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? ? 8KNAT0R BUCKAI.r.W AT LANCASTER UK wamWtm THK 8LANDIUS MAOK BT 1 CHANT COMM.TTKK?III!. I'OSITION l>-B THK B_BF.Li.!ON-*TATE HM IBS, The Hon. Charles 11. Huckal?w, the Iaibi raii.tidato for Governor of f?mneTtvaala?_B JBBjeaii large assembly at iB-l-BItt, lV;m.. ?B Tuesday I Ht anaw-red the attack? made upou hi? war recon the clearest manner, et in? inga de-Ire to evade uol the charrtf made. The following aro extracts from ept-ech : RT-.MAKKS OV mVATO- BCCKAI.F.W. Fkiaow-Oti-kss or l.A!?? UURSB Covntt: lap: ixfore a I*?ne?ater County audience for the first t u though 1 have known many of your people ? years, it has never happene.l that I was with yoi your popular assemblages In any of the gTeat i tlou contests through which we have passed in last M years. But I am hero to-night to sa \ou el). I hope, as friends, and I hope, i as fellow co-workers with me in an ruterprisi which we are Jointly InUrcstod. It Is not peculiar to the *p?,ik.r who now addresses you. 1 one that goes homo to each and all of you. The ques I?. "Can we in peaceful times. tindl?turbcil by clangor of war or any disturbing toree from abroad, we secure to ourselves In this country Just, honest, sueooasful governments in our etuta? and in the Qo? imiit of tin Federal Union I" Gentlemen, I might niHiiy plesMuiit thing.? concerning your county as in diutory to mv remark? tonight. I might sp of iU early a? well as of Its ret history. I mUlit go Lack to the t when Benjamin Franklin appeal?;?! to the farmerf Lancaster ?County tor trunsimriation? and supplies lil Caled . xi'i-iiitioii of Braddoi k in'o the v. ?Mem und whin iii? appeal wa.? promptly met I might gi and iNiint to aticceaslve jm riod.? of your history, a roar couaty e_J_Uuied her putriotiiin, her merci I.r devotion to ttie country in times emergency and peril. I might dilate nlso u the peeuUatittea of diameter In your population, settlements wire original!? mude andas society g up and increased In magnltada, with a eoneep >n< swolU n to unie >.r varioot interest?, und an aecompf ing prosperity sach as Is vouchsafed to few section ourot o Commonwealth or of other Btatee. But, go Boa, I shall Dei dwell upon these pointe, however pi B- I : r ..- to p.i?s tome tuno tpeakluf i n ?i? i i -t. alna to them. Although my mother Hi ; . 1 m ret had my tongue upon the I Uiercfore, you will exc?seme. ILai l.i.j AX I-.LECTIO- CRY. I pass on t<? matters that may be, if not more Inter in? aad pi? aaaat, at leael am ?uiiubie to the i In a work written bj D I-iaeli the younger, a work imagination, he d?-picts the trouble and difficulty c pan of I ? ; tat about a generation ago i earlt lathe taiga at Bet present Majesty the Qiieeti .t Britein, They ?ere aame4 Taper |???1\ mid thtir difficulty was to obi un election irt. Now, U would seem lmooruint tiiut aaelectloa tbonld have a tC7 ae the non should have h text, or u newspaper a mo Well, Mr. D'lsraell'a politi? lane, ufter racking their ii nultj. Hint!.y settled upon their eleotloa cry, which ? ??? : nig Qoeea and our ol?l iusiitutioi re ?s* a piensan! oolloeatton ?f language, vagua general In -i.iiitiiatiuii, suited to the necessities of political * t.; In thi* election campaign there was no dtfnrultj seitllng iijH.ii a crv tor l*yiii(H-rats and Reformors in r-' ie. It vase plain matter. The language lay bel ? m, T.i-yioiil.i not iuissit. Thorefore the cry - r?l?e,l curly ; it eontiuiies to this evening, and it wil i? it? rated hereafter. Tin-ir election crv is, " Down v tl.e King-!" (Applause.) "Down with the lim (tirent applause.] But whit d'.e.s this mean I Win : - i ,.? :i i - f t v.oriih tlgntflaant to every ir . -.t ciiiieii of tbt Commonwealth. It meant that ? iiiKMil h ta g.iie wiong. It nieuiis that nun in pu non have consulted their own interest* lnoteai - ..r the rabile. It mnaatthtl that there 1? odii Mi-pi? ion, and some measure of disgrace in public uff m this State, and connected with those who hare b intrusted by the people with the exercise of their bo' eitru pelma. Our i i.v wa.? really iiiailu for us bv our peatato. They brought into existence the wrongs ol which thi? MUX-son watchword arose. But our oj nenia have tx-i'i? troublod for an election cry, and t have gone without ?no for about three sorry, we m.mtli?. fmni early in April until a very recent tl Xaej knew not what to ray in some brief sentence which to sum up their side of the is? of the campaign. Mr. fl believe I shonld Major) RmcH-ll Krrett. tho (hairnian of the 1. hi ii?- ? .. un address Issued within a fewdi Informs IhoaC who fo'ilow his guidance that they ar? loaaerte parry blow? ; they are to give tbein, am ? 1? to do what all good teachers of dootrine ?to OUghttOdO. II? proposes, HUbstalitluliV, that the crj hit people Shall he a? it was In war time?, " I.oyait and that charaeeagainst all opposed t.? taeaoClael patriotism ?hall be freely indulge?! in through all ^^l eveaneothrough whleh it part/ caa speak?1 mean ^^l ?junkers, iie?sp?i?-rs, and member?. ^?J li< - ?> ? to j on, men of Lancaster, andcitir.cn? throu WWI ?m th?."siai?. In e.tiren? terms, that during th? war, \\*r at least during the t 0:11 holing year? ol ihr- war,] wen? rsproaenled in tho United Mute? Senat?- by di-.'ovn! man; and he proceeds farther to a-scrt tl not only was this disloyalty exhibited in Seuutoi service, i.ui aleo la privant intrigues and lutercou with the enemies of the United Ht ates. Now, getitl? in tins gros* und Ind.'.?lit mo us?t Ion, proceeding from t recognized head of the organization oppoeed to u?, in? flea eompletel/ what I propoat t?> do to-night, and ?ii i u 1er other dreametaneea, might be supposed to in.iiHeute or in some manner ?picstioiiulile. THE SUN-TDK'S POSITION DIKING THK WAR. The war ended in April, 18rJ5, a little more than ti \. us afterward. Shortly after my election, In Ju! 18C1. I j?repared an essay upon the existing political sit etioii in tin? country, and especially with reference the a si that was then pending, and it was published e t? iiMvely in Philadelphia and in my own and adjoin!) . .untie?, aad wat di.-tribtttc'l about lu the form of a sli sti. et under my name. I will read what I said ttiei "That Bit? limn win against the laws of tho U_ii? Btatee, aad pat the whole body of them at detinue a IBoajrh Ii n^-. rt< .1 for itself a legal grouud InstlBeatlon, It i.? most manifest that it was la' less ami lit.authorised. The compact of union b ing without limitation of Bam, must be held, i aded by Its author? to he perpetual; and the pr u cunt.une.1 in It for its own amendment provid? tii.-only lawful mode by which its ol? igation can t limited or ?hanged. Considering (Secession as a breac ?f the pabilo law, mid in view of the immense interest put In peril bvit.ti.i? St.?ic concurred in measures t iio.-itiliiy ugaiust the Hoiith. But this was done to vint] t ate the brokea luw, ami lo secure tlio objects for whic the Government ?>f the United Btatee aat ?rigiuali li.un.ieil, ainl lot no purpose of eonquest or or pie-ion. Upon this grouutl w?. muy Justify ou ?oiiduct, and sutirult it without appiehensio <.f eeneare, to the ludgatenl ?>r futuro time. I will pro?-. e?l aexl t?? ltad u paetnae from a speech n? '.?i I?) in?' utter the wur endeti. In a t-p? ?en deli? end m the B?iiule on the 21st of July, 18t*S, I said ? It? turning from a r..i?ign country after the comraenci n.itit of the w ar, w In n it was in full progress, and wue M immun power eoald avert the storm whleh fell upo u?, I touud myself, as did mont of the citizens of ou country, ebaolntel/ controlled by the circumstance w hlch surruiiiide.l us and whleh pressed ns forwar apea a eaaree of ooadaet which we could not avoid. ti.i'ught tiieii, uu I 1 tuiiik now, that there wac but on tiling U?tlo. We were engag.-d in a contest which wa ..> it lo-? o.? u ott.-n tl^sont>i'd. a i<uit?-*t of life am Beat-? und there wat nothing to be done exoept to Ugh it out, to tight ?m, to praeaolt or a>-ist the collision o r.?i.?-o whleh vert then arrayed amdetl each other unti bofaeultimate result r'..?.ild be reached. Asamembe: ol the minority in lull Chamber, I gave my vote for thos? ine_?ure3 of tliouiiiioiity which directly pointed to th? B ol this Government to subjugate the in surre.-turn which raised its head against us. ] was opposed to the political policy of that ma )..rity, and havo continued to entertain and evlue? mat eppoeltloe dowa to this time In a respectful proper manner. But op?.n the qneetlea of pr.???-<utior of ih?. war t<? a ???in lusion, I never had any dUlicuitj ; 1 never had anj aesltntlon. Upon uu examitiatiou of m> record and humble ae It may be, even ft auy by some in? Ik- examine.!?it will l?o found that li .uu tbc til?n I a.?- im.-.! the seat to which my btate had bninber, my conree was taeh as l 1.... ladleated. and wualu exact accordance with the tlMUyiCt)..|is tl'.it I held." T?k. BBffS IBBBT AND NAVAL BILL? OF 19M. Now I come to the Heuatorial record in 18M. On the 15th of July, u Dein leucy bill was pending in the 8cnate t? lating to the I ivil benice. The Military Committaje ?if the Beuate reported an amendment appropriating i rtaln inoin .\ s tor the War Dep.irtni? nt to cover do II? ti-neies for the current fiscal year, which ended ttie >.tii of June, lt?M. The item? of appropriation In this amendment amounted to tir7,5o4,oi?j. and I haio tl.iui here. in the ?aine bill was contained appropriation? to N'avy Depurt tOfla^TMJOa Al that date, the 15th "f February, this aii.eiiui . el to in Uu Beaate by a unanl ii.ous vote, the reonrd snowins; thai I wa? present, and again on the nth of April, at a hui>s?