Newspaper of The New York Herald, October 9, 1860, Page 5

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated October 9, 1860 Page 5
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kg was organised with all th# regularity u4 order which usually characterise la-doer gatherings. Only tbe ktUkfol pertooB were placed at the hsad of the steps, aad so (DC ?u permitted to pea allheal a ticket of ' admittance. In the meantime, the Immense hall having keen Ailed to overflowing, erowds began to congregate around tneee i tan da. then the euteide meetiaga were nailed to order, the chairman aad other officers appointed, aad the vfieakers introduced ka regalar order. The ut meet enthusiasm prevailed during the delivery of the apsecuM, the open air oratere bring frequently interrupt Od by bursts of coeert aad bemoroua remarks. It waa an oaeeedingly Intelllgect gathering; much Interest appear ed to be taken In tbe authoritative statement# made, aad tbe lines of srgnmont pursued in the speeches, as the well limed enthusiasm of the popuiaoo abun datiy attested. Still It waa aomewhat diffi cult fur the bearera to follow uio speakers close beoause the meetings were constant'y interrupted h; Ute arrival of different political association! from various sections of the city and from the surrounding suburbs, cash cfub or society being headed by a band of as us to, and accompanied by glaring torches, innumerable transparancica, with various devices, and banners with appropriate Inscriptions. It was istereatlng to obasrve how all these clubs and associations?some for Douglas aad Johnson, some for Bell and EtersU and some for, Breckinridge and lane?rcetned to be animated by one common object dear alike io all?the- preservation of the Union. It was iaterestiag to observe haw they all came forth with such unanimity of ?Mllag to promote that object. Delegations ctaae from nearly every ward is the cttv, and large and enthusiastic were their members. Tbe Cooper Institute waa the great centre of attraction for all. Among the societies which look part In the general display were the Natkmal Union league of the Eighteenth ward, the Twentieth Ward Breckinridge and Lane Union Association, the Eighth Ward Douglaa and Johnson Club, the Seventh Ward National Democratic Union Club, the Spartan Artillery, the Ninth Ward Unioa Club, the Fifth, Seventh, Twelfth aad Twenty Orel Ward Douglas and Johnson blubs, and numerous other associations. Indeed all the various political organisations la this city, op posed to the election of Lincoln, combined to swell tbe number They all hal bands of music, Illuminated trans parencies and appropriate and humorous baa airs. The ?lags county delegation made a splendid turnout. They ah marched from the ferry up Broadway, and attracted a good deal of attention. There were the Union Leagues af Brooklyn, Light Infantry, Kings Conuty Battalion Ouh, the Hickory Boys of Kings county?a formliUble body of moa?each armed with a hickory club. The De mocratic Union Club, with a splendid temple of liberty, the Twelfth Ward Club of Brooklyn. Tbe end of the pro neaaion waa mads up of delegations from Richmond aounty and Jersey City. Nearly all tbe aaeocialiooa lrom Brooklyn had open barouches conta.nmg Iheir oikcers had distinguished Invited guests who earn# to honor the occasion by tbeir presence, or rather to do honor to themselves by being present on the occasion. Those Brooklyn Clubs made a really beautiful display. The members of moat of them were dressed la new and splendid uniform*, something si milar in style, but much more handsome la appearance to that of the Wide Awakds. They carried aarti colored lamp* and torches, which, together with beautiful ualfbrma aad elegant marehtng, produced a line effect, it wae a beautiful light to s>ec these various aaso rial ion e carrying torches and banners, and send leg up streams of pyrotechnics, as limy came from every po- at of tbe oompsm, msrcbirg to tbe music of their ba aed all conveying to one cen.ral point, aad that the Cooper Institute. During tbe evening the square became so densely packed that it waa difficult for tbe club* to pnes. About half past ten o'clock, however, tbe tr.atde and outside meetings adjourned, and nil the clubs, swelled by aoceeskws ot citizens from the several meetings, all lurmi d luto one unbroken line, coect1'.iittiig a grand procession, which greatly excelled In magnlflcence tbe recent Wide Awake demonstration, ai.d maiti-d through tbe priuolpal thoroughfare* of the city. They gave vent to tbe most naboonded enthusiasm all the while, and the thousands ?i spectator* which assembled at various points to tee them responded with equal enlhu-iasm. Below we give a detailed account of the proceedings of the outside meeting*. STAND NUMBER ONE. trnCBES or TUB box. hibam iktchcm, tacl b. BIADLKB AND OTBKBS. The Bret stud vu situated near CI to too Hall, and the audience, which assembled in front of it, Tied with the ?there to ne where on J enthusiasm. Shortly before eight a'e'ock n splendid procession of the Aahlmndere, bearing tor umruabic transparencies and torchea, heeded by a fine hand of innate, and carrying in the line their banner, which they have need in each Presidential campaign atnce IMS. approached from Broadway and took possession of the itand, cpoa which no one wad admitted without a ticket. The meeting waa organ ired by tbe select *a or the follow lug officer* ? Abm Blnlnger, Chairman. <'eo. B King Chief Sec y. tics rHrui-ajrra. H. A.T. Graaberry, A. J. Van W okle, Edwin Dunn, Henry B. Price, B. Everett Ilea* 1, 0. W. Armstrong, Cbu Pmlthson, John T. Wilietnoo, Robt. 0. Gwycr, .loha H Hopper, Tbeo a oortere, Win. Oakley. W. T. Jeaoinga, l_ K. Kerr, Jaaea P. Height, Bent F Hancock, John P. Budge, Eflmgham e'uu ju, r Jackson. John Cowanhorer, B. W Win George W. Smith, C. A. Budd. M D , L Itorrenaer.' kei bsvabim. Henry Clay Piatt, W H. l'raprr, ? w. A. Coaklin, F J. brown, Jr., W. M. Marline, Joseph MUward, W H. i'aieoorr, Johr. Buret, Jr., W. a. T.adale. W. W. Hall, M.B., The CaaiavAX returned tbanke in a brief and hta-lre-i.e ?miner rcr the honor conferred upon aim, and called up ?a the Hea. Hiram Ketchcm aa the (rat speaker. Mr. Karaii n waa greeted with load applaare u he came forward to address the raat aaaembly. He eail ? Fblujw Crt7i.?The obieu of ttala raft concoarie of r It lieu to msht s to prcvaal tna euccem : the n-pub'. can party at the easutng election. For thie purpose par tire heretofore oppoaed to each other have united. They hate ua.ted in the only a ay la which tbc.r union could ao orapust any pood?in the support of ore ticket II Up re bad been ->iore than one l.cket NpahHMi aujceaa would hare been made certain In Una State. to defeat that re-ores, the formal,oa of oat Ucfcat. to be aupported by all tbe oppcaoata of the republican! party, wu the only practicable me* ore Thai meuure la the one ptopuere to n-gbt to aooompMab ,t wc hare assembled, an l w? bare nothing to do bat, forgetting pnti dtffbrunnre, to pat Ibrth all our aflorta m support of ik Shall we do re. fellow diluent if oar pnrpoee < lied. K our reanlatloa M trru u-t unaltereble, we cannot fail to ear need, tor tbe meyrltyof rolore In tbe ."lateef Sew Yore oppored to the republican party. la, beyond all doubt, large Tea ted by the .union of Uf>6 tbe lent Presides it*> tol ran rare, tfcat majority waa 45.(00 It has oot d tai n e?bd Made tb I IIIW What meMee havr *' rT n The simple <me tnat tbr a-uxere of the republican party would ne a national ca.amlly That pari, e a ?e-t ma party; it la arrayed iga ut a geagraphlcat sect.on, be caou of a deamSU* irst t. t on ratal' ? ut 1 In that tee t oo ltd aflorta are directed against thai tectum. its frei tagaare aroue-d again at that tact - a its ipeecbua arc agaiut that section. l? preea is agaioat Ibal aentldd It Id a n i, . tbought taal the run illuminate I pro-won. SMIpSSed almost entirely of young BN may of ibem uin.o a, * i. . marched tbrooM ear tttrerts a few even ngt -.nco. were .auimaU-i by oa? MMBig the igh t?opp -eil.ou to the South <?f doorre aombinationa and pruoewtoee at toe -utfc are <x-a trot led by the tbongot of <,?*. bo the Sunt, If ,t be areola.aed, u 1 hope ar'ii aot, that the North It uaited a,air,at the South U? three th.aga are an, u-t are to remain. how ran It he p w atute that a? una expect or bupe t> lire -armon, > i?iy with our BouUtorn fcu?