well lapted for tbe aava; eervtce; and yet. white the ee.iort ia bk?i of oar veaseta receive toetructlsaa at it, aad are ra[ .dly beoomiag active formidable aad in u-'ligeot eot d lera , tbe manoeo are arawa up oo the liaiierJeck, with scarce room to open raaU . an t are dr I cd d r.ag Hire vcara at tbe manual of heavy in fbatry, and octaainaally vary it, through the kladncaa of aa o'icer of the deck, who hu It cleared ap, to aara : ihj cumbrous maaa to march, allow to elbow, by the right or left 3aak, fbr a abort dlatu.ee Any one who baa ever walked a ship's deck can eaal'y \t ? difficult it M to p-eeerve thai r?g ilarity aad prama of vtep oalled fbr by Boott'a tactioa, an! the at .1 au-re d ITS ult taak of oarryiag a muak<at parpen licu lailv ta tbe ft ?b'??t - a wbUe they would raadllr eee the advantage, if mm Minded by aa overwore tog fond aeaa lor aaeiaat < uatoma, of adopting t - in tependont aa i ??aay atcu aad portal ariM ol the Uardy tactMa for lb ?; naval eervtca Two roprovemenla have '??ea mad* ia tbe oevp -tbe ^ae the rhaace Of BDtf'>rm to a more finfwlaalr dreae tbe other, the laatructioi giren tbe recralta In the bow taer and great gaa axerMav by Llectenaat (ir<en, at bea>l 1'iartera Bat aa thla latter la oai.r roalned to th ?e on drtll at that pnat the bene at ta but partial, and nhauld be eateoded to tba reet of our aavy yarda Aot IB Un tf aea4tag ?j raaar jMaara to aea in c >mnani Cf t??aty hai' Bat roc ted pr vatea. the oorp* woull be much ?iirovad If a few i.i >rr oScera witre i* -ta aei aabore to (.vethMM ioatri<ett >as, a..l p?rf.-ct tbe dv p ic and M MM) <a ao hard by racruita ti obtalt atl<?t, at the aaoae time rellevtag u? of tbe neceaa'ty of having not oa<>- tb?m >ot our yemg oflWwra, drl.led by ana i nam atoned oMcera, who however n*p" Uble tUey may be la thetr poe t <*<a. aiaoaid Ml fee MM oa to p- rlfeajj MM ; drti- a of cmoiimtoaed off., 're, and lead a oaaual obeervar to tbiak i he latter are too negiigeat to eiei ale them . wbeai the reality is tho^e wh ? are not at aea are recraltlug I from the edtcte ot the unhealthy cl mala of the peat cri ee. aa I are geo?rally too deh::ttated until the r eigktee* aanatba of ah >*e duty l* past ta aodertaiwe ener gettcaUy their proper litlea Tbe ordnance mas ml or table of alio ?a ace* f?r tbe aavy doea not reqaira marine elioera m aenoad clam | at"am>ea, nor a aioopa of war; yet ny re'?'r1ng to the ?Kvytmkter wa had aereataea MNara ! ? ng : .t I this da aa of veaaeia, la coamaad of a few m<*a *iom .a atructtoa, if g vea to the racruita aabore, w ni.t greatly advance th?ir ata idard, and wh?n iho c.arpe was oai> 1 up atodeta men fbr aea a~rvloa tbey wouli bare it j their pownr te fnrai?b ao Hera, not airaply m a who ' kaow Ibe ai iad, or perhapa have b<?n <? u*crieM In tlie cnappauy drtlt two or three I ova by a-nie veaeravle ?ergeant We do not Icaow whether to charge thia cbai.ge, ao la|nr*oua to tba miria" cor pa. te Uae Tlepaet. meet or to the late chief of the covpa. but aeo aiaarly He evil eCecta. but aa all eaperior atfic r* are aaaee or leaa real ms H atviaa, and rrgar<1 S'iga.