Newspaper of The New York Herald, October 27, 1860, Page 2

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated October 27, 1860 Page 2
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"IHE RFVC1 XT10H AT THE SOOTH. | Tlr E&r, ,f th |] (|jcns ;g Pe .r^t nnln, fnlivm amHbin. A'.tnirj th ?; T*h t c and Aririojj Blacks at the Soutb. Nifnlficaut Declaration of tbeWovernor of South < arolina. Profile of Tennessee Kendy to Follow Lead. RilClfi O UN COTTON FOR THE NORTH.' A Bargaiii Broken on One Side Broken on All Bides. I KOR7HS&N nUZAirZSRB. ?COHeR^S CANNOT COERCE THE SOUTH *TllC "* )ii?hiolul i> ?n of tin* I'nion A'?>o thi> *?*? ? t 11 1 I^n-cvM. THF ADVANTAGE UF ni'<: 80WTE. Dc&mctidn of the Kanufactr-res, t h? Ocm *.ercc and the Shipping cfthe north. Hr anCn? turini! Dirtrm Already Brwtfsg Out tn Nrw England. Tfce loietary fonviil-lon from tbr I.oh* of ^W4.((00,0(Mi el Property What tfce South ir Advised to do if Lincoln k Elected, Acm &c.. Ac. Oar illclinioiM Corrcip?Mnic?. Rn Kionc, 0:1 23, lfk<0. 1A? JuJtnf in iht South Hirully jMwwk .nj to Iht Puinl ?fD\ioluti<t*?S?u!h'rnhmiuaiitJ en Virgxmi In flint Adiltfunal h i 'f In Uu Pu union ulKern Hen Puf^ngof tMir /ri/erwti tn ?!1 Sar'h'm Erwr pr utf ? <*p< rul&tum i it a Srand SHU? Governor Wut Ke %*?'? in Wi HmmiJ ? T<rrl".< JVhs Ahead, <?' Ttae dtannion aectiinettt even ia Virginia if rapidly gwming g? und A cor" dl?t!nct ide* of the evlll to te nll from Ui coin'* election, whleh i* erery day bolng reeliTed, to g'Ytrg an a.'tlvo mpolae to this rentunent A ml if anything I* wanting to trafc tier the existing reel lug cf hcil ' ty to black republ' a* rule, it ? found Id the terrible ccrtemplat:. n of the Soot i b> tip reduced under 11*1 nfimt to a condition of provrocialiam an.l degrada txic and in the n.' re election of Lincrln, apart from hia policy, ia the c naumma'lon or theoe dl'aatcra cot^emed full and coapfc It It to urelr?* t-i dejy tbe fact? Jlstoln ituu it inevitable ab u!a Lincoln be clcttod. All tbe power* en earth, ar.d a'l tbe ow-Herat' >na of private or antkm* b lerrtlr tbatcould I pn<<i:i.t',d, ?ilinut prewnt iv Tl<c people of V r?tt>M wt. le far from b< ing un led l? favor ri auch a policy, are oouTlnce-l thai they muat ?mt ) tab I y become Involved lu the general coi.iiict which la to wicc , ana they are accordingly n ?king ali n<we?aary preparatw ua for the crtetr In the eont.i. < ;ur.y of a con ?let Jietweco the general govrotni ul and U-c Soutnern (Utn wb'cb are to oeimle, tbe eaunot ocr. ipy a p >nlt M ef armed neutrality ai d what aide the will take il t? aordlrri V) diocuW. Already Southern emlfoarho arc p" irlng Into V rwlr t to are, me fcer p< >|le to :be p lat or reaipiai.''} and robel tjoc Tbe uieral .nl aence of the old Sute, ir it could only be arranged on thoaldo o' oeeeaaloa at tbe oataet, would gire the it c resent an impt *e wbrh wo-:U ?' oca elevate t In the *wry r??l?t or fMorai dlMoiatice Hcnco Use anxiety <*? lb-- i ?rt f-T the <-?traai? dNttiera in ?eriir< c<> > |?rati^n Iro^n tlits "Uta*". tftU thi raa't Mvgbt for would Lot (>?? ??il/cbd by bAlv?-t, li :t b/ one apoi t*n>ou? uprlalBK ot tbrconoectratci popu'ar ^triuglb of the lh>3 A. So r'.rong kill eod'itlMtf inar.y loa ling Sjutbern wirn at the joulk thai <S nunicio will fallow liie eMlun of IJM.' D, Ibry are dtrpoei*.,- or etery <?o|!nr'i> worth of ittrriat Ibejr hare in rllttfrMrt north oT ilium .s. IHaaa'a ,'iae Ii you tcqolre your atock broker* la New Vvrk ?betl? r tuclr ? i|'in noa lor the put week or two dwa not rou Arm tfala h'?I #nrnt, 1 feel uwir-'l, if lhe> tpaak candioly, thrv will tell yoo it !ora. It m uaaitfi fi?r tbrta to oeoy It, for I know wrilfiy u ?nt!.-" w>?b la K'nbmrnd wb" ?*nt recently to ynurcuy for tte 1 pvrpoi' -rf dlapc?.rg of fti?*a u N'orU>?n? ?uterprla.?, ' wbi'h tave bitb>rto tb m a Uui'liome per nata^a la i unuing tb;t OH>r%3 they were Iciltwnoe-I atntir t>y a c?QTietion of tbe detrrm'oei parpme oT the Smitb to trctk <>p the I'niob upon tbi a taction or >ln. kTfo the banka are ae'zM with af prehawaiooa of a gone ral era!., anil t*tm rr'octant Ui raoalra Northern paper. IxlceJ lomeof the h?eth Uarohaa ba.i?ft iia*e a reajy prucl>imt4 that after the lit <4 November they w! I re catva no notea payable at tbe Nortk, and tliif policy they wrtll pcrmanrntly adhere to, uultaa the Prci..:ctiliil e!oc t on ab( uid muit advtrftly to Uocr la. Spec .latiooa ot a poema.-it ot caaracu-r are at a ataad Mill ge: "rally. Tbe wtaeat uxt m ?i uteH.geot mm ia hi m''lrt era oable u> fmh .m the iepth and e\trat o' tbe terr bit aaaf ra *bfrh thta d awnioo oonenl*ion will bring II II m efietiilally oot'-I j ita rhara' ier that it nannot b? viewed or conl? mrlatnl bj ihe light of ax pertence. OoasUeffi the craau will be without t>arallal la 1M Jifn*trona nwulla, aa it ia witu -tnc preiedect In nla lory. TLla m Uie tlret moiel ratxild'a kcowa to the bl?< toric ansa1* of. go\ errn.cotal iy?t??> in acr.ent ar ?Mda.n l'tn?a Th? rffect of lu d -r^rtlan, tbere'ire, m iat ? '> the cat-'i atlona o( tbe witpd Mid uwiit intelli gent Tht* conditio* or uncirututy, lea Inability to * *t . ma. t ?t n ap^roalaialely U.e OiMW nooa^q ienoaa Wtilcb, fr\ m a !.???. general lafmale WW MUgqgai aa a reaalt of d!*un:.>s, are cporallrg m >r? to.'jrioaaly npin be tot*, wia of MM than w iM u<y c >: ?**?i oril wat< b .inmoc I reelgM orn ' I |*'lli y Ml Ij adraoce Tbe ipiaton ? rapMIr galah g grrme'l tbat tbe (A>uta >fi IJ b* ni re frapon ? ir ae-^nrd ir?? th" Rtrsfe; <ur1, aa i e -i ?rnu< nc? Uie acr plea of Uic Awtberu |?apl? la irraking up :bc l oio* ara rai l d.mluiablng. 'Itc e DTtctloao cf IU value la not oonae ap u Uie pots'. <1 Mieratloa of black rap blii?a rale, or rattmr mtar ile Vba 9outb, aoa body, arc kf m f* ?r ; n? u. ?> eaotaga at i r, :ud aa a., oflbvl for ilack republican a?gtwa*i,ic anl ara . tad thr.t [Wirty wtU llaenrer the truta of tb'n u wik.a before4hr?w montho fhxn thla dav 4 9 . . rcor W ftp is tipwU to ?1??? bera la U>* :nr?' '? a bag '.on tuft jf out waa_ It la deemed imry <1 <?ira wi < iba I bo atw*. I apeaft wh? ? Ihe fair la ?eic* h?U fcara, B a*bcb >t?Dl he *i?li bare ox- largaat aa4.?nc# vhl l lit' uirmiM to bear ?ny pqtHir apraker Aa >c, at 7 Vo b??r i.i?n In* e?rn lipa, u i id hi* atg Mar trapbia it>le bta ?. leara urn tb? eiiat ?< li.Tr* ml '.be rutara .<rnapprta at Ibecouairr, m rally fell, pari, ulari, bribe aCran<? r? aoa , a the c-'? Tb* ?eca?k>e M fmlneollf propiUNtf tar lb' * atw\la?eot o u>? !*tau at twmr raMlt (Xrv '**?' ?'?? u * ax.' re ? ..leapreal talaeaca wr> aid *"* Kturad ;hruu?b Ue in *4 na of ihe #>B:, VMImi wbvh vjald araM h'? wnrda and a?a , tHi V'-^b errry carter of Ue Mate tbaa woali ' , I fr VI tfcatr ?IretiMtH a thro^b U?e proa* Hi .m.k '.<c * u<>*?. nako manr lni:j?o*.al ooarrru to hi? *r* eu am bar tow la the rlty, an I t??jr, ;a t rn ?a"14 '??ohKoaira U.P public aanni-nl a' ihe.r ?tT*VwaiIlka In baa a him < p>vara*ertb? mora ?qrfetaJtr ? Uita ;ln?, a'lrt h? Uv euw.-aa !7.. \T' up"0 *>"'? of h*'j oOVlai In aad ?Mto*al afceiti.</ia tkadtaafcarta #tb \T n.-m ?bieh *a baa firm ?bu <,'?? of ?f paw* oealUeace c *imaa4*4 b) o o?ft?r * T-.. ? l be a?r* .V Jaet'oa e onetraat m the *?M torabodiej of ??> ? frdal -L eeloltbl^l Ulfcaaxiatw* u jim.1 . >ati Kl'Tir. "*lal aj ataan tn R (tatal. at i-mni, ?? ?rT r the .a of * porfurtoanilT*! M r* Artel ma Zr,, Jy t rocraaCI b?', al prmrot ao1-r lb* mm Paiurlai ?J?? ',CHI *"*? flr,t comfrt J i M^r PW ba|?, art in It# HI? II of lb* .'on, I ui'' mat art >#raa a nor) ajftal a>4i?TOd t? a Jtfci (taaa aairtber. w U pe.iapeatt a? ieaa flattarlatf. Tb, ?? ?e? ta a?* aa-lrr the dlmct'OB of V?rc (trak,*^. ???oar I ?U I. tlM Iwl B*ulrbt'l to<ia| t*arr; Kiga*r Fit 'fa Bar. L I be ? ?ma*l Vtritoae .-'let <r Kko<? BarJ:, lUa neiebmu <! I "" aod^^nor Binear-iaatl, tba jr#*i r i ? >o eal'.at, ai-b'?i? ?? aMlAtota to tba dl*.!aO"*bed ratti. Tfce aifi raanr at (beaa aai'aant j>*rf"ra?ar? la qalt* a i<r?n <? ara id lb* iara of aiauMm*a(? MMliar M our ritr 71* ?'? 1 P" ? r^'-tabla ?ae to tfc? irony*, wblle 't if *<?? ?? ,|tu< r'aooitr t> nar eH?tea* Nraavb V lb* "tor* '? f*?* (taUfrlTij ao 1 tba I'aaaW nb.cb M 14 v^Ju" b?? aMraratod bF tba m ld?a n. r# rf the t **"' ? lr?? bapp; mMtaa w axial rr^TTTft ?? ,k* *nfV1 ?" '??radaloaa lo / i l l u> <bo ?f ??" tb re?unM trl*K aa t ..?d?r IW ?