-?jiniit stage of the bul, another unantmows vola, aoverina tbeee appropria lion?, waejdven, and "'i the ltth the bill wai tlnally Hi th" same mai.ner. The (Jlobe showing that I was ?neMl M taeB <?I Hie ?casions. un?l luiuieiiiutely l?e i.i'i afid tin? pussiige. of the lull. Theee appro* urlatlonsf ?r tu. armj and nai y aasoaated t?? tW.7lv.t4Q. I'.) Uu ?.?uu Spring .m u? t making appropriations to the i? ival semoe r??r tn? year ending June, IMA, and for other eee, approved liay u, IBM, ?.?i trattrfl Bal bill piutlded for Bjdiroprlatlons to the naval service Uitinc to |ii'i,'.",^ss, covered by niiiet? < u of appropiUtioc Tu? n to eevea bureaus in the Navai i*. ouitiuoiit the amount appropri? ated ?it? ?~.-#,vu, und to tin- Marine torn? un amount appropriai*? under iii? same bill wa? ? t'MlUt; the nggrtgut* of thi,?? upi?roprlatious being tiij6,l/*\a?i V). besides large and liberal appropriation? t.. tan several au?y?tst*\a uioug the Atlantic ooast, win. h I b.to not lueunicd. Uitfiet case, also, tin- bill i un.niii.ou.ly, iLe reaord showing that I was ? t. B?.t I come m a mure lmporunt bill, the i_rj,i?-t of all, uud. r winch expandHurei w. r- ma ie dur? ing the wai, l m. an ti.? Aimt, Ajijiropnatiou bill sUm.<i by the I'resideiit ou the lit- of Yune,?*L"? f_uSa in The Con.jretsia.al Ulot*, first nf.miitu< -Miti ,__" fcre?.- ::. In tn?t bill there were' m 1 Um uggr.-gat? nmoniit was tuMrM,>tfl U ? ...is tot.-.1 upon lu U?. f.Utl,. ea tue fad ef April, IBM, end the Teas and Nay? ate re? corded atpa*i I. /" Biete, (?f the M Henal..!? wLo voted..r i . is aie now supporters >?f (ieu. Grant, 11 an . iol Mr. Greeley, and tevee are _ead. AKXI AI'PllorUIAIION-. Geiitlcineii.it lur 1 .??ii truly said of the \riny Appro? priation mi? il ' \e.ir commencing on the latdayof Juh .id ending on the aotl? of June, IBB??ltx-?l tin ' ?I by u? with inn? uuaulu i?i ihe tea, n I .i i inki i taefor. ?. .... i .. . au il?c optr?i large un?l small, uud b? our Govorui-, in the closing year ol the war. Ii wat that money that brought the war to an end, and seeui to us, I irust, everlasting peace. (Cheers.| Tet a cnj man, set up (o manip?late and pollute e ?eHo-% ha* I lu. to semi f.utl? hi* addros* branding ine und n like me us disloval. while he and hi? iirmv of his proa. ,_s*ocia;-os, Ir thi emergency M tin. nati were looking to their own pocket* Instead the tnterosts of the country. (Mor? ?RRBBj Hul this immense ap]?r?)?riatioii bill was not at tl successful. U passed the Senat?', but tbo two lluu got by th<- ears on m.uic amendments, In relation to 11 everlasting subject of Congress debate, the coin: people. I'ht-y wore at issue, although both lar?*.,!y : in, on the quesllOD at?out how and to what oil. certain colored troops were to be paid, and it was ciianar.? I h lit ?? ('??luuiittee of Couforcuee. You i Bod IM report of the Committee on OonfereoM that bill lit Page 5,849 of The tllobe, tor that RRRRl I will read to you the names of those who Klgi this report, which secured tho final pas-;ige of the h and gave it IU ultliuato form. It was signed on j. ut ..t i he ?scant?', by T. OxHowe. L- M. MorrlU | rh.irle* R lluckialew, ftud on ti??jtart of tho ? l?ae, Tui'tio us HU'M'ii* [cheer.?) and Thomas T. Davis, I then for ?orno day?, afterward I used to hear of rat ?'rung il.-claiulioiis made by the Chair.n.in o? the Ho Committee, I mean the late ThaddensBMveni [repea Oheerlngl concerning what he alleged to be the ma ne?? 11:111 magnanimity with which I hud agreed to i liberally? the OOlored troops which wo had employ [.ue.it cheering.) If you waut to look into de< lai-ti of that sort, (winch perhaps are utiluiportuut) so ma you can inquire of .Mr. fluldem in, Hepros.-nlaii. ?? Congress fioin an adjoining district. Upon that IT from the Committee of Coulereuc? when it wat ui* the voto was uuunimuus, so that I followed that bill its conclusion, and assisted lu giving to it its ultini form. BOiisnr.8 _?d i?cr".aoe or rxr. That finishes ?sca, with the excei?tion of tho Bou bill, about which I will say a word after a whilo. 1865 all the moneys voted were not expended. Wl the bills were passed we old not know that the i would end before thelrexpendlture would become nei Btiry. Of the date of tho M of March, is?*, you will I an act making appropriations tor tho naval service the year ending June 30, Ink".. The amount appropria wus'|rjl,486,?_ 96, and that bill passed tho Senate uui uiously on the ITtii ol July, tho record showing tha was present. At that same session, OB the 3d of Mar 1S??3, you will find another act among our statutes, " act making upptopriauous for tho support of th? ar for tho year ending 30th of June, 186s," t passed the Senate on tho 18th of February, 1 ? rord showing that I was present. Tho ag? gato amount of the appropriations mad.' by bill) In Hurt}-four Items was |5M,S70,&'iT 70. II are five successive money bills, every oue of wh by the record Is shown to have been passed w my ??.usent and approval, because they were pas unanimously Wttfe the oue exception of the army propriatlon bill of lt?64, and fur that I have read \otc. They amount altogether to ll,427,8*.,881 I come to another subject. I come to tue qi tlon of the pay of the soldu r?. On the ill of lice? ber, lsca, the record shows that I was prosent when bill passed unanimously appropriating $iii,Uisi,o?O pay bounties to soldiers, and it also shows that aiuendmcnt, offered at that time, to reduce bounl from axK) to f luu, or to compel tho President to pay more than tluu bounty to a soldior was opposed ? voted against by inc. Then, gentlemen, you will f that ou tin- _M of April, 1864, Mr. HcUdriek? of li.dn I ll.-i. d an amendment, providing thut the pay of 1 tlie.'s 111 th; army should bo in.-reused 60 our, provided, however, that no non-comn siolied olhcei should receive more than til : month. Thai umcudment was put to a vote aim 1 rv for it. I thought it but Just to tho soldiers, whose | Wiistiieul.ui ?1,1 a mouth. | Applause.) That lncrei would nave made Iheir pay $19 bo, winch I thought v II ?MMtUl?. Again, you Will find, on the 171? of Mat, l1 that an iiiiKii.tiuciit was offered in the Senate, to pay .-. ,.li. is in gol-.l. Their wage? then t>eing low, ami g rising, und iliey having families to support at home, 1 proposition who mado to pay them iu gold, or iu cqul I, in. 1-Vr thut also 1 VOtM. Tin 11 11 bill was CousiUei in the Senate, und passed ou th.- loth ?Jiy of May, l! for un im reuse in tho pay of soldiers from $13 to $1G mouth, wiiu sundry other rates running up, m ?o cases, M high M IM per mouth for uou-couiuiisstoi ?illic.rs of the army, aud it is shown thut I was pro?-? at the time th.; amendment was agroed to unaiitiu >us ami ais.? aitcrwiir.l ou two ocuan.uu?, until filial act) RRRM upon tho bill. TUL TAT OF C0IX)HEO TROOPS. I ?!l?uilss that and I come to another point?the pay colored troops, aud for this a very few void? will) ewer, liy an act passed 17th of July, 18C2, before I wa member of Ihe Senate, the pay of colored soldiers person.? employed In the array was fixed at RIO t liioiith, Uic pay of whlto soldiera thuu being 113. Tl la* remained In force until ihm, although Mr. Line. in ?.s message at the beginning of the ses?! of laCo-i, iiilurmed us thut about i(.0,ijoo coim 1 men v.cio lu tho publlo service, about half tl.eiu actuullyin the ranks of tho army and thooti engaged In those pursuits and employments c? iiccifd with the army for which colored men we ' suitod. Mr. Wilson, on tho i.d of April, 18C4, ! fared an amendment to tho army bill against whi I voted, and that voto has been misconstrued. T ubjectious to, his aiiieh.imibl were h-everal, and mention thote I rcuiombcr. One was that it a retrospective It went back as to time. When 1 caiut- to liicreaao the pay of white ROldiOTR in May 1 only increased it from the time of the passa.e of the hi but Mr. Wilson, when he proposed his arm .nlinent, pi posed thut we should go back to tho beginning of t ?.ear and Increase coiored soldiers from il at time. I: au,?-!, iiKwnt ai?. provided for au ullowance ?JRRRRBR who secured the enlistment of colored s luis, which many of us understood was to be given Mrw-England agents who went to the Southern ?fates procure colored soldiers to fill up the quotas of the Em ei__tatM| a ad there was another feat um which w oiijecicil to. It looked to the payment of certain Sou Carolina and Massachusetts regiments, two from eu State, and then giving them increased put equal to th of wlilto soldiers, while all the remainder of the colon troops were not increased. This I thought unjust ar inn.mal. It was alleged In behalf of the regiments that some promises wore made them when they were recruited that thi should have hlght-r rates of wages, but the tin existing laws applied to them as well as others, aud seemed unjust to change the law a* to them, aud jrr them increased pay, not for the future, but going back the time of their enlistment. They had been in servi perhaps two years. You perceive, then, that there we apparently good objections to his amendment, But thom 1 voted against It, It was put into the bill, arid I afterwai voted for the bill with that la it, and you will obser. that In the Committee of Conference of which Ihuvo spoken, wo made a general adjustment of th payment to oolored troops, both as regarded bounl und monthly pay, and we did the best we could. M agreed that colored troops should be paid tho sait as white troops from the first of January, 1964, at that all the colored men who had enlisted under tl l'r. .ideut's prociamaiiou of October, 1863, Should 1 paid the same amount, and we agreed further that tl Attorney-General might determine (Whether there wi uu.v obligation upon the Government to pay In such ca?i 11? those of the Massachusetts aud South Carolina troop 'Inis was the g.