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.Wednesday MornhI , Sept. 20, 1870.
JNO. S. REY NOLI)t Editor,
SAMUEL J. TJLDEN,
of Now York.
FOR VICE PRESIDENT,
TI[HOS. A. 11E VDRICKS,
FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR,
W. D. SIMPSON,
FOR BTkTE TREASURER,
S. L. LEAPHART,
FOR COMPTROLLER OENERAr,,
FOR SECRETARY OF STATE,
R. M. SIMS,
FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL,
FOR sUPERINTENDENr OF EDUCATION.
HUGH S. 'IOMPSON,
FOR ADJUTANT RIENERAL,
E. W. MOISE,
FOR CONOREss, FOUR Ir DISTRICT,
J. H. EVINS,
FOR SoLIoTOR OF TIHE RIXTI CIRICUIT
T. C. GASTON,
Whittemore, not1withstanding he(!
was twico kicked out of Coligress for
corrupt practices, is still a great
man among the RepublicIans of South
Carolina. H-e was chai rmn of the
committoo onl platform in the reent
conivenition, arnd othorwiso acted a
prlomlinen~t parit No hotter Ilroof is
-.-t ol r 01no1 corruptioni and( worth
lessness of the Rpuiblicani party ini
this Stato than is to) be found ini
the prominoneo and inthuuwe on
joyedl by muon like the Re'verend R.
The revelation by Eli..t t o fa lit tle
chapter in Chambd erl:aini> past life
was no doubt a litu s~~ltartlin~g to
many of the faithful. It seems thatd
in 1870, Niles (i. .Parkcer wanted
Chamberlain t~o run for the United
States Senatorship and wrote him a
letter asking him whether he would
consent to bo a candidate. In replly
the attorney-general said :"About
the United States Senatorship, .1
don't know what to say. I am very
well pleased with my prlesent othce,
but my position is just this :If may
friends wish me-0to he a c'andidateQ
to prevent ithe party from going
over to nIegroism,II shall, if it is to)
dofeat such a calamity, consent to
run." What effect this letter had
upon the convention is best seeni inl
the hea!vy vote given for Chamber
lain against his c'ompeltitor Dunn.
Theo Governor's Proclamation.
Thme proclamation issuod by Gov
ernor Chamnberlain--which will lbe
found in another portion of this
papr-is at very good thing its wiay.
It urges the peole to keep the
pe~acO, anfd pr~omises that the power
of the State shall be used to sup
preoss all outbrcakis. Thme governor
will be sustained by the good lpeo.
plo in every proper ellort ho may
make to preserve the public peace.
It is refreshing just no0w, to see ogy
chief magistrate evine a willinmgne'ss
to use the civil authority amnd the
State constabulary to cheek dis.,
order. HeI has recently shmown such'l
anxiety for tihe pr~~eence of Federal
troop~s, that we would have expet ed
hlim to call for a few extra comipa
nlies to bo stationed at Charleston.
Had the riot been instituted by
Democrats-which, hlowever, i
scarcely a surposible case-he
would have at once c'alled up~on the
troops. IHad it occurred at any
place where there are now no sol,
diors stationed, lie would soonI have
ad a company or twvo sent to the~
scene of trouble. It will be ob
served by all fair-minded men thlat
it makes aull tile difference inl the
world On whlat side trouble is
begun. Itadical disturbers aro
subjected only to tho civil authori.
ty. Democrats who dare to enter
vigorously, yet peacefully, upon a
political campaign, are to be sub-i
Ij'eeted to tcli mortification of voting
?unldOr bavoliets and to a constant
ee jtoxinge of unsci-upulous politi
cians in the guise of United States
The war in the E:ast has reached
a stage and has become of a char
actor to demand the attention and
action of the Christian powers. The
barbarities constantly practised
upon the Christians, without regard
to ago or sox, are a disgrace to
nodern civilization, and should be
stopped. How far the cruel nature
of the Turks will carry then in
bloodshed and toi turo, cannot Uo
ostinlaLted. The stateoOf aflairs in
the East is well described in the
following article from the Charles
ton .Jmu nacl of Connterce: -
"The revolted provinces of Tur
key have had no direct support from
the great powers *of Europe. Re
bellion in any shapo or form, or
from whatever cause, meets with
little favor from those governmient .
