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BY ANNIEt R. nhobN'r.
The scent of the peach blooms, faint and
Like a viewless spirit's still caress,
Or a vague half thought in a poet.'s'lraln,
Or an echo of shadowy tenderness
That litigers'when music has floated past
Liku all things dreamy,unreal, and rare
Ihas led me back through the orape-veiled
Where mortbry reigns-to a chamber
Tuib flted'colitinis I-the pictures grand!
The Millkei curtains I-the sound of a
t'ehrotigh- the rose-colored drapery stealing
A fountain' *hot marble Nainds are
From the spell df si'emie thrown over all
By tlhe subtle mush;' lttt haunts t(ib
While a silvir-lile' ribbon glides on
thi'ough tlt flowers
A'riverlet seeking the distant sces.
Is it a dream ? Is the pnlach of youth
Opened once more to miy yearning eyes 1
Or nm I asleep, and tho vision false,
A dhadowv of bliss from the upper skies ?
That half veiled form !-aye, I know it well,
Tho' weary's the way mny teet: have trod
Sine'e rhat rosy cherub w'ts friend'of mind,
Aid' the worlid' soeritbd fredh front tihe'
liahdh of God !:
Young Love, with the rose-wreathed lute!
Seeme' r il too sweet fof a murtnd's ears ;
See!-the Nymphs around the iFoltntali'of
Are silent, safe for their voicelesb'tbars
And I--ah ! tie-' sell it, strong, ahd my
Yiells frinting and weak to the Circean
Arouse, oh sHul ! whli'6 there's strength to
The thing: that are real'-th'6 thingf that
Go hack to the crape-veiled' chamber-there
It thy fitting home, sail human heart;
Palace and roses, Fountain and Lute,
In none of these beauties hast thou'a
The past. is past, and weuld'st thou' return
To tohe old vain hopes, to the old false
Would'st cover thine oyes with the 'lusion'
Which love has dyed with his rosy beams?
.Ray ; safer, tho' sadder thine onward pat h,
Where the fair Spring-blossons smile no
Where-the sky overhead is nolonmger blue,
And the fMase sweet bird-song of youth is
' lr hine yes -may sparkle, and peach
X will shut my heart to the dreams they
'Wiser. Feasld'-losom, and self-elosed eye,
This lire, alas I has no second Spring
AtiotTSTA, GA., March 16th, .808.
- "Our flowers are merely flowers,
And the sthadoii of thy perfect lies
Is the sunshine of ours.
Poe's 'Isra fel"
Th'e Washington corr'espondeut .of
the Bankimoire d6azette writes tunder
date of.Shturday night:
Imupeacehmentu absorbs all other ques~
tions. It, is admit ted to be a fixed' -fct,
the only quest'on' heing wihen will
Johnson lhe put dilL atra WVade he put
Otn this poinit rit certamn day is fixed,
but it is to be alccomlplished, exected'(
and over before' tubl meeoting of the
.Chicago Conuvention; on the 20thr of
It is said to-dhv, lowvever, that a
jMichmiganu Senator ~ofered yesterday to
bet* 100,000 that Jbbhisti would b'e
out befor-e ner t Saturday. Qutick' *ork
mtdeed ;.but thiS "bloodiletting" Senator
is the advance guard of.the Radical Sen
ate, andi knows that the lhgh Coutrt of
Tiu' cehment, like the conspriracy tri-r
1Ar ff, is "orga nized to cor~viet"
The state of ie ns'w WadhJ abiheti
a8sfar as mado ouit this afternmoon,' igr da
follows: Statiton is to remain Sheri'ta'ry
of War; Schmnyler Colfax, to be Secre
1am' of State ; Daniel E. Sickies, Sexcre
~aryof tle Navy ; Eben BI. W ard, Sae.
~retary .if the Treasur', and E. I*.
Wasbb'urnw,. Secret ary of thme Interior ;
namnedfati ar to tin' public, except that
of WAf4; .hp I flo n er heenf itn public
'life. . 1ce onei of. t, .n did ' men of
Detroit, Mfiebigatn--was for.; years the
v steambeatr kimg of' the Lakea, before
wtesturn Ratib'oads were built, nnd when
the great tidet of travel patssed f'roni Bid'
Imalo up the -Liakea '&0.Chicago and' Md.
wankes. H(e i1sroW a theavy railroad
operator and piropde'ter of extensive
mninin g mnterests itn-the R'ppnr Peninu
Wsrd SI high giroetiossa in talriW'
itheincom'dng enentive~ in his
pocket, and Ward at, the h'eal 'of the
tregnrv as his bosoin f'riend) the Senator
froni dil~Ign, will ''rgy thy' rnachine"
wuit sa fill head of stean. Wit (Chan
-dier in -full puossession of the Elkeoutive
and Traury Departments when the
tilhicago tJnvention is held Gr-ant is to
be thrown aside, as any nominee caln
then be elected.
