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Intimidation In South Caro linaTho Whites Under Arms. THE DESOORiTSDETESMED TO CASEY THE STATE, Peaceably if they can but Forcibly if they VTn p. UUOIn Wade Hampton's Ap prenticeship in Mis sissippi. r,rrcB a white native of tie State who Uli Ke- pui.c-ii. ; Chaklistos, Oct. C. One paf-nc th rough Sauta Carolina would Imagine that it in a state of war. It resetnbics vast armed camp. Oa every green a.id pnblic square the elanj cf muskets can be heard, as parading infantry rro-ird their arras. From every old field rkics out threU:iiiin,-!y the note of the butrle or the hoorniLg of the fls.id-piece, as cavalry aLd ar t!t.ry form their evolutions. The dejK;s are croa'ded with cases of breamis, ordered l';vra the Nor Ji. The stores cannot supj.lv the ier-and fur arm mid ammunition, and every gunstrritn In the city and biacasuiith in the cc-i-try is repairing dila-Elated e;ious. No orre is seen cn the streets iti.oal a repeater cr r.r.!.; anduot a day pa.--5 ia to-vo cr i'y but thtt iie quikk anil acat.ieii:ir rejiorts o'' pus arrd p.stcis use I Ob uaaects in trie Vtciu i", w.uli Itad a ujjij.ei to tup; thatAairr ir..sa, if lot i Ui:::, na iu iro..-ress a.-o-rid .. i. Nor is this a.i- la f. :rl ; art c-t lie S.atr there are ffiui-ur -.n-oar t.vi.l.iirs. Ta.se ieirr.i..s ?.rc forta-i'-sl oy torcbiLr-it J atad.s. cr r-.c.-J J 1-y pn-ci .e-n oi r.ae duos, casa.ry, aafrilcy cota.r.ii-s, aod cr.-Jans, ii-areaa...' to tne se-a.id of uaojrti... .... Tac -pea-vis, .o.var...l y taf.-r sr.rit-of the Lwf- La.e. ar.-e a::d u.iiver toe nr.. v. Le-r- f a lur- dene a-dira" ire lie:ii....l.au Aa.ae..- .i'.iiu ad II:.' il-e otlr. au j -.-y, catc N-tleaai, -cd ca.iiii.: ou tier her--, s to ric. lie wildest clie-.-r.::s rlr.-s out in n s.- esc, tiled vt.'.a the notes 01 tne iich and ;Lf cru.u of cnr-aoi:. aria ie ;(.-lc utr--e t" f. au.-d ti:;f ,ii i a gia Uj'TiO: aLc-, If the Dvrrijeruts to : . t. ol :'.i:-liou rciiai!- .ti.i ...l.-. L-arU rija aaa aeiaJalioa. lu- r bailie.- the u.nptK.-tu oi 'sue s.- .strate t:..'-.- Ajuu? -J.' r'or j. ara.ace ha Ccas--i To te a a-;u'V' "l-cK!i ti'e Y iiieve?,"' iUu.e 1 .. tl:c C-r.f -t-La..- .r."' Coii.t GoVeriimeiit or D-th." i. :s, t. '.' iay, a rvpetiikm of the- f .:; . cw s o. . v : : .v : i :.Te;.re!Lie u,.-:sii g s. t-i.iid.i-u; tyrat-ny and iu- I a ; r-iii-t ou:ia::i'oaa cu- j r i..iia kju pi : ae--ef ; a i i. r i- -.ii ; iri i oi t, a a.-eoi d ; :to'.i? us li.y. ; ae-::i!ury i , -t i a ri-,' oiUuoii ti.i time ; but ..a .i; c-lil;e 1C" t aL-all: t f-us .i. -.--.i y. '.-:.-j of e.ir'i'-ned prop-rt y- ho a.i.tr A. :t-ia-..j to a i-orue ol Alrictn fci.-iariaj. uaC.-r 'he gu.iot ul uapriiiiujjied s.ou.o.ti iiai tae No.ta. Four Lio:.:ha a,jo l le quiit oi the rraveya:l related la SoL' j ro.::. For liio i.rst iluie s.i!--e uii; v ar ta j vo ie vv;-re couttcurd. T.ie roi'.u overaa..:.t oi the caieX-utcra Ld ta.si.-i ay. ia-; to,-o-r Uoveri:t.r ws lo I'.i-Lv-r in An hoai-s4 ru.i-r hd ietu 1. .ui at :ast. F.-'- ia tae vry Content ci" tie Iaj--;..i.;m of G"v.riior CiuU3ucrtitiJ iu Lo-c.-ajer. lr-Ti. re:t. .tu had b.-uu lue order of the ujv. ii- i-re.Jja ever tiie p-.-Die v.iih the cia n.atrahty ol aa iuipatti&i juae. Tieuet':e Catioas oi the Le.-i.ature were iorcltiy s"o; ly tuc M 'iLe conr-t or coirut ota.ers oitaior-r aa:iii..itrjc:oi.s we releLtJesEiy r-.-a.ca: iiew a::d competent mc-n. ia uai ths instance Dea.ovits. eie put iu their places. 1: e tais were n-Uueed. The lnataiiatiOO of t.o u-arupuious juJj- was troitrariiy, t-ji:ju wito good rcaca, proii;bitd by tae Guvr.-to.-. iue prosir.ue estate was prostate He ioiiprer : si e i-evti raised lrom tLetrrouud. iij.-: j. ;or iij-a eo'-c-; i. H. Cbambetiain was t... tuaa. 'tae wuitei v. ere grata:ui, acd were loui iu tr-..r cxress:ous tf coaiuieuua l.oa. fa;r por-u.ar itistitutions oi larn L.Z icaae iu:a thtir ora'or. The fahiotaioie t.u-s aua xo-iatwus eiteuued coriial invita-t.oi- lor h.iii to alt :j.d i.!-ir teiebra:;ous and r.s;ud to ior-i :-. 'iae fates of society were i-ea to iiin. r-nd tae hai:t:hticsl metat-vr oi tae o.d Ssuihf.-a aristocracy uay, even ta" Ll;e u -.iaaT- d :o honor hiui aad to eutcnaiu h.:a at tavir Lv-Uie:-. The Deinoerauc paj-crs !'- i.-" aad geiierany auotat.'d hii re-el-. etieu. ili ..'.jr.ai.io, t!:e ferryi, the lverfhaws , aad t:;e s nw a.oi:. ihe p-:u.jal leadeia of the wuitr- ie.it Us'.ir t-iie.ion to the idea. And taouh tl:e corrui t e.euii.-tit of the iiepaolicaa p-atv the c-iaieat u i.ieh he had so reuior-e-lia.-.v thv.aiud was L.Uerly iiiimieal to the n.ci.ure. yet even tuiiig pc inie-i to his renomi by the Kepu:.cicas, inoorstiaeut ly the Coaseratives, aud triui-oaaat re-eiecuoa to th'- e-;ee -t.v -ui t. r.at, wutt'iu-iui to rei:.te. this man k to-dy dLUOuiivAi li j:a every lVmoerikLiC ttu:;:: in juiii I arolii a a un un;.riuo;p4id auventuri-r, a mai-coiia ia.-, ri;l;;i der i'l r;.sca..Ty, a e.'.r p t-oa'T ol t'n- earj.-t-b-.'.t'K-rs- Tiny have let uip the (J.js-s of war against him. Vcrliy, a clause has co. at- over the spirit ol their dream. AVaat stuueLt of po'ieai scieuee could, fcttr n. oaths &0. have vc-tured to predict Uiat it wca.d ccae To thl-. f Sr ETFECT or CEVOCr.aTIC SCCCF.'". Governo.- Cha::.i,erJai:i'saduiint-tralion, then, f.r a year ai d a hail was the coidcu era o: N-uth Caroiiua poiiuis- The negroes wero Irje, iiraach-i, aiii uciiislurtied in taeir riih", -J yet tee wuiiea were conscicntiousjy protx-tL-d iroin plutaier and hih taxes- Eat Goverror C:.aiuU riaiii had not beta in power a yrar when l!ie VLlVth Congress jsruioM J at Wa-hiaton. 1'::-rreal tidal a.e of 1S14 had sent, a iare i-'--oeratic ua-jo.i'.y to the lloase of Represi n tativts, ai.d proaiiaent aitiou? that majoiily ere rjiany es-Coufedera' e jvueruls. From the .ry uiouiei i it met I noticed an unusual -i .uu-h carel"tiiiy-'"OiiefcrU''.'d apTatioa amo;ir ihe Lre-eauus ari.-toc.scy of this atatc lor years U tir vene: atioa bad been pone. Ii. tardcl in fiiiij... out of ofacc. thty had Vea toa:;iieil to ker; me i:oit!c- teaoro! ihcar W;.y uliiu' the eOv!. sequestered vie of pri.i.te li.t. Uai laeir pride, it seeras, had not ia.'ien i'di Uuir loi tuues. They h I be.'n corn; lie; i to k.en Quiet: tbev couiLed a'.