Newspaper of The New York Herald, October 2, 1856, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated October 2, 1856 Page 1
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THE NEW YORK HERALD. WHOLE NO. 7338. MOltNING EDITION-THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1856. PRICE TWO CENTS. GRAND DEMOCRATIC DEMONSTRATION AT F0UGUKEEP8IB. Ttof Bachan&nites of the River Counties in Buss Con vent ion. MEAT SPEECH OF SENATOR HUNTER, OP TA -Eituftlop Train* Niotlc Ban* nen> iilg (ion, Ac., fco., kc. for some time part extemivo preparation* lisve been I? progro* for the pa ih^o of giving great feint and ?fleet to the mats convention or democrat* announced to b? to! J so at Poughkoep-io on the 1st oi October, (yester day). rfo far as binrvrs and miuio and stand* and hicko ry pole? anil big gum* ami tlrocraokers eould b? used to at tract an immense crow , nothing was wanted. Distinguish ?d democrats* ere Inv it* o irom all partaof the Union None dght or ten steamboats wore chartered to carry the great untcrrifled of New York oily to the rtndesrous. Ai many more probably were chartered to start from Inter mediate points between tu u city and Albany. The Km pi re Club engaged two cars on the Hudson River Km I road for the special convenience of leading members and of distinguished democrats trim abroad. In one of those Mrs we noticed the fallowing gentlemen: ? Sona tor Tourey, of Connocilcut; Sonator Hunter, of Vir ginia ; Senator Slide1!, ol Louisiana ; Mr. 1'restou. n-H. C , of Kentucky ; Gen. Walbridge, ex and future M. C., of X. V.; Jaines Glancy Jones, M C., of Pa.; John Kelly, M. C., of N. Y.; Mr. Caruthors, of Ml.; Judge Morton, oi N. Y ; luniol B. Taylor and the Indo mitable Byuders; Col. Burnett, of the New York Volun teers, fu\ Senator Yulee, of Ha., was understood to be n the other car. These can were gaily decorated with fltgs, stripes of bunting, Buchanan and Breckinridge banners, and pennons of motley devioe. The ride 19 l'ougbkeepsie, some eighty milos from this aity, ?m a pleasant and exciting one. After leaving the Pall*adcs behind us, wo overtook, ever and anon, one or ?ttaer i f the many excursion steamers that had started aa hour or two before us, wun co'ora flying and upper decks gaily decorated; then we are abreast of the Sxiih Ame rica, with twelve hundred members of the Empire Club m board, and a band of thirty pieces. Of course the In evitable bra* six pounder is there, and s!ie salutes us m we past The discharge is inaudible to us at the distance, but wm mars it by the light cloud of blue smoke that rises from the deck. Eight of those excursion steamers carry, perhaps, eight to ten thousand Buchanaaites from New York and Brooklyn, and two others bring along the con tingent o< Haten Island and Jersey City. The old gray mocnta'ns around Pcughkeepalo will be startled by th<a an woo ted gathering of the c!ans. Apptoacbing West wo pass, at a narrow gorge of the river, the Tom Powell, Metropolitan and Josephine, all carrying their thousands to the rendezvous. They are abreast. They have all places of artillery ou board, and Irom I bur adamantine hps tney salute our tra.u as it de?!.<* by. This time we are car eoourh t? bear the discharge and to net- U>? waving >t Hi. s, bats and baudkerchieU in ' grrrtinr . The saiute ? n rjioDded to by tbe whistle of ?ur U.i omotive and by Uiu waving of pennous Irom tbe piattartnt of the car*. Toe company are in good spirits, and Utotaio Cynders ?a#r,"sti.'y proposes to lake a vote for President. The m earned no further, however. 'ibe fain reachea roMgbkuepsia aViut noou. There was a mounted guard .n waitiug to escort tbe visiters to the plane ol meeting. Wagons were on baad. wbich con vej ed Uie gueet s M ifc ' Ktnptre Club to tbe Poughkeepsie House There they mot J u~ge Parker, the detiooratic eandiJate for Governor ot tnis ritate, Augustus tahell add 0 tint I Ibe democracy wa? tn i'a normal coudttmn or hunger, and ti accordingly proceeded to luncbeon. where ?o?e good eatables and wine* were provided lor it. Toasts were drobk to cur future ? >voru?.r and l ieutenant Oov ernoc (,'ereral WVSri-xo alao propose! a loa.?t to ths dtstiuc'ifbed detac raw abroad who were present. After autre time pl?-?-<\oiiy and profitably spent n tbe refection room, the company fell Into line, and, h?aded by tbe Committee of Arraiu ni< utn, marulied to tbe ground. It m within the limits <? w." town ? a sort of tows i>ark ot garden that is to be? aalwas liberally provided wuh stanot booths, flags, banner* \nd mi?le lliere were not at tii* time over u huudred specta'ors la tho ii?ld Probably they were vaitibt; for tne arrival ol thu uoats and Oil) sacort oi the bauds ot music Ibe ma. u stand was at ibe southern eaJ or the (laid, at lb* :ooi of a genuy ek>pmc acclivity. There ail the hi* tuns of the drmocra, v *e-e conducted. It ?a* hanl -j>me.j awne i by tho nat .'uai bunting, and over it dott ed the "Utrs and strtfies. It ws* l! o'clock berorc the clans coma encsd to make then appearance The; were inarsliailed b> the Poagh keepi. ?Cc!? and acoor..i??nt?l by several bands of mn ate. ;u^s and banner (i?o of tbe devices werevai<|iK. One ol them represent- ? an animal, bai: donkey, bait borse. astride of a tall "ail. h:s tail attached to a cora rack, with the motio ? ; im <? at a.? ' ?oor. WOOIlT' } Save ??? traai my frtand*, { (.roe ley Wef*l. leocfcer &i Oo Tt.r t etuorrary of Oold Sp r r.p lollowtx:, but in rather araaty aiialKrt, OOD?id?ru( the pro jiin quit/ of the piaoe Ibe New'iurj deputo'.. ?n > iveeoit* two marshal* bear |>'k 't?n< b< n'K'il *?)? aatier*. do-oruod with bin* rtblHua. Among tLcir r .^.tcri a likcr.oea of a continent at iol' wtb Utu wotk */?//// .< ? ?? We keep ?U>p t<. t r.? ismk ol tb? Union The? f met the Hondo-it, wbKb gets tbrea rborra. Kkhtooui roooty vim ?>? :?r?y honored v> a couoi y that woiiM *.Te the tleoxcrtt c r*s<ildat? 1.0UU maioHty. Tbe 'teputation ot the ?K? of Albany got loar ubeera They earned a ?acn*r * H. Ifee mo(U>: ? ; E?i oj i. iwurwM'lJ 5 MAIL VI NILS AlBliri Ooi'?,ib<a county got net el-^ra? the member r.tibg a ?ooB'T* on wlih the eftha.r oar-val. 1 >ae Tat old gentleman appeared oc tf?e t-UOTortn a a wl?itn bat. voIubiidomi rhel* r ?ad b.ack ki>i |Iotm, Wann* m a nOe tad aword. ar w b two huge maty putol* in a I Irfte. We don I kr i ebetber be ?a ntcndel to I'va ? left to a n?t' *f afeota bun. ruDeoting on iMCli.T'l ' ll? gOBpr' At Ilia t;3ie. half p^' twr, the firltl proweaterf a very UT'Sly upearanoo Tberv w. '? thousands present, among Uieoi uitn./ ladies, altic ? ? be New YorVrri hvt aot u rUe?t Th? wa? a' ' ' * uwve caller! to or-ler by Capl. Xyn<l?-r?, who norrlr ??. %? f ru lidenf of the rn'oti/ig, B<>n I 'arid !.. feyn'< l t>: trry. Tbe nomloat'od wat eath - aatirally earridt. Mr Sarwora, r,t er.:ns crward. returned t ban it for tbt honor conferred uprn n:~ I'm war no common ocra atoti Y".e day and yif> eta wan for tho m.*?.ng liad pr ? i-uliar [>mprtftf tn Uk-t -e voa. ani recnmmi-O'led lh->ra trln by tbe'r a??c "i; ??*? -?*ty ntne roari* a(o tho Kai hei -> ?>? Ibe rapctN t i. d tbe roo-titnti on of t??i t*atted ??????. and UkI w?-ro bore to a*jf, at par* id I bat |krr.> s*h? rilM?,r t.? pleilge their dtvobra 10 tha fM'Ui'lo? Tbo |>lv* ?aa alao wrprojotaia in n?r? ua the baokt ? U'? Hi <U- u nuu y "I it* w'rft ;al -rf -nn? f r nm of tbe Kevviutioo mn*| rw! <? :i< ral \VB>aioRioii bad bla botu'^ua.-Ur^ bere. f: <*-j> b< r? tbat Arnoi.i (ought to bi' a traitor to ht? <?? **. W a mountain iwak >ior gtetn ?al>y near tber fct< *?? atioo'aied with Revo. a ilosar/ iDfirtrul*. H wew^,?' I tha domo?-rata from abfraa. Taey wr-M i .a?u. <U y Ifom 1 jnae tk ut, Tot Ti.aaee, K< ni'iokf and * "f t' ? ?nrt U> riatmed for their repir?eoutire? a warn, aal iatbi>?.ast?3 r.cept on A nitmhrr of p*t?< n then nominated and ap pointru oWcer* >1 Ike n*. anil a wrtc? of reaooi turn* were alt* rc|mr?<: ?. i ad?(>Ve Ihirn* the read. nf - t'. reaehit'on* tb> VmtHraditb Vepf un a tftacbaige rt in.--- pMry *a<l nu frith i it/, a 'a the < rowd, r?K>tf.uf *a a mviob dnma? ' j i onnteoanc", fhoniMl "libarty. Ivb-.rf; m erty. The Hi*. It. M. T. ?i? ? r. f'ai?o'1 ?itate? St-nator Irom "Virgiu a. wm then ?n t l"*ed |.i, ?nd fMrNMil the wmlvg Ixirinf the '1ell?err ef U-. TTuator '? tporch there wore ?OB(i ' om one ?tan?. t ?r ( it irom oth< * tnd m i-.i?, tbarrliiag, and cacri na ?,(; all om tbe i- IU. Tbe de ,'utat<oat (rotn the waiit of New Vork and Hrooklya ?l*o arrlti d * t i fi>e ?am- parlod, tn i fbr ?owe time 'otenupt' i t' p">.b Aii<-r the arrival of tU tha deieitauetu. Ike's * ' re probanly pre jat aome li.CtO portona? !???? U *i oe?f*lh ol the namltor peited Ro.