The mndifl'ercire of Dem3crats as to
the result of tire impeachme'nt trial is a
remarkable feature of present public
opinion. As nitter of principle, of right
wihd justice, tiey niisf aid demand Ihat
the trial shall bo condueted with strict.
I impartiality and judicial purity, but so
fi' as the result will affect Johnson ner.
sonslly. there is general apathy. Tihey
regard him as having brought all his
trouble on himself, as trie originator of
negro snf'rage in tuib Sbuth, and remem
ber how, when Provisi'oibF: G'o'e.rnor of
Tentieiisee,- he prevented D'emocratic
It is not the purpose of the President's
"ointuel to even seemingly dodge any
aistlo o' fact or law presented by the
nanagnra on the part, of the Iflodito o'
Representatives. 'llinby have stated it
to be the wish of the President, its it is
,their purpose; to meet squarely every
question involved-inor will the' at'.
tempt, in any manner, whatever to de.
say or protract Ilie inrvestigation. They
declare it to be the intention of the do
fence to act in good fitlli' ih al" dspcts,
anti to move straightforward te a con
clunsion of the trial as speedily as a prop
er regard for jis(fdd %ill permit.
GlEN. IIANCOCKS' ASSIONM INT.
The W nshingtoi correspondtint of
the llhimore Sun writes tinder' dito of
Sunday night :
The assignnnt of Gen. liancoek to
the command of t he new department of
the AtIlantic liiatW'rnnsed <p:itoa fibter in
Radical cirdles aini given n new inp;et -
na to thb trninnhausen mainfact.iirers
who so iabo'jtii in this city. All sorts of,
imirolitbli statements are heint sent
of' as t'o ile di-sign- of t ie I-esid-nt m
this moveirnt, anrit lias been deemed
of sufficient importance to call forth ia
resolution-of i:qtiiry from the Senate as
to'thie atitI liority of'the Execitive for hils
act ibri in the preitises. As before men.
tioned in this correspondence, the an
thority of the excentive to create militia.
ry dt-partniteits is under his ger.eral
pbwers i the constitutional conitnanrrdi.
in-chief, and has been iiivariably exer
cised from the foundation of th dhbvdrn
tin, until.1 now w'iibt, anV <lhestioni
of hit.' right e' tb db' SJeihg' rais
The State depart ment has been recent.
lv in correspondence witi the British
Government, with a viev to' htiihi* a
treiqty recognizing the rigitts'd fThturli
zed American citizein.-'and' fixing de&i
riitely the law of'c'xpatriaiinn, which has
long been arf openi'lies!.ion between'the
two governments. Fromn the tetrib of
the latest official dispatches- re'deived
from the British niinistry,- ther dbes
1Yt appbar to be thrCligifst dtiibt that
the aimiinistration -ill succeed ii bring.
mng the vexatious and sometimes threat
ening dantroversy to 4 successful termi-n
nation iti'a'few wveet?.
The treaty, as it now seems to' lie
shaping, will partake of the character rnd
features cf tihe treaty just concluded be.
tween. thre Um~nted States anid'thle North
In consequann of the anticipation thai.
little if any business will be transacted
by the house during'the progi-ess of the
impeachment trial, a large ntnibar' if'
members have left for their respective
homes to look after private bnrinses and
engineer for a renomination.
Tuns Ku KT.Ux KL.AN.-The follow inig
is a C~py of one of' the inumerne ordiurs
senrt on Fidiny to the adherents- of' thre
Ku Kluix Klan:
K Urna, K. K. K.,
Richmond, March 28, 1868.
Five hurndred arnd sixty-seventh ho6w.r
Windy weather, rainy days, sheep
maoo'i, "in a hurry" You are beti'hv
sumimoned to appear iin costume before
the "Great Knrknx Klan, wich meets
- in rear of - Camp-fires
brin g. Come without arms, aa there
will be men there wvithrout any to receive
you. Bring your head in good order
-perhaps it, will not be returned in the
same contion- Bring one qrnart of
blood and'rations. which yon wvill be re
quriredi to eat. Bring a nnhirt, wrth yon.
Such isout'~ uniform. You will meet
head86s peopl ;I some without limbs,
ut*ci-others skeletons ; yea be not fright
ened'intil your doom is kntown. Obey
tljis surtmnons,* ot the Great Kukluim
ifakee Kathia, which ini English, is
called "Chiet'on the~ Lrack," will call on
yon: "Seilk'n,2 'S~.lka," which is, "'All
will be well.