Aunong the people of Eur.)p)a.Un
nations, the struggle of the Bulga -
rians, Servians, Bosnians, etc., have
attracted sonic general good wishei
on the part of those who in politics
dislike the arbitrary domination of
distant and alien authorities, and
prefer h1o10n1 rule. As a contest
between men of Turkish and Cau.
casian bhlcd, it has enlisted some
natural sympathy of race. And. be
cause involving people of the Chris
tian the Moha mnedan religions, I.
further interest as been felt in thi
war. The illssian govertunent hails
allowed its people to raise silserip
lions, and forward funds to bth<
men of the provinces. It las per
mitted its oilicers to vohmteer theiu
services, and, as individuals, to gr
into tho provincial arm1ios. But tlir
indiret anad inellicient, assistanlce
has proved( utterly inadequaCte to
Have tUhli people fromt the power o
the invading i llies of tlie '1'Turkisl.
govermnent, whi elb wont to have
beeon everywhtere vietoriouls.
"'T'he impo}lraexce a Itnchied to th<
batlance of' powetr bectween the g~reatI
nations of luope-t-he jealoly flit
a))1h011Si01 lest a too great pre
poinleranuce umty occur, nil ticheit:
wvillingness of Engle.Itol, l'nmuce anl
AustrIa, that l ussia should absorl
Tui-key ill Europc, obtain poses
Silln of C m-~t-iintinop'le,.and holdi the
malistery ofi the11 .lihiick $0e1, ha~vt
chieily co11 nr iu e toti the niainteni
- --, .,- i. tu Illikn government.
Thaot thle govermoernti is tyrannmieil.
lippress-Oive, feeble andti effete, ii
1ick1man hasii assiuouisly mlirsed, fmI
tfear of the2 grave 'omplientions and15
t.roub les aniticiitedOi inl the aidmlin1is
Ita in of his estaite. And bloo.
and1 monefly lov beenii~i freely spet)iI
ti vy(If t~he 'Thei Muimeii~ Porte.'
"Unmt eventIs which haivo recenith
trimnspirod in the conduct. of thel
inio oiII(f Bulgauria bly the Turks
have lighted upi a isentiiit of blu-n
ing indignation throughout Chri'ist
o'idomi, and1( amI1ong atlleivilized peO
ples1 of the whli t race, f~hat will
overrido d iplomlany anld chiange the
poh lcy oif the nations1.
'"The native beaultiality anud iun
tamo~d f'erocity of the Tuirkishi sol
diers hiave shocked the worl toI a
degroioo iukowni andi unfielt. before
in t his age. Th'ie general and indi&5
er1illninlae perpell.trationl of crimies
whlichl so1 oIffend mtodesly as to be
unmiienitioable,11 foillwed by thes
wh~olesale slaughter of mcen, womflen
and childr-en, toI the niumiber of
twelve thonuand bly the bahi -
bazouks after t heir last iictory,
have done imore to) ae.,l the fate (If
Trur'kish rule ini Europej), thanii the
mislell' andl opplressions olf a een
tuury. Th'is is an1 age which is largely
controlled bly puicj oplinlion, anmd
now a-days it is felt as it never bas
beon in the past. Glovernmeonts are
moved iandt rulers bow before its
pten 'hcy. 1The inhuman1i11 barbari ties
systemauitically prac'ti ued by ithse
monsters Of Hzavagery, haivel kindled
a hlamei (If hiatrod and' abhiorience('
thalt wvill never (ie out1, bult will
inevitaly devoIur the last vestieO oIf
Islamic domination in (the territory
The3 Reimpbncani Ticket.