-aiti M. T H nr>, ' Virfinia w*< intruder.! to tbe assembly, amid !*>m J i he*r" He "aid --Knl ow eltl. Twat ? !a reaponn# to ye .r BTicalton I appear helore you ?b t >ia f. toa.ldrrt?, fo ' i ?e firrt tifiie in my life a poini 'ar txt fibl) w tb" t tr e r?ir?Ura of my own Stale.' | havr r. l.aiii 'd bcraWMV'r. net from any want of interest la whatever coareraet' * ? er State, but from tha fed ?* that It mirht >e ar. at ntrueiati in me to oiler couatel to ibt.ii- who Ita4 *<? p -?i y t "tt*r aiTiti-r* at borne. Out th?p'e?>at 't ?i> ord uary o.;< aelon. We ha?o reacheil tn my opmina. a ?oli mi ? r ?? In pnblk- ailairf. An h?u? bat lii-.-n made whli h '? av ttrolre the rate of Ilia (Jaton ?Well Tfca pnMtr brit ' " ay be hurrtcl to roaclui>oat wbirh mav prove n the l?t( dfgree mitchlavoui aad 4*nferoii? to a!' Ui ? i .\uien. an patn ta nd ntat?aini'ii bara beet ktalWiu ? to hold dewr I nder tlow > ctm n iimre I ha?i h')i I at :t waa a datr whicb the AM'm >-t Wit* I ?"a owe t?i eat ii other, to lote-ah u xe ?i>tn >tit, ftjlty, i raakly sad e urtbily. ?>? one. tlr I ahould no be alia.1 1 '?? t'i*t fk" ?( n of tar qi . ?t -a to |h? p,?o ?' ? It it i oul?i he fairly nir' i.tej t.. t'bo.u tn l * t??n t i >y ? Jully af^abKttod a tu lh? real auivc ot tk >*U> itul ?' rear that the America* poo pta ? Ml acquainted with publlo genitmetit in other Motion* tnaa iMr ova. Tnu, sir, (? odq of the osustderatiooe wbtofc has brought tas Hero this day. I wish to put yon la a stand point from winch you may eee the Houthurn new of tbw que* lion upon the other side of whtoh yon bare beard so much. I wi*b to make a plea ia faror of tbid migfity Union beloie It be turiher imperilled ami endangered. (Applause.) I wrtab to speak In behall of Itils great scheme o govcrnneot, which ha* contributed so much to tba improvement ami happiness of the American peo ple, ere )et It may be too late forever. In exeouucg ibis task I w1?b, us a solemn duty not only to you but to my I M-lf, to speak oul fully, truly and fraukly. If, ia npeak | 1Bg or thiH greal qeuKtion, 1 should hmdl- topics ? and 1 I must touch tb*m ? which are delicate, aud should per- I i hauce nay ouytbiu^ that is undatable, I hope that much will be paidoned lor the great cmi*} I appear b store you | to advocate 1 trust that uo man will do rao the mjiis- I lice toa-M-rt that adj thing wbiob I inay say will bo said | in inj otter but a bpirit of perfect respect ?u<i klti lness u) you all Now, sir*, I need not say tiat this (treat I ??sue is arising out of the disturbed question of African 1 slavery U)oo this continent. But bow, acd by whom ii I las bt*u iormed, io a mutter ol curious inquiry H com I loeticod, fir, a long lime ago. It made Its Brat appear- | uuce in 1820, when tne queation arose in regard to the al I m>?:on ol Missouri as a State into this Union. We | are ad acquainted with the results ol thut dispute; but I how ano by whom these results wore broufhl about ha* I hi ou ;i n atter ol much dlllercuce of statement and ropre | > ?-iiiat on. (At IhU juncture of his address, the speaker I 1 wan interrupted by a muxtcai individual, who was minis- I ti ring to the pleasure ol SHime domocrau near the stand.) I Tbe Chairman interposed and said they waalod-speaking, not sloping. I lUr. lit vrsR, resuming? As I was about to say, follow I citr/ens, Ihe mode In which these results were brought I about baa furnished matter of much contradictory state- I mint It was settled npon two amendments winch wore 1 i fent down from the .Senate, one of which proposed that I I Missouri should be admittud by striking out iho I anti slavery restriction, upon which condition alone I ! li bad been proposed to admit liar as a .State; 1 and the other ameudmeot proposed to apply this auu- I slavery rv? triction to the territory north of IHJ .".0, which I had been acquired from the Slate of Louisiana. lr;x>o too I tirrt amendment in regard to striking out tne reitriction, I toe North voted more than live to one against it; while I the South voted in tolld column for it. Ui>on the other I amendment, tho North votel ninety live to live in tavor; I so that It appear* thut the North did not vote for the ad- 1 mission ot Missouri in 1820 without tbia restrict'oa. \ ct it has been represented that in 1420 j there was a compromise wrmcd oetween the I North and the Houth, by which the North consented to I admit ber upon tho conottion that it should be applied to Uia Territories; yet the record shown that the North dlil I i,<* vote for any such admission at all. To show that tbe I I North has never hoen considered exclusive friends ol | ' that we find thai in 1821, when tbe question came up lor I tbe admission of Misioun, that Mr. Mall>ry, ot Vermont, I proposed that tboy should hare this anti slavery rcstrto tion as the condition of this aJmcusioa of Missouri. Tbe I North voted twelve vo one In fa\ or, and upon.tae tinil vote | tcr its admission the North voted agtinRt it, thus showing I that there is notb'ng in the represeutation by the leidors I o! this new party that tbe South bad violated a com pro- I miae, because Ibe facts show that it never voted for tho I admission of Missouri without this restriction, for in 18J0 I tbe North matte this compromise, and in 1821 it clearly 1 violated it Slid proposod to impos- the le tnct.on upon I its admission. Bat If you Uke it upon the true r?p.-eien I tat ion, which doubtless has boon made to you before by tbe democratic party, that they voted lor it as an ordi- I narv act of legislation. this vols ofl^ul was omsist^ut I with ibat of 1820. and no charge of breach of faith can bs I brought against ii To maintain that they bad made aby I such coinpn inine tn 1820. as those who claim to bo their I part cular frieuda confessed, would be to fix upon tbom J the charge rt bad laith, wnou in the O>ngrosw of 1821 I tney oejiartod Horn any soch compromise, If it ha t boea ma le. But in truth no such charge can be liurly madf> I u/aicfct them, rbey never did mate ?ucb a compro | tuias; they voted fjr it as an act of ordinary legis- I lat?oa rcllow cillr.-ns? for I am endeavoring to I ? how you now ibis issue was mado up ? tbe I oo*t tbirg wbt?'h oocurred in ?be sequenoe of sveats #a9 I the annexation ot Texas. That can hardly have been | oi utWi red an any sectional nieasute when we come to I look al tho hulory, becanae ihe fr.ies wore g I von toil 1 (rom all sectioiu of tbe wsWortry ? North, South, K?* I and West? anti '.t is to be remarked, and 1 refer to It In I thut connection, that when ii was *<l by the votes I ot alllsti uons of UioUiilud Sut^s, a provunm was I r , j. extending lb" ol U6 M t? 't . when shortly alter wauls tbe qttcstloo Ctffie up in relation to the annexation of the territory acquired t/j Item fro<n Mexico, i^xiijiirn men proposed to extend Uat line. The question I hail been settled heiet lore o; tbis manner of computa tion. and tbey were willing that it should also bo applied to lh<" territory acquired from Mexico But the North re- I fuisdupoti this ooasion, and a new prwoiple was in'.ro- I duceii nanioly, that of noo intc Tectum It was Mtab I lisbed by the I'ompromiae snd A'ijut.lment ol' 18jU- . I I It was established liiat this principle rtiould bo api>liel I by which ihe Nirtb virtu-illjr the whole of the terH- I lory which was acquired by the Mexican cooc?s-;i>n, and I all that the Sjiith eaioe<l was the declaration ot an ao 1 cirsct principle, tb.>l t'-ocpres^ would not in^rt'ire with | ihe Territories. Tt;e Nonn excluded slavery, and it ted no right to do M>; boi js the s"o<iih lelt luel to have t?eon I spgriered by so adjiiHtment wht"4? practically excelled I i hem lrom ihe whole oi Uie le/ritory, and wbicu gave I tothmg in UcbMgt bui tins abafact jleclaratlno. I Alter It had Imvu a'-qiiiesoed w by the whole couutry I tnen the Kansas and Nebiaaka Tcrrilonal question came I up We ib? .<oiiih. said, whatever rule you ?wly ought I to be uniloiiti. W? are wtllint to etlen?'. the line to tho I T'ai i lie. n it la tuht >n regain to the Mexi. on I territory, It i* aUo right in reUu?<n to the I Nol-iaska <iu>?lK>n. Male your action consistent I ai?l uniform. 