Boli Kinmibufrnrboorlekmn 'Propras, which
O'i I Gb..nrt. fIin, 16,
Th~le Great Mnr No''o th>
[ I chntoid .Dispai:
UJ'DGE. BUSJTEED's AssAffiNT.---$be
Mobile Trf/nibe, of WVenhiesday, says;
'l'hry ase against L. V.- B. Martib,
late United Btates 1Dlstrict Attoyney,
charged' withP assault upon Jumdgd'
Bustee'd,1 th i,tbat to niardor, was
called'.- e acaued faile4 to appear.
and his bohd wesw deolared' ?ikffited.
Mr. Stptomv yet ronmdns ihth 11
War Offeig',hhtand~day,-in feoar and
trembllig,'apd ItirgverP out thist'hl
has ordere'dI tli' woods around hib
quarters to b'our downg hptnediately,
lest, as spring- advances, thme ts'eermay
shoot. . .
Why is a pr'lett sin Ilk. a jih 1
Because his he'ml prevents him from
olng too far.
The Impeachment Trial.
WASHINOTON, March 31.-General
Hancock has fixed a time to morrow
(10 o'clock A. M.) to receive the
oflicers untdc r his ct.ommand in this
The position to-<iniy assumed by C'hief
Justice Chase in the iiu mpeachmenit trial
is corroborative; of what was Irelicted
in these dispatches last week. hut t''es
not entirely cover the grotund- predic';
The circumastances of the tr:i' o.day,
however, vere not such As to britig oe
a Ihorougi exposition of tle legal opin.
los ('tterFtined by Jmige Chase. W1hr-thI
they 31mthl hereafter prove to be fildlr up
to the standard indicated m11 these c<hn
patchds or not, nevertheless sufficient
evid'h.eo seems to have been given to
the minds of the extreme HRadiclts to
exercise themisel ves, And caus-e thrcats
.o be imale by 5011 to impiteaclh the
Chiief Justice; and it is asserted to-night
by the friends of Gen. lialer tlti. le
proposes to prefe'r charges against. Jii'lge
Chase fhr alleged assuinption of powers
that db'ant pertain'to tIhe olce ol (.hi-f
Justic'. Your correspondent, does no:.
vouch for this report as a correct, repre
sentation of Gen. Hatlr's purpoime; tut
it comes from a ere'li:atle source, and is
given merely as a report
As to the order of procedure and
speeCles in hei im ninnpaclmment trial, there
are allowed tit-ee iargm mmn'-n without
linits As to dirat iou (ll each side. OUie
argiuient (G(.1. Ihuiler') lis been col
(':!tiled ; li t. is flloel hv by the test.imeo
niy on ithe part. of tie pro .eton ; I- len
will came thm'' s'e(ch v tihe lreidenti's
coinsel. gi ving an ouitline or defence.
Ihen follo~ws dleeti' . t.'s evirlh-nce to
sIiulirt his answer th:n t he on in
speech of t e managr's of ihln lhoiie
next, the two spielebes openiig anal c(lo
mag for the delime.', aind4 finally, the
diosing argoinet. of the Maanagers. \lr.
Bom well au-. Air. linghum are to make
the remainintg speeches for the proseen.
non, and it is imldersionil that Alessrs.
Stautherry, Curtis and evarts are to
nmake the main arguments for the Presi.
ltl13i , Messrs. Groi'sbeck anad N 'lson
f'ot mt tme to Lime diseussing iiterloca
thry points that nay he raised in the
Iprogrss of t ho tial.--Tclegrn to the
Prt-vnsm.:ns~Costat.t.1.:n -ro Disoonme.
The Northern Methodist. Church in
Marylalnd, with the aid of the milit ary,
lid, durintg the war, take possessiotn. of
the clhurcheg anil other property belong.
img to the !altimore Conferenc'e. The
Maryland iegislature has just passed the
following righteous law
'. ma iority otfthe white male mem
aers of av chnrch or religious societyv
in the State, whose estate may be rest.
ed in trustes, shall have power to
change sac id trustees by appointing oh
ers in their stead, at a public meetin of
tha white nluie inetbers of .aid chnrch
or'religions society aiovo the age of
twentv-oneyears, calI'd by any five or
more nlenibers thereof, after giving no.
tice for four weeks to all tlie said white
mule members, eit.her by written notice
Bet up for font' wc'Irs pribr to the day of
meeting, at, the church door, or tho
place of publie worship of' the congre
gation w hern stidi election is to ho
"The trustees tio elected at such
nt?-Llingshta~l by virtuie of their election,
be invested with all the property ail
right which hadl previonsly vested in
thc trist l'ti so50 esde.
