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VOLUME III-NO. 63.
! THE PHONIX,
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ANTE-BELLIM SCRAP OP HISTORY.
Tho New York Times, of Thursday,
in publishing a letter from n Hnrt
ford paper, thus refers to it and the
information it contains:
"The opinion has been widely en?
tertained that Jefferson Davis is not
to bo classed among the original plot?
ters of secession, but that ho carno
into the movement reluctantly, and
only in obedience to the decision of
his State. Mr. Greeley embodied
this statement in ono of his recent
letters. During his trip through
New England previous to tho elec?
tion of 1860, Davis certainly made
strong Union speeches, ana in his
speech taking leave of tho United
States Senate, he conveyed tho im?
pression that ho withdrew only in
consequence of the decision of Mis?
sissippi to secede. A letter which wc
copy from the Hartford Pi-ess, where
it is now for the first time published,
throws some light on the matter. It
seems that before the election of Mr.
Lincoln, Mr. Rhett, of South Caro?
lina, had written to Davi3, asking bis
advice ns to tho best mode of seced?
ing-whether by separate State nc
tion or through a convention of th(
Southern States. In reply, dat?e
November 10, 18G0, after ho had be
como aware of Mr. Lincoln's elec
tion, Mr. Davis discusses tho subject
ut some length and advises co-opera
tion. He is clearly in favor of seces
sion, and of not waiting until tin
Government should pass into tb<
hands of Mr. Lincoln; but fju
chances of success, ho thinks, will bi
greater if the Gulf States can bi
united in advance, than if South Ca
rolina or Mississippi should act fo:
themselves. The lotter has somi
historical interest ns throwing Ugh
on the origin of the rebellion, nm
on the degree to which Davis him
self may be deemed responsible fo
it-but, beyond that, it has no spe
LET RIOTERS HE ARRESTED.-Undo
this head, the National Intelligence
has an article, from which we tako th
following paragraphs. Speaking o
the radical orators, it says:
"This method of electioneeriuj
must stop forthwith, or a war of race
seems absolutely inevitable. If thes
ex parte harangners persist, they mus
bo arrested. Wo will see which gene
ral has the nerve to do his duty wher
a little nerve is requisite. A mem.be
of Congress has no better light ti
incite a negro riot than nny othc
person. If his notoriety as a publi
mau increases his privileges, so i
does his power; and if he uses tim
to work mischief, then tho greatc
the mischief, the more necessary th
"We observe that, in some of thes
incendiary harangues, tho speaker i
able to bring himself to tho disgUS
ing affectation of extolling 'frc
speech.' An audience of men ar
>nlled together to hear a speakci
distinctly informed that they sha
not dissent from him; taunted wit
very insult which studious malic
fciuld invent for their oxasperntioi
and thou contemptuously dared 1
resent it; the principio openly nr<
claimed that only ono idea shall t
promulgated, nt the risk of ever
peril-and such a man, at such
time, talks of free speech! It is lil
the butcher's tear, in his slaughtc
house, with his knife at thc lamb
A recent work on diamonds at
other precious stones says that but
small portion of the gems sold ai
worn are genuine. Tho diatuoi
mines of Golconda aro given oi
and those of India ure rapidly failin
The scarcity of real gems has be
met by tho ingenuity of counlerfe
ers, wno manufacture spurious gei
that frequently deceive expert ec
EngtUlt Vlevrf on ttte Relente of Dlr.
Tho Americans, when they inter?
ceded with our Government for the
lives of the Fenians convicted in
Canada, did cortainly not preach
what they wore unprepared to prac?
tice. Seo tho conclusion of the war
in tho North, though severe on tho
Southern community, has given wa}'
to no animosities against individuals.
No ono has been put to death in
America for what the North has de?
clared to bo treason; very few have
been molested, if they chose to ac?
quiesce in the restored rule, and to
tnko no part in politics. The leniency
of the Government has, however,
been carried to its furthest point by
tho release, on bail, of Mr. Jefferson
Davis, after a captivity of two years.
Whether he will ever bo brought to
trial seems to bo still uncertain, hut
we may nlmost predict that, in any
case, the punishment inflicted on him
will not be extreme. Wo eau seo that,
iu tho caso of America, this is the
wisest policy, aud that it is best not
to give reuewed rancor to tho ani?
mosities of tho South by nuy net of
severity. A similar forbearance would
havo its good effects iu Ireland, also.