-?t.oo? an an imp-r tlnent Inter fereaoe, many oBc re .a the oorpa who hare long peer, i red tbe ad raatage of raforta la this, as taaU aa other thtaga, bare bean withheld frota e apt easing th?ir optainaa from the f?ar of air ng oflence whoa the kladae'. aaotlvaa wera In ten del It >a on thin ar~>aat yo are aled to? aot with aay d'etre to l>apafa?a the prment bead of the oorpa, wheae loaf aad faithful aerr! oea oa title hlal to reao^i.and, mdaad. ptaee him above lllaat tired oommeat? bat that, as yen repreeaat tbe country s iatereM, yec, are moM capable of raodarag w me aaatatanoe ia wtpmg "? thadaat now ooncvmllag the a-raa ot oar uhleld. aad can -Jo ao with mire pro^etv than leaa taBaaattal wett wWaeva of tbe o- rps a?,i It te hoped Uie laiifea of its aumbera will ao' dobar tt fro* yaor neoaalnaal attswt-u. wbleh. giver la wh ;. a ,m? ra i or el will teed g*eaUy ia protnotini it? InWsst ant ?wl/-ve iraat oa the tmpreea ">a that it la a ?>aii I ?> RtfoRN (h'".?w to Poara ?The faaat'iee (Ala.) A< tvrgf .* ? t: at the oetro K v a bo k" "' Wr t>#-'a vrrae..r of * ? Coeke, of thil paace ? rtrt <a>4 - ?? Jtfl ag' a ' %t -a*4 to laatt MR, OOUGLAS AND THE LfCOMPTON CONSflTttTWN. ?I tk Charge of hk Mag tka ?f Ik* itMI> ffca Bvi* 4cbm for (hi kcfcsca - -Ik* tarj af tka Caaa? Mi Ws pabtisfced y utarday iwuMoiirf trMMt to lal port of tbe tfcirji aaada a?atnl Senator Douglas, (hit M ted con coated Um achaeac by whioh lbs people of Kamm ware dapived of tka right or voting against (ha Tmf to* oooatltaUoo. Mr Doagtaa baa had Ma alien t.oc directed to ki ^ ter, aad baa glrfln the whole charge a moat direct and ?a l*ai.4#d, denial. In Ma speech at Milwaukee, on Um UM loM , be thua deposes af Um sailer ? Aj t joi twa newspaper has just bwc placed la mf baoda, oon tainlng what purport* to ba a wiwy. diaca between a ftieokiorldge committee la Kasaas ant certain cltir*afl of that Territory. I have oo oaaaaa af laowtaf wbetbar tbla oorreepondaace la gaaatae or >ea l oti (A trotoa, "fictitious, undoubtedly ") I ton Uoked jvt the names altaohad to it, and recofntta 10 ace aa a persona: acquaintance. la thli coi raapaa ? vflnoe I aa dietlnotir charged with being the authsr af is* Lecouptoa oooet.tLt.va. (Breat laughter.) I do not biami t >*. tot laughlag at tost slalemeat (Renewed ?u?bWr ) If there is an7 statement on earth that oaght o seen ladjcroua and laugbaaie, It la a oharga of that V tad. Ait nevertheless the charge la dlstlaatlf wide, ibat I not only devised the Leoomplon constitution, bat hat it waa submitted to aa aad that I approved II, ta I ether with the piaa of aubmltUag tbe alevsry o auaa (Laogbter.) / deimt t? my t* you (hot it it fab* in mrp f yrticvUr (launnae applauae ) I never eaw the La oa>; ton constitution uatU after It bad been adopted m Kaaees by th.- Ocnv-.ot.on. and aeat to the Preaideel ?f tba Un.ted Slates for e^oeptaaoe. ' -rri? ir fHi irhiiinfr t-. uAic* 9u ?arrr_, tool ?\bmittrd i/naT <| fte- it mm f-vtea'iti to the at nut for publication i ne"er heart, h*~ conomaMl. nor dreamtd , (hat at* man on ?ar?A mtr of tucK a scheri* I make the* itoitmenU dutinct If, vfcfteW enriivtoatiem or n\eniaJ rnrrraXen. 1 appeal to Gad, ?M tAc prarmt rf huh Ue*vm cmd I h* %udvree, thai (Me chsrye u fake, I cav not m W fHade v (rrcmaodoua applauac ) I: aeema u tf lU* d^unlootjt* of Um> houth aad ?bolttu>clata of the North ar' Jetfrm'ned to bun', u. jwn by all the meaaa that malice caa invent ("Taat'a ao," "Tboj caa't da i., "Never, never,' " Vou are too mach of * fflaat," aad appiauac) New, I latent to ant>mit to you a almpW Matecneet of facta oo Ut'j aubiect. Before I left Wtahjigloti, in the iprtng of 18??T, alt * Mr. Bachaaaa'e ii.a.g Tit.