It is no new thing for the IHadi..
Calls oif Mouth Carolina to violhte
the I ihedges, and11 theroe is the~'fro
little, if aniy, rurpj rise' felt at the
ticket recently n~ominaltedl in Cohun
an b111lodly of theO ticket, the people
of tho State arie wuelI enlough ne
<tlainted-.and perhlaps they know
already too much oIf tihe enitiro hot
of candidates. R. IH. (leaves, (lie
asp~liranlt for theo lieutenats go(ver
tion1 for follr 1'ears. lie hasi Weln
nlot(oev onl' y v mn.dl1enmo ,,so
)f the pardoning power in the ab.
ience of governor. He is a mulatto
rather fair intelligence, good bear
ng and curteous manners, but of
o1. ewhat questionable honesty.
Dardozhthe complacen t and soff-po$
osesed divine, is again put forward
is State troasuror--.a position he
has hell for four years. Though
badly mixed up with the stealing
practised in the time of Scott, ho
ins behaved rather well since he
bectno treasurer. It will take
nnany years of holiest octions on his
part to counterbldance the frauds in
vhich lie participated when he
wvas Secretary of State. It was
Dardoza who, by the advice of
U'hambllerlain, took the seal of the
Mtate to New York, that fraudn-nt
Londs might be the more rapidly
issued by Scott, Parker & Co. The,
breasurer will stand very close
watching. For comptroller, Dunn.
the present inctuubent, is put for
ward. There is nothing worthy of
mote in Mr. )un's record, except
its many iniconsistenc ier. 0.ig;ii,
illy sent to the Legislature as a
Democrat, from 1-orry, ho soon
1anme out ats an)) " [idepenidelit llepub
lIiai," and 11ran on the (Greeln ticket
in 1874. le was noted during that
'uampaign for making terribh
speeches against certtinl Inen31, an.
then cooling d W1n. His chioie
upon the present ticket i~ one of the
evidences of a reconciliation between
Ohe ditferent wings of the Raidica:
party. For Secretary of State, H.
E. Hayne, who holds the position
now, was nominated aln1 ;t u^ni
mnously. He was formerly senator
from Marion couity, and was then
regarded as one of the most poison
ou1s and incendiary men in the pai ty.
ie was geneirally belieQved to be"
utterly corrupt, amid nothing ha
taken place to caus1e anly alto, ationl
of this belief. He is a brigh.
mulatto. a111(1 it carpet-bagger. F0.
1ttdo: n)v g1eer1, 1. B. Elliott re
eived ia vote (vein larger that,
Hayne's. 110 bitterly oppose(.
(h ai n I iii, ute the latter's friend
being very sainh-like fellows, readi
ly forgave him n1 put1) mlulu on tin
icket. ElIliott. is well k Lwn 11as 011
Of the chief of the robbers wh(
plnund1 red the State for six vears. N.
more)1 t'1o lln t n:l.ni 111s (.v r held
positi,))m uder thle Repuiblican
-ove nnnent1 in this; State-which i s
inglI& a great deal. For the ofliev
I atdjtutt an1d insjpetor generl.
Ohe ermenttionl nomlintedt(( Jamney,
Kennledy, who wais once a sergeant
:najor inl the UiteId Staltes armliy.
mnd hias siinceI behi diffi n t snhor
;nent. As- the1 ad(jutanlt-generalI
IIst8~2 alVy, utl er l ihdial rule. h1e
I, siieenre, doub1!tlessin K enn (3
sould (In w the pay anld do thet
(lin g 4of 1t1h ofliee abo ut 2a grae'
:'u1lly I as any1 (Ithm 1 nirin ini 1 is
partyv. For ' I~ suplinten.ent o(1(f (edII
vhaizt hie is, we haive 1not yet. le:u nied
'10 does no1Iit possess3~ the (3Ieet ion;
pud~titientions ne Hcsar to a pop
bachlarge oIf the( duiti(es of the( IIflice.