(Uiia Inerodolitf.ariMi., r ? ,'r+ lo Ihe p ?h0 It <?. ? m tnle l b? Lj" J iwn li>K?raaM They Will 9i>i oat befw* |v_ ? i Ml'l I hi ^ IO?k ^Bitl It l*W An "if tL- dttt:tt ' r^*itcr? Duat at tb# fa'r In tbi? rl'r are iba H<* 0 Harli?frr, of north 'Taen!uj?t f,v a??r y M o rter lo Spaia, ^be H >a Kaeaeib Rafonr, of tie ?ur- B"?h are ,h* napa- H/ of ref.ra tbar i* -tr aae'if ?? T ?nral ?at t ut *t< b/i ^ r to *> w *"*? 1 ** F'Tn?onr>, Oct. 21, 1W0. T'f '"Wen: Lmm 'e U Ab Hiked at tke South a Dtttelu .V>* of a? I nwfi and thrtunei tr be MaM Out of tkt lnnnt i m? The Sif'* wfll be Enabled to ManuJ&lure Chaper Ann IK' North? Th* .Shifting Interest of the AVti* ?n/f tie huined?The /tnunciot Until of 1837 mil " ft--*a'eii <m a L irger Scale? Border Wars?1%e Im.'rit of t'nyta: d to hmve the Intnn Broken Cp ? 7b the fev pi' of the A - rtA, ?ff. A remark was ma'ie yesterday by an observing man : w hicb seems to bare much to roe Tba subject of con ver ration ? lit ihe violation of an al)ei?d patent right, fin which proceed' ng* would he instituted to recover damages, the gtntiems n, who waa entirely dlsintereiVed, remrrked llave you a ?er redacted upon the coneer uoneea te follow from (be election of Lincoln and the withdrawal of (Tin ik single State In tbj Into from the con federacy upon the patent laws' W.roK not saoh wiiht>f<xval a virtual ref-oal of tbcae lawr k> '<f at lew. as the wilhdrair.og State 'a oo> ??? Ther.e qu^tiond carried with them their own aua* or, *ni'i iwM <-ued a train of tboufM new tow*, and , so far a^ 1 harve atoe rved, cot no; WW .n any of ^vjur papers. The ?Me>ittac of the public Vjls I eeu o-Mcd by able aud et'-aoorafj essays and <J" xjuent fr?ecbes to the in port an x of the Unto* to the Nerth iu a commercial ?f view. The vifct produ<jlr of cotton, am 'Hint aig *l over f200;j7j,0o0 in ftlue; of tobaooo and rice, and *?. :gar, air- oil excluri cly the | ruduct of the Soutlie rn 3tat< k, fcrvo formed <"ver three fourths of tho er.porta of the o"-.mtry, und taabled >-S U> pay tor tlid tr.mense 'oreig* tmportattaM that have con'rei a'm">?t rotlxrly In New York. All ttiis has baeu brought to pub ii uitent on. But the i orfcorn m'nd se?mr to rent in security still |*>n the b?IK' that the South, nt li'inja manufai-tur+jg people, w:l require a Huflloiest amjuut of manutaciHri s from us to pay tor her raw products of col ten, Wbaoio. lice and sugar. Bit will Iks be thecsse when tlx; I'nioa Is dissolved, or one or two Elates only wtlftdrew from the confederacy? Cnoiieetionably the pateut liws a ill have no force In thenc seoedlng States, and manufactures springing >ip will be carried on under advartagea r ot posseawd at the North. What will bo (? me of Colt's patent, of Howes', and the thoi.?and >ther pateuta which make their preseut proprietnra million aires from the tax they are enabled to levy upon the in dustry of the country. Their fortune# will crumble at oucu Into ashes. Are thvy prepared fjr this uteri Soe? But still further. It will bo the policy of theseoeding "tatee (and not>b?erTlng man can deny if one Soothern State n-ce'deg all will make wltb her a common cauao and s^ek a common destiny lor wtat or tor woe) to open th?ir pom free to K'uropean i. anufacturea, and to collect their revcuuea by dircct taxation and by a dtrrrimiaating tai upon Northern importations. ! ask jour sagacious men, your men of capital, the- o? tiers o( real of late, of Tillage as well as town lota, Ibe > wutu nf ft rks in oiaoufaotur ing companies, wtU llu y t>i log rp- a themselves the cer tain ruin that will overtake all Northern mu-reats whan the acts above foreshadowed bare b< x>me a real.t} Dan these man iifacturlng companira stand the ociu petition of free poods from I- .iropa, wbr ,avec now, the present tariff Is thought InsufliOient Can !'e-nnsy leania, complitnlng that the present tariff is toe low for adequate protection aud Ibu full developemeot of her iron interest, be bene fitted by the admitslon of free goods, free railrjad Iron, and all the manufactures of Iron, into the adjoin leg *;uthern States? Wu! siie reverse the homely adage tl:at"blU a loaf la better than no bread," and rink all, as she lr certain to lose all, by her suloi lal course.' If j cur men oi capital have the recklessness to answer lightly to lb1 ae qnesi'uas, and, in vindication of a false si Lt:ii." nt, a moegrcl c tLXiund of ranatlcl^m and aec ttoLal [ ride, rush on madly to their destruction, I appeal D tL in in behalf of the widows and or^haoi< whose all is in veiled st ares of manufacturing companies, an l who are tdent upon the dividends or thee'- cojiiianien for, n< t samptooua Uving, but tbi- actual cecctnanei of life I appeal t< it i rn in b' tia:f oi the working men and woman, * bn >? < k to them, a r the poor and the weak always |.>ok to it- rtrh and the strong, for guidance and j induction, even tf in.) are willli < to imperil thvdr >wa ail, not to (!>>ti<<y the t t**re*ats of Ui *o wbooouf'de In them. It is too late wnen ait alike, ibu ricb and the poor, are feeling tie I* i wigs (f the p. II est- stcrm, to say we bad uol tbosght It is your doty to think, "llie fool akise ii)l t.e I ad not thought " in KrgUuid, where, in a crowded population, strikes a imtllmes lake ptace, and at timoa the neeeasitlei for lite i mr il>e an.ouot ^ man u fact u res compel the work li k at titer I time, and the throwing out of employment of I It .uhanoa of m< n and won en, able and -\ to work, I ll :e?e>lai:-ij; inlluetices ot tbeac slight ai>d temporary ea..??s are well known and spprrciatcj. A f>rcibie wftrr rays that "the adoption cf short time iinplLs %n the capitalist a lose of me uey, and to the laboring clarsea a . i Lt. d l.. me, a nolo ai. i < beerlerr ftreaide, without the oc ' ioita or eveti the arectmries of life." Now , I uk ni ry car. i ' man to sav !f the utter pros trat.or . i the mxnufacturing iuterent anu p->palattaa will r t. ?i certain ?- the nuttt follows day, fuiiuw the non e? -'in ?? of ire i stent laws and free iportatlons at the ^?U A I artiiii s that by virtue ofhlgh ir *hir aud other I-, ar raueea can t?e prvdltnbly m>a il? tared on this r ic of the At antic will be naMfWltnrad far more cheaply at the S.>mh thaa at the North, by virtue of the p< n ex ? trace <f the pati-rl laws. Ortaln :t Is. that N rtl ?n ri nnrlafti rer- can bope to Bell aotdlug S->uta ? L<n Hits li.iin ? duwol ;ed, exempt to supply the pre?s ttg r>oe?r it >a uf the ni >meu*. tft>cfi>ro for?*t^ , shipment* ran he ?W tiered or our manufactories are established. If any r an dowbta. lei htm refer to the conrse of Virginia art w tiu r, ?l>'n U?e .pei tdg of that SUU aubmiUml to wltbont, rather thee. ou> artuio* >f Northern nun fbrtare until they aeie satieiled by the speecbeii of tint nent \< rt&ei n men . acd the proceed i.trs' ot ittjailo meet L|t, u-at ih? bkvdy anion* c.f loba Hroau were not tne ill* ird.M<nontr ?.r S rtbern aeutlni"nt and frvling Ark the ?>ic? maker* of y?nf and kiw!u<?r:u i' ihm wnraaottbe dtaturblr.g i tnron oftbtlr prorpertty la*t > wintrr. Ibe rteta, thv ttrikea and th<j oaluog ont of mtli I U'j riiir|?olra lure, b th>- euawer Aad now th?l their prieperity Iim returnri1, It may be well f ir iura lirt ' colli rt bulb the note t>l tbe'r dlatreM ard of their pre ? m i I appy from their calamities the t - ?<1 ?? > t??o | tkuth < l y returned *' "n the fcrnth ti il ta . .tia^liry | *e? ?r.rt# tl.M wc would lire t>g(lli?r w a tie 3d of brother*, and not of Mctloosl agltaiora, beut on tbe do atri:Ui<r. of tbe Uvea ol Houtbern men and Id'' annihilt licn of southern property. It may be tauutlngly old ??at tbe South wae really aatiated Mid vrrjr w Mioc to < (?< that ootc'uaion I - i It ?>? (ranted. It la bat ki ' i , r III the ilt> vi.t u I ' ih.> S. ih to it. ? 1 nion, *i ? ^ ? r i * * a title ree to do aagbt to Uwturli, witnout ndrqrato mottre, tbe fencer friendly relatione uiiatiag Ixiwi en tbe North ?td th? Socth. But it n.?jr be (aid tbat tbe nucjfj lur-re of the Northern 'rutee, when tbe I'nlon la d Molvrii, will be ? i ii-i by a l?r?t: e' protection belter tUao Cin be t*?(M ' li.i i'^(re?e aa now i ?? 11 >? ? y s irt?? rn mu [art I '? ?? if the qoeatioQ Wba? will ho fie oo? of pr.?. 1 Hctx? the Southern border ftiocf II won I'nju'a I ne, Mrrtrh rdtiy onr Ui lb" K ? ky Mountain*. a > m to ' pr? reel the (muggila* if t*Mitfeera lm|>i>riat|on?, and, la I l:mi of SmtlKrn aoaaulbcturaa, iron, the. 'mUwra border ! in IN v,r thorn onnf>d?r?oj* If not. M or erf ma ? ? Ij *>k I RMN f the 1 in 1 do not appreb*" I th?t y a prcrentlag the eaoapa of lLal great nuiratx*. tbe blaik p -pnial. n of Uie *>mb, to the Vi rih? v?micg la to rompevi tbe?hlt.