(u, tlu Proeid-Ti tet-crau to Uibort J. W?U ur th? 30/re of Gcvtrao* of Kuiaaa, which he declined to aa cept. Mr. B>jcbanan eutieeqaaotl/ appealed to me to f* ?oo see Mr VWk.fr and urge bim to accept the apnoiat mmt. upon the jr-ju. .> t;.at be (Ur Bucnuian) bettered th? peaoe of KaLdaa. the poace of '-he coentr/, and the Ualon ita -lf waa in danger, an : that Mr VTalker wu the oalf tu.tabLe man la ao-irxa to admlniatar that office ta ?uch a tandture of afialra I vinlud Lm accord.oglf , and orrsd tla u i patriot to make Ito sacriSoa ut go to h ?n?a? Mr. WtCktr replied that if the Preei dent put it apoa the ground that the I nloa wia ta 'ane-v, acd that be waa tbe taan to i-erTorm tbe high cruet? -iiJer thee? circumstances be woaid not dsoiioe, but that he would never go to tnl-^M the admxjjfalou stoud |>iedgod te the pr nctpls that the oonstitutloo, whatever It m gbt be whea fjrxed In Kanaaa, sh.cld be BubmltW to the pao pie for sooeptanco or ri'iectlon. Hi< al*o eatd that bafore L? wouii go be must know dlatSMtl/ that every fe leral UBseh'tder In Iwaaaas would aid him in carrying ? it that principle. And be meutlood k lr. Caihirji, the durveyar t ??era< o4 K ansae aa the man bating the greateat power, hji his palrocage in survey Ing tbe puftiic lands. I re ported Ui*e (seta to Mr Bucbauan a^d he d^cltrad that th; programme marked ojt by Oovernor Vfalkcr was the ode uiwitr which his admtajitratlon wouid hum or swtaa Mr B'jthanaa tteu requeetod me tc sea Mr OalaouL, aha wu thca tr Waetinjton, aad say to bim that te meat act la coocei t with (<overs?r Wa-?er. I told b m be had bat ter g ve h J on orders to t^aeral Ca>hoi.n t waa la form <d aftarwarda by Oeneru Oalh>ua that the Preetdeat acttt for b.m, explain M lo ti!m tbe prrf-nume agreed upon between Governor Walaer and h:mae.f,and told htai ^Oalhona) that he a aa xnejtod to carry it out io ? " fa h. At that Mage r ( the proceed ,g? I )?a Wa ton, and rutamed to my borne a Ch.cagn. A few ' it tr a measeng r b' ought me tbe oarc of Rcbert J Walk re. aat ing me to cat; and aee h.m at the Rerere Hauas hi Gbicago t d.d ao, and as aooa aa I en tared his room ha produced a Nil of papers, and aatd that be there ho!4 ta a ? band tbe tca.^u: al addrraa to the ceoplt- of Kaaaaa, art ich be wa< guiug t?. puol^h aa aoon aa he arrlred ib the Terrltorv He further baid that It had bc? agraea U> by the Preeldeat anu bia Uabinot, aad that they had instn.Med h.m to come ty way of '"ti cago and avop aoa day ta that r.ty it order to get the aaaect of ^inatar loiiglas to It. (Applause) Governor Walker then pro needed to read that Inaugural addreea, and when he g A la thai part of ;t ta which he stated he waa authorized bf the President and b> every member of b.a tiabinat to mm that / the icnWution uoa not r.frmietcd to tA' people w not be aicjied by I iut.-d hm vfntlCer he had that dittinct Hardin) niih fkr Fruidmt am! v^tfc the Ca Hnet He rqhed " Vet," aad thto turned over h.s mau. icrlpt aud aa.d that ha bad reawl ever^ word of A i > ''-retdoat Buct^nau , that the i*rvetdcnt had a<>t>roved ef ever) aord n J sjlia'jte la It. out WfcaUnl u ??