Ax a1 whole thei4 present I ui 1n(2
ickect 1 i n impnlrIve'inen~t upjonl 1hos
I(ereto(forwe puit. for'ward' by'L the party
ft 111as11 lipo ii mieni noi ous1I~lly ('01
rup111. atu1 l hers shlainiefaily ignlI';111.
rupionists1, and the i (tground
to1 believe 1thaftxc I' ans wil~lw be3 beh in
3hee. (Th reform t of th.[e 1'.1iev o
'Oilt ixshain, and the('j~ 'icke j.ust
)pjxitttisof titselfan (ovrwhening!:
bCh iamb1~ erlnieno'nat fd. -it
Ao td,21(11 iispatc re ei1 on Frlav i
tornIing brough(It th1 ~'le itormation
ipitin to 1 & ~oi('the1 (iilve hil
b~oeenril decrasing for mt (1myiI'
toi 1~ his ipor ai ((hllh le dnentsVgood,
ha ndlLL itlitrt i ne~ fuhe 4epublica
thate wnas the 'ir estme , andilili
they8 l* 21d all they cti to mal1ag
1hi tons to thei wliin of ihe
h .dator bernr and'r js the l
tovntor was'35( wting r acancei
lo reon ile Sothe aio malonten t 'he
Welian hiiis0ii 3 um rins i way to
o it up m~l tterly W0'e coill orse
Hstrn lees to the PreidentC~ and
thingeerev~ to epaeas ther
OnnPositionl ir~to thn mtao ron,,
ion. Things stood thus when the
spirit of the Washington govern
ment, uttered in the circular of the
Ettorney-gonoral, was made mani
fest. Now was Chamnberlain's op
portunity comlo. 110 hastoned to
Washington, imiado friends with
Honest John Patterson, and the two
made such iepresentations to the
Cabinet as to convoy the idea that
the only chance to provent a bloody
onifliet in South Carolina WaK to
flood the State with United States
sol(iels , 11a11n with 1:Ltrlahi-l ('lothed
hiinti 1 iny noly tuppofl'rteOrs, lnd the
opposition to him was practically
at an1 end. He is no)w the ctulidate
of the Republican 'party, id ntum
bers nmong his fl ienads the very
worst. lowest 1((1 most dangerous
n11on in the party. He hats 111de
concesijolns to the !d eleinents, and
we inny expect himn to yield stall
further to their views attt wishes.
lie is practically the represetitativo
.n1 the advocate of those inen and
those ImeIasurl'es which have dis
gra'"od South Carolina dilt ing the
past eight years. He hts now to panll
der to the views an. wishesof Bowe:,
Patterson, Jones, Elliott, Whitte
1o110e and men of their stamp. In such
-1 position, with such surroundings,
Mr. Chaimhbcrl ain has 110 claim
to the sulpport or eveni the recogni -
Lion of the good people of the State
and it is fortunate for them thitt
there is ill the ie ld a candidate for
whom they canl conlsistOitly vots.
Chainberlaii represents ignorance.
corruption, btyonet--rule, an1d all 0 tle
evils following in the train of these
Hi:.mptllon r'epresenlts hiones ty, initelli
gence, hmeule, iland good goivern
inent for till claisses of the people.
Can thare be any hiesitationi upon
the part of the goo1d people of the
Mtae il c1oo ilIg hiet wein the two
Como to the Front.
Mr!,. E~etor :*
In these perilous timies, when the
State is catllig upon1 aill ?fer loya.
Ills to corm(' to i her resenel, it wo bt
s Pm incomprehens.ible how mn
ltyling theisl.elves D Iemio)cr:ts e'tn
refunse to im1ite uit's their fellow.