-tiu-t ti.fir wiils anU held to tiu-ir old f ;uiioas. ii:- be! .tteriy r.-fli-eted thai t'e-y Lad f. -ro - sai.d nursed theur wmth to kepit lia: no a ray o ito,-edwiiod oa uieo. ard o; lien ILli d-.itiidiiiir Ai.derwu- T:l '. ; .1 J-S twin Davis in Uic Congress ol the liiUi sutcs. Taey a Soulherners ouce hi. -re Lom i.3 up laeir beads in the National tVaI. 'iti.y could u.u-dly trust tueir seusaa. Aa-i they lookti aioucd thrin : all the ,N- a 3'atep were oi.ee more P.-rnoera'ie ex 4 I'1 ot:th Carolina and JLauwiana. Tlii"se . . .I;e bj.4 JCj,ubiiea!i Gvvemorj and ties'-" ' .; -ialur.. -. Toey atoac h-d not their t.oi-dons. Laaiars-IliiJs. aud Pr-x :n f-is; i I...-1 : l.v rcr.e-.ti-d on I'-.-n.., itow terW.Ond ni-cro majority bad pear in pr.nt. No prominent Repn-.ur , or t-iwortnedinto Sd,oov) Demo-.-ratic eiilier color can safely ieat-ea town Lets Vet iority by the use ol the aaot-ffun aud revolver, that he intends to r.de out la the couuir et of Ktliereage 'bade 'Ahrfle ftx "Vxt. She blushed under the serene lustre of thu-e dark-gray eyes, and -her llers It wi t rue tliat tliey bad been relieved fro-n otiprcbri, m ; U.;U tjdr cjufuiaed ?ebt to their reiono Governor was yt-t uujid, and that nile they eupported him, as in the p-Ast, thcro a no Uniru- of uiijovcniment. But should they Mt toutented with thifi! Why not pet the npucr lii id ut home, and then make a des perate attempt to aeizc on the ruiut of power at Washiugtou i RACK COITFLTCTO niMBVBO. Race difficulties became froqueut In Edge field. At last, In June, cix negroes, accusxi of the murder of two whiu, were seized by an armed band of whit men, evidently well or frauued. aud shot. Toey were made to face the force, and every man, at the word of command, emptied the contents of his cpin into their bo dies. 1 he affair t-i: .-rl up inui U bad blood be tween the races all over the Stale. The repub licans denounced it, and the Governor, tlwush he knew it to be useless, odercd a reward forthe appnhetisinn of the lyneher. The stnuht outers and llre-eaters sidtd with the lya hers. But so pacLiud hid the whites beeome undr C Uambt-ruiia uU.t many were found to condemn the &hoo:ir. as cruel, unnecessary, and iikeiy to produce irouMe. Tui arTair U kuown as the lynchiaj: of the Rarmoa murderers. Gcue.-a Butler now resolved on a bold, des perate stroke. It was the nuraere at Hamburg. Every one is faiid!r with that horrible tale. I desire to call attention to the evidr nt premedi taliua of the hole a'Jair. A Stale miiitla cora FiDy cor-posed of iieyimes was parading on the i'otirth ot .li.iy. Tco yoanEri,tcx.ril3, oae of th"m a Butler, drove up the Ftreet In a huircy, aj: i instead of turning aside demanded that the militia should cive way. After sitae iceSec tive protests this was done. Tuey drove past. The eap-ln wits ere lone indicted for obstruct in e the hipa ivay. The young men and the fath-jr of one of thein were the prosecutors. General it. C. Butler appeared as their counsel. Hardly l:a I they reached tii o:3ee of the justice when arn.i-d bands of while men b. an to iHur iiito town ; theeaptaia and the company, all residents of the to n, hazily aK,nibl'.'d at their aiinory for eiCiu!t-.tion. The whirls soon ms":e a de laacl oa tiw-ui for their aj jl- : uciblr to uud)-r-stnr.d tlte rteht of a band of rioters to uinn a le gal m:.lit?ry cru'.piuy, and ftrfrj of their treat ment fhouid f'.ey stirreiidri. they refuf-l. Tae w js opeted on thm. T: -y returnen it after a half hour. Thn hundreds of armed Geoitrfnr.s hui-riid over t ie brMire from Augiista. ou th. r;.poi?e side of the Sa'.nau.;h river, and wiined iii th-3 conttsi. riually a cannon wa h.-oiit.ut trom Augusta, aud the company compcili-d to abandon the hou. 5!i.ny of th"a were cap tured. Of these, seven were shot in cold blood, and the ret turned lyve ted f-red on as they d-paru-d ; sr.d the rio'trs, after utiHjilin the pro;erty of their ri- broke up aud d'-- paru-i for home. But.er was at the bot turj of the enn?; ira-v, wi:'eh will co dowa . ;n history with ulcn.w and Wyomii.-r, co:: j denized to tte itc-rnsd cxeerttioa of humanity. i T!IE COWEXTtOV. Hitler had calculated e:l- Tlio eTair f'irre 1 . u-i the pa-ioiis of taen-.e rs. The straiC'i-- t ; orcaus Lioii..v dtfer.d -J i;. Every lire--t ,r dt j KLaed ,u They e-utrhr a! the tiiaii-e. c'oanry i pap-.Ta were purvhaied. Ev. ry eoatity wnse,. - -td. The ;-a:v-is fil the Cc-oiedeite fco!uir.- ; w rr afi'xi-ed to. Tt-e wuiie v ere cas.ei upjii jj mlix to tae sut-i-on. f Gun r-1 M. t. 1 hui.'-r. w tiO i-'-t a ii ::i d'-f.-tiee o!" SuJ ) i C-r LL i, ai:d v o-.: he-JO'v tn ii:e Rr. 'iLeeai:cr : of J je .Vnre e (.; ha i. as iar a h? dared. ' put the f.M :-ac' ia ite iruc iu;';.t. Anatt , D.i.e to throttle Uim. Gew-rai Garv tupt v.-t-s trove to e:. r.?e him iu a duel. y.r. il'iett i'-i T:t j lo foirt uikvj him ail aujir of Lotior. Iloth were , thwarti d,but at t.'ieey tf-ci f taueh iuunenceta I taecd.tor, as a v. ;-Uar iw:d frcin a da -i i Hi 1 co:is.ujr a eowaraly ana uerrjuiriir in couu C'aro ;;,a. Tlie orr -cization of D'moerat.e cubs, r. ie eo:npa-iks, and rr.ou:it ;d com;ani--s trtse r::.-;-r:y tei-tn. The Cre-eitcr- indii.-.-d a 1 t ie you.i-x i a to jcin iaem.aud eeai ioCo.-.l-try t'i" e who -.voal J i.r.r. Teeali o:i 111? Fe-.i-dcat l-.r tr-'ops by fit iioverr-or. t:.c-f,-h abso. i.itely ju.-ii'.ed by itaT-iV-u--?, v -.s eUo us- d to s.ir up auiii.c.-i'.v. Tne t.-tte I ir.c-.-rat:e Con vention Ka. ciieJ uiiusua.iyuar!y'.rt!iet.en rl Contr-i-ttee, corniK-sed lar'.-iy oi tire-eareri. tr 1 the i! -e'.i m of u- legate ai :er deicta:e pid-. J t- st-ait-f-atist.1 in tii compromise comnn in.i:eatd th s-.ieecs-s ol these trciaeiidous ef.irti. Tiis con.'ei.tla tidily met oa tbe l-'itii of A t. Tae stra:t;ht-oa".s were in the ui.i yr. iy. Btrt so gtronr was the i:i;idcnee of tl:e wai;. in ("ov- rnor Cianiberrtin that, notv. i(a s:aad":rr ail the exertions th.it had b.t-n ma l :, till- Ttiajo.-i'v v.