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All bills for advertising are due when con tracted and payable ou .auuu. tvAII letters, whether upen business ot Otherwise, must ee aaareseea to , WHITMOBB A CO., Publishers and Propnetora, Praasar. of th. Eadioal Pr.ss. Id order that our readers may see bow the Radical preis bullied and threatened on tha eva of the impeachment vote, we take from the ferociously Radical Mil souri Democrat the following group of extract! from journals which, like itself, favored impeachment for party purposes, and right or wrong, and demanded it with the alternative to4eVnators them' selves perjury or ostracism, and political death. 'The Cincinnati Oazettt closes an article handed " Treachery, in the Senate " as follows: If Republican Senators vote to acquit Johnson, it will not be because bf thejr intecnty. Such unlnttufulness to party and country is incompatible with integ rity of any sort; and it will be of but little use to affirm that it has held itself above any of the influences that has be sieged the Senate to compass the keep ing of JobnBon in oliice. In otbor respects, the judgment of ac quittal of Johnson will be most degrading to the Senate, i It will be their condem nation. If he is not a disturber of the neace. then Congress is. If he is not guilty of flagrant misconduct, for abusing his office to resist the reconstruction laws of Congress, then Congress is guilty of an abuse of its office for enacting them.' If the Senate justifies him in deliberately and purposely disregarding the tenure-of-office act, it condemns itself for en acting that act. There can be no bridg ing over of this conflict between Johnson and Congress, in all of which the Senate has been a principal. . if he is innocent, thev are euilty. If he is fit to remain in office, they are not. Their acquittal of him should be immediately lollowed by their own resignations. ' :- ' From the Cincinnati Chronicle. To talk of decency and fairness comes with a bad grace from the Commercial, Since no language has been too vile for its use in denouncing the managers and the majority of the Senate. Mr. Wade, although discreet in all his actions since the impeachment trial commenoed, has been wantonly abused, his character maligned, and openly charged with the most corrupt motives. His fellow Sena tors in the majority, and their friends, have been actuated iolely by a detirti to revenge the. wrongs of the Republican party, and to get the control of the pub lic offices. If there is anything baser, or more sordid, or morn despicable, than the motives which the Cpmmerciat attributes to these men, we Should like to know what it is. ' From the Illinois State Journal. We sincerely trust that these reports from Washington of cowardice, or folly, or something worse, on the part of any Republican benators will be proved to be unfounded when on next Saturday the vote is taken. We can hardly believe tbey will prove recreant to the solemn duty which is npon them. No pretext, no matter by what name they may cull it, will assuage the publio wrath and in dignation which will surely follow An drew Johnson's acquittal. .AH other ihort-comings'on their part will be held as duty well performedj all other cow ardice will be exalted into courage; all other treachery will, by comparison, be deemed faithful service by the side of such strange and self-stultifying action. We may at least tell them that not the Senate only, but the whole country, has been sitting as a high court of impeachment; that however eight or ten Senators may prevent the conviction of Andrew Johnson, the conntry cannot be stopped from also rendering its verdict; and although he may not be pronounced guiltyby the Senate and removed from office, bis guilt has nevertheless been solemnly ad judged by the people the supreme, eov- eraign power or the canon ;, ana mere cant about regal guilt or solemn oaths will not change that verdict or excuse any Senators for declining to thwart An drew Johnson in his unparalleled career of crime and bia usurpations of power. From th. Dubuque Times The Chicago rw&tme, a few weeks since, was first and foremost in its de mands for the impeachment of the Presi denu It had no doubt of the guilt of Mr. Johnson, and in imitation of its cry in 11. "On to Richmond. ' it was enost denunciatory of Andy. Now, all of a sudden, it is, "not so much as it was," and the natural inquiry that rises ia the mind of the reader is, what has, caused this sadden change? The answer is that it has heard from its masters Sen ators Grimes and Trumbull. Mr. Grimes is one of the owners f the Chicago Tribune, and that paper is supposed to reflect bis .en ti menu. We remember the time when that rP' as orgeat for BMC. MEMPHIS. TENNESSEE. TUESDAY EVENING. MAY 19. 1868. protection, but when Mr. Grimes came out for free trade, the Tribune also cams out for free trade. The Tribune was among the first to demand the con viction of Mr. Johnson, but so soon as Mr. Grimes changed bis opinion on thai question, that paper also doubts and hesitates, and concludes the I'tet'f :nt cannot be oonvicted, s From the New York Tribune.) No. Senators can be insensible lo the verdict of history. It ia written that a President of the United States disgraced his high office, profaned the law, brought rnapsaore and anarchy into these States, and made the American name a scandal among the nations. It is written that for these crimes and misdemeanors he was brought to the bar of the Senate and duly tried. The case is closed, the evi dence has been told, the arguments have been heard. .The Senators who fail to add to this history, that by their vote the great criminal is justly punished, may well pray for oblivion. Especially those Republican Senators who have Meadily championed the policy which culminated in this proceeding, may well pause, be fore by their votes they write their names with the infamous and degraded men, who in times of national trial sought to betray their country. ' ' Nothing new remains to Mr. Grimes but the future he has so officiously