('itize11 inl the cifort that is Ibei!lg
Ill o to crushil out. Radi.-alism11. And
yet in1 WuVimshloro there are ai store
or m)1or.e of V Iters w10 ('l1111m t) Ie
true )enocrtats, Ibt who pscsistent
ly re.fuhse to come into tihle party
organ iz.ation tml thereby ne sitist;i
thegoodi work tie! ix gToin._ onl. Ti.
thlese mn I woull d v iln tall k:n 1
ness-i timtt tiihey ar Ie practicallly ?tiving1
is atnitt ed thatt at e'viupact', s'olin
orga niz~at ion1 is a [rIi ('(phii I 1(foi
S 'tiIess, and11 is thle onlyV I\ aIeri.
i .ugh ~ which success can~ lum..
IohmaI'e5e mlihl hlindrances inl the wi*L
toi the frIait, a(Id Ifa(ce th issueth like
.(1n. le't yot in finds know0 whr
ou)1 stand,.an1.1 whather orI not you
[ noI pal trioItic impulse115s aim lat e youi,
thoci, walke up fromi your lethargy,
Rever'los of a Muilo.
'rayuing. I was ahvayvs (Ipposedl toi
borrint111 (thund." T he5y sa lI
longs to 11 nligger' : ~i.lIlei
i legall o a~s V1 IIItl iI1
au' wellk9 ht L never te tr
ledii th (ler Th(e1y0 say I e
:1 o 1z si t~t nl (1 1 IloI 1 :l11itii
'rat w3' i . 'h'aiio o im for me.t
t wel i tnvI that, as motag ie re lr
,inel1 1(of ese1day ;ad ten ('i;:i
.aasterj agin Thak dfo the h'e'
-ainty of( hi, tis l it uil have in
win t (r. 10 pe the liI f:- li e '1 to
takeIs obie' beor grii s t is g ,
(is thi1 st I nmnlmay.~e of r nii w
.ike1il nof orn,3 and oult be a
Sor-,r hish liwn liraw thei~ Rai.
4 rw hi iendsoc~lti am l idrs.
'1 is~ at' leulehtl'1 1(nd I d -nt hohl toi
t'h11orrioed it ter whenIlr mvti
hrse lpat raded Win r thie fsle, i ii
ashamlIIed tf nIysell' and tfolinl
plor soui, all tIto hwl'my lad Demo..(
shoti' inate oni l the tide alk1 look'
ic livtry mneh lik hel w toki t
I s awn ropety.d (lut belwas in
such lke one t tth"oroed th-:.,d
vtd mehowthg m"eritor"l cop-m
ie caredat rvlinsadUa
at $160 per bushel. Curse Mr.
Borgh, of Now York, for allowing
my brothers and kistors to be sold,
into slavery and starvation to ox
slaves. Curse one, curse all-but
as I is a mule, I pray God I may
soon got into a white man's stable
and in a stable that has a loft to it
full of eorn and oats. I is a iiulo,
and tho' I have long oars and huge
brains and amt much of a philoso
hlor, I cant fur the soul of me see
why white Deioerats will bo so silly
as to toll all on credit imo and my
tI ile to penniless (larkeys, save it is
ro eli.il e tlo i n >w au I then to
(it a swell antd ma ke fools of tdhem
selves parading 1ound in critter
co111pahnies. Better pay for mofirst.
I have harl times slavin' for this
same culloed family, I has, and I
amI. like the Democrats, tired of so
niiiill poor fhedin' 0nd starvation
and I walts a cnlittlge.
TOM ;I MULE.
AN ARTFUL DODGER.