< man ana to reduce hia wagea. Bod tal-etiof and overrunning the ciurtry like tbe l<?uate of Ffipt berauae to tbu; U.e North will be aaaiated by tba Suth,wh> will bare an latere** la pretealiBg their caea pe B it 1 aak Cm Mx> North . crippled aa (be will be by thr ioaa of .4>uth*rn trade nud travel ? with bet manuracluraa dro -pinf , bar I cowwerre ile> "nltp ra're (ofUcleot reronue f jt toe pre lection of her .-onthern border w well aa bor N >rtberr and Atlantic llBc* tian It be doae witboat taiatww toa (rlerona to be borne by a free people *o far 1 hare only eoaaldcred the q oration aa It r/ noerna tbr B>aaufaetnrtB( laivreaia But w tU not Ibe l?me aad (Vnmc rtaw be preaeoted when we turn to ntber jrea'. Northern intereete ft-poai the Aah nf henatlea, and what brnrmea of tbe iarfr latertnia mreated la thu por Iiob of the marine aerrf< ? Hut If tbe Sotitb l? drives to (eparati jn. woe, woe to the ,i ir mtereat of Um Hulk H) the i; ? ?t n of (?<c(ree* the (x<a*tlBf; trade U now ooadnitc-l by Amen can ccttnni* Theeo are owted alnaoat nntltety at the Ni rib lu tbe new (tale of thxpa. European uaaala will lako Ibe place of Northern reaaela, dritea by facon of lower fr?l?Ma, If from no other nauae, from Rootbera ?>tta I n-f you mr? of tbe k'ortb to think of tbeae t^in(? before It be too late lot rtpenlaaoe Tbe i.t-rr t (i lier thought it alwt?( tbe beat T.-y to bUay rettloral ereltemrnt aad be cm Unit to .:ro your o(j hourefcoM You may lure trouble eoouab at tone, ? n i for (iod'( aaku >t the *>utb ferora ih. m aeiri* Til* thing of taking trouble no Internal la a btd poller It I* ln old and ap.>rn*e4 aaylag that a man ooce rrade a f rlure by (DlcllBg bH o?b butlseaa. per fcaia tie aa ne may be true whoa glrea a Battoaal appll MIX*. An-1 why, 1 irt . rbnuld the pr?#otit prwparoua ooo <3 1 % : ? >0 ?; UK country br ditMrhad - <lan a?f ooa fr* tba H (Mi ' s ??rd, ibo crvat frea tot I laadrr. baa attaaapM !| it li h? tn?ir through tha g*rat Wcat He aayr MM Aral fr<-al dtia-rture |.? k pla/? at ih? l;s?e of the pi' lhata a* :? IBM, UlCD *1 lb* H ?? - *< >l?l J.irl h. I'a- ? lb??? radical deparlnrca :m?ilru? prlnclplaa or jot | an.irrrt?< .?>? repeal r f ihc UUw r.rt raatrtction Ha, II \* :n -, ft? g VP np HI tba fill of Uwftwrtlul? of abo lll?wi.ieiii W '\r+r b<> word li?ai bia nf kba do ratrod | dan iftr ? of t"vi | anting rcglllfta? U lha itnmralllf o f I If. rg ? *l?*< bnldcr? for is Kum he actual If | r nmx) ibal V ? aa onci ? alarefeoidar Mr . t. a la tbi?, you ?-imnara who d 'jrnrr th? tWiala clian.taf tr m?V >ua and ruigar aaaauila opoa the *r petty tar bar bar .ran of flawy. Voor apoacbta bar* m approving echo frtan S??ar<1 In tbe Vuale chamber, or (.i lia, hM nwr Utr<M?b uk great weal l.lnu-n u> ihia, jou ft'-rbtra, you OarrJfcnia, jou abolitloniata of arary i blnf. too *b) tfwaJi for lh?' l**.r dagTa-ied, rtctiaited no gro? Seward (tirta you aa approving tmile. an antwerlrg tloui. Ila n?K<b<? ara pi jmanl. freta bia aoa aadoea <? * <>f yoor pwMltbed rtawa, ?<lb Uw r <bcIimbhii thai be t Map prof ra your cowrat, a?1 ragrr la, aol alow I ?r leadership, but yonr CaUowahtp Yoa bar* t arrrrd bia pnr,n?f, yon bar* dona yo?r it.rtj , part, and when ton aa* tor tta brmJ of eBoarvametJ tan leeatT* ihr itoe* at dtaapprura Bui you bare ??? / tared ton to lo lha rhMr ymi. Ilkaboua la, waar htaomiar, | ai d . like sblppad rata, matt do bia bidding . w1<ira lb# ' labor* trd b?*i oCtha caaaa, bul Ika rttart of Tictory , 'a for an< tb?r '' b>>B bnoora art to be (Iran and a ea bloat y<m ttlil Sbrt aoa* of tha flrat aad so p'act !n I ha lfc*t Yr.| bar* omtradad fbr tha rifbU af tra b ark' ??,"?!tty. aad ao?A if yon for ama^ tag tl 'oa , , Witt Itf 't?rat 'Vward My* tt ten e;ry wtf Ira*** | for the white race Tfce t<m SlBVoa * starve ere not provided tor He eipreeeae ne Ik th?m, end u to what la to be their l?te be ?v ?, B0 ^wtsr. But be rayi tli* government took a we ^rtaiw from oorroct prtnrlplee at the time of the purchase , next, ibe Florida purchase? then tr^ acquisition of leiM, down to tbe rr or tbe 'A' ^aourl Compromise one would think that pr asperity bad not smiled upon this country? that ^all v,x* rulu and deaolatioc? wben ("rary one Rti eii/a0d him tbreugbor.t tbe whole Nerth every evidence or pro (parity and wealth, i/nk upon your pa .aces, your murnbuit marine- tbe r b dued foreets awt, cultivated pratrtca o I the Wnet? tbe giant cttl'ja (printing into Irtto tn tbe Kar Wort. 1/ek, tiu-n, tvi 'ihe South ? be 4 ertlke fields, her e nor arms crops of ool'iaa, rtoe, tobaooo aad augtr, her prceFt ring cities; t^e enterprise of her ptantara, that bave svbdued trom t^e wave tbe fertile swamps of the Miss 1st if pi, and c< nop oitd ihat mighty river to raat qetet in her Jed? an arb>Y( mpr nal to the groat dyke ol Hollani ? by which a fertile T was saved to Earope, ant one that ? '/?e Fmperor r"ret ue has vainly essayed to do with the Mr nt Ittrtoe. lxmk to tbe gTeat Increase of popu hlte ard buck at the South? tbe population iT it uite ucriselng in the lame ratio wits that of the i * ib, sea both increasing mora rapidly than tbe nt (anguine minds eoald have towon? ibe ?.?t? po|m!aiion increasing m a rllll greater rain ? showing that tbey enjoy ail tbe comforts ol life, co necessary lor tbe tneraaaa of the bamui race ;ttd lo re In the m'datof prosperity su<-h as tbo w< r Id r< ver wltc<s?e<!? when the grain oropa of tbe North m .1 tie tropical productions are learning upon the eoll groat u g under tbelr weight, when oar railway Interest v? HE fufci ?tr< rglrg into prosperity, and capital supposed dtsd ?rd io*t, rtfuseltaud lu vshie and aotivlty; wben, in awoid.ibc country his all (be slemenu of activity, ccergy sod lift , and like a blgb mettled charger aeerna imt it it-ii t for ll.o rare and ready to ealer upon a career of pn eperlly rucb as the world never saw; when we bare i i ' wiin tbe foreign world we bava a Thrr?lten bawl Ilk in tin ' *np, breeding dlccord and ooiifu.iioa, saying our f( vernment is a m'stake. and anglaeering ? war be tvutn the North and South, woen aU should befietcc. Ibe crisis of 1867 Is in tba recollection of jm all, and speeks a lenson not soon to be forgotten. T at crisis ante In great ; art fn ra Ac ffcltareof tbe Northern wheat crop and tbe ropsn ucnt destruction of railway values V hat relieved you but the cotton crop of the South ' And now, wtitn all Is prosperity, shall we precipitate a Cru cial crisis far more intense, and for whicli at tbo North there will be co early relielf You b.iast of the wca'th of ycur hunks and of your !are? population Old either t f them give you any rHl?| In 18o7 Where wer your b*Lks whtu th; di-posits of the com try batiks were withdrawn f And what availed your Induatrlocs poiula tion w hru there wen- no purrhssers for the work of their l-aiidp ' Will you have repeated the scenes and quasi mobs upon Mailison rquart ? tbe government force called cut to protect the tederal Cuftom House -?your popula tli n l'i niandisg uot sltrs, but work, and the reward of labor, and stkirg in vain '! At tbis mornrnt II n ay be trie that the Southern banks sre indebted to ibo bank* of S'rw York. Hue- bank alone alleges that xhc Ut a balance agulnst tba South of a mil Hi n and a half. But bow Uug will that laatr A single day's receipt of cotton In New Orleans will | ay up that debt, and then Southern deposits will swell up in your bunks, giving them the basis of strength and tbe means of usefi.'lnef t to tbe cccnmunity. Ut tbese deposits be then withdrawn suddenly , as they msy?l>c by one concen trated call, and theu where will be the boustod strength of ycur bsnki; Your banks broken, where will your population tlud honest employment, and where bread for their suiport Is ibu the ttm4 for idle cot test and tbe enforcement of sectional power over the suppoaed weaker section r Yon ?ray posse a* a giant's power, hat reco'lect it Is vllisnoas to ure It aa a giant. If there was ever a time lor modera tlon in counsel and prudence in action for tbe preservation of the I'nloo, now Is tint time All Kurope seems to be m the verge (f war, and tbe I'nion ihoull sttnd 10 all lta greatnesa and power to *und tbe ?he>ck of natlors. More It an once has cotton commanded tbe poaoe when Kngland menace d this conntry with w ar. Recollect tbe Northern border exterds from the A- lantlc to the Pacific c'oee to the Britlrh soil acd tbe British gun. Tbe lifttirbingqnea tlocs between this country and tlreat Britain h?vr been cblelly qi est ions arising out of our border line Will you invite s^gre?