11 il b?' wrong, sa you assert, to exclude I a ~oulbern ustit'tuon from tbe I'mon by a law of i'?o- I grcs,, here n a case in wh!c? Coogre ? has pas?nd s<icn I a 'sw. To be con lf.r#l, >ou meal rcinsal i', ia other I words, that tho principle of the "ittletnost of ItM) I and lhbl should be applied to this .Vsfcrsska I act. The moment this prtscipls was aJo;iteJ it I was den"unc< d by tbe l<-ai-rs the oew I i.artT as a rw'tdl'* upon ihe \nrth. It wa* I laid that U?e ^ itb liad vioiate?' a compromiio with the I Ncrth and not oontonted with thai Un-y den .anced j these noble Northern men wbt ? ho-.e to >land up in the I viudx-atioi. c. Uie constitution acd iho cooniry? the I n?n w i hi v o<Iu atod jour reputation ;or insti*e ?nd I ffiovt iaith who woro not Comg lej? in susiamiug I ."US iuIi i * si than they were n suslaiuing tn? consu I i' Uon t-ell". ThilM- men we e dtnouncod anions jou j belnr d >ci bl?"is soil traiior? Statesmen, sirs, and (iilr'.ols were thev ail. and hstor* will >?t do iho? n sticc, and it Will do (iiM'ce to theirroai donnoratu'. party m enms lorw ird lo apply the principles of t isvce aud the const. uiti m to tho sottleme.ii or tlK ,e e*eiun? I nue-t.'-ns (' tin r ) Mr, tho day will come sinen the tu- I lure stuicot of American hi?tory will loak with aita/e iifut opos Uie fact that they bs l evsr been ciiarg<>d wiili a departure lrom a corop*omiie, or orcacb of m regard to thesi qaastlons sml be will ran! it alone *'<B wher Pr,P"l?' delusion* 1 he joi i uaia of the two housos show that th? North voted I hT tbe anti slavery onndtliou. wh ch was sa d 10 be the conditifh of Uie comi'M t. But they have as object it rral leg this charje ag amst the eootb aud ?gaiu?t the dem o< latir party o< tbrSvil. Tl??y wish to" odium I sasinlt the South and oiir opponents, tnat und? r Itte tire'e f I t "at cxcite?cat Ui?>y might divert tiie atlentioa ifthepivj iiie from the mot. -.trous consequences ot toe principles l*T J which Uu- North waa arrayed against toe Niith, I tow Lf the neds of "itb rness '?etweeo th <?. I wish to intcrcha*?? sentiment snd opiui in with you in rt< ard U< them, b^ ause )?rfi inay rely upon if that out of ? will grow consequences whtcbiwui i,ert?.u?lv aiieot th ? I Bion h wss in the debate ot lhfio ibat one ol the lesrtcrt oi that party declared, in r<gard to the alS7?ry ques I I n, there was a law ot higher obligat on than j tlio com'titotK* ,whn h prcs-Jibed P. sad which must i?e i N]i(h!, Id prdcrerM c loiiM* consul ai.o?, ihoi rlrimily I'ermrti g that, la r as the SiMSb and Its insti tntiars were concerned, th?y coa'd not be p'o leotd by *ay conititutiotial government by say i lieaiK* or Br.derslaodlng b.deneu men, be canae I bey were pro?crib"il by ibis hif ior law , and pieeed without ihe pal* ?f hi. mm lymiiatay: thi s nioeiainslBf that so I af as the <outh wa# concerr.e 1, vitero c ir.d i-1' so uvtcs be-twe* n lb*? ir??> and the slave Mates M this sublet t. Tbey could nit i n >y the g?vem ne?t ot law? tb' v would boil their fonnSlir pea-* and t, -t.|*t> only so'ler-g as they had loreetodo tt. tha' wry srO'iVi Sold it ot iv so ion^ sa the s<?*ernment m rut l erWtt i!.rtn 10 do But this I* cot alt, lor a doc.tur.e U 10 u.o?suovs as Uin could oot bsve obiaine-1 j assctt ibra woi' ?nt 'n any action of tbe commvnUv on- I !cst thiy <ould s .< teed tn n akln^ ona 'Ci tioo ol the Ution j 0 .k i, ic ite i.ikev To iU) that :hoy comm. ooe by de 1 i r>< mg ?1? < in iders "i ib" <> th, toy . alhag them an e nar hj , ?ti1 holdirg tliein up to tmtollc. contempt. The tact teat slave property, lilt ? any other pn.pert^, was cneqeally dlsir: luted, waa u?e<l to get up this exo totnon and odium as* ast lbs m w ? ir th ti- r pros'r.i' i>n e thee mili'utletia. tor the destru t '0 of their .nte'nai I < *ceaisd tnu quiliit) Noa rnrs, what eould they ?? v f ???! the power ws pi an d r the hsncs of ? a otrti , ai thrj were t( i' i r iwnon t'tbc jiatronsgs aad,iatl'iei??e I et itie t> ilerai lerumeiit rfcw w is m< alt. These shire ! in UIei? were mroi rcei' as i?s.r.ies of the hums race id: m e I ?a atef i.v Cn Mian world Vnsr own i low Ci! r? were tho.' held i:p to ths odium of me wt? I * wm Id. Outlawed under tbia higher law, w >itch 1" to fit aside Ibe cer-flliilion and all p h, r law snd trr si .* a docfr'ne under wfc icli t wo'ild be imp^s oie lor ns to c*-m th? prelection .rt the constitution W K r 1 1 obvious, g( nn it>.*n, tl^i to tli** g iti- n eicnt 01 ibe Country cpoo asv an h prii ciplea as ((???? ? ?ould b. vltHslly'to dtssohrs thi l'nio?, becauae t tiaa elclud"! Ihe .ic lli 'rom all the benefit of Ibe comti'.'i ir,r_ ^ ? ui 'd bo to pr>v laim ttal no treaty or under -tan t trc". oc I ? m."de wnh lb<m. llis h gher law ofobltga i< n mskiug It awll nd void. I know that it may bo i t I that these a "<? tre iloiirlnes and tenets of a sect whi -h are I -mal'. ar > eatremely wild n their opmiora. but. srlor tura'cfv ws nave seen sstanres of Ihe practice and iheorv ot lb s principle It wss but tba very last ae-- on 1 tent t'h< .ir piffl tbtw doctrine when Ibey propose I to lei In KmiSs* as a ?tate upon the Topeka constlintion A t etvert.on ass. mblel M Topeka. not only without the author tv of tbe existing government, hut in dadance of it It had rot the artbirlty of thn Tertltoriil I -gHlature I nor tbe Congress of tbe ( sited ??stc.les, and underio jit to an plv for adminsim! sa i Wa a u|ion the constitution whwili 1 ibey t relented, which upon IU race, waa lobe repcMed | far ten years This Convention, which wa not as emMe I ! accord'ng to Isw or with the asaent of tbo gorit nmeut of Kau-.a-:? a Cotiventbo in regard to whO'e const tnents v eba ? ne\ r been able to s?c<?rtal? then nnbor ,t coo I stitui.on wss fbtmod and proposed lo be r a ogn /nj with 11 ta>rty ; and thus to admit the .*ta<> that i', to laVi a Mate and give It s constitution sot by iboir *. ?; i . but by an ml ol tie cors 'tuti >i wlnca i ? >.. -iei|e.| by the State Tor n i ?> t< ? v .'s | - ;j- i",. ng npon ali r i' on- ol Am . ?'i * ? i * I ' adUu into III (Will IM IkllflM 1 '?? MM tiit I people ot each Htate bad ? right to establish their owe id stituUone, tad requesting Congress to r?oo<ar/o um ?o Ik>o o( a part* in a tHale, regardless or tty.< g.ivernn.eut, and cot Bobject to amendment by the poople for ies years. Gould thoy hare attempted this, hid they in.t supposed that the monstrous consequence* of these duo trwes would be forgotten la the auti slavery ?(aneaaoutr The (set Uiat those people had udopiod an aali slavery constitution must have l??en recognized without ibm trampling upon all the favorite uououa of popular sove reignty. What would be the oUect oT that principle Ui>?n the South in concoction with those dnngero'u aa.l amrmuig c octrines they have promulgated t According to teu precedent they might assemble aaywhe e iu it s*iuth< rn state and pass an the majority were in favor of it, but they woutd recognize it as a state ii the majority undertook to resist and put it down. (Here the Sfieakar wue agsia lnierru(iteJ by * procession el one of theolu>>a, but he j'MXMdty remarket that he was wiilli g to be Interrupted by the muiia of the I'nion ) To resume the thread of my discourse, yoo will jercelvc that tinner these doctrines watch they propose to sdopt, that a (convention coul I be called in sny of itte St iloi it it uap|?n to suit the advocatee of toe higher law doc trine, and overturn the exlstiLR govornmeut. Wuon you aome to take these thing* in their connection, to-'re could not have been a more fearful precedent. T > show how determined this sectional party were to carry out principled which would conQ.scato ?ur proiierty and rils turb our domestic |>eicn and tranquillity, they had d< 10 mated u candidate on the hootioual p at form. Fremont's letter of aooeptanoe shows that be underflow* that. bocau?e lie makes a dm tines allusion to the subject of tbu diflerenoe, in wtnea thoy have endeavored to get up civil strife in Urn bosom of the siavo States themselves, merely because tu*t apt ciee ol cause v. us uneiiuaily distributed, so that we have a right to expect, if this parly should get inio power? we would have j r'pht to ox ,?ect 1 rom their administration the whole power of this i>ariy would he used to get up ptrifb vitL'u tiie Southern States, not merely to set the black man agbiiist the white, but to sow sends of dlason tiou amuog whit j men themselves. Wo know that in the slave Males they cannot eftoct any such purpose, for whue men under* and the vital intercut* of the white race to preserve the existing relatious ol things. But this 1 arty would be willing to use their power, it K should be ?tven them, to ellect such a result. Suppose that they were U> oleot a President upon such principle*, and tu>u the; wtie to julmlnirter the government in that way, where would thu South be placed ? |k> yon suppose trial they woull agree to sacnlioe tlielr corslitiitionsl rights t l*o >ou suppose that they would remain in the I'nicnV Well did Mr. Kiilinore ask el the citizens of the Mates whether toey would seller the gorommont to be adtEtnlsti red In any suoh a way. It wu> an apiieal made to the senso of justice ol ton millions of |>eople in theae United States Could the South consent to restain in the l uicu iu which the constitution was to botrea.ed a* nail and void, as tar a.s (hey were concerned? It n ut terly impossible that the government should be admin istered upon such principle without leading to the deatiuctiou of this I'diou. I want to ask you. Northern men, whither tfcore can l>o any consideration in the eloo tion of a sectional "ru.luent. such as Kremont, to justil/ tlie .North in imperil uig such institutions as materially, politically und socially all'ect tlie preservation of the I nionv lielure eJolug that, permit me to show you those doctrines upon which ihc> are agitating the public mind aud seeking to subvert the social system ol the South would be as dmrucllve at the North as at the South. 