-nerul adjustment of which 1 havespokei ami with regard to that all I have now to say Is that was liberal. I Applause.) IM-KVl-W WIIU HOLCO-IIB AT NIAGARA. I have shown you my record In the Senate upon th subject of voting appropriations lu the war; upon th subject of the pay of white soldiers; upon the subject c in? reased pay to colored troops; and you will see ho. utterly uufouoded nro the Imputation? I havo answered I come now to the second branch of the assault of ?1 rett. He says I was in cahoot?I suppose that UapnrjM word to express it?with men engaged iu the Rebel.ion und lie undoubtedly alludes to a report which was re cently published, made by Prof. Iloleorabe to the Con federate Government on tho 16th of November, 1H64 The I'rofpssor was one of the two men who were callo. I'iaice < iiomlfs-ioneis, in the popular language o the day in WA, and in his report he lays tha among other persons whom he saw In addition to Gov Hunt of N?w-Y?irk and sundry gentlemen from otlie States, he saw Judge Hiack, Mr. V in Dyke aud myself from this State. Now if the Fiofe-sor had found it wortl while In making his report to go on and to 6tate whu was the exact truth, that he saw Mrs. Huckalew and my self In the pub.K' rcct-ption room of a public house at out of the most publie places on the continent luthesummei months, outside of the groat eitles, und that ho talked t< us la R very unimportant discourse for a jspriod of per haps RlgM or ten tninut??; that we thou separated and that wo never saw euch other liefere 01 since?if he bad stated all these details, 1 suppose Mr. Frrett's patriotic concern wouk: have lM-en wholly prevented. [Laughter and applause.] In that brief conversation, which took place as I havt ib-r.ribed it, the only thing of consequence or of interest that occurred was this: When we were about leaving, the Professor said that he supposed Mr. Lincoln would have dittieulty In rul.lng the enormous number of troop? that he had called for (500,000 men had been called for on the 18th of Jill?), and 1 suid in reply that the troop? would be raised. He said he had been told diilerently, and I responded that if anv one hua told him so they had misinformed him. ? hereupon we separated. I had gone to Niagara at that time in the perform? ance of duty under a resolution of the Senate pro? posed by Mr. Ramsey of Minnesota, and passed by th.. Senate ou the id of July, 1<M. liy that resolution the OommtttM on Indian Affairs were Instructed to Investi? gate the administration of Indian affairs by the Colonial and Imperial authorities la the iiiitlsh North Aiuerioan RVOBR. Mr. Harlan of Iowa, Mr. Duollttle of Wis? consin, and myN-lf, three members of tho Indian Com? mittee, were selected m ? sub-committee to perform this duty during tho rectiss. I was written to I? hrrrR the other gentlemen on the lbth of August, at Niagara Falls, if It would suit me. The letter sent by me In answer was delayed iu the mails, and eons.<|(ieiitly when I went with my wile to tin Falu some da?! lsb-r, I found that my col? le, ig.ie* lunl Iavrn then-, und had Just goue on down th? river, wini? endeavoring to estubiish teiogrupim otra iiiuiilcatioii with them, quito unexpectedly I eiicouu t< red Judge Hlsck. A I? ;ter written by that geutl? man, addressed to Gen. Kounifort of Ilanwl.urg, dated ''York, August Vi, 1HTI," slates what took place between us, and ? hi- j.i'iriu-y lo Canada at that taue. I r.-.t?l from it as it bos been ?cut to me, and 1 understand It la not Confidential. JII'i.17 BLACK'S I.ETTRR. After stating tl?at it Is true he wa* in Canada about the middle of August. WA, and tiiut he did not go there ?s a Government agent, the Judge jfBBRR&i : ? Jlut Mr. ItaatOR knew before I left Washington that I WBI going t<? the Fall?, and thut I expiated to se?- Mr. Thompson, and be earnestly (?it least very strongla) arged um to cairr out my Intention, and mad-' me promise that I would tell him when I returned what were Mr. TbOinn vlews about pace, if he should explain them to me. I was tsjuiid to let Thompson know of the promise I had made to Mr. Stunt.m. so tint he might limit his confllence accordingly. I saw Mr. Thompson 'tlrtH at Toronto); had long and Mliurely 1 ..lita isutiotia with him, and wa? tntrodaced liy him to Mr. Holeombe. Ihith ?jHjkc vcryfreel.i of tho issue of ih. coi.ilat, and the terms upou whlrh It might poMibly I? ended by iigroa-meiit. I wrote Mr Stan ion on the .'Uli of August the substance of ihat they toid me, together with ssime coiuinentarle* and suggestions of niv own, to winch he replied and 1 made a rejoinder." The Judge ufla-r udding that this correspond?m ?? was not official, and that he h-luttho tune reason to beliivo that th? 1 ? iiovi 11.i,i? nt woubl co.-i?. it to a peace upo,, th?? ? '."?o nlon lindert he Const : tin ion, a'-eordaut with the : . CungreMOl July 03,Ml,continuel! "The t Of all I RBld U> Mc,?ls. ihomp. ,1, ai,,| II,,. 1 oouilMi w_s u? oouvluoe thorn thai ?ueu u poaoo ought to I be acasepto.1. If thev ooold ge? ??? and tb-* they must forego all hope of maintaining a separate pvernturiit. HeooBdodeehit letter as follows: " After this, I met Mr. and Mrs. Buckalew on tb.? American s ?le of the riTer. IIh was there, as l understood. walUug for hi? colleague? of a committee, who had appointed to meet MB, and he did not know how loug be might bave to stay. I told him unreservedly, all I know about the ?It.iution, and all I thought I urged him. If ho I) II In with Mr. Iloloonibe or Mr. Thome son, not to decline a conversation with them, and to express a? strongly as possible (what I knew t.? I* h s ?'plulon a? well us my own) that tint r? union of all tiiobuu-s wasan lii'ii?i?-n?ai?io condition ot pente." I agr.?. .1 to lt. in tue ex|x?cUtlon that there might be s .iiietbing addod to his nitor discussion or conttrenee with Judgo Black, which I would huto i ?inimun'^tcd to the latter, lu our brief conversutio?:, however, li?s' did Introduce the lubjoct o? piulo negotiations, aud I did mu ?are to cuter up.uj it or prolong our la? t'.ivlcw. ?i- loooiix, left tenada soon niter and returued bouth. and wa? not, th?-rt fore, connecte I with the odi? ous proceedings of Thompson ami other? in the latter pint of the pear? I will outy add that 1 never had a art? vat.) coiivers.itlon with a Houthern Cotifederute duriug the war, nor any intercourse with ono, except apea tin? oil i-Min already tnentloUi'd. 1 have now respond.id fully to the two brunches of assault made by the Chair? man of the Hiat? I'ouiiinttte, aud I shall ?lismlss that as? sail from furthni examination in? s.-.mi simply mat? ters Intended to draw our attention from the real Issues ol tho Btutu election. STATE (?UESTIOrTI!. What do wo desire to accomplish in our fltnt?'1 Why for ooe thing we want the election of Ht.it.? Treasurer taken out of tho Legislature. Ou the first day of the session of 1870 I Introduced Into the State Seuate a Joint resolution to take the election of ?t?te Treasurer from the Legislatur?? and give 11 to the people. I had bad lurk with my rosolution. The Committee did not report it for some time afterward, und it wa? manifest that maturi? ties wore hostile to it in the two Houses. At the ??-.??nui Of UT-, M Wat again introliioed by Mr. Billlngfdl, oat of tour own Hunator? (great applau*.]. ami iheu yam will remember that theto wit? a ditllculiy ?bout the ? 'lection of a State Xreacarar, between Mr. Macker aad Gen. Irvln. Thing? ware t?nii?ider.tl?lv brokeu up, and men got new idea? about Uklt buainess, aud that resolu? tion, in couaequmcc of thai broaeh lu the majority of the tw?i Houses, pa tend both brancnee, and was pubUeaed u pursuance of theOoaetttnttoa. List wluter it wa? re latrnlnand and pattri again iBroagh both House? and wa? thus prepared for u ?uouiisaioa to the people of tho Btate. Vou are to pa?? upon it tins Fsll by your votes, aud yon are to say now, with all the knowledire you have acquired with rtscrCBQB tt> the election of mate 'lieus mmn la pu?t peart by the Legislature, whether that amendmenl to the Coust.'tuiion of the ?t?te or l'ennsylvaiila, Introduced at these sessions l>v mj self aud Mr. BUBngftlt, shall bo adopted. A? a mutter of course you will say yes. B-rORMEBS .VBKDKl) IN TI1K L_?.IsI.AI I. HB. Then wo expect to obuln in the government of our State great, salutary, and necessary reforms with re? gard to tho transaction of business by the Legisla? ture. We expect to have en? oil from the Legislature a largo amount ol Juris liction which ths two Hontet have abused, ami what has been productive of evil to the irate, and of ?vandal and reproach. Large masses of private l?-gi?lailon and large branches of Jurisdiction with reference to bills must be cut off hereafter from the action of the legislative department of our Government. You can obtulu this by two menus. Fir?t uni inuinly by the action of the Cou stitutional Convention which Is to meet in Berember, but we will secure it also to a great extent by electing proper men to the Legislatur?