-as otly a i'ex vote5, but it wr.s tulhieul. The eoavcation resolved to nominate a strui',-iit-i:l Iiourboa IXrinocratic ticket, and to ra.'ke a des Derate atempt To carry theStuteen the Jliists-i;p! plan. Tiieti- ltet wes nominated. F.very uiau ou r. is an cx-C'oiifederateo:Ii -er ard b--ai wouads receivtil while lb;atina!Talnst the L'tiion. And at the head of it, cc ainattd 1 r Governor, stands Wade Hampton. theari- toerat of the aristocrats, the -aie-earer of the tire-caters, a famous general in tlie Goulederate army, the incarnation oi Calhounism. e3". Davisi r.i, anti-Xortuism. and sxiuthern iutoier:lnc.',. After the measure was onee resolved r.poa the d--lj-rnites acted la e-iTicert. iiuti-'r. the hero of Ham burg, placed Hampton iu r-craiuati ,n It-lore the eouv-.;T t.ion. The w hit s once more r.voive-1 fo trust Ihcm and surrendered at dt-;rei oa. 'Hie tonvetiTion cave seutenee f'-r open Tar. Alter a torchlight j-roees-ion and a ir.aa-x.oh Klic tion me-jtinc the ucieeates went home wi'h a fail ucdtrsiandinz of the methods to be em ployed. a Jtas vrrTtxo r; ?---th caroltxs. And bv at. Paul! the rcrk bassoneon bravely. Never since the passage of the ordinance of se cession have there been such scenes in the state. The whole white population fs up in arms and driuitc. Vv ade Hampton endhis erile: cues ae canvassine the Sie.te. Everywhere they no there are mass meetings and torchbrht ard military pr3eetic-x.s, ;-ecali:a-ihose of lStl'Mil. A iio spr-d svstem of terrorism and ratiTnioaikon reittns supreme- The nerrroes- noiv so loa uu luc.eutj that they have eoi.ie to loan n-x-n IreeUom u the natural order of things, have b-n suddenly awakene.1 from their dream. Thev S"e the military drilling a'l around them. Dark faees seov.-l at taem when they eo abroad. They hear of secret raecticrs and eatherinirs of thtir old-rl-ae owners. Vhu-p3rir.2 of the 11. mburj butchery rea"h them. T!:y hear tae whites ail around them sayintr that the bottom rail has been on the top tontr enouth that the darkey has tottepdown rutd out that Hampton must be elected. In alarm they call a mass meet ing of the Republicans f r consultation. T.V-lr prominent men are invited to be present and speak. The ume comes. Thousand are pre s nt. They crsnnize ar.d the apeakini-oecir. Suddealv a commotion arises. Tlie orator stops. The tap of the drum and the sound of the bcile are heard down the road. Twoloae columus of wh.te s-rfdiers, arraed to thcttia, mounted and on toou come filine arjund t ie I corner ond march to the platform. Th-v ptt-h asi.'ie tb- fi-thu-ue-i necroet and select the best seats, liieir letters, ex-ComeUerat oiucera, thou mojut the platform and demand half the time for Democratic speakers. It is IrembUniriy accorded. A Confederate tsreueral tal HISS, fltl. iivera a blooi-aad-thucder haratictre t-iliiif the neirrocs thev have been fools loueeuoueh. I havetotto disiajd their present Ijadcrs and I come back to incirold master-, who intcad to ' carry the elction. peaocalwy u thev can, but forciblT If th'-y are retr-d. A Kepublican fo.lows. lie is greeted with a ttorm of hiascs ar.d a deafeuinsr yell of d:Tiion lrom the miiitary. lis mutters a few word, every sen tence bein-r drowned by the hootine. At last a sentiment is uttered loud enourh to be heard. Forthwith aa armed bully steps for ward from l! c ranks snd pronouncts that as r-ti;-u a lie. Ths sneaker dares not resent the insult tiav. he dres not nr tice or allude to it. lie ta'.rts o "a for a wane. Bat the Insults, jeers, .mpt-rtiat questions, eke., come faster and ftktj-s. -ind f n-Jv. iu alarm for his life, be re- j Jtriis bis sett. Vheii I'.e bi.-ins has sita.-id-tl aiiothcr Confederate talo the n-jor. He m rs ov .t tae rauiblii;? remarks of the poor it(pa:.ti ' can. proiiouaers each ar.d every one of ti. ra an iraiai-as Biail" ious, damLa' le lie. and d.n--s him ;o i.rt- :'.! av iti.y tre not. ln.-.-c t wnu eheiriiir. The li.'i-iibiica-., qui.v-i't-r wiih f- '-r and iii.l.trusiioii, is iorct-1 to swaltow it et the poinl of ihe l-uyoitct. In: other speskcrs on Lis side are trca'ed io the saie sy. 'i l:c i-.j.-t-iiii; : reaks up with thi -c tun cs three and a :.--r for Ila r.ptoa and Tliden. Ai d sma of the re ixroes a Lave cot aircadv 3ed .u Liarm are fol io.."d to toeir homes tj the jeers and curses ol tba riliemea. VIOt.IlXCE. Bat this is not all. Too air Is filled with re- DOrU ol Otltntres aau in uracil u.eu Her head droopeii lower, hk.v..... came and went In hercheeVs. .F -,.. ihe n1(l. In alow voice. wind artd he Is sure to be ambusadeil. Bat more than this. Toe whiles re -urd a K"pubil caa of their color with tenfold the Tmdietive neas with which they look upon the net,ro. Score of white Kcpubuc.iu are hurryias: la alarm to the newspaper otttcea to insert cards in which they renounce their parry nd profess conversion to Democracy. If thece men hari? back and refuse or neriect to Join the precinct club or the nearest military company, their con duet is reported to the township meeting. A committee is appointed to request as explana tion. They call on the suspected man at their earliest convenience. If he be sensible he will submit profuse apolnries aud reents, and bor rirdly take up Lis rltie and fijllo them to the drill-room. Three or four while circuit judges have been dragooned into conformity, and the crowd of lesser iu,hts threatens to absorb every white Kepuolican in the State except Governor Chamberlain and the United States Senators. "ONE MAS KILLED." If white man refuses to Join the precinct club; if a wh.le man's loyalty to the party is suspected : if a white Republican persists in qis opinions, he is petied, marked, donncd. He is scowled at if be wall.s abroad. If he parses a crowd of loiteriae; whites at a street corn -r an ominous sil-mee llt on them till he is out of hesrinp. No warning is Efiven hira. No mid nurht visits are now patd or Kukiax missives despatcbod. The whites have found by bitler experience that anch things are boomerar.es, w liich return with tenfold force to injure the thrower. They taanaa the matter better now. They wait till an obnoxious man whom they have doomed as a victim charces to stand or pass near them, say on the public square, at the post office, in a bar-room, on the street. A crc wd of white dcperaucra trill cluster near him or follow him. They appear tobedrur.Tc, and Wsn to quarrel over some silly matter having nolhiuir to do with polities. iN verai bystanders come up and take side?. Filially blows are exchanged, pi-tois drnn, and a n-uiar free liht oe'-urs. Shots are fired by ail the p-my- Yei, stntnje to say, when order Urelored, it is found tliai not one of the comb&tams is in"jred, while the poor Kepcbli caii has been struel. by several nuidom shots and killed. An account of the alfray aptiearsia the. pres (ihe pre-s is almost wholly Lfeiiocratlc) u-ider the "b'adinc, rets Kow Oae Man Kill' d." Noi only are stnele men plckel off in this way, but shamSt-hls are arranged by white ru'Jians on some non-political prei-.