wel comed, and nothing remains to us as a party, and especially to our friends in Iowa, who have trusted and promoted this man, but to make him an example to renegades for all time to come. When Mr. Fessenden and Mr. Trumbull finally consented to place themselves npon the records as apologists and defenders of Andrew Johnson, it wjll be time to dis cuss their acts; bu just now we feel that their intentions have been misunder stood by car friends in a moment of panio. From the Pittsburg Commercial. Weeks ago it was said that with Mr. Wade out of the question, all doubts would vanish. It may be said that these things properly -hart nothing to do with the emit or innocenoe of the .President and they have not. The Senator who will suffer himself to he influenced by his prejudices, or who balances the question in his mind as one of policy, is faithless to bis duty and forgets his oatb. From th Detroit Post. For some time the Chicago Tribune has been paving the way for his defec tion. and manufacturing excuses for him to vote against the conviction of the President, it has labored zealously at Ibis business, in and out of season. It has strenuously insisted that the eleva tion of Mr. Wade temporarily to the Presidential office would give success to a conspiracy to increase certain taxes in the tariff list, that Mr. Wade is a dema' gogue and violent man; and that the conviction of the President would allow the power of the executive office to be unfairly UBed by Mr. Wade's partisans to thwart the legitimate ambition of Mr. Colfax, Mr. Wilson, and other candidates for the Vioe Presidency; and it was even insinuated that the executive power would be used to defeat General Grant, and secure to Mr. Wade the Presidential nomination. ' These violent assaults could havajio other effect than to pre pare that, portion of the Republican party in Illinois which it can influence, lo support Mr. Trumbull in voting against the conviction ot the P resident, and thus secure the safety of his election in ad vance. From th. Madison (Wis.) Journal. Believing that Mr. Johnson has vio lated the laws, that he has acted in the interest of the enemies ot the country, that he has disgraced the office which he holds, that bis centinuance in the oliice is in contravention of the public welfare. and in derogation of the peace, honor and dignity of the republic, we think be ought to be impeached. And we regret to witness a publio journal possessing so much influence .as the Chicago Tribune lending itself to the Bervice of those who are seeking to break down the impeach ment because they are hostile to Mr. Wade and his viows on the tariff. For honest difference of opinion we have a laree degree of toleration. If the Tribune opposed impeachment n the ground that the President has done nothing to deserve it, we could respect its honesty and independence, though condemning its judgment ; but its course m pretending to favor impeachment, while it indirectly seeks to defeat it by personal and venal appeals addressed to prejudice and passion, is rendering it un worthy of the confidence of Republican readers. From the Rochester (N. T.) Express. 1 If Andrew Johnson fails of conviction because one sixth of the Republican Senators refuse to concur with their po litical brethren, a great wrong lies at the doors of those recusant Conservatives who join hands with the Democrats in procuring his acquittal. They will have to share the reprobation with McClellan, FilzJohn Porter, McUlernand and 1 at- terson, who were responsible for pro tracting the war, the continuance of its horrors and augmenting of its cost. This trial is but a continuation of the strnggle of the rebellion. From the Ohio Stat. Journal. Rennblican Senators who vote the government into the hands of its worst enemies for the next year, are undoubt edly scrupulously conscientious, but when by their votes they place it into the bands of their political enemies for five years to come, they display .acelestial odor ol virtue and a supernatural pa triotism, which are only intelligible to those who have reached the Senatorial summit of pnrity and perfection. A Senator whose conscience compels him to place by hia vote the republic under the control of those who for five years tried to destroy it, has reached a moral elevation quite beyond the range of or dinary vision. Men like Grimes are too God-like to die. They will be translated. From th. Davenport (Iowa) Oaiette. Time proved that nobody wanted Grimes for Vice President, and coals were heaped upon the fires of his wrath and indignation, tie probably acquired a sunreme disgust fcr the Republican party ia general, and for the Radical Iowa portion c f it ia particular. Mr. Grimes determined to mere out of Iowa, and, we are positively assured, has located at Chicago. ... at We can do him no further favors, the highest honors in our gift have been ex hausted upoel him, and we are bow caat aaide as as old. csrrnent. We have no remedy, bot eaa express abhorrence for bis ingratitude and epoetary. forever disgraced will be his same in Ijwa, and a warning extmple to yublic men that LAItUIKT CITT CIBCUULTIOJi. tbey cannot with Impunity violate the confidence reposed io them by a trusting people. UarrUborg (Pa.) Telegraph ) If we take into consideration the de fects of such men as Trumbull and Fes- sinden. it is no wonder one of the man- ' i. w. ... .m .i, Aliboiigh there is still' hope that the a erirsi fauibiuicu ii n ail d bliiu uui i a. country may be saved from ruio an degradation, yet we cannot see the use of waiting until next Saturday before taking the final vote, uuleas it be tbat certain Senators wish to do a cash husi nees. - From th. Dayton Journal. 