*- lUscaa II foti-wa aa a o ere wary aawa q teaee, tbateeooer or later the I'tiioa muai tse dhmoturd rarkw fori- -d, not upon prtaripleu and tbeo run uf MimiaAtra t;ua, boa upon *> ? liaaal .dare. want ia eT'tably and tu thid result. cite eaa !.?,?? i nar er n-igbt for a mouse; t I" ?" tliie. t-J sUall 1 wdfH we remit in r Mpdeaag t? ibluga te tie hegtuntag, ahai. we permit it to go uc to a a... .a - i or. resistance a the word we muit put - -<?, we iousi rruit a " it tonal petllre. Puck organ rat in* red h?l tabiy to ruin. Tb- republican party ta a party of oc tdca (Oi it u s let -ared by the father 4 that party at Its bi'th. that father * Wtl.iam H Sewat-I It u> a i-b/ a'ntogVa! fart, thai whev ree the m't.I, hv*--er ct pari-ue aaJ sound it Baa/ be. la II e-l with hot oue l-tea. if it dwell* -oug -poo that idea to the eijluatit. ** -ith- r Ideaa. that n it become uadrttlei. t l ?e* n> irelanr- i ixu-m ? i1re*r-d The teclmtca' name o'ttiat ilwoaee ? awe-man a aada larae acaber of U" pit -tt, tn ercry loaan-- aay.uir- are on L :aaj.-MB ?' if a man's "?rail; oooests ia n.agk y.og sod ;frurl rag <-?-? o irtue to the nagWA ef oihee rlrt *s. us neceasa' y be r -mesas un aO, a dang-rood and bul mm. Thai ? tree individuals I*eatm&j true ofamocletlMa'ni met. of partes. ?i**i, poi t ca! or rellg* '*? hare h* I ? - n practloal ri-atratkme of tbree truths a car Ptat M' J.-tohuBk ih support of this a snarl ton, tku r?f*rr?l 1" (he eat masonic party aad the i-mp- racer i-artj, an l *1 t ded ags i t- v- - ran <-'? -fbe ?-r* ne tdea-ii MS spoaenf ttapromlaml leader* t'est m-.tag b? asked what but a party that has become uaaeltled la party i ? ndtar.d fwryert'd la L' long dwelling o ' j;l# litre ewoM ?kh to blot out 0"t s tioe' 'mpertut proa ialea of tbe tWMtitutloa and tb Lk it waa do se no harm ?could reeslte. in one *f the oldeat ftaiee e.f Hil? I'aloc, filed * ,ih ed .rated c i /?or. many of ihiism V hlghwt iBteler'tcal rail .wmenU and la the e-Kit met' nf |l.e higb'St type of alt : zatlon, lo aire* lo Ut- Bret sA1 ol the Cemm-uiweallh a man whi epaaiy approrwi a ' ?rowa'e laVMlon of a sitter Bute fur the Jotil l-irjutee of esc ting de-Mion. at-irder sad" et'rll war. aad yet think that no msall. a* In urr 1 were offered to that eld < esnmonweaiUH There le hum douht that t ma - rlty of the people of Maura buret ta aad Mauie we-ild at tblr day pa? ? rot* that fobn Brown wm right la go ng to tha reacae of tbe alaree of Virginia ihadf " "? d*t ng.: ai.ed Sreator the fhther ar.d acknowledged leader a'thai ptriy.fca* lately ret art el from aprogrnre throng tb. W*et<-rn ?ut-s inc neat tog the d ctrtne that mte of t e ^r-aclpa ebjecta ixM-uplated by tbe ratheru of the reiaVieia the fbraut--* ri IfaA government waa the abokiiov *f Afriaaa eiarary 'n tb la e-*satry. and that re M|ag;K]f2d, (tttddh^tha fC' CJT impressed upon tt, by toe admission Of ttt *f Missouri, without requiring Ibe oooJitxm to such onrtmiea, that Ula Bint* ihould abolish involuntary ser vitude, exespt for thecommission of crime, end that as ? ooinKjoeeoe of soob departure the oounlry bed lest character end (tending among the seisms of Uie world, end forfeited the regard end aflectioa of lis own citizens. It wonld be easy to show thai ibis Senator bas been e careleae student of the beta coo seeled with the formation of Um constitution, or be never wonld have ventured upon stu b asseriloaa. The idea of abolishing slavery in this country, by the action or in fluence of the general government, never formed any part of the motive which led to the formation of the eonstilu tion of thit country, Ibe leadlne motive which ind-ied the formation and adoption of lb" ronstltutvoo wan one which had l?tn entirely overlooked oy Mr. beware, that motive was to footer and ireret-e trade and commerce; to promote the materiel prosper'ty and wealth of tbo country. Tbo hleiory of ibe const.l .tioo in this relation hat been drawn with so much fidelity, precision ani au enreev by one of the abkrt ei[? inders or that instrument that the country baa produced, that T shall transcribe a portion of that history. 1 quote from the moat profound, elaborate and best com iderud speech ever made uy Da niel Webster on the floor of the - -'rate. Mt was delivered iran's in March. 1830, during Mr. Van Rnran's administru Hon, and may bo louad in the louitb volume of his works, lfr. Ketchum hers quoted the well known ? .ews of Battel Webster from the speech alluded to, and then resumed bis remarks. Bore, he said, is a description of the leading inducements to the formation of tbo consti tution, drawn from pure historical sources by the hand of a master, prepare 1 mflra than twenty years ago, and therefore not got up tor this occasion. Do yoo bellove it, fel low citizens! Fc carding the constitution m Una, the right of true history cms It been a failure? Has it oseu M of the track prepared and laid down by ta founders for the last forty years Tbt OOMtltnttOO Is substanlialtv a treaty of trale and cemmeroe batsmen the Independent nations of which the thlcu is composed. By observ .ng the ar- - tides of this treaty an amount of material prosperity has been produced such aa the world has never beheld In any other country. Look around?survey the Island on which we live?the ships and vessels In our harbor, the cities, the villages, the hamlets, th" workshops, the laborato rlos, the cultivatel Selds, the institutions of learning, the templca devoted to religion, the intelligent population scattered all over our country?exhibiting a theatre of wonders?and tben let me ask, shall thl- treaty be im paired. be violated, be broken ? H is easy to say that wo if the North are strong, and can oompei the weaker party to keep the articles of the treaty. Is that wise? If it I judicious ? Would it aot be for better to let it remain a treaty, not only of trade and commerce, but of amity ? Now, let Ibe State of New York, with the Atlantic ocean at one extmmtly, and mmense Inland seas at the otter, affording facilities of oommeroe with numerous states? k-l tbe State of New York look to herself, aud ber great power, and rescue the country from the dominion of a sectional party. IX she is awake to her best inte rests, she win not foil 10 do It. Is it to be considered I a matter of reproach that men of business In this city, or eisewhere, should regard the mat.rial advantages resulting from the tree and uninter rupted trade between the people of the several States of this I'uon, when, ss we nave teen, that the security for such trade waa the principal motive which led to the formation of that Union? Tbe prosperity, which results from this trade Is that which, mora than' anything else, mi.ei the distinction between us and the people o." other countries. Our people are better fed, better clothed, better educated, than any other people, by res son of ibetr prosperity, sad that prosperity results from the treaty of amity and commerce between the States of this Union aud tbc trade with foretgo nations; that treaty is the constitution of tbe United States. Are we now prepared?can we be to insane as to put in jeo pardy tbe gnat internals to which 1 have adverted, by agitating tbe question, shall slavery be extended to the territories? There is no more prospect to day of slavery being extended to Territories now free than there is of its being extended to tbe moon. Mr. Ketch .m was ire qnently Interrupted by bursts of applause, and was heartily cheered at the close. Pact. B. Bhadlxb, who bad declined a nomination for Congress in fovor of the Hob. John Cochrane, was speak ing from the ride of tbe same stand, for tbe crowd was so greet that all could not get an opportunity to bsnr tbe speakers In front. Mr. Brad lee observed that they bad assembled for the purpose of endorsing one of tbe most important movements ever attempted In the history of our politic*?Important, be said, for the reason we find here assembled those wbo have party sad personal pre ferences all combined together in one bond of union, en deavoring to defeat one common foe in tbe oominc Presi dential election. (Cheer* ) It baa never occurred before In our political history that questions of such Important issues nave been presented to the people, consequently we have never bad so much responsibility resting upon us an at tbs present lime. The election of Abe Lincoln would be the greatest national calamity that this country has ever experienced. (Cheers and cries of "That's so.") It would result Is the destruction of every enterprise that Is now before tbe peeple, either public or private. 