At Inst, tho ox-Presideut of the lato
Confederate States of America hns
boen released from his captivity.
Jefferson Davis is no longer a pri?
soner in Fortress Monroe. Tho tele?
gram which conveys this announce?
ment explains that tho release is on
bail, aud that Mr. Davis is under
bonds to appear before tho court iu
November next; but it is evident that
the intention to bring him to trial
has been abandoned. Indeed, his
imprisonment has been, for moro
than a year past, considered a re?
proach to public justice, and the
most eminent of thc Republican
leaders have not scrupled to denounce
the prolonged confinement without
trial ns a disgrace to tho country.
Tho case, however, was one with
which no Government would have
found it easy to deal. At the time
when tho assassination of Mr. Lin?
coln had thrown tho whole country
into a frenzy of pussiouato desire for
vengeance, and when Mr. Davis was
supposed to have instigated thc
crime, tho Government might easily
have obtained a verdict against him
at tho cloie of tho war. Fortunate
was it for thc good name of tho Ame?
rican people, that difficulties hin?
dered such a proceeding till tho pas?
sions of tho country had time to cool.
As IRISH BULL.-We are told that
thc Fenians aro to invade Canada.
Canada has just been declared a
dominion aud set up as a ucw nation,
and is, or is soon to bo, practically
independent of Great Britain. How,
then, is a Fenian invasion of Canada
to effect Ireland? Ireland, if she
suffers any terrible tyranny, suffers
it from England; and how can tho
nets of England toward Ireland be
changed by tho invasion of a terri?
tory on this side of tho Atlantic
not subject to English rule, and, of
course, not to bc defended by Eng
lish money and an English army?
Would not a Fenian invasion of
independent Canada, with a view to
benefit Ireland, be the work of an
Irish bull? Iudeed, simple respect
for tho Irish intellect must force us
to seek some other cause for this pro?
posed invasion than the one put
forth. Is it a gigantic cover for a
system of wholesale smuggling?
[New York Herald.
REGISTERS OE BANKKITTCY.-Tho
Washington Chronicle is authorized
to state that Chief Justice Chase has
completed, except in four or five
cases, his nominations and recom?
mendations for registers in bank?
ruptcy. Tho whole power of the ap?
pointment is with tiiecourts to which
his nominations and recommenda?
tions Lave been addressed. It is
useless, therefore, to address any
further communications to the Chief
Justice on the subject.
? New York correspondent, in a
Louisville paper, says the steamers 1
from New Orleans, Charleston nod '
Savannah, within tho past fortuight,
have actually been bringing back ?
many thousands of dollars* worth of
dry goods and other merchandize, j
which wore sold by tho Stewarts and ;
Olaflins, last autumn, on six months' :
credit, tho purchasers being utterly
unable to raise even a part of tho
money to pay for them.
At a freedmen's meeting in Green?
ville, Ala., a few days ugo, William
Murphy, a sensible colored man, do- ,
fined his position in tho following,
style, which is a platform good for
white or black: "I am in favor of
all bauds going to work aud making
plenty to eat, and keep less noise;
then all will como right. I toll you
thc South is the greatest country in
the world. I now propose three
cheers for tho South."
CROPS rs THIS STATB.-A corres?
pondent of tho New York Times,
writing from this city, says:
"A gentleman of intelligence and
information, from Newberry District
-central in its location-gives me a
few facts upon the crop now in thc
field. Tho wheat crop is expected to
be about ?tho same as that of 1860,
and this means, of course, avery fino
crop for 1S67. As this grain comes
earliest, a good crop is of vast im?
portance to our starving State. By
tho 20th of June, tho earliest wheat
will be in a state to be made available
as food. Tho corn crop is expected
to average a half; that is, about half
as much as that of 1860. With good
seasons from tho present time, the
farmers expect to moko about enough
corn to subsist upon for the ensuing
year; and this would bo amply suffi?
cient were not a good deal of it, by
various expedients of barter and
trade, made to meet tho pressing
wants of the present time, thus short?
ening, to some extent, next year's
supply. The cotton crop will also bo
about a half of what 1860 produced.