-? see >r I wo verbal alterations wblrU he permitted bin to do, ?oi be aiiuwed me to t lamloi the lUterllnanlioot is Me document in Mr B-.i&uu i o *u liaad writing (tre mtcdous applause ) Thus I had before my c ? ? eyee the unerrlrg en i it iw I bet ttia Prte lent had etdnraed im doeunuct. I sated Wovero:*- Waiter tf be ba>: tend U to the Cab'net, ami be a. mr-t'd cot the ?b )e of It. brt Ui?t be bad attunded ? <?btr-t meeting and ntf-insnd it ali oitr. Md stated all v f lie proposltiocis, and (bat e . ery tn*nb?r of tbe ( abtLBl , ri^-pt one, oordlally a p^ror jd a f it. Hd also tatd that wbra that on* member of tbe Cabi net disapproved '/it, Uo told tbe 1'realdeot tUat be wowld a >t go t Kudi>, that be would uoi col er Ibat Territory al.h u; one member of tbe administration against turn, thai Ujcretip u ibe annealing member of tbe Ikbiaet *rtll?drew bi? obiecti-iB, and they all pledgrd Urtusiiras to elaed Of bun oo tbe principle of * bmuttag u*e enstitutifm to the peop<e. ((berva. > I tbea .aforr.xd C^ven^or Walker tliet, as a ifeaa lor, I bad oo bra tattoo ta aaeurnjt bim tbat 1 should require tbe beat erldeaoe la* oat arc *f tbe caae wou'.J adiult of, that tbe oonatu t.ou to be adjft "d ta Kansas waa the act and deed of tbat people, aad that 1 believed Uat the submleetos of tbat ooasttte I too to a rote of IL? people waa tbe beat m-aos of aacer thiamins tbat feet (Criea if "Good" and cbeera ) I alau told htm what 1 waa not prepared to ec teree th< propoaitmn that tto Proa Wool and Cabinet bad aa thing to do with th" matter, that I did aot know what the Ft cuius Dr;artment of tbe gurernmeal bail to do wit* the oousututloo of karma, and that in b; opimoa the ptsjtt were to BMke It aa they please 1 ta thi flrit i nuance aad wbea it came to Coegr.e* I, aa a Senator, mi.il de*M*d Ibe beat evldi nee tbat It wis the act aud deed of that (Ctieert ) th-rfnp.nl I g?ve bim the aasnraaoe that, accord ;nt to my judgment, tbe ronai'lutiou ought to be submitted In tbe people; aad I latetded, aa a Seaa t r aol Cba.rmaa of ibe Ommittei ?u Torr'toeiet, to da mand ivtdeaoe that it had been preperljr doo> Oo. er arr Walker aad mjtrif lasted over ibe < iistieg con i I loo of Karaaa, and It waa e nced -d by as ' both aa It bad hf-o bjr everybody *t Withlngton, of all parties, that Kaaeaa would Inevitably be a ' free Male It w*s aoka iwlixjged that fi ve out of el t, if not atae out of lea, of the people of Kaaeaa were op;wie*e , to makteg it h slave Stale. and 11 naa OMMaded by u* both . itiat thry bad a right to makf it a :r?v jtate. IT taev 1 chotfo, or a aiare State, if ihey r^'Tred it (Cheera> ' Bi t. inaamurh aa we ounoaire.1 that there waa ao lar|a * a ma or It; of the people la faror of a free State, we dB- I rotaeo the propoattioa oa the euppx't'ea that ITaaaae ? would be a free Mate I ex[.reeeed the hope thai, upaa I ?r-aklaf It a ft-ee State, th^r would inaert turh elauaea m . tlietr i naetltutl >a ae woe Id K irantao the fdldlmeat ow | the part of their people of ever; pror atoe ef the ooaM4 ! talkie of tbe ('altod State-, aad that they would pot .ate " ibelr cotatltatkw aelaiiae rerilr-jig ererr offloer to that ? Mate aad erery cltlaee to lend bia aid la the eelhrceeewt ? of all oocetitatloaa: prov inw tbe Fnflt.Te >iaTj law - iael .ded (Olee of " C-ood," aad eheera ) I <1 flared tbea, | aa I do to you to day, that so maa ouitat to be per-a.tMd ( v te at aa/ eiert'oe who U aot w'.uinf to obey IliK etluttaa at the Talted Statee !n all iui part*. lApplauae.) Aad I, tber<fore, truated thet thef end oo fraa>> Uir'r rxJXit .tlon at la make M ob tgetory oo erery rlt ??t o' Kanai* to perform bt* <?b- ^ . gatteoa under tbe ooua^tutioo (tat wb.i ? 