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General Carrington closed finely. Another salute of artillery and music by the band. Great enthusiasm. President Dixon, of the club, then introduced Governor Randall, of Wisconsin, who was received with cheers and enthusiasm on the part of the multitude. The Governor opened with a beautiful allusion to the auspiciousaid, was slavery. Whilst he awarded due credit to the Union men of the South, he depicted in glowing and chaste colors the wickedness of the Democracy. Governor Randall declared, emphatically, that God never invested one man with power to enslave another man, be his color what it may. The Great Supreme gave man power ovace. They looked at the company, then at the starry banner, to which each soldier respectfully touched his cap, and the whole guard passed silently on. Governor Randall here displayed the identical flag, which was greeted with great enthusiasm. He then contrasted this circumstance with the conduct of the rebels who had so b