*ioii by weakening your power of resia tstee- Great Britain baa a double object in desiring a dissolution of this I n ion? ttrst, that ahe may have a wesktr Fow< r to contend with In all future border con teats, secondly, that she mav increase her manufacture's bv tbe destruction cf the Northern manufacturing Inte rest, which Is now her great competitor. She knowa full well tbftt tbls last may be accompliabed by toe dta so'i.tnu i f the I'iioii at >1 the coi ?e?ju< nt f. e ? trade policy o' the South, la it the p>rt >f wisdom to asslat bor in ber schemes of af granellrennenlf Plvlde the I nton, and still the Soctb ha no cauae for fear She is c rsclens of strcngtb, and Is ful y able to protect herself. If you tbink dillerently you arc wofally in trior. No dai gcr appal s her, and If peril menace ahe will defend ber interest and ber banner by iLe ami of ber rent Retides, If tli's wire not eiotigii, ibe has as he r protection, cotton, that weaves tie iierttcy af na tions, and thai will k.ep her aa'e from attack from tbo world in arma. 1 trnit my appeal will not be misunderstood. I apeak to grave irin srd patriots, of n.en wb?-e brave deeds ba>e til' ktrated every battlefield I (peak to yoa as brothers Laving a common aLteatry , a oommoa glory and a ex country 1 hall f. < m a State wbose bcroia are Ibe heroes of the Tcl'io, ai.d wboae glory la the gliry of tl.e i uton Hut 1 bail Iiom a ? whiae a write the iKclarst-on of Inde|?'nderce, and where Madison, tbe father of tbe eocstltut on, was reared. And while we believe the I nion to be our sategcird, we take tbe centltotion aa ourguife W Hi you Jitn ua In pre rervlrg both? It is Ule to corcoal tbe true laeue involved In Ihe n ro il nt Pitiidiiilal alcctlon, and the am xi of tbe South in the evei t of Lincoln a election, lbs 8eutb makes no ttr' ata. Shs Icavca Ihe North free le make ber election ol piace or war, I nlon or dlaunion. Many of the South, (invinnd list ihe lime liaa eome for action, and prefer ring to meet this Issue now. and not to poctpooe it for the ir chlldien, tie aBl lous that l.lncola mty i>e elected, sei tbsl the S uth may act, aad a, t promptly How that ae lion will late pla< r no nun own preoiet. M may be by gei i ral rrnrcnticn of all or a lew of tbe Slates. It may be by the aclien of one -tale , bojd enough to take the re ipoisibiiity and tbe gk.ry or tha l.rst action klaasachu selts i n J Ylrglamare.eveo now, contend xg for tbe honor ? f Brft Mrikit g in be ha'.f e>f American Ind pe-ndonce in re to Kiigllsb oppretsioo, and II may be that I l< i ica, Alabama, Muster tppt, Ucorgla and S^utb i arollea will herealti r e! Uie merit or the fli ft movemci.t Virginia la arming heraeir f.r ihe cor teat, and has appropriated t>00 aa tbe first step in procuring arms and munltlona of war. One or h< r leading statesmen reeently said that tr the re vo til?? n bo commence"! by the election of l.ineoln, he for one will draw ibe sword Th<>oaanda and tens of th*i sards will join with him in Ihe struggle, readf to pledge, aa did their Revolutionary sires In aupport of their lade pencence, their Uvea, their fortunes am! their sac red ho i eta. Tbe coal of arms of Yirg'nia haa cmblatonel on ita shield "Kealataec- to tyranla," and thai will bi Ihe rally leg cry tbat, like the bug,e blast of R ilerick Dha, will summon in an intlant h. r sona from valley, plain aa l mountain la snpimrlof ber equality la or ber Indepein ?ierce out of tbe I nloo. South Carolina. In like temper, looks to ber eaculchecn, which baa never felt a stain, and r<f|ondlrg to ber mctti, r.f Unwjut Partita," '? prepared to iksU'.a witb all ber wealth and material rtsuurcea what ahe In couscll raaolvea. Be not de reived, gentlemen of tbe North; yoa cannot atrike without feeling the recoil. You may hare strength to It! sen tba mighty . oak that haa ao long waved In tbe bratae and defied every alorm, but take care that you ara not caught :a lta rebwnd. Kacol lect that ) ou In yuur ::?gs have mistaken the national ? tat i?m of our ocuntry Tcu bava the eagle, beanog la lt( taJeirs a rati 1 be true re?reeeotalloo la Ilia aoaring eagle, with ihe ooeetttntioa as lta shield, aad in ita twiiwa I It Nara alotl the srrow an ' tba spear for its detaaee It may be Ibe action of tbe Soutt mty aeek other i .o lea | of repression Tbe temc and tbe hour no m?n can o >w j ray as ttfvrt tbe Kev? liiHe? ao man c ?uld predict wlten | or where the blow wonll be atrnck Bat Mtasachwtla | las tbarvrs mace (amuua by throwing tbe lea over board, li'glela haa her H'lfiamsbnrg, le*ln*ton aad foa< ord, obscure banUete. ncknowo then tn gengrap(\; aa to 'ame, ba?e aow an ai>iuiig plaoe aid name throughout We wrrld. If, men cf the N.itb. tbia be Ireasoa, ttea make tbe most of It. Bui Ibe South asks j .stlca only, and still earnestly ?!e aires tbat the glorious Cj g of nor country may float or or a happy aed friendly people, over States equal and auvo relga WUI you grar ithe requestT At least before "act log let us reaacrn together If the bioody ghoat of da union should bake her gory locks, tbe South can than traly exclaim, "Thou canst not say I did It." H"iwo>?, V? , Ov-l 24,1*90. TV Cruftii Ihtwrtn Labor and <\tp%tal trill Ktrnil en the Capitalist M'*o Hain a llw and Cry Againti Ikf Chp.'oi of the ?%? i\ in Ka?r of Ift/rt l-ok" ? TV M'mttary Qfi n<Uum w?i Would It rrvJucad fcy <V Lnt qf (-MC.MO IKO of Prvfirrif?Lnyland and Trm<-? Krpmdmt Million* U> Omqttrr a Patent Trade fh' .VnrfJbm Mat* Urtncing Away * Bit r One 1 Vkrir Pr^r?T*!' .HatiXtc* tf Htlfrr' i Bool ? ft* Horrori ijf fS<H War, or Xtgr 'mi n-rcttan, Drf-idtrd by Lord Itroufham. a l-oadir of ti* th\tit\ <44 cUtwnutt. Ac In the J'?r 1RU 1 Brit Tinted lubn, Willi a be*rl burning with rat*ioetaam m the glortrn* recollect loui of the Revolallew roee up to my memory Ai the harbor r- tebrfore ory Tlew.and u I caught a?ghtof Dietiiu Orenmoe, the eld eharot.-e *n1 Bunker Kill, ! fell IndetJ lit! I KM upon rlMiic laod fUl, tber , munt bate been my aurpt>?e whea aooMeelaKy t atteuied ? Kja r write meatier. A m at loar forty feare of age. low la ?fatere ?t? deformed, With the mark* of c?re ami araat derjly ploughed upow h ? 'ace, waa latetghicg la terror ef argry and * ndlctlTf p??ioe at the opprrw.,a ofoapl tii or?r lab< r. "Oall you this a free ooartry, whea I, ft.rc?d to laW wien an nn think leg infiut place I to at my part a? a machine until mr body b?a become tefrvm ed, and I, an old man, th ? rgb young o year*, ?tr .gling ui.oo, from day to eight and from night to d\f, At hard labor, eam a mere pittance, hareir en Ifle loot to pro-ride ibe foar?rat food for ay n<tn?*h aoJ the rudest <k>th Irg foe my body And yet, aa tf la moek?-ry, we ma ? I age amok* stack arisirt, which tbey eall a momiMl to r< mwwwrate the acbteTrment of oar Htx-rUes epea lb* Moodj be'rhteef Barker Hiil. Itabowld be rather a ?ip oke ??ack through which the sighs and grnaas of lha pr prraeed laborer ihoald ??rod to bear** nailing aloud for vregeesoe.'' It Mwm, ia4?ed, that the old war of j labor capital waa about to be Inaagarated, from the ' ?boots of *rrl?uaa that followed hia ad dram. Bat mea of ire North, you may bare stilled that cry by pitofclag a i to the whale, ami yon may hare taught men to forget ,fcf ?owa wrnogs la their sympathy toe the piiMil ilere the ft utb Take oare when thi? alarery humbug it <raoi W, that labor doe* not retura with freah and i. Y#r atia."** >1?" W?at '? '? ni< <?' ***** ?flU', that la p rrmulgBted In 'As specious pie* thai slavery mak?a u arts tumey? thai of (be 8 0U0.000 of whites at tbe South, only mae 300 000 are tbe owners of slaves, ud of Uiaee slaveholders over one ball own but one slave. It *e ridiculously inferred (rum this thai all other* hare do interest in tbe Institution, and If abated no others would sutler. It la necdloss to stop to Inquire Into the In justice thai woe id be done to these slaveholders If they were deprived of their property. The sudden destruv lion of HCO 000.000 of property would produoe a mone tary convulsion such as the world never before witness cd. And, besides, It is not true that only the owners of slaves are tnterestel In tbo Institution. It Is probably tree that this species or property is mwe subdivided than ar.y other. As a matter of contrast, to make thla clear, bow mull a proportion the stock holders of the banks bear to tbe whole populat on. How few are tbe owners of railroad stock in comparison with tbe population of the country through wblch the read pasaea. Is It to be btnee inferred that the banks should bo destroyed, and that tbe railroad track Is to be torn up and ice cars demolished f Would not all sutler? the borrowers from no longer obtain ng accommodation