1 expreeeed ' U. i opiu >n t-j Cornier Wa kar, it una d.a'.mctiy under- e vtond thai thla waa a ineettne tar the peop'e of Kanxta to diatde for thenaflrea, and wht A er er way they lerltad , It waa to be teal aad i oueturita. / d.' <tei 4irtn>at) rted- j \t* wSftkrr / ctr ,?*? ?v iwed ft Mr. Ca-'t xtn or mt Ik* r.lt v itoi Mtrreieo. md Qm*rn~ WalXn Tt la we? kaowt, to m> Iriuwde that I am u>>t la the heMl of writtat political Irtvera /' u fme 'la/ / fa" ms-ty Uttert <f "? MM te Mr- CWheMN, to perooaa applying for ear ?ey.rg ooirart . or having hualataa wiui tbe laad "?ee ( in Kai m? nmJ ' raymmiMg Kmr- km. >Kifiif?^ ? tku m*i i lew tt' ' I in rrry aare that I wro'.e h m aw *? li ltor uptx. the wil'j >-t of politica, or Ibe i?compteo oa* | q fl:tat.oo. teeeloo of ibr Cob rent on ???. . Va.ker i-rnc<-e<ied to Kan*aa, and pebltob"d hie ta- P% a<^-..' al adlr.ee, roataialag the i^Mement that he ^ *a* artl.o wl b/ the Pre?ide?t and hit Ua b net 1" iay fiat the cooetit'itMh wonld he re ? rcted nn . ?a .t waa eubmatod to a vote of the l??>pie ffVt fV?tr *mtvm ttoptri 3?r cntw- P fnffeei a"-# it fa fbr?*, i'^fhe?ir W fh^ ?* jm}4'. I v iW e?Tr iwWanf I ketsr d af tl. i Tre men 'c?ia abm. ? of afpiaoae ) 1\e eer* aieA! Ik? n?i. ar ? f'?eil at r\<amjr , bet"' /*-ay l*r firm of i f 3k? e u>v Id- .live w i? vnamierel ierau I <L- u fv,. r. -I U br/ur? / kit k i^af :%r omrit ff a% xke ?-* . ?n <i i <4- ??'<"-? ? V ??**! W (Cr>t of ' Br are," "Dial 'a a .waa," aed at^.lane* > I dtd aot whit '** hoar, n or aae m sale ?u?n I ti^r^e?red the trick by wb.ru the people w?r* to be abeeted (Cheer*) IT TH loot late the "iccemploB eoaolltot .nr. ywn w:ll Had tbat the ^rlfl fr niC dixuateat ma le kaaai* a slave S< ate. and tbea the .xhelu'e tubai. tved aeotl *? t'^rrj fiance to the f eo(>*e lo Tote ^>r or ag*.att If tb y voted for it Kar,ssa ?aea rU ^tava Stare, ai.d tf the/ roted against II attll It wash, alave Slate Whea ! r ?-a?lec Watsjagton, tbrre iayt be fore the meet'ag of Obmgre**, t ?wt dlreetiy to the Pre H? aJieut aal bad a uik with bim upon thta^e ?abject, ;a wfcich ! \af"rma^ b tn, at a fr'MtJ, to Bend the cess?<i iiion mto C.ngreas tor snaap IS' lar.ee 1 w.l ham it was a violhttan - ?TT'rU nledge wt h*<l -n.le to the p.v>nie, a rloln tkw. of the taadSMMta: pe-ar pies of ths deeeorr*t!e par St ly. and anoint en rf ih., pria< iplee af all parties Hi aMk. ftpvbiMhl ( r<ras>eu * b. cause it waa aa attempt K for*? s cr?owt:t. tloe m an uow Ulng people Ht t'tl'T tee bM t str aoi Ui ag np.* ttia tnbjscl ttaMl we ahx<!jL_ i bear Vkt newt, U ^ hew the rote sto" i oa the ttarenLf 1 fla.se T!>e vote, toe r<-m?mher, was to be tskaa oo th^w alavt ry r aare oe the ilsi of nereeah^, Ih'ee or ?Nil ty|9 aetl v ihl* Ooov .itloe. I t"14 the l^wwj irst ?: at if f m<%i witbbo'd bl? reonmrnea latlss <.atf? th' rote <as mi- o that elauav I woe id wtlbbUd n*j ?W?ca aavsat ite mesture ? ? > *? m,J? recam-aew ? , >r T ,?? Mdfrer' that ir h? IHIwul! !-,M1 1 t V e? ?t Ihs BWrewt ll? B1 r?a 1 t<i A .. ..?? Ilk > ' ' . . M * I . ?oanaa tcSHe^*l * ^ .? .