1 will K.bow you that these doctrines caa 1* ad to nothing but anarchy everywhere, fms higher law pruftcrinob tlie imititutiou of slavery aud uullifie.-. the protection ot Uie constitution, because it violates that car dinal political ma Aim, that ail men were created eq<ially. We all snow in liuropoau society there U a sect which haa been a^itaiiug a prinotple that the poaseuioo of all property was a thelt, and that tie institution ol property lUel! w?n against the higher law. They havo s/ud it destroys tho equality amot.g.-t n.eo, they have charged it with leading to the very evils which ha\e been ascribed iii this country to the In stitution of slavery, II you ouoe agree that the institu tions of society are to be overturned in this way, I atk, sir. what instil niton is safes' The institution of property Itscll will be the next thing in 4ang t Let no man say that this Is a weak and coitempt'.ole sect? lot no man say there h nothing to be letred by this id st! tut', in We know that it waa a i>owerful ele mem to a laie Luropean revolution. Of all the wan that have scourged the ho mail race, the roost destruc live have been the war* of human ideas. Tue next war of ld> a* in the old world is to bo between Ihe s rttal and individual covert nunt. This institution of property iciuls to a grtat deal moro good thsn harm. Wl'bout it, toe poor would be poorer man they are, and cinii?.ei so c?-ty itacll aius' tie diMOlved. We know from Bri tish experien-e, if thu attempt should be maila to dUt'ilve thebotido: l u.oo. the ellecl will bo to drive the whitu niau out. and leave it entirely to the black raue, or else we expose the blaok rare to th? irutett lor tnosialenRe with a Siiperler race. Tl e evils whn-b have been attributed to tlie inatltntioa el ? aver y have originatc<l 1mm the fact of tbe natural Am parity betwien those two rs< es. grow uig out of Ihe eir r'ignrtaM* that rai re so nar<(iial Mmggle lor tbs>r sub riMi-mu iipno the rami roll. Tbe Intt.fiUoa of alavwrv it,i| not afgiavsti- them, but lather inodlhod ni l mttl gau-d thf it. Sinoo the early history of mau, not a naitou et tnodi ru t.iues did not uoiui/s It by law until rcc-eul'y. \?arly hall ihe states in this contederacy rei-ocmzo sla lery by tlieir laws, the uom-UtiiUoa of the I'nitod Stite^ ilrcl itcogn'xe* it. If sueli an institution I* to bs pro serial by higher Is w wlutl government is aat< .' What institution is ?nli ' There are no men save ibote a Ho live eu their pro|n rty, that do rot tell their tine an 1 U'j ir for a iimueti Aud o?<e aduiting that, it f>( low- that there must be mvnluutary servitude. Kv? -y goveinrncnt at.u society re> ogui/>es that ?orritude. !' it i.i attcn< <d by evils, thore evil* a re not diisltmlar to tb?> evil . attending Ai>f-an slavery, lint would fiey, on that a coon, allow men to get up acru^de uga.nst laborv And yet that is wlu.t aholttioniat* do in rrgard to the ^>uth. H ws decreed l>y Irvine Providence thai man shail live by the sweat ot his blow, and Uie beu that ti su and sovcmwii nta cau do s to make the uidstAf ?'vaJC< It the South, bf the msti utioo ui slavery, makes the mort of c^rcum-taaces, were t boy to be de ?OUBceil and i.tirsue l as tyrants r (No, No.) Tho aiae finipie appl.ed to tbo fie*- States, aa Weil as to Ihe slave f> aies. An Nome- 1- siuM rulurn tae cup to the Itpa o' *h< <e who had brewed th<* |cnM?n ^npjwsr iMTgt acre drivtn to thtt pvs th*t ta- r- would be a. dirMjiuuon of thu t'nion. what wou'd the North ki?c I will naioinc, hrst. it* ptvuniary r,<k, sod tu'-n its political and social risk The er pen litun-a ol .bis g"7embi<nl r< .h h .-ome HW.bOO OOfl. It thi?, nearly ?? vcti eiihths ol the uisbori cmeniH go to the Noriht i n stat'? I'his. of i 'i i ii ,wm bul an aiijn ? fdiuiate. I he North cent. I'UI-w IMrteen iwrls out ol t s'lmt)' tato. Its i.oatrtbnti-in i. >"inoihiriy millions. It theieforo rs (i i?e? Ibiilsrn million- more than It oohlribntes. thore ? ronielhlng like live million of tonnage beloiitring to Ihe I'nlUd Sate*. M this tonnage were flistrtod led by Statis, tbe North wtiult gft not three iMllirnr, while, in proportion to tho jiop'ilatiou, ' si., uld bate fi ur millions. It> inet Uahical ant inanti It' lortor j'rod'x ts/es w. re tl.OOO.CSt.COO, but il ail that j'srt ei the tra^e U>r whi -b It Is da;>i:nilent on th-- Siiath were to go south. Its producuon would be only (CO; ann Ihe North wousl there ore kwe in ibis item Ktxi.0C0.000 ot income, which t* cs arly doe 1 1 tlie t'nioa, , Hut i hsve not dine yet. We ail know Ilia! ttn olton trade a< a lissls ot system of c.rrdiis and exclisnsue, is nupaislb Ud ui the- luutj in oommen ... No*hmg b it spei-ia slliird* soeh s basis of an extensive sysle >i ot creolt-s sr.d exchange*, so thai a cotton l*Ja may be ^a.d m b<> a uo'vertal bss \nt eii tsar* Tli<' **??> cannot be laid fd any other article except ?pe? ? . Now, to l omputs the wni nt of lb? credit* bs?ei upon th'? would be be yend my i?w<-rs, Imsasf I ha e ?ot th<- aec<**ary data: but We all know tnat t must be imnKiue. be'auas we 1 now Uist th<- cotton ? rop is iohs'IN' ^uereuo the heii<flt?Oi itiat system ot credit* go- Why, m wuy ta ) oer own grtat edy, which is the Amcncsn icnu-eot trade mho ? xcliaagr, woirh s declined, if this l'a:on lasts, to >-e- otoe u.? cenU< ot tru le and ?x< hangs aud i orm its ol tbe wbOie wurtd. ( Apt>ia<tse. i \nd yet you are *kcd to swtke doan that immense intcr??t merely :or I lie sske of getting a ae.-uona, <aa<!tdate eleit d to the IToMneocy. Now, iell?w rtticcas la thna 1 omputing the vaioe of the I im to you, I hare, with> striking consnleratioas. ?a!?l iiotfc'ng i f lh?- reosrai ["nrtrat.oB "t c ommen-s whu'i tlw dts-ohitiee ef the I'stT wouM occasion. I ba\e said t .Hi mg of th<- everts wli'eh may a r -mrany it. I put It o? the mo I tarorshle ?ui t<?itieii that then- would o? a |eac(at;? ?e i r'.mdfv diaaotauoa I hive thosm yon iLc immense lots i aouto ew*i' li would be harn t.. , i msie thr nsre '.ee? of tlx right of free intercourse between al! the fta*?? of thi' cotu-deraey Bill in order It, ?, ?? h those msttrisl advsntajf -i to which i have re ? rred to t:gnie. Vc t*v? only to C"Ostder the 'actthat ti e cel.' i.? >iati tf c whot- property et the l nue l States, t< al ac i i'< r< Ball o be t;t? (KKl.tuO. W hen you coma to see bow lir e a |>o^ etl?* iH that i? line M ho t Stca eortr l i tr to tbe .V'irth, is i( tw?t ohvte-ig iftst \ 01 l ave to strike down tr< ?e tbsn soy t>eor>ieev*r i!mI ?ti ke ? lowr i-?!tir< , fura cotiidfv ^tsu, so itterty woethi *- Hut ?b?iuo ifcet s?k *vn to -so ii iMnt ?i a. r"'w"r ? tb-i ^t i f m it. < ed U s Vnrtt naa peU'ical j * r soe i.- se sow s sent i?. u,<: rets.'i si.e bss a *"?e u a r 'V D ? H? M ot R.-per-t otai.ves snd n te I fors Coi i.'gc f.r? ihe fieae' to eoi?W"< ever) hn ? ol 'be ertmrrt. >e ? r.f as choeco* lo wie? t iisfy snd 'necerately . in thus w?sM ng tfce power i .< Ji" ? i m< rt is string. i..s t.sruv by owe i-engtfi, l i t strong by ihe trtus'tn ol b?ro nn<-ctK>s ?r'ih tho ? tiver. Ir ti c event ol rei aritiin ihe c? rla<nlv wmikl to that eatei i. 'ess p. ii al power It he se-nrat on were host, e id id'TM th' e*? to the North W" Id I ? M il iri re seriro*. I k*o? ft low ettl/i i f it .'-rn* of i' isner1. ol !t' art^trae pa*ty. tnawioj. v< *y a^Uttial 0 ',r> i'f thur tn. eds aid loll?w?r? w? si b" ?? ?ri:-: at il* tr met ??iie ' th' t,?k to wlii 'h th' ' *t-re i led u>>n t ' c p- . hr ? rip. lor the aako I'f I ? tmg s -I nn'i i-t that if e South 0< llil ?ot re ? 1st SO-1 l.isl it the -evil did n s-* , fh woti'xl be p'it i!< wn sb<I t n idar -il. Ne* ellea .it 'ens fh> South sunirifie''. ? tu? ti?* 1 the '.s-l i rr*ns te n millions ol * r>npulslloii Slis pr. *H* I. vcnmbir* twelve mdlioos The cover si)n tif > ii are reii< * ot comrs< t tsrrttory Not s State of that coBtrderai y but can flod tt* neare?t niute t'i the r<rsn tiiroi;fh a -ister Stale and # it U> be mpwe.t that f piee>pii o piseed i snaot maintain a sepsi alo .-xir neo ss*'rn crwi f^itiiir la ih^se a jiorllon of our pejolo n.y ab. ' ttat cculd not do Itt No, rtr. Tho klnl of at 1 ot 1 ahich ihe A m lie? peep'.e la made preclude# ihe '*ea that m - e h an evaat, tbey coold not ?alniain a ^epa rtt' conJH' n Rv.t let nt suppose that the*" men >re r ?|,t ac that Ur ^outh caa not resist lei ttssunpose that the North rn ftate? knowing they hare the piwor. no I'f r de?"?n)ine?1 lo one ii, sraat to farce the !- in h in pas under tbe yokal Aad sappoao the/ i . t. do i then, air. where would ymi be iod ? *te ui provision tn your rnwmtttotion f.?r rui n* ,i ?rt atd ds|^ ndebt province, yon would hsve to i hat m vu'ii m ni of rovrrnweat, jpis wmtll hhve to alter . , , , i i t "i Hut snptNwe yon did io th'l, and *f , that i haage inr thai purr**# -w'isi I ( i Tti -re l?*d tbe two race#, sl-ln by side ',n mj -ante goil, oue<i?*l id condition, differing n ph/ or