at llie back, and the people from not having convenient meat s of travelling or transporting their crops to market* No property can be annihilated without producing Injury to others than the owners. But perhapa the most imposing answer that can be H I veil to Helper'* argument? that aa only 300 000 persons sre ituretled In siave property, thoae are an arts t< c;acy endured by th. balance of the 8,0C0,C0o-!s to be fiutd in tbe statistics of New York and Brooklyn. The cumber of owners of land In Brooklyn and New York, com; aratittly, wis as follows In 1866 ? ( 'uners Value of rpfmlalion. of Land. Real Knate. Per Hood. Brooklyn 2u6 260 10,887 $80, ?18, 000 ?8.000 New York.. . 629.810 14,784 38?,000,t00 22,7l0 The cumber or landowne s in New York was m 1 to 42 of the iLhabitacu In Brooklyn It was as 1 to 19 Now, would not the man be const 1* rod insane who would attempt to convince the people of New York that only 16 (100 persons were interested In the preservation or tie real estate of their magniflcmit city ? If be raised the sf rarlan cry for a division of property, that might Lave support from r Instincts of him&n nature. But that It sboq^ be annihilated, that her iron aLii marble stores, bcr prinoelv mansions, her pala tial public editioes, should be re zed to the ground on the pntcxt that only fifteen thousand persons were owners of the real estate In tbe city, and that they were an aris tocracy seeklcg by high rents to oppress the people to pamper to their pride and luxurious living, would be con lidded but tbe ravings of a maniac. And yet the argu meet of Helper, who bases the justice of abolitionism open the icjurv and the oppression of the non slavehold ers by the 3CO.OOO slaveholders, has no greater foroe to recommend it An Illustration is sometime* better than an argument but ibis truth dees not api>ear by illustration alone. All the white community at tbe South is Interested In the in stitution. The lawyer, tbe doetor, the merchant, the mechanic, tbe debtor and tbe creditor, are all Interested In an institution that ecablea the South to bring forth her teeming productions, by which human wants are supplied snd tbe means furnished for the payment of debts The Noith is interested In the institution, and England woulo be bankrupt if the labor of tbe alaves were s us ee tried for a year. Everyman who has a shirt to bis bsck, In short, the whole civilised world. Is interested In the institution. It is a gnat mistake to say that tbe free laboring man has at interest In the preservation ol tbe Institutions or tbe Smth. In a oouotry of free labor, as in Massachusetts and Maine during the strike of tbe shoemakers last win ter, capital and labor were directly arrayed against each other It became the interest or capital that the manu lecture of shoes should be ilf crease or that tbe shoemaker should receive leas wages, so that the ahoes should be soid tt a less prloe. Capital strove to reduce w.ges to the lowest point of subsistence. The Interests of the two were ectirely antagonistic, but at the South labor and capital are in harmony It ia tbe Interest of the capitalists that labor abould at all times reoelvcaremuneratlngoom ptt satlon: and tbe consequence Is that the white laborer or mechanic receives a higher remuneration for his work at tbe South than at the North. Besides, a planter al wajs. no matter what is tbe price of the of his plantatlen, strives to make st large a crop as rvnslble no matter what Is tbe product of bis year s w >r*. his ne groes must be led and clothed, and be subsisted in 00m fort We cannot turn cur labor adrift to *cmfie for Itself * > c,r? & depress to a, as Is done in eouotrlea of rree let* 1 r. There are consequently no perioJa or riot and mobs, to itarvstlon and want, though there may be a curtai'mcnt or luxuries ' But Is It cot the Interest or tbe manufacturing class that oottnn st on Id be produced at a low prloe? Is it not their merest ttat all tbe coarser articles that enter into tbe pr<durlicn of the manufactured articles should be bought at a low price, and with an adequate supply - The sc-cire of our prerent tarn! is based noon more strikingly, perhaps, In free wx>M Uisn In aLy other. But the principle Is acted on and di rek ped In this Instance. Resides, It is the lsierstt or the manufacturing class that the Southern labor should be of a kind that will not glre them aoompe tltor, anu that, while furnishing the raw products cheap, will give ib. m a large market for tbo consumo tlon of their manufactures There Is but one of w ilte labor at the South that candor 00m pels me to state world be b? nefitted by tbe abolition of slavery, and that tsar mall cbts of imall cotton planters, who have no *lav< s, but wV) work and gather their own ootton H slavery were abolished, the product of their own labor wosld b? much enhanced in value, ted rrom the deetruc t in of the supply ws would see cotton at almoet fabulous priciH But Is it, meno' tie North, your Interest to pro dure this result'' * Kng lai d and France are expending treasures a*d sicdicg armies snd nteieg, tocotquer a trade with h. ki. V"1 J"f". .}lv) both endeavored to tltablirb ?a foothold up.n tbe Isthmus, with s view fo faef'itate tbis trarie. We have sought b* more powerful means to open intercourse and trade with those countries Recollect the visit and the entertain ment of tbe J*|?nene Embassy. Did you stop to isqu'r* whit were the domestic institutions of Japan, as are* son why we should tot desire to open tbeir pwta to tbe white wirjifd mrrsengers of comaercel1 We know that the irstltul ions of that country are abhorrent to our ic?*a of right; that the pet pie are degraded and reduced .a '*?*? ?b"? barbarism We may well In quire, if tbe Embassy rep mnted the IVInc-sor Japan, what v tiB the o^cditloo of ihe cnbjfcti? Commerce dr>6i cot step to mnks Inquiries of this kind, bat leaves to Man to work out ttis am. Iteration of sscb evils, with the full persuasion that where oummeroe goes there also fol ?f ^ M"1 religion, and. like tbe shadow of tbe Apoetl*, tbi y heal lid restore all u mb whom ihey fall Wu\ jot i.witbycor maudlin sentimentality for evils and wrongs b*Te existence, exoept in a diseased and purblind mss 1 al ien reverse all the teachings or commercial noun tries and make war upon tbe Houtb, not to create but to <J?stroy as commerce f Will you at one blow cat oil the productions of the South, and at tbe same time destroy the best market for your manufactures ? Such lolly is not for tin sgr-and IT thli is the leaching or vour free tnttitrtloss you bad better destroy your test book* and bum down your schools if, I beg j cm to recollect that franc* aed England b?ib stand' es," U grssp tbe trade or tbe tenth wh eh you seem dtsprs,.: u, reject with soorn. What m?*r tbe r.^en" x 'f*1"1* '? ?sar.i to the sale of the Jamei River ato Nannwba Canal freooh eapltnilMs with tbe approbation - and it is believed under the a ? spice*. ?r tbe }. I* ror of ^ -ranee, have madean initiatory cootract for the pure base of this great improvement, with the *tipu Ution to exjiend the for ther sum or f20.e00 00k to c-'m piste the work, deepen and wide* the preaent canal, build wksrves and place the Improvement la a situation vast Is sum nor to your favored Erie canal Recollect ftiat ? ith ether ad vantages, wbieii an I aspect loo of the ni.i will st< w j rn, it sot only oc upies allna the a**r> st aud mo*t convruknt (or th* trade 1 1 tbe grent Went, but by reMoo oTa more reuisl dime it will b* rarely cloaed bVW hl|lr?(i? to'i^.li iBn' M<J perhaps yo* may! ?ll . '?**? ?"a e to tbe oonelnaton that you ware about lo meet tbe stone that mill have becom* the oor ner itnne la tbe edifioe or the c?mm rn of Krance Tbo slat. aiic* paraded In Helper's book of scandal like every tbi?r else In that bvMft, will lend you into error Englscu and t ranos do net n sard theSocth as a poor ofTb 'l " l,U? ,b* ? their pu,cK2 of tbe K%xta?ha ca&al, hare ooi mad* it no elr who tbr 12! 10 ? 'lock iDTe>tmeDt, but froa eossiurral.ots ef deeper and mors enlsrged policy ,FrMec m?y ??ap* to obtain command oMbe Southern trad* Hne M me* a* an ally, wiUi tarn ?MiTtkll!!!!: ""J" oevelo^ng tns l.u rn*l improve U,,< W|U*** ??) riartln^ on rtTr i - f 10 '*to tbe evil or *!* ,T',y. ?*1 * ,th- J?a ko(e that we will roolproc.