The Local News thinks the JournaVs article on ''rotation in office" ill-tiined and not calculated to produce harmony in tho party. The Newt is of the opinión that the action of the Convention should not be forostalled, and in order that it may not in' fluenco that body it says: "We ehould be pleased to seo the old officers retained, and we ehall be equally satisfied to see a new set nominated." Our neighbor evidantly don't know into whose hands he may fall, and means to bo prepared for any event. t" Bevend republican journals are exprossing a groat deal of disgust over the reception speeches of Judge Douolas, and swear that it is very undignified for a Presidpntial candidato to respond to the welccmes of his friends. A few years ago, these same papers wero whig organs, and chronicled with great gusto "the progress" of Gen. Scott, and his reception speeches were spread before their readers in the garb oí caps, sraall caps, and Italics. It was on one of these occasions - just over at Cleveland - that he said "Oh, how I love that rich brogue, that doep Germán accent." But, then, a change of circumstances doos bring about a change of sentiments, and as their ox is being gored thoy don't admire it.