-, and by elocting some man with proper views iii>oti the Mbfett to till tlie Lxecutiv? ot?ice. Bat there II a greater ?|u??.tion than all the*e?the great question of elcctorul reform. Both your primary and your legal tlections urn l>or yerlcil. J'he.v are not a? they ougut to be, Bret ami open encounters between opposing opinion?. I believe in your own county, for tho purp ?so or despotic manag ment [applause] ton h.ivo even in tho management of your primary eiee?un? tu I up tho months, eouseienos, and Judgiueut of citmlidates [great applause], aud after a little tin? will extend to roten ui???. la local elections, not so tniioh here ?ta in oiler un?l greator cltie? of tho Htate, y ?m know that fraud iiiincroaso.l voluumlslulru't taaiteelf mort ami more year after v?'.ir; ami it i? poltoo* lag tlio verv fountain? of power in this Siaio. In i'liiii delp-ia at this moment boaatt are publloly end openly made of mi?coiiuting to tho extent of tliousaiuts of ratal at the approaching ?lection, made uiihluslnngiy by lead nig men in the political organization opposed to n>, Ais'tit let ??r tea thousand votes are to bo luiscouulod or purchased <?r perfected. TI1K CIS- OF M'CM'KE AOAi?fST ?JI'.AT. I take the cas? of Col. MoClurc.at tho List session of the Legislature, In which It became necessary, under th?. testimony, as a pure question of law to Kj.-.t return? fr?m lu fiction divisions el that city, M fal?e ami fr mil nient, a word with reference to tiii?. it ha? beea al? leged, I suppose, by men that did not lead the rep.iit of the Coiumiiiee, that ihc deeBuoa made lust Winter w.'s contrary to Mt in ni.) ?M previous Winter, in another election esse from Philadelphia?the raso of (Senator Bechert. This Is an entire mistake. In t?a case of Senator Leehert. it was decided that tho misconduct of election officer?, either In receiving bad votes, or otherwise, should not nes-eanarily deprive th? people of any division of their vot?t) thut the votes, good und bud, in an election division, where liiere was simply souie irregularity or mis? conduct of the election officer?, o.ight nut to i? > swept away lit a breatli, a? had been done by ? ..Tllon coniinitlee? ut II ifTish'irg and Wishing tea?aad by toarte la Philadelphia. Laei Winter, la the Bate Of Mi'ciiirn Hgaii.st (?ray, wo said the ?.une thing precisely, and the former report wa- quoted. Although, as I havo ulreuily state!, tho legal pi..of of (rand lu t> n election divisions of that city were such that we Ml aside the return.?, yet the ?ittlng member. Col. Gt.iy, was permitted to cull Wltaettet to prove what hi? vole wat lu those divisions, uml the committee sut day alt? r day, in ???in?, catea ?at?; at ultht, hearing testi? mony iu that ? ti? ? t. Eight hundred vitaeeeet vera en? ?mined to enable him to prove what his voto trae la those divisions. We diil Hie v?-r.\ r.i.that.i tho pre? vious session tti?. Committee in tho Decbert cata ?uid ought to ht deae, Wh? u there 1? no valid return (roa the district you ought to permit the p?'?iple of thai district to prove how they aid vote, or the oaadldate to prove what hi? vote was, or to sulistltute for the false ami fraudulent return, which cannot be believed, and must, therefore, be rejected, tho r. al count, and thus put the traOTOtt in the elootlou It urn. Hft did this In the case of McC'lure, und examined roo wit Dosses of Col. Gray, In addition to m- ?i .v l.uou ou iho other side, for the purpose of accomplitthlng it. ? Now,gentlemen,) ou have uu Individual iuierest in what ? taking place elsewhere In your Htate. Are you un-u in the rural districts, cttiteus of Luiicuster Couuty, are you to be utterly powerluas lu government affair?, be? cause your honest volet may be more than balanced by fais.? v..te? in ph.:.h ipiii.t I Thl? l? not a local naeettea. It is a Mat?, ?pi? ?tinn. The false or fiaadaltai vote lu Philadelphia may kill a fair and honest vote in Lancas? ter, and if you do not ?>?<? to It but let your (elections get coirupt you will fl.id that this evil baa become so great and startling that It can no longer be master? ?1 or con? trolled. We n.-??l to put the ?Sinking Fund of tho State into hand? thut can be trusted by the p.-ople. Wo need that a Secretary of the Commonwealth shall lie se? lected, who 1* competent ami lntelllgcut, for tue duties which a Commissloiiernnip reijulre, an Aaditor-Oeaeral who will )?e I ?at t ii ful ami true to tho duties put upou him by tho law, aud ?t Htate Treasurer also?as ?oon as the p.-ople can reach tin? s?-Iectioi? of that ollic??who will Battt with hi? colleague? in seeing to it that those enor? mous balance? in the Treasury, oxloudiug from H.Ooo.oOJ up to 9j,?30u,0O0, ami which ?lid avenue jaJBIMM f-?r many year?, shall i>?- applied upon .the publw debt to save lu I :<-t, instead ot lying dead a? fur us tlie Slut? la con? cerne?!, while as every body believe.? upou creditable in? formation, (Boy ure until?? sourie? of private piullt und of private advantage, (Great cheering.J THE BAItyARD CASE. SARATOGA SENTIMENT?WITAT WILL BAItKABD i>o nu ? Sabatooa, Aug. 21.?Chief-Justice Church left, tcste.nJay, for his rcsidemc in Aibi ,i, .v Y., barely convalescent irom a severe attack of cholera morbua, by which he wut prostrated on Monday, and compelled, much against his will, to be ubsent when the important votes were taken which removed and dis?iualitl??l Bar? nard. He expressed himself well satisfled with the dual actlou of the C.iurt, and was only sorry that he himself could not have been present to swell even higher the vote on the side of Justioo und reform. There 1? very little said hero condemnatory of the verdict of disquali? fication. Occasionally one is found who thinks it "severe," aud declares It wa? "pretty rough on him." The principal argument of IBatt friend? of llarnard, In? terested or disinterested as they may be, ?_ that pecuniary corruption was n??t proved, and also, thut Barnard baa a fum.u. bo that in Unir comprehension wickedness seeiot to hl.ige on the Idea of money, and a claim to m? i? y ?. i tnr fctthat the pun Ulinient would r?_ch b?yo_?l tin offen 1er himself. The necessity for removal, no oat ?ho po ?esses a reputa tlcn for ordinary ?initi, i? p i Mied t., ?cuy, and ?uch a denial Would hardly coin,? with it go ? 1 greet fr?.iu any one, especially siuoe Bernard him if admitted t.? a prominent Senator before, the ti t< wet t k-n thut he knew be ought to ht retaot I, aad spected to be re? moved, aad waa ready ?n.i.,, to .. oepl that if they would not dliipiallfv hliuj u-il ho !i.?ui?bt tho u?l.'.i timial disgr?ce was apre.ty b_id thing t i put on u man. Tin? admUhlou, coming at " eleventh hour, when the probability of OObvletton hud |become a certainty, aud after hi? ooontol, Mr. Beach had exhausted all tiit strategic abilities he is well known to po???a? to save ht? ?lient a? ho has tried to ?ave .?tii.-r equally oorrapi men, Is simply sorrowful, and wt ak-heai U??l people will no longer in tho face of it mm. ut at the ui.i.i's " -Utfertuae" as ui. iiiiitiii expression of pol.tlcal enun v, but oniv looh withpify upon the talcut which ha? lost itaoli in nu,^ degrada? tion. IBtdeaaeed Julge it atu,.ng those who vet remain here. He i??tii! ?urruuu.ie-i b/ a fen friends, who no longer evince that Intente rondnea? for Senatorial com panions that dialinrulshed th.m some time bu.-k, one of wb .m being specially not* d for huho?rriUbleiuvlUt!e'n tugo out ridii?.. ii.i-ar.l do,? u,,t i el kuidiv ?? tho.e by whom ha ihiuk? hn has ben, rlctlt After Ins eonvlctlo? wu? announced, it I? re>irtetl that Judge BapaUo aad deaater Palmar, bafh "i whom are ?ui ae*gaalntanc*ee, and the laii?. e, whom has particular?] expreaaed ti.e arlal he felt In Toting aeaiutl bUfri ud, went up to Barnard and kindly expressed the!i ?j i.pathr, whereupon the lauei na-iil) refused their proi.,rr?'d h mil? and declined t? vu aufhing rurtboi I ? do with them. He bo .,?-r, irdlslly thanked Ben itoi Johnsua and Lorn 'w , ui??no otedugiiliist ihodlaqu-J i. ,i.g , ;.,?-.. ]?.- mam query .fouilou?p.;opieiio*i*. -Waal will Bernard do naxl T' he latt deeMua pieveut? him rrom holding ?? any oiiico trust, honor, or profit" In -.ii? Htate, am) ta tue nao* et of th?' law i? Inrl'ldOd !' thtt tweeplnr sent.e It cms probable tin >, ,,? y rk Will not long coiitluu? he abiding place of tue. di i?, ted J idge, although n rtc that ho i? anil abw to lite ?niiout work oiild ?'Mu to i?e in.? ?i-c, ?o? urdios to hi? expressions U |he wllneaa ?Und. 11 i ?? 1'. Alilli-w?, OM of hi? OUM-B lilil??? lilt |.i, H I? so i. |...ii,.,|, n,_t a!1 ,|lU eii.in of the Court can ?? neutralis?e e,\ ilo ?A?<^inbiv m. ii m li-'ui tied II, bul ii .i ii?.i iiU j .us it cant be dont je ??nui, lo m? readme o?' t_u ItttUUj. OAMPAION MISCELLANY. -TIED DOUGL?S8 ANSWERED. AKOTnEB BESPOR3E?9. B. BOO-TBO-t'- CIHTI CI9MS. To the Hon. Frfuf.rick Doholam. Sir: 1 have not the honor of a personal ?c qualiitanco, that might entitle me to address you, yot I have had the opportunity of hearing you speak at dlf. feront times, and upon various subject*, which hss had the effect of eliciting my profound respect and admira, tioti for you as a leader of our people. The importance attaching to the i .etion of the proper man to the Presi? dential chilr, and the compu-xity of the situation constitute my excuse for addressing you. In 'hese days when politician! ?re performing the meet remark ablo feat? In tumbling. It require? son etblng extraor. dinary in that line to attract our attontlon. Will you allow me to say that I *m Mtoniahed at your following a course diioctly ?ut?goni?tio to your former proieii 610118. In referring to The Hew Sationul Era, of which you RM the editor, I find, under date of Jan. 18,1872, tho following words in the " Prospectus :" The Sew Sitvmnt BM will ptrUkt ?f t two-foM attar?, that af ta Advoca!? tail ?t Kiln. ?lor. A? ?u Advoeat?. It will Itaert iu.1 main-am er.ri ritjfal is-rtainmi to th? A_.rir.