1 ewod cheere.) it would produce a reaction in tbe lal wcrM that would shake the lound&tlon or every government on tbe foce of the globe. It would cranio such disasters In tbe mercantile community that those wbo are now living In opuleno# would be reduced to beg gary. It would throw out of employment n our city alone thousands of honest worktngmen and women, and we would not only wHorns the scenes of 1017 bnt nave them increased tenfold; and In order to eelabilab this result let me call your attention for a moment to tbe relative positions of our country at tbe pr- seat time Mr. Busman then referred to tbe relative mporlance of Vbi-North srd tbe "-i rili. the products of tbe one aud it; maculae.,nt-a ol we otber. and showed bow great wan tbe necessity for maintaining the cons'.itntlon liv'o tat" and preserving tl.e t nion uninjured. H" iel;red amid loud cb> ers. The meet ir was subsequently addressed by W. A. ?west. DIP North tnd others lb* utmost enthusiasm prevailed throughout, and the meeting waa not terml luited until tbe clubs begau to withdraw for the purpose of joining is tbc general u 'uigbt procession. STAND NUMBER TWO. srncnts of thomau w. xhabox, EXJirci* THOMrSON, AND OTHEK*. The second stood vu erected on the west ride of F virtb avecue, cloer by tbe Cooper Institute. It was designated ?ore particularly M tbe Irish stand, and thousands of tbe ?oca of Erin SM' it tied there. Indeed, the entire spare oppoelte Lafayette place, from Clinton Ball to the last) tote, was clonely packed by an Immense mare of human bc.n(S, who formed the audiences for the fir*l|tiro ttande. At stand number two. James C Marriott sailed tbe meet ,n| to order and pro sed tbe foltcwlag officers, which were nnau.moualy chosen, to assist In tbe and .ct of the meet'.rg. Judge Connolly, Chairman W M Tweed, Chief Sect y. vi ct maainsm. Thee. McOey, Daniel Wittea, H Armstrong, T W. A.'ami, 'eler Mnstersoa, Jan. Wa-dlcw, Win Miner, Chan Fries, Jm B Ben eel, Peter Mitchell, J. W. McLean, Wm. MaArthur, Bernard Kelly, J. W. Rich, Chan. C. Allen, Than. Retlly, J. Mcleod Murphy .Patrick Crowe, J. Mclaughlin, C H Terry, J. t Kerrigan, Daniel Gillespie, i i. Tan nit. m?isiw J. L. Carbrey, Peter Monaghan. P. Kerrtn. Ja* J. Higgles, ,1. I. Kieman.M D Kd llogao, V Robinson. ThOS Monroe, Chapman Aug. Frnacis, Judge CosnrouT, the chairman, made e few eppropr ate In trod or tor> remark*, explaining briefly tbe ob ect* of the meeting, and as pressing the Bras ronrteiton that If nil lb* losers of Ike (a ion would umlo la ou* harmonious eflort the object they sought would be triumphantly tch'.rred Qj remarks wera to the point and were ra ce red with great faror by the eudtenoe Tnoe W. Modaso* was Introduced an the I rat speaker. Be was with great applause Gracefully ex I rest isg his acknowledgment* for the warm reception he met with he proceeded loeny ? Wbna I net ?|?m.* to public In New York, It was upon tbe err of a mi mot able slctory achieved by on* braaeb | of tb* dew < r*ej <.Tcr another, and I then renatvsd to partictpnM no mure la public a::air- until that organise Ih o was again soLd and ualted. But the parly baa been divided nationally and locally: It has burn made the prey of ravsaone, buevstsrlng, gmmbl ag bearti'as poilti cnl ramp)res. The politician* hare divided aud district rd the public Tae.. be u ia.sed lade wruee of I their ova creation They bare beea factious turbulent ard dlsoordart Bat we must new inks the matter into ?ur own hands w* must assume the teedarsuia sad tbe ?.Idtr i.ip is tbe eomlcg strife (Cheers ) Misuser stand me not. hnwr rer I am a part sva. The plawnrm of my rboloe 1s tbe i Wtr. rtn spoa whub fAUad ."I'D t Breck .eridg. sou J?#t.k,b I sr.e. . Applause ) R it lb')' gtntb men La > a rvpri S'tiallt e upon Urn tic. e- rtdi ?? ra'. ' b flit an1 * fP'y 1n '?,'rgfbtnd as as l.ombl eo operator with tbe friends of St> phrn A fsr.igUa and honest J bs Bell t? seeking to reaoos the chair of Washington. itfl r?oa ar. i Jarkioa fr -mbeir. ?? Ted by list sert ona! art), traitor. Abraham Unfolr. ' if BMhatn (App.suae J~? perpeluau tbe Co ton, to prsaetV' iboat great iaauluiicoi. nuu L yavs irso ho-i.-e i tho rstlrs of 'he earth, hensd J wo our prime ra'fo rt '? eatsrved nur nommeres Is a vrrle reoti-ry be rood all h'sti'tenl example, an . rai sed the wtlderaeia te ohm i w ,dtc the ruse, to y.*<d auu ?uic.a ottr <,>??.tut ion. I d i t thegr>-atCalhoun iaegrte from'be great Web sier fid not the inmoeta' Henry Cay di*r letttn the no ires ramr ual Aauiew Jm tsou And heW often did , not tbe late rio- iml Rufue Cheat* divseat I rota -teph. n A li.i, as and mir nwt Idckinvoa' Bat iB 1?. 0, wh> n the gr.eit storm *t bualiciim swept over tbe fau<*. and rocked tbe sh>p of Stale from stem to ?Urn? w r. not I of tB*'i u,at Su rived the baa4 *f death f<. mil arraj *d usoii i aloe beneath the arrbee ef the ? MUivtion and tbe toida ot lb- national be content.n? tor tbe e.-mp' is i meaesrsa ("Ye*. ??it*,' and ibrat*.) B t lusr* b os* manly f?rm, one eloquent t Tt ?. wbaee .ami a lacs and silvery agoentn tbec* l.oete ml miss u?-t a itb t ptofoand rrgr t, a man to , wt,< m rt .t: pie is wafer tbaa I te, who snorta and coo the teaiie of politic*, who tores h i country, hev lastitutKwa and wakmbvn lorm <h goreramrnt s-cond to t o r thtr mar. tbat brratWS. bat who has been tetnpor* r y (??'rargru from II.* gr ?t mm r by the treerhCfOW ebleanery ..f the ?wi r'ar- lees sad Infcmntt* p. Ilttrsl eabai tbat rooid bring the blush of sbaaie to the r*.. eh r>i aa eai.gbteatd genet ttlot.. ! r. '< r, 1 need hardly ?ay, ' 'he ndeered ">t. sd of u? ail, Jaieee T Brady. (Afp.atite) A of great wroag?a nose, t o of m'aUkea prlariple drove Ace llei from tbe rit.t of bw bleed* bet did sot tlie '?tdy of slain FaMnlo* and Hi* engeaey af tbe b-lovr i Greek eaote win back imn te !in"< to glory, to victory, tbe unrivalled so# ef leietis (t'eeewed ebetre.) And whatever amy be bis | court* is iet*rdto tbe Plate ticket, at the bend ef wbldh i he tlar As, T am et.nvinced that Utn fcverlle of the N'ew Toek den rereey will yet be Ibtird foretaoet emonc the I bw'oae tbat are crowding to the support of the Cmoo g-knlnmi ur.?*t (Cheers) We need all of oarBoldier* gK i all of r r rat t* r s we hare ^disgrnceB enongb n wipe oat as if Impudence enough Li rebuke Have sot the i r ?< pi* tbarr.ngbihrre of this mstrs^ells?to the growth *sd spieador of which si the "tales la tbe t'Btoa have "reportmalty reetrlbntrd?been poUvtod the even ng ft an vganl/ed and wed dJMtplin*! rf . rgwr stealing trattora called W'de A was re were rtpv*1 can* of the water and w leges1 tanmn there there war# sigger worahlppers sad ?* higher law" ?bpi,!.<*"* to IMtlf rents, there Kgbt be bw side by side the fires lover and I be BabbatarlSD; sad ?wehiiif like turtle doves to funeral mueto were tbe fol lowers of Nral Dow and (X & Mavtwoo. (Lauceter ) They were there " wiib bunner, lamp and rau, ' from New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Connecticut, from White Plaint, and Orange, add Hartfard, and New Uavan, and laat, though not least from Banbury profane, celebrated for utie tnlac, and one thing only?the execution 01 an ctast oata, who oa lord's day Killed rata. (Buret* of laughter ) Their music even bad in It nothing that waa mar; ial, patriotic or inspiring; It appealed not to the sympa thiea of either Celt, or Teuton, or Saxon; it we* purely African. In essence anfl?fleet It rold no story of "fSar ryowen" to the lrlah heart; It wwakeaed do mir saories of the "Msraeileiit ut the p-? u. Ket ?.! jt, ?n in ibe bueom of the k i totbwan it coulu not recall auy emutiona at Fa therland to bin of Qricity, ncr inspire toe Odtllllan with fiortrmr dreams of Bonsanvx'let; and If ? rtray note 01 "Anmo iaur e" founu lie way to a Scottish ear, the descendant of JVucu or Wallace mourned to bear an air tbusxbuaed to wbieh bis coustrvmcn bad been accustom ed to march to vtetory over many of Europe e ensan guined flekia. i<.beers.) Is :t surprising, tb?o, that tbe wide Awaken were dtagusttng to our people! ("No," '?So.'') Now, the institution of slavery it by no means new to the world, although it has been the whole stock in trade or our oppoa*Dte; It It at old h civilian, lion. Slavery existed ui the palm met days of the greatest nations. In ancient Egypt, Is Greece and In Hnne, in Vienna and in France, and it waa planted here by tbe Ibglish crown. Yet 1 defy tbe ablest among the enemies of tbe South to prove to me that In any other country wheie slavery exit.ou it was so tempered with humanity and benignity as it Is there. Nay, str, but 1 will go further; I challenge the noblest re publican of them all to show wben and wbere, In tbe w bole history of the world, the negro bar been so far frrm tbe devil and so near cod?