-usc, which swill to the proportion of riots, a-ad In which several F.cpuoli'aa bvstauiirrs are killed by chance shots, while none of the combatants art hurt. Of courje, theauihors of these decls iro uapunh-l-.ed. It! the lirt piace. It is imce-ssi'Ve to tell who fired the 'hot. Tnca it is ucs.-.!e for anyone to indict anybody about it, or for the otacials to be too xci.lcus in investiatinj or proscculin!-. But if aa ass&sin does pet into trouble by imprudi n.-e. his comrades, who of course couipoac most of I be by.standt rs, r.re called as wita.ssi-s. a:id s.ve-ar hiia out safciy by giviag in doctored t.--ti.-ae:.v. Titssiis-rpri PL aw. I now find nvsiif carric ! 1 ack to tvie tirae or se-cs.ioa. Tlicfl no southerner dared avov' I niou sentim.-Lts. Then there v.i-re thousands of them in the Sottth, bv.t thy were ritthics.l; subje :tej to a systetn of ta.wl.u. and had to ehfX-e U f.vecn eonfoniu-y aLd ai.no-t c-.-rtaia dea'h : r.ud v. iih usiiily au e.feepou ta.y e. a-K-r-.-. i. T.wd-iy there are the a. tn U of v l.lt' lo:xed into tlils Coafe-lesaten-vlval f.'ahist th' ir juarm- iitaad Inctiaat-ca ; bat th - v mu t eon- I fo. in or take the cor. -emnce?. ThfV conform, j and tha, lo avoid iLi imputation f lu-warm- m ss, ts- y endeavor to prove tl eir smeenty by oa.ioit oi their co-.trades m violence. The am men head tiJs movemcrrt nao led the Stat hito secession. Titer hi-.ve thoroittrhly revived the policy of iiitin.!d-.ton. Talk of th blacks lulu?; Itiiinil j ited 1 It is throtph the ir titai iiitiori of thwMt--s tht tht IntiTa davloa of the l is -k Is rcnJ'rr-'l pos-;1 !e. The e!c-t;on U lo be rariieu oa tli? -J.. .1 t-ii-tii p. an : ari a prt of the plan, l-c it rcmcr-.;1--. d, was the iathailr tion o' the v-h-tes. Wj le li.on; ton ts a; mu-.-1 a Ml-s! -'aa ai -. South (.'..; ol niaa. 1: Is tire that h-- !s ib v.-er.ie I trr-ra Caroliir'cns ?-no;. iu the Kevolutloa, that his anctston hav e al ways lived ' i this State, that he idtnx'if it a citizen oi li-is StaT-. s.itd that the f.itTiiiy home stead is in the cly of CciUtrl-ia. K::t besid.n th icim-nse csr-itrs heo vnedin South Carolina b"-.o:-e t!:c war, he Lad vasr uentestcs in Mu.i--sl; pi and clher c-ouTheta ta'is. This wlh m t se-'ai r-tirpri. when 1 in- atioa til? f.:et h2 po1 scssrd bo.oi'J aires cf IrtaJ in f-e simple, an 1 owned 4."tA slaves. Now the war took f.Tim hiia t iebuike.f his pro;ei ty. but to ma: h rert.im i aner all his lo-ses that he is at this dy th. wealthiest n:an iu the .Soutbetn States. Jy-st of his picperty i.cf, however, is in Mississippi, lichas a! ai.doti-.-d l-y fr tae larger part of ii ' anccir-l esi-t-s in South C roK-aa. Taoutrh Lis hotae is In Columbia, he spends half his tiu-e on his plantations in Mi.-ppi. lie has ose planra.ion there on wcieh Sod of his formir davt-s are employed, so wej has he beon able to keep up this oid-p'aatat'oa plan while the sraail fam systc-a Las two tecjaiintr wed tiU uni versal. The fact I J tjlre to call attsntion to is th.s : Hampton was ia Xlls'l-slppl prior to the lat election there, which the L-mr-crats carried by the shotyun policy. The similarity of tie ni.-thods employed by the Democrats iu thecau-va.-s iroing on here now, with Hampton as thcir leader, forces me to the conclusion that the ex periment is to be repeated here. THE PRETEXT ATl'ITCDt: OF THE iFr-ra a rec;nt frrli by fir.-. Eilw-rl Mirherson. 3 What is its present att-ltude? It is the apolo pist of the worst political crim.s of the century, tne benehts of which it reaches out its baiaat eagerly lo clutch. It ia the protector of the Soui!.;rn miscreants who have plcnutd and executed, aud are pianr.Uie; said exn-cutir-', CTvry on -.nitre, tv.-n the mo-t' ahockiac1, upoa whole raa-.tes of voters, hi e as well a colored, whose only odeaee is an lin wiliiiiirnc to vote the Demevrctic ticket. This element ol that party bu. by intimidation ai d violence, wrc-trd o.ate alt ;r State from the political Control j. referred by i'j voters, and is preparing, by pu' lie ai.d slir.meics nMans. 10 w ind ihem unitedly for the election of a Presi dent, lars p-Jiicy was succcs-fitUy bra-ua In lbTl in Louisiana, when White League Clubs" combined to " refuse to employ, rent, lead to, or !a any other manner irive aid, com fort, or crodit u any men, white or black, who votes aetainst the white man's party." Such to theresfl for ihe ri!as of the lsbnrrrj-ar d IrJepcnd-nt joor felt by the lr.te siavehoidii i ctass who Bfff cons itute tin Southern De mocracy. Combinations to starve labor we.-e followed by coinbiTuitions to murder It ; and we have the authority of oditin;tti;hcd an official a Lieutenant General Philip II. Sarridan fir the fact that from loS to January, l.o, over three thousand persona bad been Jaded wounded in Lmj-.ana "oa account or l po'Jltal Kiuinients. The rcoent Comrrcssi. been kidert and thrir 'ressioual report oa the election of htst year in Mississippi is coatirmatorv ot the eti-tence of thb d'-lin-d ana malicious purpo.e oi ijc coa.nei n aemo- tntt-J , IUU WUUl.ei WlKrul.vw.u-: .Ije... 'iiormities oractict-a oy tne same recniess anu de-pirate ilas.s in uth Caro-jraT In most ol the late rebel St ate jthr fii ed.ua of tuela.!ot has thus been a- sus-;antial!y destroyed a : it was lurii'sr the adininistraiion of JUlerson Davis the palmy d rys of the rt.