-B ciM?n. ini?p?n,1?at ?f race. ?nl.tr. or staBBM of birth. It will _____ tat r?c??(uilii?s o? Iheat rig?? where.? lilt lonatitotiuii eiifttli oi lb? ti?'.i .o? ?nufn w?,??. I am mduced to notice the above, as my attention has been directed to extracts from your speeches In North ( urollua, as well us to your litter to the colored people, which was published on Aug. I0i.li, 1872. In a speech d?? lit ?r- tl at Warreuton, you say : All ait ?ot toetti t vot? w'uth will I? t?r wav ?tit th* ?lichtet! tt.adtw of iuSuence 1b fatal of tb?*a who 1 tv? to terribly o,.pr???-d lay MB This ssoms to me to be an abandonment of the deolara tlon lu the l'rosp?'ctus referred to. To cast a voto lu favor of those who h.ii t. eppro?l- M does not noces h.,rilj- imply that we shall therebv Interfere with or abridge our own rights, and as 1 believe It to be ? truth that one mau's liberty begin? where another's ends. I cannot harmonize this with the extract, which would, by ? logical deduction, eitler ullow us to remain Inactive when another's rights are Imperiled, or at liborty to cast our lutluence against ihem. I am lu favor of giving to mankind all those rights wlibih do not interfere with mv own or the nrhtsof others, (ioveitituents are Insti? tuted for the protection of the various rights of cltizeus, nor does the fact that uue portion of the cltizeus have op? pressed the other iifTi-ct the truth of these statements. I am not unmindful of the fact that we have been ter? ribly oppressed, but now that oppression has ceased, 1 i e h-v.- it to be for our own welfare, and that of our n hole ? omitry, that proscription and oppression of every kind shall cease, ami that the hates ana ani'iiositlos ro siilt mt from the past condition ot the people shall be finally subdued by re< ??-dilation. In th? 1'io-p. ? lus yoTXMMii and maintain every right pertaining to the American citizen, Independent of r.in-, color,M accident of birth; in the speech you will do nothing lu favor of tuose who have so terribly oppre tsed our race. I am Ju?titl?-d in ?liar?ing you with a more palpable Inconsistency aud uncertainty than you have charged Mr. Greeley with. You certainly do not main? tain the ruht* of ull tho people to-day, us you proposed todo in January la-'. I legi.-t very liiiieh that on? like yourself, who has had such ampio opportunity to ?tudy the character of Mr. (iieiii-y, should rest your case with charges only, eu tln-ly destitute Of specification*, or proofs. On tho sub? ject? of civil right*, iree labor, freesisoecb, and freemen, questions so p.u iieularly 1st?.resting to our p.-op.e, I ?rill venture the assertion, without the fear of laCORRRtBl contradiction, thai Mr. Oiceiey has ever t?een firm and right,and stands t?-?lay wheruhedid forty yours ago. You certaiuly gave noevidtinjo that you considered Mr. Greeley an uncertain m.iu IR those days, when It cost ?souietinng t<> be tin- fi i -i.d to the si ive, when he w;i, re? gal led everywhere a* the persunilleatiou of abolition? ism, und that, too, at a lime when there was n-.t ap pirenily the remot?-t . in .-of our ever being able to help i, i in except by I he oai pouring of our grateful hearts. By? strange fortuity ?C event* von have had your vis,.m ?utiileiily opened to th?, fact| that Mr. Greeley has ever been un incoiisi-tent und uncertain man. What a narrow escapo we .?I -RTR had from MOM Injudi? cious action of his during those loug years in which wo ?o i oiti i ?'. lu htm. You also say : "I should like to vote tot Mr. Groe., v- I vaol to vote for liim?if I only knew which one my Tetl Dig-! help elect; but I cannot know anything about It, whether Ureeley, the Abolitionist, who h would not bo objectionable, or Greeley, UM leader of all that clRii of men who have opp?il hitteriy every measure leading to pres-nt glori? ous Irvedom." It is very'evident that you dwell upou the poiut of Mr. Greeley'? pro-niit support-irs in the Democratic party m ix.ug a tufBclent reaion for oai n-J.. tiou of him. 1 am nut aware, bir, that It is usual or good policy for a genii.-men already In nomination by _U former political MsorlitrB to ratUM the supi?ort of any perMM who willingly subscribe to thelf declaration of prim api?-*. 1 am not aware that Presidout Grant has cter refused the suppiitof cx-Kobels, Domot.rat.1, OR others who were once tiie uppom-nts of the blui k in.in'* lights; but on the other hand, his adherents are welcoming, them, und daily boa?t that they are likely to get as many Donen ratio vot? s M Mr. Oreeley inn.self. The incle fa? t that appearances Indi? ilo that Mr. Greeley will gel by far the greater DOttlOB of this vote does not in tin: least affect tho question of Its b. lug right t? nc.-ive lu support, iiy way of further li.iistrutloii of this |Minit, nippose th?; Democratic party, Instead of nominating Qreeiey and Hrown, hadshown lurhei evidence or their desire to reconcile all pu?t dif fi-riii.? s by liidor-ing the ticket on which TOB RIB hoii on .1 with the second iK>-!tiou -Woodhflll and Douglass? would the lact of their having done so be u sulli. lent reason lor my doubt lu your ability, firmness, and integ? rity, in I.no of your pa?l devotion to human liberty I Not at all. I beg leave to ussiiro you that myself ami many others would have rather eou ll.ied our dcstiules to Wnodhull and Douglass (hull tO (.iaht and vVilson. I have every reason to be? ll. -\. voll would have been subjected to the same sus? picion* and aoiise that have eVery where been the por? tion of Mr. Ureeley. Tho very gnat zeal that you dis? play In order to shield IM President from Just censure on account of his ungeuilemanly omission to extend to you the civilities ace,up d to other members of tho Santo Domingo Commission woiiul lead one to suppose that you BfRRB not BMRRRMd Ol very ucilte sensibility under su? h circutiist.iin <??. afnu ti.e ? o. nuns of The Seto na? tional Era I qiioie ihe l'ic_dciit's answer to the coiumit tee of color?"! inen : 1 Li l'r?-..l?B. it rcpl.t, itttcd tilt be bid bo donM bot whit th?y w?r? d'p-.vril uf riflht? ?tl priTil?r?? which fir? LtJ cltimt to, to?! In lb? tuteur? of law, be o?.t t>e of ? ltwjtr, It ni But p...?,res for hot to id ?i? it to ?bit w?t tl?. is-at cura? i0 punas. At n-ttrdt lb? Mappl?. ?ennui Cml B ?-lit* lull, not utvlBg rv-1 it at-i.Utter, be wit ui.?ole V? ?peii it u. th? ?p.c.tic pr.iTiituii contained tb?re.u, but ba tboughl it Bnfurtunit? th.t it lie. .1,1 b? uck-l to Ibi Auiuesty bill, it L? w?t feirful llial ira aianer uf to plieing It mlgrit tleieat lb* one or both ro?Mar?t? th? Amni-?t.r bill r?u,iirtnf t Iwo-thirJt ?.a?, wbrr-i? tiie Civil RiiibU bill eotll be pi?e-1 la ? niajtintr ?ulv; ?uil b? tacir-il from hi. limited knowln^e of lb* lull, lu itlJilitiB lo the virw? ?rt furth br tbote pr?tent, tbtt there wit lunVi'Dt ?.rit ?ni j'Htta . in the rtppl.wi.Bitr? ?ivil Kighlw bill tit ?. an meuJ . ??II lo the Ih.iufiitful cm it-mioa of lb..?* wbo tre eallnl upou to l'fiilile on ibe ?uhj-ci f, ?t, ur, u pu<?ge. 11? Iwtt furiiirr of the bui-muioB tntl wi,?i w?t ??ki?l fuMir the eulore?! people w?> murtntenl In tb??B hi th? pawag. iiMbe Kttu.VeBtb at.l KifteeBlh Araen.ln.rut? lo Ib* i nituaUon, and be wit uf II? opinion tbtl all thai *ii aeuiutry ata Uie pita**, of I law for tbnr eofarc-iurul tnii rlndiclioa. Corn? is?n ctrneta tad oibert |*|?La?~ by ttw ?bould aol ?at? color a bta? of ullJ-Cll^B. 1 know that I and hundreds of others who read the Pres? ident's reply at the time wire not well pleased, but con? sidered Il a most evasive answer,and upon its very face proved that he wu* only fearful it would prevent the passage o I the Amnesty b 11, which ho had already rec? ommended in his annual ucssagc He hadn't even road it attentively enough to ?ive itu intelligent opinion of ns nient?. Suppose a co'multtee of colored men had vra,teil uiKiii Mr. Greeley with the same design, and he liiol givou the samo reply, would It hot have been giv.-n fuith as coiiclu-lve evldeuco that he never wu? in favor of civil right? I Certainly it would, aud I think your own powerful eloquence woul.l huvo been brought to hear wry ?trcctni-ly upon tho t?Ct. Brooklyn, A'. 1'.. Aug. 20,1S7J. 8. B. 3C0TTB0M. CAMPAIGN ORGANIZATIONS. Tho Fishkill Lundinp, N. V., Greeley and Brown Cluu numbers ?25 nembers. The printers of Albmy, N. Y., and Boston, Mass., have organized Groaloy Clubs. Oue-arid-tvventy voters are members of tho Glenhaui, N'. Y., Greeb-y and Brown Club. Two Groeley and Brown Clubs were formed at Hudson, >. Y., on Thursday of last week. A Greeley and Brown Club numbering 3? metnbers was organized at Kanka-ee, 111., on Friday of last week. Four hundred and fir? Dem?crata and Rc fmoMeans compose the Maitcawau, N. Y., Groeley und Irowu Club.fl The followini? are the oillcora of tho Little Fulls, V. Y.. Greeley and Hnwu Club: President, 8. II. UoCampi Vice I'resldi'uts, Titus SliearJ, S. 8. Lansing, Rot?ert (lark, Jose|.h Hoyer, and _ others; Secretary, K. CCotior; Executive Coininlttcc, Gen. Z. C. l'ri-?, i nai. i? Heiiedict, and six others; Marshal, Vf. }l \|,' bott, and four Assistants. THIERS AND ?RRF.LEY. From TV Isrndcn Tlte?rapH, Aug. 10 A'li.lj.lie TliiiTH baa, ai a matter, of puro record, thought more, wrought mort?, done more and talked more in his ft tears llisn ;u) av? ratro Inen ?'