Tho gentleman of whom I am speak?
ing, gave mo a list uf ten planters of
Newberry District, with tho number
of bales of cottou they produced in
I860 and 1S66 respectively. These
ten planters, iu 1860, mado 1,0P2
bales of cotton, and in 1866, they
made 225-less than one-fourth. He
estimates that they will make at least
twice as much this year ns they did
in 1866; so that-to recapitulate
this gentleman expects his section of
this State to mako a full crop of
wheat, half a crop of corn, and half a
crop of cotton. I have confidence in
1 his judgment, and know his facts to
be facts. 1 presume his estimates
will not be far wrong, if applied to .
tho State at large."
New York Times gives us tho follow?
ing nccount of tho persistency of the
radicals to convert thc South by the
means of the "poor white" and tho
"A correspondent of the Philadel?
phia Press writes from Alabama that
'the speech of Mr. Stevens, in favor
of confiscation, is somehow obtaining
a wide circulation' among the negroes
and poor whites o? tho South. Of
course it is. Copies of that speech
have been sent to that class in great
numbers by the Congressional Bo
publican Committee, of which Mr.
Schenck is Chairman. An assess?
ment of $20 each was made upon the
i Republican members of tho last Con
gross, and contributions were invited
from other quarters, for the purpose
of distributing Republican docu?
ments; and a large portion of the
funds thus raised hos been devoted to
tho circulation, among thc blacks ot"
the South, of the confiscation speeches
of Mr. Stevens and other speeches of
a similar tenor. Agents have been
?sent South to attend to their distri?
bution, and to organize thc political
movement thus inaugurated. Tho
j distinct object at which these men
aim, is the consolidation of the black
and poor white votes in the South
against the mass of the white popula?
tion; and tho promise of freo farms by
confiscation is relied on ns the lending
agency by which this result is to be
brought about. That it is a weapon
of great potency, no one can doubt.
The great body of an ignorant popu?
lation, who have nothing, can always
be united and influenced by tho pro?
mise that the property of others shall
be given to them. The Press corres?
pondent says he has no doubt that,
if the question of confiscation could
be submitted to the people of the
South, 'a majority both of blacksand
whites would vote for it.' "
? ^ ? .
THE COMING WHEAT CROP.-The
Baltinoro Sun, of Thursday, says:
There was exhibited at the Corn
and Flour Exchange, yesterday
morning. :i small box of earth con?
taining tine specimens of the growing !
wheat crop, from Essex County, Va.,
growing on the farm of /.. S. Far- :
land, Esq., as a sp?cimen of what
maybe expected in the future from
that productive region. The speci- '
mens included the following varieties
of red and white wheats: '.Pennsyl?
vania Blue Stem," "Early Purple ?
Straw," 'Broughton," and "Ge
UCSSC0." Tho plants were all vigor?
ous, from three and a half to lour
feet in height, with heads of a fair
average length, and, considering the
early season, well filled. Mr. Par
land expects to harvest his crop early
in June, and to have it in market
during tho latter part of the month.
The extent of the iron trade of the
city of Boston is truly astounding, j
Tho Commercial Bulletin says that, in
one of tho ten districts of that city,
the amount ot iron annually weighed
reaches 100,000,000 pounds. Most
of tho iron brought there comes from
England and Sweden.
THE public esteem in which PANK
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another proof of their excellence aa a
Tonic. They are recommended by physi?
cians generally, and have never disap?
pointed those who have mado usc of them.
They give suro and speedy relief in nausea,
sick headache, dyspepsia and all similar
complaints. For*salo bv all druggists.
April U mly Du. C. H. MIOT, Agent.
\OJTVE NATURE A LIFT.-People
expect too much of nature. They trillo
witfl.their health and their constitutions,
and : h : n aro surprised that they fall sick.
Tho pressure of constant montai or bodily
labor upon tho animal powers is tremen?
dous. Very few systems audconstitutions
can boar up against this pressure unas?
sisted.* Add to this tho unhealthy influ?
ences which lurk unseen in tho air wc
breathe, tho water we drink, thc lassitude
produced at this season by tho change
from the rigor of winter to thc warmth of
spring, and it would seem to require almost
superhuman vigor to jkeep in perfect
health without reinforcing the physical
energies. But how reinforce them? Cer?
tainly not with adidteratcd stimulants.
There is no poison in tho outer air, or in
the atmosphere of furnace-heated rooms,
or w?rk-ahops, or factories, so Pernicious
as those deadly-burning fluids. \
Why use them, when
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May 22 -fO
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bo swindled. Ask for DUTC HEB'S, which
is sold by all live Druggists.
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