-bellion. And ihe men wbo are rfekin? with the blood of p-obabiy b'ti thousand innocent victiras are held up by tb-ir N-rtheni coiiftderates as cocstitu'iiitr a model party, fit not only to bear the cf ion's honcr, but to " relonn " its ailioiraistra'ion I First jlnrJerers, Tiien Esuijors. " TOU ABB A KADlCiL SIortCR, ASD BAVX COT TO SIS." Tae writer of the article from which we make this extract, In support of his stab-mart that utter larrlessness prevsiLsin the South, and that no man's life is secare, be he white or black, v.ho is knovrn as a Bepublieaa, relates tl e fol lo ia : example. I may r f:r to tae murder of Si'...oc C-'W, aii honeuai.d wr-li-mtaiiiii-; bla-k man who re.i-x seated taraiveil count y in t ie L-v'.-laT'iJM. ' O ; Tue i.ty, Vrii nlT it1, a rltle cna.' eou-raani:'-! l y Capl-ua A. 9. Cutler, went to Llii r-t: ti j.a-1 tcc.t a wood trt:a on the Port P.ova1. .iailro-t 1. wiiii wiiieh lh proceii d to a st :'e.n call- i 1-bbins. H Vc they gourd l.'ol.er quietly seat ,'d oa iii valise ari l waitius for a train. frV-'airof them etc laiared. " There's that KadkJ iri'i;er. Coke.-." Capuin Butler went up to hiui, and said, " Cokcr, I'm the ni .,,r rui,.r nd you've pot to go with me." Ta -n the unforiuuate man was surrounded ay Butler's counraand and draped into one of the cais oi the wood Uaja, wiii.a then rctuiucd to j fVoX-sa.es. aA-e-ae"'" appealed the lawyer. ."WitneatJ," ald the c,,lef juf,0ce compaionately, "do you wish to Elle ntcn. ArrivinTthere, Coker was taken Into a el-i abnot one hundred yards from the road, sard Captain K a tier said to hhn : " Cokcr, what's your ba?in4e t" "licit Kepre-cntaiive from Earnwell county to the South Carolina Legislature," was the replr. "All tr:e better," said Bu'Jer, " P.eprcsenta tive or lo Represeniatl.-e, you are a Radical nitrcer, and have pot to die." " For God's take, give me time to pray cried the unhappy ccj-ro. "Certainly' answered Captain Butler ; " pray away, but pray quick." Coker then knelt down and berran to pray. While be was In this position Butier supped bra-k six or eir;ht fiet aud shot at hiia taice. He led forward on his frtee. blcedin? and dyin?. Butier then made a sicjn to his meai, and six of them Cre J into the wounded man. lie died. The men who killed him took his watch, money, and gold shirt buttons, and then, leaviutr the body lo rot, returned to Uobvias. These facu tre sworn to by three eye-witnesses, ho state that Coke's only crime was his RcLubUtr.inin i From the Cincinnati Commercial. ) CAMPAIGN LYRICS. 'Wia yea walk into hit parlorf tald ths tjrhU to taifl." Vlll yea walk lata my parlor ? laid the Kakiux to irienljer. I'Yead.MTii.?rtothow joawith a very handsoms figure; And tr.v Krothers who an bandits, as rail Shsridaa Would 1.17, VU1 do much Ui ssitartaia yon U you'll stop a whlls to-d-y. Ws hare sr.ot-rms. rifles, pistols, xsItss, would arm M Cac iirave: Bloodbouwls worth a heap of money when yon want to track a stave; Bopat to hang a Yaa-ee scboolmarra when she won't S&t cp aud gti Von 'I jonwaas law my parlor, Six. Klff ar. Just a bitr We bare torlet, I aware yea, that yaa really ought to h ar . Do eoiue In Air. Xlegsr. foe election day Is near: Anil 1 think ! mlgi.1 convince yua with my derringer and K-luss, Taat this curci nlgjar voUaf all eur Southera trouals bring. Or I might, perhaps, parsaade yoa with a doabls- barrellisl tun. We c m uo your voting far yon at ear Interests arc And I'm sure yoa'Ll not insist, with a derringer la view. That ths caxea of holding office are desirable for yea. I can show by facts and flares what dcstrucllon to V ar race aiust result, as hers at Hamburg, wosa you doa'i fcecp in vour place; And tl.at 't.oi" Uowa at Vlcasborg, with a ban- d:v-l I rould name, Varl.-l sliiitly In law da i alls, bat resalUn; just th saute Show coDclastrelT to nlg?crs that dowa Sooth thev b ivr ,o c-ae UoUliL-z o.r.cds aad voilnj If they want to live in ..-ace. If you've rietits to keep ws'U keep them, only stay wlicre jell Leloii Uuelur: sujrar crae a.ii cottoa or you'll And your rl'.s ar wr-n. So Just walk Into ay parlor, there Is nowber t s- cur.. For my i.reraecti are deadly, and Us vermifuje; ar, s.TC. Very sure aan very classic, as lo Al-np" .e-ls den. Where the track are all -iuu-U lawrarda, bus anA cue came oat aal.i. Poli'.les and Trade, now Tntrr Aim coMt!irD iv rm 3LD SOCIHERS STATS Oi" SOCIU CAKoUt.'A. fHo-toa Tac! Itt. ; The ways of 'otrthern polities. In torn re spects cie.r enou.rh. ar" .t:i! ;at llri .er cur. S-crh Cirr-lit-a is a R-puMlc-in S-.I' hy a ra ."ority o'" tnatiy tho.i.-airl-. bu" ; he ih-cla'fi-loi ot rrne fort a that tat D.-.a-'rats at" to trie pi-.-ej j-n tift-T tlris y-ir. a:.-l tK. :r-.!l tra lri arid por la'xircrs fcave tit en Ire 3l.7rm. Trr silvertistn-r e.-lamru cf tl.e daily f.i. .".ocMilc r-aner show ho the alarm is tra . !.-; -i. Tire Citirleston Jrnrvnl of 'W.vrr. 1. IljixweJ Khet. Jr., editor, coa'nins tire foli-iwin-r : ' A Caito Cntil Ft r. titer Notts I wl'd recc:ve anpllcatloas "ro n those seekiu-r e-nrJc-y-met.t, on Mi'M'avs. VEo'P:rvs, ard i'kj rAVS, raj orders Iro.n employr-rs lor Mrai -'at-oirt liemncralie Vorkm-.iicn, oa Tvrpiis, Tiit'R-Tiii s, :id SiTL'.to.iTS. I am pretier'-d to furui-h Dcinicra's with DTnorra-i.- labor st reasoaab!" waces, to any ex ent at a trof.-.eofs n -tiee. To employ Uepul.ars ar.d iturve Demo-.-ratr: no lone:-r pays. It is a crime, and will be held to strict account. i'-m-.t. " !!. .s. TnittiT, " To lirrad .'e:t." To an lcr-tand the elT'-et of an atinott--.cerr.ect of iLisktud. ii mun be m-emi-fred thi't the creat majority of Kcpubileans are lai-orers, acl the majority of Democrats are cmt-lojfrs of labor, iu e-atae form or other. Such a totii-e ts this ia. t hei efore. aa appeal to the fears of tnose ho are dependent on their daii? earn, bits, and would rather change their politi.-s than lose them. It is al-o a tlirr-r.t aniust th.-s? w no re fuse to surreudor. Here is another notice of the same kind : "loOrt MEsrnAtT, TTrur. Owrrrtts. aco TRintsMctc GnyErr.tLLT: Tbe Wortinrrraen 't L-m"eratlc Association are now prepared to furnish from one hundred to two huudred abl-s. hojicd men for any kind of wor!:. Apply at ttKir hall. Queen street, near meeting, from 9 to Iti M-: 3 to ii. and 7 to P. M." This nK-ditieil form of iniimidtion Is carried into the various branches of retail trade Twenty -nr.e butchers of Charleston unite la a can!, which the -Vciw ami Courier prints under the bcadir? : " nrrcnTR- to prr rs '-. Wkebc do too Per Ion Met? Titlt Drmocr&ie I'utnic.