Thtis atllows I he miajoty of each
ch'hrehci to dlecidie bettve(en t northern
and sonttberer'hnfuttirs. .Sturely no IRadi
cal Gh-ant' man ("'i le will of tht' people1
iA theo supreme lawv") can ohjeer.
GRINTr AND BUJTLER.--it is CurtiOnis to
soe the way Grnt and Butler light shy
of each other. Qnorml- Grant 1a re*
ported never to"hhve' written the para
graphi otf hie' rebort which leg6rtcd
Ent.inr'i'army "bottled un' aid cork
ed" between two rivet-t.Ite'samec be
ing ascribed tq tli&'umited intellects of
sttaff officcrs Indlins and lad 'au. But'
it was a p'oputlar epigram, and GIrant~
saw nb'reason to'rogret it.fatr awhile.
At last.,' wheun Butler,'itdomitable
over all things,'retturned to 'Conigress
agaui, andl Grant hoomnoid np' as' a can
didate for tho'Liresidency, tile latter
began to coisbpehiend~ that wvhat seeoni
od to be a stiart thilng in tio. moment
of commission'whs a long'thing int th'e
influence and issue. Still more is this
apparent now, when Butler has be
como a matnger of tho' ibipeaehiment,
and altogether the most formidable
man as. a political opponent wvithini
the Republican ptrty. Gi-atnt is
known to heartily regret, as a most itn
judicious and irrevocable thing, thin
dr bbing he gavo IButler, 11e and
11 tier speak to each, and di-ant never
rdfuAes any request that Butler may
mak&';-but the old bftd swiv61 is a
lona hatoE - Ilis military pride will
not'allow him to lie'redoniciled. Bit
ler's genius and audacity are such
rthit' sometimes I wonder whether
General Grant is not iih ttai "bottled
isp an4 e'orked" himidif, so ouistantly
does he'ib'dl the eye of his enemy up
on himw.-Clveland Lead/er
Ben Wade'is ratheri ashamed after
all, of his lnttntion of voting fhinslf
into the Presidjency-and mweate
that bd-will kick anybody down staIrs
who ctds to ask an appointmnent be
fore ha Is fat'dy in.
The Pofusal of tile So ate h Allow Time
to the President's roans:1--Viows of a
Jonsorvative donator -)'tovens and
\WASHNGTOoN, 'March 27.--TheI~ Me.
tionl of (he Senate in reflsing contis'l
tilme to cpre for t h d t'enee o;' the
President, is regarded as 1not MWy un
fair to the President, but positively
insulting to the distingnii lhed gentle
muen who h stated upon their pro
fessional re[putat ionl t hat i 11e s Ii
ed for was actually neces: ary.
The r<-sult has bee,'that r.
Ewaits was forced to sec'. hi, own li
brary in New York. and u i!l not. rc"
turn until Monday morni r, while the
rest of the counsel are 1 boring here
oil the diiferent points in--olved in the
cake. Thus they are to l f'orce~d to
tria ion M!onlday, without concert of
action or orppor't.4i.nity for consultation.
The disc ussion ii, the Wiv~e on the
Supreme Court bill, v toed by the
President, was restricted to one hmur,
and that hour rL1. Wh1In.i pa'rcl led
out to SUit himself. Then the bill
was passed Over tile veto by the sa11
vote by which it was originally sneak
ed through that boly.
Thus legislation progresses hire
each act of' Cong'ess beine v:1're, if'
pgssilie, than he one which 'toee'id
it. 'fThe gravest legislati"1n i, :toend-I
ed with mocking jeers f'h' lidicals
over n linorit v.
A (onservati vo stnataor, not d for
his cant ion as well as abilit v, declar
eel to-night that there was 1, 'escape of
the country from its piesent political
bondage, exceptin g ill revolution,
w'1icli he regard: is near :t hand.
Thad. Steveus and bchend4 had :a live
ly spat to-day, wiich varied the to
nIotony of Congressional pro'edt''i1gs.
Stevens still clings to the ide-: ofl
couih'eation, and be asked the chair
111111 if the Ways and 4' l1ans aommit
tee had made any provision for lirht
eling the burt1iens of taxation at the
North by providing for at general 0oni
Iiscation at the South ?"
chellek tarts repl led : ''My com
mittee has charge of taxa(io1n ; co1nfis
cation we leave to the Colnuit(.ee on
Stevens : "I askied the ientleman a
question, and he answered with at
Sehenek again replied, in a hoister
ous tone, recalling to .rho minds of
mlany th'% fable of the deald lion.
ft, is nuderstood that, Stevens will
bring in another ,: ;emse for general
confiscation beforo t be session closes,
should death not arrest him before he
completes his 1l1an.