?ml th? coi;-.ijii. nee has he, n that .-??.it rvadim-ss and forOR of l'?le!1.. I, which makes linu ?a, easily master of ins marvelous position. Some uakind adveraary aai 1 bit te I'll the otlnr .lav of the Front h President that " he had nothing groat except his iiuture." The envious ?piaran wau* layaauihetaflj glory at his feet, a?br It .oi.iiii?motates the superb style lu which lie has mad?, hiind Itininph overni?tter, with all the win Id against h.c.iiqu? ruiti Destinv lts.-lf by means of two sole ?seapi>u?-the vigorous mind and the healthy both. Nor ?uu we fall to recognise the sc_*>I in which he trained his eilmustlt-s in.-ntal ?tren?th. Journalism ivii bim the habit ot omuiscleuce, and laiiarlit mi the prii-lous lesion of Incessant teadv, ?ll-eompreheu.llng, all subilum^ t,,n, \t . no accident which, at thi? hottr, pt?'?eun M. i liters at i,?i si'imii Sovereiiiii of France and lu Aun-rie a gives ?? ?. tiiildaitl.? a.pecl ?? tl. cimlluat ir ? of Editor .1... Moth men ar.i ?|sviii,e,i pep.i, ,|r,tlt.-d . ,,, ? inf stein c.-aneles? p?l/<~r?(r,| ,,f modern time*? .,e pi??HS?MiiH-h wens out tla ? Weal Itfain. but ??m!, th., Mrong one int.. thiakiiitr stu.f Ui for all ""1 '?r."' . .(,f J1"' l"""1 -*-" '" ''"- colossal ? on.pl.4he,I i,> M. Thl, i. ?n .h, mu t^.uu.w,. lir? using at him in lit. dlBR_?g?fRWR ?til slipper?, and lie.w i.-l? ?p.,ri from m .in,., promeuu.li.i_. vrrainly ev.-iyo.il) ,???t ?dtRlr? him a? un lu ..f whit on?, hea.i ,-an ,?irV -that head which, own-1 wiih tl,,. gloaming ._?w-wlute hair, und .rl.l-'.-il with the historia M,. ,...,. ,.,, ?, n ina 'ilue of ooneenlrated aud n hi led tore,. ompared whoro i.n N ?. l>th ? ?team ha.inner tu.) i.allo.l a trille, n i ,. -.-o tun locomotive but a toy. VVnat was the iniu-ht f Achilles alter all, with In? nrutal ?iroiu-tli and ?oarM alor. io the in?, inhOe, eoaip?et IghUng power crys .? I ll-.^t 11. the ;,!., ??,1e,. ?, A,\?nili? ni?.M | ,,0.? ??? in?-?.irfeisii,-, ,.v,.n i,, Homer'? own uo.'ount. ii,u ? ..rrlor Was bbllaTaxI to repair lo llo. s,.,, o hi* mother 1 li. tin might relreah ami realm . 1U? i_vUt.ru ??lau-? man go?? Uuro from a Uero.-r conflict to read metapliy-lrs, while he make? the eea nymph? Jump tinder the waves at the thunder of ht? holiday warfare. Wo offer our best compliments to M. Thlers mur bams: In ?nur oplulon, he would even now cut up into a whole " Iliad " full of anolout reputations. RPIRIT OF TUR PRR88. Tho Omnt organs think no woll of the Lonin vllle Convention that they may now be expected to call for the formation of delegations of Urant It pub.., .1:1 ?. Somo familiar incct? wore evidently hhtm at the Utica Convention. The t'tita Obierver says: "Sena? tor James Wood Is among the managers of the Cnatom house Convention now in sis-ion in t'tica. lie is bit? terly opposed to Horace Ureeley. He bas bis reusons." People and paixT8 who have no mindn about poii.ical Issues, or, having them, axe anxious to conceal tbera until they can see the best way to Jump, will bo delighted with the ticket The Dayton (O.) Sun off. r? them : " For President, Ur-; for Vlce-Presldeut,-?n." The Administration really has not received suflicieht credit for its aggregate refusal to vi?lt Chatta? nooga. Tho stern sense of duty which prompte- the action receives iK? Mfdtfti recognition of The IforvrieK (i'onn.) Advertiser, it savs: ? These gentlemen should not confine themselves too closely to official business, yet we know they must (tal ? natural delicacy at being absent from their post of duty." Persons who are so conceited as to imafftno that they possess any virtues or graces, have only to de? clare themselves In favor of tlie Liberal candidates to have them stripped from thoni l>-, tli?j remorseless Orant press. It is generally coi.dod that tho IJcecher family ar.? clever, but The ilisimtri Hemoerat, as soon as it learns that Thornr? K. Il.echer supports (ireelcy, (11* covers that he hat " aever bata rcgardesl as smart," ami expels Mm from the family, declaring that ho "Is not a thoroughbred Heecher arter all," and "Isonly a half brothor" of some of the older children. If cold water could dampen anybody's ardor It certainly would bo time for Col. lllanton Duncan to display a little loss of his accustomed tire. He is most discouraged In those parts of the country where, in old time?, if people were anything th? y were Democrats. The VirAraoii?-?/ (Mi*? ) Herald say? : * It seem? impossible to do anything just now with Kentucky's pollticn! fili? buster, lilanton Duncan. He will not ho fa? hood with the spirit of Liberalism and progress; will not Join it great patriotic peace party to rtttore ? rood ur demand lug and pleasant relations between tho people of the sections. In hi? own State, there has not been a tingle meeting held to appoint delegate-, and not a single new-paper lu the State Indorses the movement." The organs have been talking hysterically of Mr. (Jrceley'a disposition to urge the payment of pen? sions to Rebel soldlor?, but havo not, In the Intervals of their shrloks and chattering?, given any semblance of reason for their assertion. At list ? Western paper prtv duoes the thing that has been chafing their sensitive souls all this tune, and it is?the tenth plank of the Cin? cinnati platform I Beeaaat that platform expressed the obligations of the country to the "soldiers and s;tilors of tin- Republic" and not of the North?" Therefore." thinks The Detroit Pott, -'Mr. Ortelty wants to pay pensions to Rebel soldiers." Wu.it it pitv the construction of that Clatform couldn't have beta left to the Grant editora I heir eontummate mastery of Englltb would pro huve made it the most explicit thing ?luce tiiu Declara? tion of Independence. A number of the most fruitful texts of tlis cnsslon have been ntfi?rd?(t so far by The Congrcstional Globe, and moro seen to be coming. The Prot?lence Pre?? is unkind enough to poke tho following at Senator Iaognn, thinking It ml'.'ht be of Interest to hlra In con? nection wun his denials that corrnpttoa e_i??.e?l at Washington : M If you look around tna Capitol here, ?round the Capitol grounde, am! around th? Treasury D?partaient,and tee the iliggiug which has been put down, you wi'l find that 11 in or red ?tone. If you knew who owned the ?tone quarry,yon might timlcr?.fau?t why granite i? not put in aera. I call the attention <?f the Boose to this fact. Thlt i? t regular Job for the par? p?os of building nState Department ooi ol red atone, the ?piarry from winch it i? tuk-ii being owned by < er taiu individuals Bere.H? Globe, third session, XLI.-a Cou pam, vol. lu., p.???' i,'?i7. Somo of tho impertinent tail, of propio wfeo cannot coniprehoiid that there tit bou is of propriety even in political discussion, is thus d!.si>osed of t?y The Chicago Sun : " Some of the Orantile organs nre iuriuir ing vBt_Mt Hortce Ortelty ' Im? any defined religious vi?.\vs.' We pi?- nine ht baa. Mr. Oreeiey i? rery apt to have'deOued viewt' on every important ?n i?-< t, aad Be le neither afraid nor atharoed to maBa them known. His religious views, however, are in? own private prop? erty. IIu is not u candidate for the Presidency of a Theo loi/icul Bemlnary, n.?r f.?r a vacant pastorate, but for the oillc?) of Chief Magistrate of the Nation. Tho ijuestion f..r I he Amer:, an |.pit to il?-termine, l? whether Horace Oreeiey it qualified for that <>iu?-?;. For oar own perl being perfectly satisfied that Mr. Oreeiey i- boneet aad capable, we shall vot<-ror him with unfeigned pUNUBW, WitbOUt flopping to impure whether he is a Ii.iptist.it Methodist, a Presbyterian, a Ualvertallet, a BptriraaUtt, an IiiIIIhI, oran Atheist." A thing muy hi' printed in an Administra? tion paper without being particularly truthful or pp?i ciully worthy of notice. In regard to the recent charg?-? iig.iin?t Heu.itor Dooiittle, The Memphis Appeal ?uvs : " From a personal knowledge of f.u-t?, we are aide to state tniit tin? ftory is tlio worst of nil the base false? hoods now circul?t?-?!, ami we cannot unafclna where toe tllghteat fact could have been obtained at ? baaia for sucii u tnperttrnctnre ?.f lies afleetlnx ? man wboet pe*? SOIlill reputa;Ion has been us Ptainl?-i?S its that of uuy patriot who has ever aerred IBa com. ny. 11 ?- ana Im jiot.-rislied by lus urgent needs, while other Benntort (we c.iu Ham?-tin mi m oiie fhort t'-rin beenmt million aires, and now revel in wealth. Altai li year?' mtvicc In the Bonete, he retired to his little farm at Racine, which bad been mortgaged b? eupport blm while la die charge of his duties at tac Federal eapltaL Tim people ef WisooBsln are fully aware of tBeee facts, aad ?? c.tu well Imagine what a atom at Indignation wat aroused when ii>? read the fuul libel agulust their fBTOrltt ttattaaua." ^___________________ THE CKNEVA TKIIiUS'AL-A MARITIME PKE _ DKNT. It m.-iy afford n-lief to students of the Alabama ipi?'?tioti to learn that tl.i-y will uot be obliged to read voluminous reports of the proceedings ut Geneva. Tnere U a secretary, but no report?. No rec? ord U kept of the debates, tho consultation?, the pi?,i?l lngs. Such arguments us aie lu writing are of MUTM preserved, and occasionally a stenographer is culled In to transcribo some Important ?