gauualioa? what w aid yo a do with Ui? blank tveoV Would you taru both raoea kjoae together. We k<i?W wtut Ubr elleot might be, from Uk expert mwj'. trieJ ia tbe Wt?l lbdic? Uo you suppoM that In that ? >it luur. rr thiLg? the white man wou <1 May In tbe Hi'itu 4 > be on *ti tqaadty with the nefro, whin by hteppiug o vor the has be be equal to you t Why, )oa would reduce tUo wboio Southern ;JU4en to one psol Jama oa ? o a? mighty Negrithb?the (Trent country o( nogrodoa*. wnwo tbc toresto encrtach up ? tha oceaa, and wn ere c. vlu od moo rotiirajg to a sUte o( barberum What would, then, Oecomo of tbe Kroat comataroe ?b?"i uow contributes *o uiunb to your wealth and power' t-oae, sir, gone. And with il would go all of those adva t tuges to wliloh I h* >e been referring a1* watc.i would tie lost in tbe ettut of a suparatiofl. Tboy wroul l go, not by feparutioc but by extiacuoa, Cor you txnud out togiu-h tbe circunoetanoe* on winch tWn comaw??oe bad exited. What would become of your ra^l dimh lactone* wbicb now enM on IQ 1 raw rawtorial of coUoa, wlit-a you hod thus dried up tbe chief joti roe of p o duct ton of tbat great fabric* Aud how would it afiVot your political power? Why, iuatial of wliluiug a g? romrueoi si' tnj; by tbe stro&gtb ol e%o a SU'o of t as Onion, you would only bare the posror wblon your own Stall's give you, aud winch would uuve to be iitcntlcnd to whatever wan u corner y to keep tbe South lu to U diyr&.ed position. Due there has been another result co?.ti lorod a possible It has be?in tatd that It thi.) republican party were to g j? inUi power and adminiHt*r J?? government i.o this priuel p!?? which iio tar aa till Sxith Is ctmoo'Uol treats tit ?? as outlaw*, wmch sought t > get up d 3 neat., -oar in tho bosom < f Southern society Itself ? that tho South wojid still submit, und not make oveu an atunvot to > om<tt Lot tie Mupponc, tor argument aske, that to so so, al though It 1? very contrary to ray own oplm >n. That sup position would cxnstialn a section which lite power in this government? i early Que half of the Senate aud a littl" less fbun one th*rd in the Mouse ol Representatives and in the 1 icctors! Colle(:u and do you believe tan when the South Jrnt discovers tbat tbu government is to bo made an instrument of oppression and disr;raco, ?he would seek to strengthen the bands of that govern mint ' Wculd she not naturally seek to destro; tt? How do you suppose tbat, witfa obautolee o'thls kw d in the way, our ropredontatlvc government could continue, even through a period o' four vearaf Xbo Qr -t edect ortbus ut'.ng soctionai power would be u moral dtssolntion of the Union. It would nti- solve tbtwe bonis of affection by wti>-h the States are held tog<Uior. It would rtewtrny tho principles of tbat conhutntiun on whmh tho I nlon wn tormod. fno eU'ect would be ? whetbtr tho S?uih tesist vi or ujt ? that tbe bond and Tree would fret therasrlvus asunder. Now lor (be moral aud ooiuequen'* ol all Ults a?;ucnont is that the North ban an Immense power la this government; tbu that power is constantly Increasing, and will coutt nue to increase, if it bo used with moderation cud .iutttco; out tbat you cannot abuse it for purposes of Injustice aud wtong without diminishing your political power, ?ud exposing tb? peace of ibo whole country. I etlow citizens, on what consideration la it that you are asked thus to expose the Ihilou an 1 tho Constitution to tbose great risks ? it ia not tor tbe purpose of giving the patronage or government and the spoils of to crrtain men. Thai ia too |>oor a view to take of such a subject as tbat. No; It would be for thi purpose of briEKicg in Kanaas aa a tree State. What is tbero in tho |>ree?nt condition of things to which the North should ob|(ctv Tbe prtnciplo ol.the Kansas- Nebraa) i bill leaves it u fair qut*l:i.o of colo?iza..un between tue North and tiie soutb Is the North afraid to test It In tbat way v Hup it not at least an equsl chanoe with theKouth, and is not li st fair? No one want* to force elavory Into Kv> i as, but a great many boast that they will force slavery obtofK-u>aa But iu point ot fast, so lar as the Que* t'on of Northern p iwer u rnod, the admiaa;oo ol Kansas, eii'.ier as a free or slave State cau hardly allect ."'rrtberu |.o?r? r. It baa a relative superiority now. aud It increa-i. * with each cec&ns. l/>ok at tha territories. I bey will como in now as free State*. Look at tbe fact that the imputation of tho North ? nuifsa tbe Know Nothing*, winch Uod lor bid, should prevent tbe immigration of lorei ,'cera ? It crease* mere annually from the immigration ihau the ? bole amount ot tho addition to tbc necro l opulation of lbs I num. Now, under such circumsiau-es, ta It not ob vious that the pree ut superiority ? in point of political (K>wer ? of the North to tlis govornm>'nt must continui ty ttM reaee If things are allowed to stand as they are? If toe < oostitutleu and the I'mon continue, this superior*. ty of political power mi st continue It is pcrfecty cet* n nothing can int' rrupt it or prevent it. Nothing cm shake it escepl Ibeae ? u> use your power for soo ? Kiual ajnt oojest pur|K*?e'. Rut that use of oower may, | in the- end. endsngt-r the whole? and 1 te'l you. tl' pir ^ttt?'d in. it iraj ileatioy thr I niou its< If. Why yon could cot hold ten nniiiotM of |*cp!c in xunjscttoo anywhere ?<> tie Culled Slates uuder such terms as there. Our forefathers ?ere not three million* of [>eop|.-? aa1 u iistMirg lor tlx' inost |iart of rlavebmdtni: com"moii cii ??t that? and they re?i-ted tbe |>o?erof Hltl*h crown. Vou may r? !y u(*>n it that nn n itljn w.M fln I llsrli capa ble ol raltng a i*o,j!e ot that strength, plaoed a- the xsjiIk in neopli' are piacwl, if they iJlooae to reaist. Ar?l that i**y would rraut any attem| l to admiuwter llm rovemment in an iinjost an<* seettowal manner, Kbitjo deny th< m tlie privileges uode' the con-titulion is patent to every mau who uyder. tan 's human na' ire, ? bo Know* au< thicg of the fe?-iicg of an American free ?nan whrrevtr vou Und bun all over the Union, sv ib or Notth, l-imt or West. < Applause ) But lellow cd /.ens I with tins nikller to be imori>scil rpoo yon l hat If the North pursues tin |Uan proposed is standing by the cmi-titutl'iii aiut the I'nsm as Is iirgi^l ii|s>n ynu hy tbe great di tnoemi"- psrty whi - 1 hoi is ds re: tmi-o ail over this vast cooteder:u y. ttion ;.our advance In )V>wor is rrrtain and sure. Tue on'/ Uung that can ri^k or 1 1 anger it to follow tbe eo'jn >u of those men who cla m to be th<> |ieeultar friend of the Notlh, ai d the opponerts of wlavery; b-u who wo ild im.wnl, *i d perL.ips dcatrcy, tbe i.moir Is tbc S ate of \>? 'i i rk to be x?kod to cs(M??e herself to eui.h ri as u. nl What Mate in the Taion bas to mighty nn iBterc t Ui its pre trva'jou and contiouancc 1 1. ik st jour own rreat city, rising as it does Iroai i aborts ot yon'lrr b-ai.tiiul bay, reachin; .na hand to ti e oc<an aud tbe otner to the laicea. and gntnenng wealth with both Not a wind can blow taat does not war the ri:h trtbute ol ontusrv* to that ? I'.ieea t'dy ol the New World, troin *0114 i.'Unl 11 mi* or fr?ni seme nelgh^irinf stalls. 1 ven hesanwi* ot ai avan, ?uica h?