^ berr?i ?r* .s r< nOCtt** and mun; loent oo?Ulh?l<en* bv I .ln 4|re? otir trade lo her harbors Ike sees that hv st?? ng for direct trade with tbis eewntry she can ,,?m the cm petition of Rpgiish capital tn Jlsw \ ork city br ber exettl*aa at tbe n.uiheni hniVw*. aL Xl knows at a glano* thnt beside*, by 0!^ let ef the Slav* produetlo i* tbrou^b HouUiern norta ?i . ?til obtain vastly overwhelming advantage br str'ikirr the stron- of e mmrrce ne^ if. h^^; lid d/vm' Irg it* waters to ter?se. ^ 1 6?4*th: '? '?>* ta*t deeade, has advened lo wealth and p. ??r by rapid itridee Tbe Inet eensus *ire so indication of the f resent wealth >t that ravfrcd sectiuc. The wealth of an agricultural oountry drp?i.>s u;-.^o the am unt a t proSuei. .1, at. I thi price raw product* I ring In mark*t Yo* bare in the !? r?k? est, evldot oe of this d the gr?ai .leve'one :.zx r ^ >~rr ?**' ? ^?STC ttlmnii)* price* of gra.i - the proluet of that *??. M<? Yo* Ure also, naiortunaWy . .ee. it TpS w lien tbelr osops were cut soon, and unr^nr-ra.,.! prter* dtsapfwinled lbs farmer w^s bro^tTl^Sliu nrnp lo cnsrb>t Heiprr baa sstected s period ti een nare Uie wraith of the North and ti.r 6e*th when pri<-?n of land wcrr 'rratMl formi high proeperjy at the North IM htm fSSli w b s book and Show n* What is the prrseal nein> m land *? d town lads. Ware his book was written land ha* is Mrs 1 in price, sttf aroperty has been rwd?,-. .i m r*lae mss have ahandorod tbeir farm* bccause of their Issbill' ty *<? neet th* ersdit payment*, sad wsU mapped tow-as bsve ear ?l ed r.rm lkef? grspby ai.d been turned out Into o d t- 1 * If airy doubts, lot kim **k for isror math n of A*e h- Men' f railroad ftrsa m.irUac-a ,.r Ian J rraet Wn-'s and of?t*-eula'or* I* Chmgo io7t aed of r<.fcs sopp>?ed tlir'vtng towne on tbe Mlwt?*|n. pi.wl "hew have ro l lrgar a canas On th* other h*nt,l rn to fcchmond, to t .rannah, to Menphis to Mew Ort?*rs? lock open the "jntv railroad* extendin* ?.ver all laitsot she South, whks bare been kullt with So^ilhen, .aptei, without the aid oT Wall street ce? <tt stcrs, sixl for wow* they < ?? thefarelgn world nothlns? 1. . k |.. lb. greaMr,. . I talue of the of Ibe %>u|t , *r<: >o'i will be satisfied that th,. Institution* or tb. K i ib sie * >t U* cat * of poverty st l??*t jjnds 00 Ih' Mosisslcpi, deemed alsmst warthlee* are now selllrg for ?1?. tM, tMO per sere, sod their vaine led# is* ft < m lbe:r proi?aetinr.s, not begiuntng to be realised But lb<- for mine cersne will nircwh the best aoswer to B-'fer * rist'stin* and srgamest* ff his arsunesu wrrw trt* at all, with like rot<hi*lry It alight be inferred tbst, btcsure the crops of Karsas have foiled and the elt'*< rs sre ai?ndoning that eoantry from (ear of famine free irslltntloes ssd Ibe eon enSMoos of slavery were the cerse "f it? .'feline of that rerrPory l*o sir Ton sre wickedly wrong imrlensly wr-ng, tB m?k rg sourr'f til* :rt' 7rrtsr ?f ih# sets of tbe - ipr?ci - orrn^r ?o for from flvinc any oolor to your vlewa, from his tevwicd Book, DM expressly said lb a be seadeth rain upon tbe ju?t M well aa the unjust. Yon were equally wrong when you attempted to Impress upon the credulity of the North that the Don slaveholders of the South were poor, degraded wbtte men? the slaves to do the oldding of tbe aristocracy of the slaveholder. Voor error has been lu judging otbera byyourowu base in stlncta, and in deeming all oiher wblte men of the South were degraded and Slav of to do the bidding of their mat ters, because you, a white man, devoid of common hone* ty . seeking to live, not by labor, but by your wits, rob >ed your maater'a till, and were compelled to obey hia bid ding wben be dismlascd you from his employment, and suflerea you "to leave your country for your country's good " Tbi programme of the republican party, aa announoed by Lincoln brat and then by Seward, of an lrre?reaalble C* 'Lillet between freedom ana slavery, la to be dec lied on In the coming election. Io I Analog, the capital of the State of Michigan, If r. Seward aaya ? ''You thenoometo the great quition of tbe lrrepreealble oonilict between freedom and alavery Those who think that a nation can be w ise and prosperous and happy that retains slaves, will have another opportunity, at the next Presidential election, to tecure tbe machinery by which It can he dene Ou the other band, all ol ua who have enlisted la thia great civlo content, on which the eyes of tbe whole world arc Bet. will tben ted that all ws have to do Is to take care that we do not sutler ditfer encea among our selves or auy other cause to oirl<)e us, and ono single ad nnolttialioi will settle thisquestlon Unally and forever." \H bat queatlon will bo settled forever? Why, that, tf Lincoln la elected, bis administration will aettle Qnally at.d Icrerer that no nation can be wise and pros perous and happy that retains alaves. In other worda, b avery la to be abolished throughout the Union during bia administration. But does this arch agitator ae< k Ibis for the good of the poor aia\e? No Kor be aaya In another place, " the great fact is no# fully realized that the Atrlcan race here la a foreign and feeble element, like the Indiana, incapible of ainmilation, hot not tbe leas, therefore, entitled to aucb care ana protection aa the weak everywhere may require ficm the eirong; that it la a pitiful exotic unwisely and unreccerartly tranaplantcd in'.o our Oelda, and which it Is unprofitable to cultivate at the coat of tho desolation of the native vine} aid." In other words, ho has dropped the cant of the fanatlclam or abolitionlam be would give the negroea tbe protection that tbe white man has given the Indian, and, though transplanted In our midst, they muat bo destroyed as a noxious ?eed that, If sudered to remain, would produce de-elation His viewa are far more dan gerous than those of tbe abolitionists. He baa thrown aside tbe closk of hypocrisy, and appeals no longer to our sympathy for tbe fallen and downtrolden raoe. They are an exotic with us, but not of us, to be exterminated by all means, and that In tbe next four years. Tbe Southern mind baa aome toleration for the fanatic who believes In bis con acience that slavery U an evil, and who, Impelled by bis mistaken views of religion, and recoKOlzinj the African as cneof the human family, d-es uuto hia brother aa he would that hia brother should do unto blm, and therefore aeeka bia liberation. Fanatlclam, bowever blind and mis chievous, while it may be deplored, may yet be forgiven, even though tbia Union, tbe ark of the covenant of repub lican government, be attacked. But where is that whip cf scorpions to laab the wretch naked through tbe world who for mere sectional power would imperil this Union, embroil us In civil war and break up tbe hopes of the world that are centred in tbe aucoess of our government? Hear what Ixird Brougham has receutly said. He, per haj? knowB too well what is to be tbe result of tbe suc ccascT tbe republican party, and of their policy of ex cludlrg slavery from tbe Territories. oonlnlng It in tla present limits, " no that like a scorpion begirt with Ore it say sting Itself to death " The South recognizee among other duties in sustaining aa mentation profita ble to heraelf and advantageous to the civilized world ? that has taken tbe naked, barbarous African from his home of sensaality, ignorance and idola try and bar clothed and Cirlatlani/'d him and given him all tbe civilization tbe present developemcct of hia mental organization j< rm.ts ? recognizes another duty, and that la tbe duty <>r protecting him from extermination that would follow from tbe developementof a ayatem of federal government that would produce a war of races she will earnestly desire to defeat tbe success of such views, and if tbey bo sanctioned by tho Northern vote will seek a reircdy outside the Uulon for the protection alike of the white aa of tbe black race, which she does not deatre te perish even more rapidly than tbe Indian lord. Iiord Brougham, In a recent address before the British fecial Fclence Association, although be still entertains hia antl slavery viovrs and oomments accordingly, In referring to the slaver; question in the United 9tatec no J Its proba ble eflccta, Bail that a d saolutton of tbe I'nlun would be "one of the greatest calamities that could happen to Amer'cA and to tbe world, to America, aa ending, If It did cot begin, In civil war; to tbe world, asahaklng the credit of ail popular government. Another calamity la far from unlikely to be caused by tbe oonilict ? the libera tion of the slaves by Id wir reel ion; a consummation to be eai i.eatly dci rrcated, as much for themselves as for their masters." He concluded tbia part of his subject as fol lOWB ? Wc mnat contemplate with horror the fate of the ne gro* i? from tbti worm of ilia, civil war in ita worst f-<rm, civil war la toe alave flutes ? and must regard aa here t of all claim to be ranked among men whoever could, (rem party zeal or perverse views of personal advantage, lend them selves to aaeaaurea by bare poaaibllity leading to anch bldeoua t-cnea ? Ac outlaw without kin or home la be ? I nnt for poblla rule or private cats, Tte wretch who can delight la civil war, lust Is murder, and whose horrid jiy To tear b A country and his kind destroy. ? Iliad, is , 03 But let ua devautly bopo that no su?h fate Impends ever our klesinea In tbe New World? that tbetr great scheme ef a clal polity will remain a blessing to all class es. matter and alave. Oar AmilU Corrupondcnra. Amklm CoritT Horn, Oct 15, 1*90 Cbf.'o* U A i?g ? What Of Sf'jrclt of Cottm a! the South In Und to Dc?Xu Ship Lad< n with Cut .n fur ih e Xorth Per mitt* 4 to Sail, <Ix , etc. It bat l?o?u proclaimed throughout the civilized world that "Cotton !