One by one the swift witnesses of
Mr. Bingihai and .1 udge Ilolt on the
conspiracy trial f1ll into the clothes of
the Ilaw. Conover. Ashley's friend is
in .the penitolent ill 1y. 'leaver is
awaiting a noiv trial, having been
opco convicted of an inii 1u4ous crim .
Baker is a fugitive fromt justice, and1
to-day a warrant w'as issued for I ich
ard Montgomery, charged with elbez
zlement. These are tlit: parties upon
whose testinolny M-s. Surratt and oth
ers woro conv icted anl e.iecuted.
'hiounL.s N F l'Ns s'h:.-Covernor
B~rownlow pnblishes an article in the
Knoxv'llo Whiuq, unlder his own namne,
in wvhich h~e dlenoun11iees thet Ku~i RKh
Kl.an~ in tile severecst terms15. lII) atdvis
es Uniionl men0 of the League11 to armi,
and extermlinate themhi, 1and4 says: "'If
any of thle formert should 1 f'allI in th e
effor't,there will be a mifllionl swords
r'eady3 to avenge them."
Theu editor of the Videmc, a paper
publ ished alt IlartIsville, in1 Sumnor
county, received a note1 yesterday,
the 27th instant, froml thle ad~joinIinp;
ciounity of Mac.on., warn'ing hin' tha t
theo Uniionl m110n were' c4lomin down to
el0o1n out tho~ Kut Kiax Klan. Hie
Iin'ind iately issueod an1 extira calling
on the citi'sens to .como1 antd irepel theo
invadcds: A'collisijon is seriouisly- ap
piChl~odd in thtsction..
'1Il2 WAn iN IAYvIr-A in1'Ar :ty
Coor~ixs AT Tiiuir)i --qin'lngen'iI:s1
Ha11vlita sipieicalsay Salaasve hab' been
beated(.'inl sever'a1 engag('eens. Gein.
Salom'o~n was eixcl*'etedi at1 ;Iaytl. Haidz
had( niot ret urnr-'d' Si. D4omuingo, ,bout
is1 watchIing thle mfovemnts of' ex Presi
dent. CabralI in Ve'neznehtl'. There is a
reacl ion in S..' )oingo' in faivho of
arri vedi at TPrinlidad. Siighut earthlqiuake
shocks wer'e fe'lt at Sr. IKitis on the 11i th
LET's ITA) H n5 NAo .-donerail
Car'ey, of Ohio, one0 of the t wo Rtepub
1101ans in the Hiouse who votedl against
impeaching the President, miido a
speech to his. constituents a Low days
sincd, Idl whi~h) he said.
"Otio of thle purest menfl and one'of'
best Republicans, camo' and sat dowen
by.mne'after I'had .voted against 1im
peahnbn,-ndsaid :'Carey,.I bo
iwould ratheor give my right arra thax
to hav'6 voted" for it, but jofr kisoi
heb power of' phrfQ.' Oly tiranny, of'
a'nrty I. The'v~lest dospotimti on God's
ootsfodl' is the' tyranr~y 6f party."
IAn erniiy of rats; driven~ onut ofithe
sewers by the flood, attacked a fami
ly in Toronto and nearly ate a couple
The Dogattos at Home.
'!'Ihe :Maion .''tnr hast the. followri1
(1orNwvoono., S. (',,
Maur, 1 IS, 18(S.
(1harle'stoni as he s a '., ta i ;tfourl' dno ,
(rotll a tiluiig wh:ich wee gotler thia he lie
to bit 'Sliiur" to ''CUillnlhy',' wolilt' Iii
juleselt 1 Lllel'Ii(, (; us lRecv', h ot Ii''
I ito i14gi't, Itini the upiper ])art cL (
I lorry, aret to he RI~t*.prs(itai ves.
O} 1 Ihenry e',i v'i's.i very freey l,a
tv, Anid' give som0e1 good thiiu(s Iha,
(''3 Ile toscii that, lc). J1. Mouse= Jr.
prole ssed ( 1iriit.i: it , ht-for( h1: ol'
cri).llt I' 9Illjlit't In for ccflic't' NI,
Geia). Scott' b e:ing' ( 0 VC'i'lir, ala al ,2
Iita'4t t1 s}(u, Iii p'''fir''ile. for %v'Lit(
'1c;Iht whii le;n Iblc 111("11 h4:1\"( 911,,
it freelyv. IN fiur'tler' Sasci, lha. tinl
hiottiv w' ith billi I-, 22 04 "roth,) In,"
sta1veil 34) drI'\ , a I' a ~~n
to Irny dl' hill'(:: 1: l:sL d-I Of (
C.'iil et4'i tn so i,titlnii~ts ctici1l Lo ''iI
10 iie a1ii 1 sen.''