>rur>i> tiie arm ot in "1 11 ry ei'en bcre. oi-ens 113 lor ihe wealth of hyp;r Ix'-eiiti rrg -Hi* and unft><-|?? the An t'c and Vti'.artW ?lo-e lor lier u."e. Ikmw nothing lu the dead elites of the past? Clothing in ti.t i^plendois l!ial weri' the rich crest on of t)rtei ? sre tioiliiii - ,a lite history of pr or pa" u'i' wori t cr lit ibe new, that equals wiia* I h, hen. w ill bs ih< luture l ommercti 01 Uiat city, ii this lrii?n nnd tliui country iha'l sn<iure ipt'lnnat fbitiu at* llio things which vou sr> naked to Hake on tho result of tin "'cettoi. yellow ettitcns, 1 dsclars to yoc that when I loon at the cr.'^enncttfA - of thr* and artion to wlueh yoq are urged, ! ma lilted with anxiety ? col bec.iute I do not believe 1'iat ibe pocthern Statex cuuid md woulf protect tbe 01 ?? ivesjlf tbe fad,ae<v>?sity^lu/uUl t?e lorcM i.p. n th' m, bat b causa I b< p< to >-ave the tiraat I nt?n. aau wiah to pre ?? 1 vo this tr.igh.y -chean' ot human governuunt and bu mi.n b?pr ini ? , he,auM' I am I'ttwilltng 10 see anything iintsteitf>aiily iiowe to peril and leopard !?e both. My riiuatrymen? ftir ?ou are *uil my <-ounUymnn? those Run bave not yet ol>Uuoed U10 pow?r 10 otti I sw me sed to exclude mi- a* a pirate from *?,?? commnn oo aad irv ndfbip ot tbe <1 the I'tiM State. (A ? owe, "They never ihsll "') it s but a few moatbs vlrce Hie ia*t anniversary of our In ti pendeio e rolled over our h? atbt The ,un o. that mom let-' "l" n tw<aty three million. u( people who uatt ? d with thentselvui at maay at the eiements < atrial gr atn<'?? aad nvivale tiappmers aa were ever ooaabme* in the same number , of joopte. Tb? country wa? */ lor red with the rieh 1. "onmect . of onr adurtry. whtrb would aeem to bare b<?-n directed hv a skill sn<l eaeigy alrno I fi-perbuman I air town* and stately cities mote on the .nn?s ot yo tr naer* and on the slvove* of your soaa. The laad ?milel with happy bnate<tead ' wt,vu: seat tN-.r ftnoko "p as in t ? arc to heaven from tailllMi* ?f bowboi-i dre? oror t'e land, lighted on s> man f alt\r?, eon '?rated 10 happtaea* sal ail Jcme tic nv?. J he bi.-bajjdman went forth ro sow til t ??ed aad plant b.r tree, in the liilleoatldeih e that he or hie detefndants ? I uld father IS fruits Tnenariaer ploughing tbe *ea ? ? kid prm dlv aiott lothr alr?p*w an I itara? t'i? emblem o i ftiee and p?ot<rt. n Tt>? yent e mf'her resit- ?.| ihMt a man ehild was torn to tlx co sirr, becsus*- ?he knew tbat when be arnvtkl at T*W oi dlserelion he n mlit takr at p<ea?ura aay or. oi a thuwutud r^ala n t: is happi uvao whi h wn ?; ' him tr. wealin an * d 'i.oet or Tb-- aid wv wtlhag to cioas his cyol and to iiee?cr.' to tin gravi in psac*. Wtlk tbs ceaiiieaeo tb?t hk ehildren and their de?cerd*at' w .uld ?r oy tb air ?? ? ?< e wtu'h he wi.? leavinr *? a p'-epnual r her face- Kn- tt?? m? ve tTi a hat, **1. ?f ib-" great KlwiM of Uiinai ba"?,'ii' it rested on ih, tbat our iww,d< wi r-* hviag, a d ha-' com ntte I u- !lr? under tbc '-OB' n,.wi? 01 tue I'ntted and uaoer ibe equal U. w* wkkl \t engeo ' rd. f r- t'-.i e? tho eonliene* rt-fio-el 0 th? h ^it if l iipttnd ??ere ol ift re ot ev*a other Met lb- ">r t? r.t has crept into ;b'- ?r?t oi ite f >.h t (A v .we ? We It *n.a?h his tH-ad ) We und'esttnd Ihe n-e -ot of tli.> ? etien. Ihe wrpent kaow? that to scatter tir.ii tte ma* l.-irv; coabtVrce, sad he bas b<-e> bn?< *< hi? w?'? low W.g U><- mutual ccatld?-n(e which sir p uple reioa.' ta ea< b other may iiietsin these fei aiel s'mult" t i>bow not put what I dp 1 1 ?>|. wkea roaddence aha < I ^ajd- ar thi v tran*' work of I. ' i man society wid go with It. '1 h? ?kei?Wn ootfne may ifct-id r?maia; hut its hanwai 0' ? roK-rlm will lade sway Tt? bet ity ol if* pt iporiKiit atU be lost. >1* gra 1 e of mot nn s-nl Its c arm et life vil l>? 1 < msi eXtlMt. and whrre will tli. r?- he s^,v |*>a er, ?kor ? t power dtviae, thai ran caussi Hw^tWiiiy banet to II vo rtgale I ? now wit Rid Ihts I do know, tfiat d tber- he any reyoacraUM for rat oa? I -uat bare dei ayed or fur roc al syt^m* thiit have he I 1 ome r-Pete, huiran history ha* not re?;ordet it Viw, [ ii ;hiw nl -on*, it lato rpswrr, d ? in tha power ol ' 'f ? cr- *? etrpfra !*tt*e 10 save iiw country irom ail t'isso | p.rlia. We'll do tt. ) la it not time tout J ripened by a sense ol common rtasger the g >o<t s> r ccn?? rvstrva mea of all parties hod n?tw?<t , ?e U-er tor the punwaa ol savlag the cottutry Bu If Eo t-neh oavm as ih?? can he lirmad. ih-a, fe:k?w citl? ta, the democrats of thi* I mpire !*taio can 1I0 the wc,rk. To accomplish that plonoa* task, goo 1 and true me- ir.' I ftrlka at once, and st'ik - lng?|ii -r Toey met 1 b >? sp ttteir sq-^res th?y mint re lirm lie r ? st? ? aad they m.Jit d ? this al one* !d mm . . n.. .p an 1 ra'ly ro'in 1 tha Hag of it* c -ntit y? not ,tt nv .l ist- urn net wh? h ba* been llstnemhe ?d d itfir y 1. . t f star but the "ag of onr <a?h ' ? ant of . t n *h-?? etsry Male 1 1 pn '? it' oihl -m, I virvl ch few heart ahonl.l hvmd ft- a,. ( t *1 i-r-tn t0'.c0?ta-' h tin* f lot wn t as k ther* I -t . '.r AivtsMa awom lavm It ?, 1 a it do t-i I Ar ? " - vimmrt ?f I?? lUidJo ,r I0<* &?** fro* a bill white the otter ? Joiur battl on tbe piM I o are uoi whetuer K?hia? ch.ui ? to Mimwim *r whether Konuan* ome to Kau.iw? the 1' army utuat aot, lot the sake of U 'tar lUelf. bo eulftro< to hove ctte<*?luDS (Oboe*.) fellow otUaeiw. lb* rreat closing strugiilo or too lW<dn Weoerj war look plane at Yocktown, la my iwtive-.Stalo. it wat> a New Yorker who l?? ttrt ????? uf tbe Ainirl cm column of attaok on toe Brtti?h redO'bt AM wt won then nay be mw put w panl bjr ibis civ : m test New York u the Empire tttMe Lei her tafce Uio U*e again. ned, tar as her ga'iaal column adrMMM, rubt behind tier ?be wld hear the aturuy tramo uf the treat democratic party of the couairy, b r> tiur up lo saver ?d<i w a.d tier. (Apilm^ > :'oll< w ditwoJi. it the battla of the "yrarald*, Nai>> ">u t'rfd bit troop* that lorty ceuiuriwi of the pmt !<) ??: <1 down tipoo their ceeds il aunt. I t:*w>t say h?* ui*i?y coia.iriee, that aoff lie hidden la tholcvuibte depih>. ?r we I fnton*. may have U? look baok Willi prh* c had gratitude to tlie liappy result w this ot?'.l contest. Sir , thore b?ro been many we'! fonght Held*, whsr? the coulliot cm tmae4 till they flooded wist human gore Tnore have l?oen bard rouglit buttles? D4UIob ?> bard fottght that whole armien have penahod in thorn ? uud yet they have N*-n louoeed by c?m*e.|uene<* ut.t tun ho tin poet ant an tho-e whioh may follow tiudoi'/il druggie -bloodleBK as yet. Uiourb it oe. It is nam to no a time honored ('Ut>luiik in tlie^Hrttish army lo a'l *w evih repiment Ibat Oas tli>lingui??hed lined to :imorl>>e on its ;i?g toe uani? and date t>f the buttle. May tt l?e th ? glory of the democratic column o1 this Kmpire ti&aUs to tUHoribe 00 >U banner Uie (fat" rt lb?) (iri? M' itd?v in Norombar 18?t, in commemoration of tbelait uiai it emerged Iron the at or si and woone or batile hewing in iw arma the nacred ark the constitution and Union Folio* otUatna. I Lao? not what the roeult will b?, but 1 ?|L1 not pi'rmlt my noefim to harbor ono tbo>i? it of lea'. I I'laoe mv triiat in the great oonsorTatire a <m> oaiio party of the Uuloi<? (applause)? in that party wbi< h lian Rhown iU caimc.ty and dorned Itulf auf ciently high to take in th>: w iote hori/.on or a naottonal qnehtioti ? in that party which in all times of trul aud Uitliculiy danger to thet'oont/y hau ?rer interpoaed, una be? n alwajs true to the I'uion I ktiow that there buve been ixhamodi wbeo it La', beeo dfltcii^l 1 havo myfcel! aeen It n-turn irom the Held aomekinca with . > llrokra wiuarin aiul l?*uuora Mm, And iheraaeWui Itaule tiuwrd and worn. Hot 1 hi*e never aeeatbat party brokya ia api'it *s yflt. nor baj it over been no broken in raoKt but tba> it oould ano aid rally to the charge in um? to ?avo the country. Tbe peril may not yei be inevtiable; and if at the app oaotung election, on which ax much deprnda, the ship ot Sute can weaiber too Hlorui, she will apain ride many a bilkiw, and will be ready to Uke h.<r world wile voyage to tij'read Amor can inmltutiouK lo d-.atant laurta, aurt by Ibe mere mllutcoe aud force or a roo! e??mpio pive 4 new impulse to the advaQomfltit ot tht? huiran race Can it be that lor the *nke of paltry conaidiran ms and private views woebould fail U rullll our <*t?mny, ?o por lorm our lulgbtv init-won. aod leave tii? w?u>lrou? lale of human greatness all untold Sir, in the revolutionary war Uit re ?i< bo purpose to whi.-b Wagliiuntou adnered with ho much tenacity as lo thai oi iioliiug on to the Highland*, w u to preaerve the tluc o. the Itudaon. It waa a great HWategi^al line by which he I c uH romrotinieate with tt>o whole cou&try; and oertaiclv he npared t>o paluj to hold and inaiouio it. He planted It thick Willi bayonets, and crown til t? heiphtt, wbeoevor be con Id do so, witn cannon, ir the Britl?h ?el/e?l a poet wlneb tbrea'en-u lo endani<er tho line, he sett Mad Anthaoy to ?torm it K the Br.tiah attempted to rc:-- another point thro ieh Ireachcry, he lung tho fpy through whom t^e t-tiort *a? made 1: he t?ar?