* King" If tbat la true, It la high tlmo that K'cg Outton waa *bow!ng his power In a muner that would leave do room to queailon Ita extent, frioe of bit aubjectt have, year by year, been becoming more and more rebellious, and recent octurrenaea Indicate very clearly tbat tbe leader or the rebellion will be male PreaMaot of tbe Veiled titaWl, and the queetioc, " Wua'. will tbe ootloo Hat ea do to cate I.lnoola thall be elected?" ia attracting Lrarly aa much attention at the approaching tleclloa II lelf. Many fear, and many hop*, tbat tbe/ will I small ately tecrrfe from tbe I'ulon. Judge Doaglaa proclaim! bla readme** to become whlpper In for bla a ue tearful op ponent, acd will, donl>tl?w, be nady to rote auppliaa ard aromurttiou to tbe "Wide Awaket." who are drilling f >r tbe foray. The citizen* of Soatb Carolina are mount 1l( tbelr cockade*, and the "Knigbt* o( the Oolden Cir cle' are cot alecplng on tbelr arma Tbla la a aad apectacla to tbe friend* ol free intttutloei. bat It would be atUl more to If tbey did not hare faith ia tbe i?wer of King tattoo. With eocb a pvwerrul ally there M no or w Ion for aeeeaaton ; for even the Wide Awake*, with tbe Black Itouglaa for a leader, will Bad It dlflicvlt to contend agalnat Ma. All that la neceaaary ia, tbat tLe cotton plastera ah ill prove true to the-reelr. >, to 'cacb other and to tbe Luton Aa aooo aa it la aao or talned that tbe North bare ?>e*a ao unjiat 11 the ftxitn * to loroe upon it the author of tbe "Irrvpreeeibie conflict let the cotton planter* In convention au t pl?i<* it. | rf# to earh other that tbey will oor?'?u M I R to ai y irrrcbant who dnra not bind blm?ei'?.i ahlo d'rtnt W lo Kurope, In foreign traaela or veaaela ownod priori pally al the !<oolh. I* t them appoint th:ee r,*nm't ?toner* to proceed Immediately to I 'verooel. Parte and ftber promli.ent point* la Karope, w lb roll power It begrtlaie the rae of the rr.lire cotton crop, upon rorvli th at tbat II (ball be serried in Southern or fortlgo Tie *< *, and worked up la Europe [*t ihrm euramrage tbe oiframaatii'B of vlgllanre oommltteea la the B.uthert, porit. and from Mempble to New Orieana. aa well at ?i tie Arkatea* aid IMI rlvata, act It "ire the 9 rial beta ht*rl, ' bnt to ire evrry bale of cotton oot'.jnel to ISe North, or to any hocte that thip't to tbe North. Irt the name conn ll?? a undtrtake to aea that no eitton shall be aent to M>e North a'ter tbe Itt of Jaaaary , and tbal no vetael wwd at the North thall be loaded frr>m any !%>*th era port. 1*1 ttta plan be adopted, ani tbe whole country, maenfactarcre and operative*, atpoimen ao tailor*. merrl.arta aid clerk*, tb^ae who lead ard tboee who borrow, will all are what tbev bave tecure 1 la tbe trinaspb of the republican ticket, an I * ben 1 1 may bt loo late will fknowl#dge)t>:?' ???,? in ? Kirg." *ucb a plan would aoa'coly am-nt the prioe of cotton Ir urtonaty , frir tte I.lrerpool market ouatrol* that no w ; aed it roold be paid for j artly In action. woollen acd tl'k good*, an I other uaafnl artlcla*. and partly ia rrglwh ar d rrtach gn4d There I* roih'cg nrronetlliittonal In aelllng oottoq to wb<a we pleaee There ao gh .beaome little irregalanty in burrirg a part of it, jo*t aa there waa In throwing over the tea n Poaloa harbor oroa iipm a time, but ao one ever ktrw who did tbat deed, it to wbat tribe of Indiana tfcey be orged. It would be labor lo*t for any one to try to llrd the rrnti litre men If tb?y choae to act aeor. ny. which tbey would not do B;t it woald ^e worie than that !br a hj one to rvr''rr himee'f oanoxlon* to the* Many patriot* in dulgrrf tbe hope that I'ennai iraaia would ar-rt all ibea* tnubl<? bet tbe hae proved hltfcleee, and it now de vrlvca tpoo tbe Kmptr* State to aave the l aijo, aad <he l* able to do It If *he will; bnt If the ion fkli* then '?farewell, a loag farewell, to a'l her greatnew." ft* too will bave lo admit, In aarknioth and aehee ibat "cot too it king. " H)ine of vour rea<ler* may tmiie at iht*< bvt ?>r marbtrery bat been put I* motion t> enlighten the fmithern mind to fcr at to eoabla tbem t x> lo know aad to feel, that "cotton ia ktac." ?'?r Mrmphli Correipnadeaet, Mm m, Oat n. 1**0 Tt e Ffett *' I*' .Vnrfkern on Bwir.tM of the *?(*? I*e /wpendtng CVwu *f Hand? All Dtfe%i*em the Will of the IVorth, 4r IT* Mat* elecliont bave thrown a damper on all klada oftrale. The whole Soath la beginning to feel tbat tbe " in pending cr tat*" I* do** at band. Nothing I* talktd c f b< r* hut the ceneeqnenoea of Idaeola't election. Party d iv l? Inhere will be at aa and the moment Ilia light nlrg bear* Ihe aad newa of the trlnmph of thai party wbkh ha* for Ita rbjeet tbe extlnetlon of the tlar* Inttl lu'toti of U>e Stoath. 1?a " Southern heart will be fired," la the event of I inoota * election, a* oerUin aa th* *un rut ta I aet* Th? reault In Indiana ba* *et the ball in miinr, and ao power eaa ttop it other tbaatbepover he d I y Ihe North. The Nortb a'one caa give peaoe to ihe country; ahe alone ha* tli* power lo pr-vom teiear on an 1 d Banloa The Vorth mntt lower lb* haal that n cow lifted tgt i it lh? tlave intt'I' tier of tbla actios, aed I i*R forever ibi to to* (bat la load in 1U denunciation cf the die will aooa b* cut, and all muiL kow u tyranny of bta. The Sooth M tlrsd ?f alacuaaton. Hhe will no longer I latcn to compromises; aha will no longer hear professions ot rrwMfcip from a party opposed to her laterssta and to her oooatitutionai rights. Slaveholder* bare baiters that their safety depends opoa ? withdrawal from the Union. They apprehend ao direct danger from Linoola, but they will never scree that the army, nary, treaanry, government and all ?k?ii go into the handa of tba acknowledged leader of the republican* The Booth may be wrong In the belief that bar n"r safety depend! upon ber withdrawal from the North lad the eatabllablng of an "Independent republic,' bst right or wroog, she la aure to act In aocordanoe with hap httb The Bell and Danglaa part lee in thla State ara more moderate than tbe Breckinridge party, and pretend to "Irown upon every attempt to dlseolve tba Onion bnt the applanae Senator S'lcholaoa received the other night from all partita when he laid that be hoped 1 Lincoln waa elected there would be no Break 1 Bridge men, no Bell men, and no Doug la* man In the doutb, portrays the true leeling of slaveholders. As 1 said above, the newa from Ohio and Pennsylvania baa (topped almoet every kind of trade. Already tbe tame elate or affairs cxtata In this lection aa existed it the time of the panic in '67. The banks a?e baallng In tlietr circulation, and will no longer extend their ac commodations to even their beat anl ablest tiros In tbe itty. Money loancrs, street brokers and "old sharps" ire work leg with all their might to gather in tbe "root < f all evil" before tbe day of general repudiation oomes. Everybody la alarmed. The whole human speslea look with distrust on each other. What little Is aold at this time baa to be paid lor ; oash down or no sale Is all|tbe cry among tradesmen. Tbe "nigger" traders have beeo caught napping once In tbelr lives at last: they cannot sell a single '-hoof,'' at any price, In Memphis. Tba "yards" in this city are chock full of the --peculiar institution." Hundreds of sleek, greaay black follows are lounging at the sale bonses, whilst tbelr speculative owners mope about witb faces longer than all of tba political