III l i'l Pc1 W.(tS 421n i ard o Ilori'y, ci i1
saidl thle Ctilvelit ill) was inl tiil' ,alle lix.
II Ii i l.l' was that. tio aaiij'i,41 ill
I )isc lict, ail,]111" ii' i lig (l '.caiutiell (ill
('Xie~lt 0,) (4iiidi Iiou ittll ''4 lt; L'it l i(.h
arn'i.Iit I'urisl~ trrs Wouild be4 Ii
iodol ix dui, Vill'. 1,11'i di'y. "'t
NIl h)14: Yll .'\ his X'i 'i a salI ire(,; Iiicl
fitree ccgdisl.' 'a~,mn) iltl't:r
IV\c i MAW.
A' (? Qei:t":o I.\,iSo i'.-'le Dane8.s:
lie I'uIlo~~jin'2 i clday la't wie'k ai
law vsnit to IC lk11 i'1 be(ii' Jiust ice~ Nt
Calne it l vas~~' lipitiingCare
i cl f 2 igiist NI 021:101 () iien Fi. TheI
2Wt.ioll na'g.' hu'1.o1. for 111' NOf'oii 1'iI.
lights. melals, ii., wvhile defeild:ilt wag
hous$e. 'lheo pr(i'Si'cPIt loll showed (t ~.I
defedtsL wag at his~ 141)so front Ihe
to fi v( nights it) 2a week, ani u4 sually
staid inil 4 o'clock iin tie mll:rnnlig, nts
so4)l'Iitle.s till aler breafa~st, that he5
I1iut'i1,',( his lightLs and wood;l aindt used
I ilc* it, fithtus lie hindl lth fll to bU e
div'i~ed frot 's5 ji.)411 ' nt. Si icli late
Ilmuirs, lie ought it) I,;y fi1thle priviege.
'I' lii.ecisi'was ('.'et('iu)Lly fill 15112, fiit(d
of cc iars' aL.tract e ai Icirgo. croiwd of1 thle
"~parking' 1'i'itct,.it ", who1 0 o illti're-t
el1 peittliil1y in the result of 1.110 actloln
brouight, as5 it mlight t~et la precedh.t
'fikeb they 11i1 .t be Called lIiOn' It(
Why Mr. Johnson will Certainly bo Con
A 'aslington lie. Ar to the Now
York //erahl' tells exactly why tlhe
Rladicals will turn arr. .1 iohnson out.
After admitting that soeic persons ex
peet Anthony, of Rhode -l(and ; Cole
of Califora ; '.dnulil ds, of Vermont, -
Fes'eien, of Al aine ; Fowler, of Teni.
nessee l'irelinghuysen, sf New Jer
sy ; ( imies, of Iowa ; llenini'r.-n,1 of
\1 issonri ; Norton, of 31 innesota: luss,
of Kansas: Sherman oft )Olio; Sprag'tw,
of Rhtode Island ; T'rumbfull, of lili
nois ; anml Williams, of Oregon ; to
vote :gain' co'ivictioni , lie goes on to
show how the Rladicals calenulate', as
California has already chosen a( sni
eissur to tho -,en ior sentltor. 'Tlhs,
sena tor elect is a I)emocrat ; there
fire, with lien Wade in the 'residni
tial oflice mId the senior., nator as the
ontgoing power, all the pat'onagep1: of
the Siatc fils into the hamns of Senn.
tir 'ole as the.i rie appetI iiining to his
v'.te in favor of inieacmlaeit. If ho
votes: neninlst the pn'eaunre, (the pMen
hosuitnbent of the scat whieb will fail
to . r, ( s'sei'rly will exerc4ise the funie
tions of' dispenser of tu o ioveraent
patron age to the ex(lusion of Senattor
Cole, tn-1 give him at c(ontrollin l pow
er at home. This wobi he 11i a..
l en t to hawing th att r ' el: t h er:hdfi
For all tislilit. I t; l ' hoe ast' of
le. 'esseai i n,t the 'IIlicals or e t1h
prgsue i of a more eig mnplincile
ebI raciter. llam lin , who, i iis Iler..
stoodl, asp irets to fte set ors"hlip fromt
State of 31aine , i known to he popu
lar, :it 1 pii sssses ai. ch.lices of sne.