-Jh ondcre'srued, butche-s in the Charleston markets, who are earnest sa porters of the ctuse of Uamptov axd cood oovkrvmext, respectfully solicit Lhs custom of Iheir Democratic fel!ow.c:tizer3. HotrsEKEEPcns can get TrtFta Mrata frotn ' Ilemoeratic Headuani-.,' Stalla Nos. 9, 5a, 57, and M. Lower ilark-t. Ato No. V and 1 J, Lpi-er i:.4."t, 4 to lti'r cents per ponnd. It is c-r.l Dcmorratie money aloue that we want, but Wade Hasptos and REfHtM." Paul Treseot.. a cood S-rcth Carolirra came, adds to the nr.mber of hLs strlls the Information 'straitrhl-out DeniO.-rat. r"' and T. K. Tally, ca fen r, "desires to iemla l the areneral pul iic of Wirat Ids old crtstouiers all kaorv, that he has beer, lor years a tts each Demcer it, r.nd is noir a supj.iorter of ILimpton and jroo-1 eovcrnmect " Surely the nilir.s; white race- "the nr.-.iral leaders." are settiatr a noble eiatnpls for their less fortunate le!!ov.--ci;i.-.er.s. if the nr-rlcei-mea and household purveyors of aay Northern cily w re to advertbe their wares in this way, toady-it!-.' to the preii'dices "f f' ir rich cls tonifrs, and threateuinrr their rlvali with the desu-uction of tatir business unless the rl.aa.'.-d their opinions, our rz-jrem Northern elimale would t-oou be nude uneorarortahle for them. The negroes have, lui-d, much to leara and to unlearn when the superior white ra.e sets them to ponr an erimple. rFrom a recent spyceh by Carl Sehorx. The Deiaocratie Parly Sorlh S'lTillowcJ op iu a Sol.d Soma. It has frequently been said that no Northern D- moerat, a'.ttr votir.c lor tu. h a biil, a bi oe able to come before his eoa;ita.-n.y. Is taut true! Don't we see taiiics whl. b. under ordi nary ciieanLrtaaces, wo'iid be deemed Iticrceli b.e'f The Ctoutri is now a compact ua.1 aarala ia toe Democratic iiar'.y. At leat tue Daiaocrata: (arty wants to atrht us, tird In case of a D aio craiic victory the South will not o.ily be soii.lly Democratic, but it wili also r jia iiu to for aa ia terruiuablc time. Let laa tay to you. I would 1-K-k ujhjo taat as a rrreat r.a.,cml me-foriur e. for wu-ju, la a nv-tibuc, jOii'aail :arti-.s are di vided by rrcoraphical and sectional iruts, it will create aa uu-ouud and Uiipatrlotie pubtia senti ment ; and if it were f-r that r-a-ca aloaa. I think there would beso.ae iuvulsa oi pa.riofi'-tn n: .vir it altuo-t ev tv one to tight a.'ainstthe Deinoe.-.it.e jiarty taf-li. Aaprajse. Hat li st is not the point I wan tour -U--s. IsayiheDctv ocral'.c party waats to uaits the i-ouia on e uiore as a solid unit upon i.s side. Ia that ca-e the Souiiieni .eorJ? will h .d the 3u;o.'.y of the Democratic party, tn-l dircit its p... -n j:- ii. That arajoriiy ot votes will n- ccss.-.r'lv. its t-'tcrc the vrar, rrie tbcra the coat.x'loi" taa party; th.-y w.ii tail at once atrarn Into their old s-tst ot po-rr. and hl'irnrr the preponderate ? of iuJu euce in ihe Democratic ;:ari.y the South wdl neoesarflv insist upon drctctlr.;; the aoxica- tioas for tba Pr.-;dcacy and V.ce Pi-ei deacy in taat Oitranira'tOL. In other war Is, just as it was bcioie oar great ciTii cuLdict, uo No-lkcrn ' eT-er he catne against her with tuch force that ?he lost her balance and fell over, the cliff, carrying hint with her. iri... in mliLsle nevertheless, and be- Democrat will have the least chance for the Prcetoeacy or Vice PresijTicy unless he enjoys the deud--d favor of the South era Democracy. What will bs the cocse'aaucc of this t Why, It ia evhleiii. Every Northern Coctrre-s-n.an who thiukt that there is some Presi dential stUiT in him, that a Prealdcutia lizhtiuntr nary strike him soa'.e time, will be very mu h iueaiacd to do that hich will be surest to rt'ain him ire favor of his Southern brethren. So it is evident that not only a ftw but a large number of Northern Democrats, impelled by their ambition, and, I am sorry to say, also Im pelled by one of those impulse that teems to lie indigenous to the Democratic mind by the Ui2u euce of ubser.-icncy to Southern dictaiioa, IU vote for just EUeh biiis as have been laid before you by Republican speakers. So I believe thai a Deojccralic Administration will, by the very necessities of thecese.be one of the roost ex travagant Administrations this country ever had. There is stiil another reason why this will l.e so. She Southern people, beinj the prepou denttic; power in the councils of the Demo cratic j.arty, wfil aisO diiUte its hnancial poli cy. The Southern people stand no, compared wtt'a us, la the p-aaition of poor relations. Ia other words, they, beiuj comparatively poor, and tco NOrtn comparatively rich, the North will pay the great mass of tatces snd tae South will pay comparatively little. The neces sary consoqaeace is that those who pay very little don't feel the burden of an extravarrani Government, nod will, therefore, always be In favor of spending as much money as possible. You have an iaa.-trat.on of this in the city of Nw York. A very lare cumber of your votert are non-tax payers, a minority of your votert are wealthy tax payers; trie ttoa-UX payers do not car; a snap of their Buyers ho much money isspeat by tte city government, tnd, therefore, you have always a lavish adminis tration. Is not that so ? Then the same rela tion will be borne by the Mouth to the North as to oar Dr.tiona! oc'tnelis, and, therefore, I repeat, it is ty tits very necessity of the case that a DernocraUc Administration, governed as it mast be by Scu'.h.m iuaaence, wdi h a moat exvavsganl one. Ai piau-e. E;i Ciui) lutiuii:iatinru mil, na cm declares uilitaht rettcx tbx onlt uraiEur foa Tai suoi-oln roucr. There is stiil otre other th'n I would call yottr attentloa to, and that is the question o natloa:J peace. 1 do not ntein to repeat what 1 said of cry action with rc-.-r.rd to the' Southern people, end the impulse ot generosity which I b.".ve always followed. Of course I did that wrh the exps-tat'in that satisfactory response rrould be eh.ited from the other side. We 'Ta ia.-ra fca. rt their rit-'hta vi.h a lari'h hnt:d ; we frare tbLta baes their rirrl:'- so shrt.-t:.- after the rebellion th.