plat forms? Bell's Included? tied oa a string together; and this, too, when there are maoy thousand bales of cotton nrar hers being wasted for labor to save it. The planters would rather loae a big part of their crop than Invest In negroes at this particular time. What will be tbe effect on business In every section ot the Union should a disruption of the government take piuceV Any sober, thinking man can tell. Nothing but general luspension of all kinds of trade and universal bankruptcy wi I be the result. It m wains for tbe free bard working people or the Worth to cat loose from tbe service or mad politicians, and restore that union, peace and prosperity that seem to be now Hut de parting forever. Nothing Is to be hoped for frees the of floc seeking thieves that are bellowing from one end ot the oountry to the other, "Not to be an abolitionist Is to be an emissary of the devil." Our KboxtIIIi Contipoadtac*. Kvoxviua, Tenn. , Oct. 8, ISM. Duugla* Ilat no Chance in lenneuee or any Southern State, InUu Maryland? The People of Ibmettee Beadfto fll low the Lead of Other State i in Quitting the Union ? The Impending Dtttmclion of Northern Merchant >, <Cc. In retard to polltlea, those of ua who fire any atten tion to Buch matters have bc?D, until recently, much In clined to fear that the election of Lincoln was a fixed fact. Aa long, nld they, aa the South la out up and divided Into faction!, what hope have they of making any head way against the allied black republican and Douglaa hoste of the North? I apeak thui of Mr. DjugUi, because the effect of his stumping tour In Virginia, and more recently hi* reckless and vindictive assaalt upon Mr. Breckinridge at Louisville, have been to alienate from him every true Southern heart not warped and diatortaa by bl.nd preju dice. Douglsa had, at one tlma, hosts of friends la Ten nessee, bow there are "none so poor aa to do him reve. rcnce'' except a few broken down politiclana, such aa Knox Walker, W.;H. I'olk^Harvey M. Wattersou, who can not carry of the rank and file Ave thouaaad votea In the State. Strange as It may appear, here in East Tennessee, where slaves are comparatively few, we are Car aounler on the Southern qusatton than tbsy are* in Weat Tennes see, where moat of the slaves of the State are held. Here Doaglas has literally no strength. Be cannot get a thousand votes In all East Tennessee? some thirty counties. Tha bulk of fa 14 vote lies In tbe West, and there, we learn, it la growing "smaM by degree* and beautifully leas," under tbe powerful reaction which baa been going on sinoa the Virginia "coercion" speeches. We regard tbe Slate aa certain for Breckinridge. Dell excitea no eatbusiaam am< I k the maaaes; hundreds of oil wb ga will never vne for him My own opinion ia hn cannot carry a Southern Slate. i.nli'M H l>e by a possibility Maryland, and sluca the organization of a straight 1 inooln ticket there, I 100k upon that aaatccertaia lu tbe event if Lincoln's elec tion Tennessee will go with the South ? aha will take no independent action, but alii follow the lead of other South* ra states, the love of tbo Union, merely aa ibe I'nlon of oar Revolutionary fathers, merely aa a pa triotic memory, cannot hold these States together 'oog after the constitution la trampled under loot, aa It unquestionably must be when tbe go shall once oe traneferred to the hands r a party a liose avowed ? biect Is the llnal extinction ot lavery wherever it exirts. True, *e do cot fear tu late attack upon slavery la the Stale* The policy of he leadem In the "Irrepmstbi* conflict' Is it >re danger ua than that, because moie inatdiou*. If men can he ound In the South to bold odioe under I.'nnoln. it will i ot require many years to build up a form, lable blactc eptibltesn party in our very midst. from waoae otlioes w all manner of definable t ocaments, to bo > pre si broadcast over the land, stirring up rtbellloo and ii.mrrtrtion among the slaves, and nnaily to nue tbia fair South a bowling w tidrrneea, to be repopi.iated by aa sb< Ilium, fteedi m shilek'ug people l*i tbe merchants of New York lock to it Ine election of Lincoln will b? a death Mow to many of them by tbe r.iln of Southern mutuants and tbe dtan at urn of tba&>utb'rn *tat*a But the more hopeful of tha patriotic conservative men of tbo South look to tbe same class uf voters at the North to BLile in Ibe common defenoe *r* cat tbe revolutionary and destructive tendencies of the black ropub.ican party, and. by gmrg for the I'nli.n el?ct<<ral tickets ia the great Stoles cf New Ycrk, Penusyivanla and New Jersey, in jure the de'ea'. of Lincoln. Tbe South, fast rot .ug up lie racks as a united f? pie upon the sousd, ? n*t ti-.looaJ, I slon ticket of Brecsmridge and I.aae, will p'<aent aa a>V( ft oniu-i front on tbe day of election, anl utriking tanc's a ith their bretl r n of tbe North comi *.ng tbo great acii I.ircoin force* ib?-r?, will save the ! n:on aid irmh out aboiitioniam forever. So may it be. Oar Colvnablat torreapo side nee. Coiram, & C., On. 22, 1880. Arming tj W kiln and lilacki a( the South ? Gr'.ai Ex.itc* men.', rfe. tbe followicg extract frcin a prUate letter comes fr jm a g<Ltleman of the very highest standing -Is Sc - ui Caro lies ? Spsaklrg cf politics, we thall aee atgbta dowc here tb.a wiatcr. I serpens that already one half of tb>- m so (white mer) of tbe Stale are armed and banded together as mlLt-to iiiea, and in a morth uin* tenths will be. Georgia is not so hot jit, but they are w irking there bar'1. Alabama la ir-re like Booth Carol Inn. !:sw i that seme cf your hardware house?, of J. Brown affinities, bave been sending oat rates of arms to some of lbs low country shopkeepers wbo fade with negroei aad live by buying stolea goods, aad this ha* stirred up folks to wrath. Of course these arn<s are paid for, bet Ci rta.n y not by tbiee wbo receive the cocel^amen .. In ooe esse the people got poaasaa Ion of the bills of ;*>!ieg, tbe cor rupt ndencs sad the arm* and will uaqnes'.lonably bang Ibe two dealt ?* So we go If Linooln ia elected, and I 11, tk that he certainly will be, we aba. I hare- < sun. on snd civli waifbre, or a s'.rotg attempt at it There are shrewd men at the head of ibe movement who ih.ak tbe tfairg riustenii.e. aad that we arc better prepared now, ar.d tbe black republicans I'sa (rspared, than we wouM be ri jpeetlve'y four year* h?aoe, and tfcey are aotivrfy work ii>g up tbe maaaea 1 1 ear we shall have troi ble. Owr KaUIgh < orr?apoadan< a Rauciem, N. C , t >ct. 30. 1 MO The R>*1 Du*nimuti and JVi lU/ert at the Xtr'K? iTiy t Ow^reas Uff.? Mafckpmt* and Xe* IX to Carry fhd the CjMi/%fwn in ffeya rd U Fugt'tm Siamt? Ctmyreii Oanrwt (Vw the An th evm if K Had the Jtig?, etc , <fc. The rights of tha Srutb rn people are prejndtcai 'a tee eye* ef their Northern brethren by tha ery of dirunloa Ista raised sgalast them aad rejjewted in all the b ack re psbiican jonrna's, la order to tbe peeiple to the ia svltaUle tendency of their owa proceeding* Are tbe avrrwed flre eaters, th?n, a majority at the South? Tbe fbet ia it her wist ?they haTe never aucceedel in (ferryiac a Single State. That a portion of the people are d sua. -on - i?t* is or deniable. They arow It? they rWry ia It. Bit we kr.ow SUtes only thro^ih the action of maj- ;ii ?a.and blthertn so state haa declared for dtennlon, and It ia I0a> giwl and untrue to speak of aay aa dlsaulialata, though vasy ste wretged , aggti-ved aod Jn?tly indignant at the utbiotherly, cay. ferr>nous feeliag eiblh Uvt towards them in the dl?tri?t? tafe ted by black repnb" -anlem Wbo are the true dlsnr oclrti ? They wbo v:<'lata the reritltstloo, without wb ch tbe I'nlon eaanot aad m^t net to rndcre. They wbo trample on tha provleicea the ce.tstitlon wherever their fanaticism or the !e?T?*ra tlen of the higher law lalerprasa betweee their p irpoaa ar.d ibtlr written ohl'gatiors, contlriwed by ail tea ao lemiliy cf sn ? nth What .? su ooUi ? It Is ?err f a j o mbs In viblch we pleelgs ours"lv?a aad US" < "1 1> wl.^ re?? . snd nf what use la the higher ' T* II* from these pro ? .sea w Iwn they ^ t fcli Blent, stul to give ul p'enary ledulgenae every v <>latl,'n of onr eoioraet . _ 1 wt uld ash tbepeopl-of tb? gre.t and rrnap-rcua ccwmanlty to .***!?*. " hy the aonstitut ,c of this? 'ha*, 'f tfc?e the I nlU d Jantea, l? beld So aa rv?< e In <?a 'late perrena *b lr,eT may not ba rscla:ma<i eeenpe intoaaaihaj^ ,^for' tbr,???h tbe G by Mi Heat aute* It nan not be daeM hTmw wrHtee- Wow, I waatt > know wbetbee tbe nata " ha* ft r?"* " ^