#c removed from Canni balism and barbarism, and sc Approximate to civilization and Christianity?so useful to himself and to the world, and S3 1 kely to ameliorate and regenerate h* race, as b? Is tn bis present condition of servitude In the Southern Slates. (Applause.) Yet in his name you are Invoked to pull down the graceful inns and noble arcbes of one temple of ''berty, and m lay the lovely structure mouldering beneath tbe asfcee and rub bwh of fanaticism and corruption. !n . onneetion allow st to remind you, that it is in the name of the uegro we taxvefbeen sto pped of nearly all munb ipal rights, that we are compelled to groan under a foreign Board of Police Commission, to which we annually >.?y about a million and a half of dollars; that seven millions of dollars, paid by on as auction dntus, go to rwell tbe republuan coders at Albans; that we have to pay nearly two millions of dollars above our just dues of a school tax: that a Stale tax has bees Impost0 upon the four counties com|K?ing tli's Metropolitan Police district, exceeding that paM by the other fifty-focr counties: that five millions'worth of our property baa been bartered ofl without the payment of one cent therefor; thai, m addition, a direct State tax or over two millions and dollars have been imposed upon na: yet, to cap the cli max, we have been deprived of the commonest rights of Independent cltUiathlp. (Applause.) Bat Uio hat haa gone forth, the tocsin has been eounded, end tbe genius of alarm has spread her wings over the cities and towns ' and villages of the tiouthyOtiecl Lincoln and you unloose thoee bonda of Ioto and amity wh'ch have hitherto bound together, more firmly than hoops of brass or iron, ths peoples ol this grsst confederacy. (Cries of "We will not do it," Ac.) And Is not this something too feartrlly worthy of reflection? Is it noUuig to contemplate the, beginning of what must end la the destruction of this'' lovely emporium's progress and prosperityf^Thlnk of what our onwasd march baa been within the laat ten years even. Wchave seen.In that short t me, beauty and loveli ness wedded to splendor sad greatness?the great commer cial bouses, marts of literature and galleries of art pushed onward and on ward up town?our greatest thoroughfare nearly bereft of private dwellings and relinquished to business?brown stone and mmrble palaoes, rivalling those of Venice In her glory, rising, as if nt tbe bidding of an en hauler's wan J, upon the ruins of levelled bouses? spacious macs ions of every variety of arcbite ture, gra dually moving toward Harlem?the finest public park of any other city In the world, not only inaugurated, out cone durably advanced?the argosies of our merchants whitening every set, and to- bing at every port of the explored .nirerse?Ibe nol le rivers that seem to caress ingly entwine us, bearing upon their boeonit the products of tbe last and the Woet and the South, and the friendly customers of all sections?new vessels for ocean and rirar navigation, making music to the hammer of the builder 1n our dockyards; and all this enterprise, and all this pro gress, Imparting free homes to countleee thousands of variety of every variety cf operatives, and rewarding Industry and thrift decennially witb more than quadrupled fortunes. (Immense applause ) 1 dare sat that our happy people consume each year more silks and satins, more beavers and broelckiths. more of t'l the costly luxuries of lift, than le consumed by tbe remaining countless millions tbal inhabit this globe. (ReMWSd Cheers.) Buta-elhe wheels of this lorward race to be now turned baekf i Cries or "No," "Never ") Ah, my triendn, the old and time honored democratic party, with its conservative allies?the federal Vnion, the wise const 1 tut ion?which gave, BLd give yet, free cllix- nehip and epially indepen rent individual rights to us all, and whlsh we have long tea tod and found )usl and beneficent, 4 good enough for me. is better than the dtiuaive premiers of an empirical organization, whose sole plat'or m is Sambo?(laughter)? and whose principles, If carried out, would certainly bring upon us a visitation of calamities. (Cheers.) Axd so long aa (as 1 oonlt nd he la) tbe nrgro is better off and better cared fur at liie South than aver hat been hts lucky lot be'ore; and so long as his advocates (ail to submit *-me practical mode ol ame k> ratiug or bettering bit condition, anvil be, himself, nslearns pupilage and puts oa the garments of pro great?until he proves himself capable of producing from his race n, a Michael Angedo ore Moaart, 1 helleve :t is better to have b in In hit preacul contented position, and to regard him, a 1U1 reason and science, as an Infe rior being, properly conditioned In a stale of tender pupiagj. (applause.) Thareftre, 1 exhort all wbo bear me? all wt- ir my words may reach, so matter under what gmrisisuu t.. . may have nrat opened their ayes; no matter by what river or mountain they may bare Ix.n born no mallei with what accents of'speech they may have Drat learned to lisp a mother's name?to be no pmty to this foil! political Conspiracy?Ui hand down to ibeir pr -genlea, to future generations, Ibe I'sion and the constitution as liny NSSM lUm?thi Irce heritage of mankind. Mr. MeMalum concluded amid load applause Kx-jrraa Thompson's sptbch. Fx Judge TiioMtmv, of the Marino Court, was then !n trod ucr I. He Saul? I sn ow tiuiw-The nineteenth Presidential eie:l:on W hi hand An thr cn utful day api roachr* the ?p interest wo feci id Um writers of our cutis try grsdu ally increases, wbilr the popular excitement grows In tn U unty; ac<1 when the deeis'vn hour nrr'vst, which ahall coil optoD flvr millions of freemen?diaperaed over myriad* of iMuaro mllro?Ui rxrriwr the .acred privilege of thr elective franchise la the choir* of tbe aoxt chief magi* trato Ol thru- l MM Stales, then thai! we rev t. U.t mtri tn >?* iD'1 momentous crWM la thr career M thr Amort ran republic. It la troe that the I residential jmL -la, Heretofore, ba.r often liters brra characterised by the display of moil bitter and vtrulsat partisan feeling. Thus bard fought and irTerely route*led batUra l>aro in rartably been tone,"fed by universal peace sad harmony amoagst our countrymen. North. South, Kaat and West all yielded a re?p. < tfu. and patriotic obedrnre to the popular will ar expressed through tbe national ballot box. Tbe prcieat all dude o I parties la thin critical contest lorebodea sad reverses to tbe rortune* of the people under the federal constitution. Patriotic and conservative men?met thoroughly sad practically ver ed in tbe sci ence of political economy and not easily intimidated? (r atemplate tbe recult of tbta content with mingled tool lag* of mortiScatioa sal aiarm?aaortlfleatton, that an ungovernable apint of leettsnalsm, shadowed forth tn tlie Chicago platform, may attain tbs pownr. as it che nrhet tbe to Ignore and trarapta upon I be dearest r gbta of tbe Boutu, and alarm, that a governmental pot. cy may be inaugurated which will certain's be followed by a complete disruption of there confederated States. Alter speak tag of tbe Mouthers slew taken ol tba print i I"f? the object*Md a.tne of the republican ;wrly, the tpeaser ?aul -Bb trirorghiy obnniKiii te u- creed o that qaarter, that so republican or.tor hat yet dared to titer a Southern t'lnte and dieceaa lis prlrM lplee U may wall be aafced, if tba South will Bot toiarau n their midst a mits dlsi union of these principles, what would be tba t? a.per of Mouthers faaiing, and what seurte would Nealh era men puraua wi re inrae prineiplea to bn put ia prac t.ce' Tbe aaswar la at eaart. Tba South will never per m t any later Is rewce with lhair roixt tutiouai rights and ?ii. muti. lies Should aay attempt 'te made to iLteneru with them, it will be met with a Mstilaacs wb>oh *ii pinnga tb* ?t ? roan try ninth* virt*x of* deadly. dmt met tve and bloody c ell war Let an aba .Kmiat or repuhitcaa cou- te hnw ?t ,f wflb Ibe den sive Idea that tbe couth wl'l ever Uni ty Submit tc any lavasloo of their ccastlutlora: pnvt. leg. s, nor that tbe rmeervative maaeea of tbe North will rcu.Utitoce art* of isost'ce towards their brethren of tb. rvtulh, proceed from what aoi.rce ihey may. Tba re publuan oart. lasleadi./ auti eg al an ofIetts,<-* as 1 ac *rr*?.v? warfare upon tb* sac red right* of property. H* then said ? Now, what cc-rae la it fair to target the rer ib an parly * ,n pursue n reference to tbe slave nnssltsa sad the pot'ey of Its agusfon. ia tbe srstef ' inertia's s cccss - i i.ave ntecrird that at laaat the great maiertt/ uf that garty are in tevor of Ibe abefttlrm of alarery m the Mate* where it already ri its. dbouid It unforln natrly, obtain ctadrol f the Mora forces, it wt rsat npaw a v'gofwr* aao deepetate pruMcut to nf tve " era prrMtbh- r-ssltrt narlart Now for the evidence. II ar pvocla'ms thai?"Noth rr short ef tb- complete abort -ta 11 tiaras? caa save tbe Smith Iron, .alithg into tbe vet tea ? utter rata f srery meat be throttled. No ? ra of per litre irrvecy *ad -cBscu.est would h >id s avsa Sa pro}erty on aay terms Tats is the i holer and 'irgant laacuags of ftelper** (lefan usl impend *g Crli's'' It .* rrrtvialj r <ry irmpi iBcrUry to Washington, Je'ers c. Mad.a n and ?'? ir'?, all o: whon. wrr< to ibe ay ot th tr d atn, s'avtnwiien and briars Thras d .fusing teuliatcata wer* dellbetaleiv et lorrt 1 sad appr red by *'*!? gfet r publlraa n imbrt?n< the preeevt Owigreas. not owe & wbcm, lie It rrmrmlHt -d, baa as yet d.jnvowd u.^n Sut tgaia. rlnrfeg the seisms the same Coagfrae, Ui' fepownf rrsr, .ti'SMrse oB'redftH adq tl'p II the It r *? i!?a>iiv*it thai tbecv,niinltI- on the.f idlc'ary be and U>c sam< are truby. . -ir cHU to ia<|Uire lnto,th- e?p I ? n y n'.ril rlleg n hill givla*fec<-dcm to every human h- ing aad 'at T' lct'Tf siar- ry, wherever CV>r.grr"? ha* IBs < oa stltut.nal p ??r to irce ate on tbe s .b.'ct " F t, n;n< r-|? blWhb n,< mbtrs >( Ocf rt ?* voted fw .he*, pttoe uf tl.? taiiamiaetory and revo' tiocary pro;-PS It ton Tbe iter** a ,d haiat.res of tba cutist tut ? n are eot ?uf u. telly pewerfi l to fe*M ?urh lace' at from feeing into practle* their nt'ar?>ua and treaSi'iiabia d? in Ibus ttour* II, gilt be con*'ai'd in multiplying proof W? show that , thi* *1, but' may pretend only to ctpfrsr ti.e extension of Slavery, they are la (act NMlH to it where It already rxiats. set only await the eterlloa nl Ahralism I rcote to comn.eoee Ur work of deedrnoltou