Cess. T li al 'In: lith rfr' , fur th1'er
argne, iI' 'r4slsen goes back (onI the
party it. will be' efllinale t (t)o ): ph ing
p~aironeage eohI ! ii in the h lu ni tf his
olleag' e (3 ran. 1 ill) '' I' e Inr his
own ree'lectionu, :1111 also the elect ion
olf ih, unlin at t the proper tii,thus
onsting la'ssenden. The vase of .\tr.
Shetrnni is also adverse ( his break
ing with his piar ty on this important
issue. Thiiuian's choice as they se.
cessmrto'alr \ino'i will throw aill the
paitrl age of his tate into ti e hands
of . . r. Sherni. In i r ar.1 t a t heit
rest of thli e we 'l ) nnw s are s'
down in the negative, the samie airgi
ments are .11(11 t
The whole matter of he1)tlwnement
f'romt the Radi el st nipoint is oIne(- of
political .mif1-pre"serva";tion. At. any
other tim'e tha;n the cue of :'t implo --
tant pres-idential election, they saly
sagne a milsure would Ie to c o tara
tively" small importanwe, aind the y
could alli0d to iet. the case takel its
course ; but at this jnuimture iitey enl
not. lelrefore j st 'e i; 1 m a o feat h.
er in the sele comou' hred with the lne
ecSsity of s 'teess, anld the whole. cuer
gy and influence of the party, and all
its open and secret organizations and
agencies, will he bronght to hear to
A rin ur i'3 t8rs).:11 K. K. K's --
A pacrty p, ho, -
K ' while oing t1roPh Ii t hei
sIIirn ts, On .\I:laht niigt, last, disguised
as Ki Kl3' u, aiun hlearnig a comuii with
ilm, were arrester d by the polic, iut
dtoeri' sub'Ieil'gtly diseliarged, as it. was
eint that hey wes oreny ut for ei
ill sport. Taiwyewr no' Kn Khuic,
hi orllie 'i ihem iv the Q - .. Q.Q;
ai oihv puhho may r('ed (i'nsued othatn
when110313 thbenu of1~ ih e a Kn Klu
gaithir fond r od od hd, t il n,33 oti i'
of Ihoee ra~'ca hand-blooem. Their - i
ofethce,snory. to i'engood peoI iiipli u,
othei wniin . heTohe hav a higr and113'
gr ae~ifr mioproi-m'thain imply
to' trihen ongiros an.1ladicas.o Thev
hfveiclmr tIo resenel fro vi
lhduii adrincipl to ave frm tters
carrcy, deipte th-b o-noa ido offa
naives, torihe ridicueo (till credulns,
atd o only toiio Wicd (h ng'eg'softn
WIs it (inlrd hbery Paw'linri'os n' ti
1f8r0 ;foncithee ned be wgithl notyler
ofd the raw-head'and-loody-bonesparot
ofth or.. Thre rii t illet t arih
aIi dicabmlusive.heeris way (forevi
Itreugandy heatofal TheK Ku lari.'t
tweenthe go''Chtencl an tnt.
fiv.y fearonhro thyn taiesh
whoe hvoi l'ben fo old timeinmoa
wifovel. To thowl. Chrh
bu'in was foowd toits utst
riiltng riest. Ther. addrsse toig
th, eapplias and Miio conngregtion
ways lrd4'gyoFa~th O'ros i isr
t h rosso thae se had to boar
and lie dies an goiosroado
th) rof ooms neetn n
[Fron tlh New York' Day Book.
Whipping the South.
The only thing the maelignant mon.
grels can offer in defense of their
Iu'rilee oppressions is (o appeal to
he hatred aid revengo of the baser
- rt of society, ande declare that "the'
,ountIt ias not yet been whipped
entrugli'" Well, it. caniiot be donied
that the South is so thoroughly "whip
lied'' tIat, loth the sta ples of our
con merice, and the chief market for
Northern wares arc almost entirely
destroyed. We have therefore "whip
peel the South'' so thoroughly, that
we have whipped over 250,000 North.
erns men and women out, of employ
lent. li the single city of Boston
25,000 mn, womin en and children are
1 i ly feld (11n souin, at the public htarge.
''iat i.: what omes of "whipping tie
'11th.' While with capitalists money
is aplenty, labor has nothIing to do, and
he epor tit st be fed on soup to grati
fv the malignant. tuongrels inl the sweet
revenige of "whippiig the South."
Aid every day will come less emr,loy
men t fur the laiborin g classes and
greater albundance of panper soup,
wh bile lhe Christian work of' "whip
ping the South'' is allowed to go on.