>nil pieu. Dut tlie duties of the secretary are to Itattd only such baalaeea m i? actually done?that is to ?ay, io register Judgment! when they are completed. So the hi.tory of the great Tribunal will he u mart Skeleton of formal entries, while the ?isc-snlous, winch are of the neateetImportance, will be loot. It i? barely po thut some modern Billot inside tlie Salle ? Mariage? may take notes from day to day, vtilti it view lo writing in the future a cttrvful hlntory of all tlio i.ceiling.?. In re? gard to the suiij? ct of maritime neutrality, and as t oaat of the highest Importance In Iteelf, the Barita Journals |iul?li?h the history of the ship L.t fulme. It is us follow?: Bwttatrlaad, belag mi miami Btate, has no in.? iti.il?. il.ig. Su? h commerce ai It carried on by her entei prising BMrekeotC is obliged to sei-K the hospitality of foreign Baga, iii iti?h, French, or fltHiea Somo tune ago a society of mkwlona, with headquarters ?t Basle, g lined a foothold on the com-t of Africa, and opened it I ri-k trade in palm oil. The traillo ?ma OBI 111 .1 on in the i-bi|> La l'aliue, uniler the Uei man Hag. The (?i-nnuii lawi n (pur? .1 that vessels win? h earry tBe German flag mutt oo owned by ?Herman sub? ject-. The dlfflculty wat overe?me by a letton; the J'uline wa? Itgltlltod noiuil'ally us th?. prop-i ty of ,t nr tain liennaii, and ail went smoothly. Durn < the war-he wat capture?] hy a frenoh cruiser and taken ,..;?? Dunkirk for adjudication* The8wittownen claimed her release a? neutral pfOUttty. and, mi adverse Judgment, appealed to the C'oruei*! d'etat, or the Comiui--.ii.iu which tempora? rily till? tho plan; o? that body. There Wat no dispute about ownership? the tociety eeaily proved tbelrprop* city ; tho Btat was over the interpretation of the famous D?-duration of l'an* of lajfj. On? article thereof allirui. tiiat neutral property not contraband ol war i? not lw'/m to oaptnre under the enemy't Bag. Beretofore, tu' r?'?i^ Bad alwaye beta confined to mercbnudise; mr ?,,,. ,. ,'J,. of it ship there ?mt no precedeut. The Commission with Uta liberality winch osually markt French InterunJ tuiion? of public law, finally atnruiou that tho ni'e ?bullid be applied to protn-rty la ihipt u well u? Dron. erty in merehandlte, ap.tf ordcrud tiiu reltaee o? tM\JL sel. The decision will doubtless become ? ??? TT, ? ,,. aSS_S_M "?J?S?S Wv ?;":'^"" -f^wnWuS SAltATUUA. A'he season has been cxctiitionally fanhion sble. All i ho h??t.-i? uro well Uilcd, and hops are given every evening c-c.-pt Hiinil.iy. Tho waters art turne patronised than ??.-r, especially tbott of the Concrets Spring, rhiaold-time favorito l? a? popular at over tod t...- proprietor? are bottling the wutoi? und teiidlns lucm to otciy part of th?; country. ? NAVAL CHAMiKi. Annapolis, Aug. A'.-Thc July Dine Book of tho Hat? 1? uot, ?ui oute? aus? importai*I _?aB~.. K?-?r AJmiril t.'h?.. A. Bo?,? l,u l^.ii relirai, aal hi? ?.?ae? 611*. by tb? |iroiaolioB of Jo?<-p_ y. Urrrs. Ja- ?Mia, twelfth on ill* Itr4r Adm?rala iiat, Laa ?1?? U.n rrtirt-d. tat hi? tlac* lll?i or ihr pr,?iuolion of 1'aaiiiiou?ra AiujbiIu? _. C???. l'oiiua.?dotB Alfre.1 T?.lor wa. Laewl^pronK-t.?! lu Rrar AJmlral, anj baa tinra \>**n rrtir-l. OiMBMM UK M 1 rm.ork ha? tlio lrrri loair t K_r A .iBii.l II.,',* Btaaffai Ira.r t onua.alor- Joba l_ Wf .,.,!?.. I,fi:,.No4l ,.,_,. Kl ,be Lr41, ?, y,, |i,lor l..u,ra.-..r*a. II- ,,?,.,.?., i., e ,, .,,,? -g ?,.,,., ,t,., n >,?,,? CuanMur? ?m. H. Macoaib baa _*.! _??? Jal, I. Auioa. Ui? ('at? Um?, I kaa. II. Siareu?, wbo i? ?i the hea.l of ibr lid for bimb?i Hua, lit."? BBt-a ?_.]..?IM..U. Tbi. bnrK? la|.t Io*?. II. Wtnun to tli?b?a.l, ??.lUio^aU. of l __?.?_,, )1?.,?1U ?Ulm.?, xnvi- W?-ia a U--?klare. Cl II. I've r?,,.,, Juin. 1 llowrll, litai.-l Aiauirii. tii.1 Kilwarl I. Si.-noi, I,,,,. . , , ,,? ?,t,. | ,., ,.?.?? trt ?, ,|? ?r?Jr til Uvuiutaltie. t *|.i l'i.o?. ||. Htiriat ?-? p???*>l or?r ill l??r otihe.nv. Coi__t?Jen Rei.trt B. Loarj M. W U?a, Jobs U-Up?ar, Praarii A. R?*, ?a.1 la? s i bawls? ?r? i,?.n ?r?.ii?..te?i t.? i ?,.? i ib. Laut l..mu,an,l.r. irraa.1, M. -*.,?, I. ru0 |V ,_-U, I,, , ,. . . \,. .W, vu. B-Caaaiaj. Artaai R. Vttaa, J. I. Hawaii ? g.?-i ti*.,. Dawty. au Ckaa 1 WinUm bava bate ?..?-..te.itoCa.a ai?a?ler?. um.x luuaml r Al r?. IU,._?, i*. .; :,i ,..i.d, Liaat.? ' il a ,.n, Oto ti. ttm.. ,,,,.. gp i,, ,... | ?!,. ,,f UaaanaBBas, I.*?t.-C???iia_ia.ler Hem; L. Hua.auB i? uo- Dial ?u l_e Hal lu? i*?*? b.?n. I I Uoarl,,*. Mii'-n h?te l^en r.ri.ru...e.| t.? lien' taattl KruitBi I)*i.B,?.?a, Wia II tie? let, Krai..., 11. !>eian.i. llali.t i 1) , I,,:. :.. I lu. e, < ba? ? . ? .T .. ,i .. ||. U I..,,..n AJ.ilpl Mint bb4 Iraaaaa K-anch. Tb* in'l.-w.iia; b?rc iMvn t?roin?i*J I'lluH..: I ha?, i', f. i .... U II n... a,.i,dtiu, l.naau 0. SpaaaliBf, ( ... ?. Bttftt, It ... I' I' 1 . i. ?. .., U. Il.ibe'r, J .... si? A. u fata? il II. *I l I,. ?ri. Artaai ?' l ?l.'hi li. Un,?? Al.i. M. Tbaasswl, v-i-n i: Maaaa,UaarrOt IUikI?, Auimt f. ;, ?ro b-?ilK. HiiUr. tl ib. W k,*?.!!. I ?a?. II Ur...ii, Un?, t. Bat, J,?.'.!? B II..I....U i :.u ? \\. a..i, Kl* an! .1. Fle_. J.a. fr.akilo. liria- it. HtrrU, Wm ,t. t(vl.iru, idcharil II. Partap it, hi ?raid B. Barry. C. ? K, ... A. lir.n.ur-, lli.!,?r.l A. |.r r\, K.I* ri J Hi-ra??.??!, Hr-Wii Wn ?i ,?. lira II I ?Mi*e. P i .Ir?*?????-?- C4?Mrt-ar> I '11 ll.? I'' I. | I ? ?> ?! I ? n,r raal > ?,tu tu? U?, |WBSrt?, BBtl boaliwala cuutli a* ?I*? ? -??'?. >?' ' ' ? I??? GENERAL POLITICS. GARRISON ANSWERED. AB?I7RDITT OB MIS AAS-MI'TIONS?f. W. BIBD OB MASSAOHCSKTTS TAKKS IHM IN HANI??an. (?akiuson's iiatuki) o? TUB OO-f-fTUTMHI AMD /.v. a i. roa saci-wioN?i-cu.niI-Teno. OK HIS OOtl-Ml To the Editor of The f?oiton Pott I citallAiig? Mr. Garrison's right to real to Charles Sumuor or Horace Grm-K-y lecture? upon prao tn ul statesmanship. J>'.?r thirty ye?ar* or mor?; he wia, or was claimed by Ids few worshiinT? to be, the les?ler of one wing of the AlsOlltloraist? of the North, the other wing being the Liberty p.irty, tho Fr.e Soil parte, ?u?1 th.-.??publican party. Poring ail this time, up lo th? breaking out of the war, the fundamental article of hi? : was that the Constitution was a "covenant of d.'.irh and an sgrwmont with hell;" and thena foie no honest ant i Slavery man could take tho oath to support suoh a Constitution or vote under It, and thut the only remedy forth? ?fill of Slavery was the dissolution .?f the tJntoa. Ml* coad? jutors were men and women of the highest culture, of marvelous cl.siiieuc? (yid ot the purest conaclentioua? ne*?: and forth/ leal witn which they labored to propa? gate their dogmas, and the heroism with which they en? duro.! unrelenting proscription aud p< rsec ition, lot tbeaa have all honor. But Mr. Garrison never had any coa slderubie following. Probably not a tr.<?usarid in. n r?y fralned from voting on account of th? Ir agreement -tt_ Mr. Garrison's dogma*. Su? h wat the estimate whl?R the intelligent, conscientious, Christian sentiment of th? North pul upon Mr. Garrison's practical statesmanship. I ?piote from The Liberator a few extract* from spem-hc* bv Mr. Garrison, ss fair specimen? of his uni? form teachings up to 1HC1. The first :? from a -p.?-.? at Fntmtiighaiu ou the 4th of July, IsM, copied from Ike Liberator of July 11 : '? To ate the path 1? pltin. T?vd?r I lltowa th? Aatvlca* lag m ?ka ivrohol uf aciualftl b-pocritf in.,1 Iranicewleat opprtwiiot. a.i-1. , ?rang iiiBt? the liro?d Atlaotie, lief,-ill the ? at?ri thereof ic, wa?h o-l lit M?,?lv aUia*. Tosltr I /eutw inj tarrattl.oa if ?litt Ib? Ara?inria Coa ?t titan,, ibat it it I covenant with !e?lh and an ?gT??era?nt ?vit- hell,' *. ?h ought to be aria.ille?] now aad f.,.'?ter. T? !af I proaoBno? la? A i.rican L'nloa i leagt? ?,f leapoti?-, to perpe.Biie wbtiti m ? crime ?gsinat our ?ittnion bumtnit/ tail a ?in atouaii (io>l. Tod?, I ?0r_ t?a 'Higher haw' lo 1st the rightful tad par.mount law of tiie Iv-l, ?o th* Kibten-oa of ever? tutate, a??ecraeat. and ciapron.. <-? minu??I M b?_?? freedom. To-d?y I ?Und ouUitie or tbi? lirtnntc*. fliMWSI ?a, ? ??> eeder on principle, a revolutnir.itt with Hancock tnd Utta ?nd War??, b?t opoa ? linwler DlaUurtB, wtia ? lof?M ?pint, ?nth ballet ?r.,??_?, ? nd for t ?obl?r ohh-ct. ???.?? 1h? preserva! ion ortbe?x1?tlng Cnlnn lithe c?rt?lB trlnmph of !b? SUv? Vowtr 1? whatever it mir aeek to aeco-pnah. Within it? .liana?* circle. Bader tbtt f.'c?rv rptll, w* tbtll tnd our??I??? power!???. Tber* ire t thituiaud w.-ighti'-r r>-??..n? whr tue .Sortit aboild teptrt-i fron ?h? So ,'L tban our revolationtr/ falb rt liul lo *ec*d* fio? the mutlvr cmutry. ? * ? Lei 01 then, today, rejecting ?t ? 11 aud cl.._?rlc?l all ?ugfeaiiuni. propotillo-ii. in.I contnvtric? for retraining NWr?rr w.ihia It? pretest lirait?, while etteudiBg coaeutoUoual promtloa tu it is 11 of th* 11 SUtet. rag-tor our pledge anew, befur* b-a?ei tnd ah* world, ihtt -a will do wbtt ?a u? Ue? to e?-et tie eterntl overthrow ?4 thla blcod-tUined Union, tbtt tita oir eolltvad ooant--?* mir etfts-t t tare deiiv.ntaoe, ?ad we auf bj I.?gel be antwerahle for tbeir blood. Let a? r. >t b* drawn on i.r ?or ?ide tata? In regtrd to Kanat?, nor b* deluded It U. etj ot HArriy national. SUoery ttctiunai, Malag it i? lb? ?i;?t?i.c<? at Hltvery in tLc .stiutb wire-i? the root of til our tr,>ubl??t tit?? c?o?e ot ill onrdtng?r<.. the innre? of ill oor peril?. A?., Hie-, w-tb nosranu, Cttct-aaio..?, compro?,net, ?ipwheut?, lr?co?, tod the like. IJ.it ??? cunrte ,? to k* p ir.ue.1, one object ahncd at, ??:.