Bit if aay doubt* ax at ia the mmd* of m-o as lo tbe neaigaa of sur eaemiea upm tba tnaiiiul.oa of sla-eey wbete II airaady exxta, ao ona caa d. ny that tbey ara lalmiud to tl,e cefor.emeel of tbn Fugltlrr f?la*a act J.,ha P Bale and Henry w iiaon. i-otf, well ka?wa. proml aeol and active Senator* in Congraaa. fi m two of tba hading Sew To gland sutre? tbs very hot Ned ef repnb l?neiewt?d. IT and the Immediate rape* ef the act la qtxslMo la Ihi.f Bete was nominated for I r<aidant bv a CoaveaKan of the .So?1harn| Surra, preaidad ovar by Wtlcea. Tk*t Da van Ilea unanimouair wtoptod and ap provrd tbe r?*'lnwing dec u ret me ?"The Inglti ve blavn act of 1*60 la repugnant to the cowalllutiaa. a a a Wa tie redbsr damned its imaodinte and total rrpeaJ " Hale and w thwrn act the m*a whom tba ray i ltraoe of >ew Jjamyebire and Mneaeefcusglt* bdT* thosds M Ihg jtpofOtt of lheir ftrftb tnd tt? apounta of Owir creed 1m BMftl er IMi went oa to prove thai a largo cJaaa of tltaaaa republicans, though :ney had BM demanded the repeal of the Fugitive ttlav Uw, yet had taUrpaaed every too etlvable obetac e In the way of Ita exeoutwn He then baa boa aald to ahow that the principles I >? Enough I of tbe republic.n inrty sre in direct antagonism to both the letter and trit oi the oooatitotioa aad iheaeatimeota aad opinion* of the fatbera of the republic; that Ita advo eatea harbor designs upon the taatituUoa of slnvery. which, if pat Into practice, would terminate the career of thla great aad growing country. It la certain, moreover, that our opponent* ore determ inert upon keeping alive n vigorous agitation of toe alave question, reckless of ooa tequencta. Their mou . ia, "AgilaUoi. peaoe or war; agitation, Union or dieooion a deaf oar la timed to the South, who mi illy impaorc the North not to dMturb Ibis perilsomr question. No heed >( paid to the solemn counsels of the great and rood men of our own ttmea to cultivate between the duierenl stations of our brother, hood naught but feeling* of mutual regard and friendship. Hear the voice of Henry Clay. In 1848, upon the hoor of the American Senate, be said Anxious as i always am to coatrtbnte whatever la in my power to the harmony. concord aad happiness of this great people, 1 feel myself irresistibly impelled to do whatever ia in my power to dissuade the public from contlnu.BK to agitate n subject (alavery) fraught with the moat direful couaequeuoes.'' Alter dwi Alter dwelling for a upon the patriotism of ilr. (Tay aad the duty of bis countrymen to heed the Inspired words of Clay, of Waahmptoo. Jef ion on and Jackson, to cultivate tne kind lies feelings of frieudahlp between the North and the south. Judge Thomrson con'iiued (peeking of tie claim of the repub lican i?trty to harmony of sentiment with the opinions of the fathers of tbo republic upon the q jest ion of slavery Our fathers treated the slave quea.ion In all its hearing! with greet prudence, forbosranoe and caution, deeming the benefits to bow from the union of tbo 81 ate# of vastly more consequence to mankind than the freedom of that portion of ibe negro race whom Providence hud pli ed under their control and protection. Re piblicant turn wllh disdain from the exereise of prudmoe, forbearance and cactloc, preferring, In stead, to follow the example of John Brown, and carry on the war ngainnt slavery with the rtlie, UiedtrK and the bowie knifo. Thus have we proved that the claim of th? republicans to harmor.y er nr.timent with Jie opin on ? of the fathers of Ibe country upon the subject o! slavery Is wholly destitute of foundation. Finally, my vilow citizens, tf wo have forgotten the noble and self-aacri flcing deeds or the patriots 01 76: if wa have osasod longer to beed the solemn admonitions thsy so fervently breathed forth to their poaterlty; If we have turn ed enr fhces from tbe golden examples they set us, the prtoelees precepts they 'each us, then, Indeed, are we unworthy and depenr rate sons of great and godlike sires. If the Invaluable th- bequeathed ua are now to be cast away, then should our names become a hi'sing and byword upon the tongues of generations yet unborn. But if, happily, the American pnisestill beats in harmnay with the revolutiosary heart, all will yet be well, the Union electors' ticket will triumph (n tbe Um pire State, and tbe union of these Plates will be as per petual and enduring as the names of the honored and venerated men who gave It life. Then? "A song for our banner '' Ike watebwerd final! Wtii"b gave the repubiv her stau ?; "United we stand- divided we fall!" It made and preserved is a naUun. The union of lakes- the anion of lands? The un'on of Mates none can sever? Tbe union of hearts - tbe unl-m of hen ita And tbe fins of our Union forever and ever I The lac of our Union forever I Loud cheers followed the ooaclus oa o' Judge Thomp son's sptech. Speeches were also made from this a'-and by rugene J. Sullivan, Judge llayaard, Mr Reynolds aad John M. Har rington; and the meeting, like tLe first, a< jooraed to join in the general process h n STAND NO. THREE. ?riECHYd OF COL. YOSBCKO, HON. JOHN COCHRANE AND MESSRS. bOhl KEY , SMITH, HUTc'll IN-. II I. NT, RAMIK AND BYKDIES?I PBOABIOUS ENTHUSIASM? SONGS (AND CHOBUEBE BY THE MULTITUDE?OBAND rVROTECHNIC DISPLAY, ETC., ETC. Just at the monster aasemblage had bees called to order wlttda the walle of the Cooper Institute, tbe myriads of patriots, who were aanously waiting outside the tbe organization of the mam snorting, were addressed by Marthal Rynders, who said the hour had arrived for commencing the proceeding*. Be eomtnaled Colonel Tooburg. of the Seventy-first regiment, as President, which was enthusiastically ratified by the audience. Col. Yoesi si.s thanked them for calling upon him to preside over the Union mamee of conservative men who had met together for the purpose of rebuking re publtcanlsm, and for the purpose of eetabHebleg a record for the Union party that would tell throughout the whole ef tbe Northern States, and which would apeak u thunder tone* In tbe election to be held in tbe ?tate of Pencsyl vania. (Appleuve ) It was almost the first time within bie recollection that ever he bad witnessed tbe cooserva live element In such masses, la sooh forces and wtib such enthusiasm as has been manlfeeted to night Be would tell his bearers that the news would go from ore ent of tbe Flaie of New York to the other, that th<'rocrervat ve element which had ax-em bled there that uigbt would be t ic doom of tbe republican paity In tbls Mate on the Ath oi November. (Load cheers ) There were other eloquent reutlemen present ubo w< eld vpeak. and he hoped tbe andivnee would par don btm if be called upon tivm. The crowd demented that tbe Uilonel thould go ou, end. the gallant gentleman win eiirouriffd to ooot noe bis remvrks by sneh ercia niations as, "Go it, Colonel," "Lwo'l give It up," "Don't give up the ship," Ac. The President, however, did not yield to the patriotic desire ot the assem blage, but introduced I'm id Rowland, who read a list of Vice Pretlder.te, ' >Uow.*t by Oapialn Rtcdrrs, Who recited the resol: tions adopted n the ball, which were com irred In by the marae.-i nroid vociferous ? beertng. Capt Ryuder* said ho deemed it unnecc-aary to read the report of the o luuilttco, which presented an eiertoril ticket which would defra'T.laeoln *nd Hamlin, Fred. Iking lass, and all lb* rest ef th* Bigger mrty. hl'KKi H OK nOK. JOHN CO<IIBANI. Hnu. 'on* 0"?ik4>?, on mak i.g b.a ipi'OtiiT e. ?u gnaUd wilh several rcumia of applause. fbo Ninth Word I'olon Club arrived, preceded by a splendid band, an that It wat tniprw* ble fnr Mr IVx braoe to apeak "1 will wail," aabl lie, "till I be ariur <n f re adorn pien i." II was m inch l.mat u this lh?t. In tbe revo lutlen of ITig, tbe armies of lb? cionl'S marebed through tbe aio?Ja of tbeir admiring fellow eitmrus. You are to tbe m dat of revol it on to night, an t tbe Ores 11,at burn here tonight are but a treble reflection of tl.oae lliat are lighted r.a every piaia of tba, aod I the; are tbe b rb ugara of a (In miia victor) Tbe oawa j tbai reailira B> from joi ar ecuntry (IVnnaytvho.