The Astonishing Baggage of a Family
A fashionablo jeweler, namied
Mellor, who kept a m1a"glificent s110)
in Montreal, and abscontdod across I
the lines at iidnight some two
mionlths ago, l~as I-.- ve:1 to h., one of
theI shmarj est sind iiers that las
eover gr teed this part of the Domin
ion, and was ably :tided by his famnily
im his ('fli4rts to defttla l his credit
ors. 1's ior to his (:vImrt iii e 1
muelted (down a Loge shaie of his
valIuIble jewel: y oi dceiete woi k
niinshiip mnto bave fo r the purpose.
ul~lhpit (rtepipteof rryi;,: away. 1)ut it wa~s im
possi)le f'or0 him to t:ik, it all wit:
imi, andl s .oon after h!is (th-partute ti
sichet was mai.del., and bu'kest's <
tmagnlificentL jewelery, in1chidin:
c(st y div 'iaimmdis, were fotmi1 in the
eeo!btr of his re05idlence. T1he, resii
(lent"e of ;1-. 3erger, li bieau
jwellt, was i1) searcld, and a
h ox filled with costly liigs
wele f,.1 Be1ger Was (onfse
God1 m teil fo'r b)eing an ne
compu- . :t:- at his trial facts wetre
rCV(en!ed showing the sharp prraetice
of Mellor, who iiiinitged1 successfully
to hoochvink the Amllerica11 custoti
authorities, whol wre" never elevel
eniugh to s"eize his rich Ihootv.
Last week a still 1:trger (uiimtity oA
the jeiwe'rv was foum. whet
Mll.r' sies t t t eptIl to cIro
t lo h mt-. i 1.\ Mdoii n, (. ofY. ThIies.
wel1 ('" mf:n:-.! y t ai f-eu I isi a, bl
r.I, h a11 i 1 :i: '1 t eti lad.t ies in
;P tin> M'iir bi1g 'a.;e checke. . A I
Im hat., wi:lih one of le ofdiis
oI)en! r 141e-r- ie i ini heru1 hanid, wae
SiarclhaIl by tch customs <.iicer wh
f.dit aol loll com'ot. This re
mm lah.( coninut v:-asenl ttil (11.
"p)e 1' 0.mee( of anl ordlinary m)it, bu;i
"11 be1 O)n1-ed 1as foundi( to l.(
a Iekei solid with gold e h tins, (siu -
lmall bask carrid by.4 Ine o Vi
-'hildren, ire a tWl mibOe of gadi
1mhl ot iilulo.h bag. mal. i thsat
no0.Itd and run an I o fundV'l the) sam la
bei 't rtl ut tIe ord'I yaptl).ea
:aiin Savhun muhr ofci' diansmds.
A lant caieti 3iyahitl by was diiI.
v iee wi i Cin .ontreal115 ofciyal
'1t >en mi stckas 4)1(1 jirt to l
tuntined, anC'ig.iad bat the fom
ot lso theui we;l~ ( biliO lite~s
mi ele, 'd-iem ~ 1!t rings brchs o..
Vi'he value of01l~'4 jeweiry licoe- slav
b-ioi4t i15,0. It isIi ta
- 0.000 wort ~h ofj jwlry so( far0le ha4
b4ee 1 ecoere to )IC the' eI editos.I
The HaImah V44te.-' gives
foling asu anl oe'lld dalofy' plen
uews, eheite recely by an intr
viw wl ~it a r Cus1o -house min
t'o lei lemn w l h ight o beht
fuhat veraan, ai 'Cso
ing1 '4 obddar e old~s oftkeet ves.
terda. "'he 'me h fight~I4I.I
p\'mwer, good--by to gthe r-~oights ofI
youi colo.e e i ple n. IThe (silay
wiver ill e3 bek is whkil (IC
"\l's aSo el ?" yii' ra o
I is t h.ie s' lolenr . T nwslI
<oi(lei people iie5 1 )3( compe!!c4 ..