Some years ago Mr. 'ewnrd, nlways t
shlIlow tin iagogne, enue back from a'
visit to New (tileans, and made it
speIee'c'h in New York which clectriflbd
all tle' fols in the North, by show
ing that the Sonth was4so iclpless that
it depended upon Northern mehan.
ies: fot' dearly all its wants. Going
along the str'etsof t(ie Southern cities'
li' "s:: ' no hoes, bart'reev' plows, boots,
.h ,roady- (o(le clotthing, ge., that,
were nut nute in the North." 't'his
was sai d 1as a sneer at. the Sout, which
was caigrl'v swallowed by every hu'
'ani) ais in the North. .tt now,
SOward aI:t'1 hi band of italignant
fols have "whipped the South" out
of Ithe tmeans of' ulying our wares ;'
and 'n1 the samiie ratio that we havo
deistry edl ou' Stlerni market we
have tclal!ilshed pauper soup houses
in thi Nrtl. Nmv if' Seward were,
te geo' nth we oul lin iudeluty of
soup houses ias the not re.iult ot''whip
ling the Soath." Aud this same
tribe of' Northern nood'i l) es wants to put
govent'ment, coi mme'e and industry in'
the South in tie hinds of the negroes,
which 'l wetild .f1etual ly pre'vent that
section-1irow e'ir agi i becomning aL
ion-ket fi- mi' twares,-anti would ran
der the soup houses 11 permnanent insti
tu tiou ini the North. .1t how lona
will the potr of the North consent t*
eto fel on sotp ), to gratify the devil
1. of ie' Meongrel palty in "whip
ping (lie South ?"1 If'his thing goes
onl there will, by anmt)hy,- be throat
elutting s~omewheore.- But it. will- not
be the throit of Ilhi dt.spairing people'
who aro fed on soup !,
'fit k (''ot.oitutn 1J:o(ri.x ANn IMr'Adrit
an:N-r'.-The'ft. Imst111 alreadry been sltat
i'd in I. C'omI1nerc'tial's lijnattc's .tIat
the colored element wer' rigidly 'ethit.
ded from tie Senate galleries on the fl -at
diay of the impiechm ent trial, and 16t
only atl:y ltis i fa' when admission' has
beten oltamlelli by tickets. ''ie color
ed!el 'emnctit is naturall y enough iniligihant
at ti.istate of aihlirs, iaud prmite lo'
ma ke a hiss about it. -- i ough it. is dim.
cudlt to stee iit goode that wvill do them'
iamuchci as the excluisiont of. whIich thev'
comipla in was the w ork of)1 heir fri'nd.,
antd nott of the Copperheauds or' re'b'dls.
1eah Sentor hai'lid four tickiets, arid each'
lti'preseniitativ t wo. WV by didn't Sum.
ner intko earet of lies colored frio'nds?
Andi what did stutidy old 1Bbn do wit h
is ticktLs? (have them to.whito per
soni , "o(fln acconut of' color," of course.
Coeld ( 'opperlthad do mlore0 thanc thatL ?
Isn't thaint Ii6 ,"'whui t oliga rchtial spirit"
oC wichil M r'. S'umbier eo efllen . peaike,
afid'always ite mve'igh aighint ? I call
attention to this mattteri ini lie hope of
e'ffectiing- the desireid''refrmation. A
yeart ago the riolioredi elemuet. wh('a it
en~ateed hue Sen'tae gaillery', waso hlhaledl
t og'thler i ontak sea ts-w v~'hih" wals
little belier thant koeiptig it out altoget h
Pooi- obel Mr'., Gi'ant', tha'faitherof
Ulysses, alihiSiinue~l Giri'n't,'allas the'
"brutebior-general," hais~ he.on temnjvod'
to putt hi nameito'a'b'oole' sof m'Ado
uip anecdoe.iof his horse-lovin*, pu -r
of this lget sp6iinesfl 4.ha oish~o
Xnailor',' relato tes tat~f, Sdinnsy. 's"
an inufant in his fhtheows arras, -hiih
gerni wor'e one'put uipop,the trigrrf
a loaded gen 'and pulled hkrd e6 otih.
to diacharge thepiado,+ th'&'ednnd of
which so delightod <theo intfant Mah,-,
chu'uned tho' young onie's, .niam et
guidance of 'the furieot W'ashbie''
"Fle.it-gin Grant'. Is 'lkeyt.l
himself for the soiunden~t popUlat~,.ia.
ing that over a sipid oroagi re~o
thneepetM.TI ' it e li fWne
oist seate'to the Impatleet,iud httloe'
ts thi bhd negroes.