*) la that tbara ran be no question that. '.cm *Ui tlie vigorou | eflorla aod throcn of a patriotic citUaoabip the rcpuo . iiran party will yield oo tb'0?h of Kivrtnber (Chert) ' Velio* Citlmna?Tba vaat cnocoi ite tbal occupies Una I apace aod r row-la tba vast bail -guinea, without mjlaae | a truth's! Canaoastratioo of public oploioo Mo ewthu I i ?a wilhia memory baa ex seeded tbal wuich parvadaa tbn meeting to cifht These who participate iu It and ' ibay wbo heboid iu mleaaity are reminded of Ibnee atnre fortunate uaaa which wltoeaeed tba spontaneous alacrity wttb which tba name o( Andrew larkaon arts balled by tba people. (Applacae ) And there ta an obriona rea h n?a sufficient and ample reoaa for thla exilement. b?'ib ranee and ranaon of Ibamaeivan repelling the pre sumption, nad rebuking Ui* cbarg* ibal tbe axc.leme-nt la but art itcml and ila duration evanescent. Tbe router vattva m? a of tbe oouutry hitherto have been dlaorga. Bvd and distracted Surname! partial pontic*, or gaalzat tend, diatoguiabad from earb other in m ma In?tarrea. by ubaolele creada, and is other by but B'-m.uai aiatiartioei, l.arc continued. neverthelaaa. mem litre wbo bavee<.l*itbia*d m rvrauioa Ute one paramount maaictKib that tbe I bkmi muat be praterved. Their or gneic lit a mi a long aeperated Ibtae patriotic men. and pravaaled tbeir poilimal edopevbttoa. B- t a comm dai gar?a danger wb oh tbr-alena onr Institution! and otir frdaral r varrn.. nl? l.aa at lee?tb ovartbrowo tba ba riara whirh pa Hun be I erected, aad we bow heboid I he hundreda of ttiouaan la of ibe Coton loving men of New Yore landed m auppnrt of tbe owe Laion prraarvtag electoral ticket *f Mcw YarW -Cheer* ) Tbe ' tvidett aellgbt ? lib whrh thla rneaummatKiti ,s re reived bare m but a la Jed reflet lion of tin arJ >r m lb wbtcb it ie eeictieined throughout tbe dtate Literally, fellew rttiarna, 18 tae romiiry all alive arltb ths rwotwo an*. tbe r atwlmai, tbe mats rrn.t nya oflwug va een. of Brer kiarwtge mm of Bel. aad Everett men?all. ail I nku man?(ci.eera,?aad lbcrou*bly ta it brad with tbe reaumiag and tbe pair otic *j ims-s of tbe army ef ri?iueui epraaer* who are apieaung lar the note of autrui aai the faithful ell ?ea to the diaruarge of hla Whole d ity. < ,tp p'aute ) la> Mi aak of what daager la it that I n-ewa I anther, that which w 1! attend upon ine aocceaa of tba retU'blicene? that wh rb threaUna % tba eieet ne of , Abrabam 1 ooo.n It canuol be - agulaed that fea, 'ul egite'loo pervadaa tba Noutbarn 9utet and drtaea rapidly u we ward towarda antic.paled Whim it <e B.. parI of i uirioua meu to dep. re that II it to, it .a a .ne tba lees Ibe-r |?rt vim. to atari the area! wh: b u ay prrctplu'e tba iflorl, attic i-'ai and imataaen though it be aoa- tbe iara tbeir imper-mia duty to remove tbe ' eroMeia wbirb fraught w in accession and at t mi ied faiatai unouiuiitb. It w, lativw c.t /.una, no da lit ts fUmera, roetnred In tbe b'S-ne of'rant ir polttt i its, ol wbieb I am aptaAing It la a aarl cut. Mil. and Billeting fact?a fact proratl'ng from the rtlenalra er nventemal leaf- eg and tbe mter -late ui.ittraUL.lmga whitb atiat at tbe Anuth, fur a hi t?-d aad ?(hetiee elbwt at sereee-oa -n tbe ? vwnl of tbe r rrtioo by the repub. >aaa uf tbair rani dat" far tba t'.ii'i ' ncy. I to rut nieaa to b. uodtratuod that a. . or f\rn Tbe greater portion of e r 'el' w ctlaaM In She frutb arr aetnateu by aucb an invent lint i dr. mean tnat ariKiationa at. 1 ro opera! <?*, w<tb una view, extend Ibt.Migh tlm BouUi n aulti leu atrtngtb U .aapira alarm ? id t" attrnti<u *t I It la wltt tome tagrae of t ? r?e<it ra aa tnat lhaee %e?nf:atioe? and pnrpcewa %'t ro.i 1r i aim i.ald. Ihongh in iObia ionadtlae the interna prmrmed by our repuhliran opp?ntnit a ear the npi^ar -ura of legitimate i rm-t.t it. >i.a 1 ly. yet, m others, and i t i > i boarl/the w ..le North, tbeir hnaonaeed pr.a Cip.1* are a cntllrt wttb bteia r'gnta. and arr daagerotia to the roet.ameg peace ar 'I qu<?l e( the Bouthai a bor irra Where rharccteri/ra ajw>i"ilat.aa, lh? rep. 0 e ta creed becao? . ou?-'rrat;ve? ?ete rights ait twvaUd?the aegru is Kliaquialiad But let tba mere ahadt of an lavr Ierate abol.tkn at eovef a aelehborhnod, and tbe rut tie Aab dwas x.t looser make turbldUia water a tl.aa doer the republic** darken hw doctrine*. (Tjv gh- > tar ) I neetrai tmaac ipall'* i? th?n the corner at me of h? adiXa. ami upoa it ha erects a pyramidal atr ictura of war u|? r tbe alavrbolder ar d mat.umlaaiou of tba atava? dd'rgard of tba r?*titut.o? aid inraai'u of property iighti? m a word. absolute about ion furti werr Ui' ,n ? pral'ia f that I t. ' "nvnrwti'in wb. h, at Ohiobgo, MMMM Abraham .tiloin aad. wbi.e couched ader tbe )et,oply of the Ihclarbl.on of ilv-tapeBdewca, r.ab wer* the note* at which tba rspubltrar ranka tboultd wttb aa exrwedliv great ahont (Applauaa) Id truth, 'allow rlt rera. It has. these many veer*,been the ?<**>?U?? ttWhWitkm, that tl.etr ultimate ?u? ice* depend* upoa their inflaming tba miad of the Nutlh agaiaat tbe Have hmtlUtloe at the South?upon a aab oidlealoe to the etactiag aad aefaruvwa demand* of t'iv wiide tfanat rmm, of every noastltutlowbl mdualrlal ard ay ml pr'wcipla ap? lb* Aegrwrfatles of jantu-e and right , ' fbtath t d.opary Ibavpe* aad ake(fBCt degmaa. A>( > with a* saeraptory perstsleoc* fi*v* Uvoy maintained oonntotoncv between their prol??loa? Mil then practice. Srr^'n^or uegrol'gy upon their pom** ?***. product its natnral fru'V-nl^r-^?*?r?*l '?"? 'irr1 1 tm T i?lrTE5-U-y -? Vim jo ^ ***? ( hour#? all orer, every whom, 'hey w th* * f * wui. Ubiquitous, thle black principle hw"1"! attenuated through the exhaustion of mew But the Convention el Chicago rescued their ^ ft^rlrvm this new peril. Whvu nominating ? ra.i splittor fecio* Pit* idiocy they rtruly revolve 1 that they saw a nigger m the feece. (Orost laughter ) Now lh? eeme theeee or slavery. leliow ctliv-iis. I* sugguetire of en "oporUjit cuubiuki at.uu, mi weh to the inquirer after troth, bb to the phUoeopbl i*l observer of human progress. Use It nsrsr occurred to you that it, aa well aa every other social pbfucKD^Qou produced by the loflueoces ol &o 6ipv>dio{ civilisation tad periodically 1mpr< med upon >U eurfhoe, li but the p i-duel of c.rcunntaootB lu ? ominnatom with IbeeOort for human advaroenwiit, that force inhere*t id our nature, and which pmiarte and direct* *U the correal* of population. The vaet lamily of man, from tu origin to the present moment, hae b?eo invariably Impelled by ibia perpetual agency, Mysterious aa It may eeem. when oonveyed ??d Domed aa a phiioaophioal prmjipte, you will tic&, without tail, reoognte? th? power in the desire of each to better bit condition. Thia deelre, applied to ?urroundlng otrcumalaaoes, "electa and applies the method of social and industrial progress, or, Inothar words, constitutes in ita application what we ars acot-s turned to pronounce the civilization uf the age. iSto-a the thirteen ooioniea became independent States the eivlliMtlon of each embraced and tolerated Airican slave ry. The tta'.e of the Industrial and social relation* made ?(rv is labor conducive to the general prosperity; In other words, through the slavery of the black man the white man "bettered hte condition." WDeu by the muta tions of those same Industrial relations the slave became a charge upm his master-that Is, when white labor be caroe more profitable than slave labor-each of the N srtb ern thirteen States abolished the Institution, leaving tho routhern of the thirteen still in Its poMessioc, because of their failure, through climate and other causes, to attain thnt point in the ecsle of population aud etvllixat in where slave labor cease* to be profitable. (Applause) This, fellow cltisens, Is the oafira' process by which Slavery appears, proa pert- and is abolished. It In tan crs atlonof n reccsslty?wLether real or Imaginary, stll! a necessity?incidental to sotitai growth. It is the emana tion of a civilisation, defective if you ulea?e, and to be ra moved ouly by the action ol the civuisailon which pro duced It It is not within the category of evils to be sop pressed by the enactment of laws, out must depend en tlrely upon the Internal economy of the oommun .y which acknowledge It. (Cheers.) And thus the man ner In which slavery i leappcared from the several States of the I nlou conveys to cs an Important lesson. II wan the peoplt of the several "tatos who removed It from their confines. The exercise ol that novereigu'.y for which they tat snccosstully struggled wan tie s.nipU- and effective insti ument of tbelr relief The same lastrmen tality, whenever their civilisation requires. It ,s to be expected, will remove the .ualiUliou from 'lie Soctb. It is for this exercise ol the sovere-guty of lbs people that we, fellow oitlxens, are contend log against our republi -aa opponents They usist that this sovereignty i is not inalienable; but may be lost, and la actually lost by ibe inhsbltSBta or the Territories. An n soqueooe to this deprivation of the right of self govern man t, they