-<t ibat Iboeo mho were rmnnin^ lue line were rclaKlog tn tbetr eijfrgy am' wau.hlulne- . be foil' I'utnam to tiUe care ol tbem well ktowi >g that fc? would ne?p all wide awake, ir they organized an expedition to the Ncrihern provinces to take uie line in the reverse pie wm wi ling io ha/ ard tbe last man to rolain It. Amid tbe .iark->?t boura ol the Heroluilo?-a?uidat IU de.tixwt Mill juiuea and diaaftrr* ? he aiwajs kept poaaewdon oT thit hoe. KelJIow cKi toi, in thli ' ? vtl contoet It miy l>? it I II a great otraierical point It may be Mill the line of the V nlon (CheorO *hn 1 get back to the "Old Itomini xi," I ?batl be a?ke' iho i ewe rrom the great Linplre ?ttale Whit t,h*n I a?y to tbtm? Pbail I ?ay that I h it the democracy In po*se? ??hki ol the htghian u'ti. aod that Uey moan to h >W on to that poution ror tbe Tcion MhaU I aay that thay inevi 0 d. und it tnd koep po -o fhion or it lor purpose- a< higU anil holy ?? ;b?a?> whicu Indued W*ahiogtoa tJ to t with ?o much tenacity1 When 1 tell them th <, I imnure you there will b? nnveeu handa, which, It th> y o?o do no it, ore will be l;!ted like those of tbe proph. ? at old u jl.aveo. aeklng : >t a b!e?*ln? on yo ir oil -rt N^rer war u.ero a time lo wbtcn io oiixh dv pun -i-*! ou 1 1* rubt ik Hog, jubi condu' t ??.d con xrvative principle* o' tho Kcnheio ? on of tho ccu.odcra'iy ^ir, i! U?e North chocne to con.-entra'e It. the? huo t'.a l"W> r. ^ he qu?'i turn them i?, whether ibey WO wllung lo concentrate il lor Uie purpose ol u?ing that '?o? ?r t'<r ne? Uooal porpi*e?, at sath ha. aril* a?i I have deiicnoetl. 1 will not, a. a I canool behen* ii Aa I aaid b-i >c pot my trust ia the great cooaervn^ve demo -ratic. pirtv e- ihli rmmrv. Neatoa^r I'rovi.lenoe I put ra? tru.l lo the people. ?ob? way or oihrr tQey Live a'?t)i . ,, r:*ht, and liiev wi'l d- ?-> 1' H?*c|m ph l !,?!! Ibal th?re w?- o HIM -i. ilm .? Igot tad hi d what I ??a unable to f av, that I teir I nave been : I mm idle ret>etiuon In the e:...rt lo k?v ih ??e lhmj? mai v ti which 1 feel are yet onoa'd. B?i I inuat n > en -r.i^ j any turtberon vour nm? an I. wttl c?ji iade by th . .wm ? I you for tho kinofUMt an.l au-in.oa wiili which yuu ha/c ifUnedlo mo. Tbe meeting w lurtbtr aiiilietMil it the m?'n hUh-I 1 l.y Mr J'ri ?ton oi Ky., Mr. ' hur< n arell. o lt;ifl?< n m< mber* ot Coogirr*, and .In lge Amwt Cfcrkec, it? ai? cratic nonimi-' lor liovemor. At one or tho otber aumda lit*. WalOndgo ad lre?.?e 1 a large audience. lie waa .-rected^wllh bear. y m r?. as a dem x-Mt c ? andiuate ror Coegreae Irom New >tk *.i<-r lh- !>eer ing had ->.i'Sl?!ed, Gel oral W ?| nri-tty ?ayio!? t?? it ever there wa? a period ia the l ^tory ir the co utrr r?.)iiinrg all Ui e nahooal mm to Mand fi-m. l?iat p-'"*d waa tho preset? not, said he. fr m ary ftar, I eot-rtaia o tbe d>'voh t!oa oi tn< ?? tov. ,. . :n ?in, or tv< ovr ? hrt.w cru>m gk?r.. ?? Vnloa. for since th? adoproaot ino ronat ti-'i'OB there etvrr ha: he. a an hoir whoa, th') In U prill of our political exiMtnteai gowranu-nt. h?*l>e. a n u>y real peril, hut we waoi rep?>o. we want io ?iwJ a I ag'.tat on. and the eo-mtrr *h m- 1 be ?? rm t'?-1 to n . ve harin.':..oi ily ecwant in !u uaparall'lei' nrcer of pi lotoe- .? uaul it hal efl wtrd all the <reat an I beoJcNit ohteeia or which our l o:on w? !m?e I. I heiiare. *a>d I fcn, that call only h<- e*#ctod hy llie?uccea? of our il in n j ii"'# at Ibe ?'ng el '-non (Ureal appla i?o. ) 1 lien W. Stated that he hoped nil loOal <;U- kHoim^ w.ihM I b>- ?(J|iiat-d In New Yorfc, on. I that wo woi d pr i nt a united party In th? coming e iijloot lie said fie should hiiva trRny opportunities between or w and the el-e? on o> mrniBg it>? Democrats ?i the nly of .'?'"w > or k. for bn ?hoehl catvi-* the Third dl -trlet raosi thoroughly, as be d^lred no man's voU ailerloe folle-t invo*l.g? tlotoftbo principle* be ci??r40?*J, and '.lis c*aii<leare in tho maimer in wnirhth we prinoplM would l?e upiMM An the i.oneral lell tho aUad throe ohe -rs wee# f ven b m ss tbe nest t ?tgrewnan from Cio Third ds titct; etitcrn sboutini'. 'There gnee the people's clioi e." Tbe to dlipir' ) twut ifio'cb k A ge?*t crowd cam*' .act to V s York by the train, amve?l aboul eleven o clock, hi t a much larger line" came by the oo*t*. There wa? no disortler or d ??? '*? acre ibroojhoot tlie flay *om'" frtfvkwi * rr work, and relieved a giod many ot the uiiiorr W ?l Ihe* loow change A nil *1 sf U*r % andalla. Otlll >AVAL CO*r.?: liVHPBMI*. fo?tw?.-cT*, S. H . Sept ?. ??W. C',wW?^ d' 1'isV-rf Stmtn Sk so*";/ Wo-' 8Wlt inffrwm fhti+UlfK* **4 Arrirml it /*!*? ? m Oft C'*-'? TV?p m CHrm? 4> prrrla'i of !?' ?anrf<r? lk>m"4r l Ik and? &?%.& wi n I hrt?. Ywt' r>*y- t? thi twf M Ik <rd P?,it ft? M. TV fated - tales Moop oi war Tlkllia, Th>-nai R. r.oosaa coatsssner. arrived at Ac ?a?y Yard th.s da/ (Vofi-lay). forty two <lays from Pi rieleiv.. Tbe *ai<daha'wa? ^-d onl at the Vhtladi-'"*!* ^ary Yard, and wrrt lu eetpBilsavm oo the WW of 1-M. iaihfi? '>om the >oe node' the re?i>?ad ri Owe nc?nder totn I'ope. "o ??\? the last in.iia, C*iaa aiel Ja I pan ??toadrnn harvh i, in the same ?ear. Not af r tr? "S ?h? ?lat ?a % time lo ?? erm">ouy Ooia ferry oe O's f.rst trip to .lapan. ibiraN irom vla-se in Inly ft* I4* | I CTo?? IsiaiKl 1, the ren^ err is o- th? ?^oa_!roo et t^ctejag U' m'et U? tommti'lore there In thlr. however, \ 1 ?pt- l op* was: itsvpt'Mnir. toe oa ib Ha A*>? ?*' I a hen wrhm s days sa.l o, N^ia K?ng, he lelln a*t. the Is tied HMUee stamers H.i?.|iieh^t>aa I a? it M*?le? pi" fx n?" Ke?' r ? V '???Vl >? stuit 0: I comaioUort wry *ll?? fvumti sahif* ti ?? l .o.H s was orOtied I |. .io#i- th- t >0.1 .<>* <? 1 e le fsosn e f niW Wlft lM ilWH-s war Plymomh an t Mttis 1 , er nK Hk ? w-si? ? < -nisi' ti 1 - r* i?w ii"0 e* lt.? > ? ,1 , ? 1 lc ft.-'e - .? ?? .r.-et-r . ? i-w ' srd og ibs.a .? p<* tfd i.mi 1 ? '?'?"?'at# ?;< ?a tht 1 e newer wr-V ?n' .xi ?? wit ' e. -!???? i r th- hae of ( \ ?. 1 ?? fi mm In One lriami, the MwoAoa^sn and ] t aruaim starts Iter -'apra on th, Irt ?f AM4 'W4, the ?t> pnwr.ip* l?t <r ?? t ?*? ?? ^mi-u-n IfiO leur ?eae< ' sai1^ n vi *et 0 i? <lay? whte in - w<>re .epursiee 1, a vn> n? si rut dsniur whK a the \ ? ii<t alia wae strnrk i>v a eory i?ea*\ ?'* n?art> Jo-w* I dertrr it'r. ai>i nrn:. ?i aiii -i' *s? , ' ?or ine u;e o ti>r ' ,tf,rr??ife. %ii ft i-< -at hot 1 ve h" * : r ? '. kh He a. '..g th< >*' 1 *?*r. *??'* '?* of ifhrtarv, the Maredot ,iw sirtiek upe* a e -rsl reel ' amo liipe.'artt ,i(,M??^r h'r * tr*at deal *??? ?* a, M* of all iheaMtstame reauotid ? ? ! with t?ei\ o<*ts. (?ogee sMi haaetes 'rom tl.e V .a.ialla ?Ho remartei ??a?t?rar? initii tho nev? day, wben tnc sleanse?? IVa 1 Ii . 1 U s a . titf i* tppt and ->?iis?|t'ehapia hove m ?i?hf her I ?.g I'e lexiBRUm tn low The M ?teini t?t?edla?ely ' rnt le Ibe aas uanoe of th" Msoedornan ?? w ng he* o? I wtilwmt tbe iea? dlfionHf or aypsrcni irmry H 'the tat j |(I ?fi - wliinh oarh "teower mart' ast to a aattlog res ssl. ??? tewed ibe?n up ledue hay ? the American as tbTh7vantalfc was der'^d *" and saite ?o Or?R'V* to <iemaB-i ,n'! ^ rrr ^11^: dtttTWHi iwooIIm* MWi o? ttH? rd "ety, nary 1*M. tho ship w? drowed n ft*, a he??i o, ?.afb.ngtoo'n htrtsday. aod at nona a asttoca, ? 1 >e <?. II ie, ae tho committee l?ft the ship After 1 1 rattfleai 00 of the treaty ibn Vaidaha sall'i li. m I'. -.oadi Uoood lor !^>MHi>ae, at whioti pon an# ? lav *!*?? n >? ths The city thoa helng in a 'tale aio^r. I ,,, , 1 u Jroneh art American ?<amen * .1 I ?. ' a oo?.st??tly 'i?l >o t a^'iore, to prevent tk. t <r ?< * Vt I# <* '.fc? r m l *?pert?' tur ' r???u -t ?<? tto? taropt** in* upon tfc? tail ^D?hlM' "? ??">ruM7 I1W, by t?e oomofo* and UBlWfUl lorces. Uapt |-ope wa< pro-eutod !>y *?, Aaernu "wc^li- lujd autsoos wait a aueatve etw.a tea set. as a U/ki o vf tbetr appreciation tho as* scti?*y dUptvod by bin la w?iobitif the welfare Md HKf.'i/ ol tUs nettiatnont Ik IhMKBber, lH6d, Up(. l'ope Ux?k clou of Uts K ??. doDliiu. ?p??e of her recently coalman W Ifcpi Abbott, li sv.nj the Via tki% in otwii at '1 1M' toeut. or (late firm l.imU'iiul) Kootr, ? u.2 5. le" Kong Hcsg homeward bound, <m 3d of ilareh, I860, omxMitileriag ?? .'.er umjl" i ?r?>uU(J the cape of f.ood Hojie a ytol?nt morm * lourVo?* t*)a duratlc*^ coring wbu-h*a txin^w of vacaou, feaa dered or were uiemKawyl The Vandit wut three y~ar*, rmveo moat nr and m* tees da) s lo co na>lMi(4i, nod Id tbta'tlnse *a?r nvr -i ti j service than any i e?