-.t 1 can only r -peat what 1 h-ve aard before, that tne rei.eroiny t-f tao Aincrican pevcle has never txrcu equtCicd byar.yptl.er nation lathe world It that re:p-tt." We did i. w.ia the just e-rpeeta'.ion. or at least the rrrtson-a-ie eipi-ct itioti, thr.t th-j Soutiean is.-r.ple.rc-ctiviatf their rlfh.'s at our hand, crletal bj counted upon to re-pect also the rights cf others. I atn sorry to say thai tha" expectation has tec.i In a great incisure dis'n poiiiicd. When you look at the S'aate of South turoliria you wid uot deny that the sitita tion of thlrcs is cxeccllctriy serious. I am th-s Very ia.-t tiiaa ia thecoantry who would approvi of the p: ,-r ce of troo;is in the neihso.bood of the bjiio'-bcx, and 1 would stand by to th lest in the miles'-or t secure to every man th-! riaht to vote uniiiiiai re d by force of aay UlaJ. fcut. as thiufa cow sta.'td. U the United fe'sf-s tro'-; are wiih-lrawn werrre pretty snrc to Lave another arnri d ! arce In its pt tee, and tha! is th: rit e cl -o- o" t ic triruh Ctro.iaa U: 'oria Democ racy. 1 oe i-;ve ia retorx, c-ni.'ctnca, bi.t I d- not l.-elre-.e :n 'he r. form o! the riie ar.d li e re volver in the ha-. Is of a terrorist. Now, th -n, they may tucce d pos-lb.y ir. sublurratiut; lii-c-rol'caa inrr.'eiriiies. cat oae thlnr; 1 l-k a;-oa i. . is1 -f.-rt.y u: . e ha.e e ).;i-; to the jc.t'.f-tr-cat of the ((Uestloai (rro rlr-r oat of t ie war f r ratr-irz i.1: '-:a Co:: -i'.t rt!o.i.U provoioris. ii. -.e C .i---.tutiot:a' p.tv:si.s may, f. r ths time Miirr. b-1 o. r.-ird- n In liils or tlrat Statu , tut if .he a'ter,. pf. is nraiie whi h I lo -k for a'.:j-.ot as fn-vi'jtiie in the event of a Demi -era tic v:.'.o -.- If t.ie art mpt is made to tinsliiy t'-.:,i la tne whole extent of the Soutl.era coirnry. ! a-ai s-ar'' that Tiie loyal peopl-- of cite 1'i.t.J rita-. s of America wiil cot submit to it. A.-rirurf. I. tae j:;--rirt lie mcae c-ioa such an tTje bc'.Wf -a th i North end the South, tue solid bO'tt'a cn one side will und a solid N irth oa tbe ot'ie - side ; atrd iibaral and Efeiicrcua r.s I nzy be rrn-a t-e truestion is oef vei.Ti a soVd Ne-rtn ata-1 . sc- ld tsoirth. 1 am cn the Me cf theNi-rth ail the Uirie. App:ause. I am oa the side l.e Nerih, not ti.-c:iiise 1 hanpea to live here, but beej'ise i believe teat tae North contair.s the intellectual as well as the moral vl'aPty if the American Republic as it is nov- eonc.itat'-d. Now, ccntienren. lookirrjr at the attempts that are t-eiej nraue is the a--iuth. can ar.yboJy coubt that taey would be erectly ence'inred by a victcry of tee Democratic pe.rtyf lata terry i am oblicad to say it. birt stiil that party staai'.s in the politics of the country at a eontiau.d tnreat of reaction araitist the re-'titjof thewar; and it is my convj .-lion at the pte'errt nrometit that laj ciu-a-J-ates oi the Iiej uolican party are Dot only tr-.c b:'., ttrt thy nre tae otiy instru ments by wh'cjs the true Piterests of the Ameri can people caa be promoted. Apiause.J POOP. TILDEX. The Wasliimr.on C r-ynk't? publ if b the fol low..;?; 1st of fics paid to Satuue! . Tll'ien in loti, liotl, and itJio by the Ilrie Railway Com pany : i. Fi,tr. Jr.. March to D-eonh-r, ik six l.nius. lpg.il and lnciusiital. ....... Dr.aiel trewati-j J.i,',uid, aeTe.-liteius, lc -ir. J tM-c-:.1 Tf. l. linn, N-neiauer ti, ts-i 'A. M. TiT-se-:. I'ect-iitisr I, 1 -"S ... W. .V. Tifaed. Iw-nir.bt.r 4. ls '.V. If. T reel, Jaaea-v to Jure. lit!.... W. M. Tnaci.', I)je B j-.rt, leia V. V. T vreV.. Apnl s, 1 ,7' W. M. Twee.1. Je.oe 4. 17U Jay l.jtilib .--Dtcnl-r 3, I, TO. J.-iV .i'u S. He-a.t).T a. l.f"i. .......... J:.v (ul 1. 5ji.lsisi.-r . 1-7J. . M. Xworj, e-pasaes ana eoiu-i-l fees t:i7,4CS u co r rjy e 4. V I JO rr.".,ij"j m i:oxo ' 10. 7 i T IrtO. WK -is SO.rr.-O -Al 44,000 JO 13,000 TO VT. si. Tweed, expenses and counsel fees Tj.000 5 W. at. Tweed, ex. eases aud couasel fees Jl.OOO CO Ji.oaaox-o st Not one eetrt of this was ever returned f-r taxation, ac-1 the Government was defrauded out of its tax noon it. il.'s'Jcs, ti-ese were te receipt" from one so'irce the New York :nd Erie. Hit fees fnrn other roads were enormously larfre, and wouad swell the total to several millions. Darin.: tue years from lal to 1ST3 he pa'd taxes to the L'aited States ou bat f !7.Xs or cio.iO a ye".r. while actually rcceiviiirr not less, probably, than fare millions. k Cajonct CLargc. This Is the wav Gencrsl E. M. Lee. of Ni w Y.irk, "surrounds" bis audit nee wherever he allr. s:o a Penasylvatiia gatherinr. It cap turri them every time : FrxLOT-ciTTZrNs : Mr first ptiblic appear ance airainst fie 1) u.ocratic rarty was mule .n the State of Pennsylvania, citti I nave r.o dou it taat some of yc-ti '.vete present on that oceas-oa. I: was on a warm Sa'-l alh morioliitt ia Juiy. It Tt. at Gcfiystur. Tue Dim.-cratle party ut ti.at ti ne wore a :ray oatorm. and wa cor.i tr. laded l y c.y l torioa. c.taesake. Turn, as now, ii representcl the " soiid S atuh." Ta 1. as now, it was d- t-.-rraiiteil either to rule ornin the nttion. ard its triuurph on that occasion v. oui.l have bee-a i.o lea disastrous to tbe eouii Lry than its triumph in the prescut eanit.a ,-a. A new evpJ .natioa of the reason wlyShim Tlld-n r.fcsr J to h'ip put down rebellion and p-ty Ids income tax is given in the New York i : " At the same tttne. we mnt say tha' tt worrid have U-t-n much niore crahiabie fo .Mr. Ttld n as a Uye and a stuesraan to have decline 1 to piy any in;ome tax at all. An income tax. 1 Med as o us was. is a clear intrsviion of tae Constrta.ion of th Cnited Stavs." T.irs is Ihe openintr of aa ar-rnment to ju.'t fy rwia irinr; the Government. Mr. Tiiden is uo-f'lr-.ati.te In the briefs of hit defence which he tanas to hi advocates. Wiil Tii-len want to coraze the teVmpT Urr-t on the Dij;v of Novetber 7 1 Chariie B iekalew is able to rive the aj.