claim that in Congress alone is Invented the power and charge ol territorial fovernineat. Permit m? to detain fou wiin a brief expoaure of thin political heresy. Now,woautlrn you, In lbs first place, against crofouudiSK popular sovereignty with what is termed squatter sovereignty. Notwithstanding the origin of their use, the words themselves have an Inherent signification which ren ders discrimination between them of chief importance. The one, popular sovereignty, la freedom. Ibe other, | squatter sovereignty, Is absolutism. Wherever aaeo, i equal and free, are to bo fbund, there Is popular tov ereignty. But where lan.ltordsye, I there Is squatter aovereignty. It is at the root of feudal I or arbitrary government. In other words, it is Identical ; with the feud which i ocstliutos the European title In l lands and supports the theory of throocs, principalities i ami powers. The right which depends u|K?n occupancy of the soil, of s necueslty la subjected to the paramount right of ownership In the soil If the squatter's right of ocou- | panct, therefore, is -ht only right appsruining to the inhabitant of Ibe Teirllory, it must bo apparent .that the Congress ol the Toiled States, the trustees of tbo people of the 1 oiled States In whom Is the priprislhisbtp of the Territorial, bave.aa contended by the republicans, the superior or landlord's right of govern | meat. But happily the right ol sail government ds- | prods en no iquatter'n right of occupation. It in of tuiwlor origin, and toborwl in the portoo. It la the ab solute right ol the individual, above and beyond all othsr } rights, privileges and franchise# whatever. It prevails to th. sovereignty of the man, and no tor horn nourishing with the iquailer or feudal right, exists only ia coajuac i,on with the allodial right or title or the land In the peo ple. An ever familiar exemplification of this accepted truth la to be found In the instance of tho State*, where the s'kxlial Title attaches the land to tbo people, with whom, consequently, Is louod the right of popular sovereignty. The exercise of these coexistent rights constitute the right of eunragc. Thus derived, it is through r-ill rare thnt n Treeid'Ot Is cr-atsd. But the siifirssc which prooeeds from the squatter right could inure' through the fenlty of land tenure, but to the ereali"t of n kits. (Cheers.) Thus far, and within tbe Ptates. the theory of popular j goveibuieul Is u simple and scoeptod application. Whtu, bow ever, we advame to tbe Ternlorle# where the land title Is sot allodial, or in the inhabitant#, but in Unites lor the benefit of the people of tbe Stale*, tho oonlllr.t oc bclnffD the right ol OuugrcN to povern the Per by villus of proprietorship, and the right of the P?o pie to govern themselvev by virtue of their luhercut right of sovereignly. Tbis uootuct is but the struggle routmued bet* eon tyranny and freedom?between U??- osurpaUons of s landlord or lord paramount and the natural rigbui of th? human belsg. It Is identloal with that which was maintained by the ool n"-s against the attempt of (irorge the lblrd Wi govern them w'tboul representatin*; and, whether tbe issay be on the part of a British king or so American Congresr. or the proposed victim be oolonlsts or tbe people of tbe Territories, It Is In each instance i equally tyracny on Ibe one side and subjugation on tna 1 other. (Itietrs.) The right of self governmtot Inhere# , U lhe prople of fhs ."tales. Can you tell me what right ! it lost by remo\al t? a Territory, or what right ts sained by return to s t-'tato? Not one?not one. Asd Ibe inhabitants of a Territory are abso lutely flee asd independent. Vet are they amenable to i that restraint essential to the protection and Preserve!Ion el the pr0|*rty the) upy from rapine and depredation. At tho point ? iy collision occur between U*e proprietor of the soil and the law.tss svgieeeor. Ho, also, though usaiiflrrl by ibelr luhcrvnl sorcrelgn power to sstahllaii tovirumeiit wbmever lie. social ? "iidikMi shall ait - 'ouuee It* necessity, yet, It is quite clear thal.rbo Id the liil.abitniits of a Territory rxecne tlili |>o vsr with danger to the Slaus, or In vmlatiou of the r < rgaa.c polity, the prople of tne Wales would be justified In removing lbs ? vll, even to tfce ettarmmUion of ts authors. Sltlil, ibvc is no probability ol siah pnUifut exhoinea Tae ill r of tbe settler Is fei admtmion Into the sisterhood of It Male- . and the power Of admi-lion hsv lug hern confided UtOcugrrrS,he will, with alacrity, ao cept those prr a.rlpiioiis which will scc<-lerate the so ? m plbhmrntof his pur|? e. Hrnes the -Ji msgof Inrn govcri mei.i org.iu.e laws ai d tiiabi.i.g acts U?be found among our staluter?actual or implied agreements between the Irbsbllantr of the T rrltirles and the pw-ple nf the Ptates and hrnre too, tbe ordmsuro of 1717? fsp p! ) It in true that this memorable .i.-tiamcnl has bun coii tiiifd Into ft churler to Oongw? of tto? iiower to govern the Ttrrilorie*. But sueh a con struction miibot, for an lualnut, prerail. Ho tor from tmpesrhiog us authority. tboo, I wou d meat stiwno ocsly fortify it anl as its nature and aaocliors have been forcibly Mated by ons of the tJtsmplens of republi:an ism, I will rrstd to you. fellow citizens, his crcurve*tarle* then on. I read from itenljn a Ri rtsw of tbe I>rsd Soot; lari-ior at page 07 ? ' though entitled lor tbe Sarin west Territory, this lundsmenUl lergt >rial law was In tended for the .-touthnril also, sod was applied to the Territories thsrs as ? oo u Ibey wars ceded, aad is tout l?. save Ibe bee is of si' the Territorial gorernnwala dowt to the passage sf the Ksosos Nebraska act la lift Tne ordinance was the e< bsiliuiioa for the Territories, as the conslitulioo itself was for the .u'asrs, sad both wers parts ol tbe same system, mads St the same Usee (tbe oral oeere a few d.ys first) and by lbs ssxie men, It maj be said, and is rooosrt, and so rossliluilos could have born made but hoofl in bond with the ord'oer. a" Nothing rao be uwrt explicit, stlhing more true tndeod.oflhe ctsrar'er and intendrd tflset of this celebrated ordinal co. That it did not p- -pose to impmc a gr>< irtrarul on tbe perils oT the Territorlaa, I ells tbe same sutb?riiy. at P*4P 41. and m rrslstaivce of the received Impression that the eonstitut oa eu thor'srd tongrrM to in*ws a gorrrrim nt jpoo tscrn. Hprskicg of ibat part of u* coosl.lut'oo referi ing to the gv.trrt.mrul of the Terntord-e, Mr Altos says:?"Too rlauss at first propmrd by Mr tfsdieon taeiudsd tsmpo rary gorrnmrms for its new SUfes aiming mi Ulster Titery Ifeferrsd to tbe C-nimlite of Detail, af wbtrh ilccrernsur Mrrrts we# rbslrmsc It was roturnsd with 'g.-rrrrimrt.! ' slrucli out and adopted by the Ooovcd llt-s as It sow stasde. Ibe 'temporary govemmenla rn.l'ted. aud ' .asds' subst'lot;J by 'ter ritory or other preiertv.' and rulr# and regnlnllowt aJiteu? alierstioiie nbu b go to rep lies the go v?ri,n.p#t newer sod to drnt.'y 'Isrriturj m meanirg lard Th ? mskre "t dsnr thtl tb'* needfnlrile ecd *ryu ist OS r' d,d tot terb. ie |nv?rr,o -St. sad 'hot i ?M Mrmt out, ssi proiwr f the or. naajw bad pr?> rlceJ for th"e goversmrrilt. both $lit? asd Territorial. WouH further su'hsnty bereq red for Use assert<??* that < octrrwe bee uo.oeMtuti oa' nower to govem Use towa ou. is Hie T- iritonre by r<-?rrnoe to tbo isog i*f# Sf tbe ardibss-re that addifosal sutb? r!te will fie h iad Say* ? he ,r?tn.mswt - Be it ordsla-d. Ac . "Ibat Urn said T> rrit- r>. tor tbe p?.rpo?#a uf gvvrrnmeul, be one dittnet 0, ,k?, t r.rsr an l ?? ?p tot^ Sectarat'on that the in a i b t>v tssirrrs waa sot to be eg. remiNent *f the o me but a sorer Oinecl Of the lands "f tas Terr,to r sad It t# farther to bs oboervef that t he port too rii the r ruirence devoted to the erartwn <* nourts, the rreat o of uffrrre sr.d the'oa of popular nee.-m b "i tsd'prlved Ol tbe authority of ertb t-s, and pro i??..e ol' guts# nf n g'vareitoiit polios of tM realty, the rssesttsl prnvie >?? Wh'< ll retasc to llto ttirersm-nl of lb' pe Th I ? ?? evemlrd tbe power conferred upon tot grete "to nttae *11 aowlTil rules and regulations ir?p*i|.?f tbe lerrifiwy or other property of tbe 11 lelfitsie A.i wbai. 'he oroirenc omm to pro vide for the gnremuient <d the pec-|i'o ib tbe Territory, it pt >>nrr-<ie with a n.arkr-i renp?r.i for tbelr sovereign rights fur meieooe ' Asd f'.r extend,og U?? 'undsmec l*i pHMH(H?e of ? 