I Ieli kinuistolvo f'or~ votin' and
\i e'er, f(: tire:-ssendo frkhn.
comet youb ain' a-di', h~aonou." D
"It can't 1)0 possiblo~hat..--"
"WVliar's aniy m ud, boss, and
vilar's my forty akore? 'Whar's my
ittlo hiundred dollars what I lof'
)bor dzir avid Mister Brinkorhoff in
to Bunk, and whar's do entrust on
t ? Hit's je like I toll you, boss ;
['in it mniddle Gourgy nigger, an' I
mnows when ia umt ot iluiiha's in
ny britchies l)OCkst. I dunnio
inttin' 'tall 'bout yo' Hlayes an', yo'
hVhoole is: but I bin it knowin'
trs Aif C(llqitt sensee lie wn'. so
ligh, anl' I'11 gwine for ter' fling; him
it 4)i~C sill' woto of dto Lordl );prs
tio. W'ld)l you see it iiiddlk
)y do Ilug brigs, you l'out 'lone. 1
util' got nuo )int for ter 'spalte wid
'oil, 1)0'8s, but I jos' tliuik I'd stop
ong nuifi to~ palls ito t11m0 liv day.
[n reards to Mister Bryatt, I atin't.
.cuhial huimi wid it tel foot pole.
Cuti liii nin' how~ ter elraw ily
;er:tekci' on d.) tidder side uiv my
Mr. iliden as an Invostigator.
Whe a politi('ul ring trier;, 1)v
r iudtleiit ('o11inil, to dei('at
Xzririhl C. ']n1gg's (r'') io1 ats
Join)ptroller, 11tr. T1ilden, being ciii
)lOVe(1 to inivest igato the uIiat.tei',
)Ut his fii);;er at wire flp1):l tuitu pre
'iso spo t W here the vo:, had1 been
ikenl (11 I!l :' 1 ;11(d g ivenl to It.,
oiiipetitor, i i I deint it tr .tcd t:(
e('eiV'Cd his ofiice w~itioit fiu the.
? en 2J 'rs. (;Iin m haun) :ttten ipt-.
?d to (t.*l)LH, t~ut' s :ii i 1! Dr. .I,l.
)n IL pr(+! y t1 iodt ta' I e ttii Ite v
ii .11" Tiit i:t I.leii ion H :fia ' Vi.
1) iiiiiilici. a(I ilft-o
\Vlivn s0om1e of the :Lh)I--:t 11)i; i11
)(0S Of theo New~ Yo: Ic i':a', l';t~2t';
)y Cli les, (')tlulu i',144 had . fi ie to,
heir UiIS'itli I v, 111. Ti(1, ith. iii t ig;,
't'ii\'ictioti of sevcei ii jlir'i('S lie pit
Sc o uiiiit of iitoiiev whlichi G'ael
itt' Of the thieves had( Q..il
lie's, I ;.'i~ :' r of t ie S :i.. his
Oild expto se fri: uI1s in tile canii
u:ti~g('iuieut. whtich 11.1(1.:M(, l~ttill
1 t,:i! ,?! 0 ()1 1:41: 11~; 41 his 0M)111('(:
11(1 i 4 ftit '('. .,:11111e Of 11 i
)('1's lilt\' 1)11 i 11 1:1<4.'tl. 1: r
The( 0 :xt I i ,l t fo thle enipi ovi diiil
)f \lr. Tildii 's skill as aii ilv ti
.Iatoi' lies;;)t \V. sli )tato, :n.l \\II('!
1c~ ,;cis 11) \',t Irk ii it we (txl~cct; t"
(11 Vtl '1s ,1' Ill1(I8'('IUl VIi L 1tu\ it:I't
lia(? tI [ I". :( C'. (OVe: n l1ixel :
earnest rAnonstranco of counel,
the issuance of bills of indictment.
The pretext for this course is the
political excitement and the intimi
dation of witnossos. But the -
effect is the uncontradicted circula,
lion of lying exaggerations and in
ventions highly bonclicial to Radical
ism, and euallly injurious to South
Carolina and the party supported by
We call the attention of the p0o
p11 at the North to the game that
has boon played in this business. It
sjpeiaks for itsolf, and is nothing
llore or less than a. lonspiracy to
suppress the truth.--Journal of
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