-d reXartucr some vaiuaLia advice aa this acora. Uie aJo" -JKHK, - .'V.. r -f - come next,' orangea next, and peaches next. The scuppernong grape U gen erally considered, very unwholesome, CARL SCHOBZ Upon Sonthem Claini3. IT IS ROT A EEHE PUF.TiSI". CUT. THERE IS -MUCH IN IT. The ie Democrat!; Party 13 Roady to Pay Evary Cent tvomancecl bytno South. It t frequently been said br Iwrnerra's that In the question of Southern claims there it nut thing but a mere partisaacre. Gentlemen, it is my sober conviction that LLere Is much in it. tnd I will tell yon why I believe so. The South bat been impoverished by tha war. and la conversa tion with Southern men myst-if I have found this to be their idea : Yoa of the Norta have coa troliej the Government alone since the war; you have taken out of the public trer.ury millions of dollars to subsidize steamboat lines. You have granted away millions of acres for railroads lo establish your lines of communica tion. You have spent untold sums of money cn internal improvements, and while yoa taid this we In the South were exposed to all the ravv-cs of the war, and ont of whi'-a we have come in aa impoverished condition. Now, they say there is nothing fairer in the world than That we shoa-d have the tame aJvasitaes, so aa to get evta. Gentlemen, jou converge with almost every Southern man on this su'oiect, and if he does cot tell you this before election, he will be candid euout.n to say so after, if the Democrat!; can didate is elected. What dots t.-at mean Wa have discovered in the course of time that tie K'iicy of jrant.ng railroad erants ar.d subii itR. in ihis and that private ealcrprise wns et-eei-Inaiy ccsfiy, wiihouteoufern.. acorrespCBaif.; puolio bcueiit. Therefore, that policy bat to a creat extent been abandoned : but 1 preutct ua case of a Democratic victory tt at that p'' -.T will be renewed an l carried on to a more car.o vannt extent by that pa.-y when It bfv'.ai theeontrollinir ixiiccr. 'Ifcat Is c.ne p-;'nt. Tna s-.ecn l point is this : While 1 wa- :n the Secate, ami "Tcr since, a lcr;e uuruoer of b'l'.s w?-e in troduced there air.ibir at the refcn.il". cf 1 rs cotu-n tax. You are ail a vare tnnt d'arin t -a war we paid hundreds u; on hnr.dredi cf rr.li lions of lates for the poajx.-e of k.-c; .:"; oar Goverr.t.irr.t alive and o-a.-a. i;.i-t : o:r.r. We ( 1 that, havlne; been fore:--i la oa wjr by tire re . cl ottftS, a TT.tr that COVrt Oe0.-.-t. pP-ClO'ts iT'3 and tl.ousati-Ii of million! of d I. a s. '... that wnoie lime the itoai'a corr'r.su;cr ti.ajst nothlnj; to tlie public treasury. There is or.iy one coudueraUe lie a of t-.t tat ..s levied utia the Stuthem p o-a e, aid tint was the cot. on tat. sorre tlvy eiriit Billion dollars or over. So they triand a restitution of ihat tax, as It is pr pa-id by totne, not to thr in-f lU'rls by tsntA foe tax wu paid, but to the Sodtacra b.acs aj such. I r.in a trtan of very rea-.-rou til. asiioa with regard to tne South. 1 thought irat v- I..-a the war was closed the Sotita.rn pccp.e who Lid been ia revolt would a?-::a become pite aole and larv-abldltrtj citrzeas, aad taat pi a- ros ity was noi only a daty, but an act of nd ;tn aud jusii.-e. And so i cave been cn? cf the ifrsl to ad vo-. .re a pc-liey cf Tencml amt"sty ar.d ol tire complete rc.notai 01 all tcose polrfi.i.': u a Miiuc.s which ia eoascqaesce of tie rcotihoa ba-l beiu i:nti-ed u;r-n a ia-.;e nurni.tr of Southern p:o;;.a. In ro ned I adyorated a r lley cfri.iicro.ity rrd tv-coiicilUt-on : I a. a wul-uir.- to l-e as JT'-ncrous to them i.s anylou.-. bal hen, after bavini; torccd us Into to terrinie a wnr a war that came rear dest-oyin.? tae very I if e of this streat RetiuMjc a war to at has eovervj tire land mta mourning, tad f at s-acti ternb'.t burdens upon our pcopie when, after tuch a war. havirj contribute I this iitt -e mite to tLt s isKi-.-.nc of this great fa ar-lc cf our institution, l hey demand that e shoui-1 refund every cent of it, 1 think it is a little too much. And yet you are coolly abated ycu. the possessors o' 'h wealth of this countrv to put year bsndi into your po kets so that J.'.i.OoJ.J'J'j be , iven baelc I teii you, gentlerr.er, that it Is ray i.oael cca vi.tioa. should tbe Democratic party come lata poirer arraiii, tirey wili icevitabiy return to tin South every ceat of that money which was can. trii-uted to the National Ties.-ary In tie cottoa Interest, with iateret too. I tell you caadidlj that I fear the Democratic rarty wiil be exceed iagly peuerous to their Souihcra friends la tha way of putting money into trteir pockets. X Pecoru Xot a rnwprctus. Said Colonel Ing-arso.l in his Cooper lastlttrtt speech : " Tus Republican party coares to yoa with its record open, and a-ks every ia.-a, civ. and chid in the broad coactry to read its every word. And I say to you that lb are is not a hue. a paracrapa, or a pare of that record thai is not ou.y an honor to the Repuouci party, but ta the hiaman race. Oa every patre cf that r.-eord is written souae great ahi glorious ac tion, done either for lite iitetty of Das a or ti.4 pi es--rvticn cf our common country. V e a. A evsrybo-ly to read ittr- every word, a oe Derao eratlc party come befdra you with i'svcor l cb-se-a, rccorjans; cvo-y blot aad o'.ar aad sfatn. and treason and slander a..l rraai.a'aity, srdarkt you not t j rtcid a sra-fle word, bat lo be K.nd eaouca to take its infumoas promises lor tl.t fufttre. aMloiV me to say here liiat cirar.it tor, t,'otd character, re- ts uooa a record, aai not upon a prospectus." A Deraiacratic ortraa savs : " It Is perrerii'ij conced-d thi StmaelJ. T.ldca his been q.iietiy lavinc for' Tweed." To most peroait lo-aks as if Tiiden had been "'7.117 for" hint. It wr lef t to the Republican pi sj of Nct York to ex pose bis crimes ; and toe cre'lit cf his caot'cre, aceonlire to Mini'tT Ctashir.f, must be given ta the Kcpuoiicaa Adruiai-tratioa. EepnLlicaa Electoral Ticket STATE ELECTORS. Er.NJAalTN IIARRI3 E2Z"SS-Xi. J01TN W. C HALF ANT, JOHN WELSH, HENRY DISSTON, cniiitTLVN j. nornLOf, CHAItLES irrOXPSON JOSZ?, EDWIN H. FITLER, JOoEPII W. BARNARD, 1 BENJAMIN SMITH, JACOB ENAE3. JOHN B. WAP.rEL, J0EPn TH0MA3, ATliO PARDEE, LE".VI3 VCZ'J, EiWAilD S. SITXraUX, V.'ILLIAM CAI.iaER, MILES L. TltACT, S. W. STARF-WEATlTCn, I) .INTEL J. JlOr.r.EiL, JZriEMIAH LVON3, WILLIAM HAT, WILLIAM C.'.5LEr.0:T, J. B. DONLEY, DANIEL O NFILL, WILLLM NEr.3, ANDREW B. lJZ.-i:.r-, SAMUEL M. JACK.'jN, JAMES WE3TERiN, Ti. W. WILBCa. ..-. -, - - - wood against each other; but this was improved In course of time. A stick was made to slide very fast up and man, because tbey know 1 habits, this clings the m increases with years. It