* blow .truck? Th? Ifortlim.iit teptrale frvm the Hou'A. tad orrtn.tu bar owa uutiuuua* 00 a ?art bttia. cntbliui each ons of a? to thooi: ' O. th? Iti.d forme, tl.? liad for me. ? Whtrt ?tcrj ?jung ?oai u lnw," kc' " [Otter*.] At Kr.inilngham, on tho 1th JulT, lsj?, Mr. Garrison re :.l tie f. -liowing resolutions: VII / ? ! wta ? ?Bindithinte forth? N..r.!i toeoa-al* with tb.- . uapistad u?.,-i bat IT th? m t?I in tb? form? lion of the ?on?',lotion, it .? no In? ? ?tu and ? ?bam? for her to r mala ill that aaballuwed Lniou ob 107 pr?tent wbiti-ver. tad thai, cna? what mar. el.e ought to organim on a free tnd in?l?p?-?den: bit-, tnd to with ditw ?11 eoi.ntc! t .<??? and ?1 port troi? ,s|?v -rv-t:,u? pr?cipiwt "g il* imiiKsJilt? dojnl.il br .Btaiai/ il t g*ognph.r?, pi;j?ic?l ?tl niurtj iinp.t^io.litr for ibt -ou?1 ui -tiBU.a ber coulioi over bar ?li?? pupa lila,n. VIII. llttolrrd. Th.t tte H?g ander wh'e'i fonr million? ?f ?lire? tea lip!*-i?l?lr !? Ifcili thilta. heroal?I k*M*f*p*t*eM lelitirta*^ tp.l wbtcb k1v?i immunity to every piratical iltve ?inp tbtt Anitt apt* la? deep through th? a*B***_W M the B*Mtal Oov.rament. it ? na? ta bs, ?hhorral, itiaowned, and Iro-Htn and.r fool brei?r? true fn?:.d ?4 fnei!.,m, i-v, rr alvot?t* of tbe oppreated tal ?re r wuh _? ? ?M?I U be ?gain oafurled to tb? bree??. " Tiieee, ' aail Mr. (itrnioa, " I tmatam ar own account, ti.d at lbs .-ipre?nun of ui? latlirWaal ao*rittl?a ??1 lie M.d be woalu Lot pre? tl.em dtob tb? m, etiatg rat ?Jo? tii.ii. lut h? t,. ???-e.l l?tve to read ?lulb.r aere?, wbirh lie could tu* doubt would meet ibe general i|yr..bation nf tLo ia.embly. lu 1S5I The Liberat'/r, after rci?orii?iir a ipe?eh with th? ?11111- sentiments its the above, closes as follows: " I. n, holding up the L'uiti'd StatesCoiistlniitou, !.. lu?n l. ?i It as the sonne und i.arcut ?if all the o?h?-r 1 ? ? '? toveiiant with d'?th and 11:1 agroemetit with b ii? and con umeil it t?. ashes OB the ?is.t, .-claiming ' ?? perish all comproiui-co with tyranny I aii.l letB? th? people any, amen I' A tremendous shout of 'bbmb' went up to heaven in ratlllcatlon of the du??d. iiriu/btl with a few hisvis und wrathful exclaui.iuon* from boiuc, who Ben evidently In a ruw.ivih state of mtii.1, but who were, at once cowed by the popular ftollllg. " Persons with good memories, who read the accounts ot this h..lo.au?t la the newspapers at the time, will r?. iiit-miier more of the ?Iranian?: ?urriMindlugs of th? transaction than Mr. ?iarrisou's well-known modeety m,o.s.ti 1,1m to give 111 The Liberator, and that the aol was performed not only for arURtto flroct, but gravely und solemnly, as expressing on earneut conviction, and ion-shadowing an inevltab.e event. When the war broke out, Mr. Uarrlson discreetly with lu hi publie toivo.-iii-y of these extravagant di gtnai ; ^>xt lie has given no ?vidence of practical political W_?_C_ superior to that of in* whole previous life. Is W.iiiuua Lloyd Garrison the man to question ihe ?,,lsdoiu ul Churl?* 1 '?. and to 1 xpect the pcopl ? of Ml? H.ichiisctis to I. JJ..W bis tcaculiiji? m matters of practical statesmanship I Toe impartial historian, In inquiring for the RBBRRR of tbe 81avelioluei.v Bebellion, will be cmp. ll.-.i to d? lar? tuai no man und no set of iinu were more re?is>nsibl? the ?v.ti than <;,irri?oii and his followers. He a 111 lliev With Woiitlerlut p.iwer hail labored fur 30 year? I*) convino? the ooantry and the world that tho Constitu? tion of the United BtatC? RRBCtloaed fciuvery and giuir niiieed its perp luity, and made it the ?luty of the North to maintain it. in.s was ihe burden of ull th?-ii>'lo qaent harangues. Logically following out the propo? stiioii, they urged that under the OonsUtutioa tno Noith had no right to int. riere with Slavery; that it was ? local i.tl.iti-with whit 11 we ha?l nothing to d?, any more than tho South had to do with the care of our M ii--olt and roml.?, with this RZMBtl >n, In f,.vor of Slavery, that lb? North. BRI BRpnolBlrj tWBBd t? IBPfBRRR slave lusur 1..C?OUS. Following tin' !o?ic of the caiie, the North had im ruht to uicdd.e with Slavery by unfriendly h gislatmo, bv itlttinplinc to ri-strict its e \ten?ion into the Teirito 1 a-s. or By doiug any acts which should disturb ii?hu mi.i-i . oiistituti,mai guarantee. Such was the tcic?ig of ban LlOfl ; su.-li tv. re the ?lallils of tile slave power; und ulliinaii-ly the two treat DollUiaJ partl-'S, the paBUR pr? ?s, a?il tho pulpit accepted this doctrine, i no-am? Recuned teaehlag pououed the public opinion of all Kurope. Our best friends abroad were eonpoUedfa bay, "If this lioso; If piiipit aud pre?? and politicians, an.I even Garrison ami his followers, ail ailmit that (slavery is uuder the special protection of the Constitu? tion, then the North is the agxr-ssor; the South la right only defending her rights under the Constitu? tion." It was this terrible ilolu-ioii t.iit hung like a null-stone up?m the neck <ji th?? North during tBe entirvj war. Howard acted upou It, and Lincoln und Ute li-pub lic.ui party; and for the untold calamities Which grew ?ml ol tuis lata! theory of tiie Coustituti .0, (?ainsou ht m??io responsible thau any other man in this country. After having suthVicntly lectured Mr. Bumner, Mr. Garrison turn? bin attention toMr. tireeley. lh? original 1..-UII1 ul.st and Secessionist ?xptOMOl nil tear? of th? ?lii-adful result ot Greeley'* clectiou In tLo loiiowiuu I an ?nag? : If be had bi?eB la the Presider'iil cbtlr wbeB the Reliellioa brute oat, MWaall bare bovu tLat Ui. CoafetlaiBi* tttala? aU*M hava dictilnl terma tn lh? ?he? omtry, eveu to tne exteut of recugBmif tu?-ir m,I? jeuilenee, and UvtriB?; tbe alavu to lb. .r i?t<-. Tins l? ludicrous enough I The BUB who bad been pic?hing RRceulou and .lisunion for 3u y? art "t-. tue extent of rcco-Miiziug the l-depeudeuo? of the Slav? h tu tes aud leaving ?laves to Unir lato" r? b?ke* Mr. t-uiiiiiir (or supiHUtiiig Mr. Greeley I 1 submit that it ill incomes a man, with Garrison's rtv cot.1, t<> put ou airs of MMtarlW political ? lsdoiu, and ta nulle wnn the most promgat?; scouinlrel* tnat uv.-r i? ft -1? ?I the H'ln'.e House lu ili-preclaling the SvrvUic* and luipuguliig the u.otivi ? or ch.alc- ??'nuuer. M$m Walpole, Aug. 19, lbi"? y \\ i,:Ki> GLIMPSE? O? THE CAMPAIGN. A QCAKEU'sj ?~AS0NS FOB Sl.Pl'OltriNG GHE-LET. r? ??? editor of The Tribune. S1'.'. : I am un old mail, t>o old that I rtia ''iiictly remember being lifted up, when a ?in .11 child, to look upon tins benlun face of George Washington| aud yet I hope to live long enough to vot?' tor Hoi-.iC" (?pee iey for President of the United states. And Iwauito give thee, briefly, my reasons for supporting him. 1. I believe him to be, essentially and ra.lliulh.an bonost inan ; hornet in motive and purpose, as well us Lr act und deed. Honest lu politics, as well as In all the prt vato transactions of life, ft As an liic-lou, A (OUttR-M (having beeu a nle_ber of the old A B ety of l'cniisylvaula before Vti_^ L1".vd Gain?>u wa? BBBlMf known as an nh'.i Slavery uiaf.), I shall fiipport Horace (lie .' ?? m* . . t.-ut^ Uliswervlug and deVot??l BlIlRRBlR uf hmnau fu? loin' a. I shull vote for him (If we both l.ve uu'ii ? \?t I.on <iay) becnuse ho has Ix'i'u tho deter.nuicd ?b-t'i-?itUrr of clv.-i aid r.llK'lous liberty. The ful OWOtR of l'ciu ahoiild never i>e uiiuiindful of what w?. owe tho??- public chnar a tors who, with great temptuliona u> do ?tharwiRR. ?av? ever nobl] maintained tb? full : ? u> worship Almi-ht> (i.nl a., m.in??: i.> tl. did i*. - t their coiihclence*. 4. I have laith in Uorai I ia?e he has faith ui lb?- Inn., in kinti; or. In < ' uer v. ord?, I Relieve In his policy of peace ?nd reconriti lion as Rgaluat the other method ol war and Rate. l. ?n old man'? view, ti,o uiiMi d-Bgeroui infineuce thai now tliri-utens the future of our RRlorOU COUUtT] U Urn IBB prevalent tendency to perpetuate .. partj _> t ? ..tier RMBMriOi of .ru?. I .-hII wiir. (?.., that Abrahaai U-MRB w, ir in io with his Rplrit, MWith ibbIIoo towardbbbBj wtthoharitj for all." Then we should hsv? no o?'i nun?. ?ven m our ino?-t d? pr? sscd mood*, to dou .1 !?>; a b_B incut the triumphant and overwhelming sine. *a of thin grand Llheral mot em?-lit. a B_utaaaoB-BB Iooibti of Pbibbbb? rTcaf Chitter. Chttter Co , Emu., RR HMM. th, 1 . 1ST1. I.IUKKAI.ISM IN KAST-K.N l'KNNsVl.VAMA. To </.? Editor of The Tribune. Bu : W? havn lurvl.' no MMTftlBOl tile Lib Ital Ib'publii-nu vot?. lu this town au-l ?.. uitv. W ?<*?1 In.ite, howev? r, that there ur. n?w about 1W in th. . n. oi about aoper ctiitol the old li. publican vote, aud Ua*t tin-re are at least &0? lu the count?, sutbYc ul tog??? liinlt.iicw a iuu,)orltv of 4.000 li. the county in n in. 1 the Kutuo for l?ie??l?>y an.I Ilionn to s \ ti'.er. Am?.n?t tho Liberal Kepnbllcau* arc found the l? <?t men of the etiiinty. AI the head o? 11 II. ftajiaa, Mip? rinl.tob ul of (lie l.elu.a Valley BalliRB-i hi.d all il.s branches an I .-xt?.u?: RR in this Slat?? and New-.), riscy. He Is a mau of a? tn-.il p.pul n:> and Inilii.ina. us any man lu eit.ci party in tins part of the Mr_B U:h?'r pioiniucnt l.'.bcrnl* ur?' Gen. W. K i?,.-i.i. I'i...?.?a Mai hd ,.| WA-hluttOU, 1>. C, i.nde: lieu .Vail < .lu. ho? ..n Rtptlvu prautlclng ?itorue* -''.?' ?>?ailtouu(Uo_>miaaii>iiar ui _??-kl"UU'.ci w.NMnl. Wood.