*?l oa the Htat'.on, Saving l>4l i rtm her ordinal cro? twenty men br deals, tad re au, tnore Id v aided tore, .site viaiicd n-neesolvely 'urn k%7L rrulM) the port? c-f Kin tie Juietro 1 5*w bay HI rjipwa. Macue Bon? Koi.-j, W oao-i-ai Cnaufei'nwoon, M* ? i Ml nag. Ameucau aachorafe, Ur?|ita V ?k >? n?? iU?.f?Jai)j, i-h*r>ftivte Kuo Cjow, Am i/ Uauda rAujicr, Point and ft. H*ieca In?-r<i41gutlon iit? tlw -tjim ^arut ?r K ?? |iat?i? attid Snpj .:#?? The Comm.tue ol :^c|ittirn and Supplier ol tbe rbu*<3 at Aldermen met in Mr. Val.jnima'k ollirv uty Hall, at | I*. M., on Wcdo?.<3ay, Aldornmti Tucker in th ? okmr ll.e itivei-iigaUoij nto ".bo ruiuia/tutul of too DepartSMMk ?' ?xd Supplies srus further ooatiaued Nsihaniilfc Belah, Commissioner ol K<vimrs wi jq. I'llcs, Iwiujc sworn, testifled? I base gensrally acicotot ? lie perMH.1 who do work in thi? depot taiet>t for tfceOor (?or&tloi , 1 Bclccu-d Mr. Lou*, the gUzier. V. Wao sei?oted Mr. Hwtrt? A. As I unHwMand It, I inn to t>e examined ii|>on tbe bill* belore foot and anl?H Mr. Nwift baa |tta bill tlicre, I decline acaworiu^ lb* (lueatMn. 'ou ro,'1"? to iMiir tlie quotUj.-rf (Xoaa Chairman ? In this toTwti^iion tbrre will be ne mmm t?on? eoaoil but wiitu It will be jwlivtiy rKt,t tor yol M ? 1^,T.r !i tb" of th" dopartiBi-nt have been em uactod ;ia they should be, if yoa refuse to tius v.?r ii wiA can n kk^" ?' 11 noro ll""> by any aai.wor yw? Q Wbo selected Mr. McCarty, tbe plntaker" A I ?U I eelected Dr>novan, .lohn.4cn and Read r.,t,vJ,> aZs?U S^U'e,1 Mr Re"e' who tbe biH ?r crrpet<, &e V A. I cannot o&ar.Uy touwer Uie d - n~?r ?n tbe lirst place 1 aelet-ted auotber man *nd then t mm Mr. Hone ordern to do It. Thr man 1 brst gt-lected ?n d ; 1 did five borne orders to Wm. H. "ti Q. Wan McCarty a practical plunber? A Yoa hare McCaity tubpo-aaed: you can a?k him, he wil1 auw you tit your aiat.?laciiou, aa I don't know whiu h- ha. been in lateiy. Q *u he in the plumbing bnamcu when yon him? A. Ho wa? not, that 1 know of Q In niakirg -election ot tbcee dillerent mecbaniea far ^!!f7^r*1UU"e,, *oro th?J' "el'-cted with refernra to tne bon inter. -tcol the city, or [or Mate other cxu.aid?m Hour A. I do not know what you mean l?? aor^a oouaitierationa. W Well, did you (elect then bctaute tbo*e wne i^-t able to ao the |?rti<m*r work lor whicn wore (.elected r a I aelectid them becauae i tho??> men. W Then yon *elti ted thoni without any ref -reaoa to Uie Intererta of Uw city r a. I thought they co^TtJ? alMig with the work u well a* any perao m. Q. \oii have tinned and kworn to tb?(e bills aa beta* ct rrect: hi w bat ueane Old you aecertain that they wem I ??? correct? A I t-xamiued ?om? of the work alW ft a ue done, ?nd other* t^aounod some ot It audi In m .tiion to it U Can you Mat" a single ca?e where J ou examined l wtk yoursi It f A. I can't rc>iK'ti>Uer. ' ?D Vf*e not r?>memb?r a MMtle caae v A Vi* I tn^'J;"TLCt"U:,r ^au,bfr? and Centre Mr, ?u/? tix-.-x^od, 1-out ih, ! .if bib and Thirteentn ward atat tdll'M. ?4dir.-|ftThJ<Si?! *' .ad work done, yea * ti UTMi tn? bi U correct ? a. 1 aid Ih ,h,'r" ?ny bargain with tbeae partial i Dirh luaieriah. !or ih? t oriatraiton aa to what par i thty fbali cliarge \. Ther - 1a none with m<* I at-iwer tor other ocraonj- | know none who bava W i*i|Wt*e r>oe . r Uio?.- bill, ?u rendered at 4 '? amount It 1* now, would jou 11 was not Willi " A g0<a* *ad i00klnt M tbd work, 1 y. ran you tell, by loekltif at a jeb of plumbing wtot w 'ui 1 1 1 * k* ^rrf"1 I"'? I?rit A That k"id of w would Ik' harder to ebtimaCe than auytniiu olie aa 1 (*i it ij# gcBoraJ)y UPdorgruuod. * 1 *?" "n rooiliog ? A. ! ia? 1 I'oold by moaatirniK it ' k !LTm " ,h? l>ft0* "r 1,0 r00flB< P* ''ooV A. I tot't A V! ^t,^.U,,h,0 )>r,"c tbe city for aach I ' 1 cou'rt h* '?*??* ?t tlie bill*. . wual b"? on><? 01 lUe old aiatetiala. atk.h a? o_ ,I^A T'-' '* *'* *IH"'raJ17 taken to tbaVa*' ? . ard, id 1 i'. low ?trret ; ionn< tripper hu lately I K i?li Iron, i -acx n^arVe*. 7 i^aa there not a iarira amount at mater 1 a la 1 ku<^i^J4*"U *' Wiu,bU'cl<'" f A Not to my .1.^. "<re u * *r*? hi" lnr ?tovtw; nan you ?tata whnrw lb< * *cr'' purrhaaed v a I preauair Mr f>eoovaa tea fu'ti-hed ttio bill for ttoviw ?mce I waa here ? t ' . ?k W * :w** l,,U for us"?? "ow" ??> remote ft Where are there More* no a ^ 1 nave tmnm of them tn 1 ud:o? *tre< t , there are a food many iakM I'm t?"t out ot the buildings. y. In 1 you employ Mr Haters ta do paiatl?Tf a t aa ltd ymi five Mr Sarin order* to do oertain at?y tliMf a Haa he f? a bdltbere? aaked yo<i a .]?ertio?. a. Well. I mtmm IK^ ,'tr,>ou " tte bM ??* * b,u tb*?* (*t-"*g laa Mb iui!? nita""? 1 co*# 10 ?"???* "? 'autiaa i!tb!T?. ** *ft*U n0* Mnoerninf awi^T" 'rr"<f' ?f RflP^ra and KappMa^ "**? ea,'red ''P"* the dulMa of y??> oi ZrLU", *,0> * cuadonaad ciyar Otdlnano- I by tbo bureau, a. Idon'ttbiak I a aa ? l??J praclK-ofo < latnlee work alter il i? done I ,.av? Moulted WHh Mr. ^iai, ,?ke4 d.'teeenl B, woTih com",0,,cw,? 10 It would bw ^ P:; ?Wr <* tl-Ke bills are lor two or three ha. rtred dollar i< did yu? maVo ao niinuuor tUt r<m ttrtrmm ?beworkwaaoon^ A. I reoeraur.^cd thi7^a^T tb? f t 00 Id do it lor, a^d ,f |,?s ihan YiW told then to aa a -<ad I did sot ft . a o<:t work fbr more than thai _ _ . ./w> ,u'c ont "here yoa aa^rd to r ' nolle U?e eoat of a libf A Yea a*, t a*ked k'r otCati ipi? market the work on ib*!-?c?od INatatoh '/ ?W: but I we.uid <to oB e job a*d ib?a tbe 1 ' .w?" d ^?nt another and iMUti^r itnaa. carh iim ? a,l?4 11 K?n *e. I woal<t <t? aa mneh a< he waated mm m I ke|t t- 1] toy h.?e each lob wm 1 1 be ihe I mi w ;rt ' rf5', "<l ",mt *" ^ ^1- ? ?? tite nsaMd w i/d suix.n lies .? . or reel, how d.J you .sow It satf A I < nndncd ihu bill lor the ti'tjara' wt rk, "ih tn jujm ti am* not ovnmb?r'?4. ? V ^ bat le tbe pre* 01 l a ?ouare ' A. It la $]? ?i?'W u aav ?.,i:nrea were there ,t. ; doa't kasw d.*! t 1 tJJa1" * !oT "W' f A. t Ct a Hoar ? It ? yeyy ertdet) many of Utete bMla m ?-orre?t either by m.>laJie or dea n " 1*** ? ? lepartai' Bi ars touch Ims th?? ih?y were -aet jr ar II '* t?ti roof on en ire bx*9 a ne *(W * a t ihlab nr 1 "? 4 v "i^d f*0 a**iam? t aiVr tbe work ?? it wm Asm? < U.rm*?? Tbe bill lor t*iel roof hi SKI J hay* m. ? ltd tbe rM(. aad It it bad all K'*| ma If rw>W it Wtei a<* bear r.?f fc?" that -nm. i?y I want to kVow o?*" <*rtry that that bill was correct ? (M? W I' d yrm 'katn'se the work on T --nlT irrnn 1 mmm+ M. ^brnee^^r twM l?e A. I don t 'ZZHJ"* ?, y< u aigned I 1U t?l! ?? porrort br wbM proeaa dU y. tr* .1 Ujo ks^w ,ra. H w aa oerr,rt ? fart el 1 He ???* waa wm>iW> new. Hd yes >ee u. do y^n know that A Jlo. a.r , *>r ?????!' e It had V * 9 * ' wfTj'u hare rrM? u? t lookMt ?i m ?? 4 f i INoidhl ,t was 1<ht 1 wtmld have ?C^r7 ' a,,n*r? "? )+* know whetSer tbe rwM *? ? to? ? a t "? ^ c ****"'' have b'?e os lb* roe asd evam sad It* ? ?a? *>e tblrlres Hv ?*?<*, ?f u? r'seteen Holes rwl ? iad tbrtr va.1 >? ka *et el ibrea tt.h leMsy ? v a> tbe b.Jt Obu-fad 'A. U *e\ k?ew ? yosr own knewiodfe that anytbtn-* w?? Mmr er '/rank tin w*rket A. I ssr?r aaw it- bai ?nd war wpped: 1 gave Mr. I oag or4?-w ?o *e rla - eg tb< OSly amy 1 knew Ihe price ol etas ? / majwa.d ??ie utm ta e aat year, na<j 1sd lbs a ? "? f-r <*?? lean ! ro| alwav'a uke /Mrda'a bills ?? isy t do Vr cbarfya artoetitne* | el'r, ? ? . ? ?er i?a*?'i*a'r aa f tos.liaii Mr. Ntlab dens wN? tb, gft art bm.fbt tboy are taken dow-V? my N. :r' the bflb. '^aderM *o ^ ?T ? -trrti fb Ifc'.e entre, I 4t, . m ^ "J WhUf7<as!!rt . t* ">rT,^n*'1 Icriered * , 1 ' kiow wbetber as^ at tb* i < ? e, m?? ? ?>.,?' <^ e?i tbew tw are rea ? ?aa Ito nr7kr in.II'' T "T ew*t>4>^- '??^nld .naaterlss. ^ rerrwr. A. tv,^T? ^vt r^nnt4 mTfvr" t . Are yoa i*m? that it * y?.r ^ ^ n\?il " ** ',alT ** > w s"k" Hero n ? b, II Ot ?17? lor k???op yeurowbknew.e?.^ibM*at b7l ?? Ti X r, .i] *?" 1 ** '? ,fc'- Pr'?l ?? r?? ptpo. wltbo it Uokrar .t bill* T bavs Sfver lad work done by written cee u,r, 1 ?d en# K>b rtesa be yerb*l COM^rt ? tr>, re , m> aaan, bays ys? ? od the aamw <<?veaad oar. to toe they dkl tfto rw.irb that you *<<?? My? d?M it lhay h?d bets wsrVlsg rtr yosrsiit ? A I tUisk I hbya. ? r wnu* ? ?k was sstl ?wn?a? Ha hi emptoyej ,a tawing walls, Ac , his STo.?fe fries per well ? shout * do t*rs ansaet mes N dsss ast oost btoi baif m '?sen do d ? erne* mea twtes aa siasb. "??eptiei. May IMS sworn . -aW_Ha did Oorporv.<.a< oaiat bn. t etey bad 'ere. ted rdeya IS eMtnab< wbto a l> Wont.' root VJbre b* .ltd It Ar. Vl'?"" w^seaewt ?.ibiywa#| ? V a- o..^. l'H? M.i: ,