'v i, and religion* libefly. wblcb fursa tl.. has.a ?uere<u these fep*bltca, > .esauf ? lutiona are erected; to III asl eetaolleb those prlnelpte* ee the '-sale of all tows, (osstllutione asd govwrnmenu wb.rh forever bereefler vhall be formed Is the said T? r rlt' ry. to provide also for the ratabllehmeul of naiee ar?t permanent go rem men I thrrets, and for ihoir sdmi? on to a ?bare n the redeml rvmneile oa sn equal fvottng wtlh tbe orig nsi Stales et ea early peefodr a may be now ?istral with the geoersi lst*rrst It A hereby ordelned, be . tbet tbe foltowlsg artietee shall b# cmsldered a? armies of compact hotween lb# origiaal jtsjf sad the people and "tale* in tbe sold Territory ?J ever reinsls ussltorabte unless by penmen pewjo Among Utese artesks aopeary srtl* ?, fc*1*** eltvery sad Involnatary sSfv.tu is in ssto teiru ry, a sot s law esse led by O ?egress. ooerslivenpo* s reprraesUd sad without tbelr oa+ut. but a crrnifwct w ? i r seme it made between and '"v '' ' mrtlea-tka people sf the "U?e* awt Um P?n ?? m th* Territory. BkusTaietil ^ get t.ho* dilt ?*lf government s? Ur ihS . Uit^auabid r.gIII oC aeto.mtd ih,.right of ln>ni bs..U)g Kwm d 1stlLoily 01 th" P?rnt. ry Ar-J as Mr Benton 'Le,VKk Ji* wdiuauco 0t 17CJ. ba?l. of HI u ? Territorial "'''-mmee "be.wroe itni f?? ?Kfl"e Km p., v, l r.!U ." '7^? ?? P~ b?* been acknoarladgeU and , ,W. Thus, then, of I tie Terntor.. g tbe right uf ^ to "?? ?rtrep. Toe oln u 0| a itbum, S molc* un interrupted It is r..w J?, .un|lorm and Uin either the power of f'?ogr?a?onal ,l? m*:B or to contend for the continuance Vith the .J.?*"""0 u Territorial condition, under tmmXX^SXSt.,c unintc. runted sovereignly ?L.?,.!.! inm 1 ?rM nny restriction upon mX " bare endeavored to dtackwe to yoa tbe bm "ry ^r.'i construction 01 that iu.trun.enl so d?V t2i 1!, ^ ??ay'mdge ata^wuh'TV'*'"'y !u T"r^r,t? " Yon ??> with what prop ^iv it it *tb*t it m *,? J5!*'? U,e ??PPW| <* OxrreWi.xial inter fereLre In aujr rt?\+ct, aud how precisoiy it deflo?a t?n b!n*? "r 5 I>or,'',)B w"b whom It doatu. Yon bare long professed your fklth in the same doctrine, u?ht . d "furcd by the ordinance, and now that the ixmukid unreasonable to axpect that your Immtimwc J .a? "'f1' for their continuing triumph!1 Tba be 01 nflrm tT ticket reported and aooeptad tonight will be otnflrmalion (trong of your belief that all men >At t'h^d0f r.'*h?. f???rn then selves (Applause.) w?wi mLf? l?,on of Mr. Cochrane'ssiioci, loud ealU iT for ,>r Bradford, but be flailed to answer ai.r Al.l.n! ?n Bdly<1\v"|4b0/" jnd;^'UM.on ,he l*rt <* to favi* the ftdnn ^ at^'i^1 " pUl/o"u " ?*'l> "nVeT n a ehnwer of light * r,1U)l"0? **?? B<*r tbo platform HaX^rraV^w-'^^ r ,*?ant, r^groMt*fTrL*" *dU,C'" *? VMl ** I ulon let ar.fJriete. ^;'"?!"1:^, to ratify tha duleoltlieitocudiarirsaiidthn u !! I th? ?!??<? of New (,lrV.r ApUp^ * *,*? lira In the country, II10 inlrlotir a> uf!? 7 ***' pair,otic r.rty wm oompowd 0f men who rt"l,r*) 775? and the oon.l.tutiou inX wTlc,, w.T."llh* liberal government. The ^l orJm ^ 1" U"* eupfUTt to the Wide Awake. ^ t"8 ? u., ??. vaS"a,s?w-2i? -j;. SSf?5"." "fif? ??,lKr"iS I'SSTi i S ill Ih? roAl StAte of California for eicht VMn mt MrUUii!?!,!|f ttdorganiiatloa it had never defeated ? , itood upon the c<iirtltutioo a)od/> ivii fr.rnt* had rolled up handsome mXStm.tohtLj the Utllea^f ,^'m ?r ,hp beroea that fovgbi ,?.f ,h* RfTolutkm, and counselled them to briaw ^t ve *llBt enc^,e8I "rged them^Tto bc^f d^fMt'a ^rte'th10 po'b 0B lb* e(b of November and! to the I m!Jn ?0W U"'eMeDoJ ru,n ??<> dlsmlotloa S'tStuT "T Tn,fw ? ?0B'' mt*~ be vocalist who responded ^togln^^' "'T* ^ the t. d, white and blue." while I6. ?niu?. I?r piny log bis vocl abilities at out e.VKr "4'chn" "d 'bdefaligable Kvndera remirte^to' ^2 other end, sod, perceiving that a lias was partialis h d.ii'2 i !^t^tsSs.-J5335 rrr is rw^^'ih' "aehthualastlc admirer of tbo'Marslal i?ro-" ; E Baking great exertions to entertain tte^iwd t^Ied^S v?,th0 ,ocaJi" XZ2WSZZ eame, and to hi. aurpriat he n* the Marshal i,,?!.?) .aJlt'fl*0* ff',b,erl,,e 01 tallhful, one of who^^U>,o. f^,n um r5i 1 l7e fort boom log torchlight nroeeo Obitise. Ibe lurgtat) he ever saw tovelhs/.n grottedCw1|lh*K1*'ili ,'fnMJrWMl?. ?u lntroduced'and greeted with cordial demonstrations of web-ome Ha cemineiioed hU speech by remarking that "f .? no.. J cal preferences bad UtJ diflcreocae mTtbaVjjrlr oX ?vL,7n J?"* 7- ? er islaathand an^vl?? T **7 to kecore the xountrv from the .<*?.,> tertloiikli.m and fanaiictlU wm to it? aa?d? ??L ' I | J* ditlerence. and Ko lor the I nton %ppiMM > iu i. TaJi? d?vl ???. "he. r/imisroi t ?t' wm there anything u an eomjered to this great demonslration ft wU , an augury or rniceer. and he would say to them wio-ftl r?"* fr** oa Ti'bkday night in the Keystooa w,?.H th?."ui'r "?al,10? ov" <h'"lrm upon ltgh2?2 7il . f. * ^ tJdfbga of grent toy that the I'ntoo nr? ft. LJJtDa*>h*0>* bad red tented tbo Mate, t lame ST tlnued ) then would the mrreb of i'n?vf toe march would not rtare until an*r?ta? tolhngoftbabenontba ?tb of November M^ZeS make a atuiup, but b. would aay to .0*.paper, with a re]ort of thla enthusiastic n .it vL gssi>w hi. bearers of the propoeed alle^ai. ,n Tr^^f ?hl -h?i l?rmilUd free Llg?. SuTiaga. " w wm Knlrkerbocl. er vote nlo^. de H . he negro t'm '"fer lblkm(d bv'rwn?*rf?'J,U" lu*de ? r?? remarks, and wa? xuiid^h^12?2&o?iu&? xjz iRKffa-awa (A ??tcf?Wait till tbe e^7?? ') Mr r, nde^r doo l care a damn for the clubs Mere is th. wS5T^ To many s bare I been. A ad many a gathering I have seen But never one like this -!? ***her P"*o?ded to deliver oce of t* enp. raelerAt.c slump speeches, which of bo?s He'^onnr. l-b" h?Stlml h, S br-Eir white lh^ oilier wm (o uke ibr nn ?, - f ? wiff Ti.!?* ),.M. lur J"'11! m#ioi for i.? "f: hnppy coosnsimatt >n was to take when Akrshsm f.lsooia thould heeler ted Mr I proaour.ed s glowing Unborn*' - who were the life blood of the country ? Hher rpeeebea were mMe at this .Urnd, and the great 'B,b''Hatarwaa maalf.atad until the close ef u.? m. cling THE SCENE IN FRONT OF THE HERALD OFFICE. a nm.roATioN 4 mils lovi. The democracy of Brooklyn ? nt an Immcnae da eg* t "i ? immense in t iithuitaetn. lu n imbere. Ir U ' tti, bainieit, I ran-paretic lee and eTerythtng that roe? to maltc p a prm eaamr?u> tweii the grand demoi.itraixe. T ey vara dcicrmu ? <t in brat all (beir turmer elnru a thl* line, and, abnae all, In take down the blarh rep a I an dirplay?and they ? tcceeded. The caoa, a? tt'f pn-aed a ft'nt of the llamalit oflk-r, vaa tathslrkig and ptetorr><|oe. TV org Una of torch' , tba parti 0 or'd lampa, tha trau'i areaclH, the varUa nif< r?*t the bai -i . irpb aad anything of the kind mr iiefora >tte?p'ed by tb<- denioeray, 'tea u* ilk pa m ? t day*. The d-legal.'o van ni ig bp of tba bard I ..aded aorfcar*, the m ini tba laborer*. rrpre ? ntalirea from tba working ptrt no of tba roaim unity, the mii vba do amat to butld up tr.a vaaltbof lb# country, and the men apoti whom tbo 1 man aiaat rely n tba iioar of 'lasgar There they vara, n me o bleoaeg, a n,e vltb red rapaa, aoraa vltb groan, ?W Wttt br wb. but an mat tar a hat tbav in. Uteri * *? nn iu -taking who act what they were They abaerad aa<l ibeerr-l aga n, till Fulton atreet rang with the rrtMno and tba ?pe>tat(>r? their ?r r t. re. ai-Ldrd with the same enthnalaam hnrh mm par aa ?. i?taad r??e thrra Kiog and Mod h ./ran tor tro N.w Toot Hartal*, and pad all tha hwmra tt a tnarrh eg talota. There war no eel tn tha rxpeadtlare nf areworka, Rim an eamtlao, bi .? Ugbta, ri-k?ta, aad that now iniiiapenaah e acrolly, tha light, wb alt aa it iiaabad aieog the route, brnoiht ant n full relief toe weFl ordered liono of Uie dlfltieat Oompaaiea ae lhay atari hud a'nng la compart an?i (m tba hanaare aad trai.e jar. were the ukl I. me ttowort U mottooa aod watolr wi.rdg, etpretelee af their deterroiaatmn to rtaad by 'M I atari to prtaerre it agaioat all en-witea, hall eh.-rr Itrre klyn aad King'a rm.aly wore to be named u?e ??-# isoet Ia the dtiegMioo company B of tie He. andi trrrett "M'.note Moo" we nbeerrad a traarpareaej ? .? the Mice eg tnacriptioo ?' ?>ur Bell ukla tba kaa.i of b nek repubi contain where (? erett (oea. ' take t altogether tba delegation b'<m B-noMyaa.nM t meg r IV ut diaplny. aad war nearly a mne tn teaglh. Aa tor tha black republican delnpaiioe fmm the city ?? rhurc.bra tfcr y may brrraflar bid# Ibe.r i.atm ?..??? hf? ?, for with ail tbetr lorrbaO, and rapea nad br<?.<? rape. *hoy were tbrown am tba nbadeby the a?t rack* of Ilia i ulerrlbed fodiaaiaM. A CANNON DRAWN THROUGH THE STREET* OV ONE HUNDRED MEN. Amnar tba drat matrattena that preceded tba I n'hi air. lag jeaterday war the appearance la t>e lawar r f bvrlaeaa atreeta. during the aftrrnoon, of one auiidredl able bodied man, dreaanil with red er iraatpa a ab rt?f beaded by a bead of moate, aad drawing a braaa oaaaoa. Tbay came up N'aanau atraat and paaaad tba Bmu o ?n ?* hatwaea I'.raa and f'.u' O'l W. and mad/ a ti e apr-ar gose Then were g q imber of haaaeri aralleead ae?|g tba proeaaoioa. with all manner of aiotlaae and oar -aa an regard to tba I almt aieomrai tlebat Wbao opr-wiia tb? H>*Ain nfRaa lhay baited aad gate three fbaae' "aa tiordoa baaaati aad three ebaara far toe I ataa at* Mraj teaat, aad thee proceeded npei. ibelr ?<* oa aaa raaaar of ?b* |r"ai uteoettrat aa at tba Ue-por mti . -i?