1 A fact which is considered remarkable in connection with the action of the Sen ators referred to, is, tbat the -friends of Johnson' have been altogether better posted in regard to the position of Sena' tors than any of the Republicans. The Washington correspondents of the New York Herald and papers of that ilk have insisted from day to day that the very Senators we have named, would do just about as they have done. 1 be Kepubli can correspondents have denied these statements as often as they have been re iterated. It turns out that the informa tion of the Johnson men was more reli able than that of the political friends of the Senators. Why ahould these gentle men have withheld from their political triends the information which so readily came into the possession of their ene mies? From th. Indianapolis Journal. The acquittal of Mr. Johnson is not yet certain, but we confess tbat we en tertain little hope of a different result. That the effect of his escape from pun ishment will be injurious to the best interests of the conrury, we cannot doubt. The pacification of the South will be re tarded; the plunderers of the revenue will ply their vocation with mora bold ness than ever, sure ot pardon in case the courts enforce the law against them ; corruptionists will revel in all the execu live departments of tbe Government, and the meanest Copperheads will be the advisers of the President in the I u tore, as tbey have been ia the past. From the Toledo Blade. Johnson will retire cursed by all good men ; the Senators who, like him, shall prove false and betray their country's cause, must be awarded the same late. No one who voted that the President, in the second removal of Stanton, had vio lated the law, can now honestly vote against conviction. The people cannot be deceived ppon this point, and their conviction in tbe future will strentbeu rather than decrease. From th. Philadelphia Bulletin. These men take up their burdens of infamy and clothe themselves with their eternal shame without a shadow of ex cuse. Tbey have been bargained for, higgled over, weighed, and measured, and valued, and fioally paid for and de livered to their purchasers. It will be found that more than one of them has been bought with actual money, selling their miserable souls and con sciences for so many dollars. There are others no less base and treacherous, who bave sold themselves to their own spite, and the country is yet not quite prepared for what it is likely to learn very soon on this point But whatever has been the consideration received, the treason is the same, and so is the reward tbat will fol low it. From the Philadelphia Telegraph. The fact became clearly evident tbat the President had not reckoned without his host in anticipating aid and comfort from men hitherto regarded as Btannch Republicans. The worst fore bodings in regard to the attitude of Sen ators Fessenden and Trumbull appear to have been realized, and the only remain ing hope of conviction seems to be founded on a possibility tbat a few of tbe articles, and especially the eleventh, are so framed that no man who feels a spark of sympathy with the Republican cause can, without stultification, deny the truthfulness of their allegations. From the Detroit Post. The Republican party, through one or both branches tf the following State Legislatures, or through State conven tions, or both, has almost unanimously urged the impeachment and temoval of Andrew Johnson: Pennsylvania, New York, Maine, Wisconsin, Ohio, Mary land, Georgia, Massachusetts, Vermont, Michigan and Delaware, the recon struction couventions of Mississippi, Georgia, South Carolina; the Union Leagues of New Jersey and New York; and large muss meetings in Philadelphia, Chicago and other places, have also ex pressed tVemselves in favor of the con viction of the President. The " dnttbt ful " Senators need have no doubtepf the feeling in the Republican party on this sulject; and those who vote tor John son s acquittal will not have, from tha gedalia (Mo.) Times. If Mr. Henderson feels inclined to be tray his loyal constituents iu this great Commonwealth, it is entirely within hi discretion to do s. But when be votes for the acquittal of that infamous crim inal, Andrew Johnson, let him remember tbat when he returns to Missouri, the only welcome he will receive will come from rebels, bushwhackers and their sym pathizers. It he chooses to identify himself with this class of our citizens. well and good. The Radical party will nevtr have any further use for him. From th. Ironton Enterprise. We will not yet despair of a righteous verdict, but hope and trust that the Senate may prove true to the ceuntry and to the loyal people. The Senator who deserts us now need never again ask for favors from loyal men. Money and corrupt bargaining may induce Senators to acquit the man they know to be goilty of every charge brought against him, but the people will bold them responsible, and will forever con sign them to oblivion. The following resolutions were also telegraphed from a meeting at Chicago, held to icluence the vote of Mr. Trum bull: Ettofcel, That it is known to all men, was proved in the impeachment trial, beyond contradiction, and has been re peatedly asserted by Senator Trumbull, tbat Andrew Johnson did endeavor to overthrow Congress and to destroy the power of that body which, as a Congrss, carried on the war for the country, against rebellion; and every loyal man's common sense ia outraged by the asser tion or pretense that such conduct is not a high crime and miadem.aner againat the government cf tbe country. Iittohtd, That we are disappointed to End that I.yman Trumbull is repeating the great mjitakt he made daring Mr. I Lincoln's administration, lo not being able lo rite above the literal technicali ties of the forum of a mere crimioal court into tha atmosphere of statesman ship; and, if Mr. Trumbull is not capa ble of appreciating the difference be tween a Senatorial impeachment of political crimes and misdemeanors h' . threatens the publio weal, and . ... vocnuivai rnanuai iriaii, uuuo, u . uu.ut- ment in a court of law a distinction so manifestly made in tbs Constitution that no one whose mind has not been cramped by mere legal technicalities can fail to lee it -he has read that Constitntion to little purpose, and however estate and efficient be may be as a case lawyer, be Is not worthy, in times of publio peril, to occupy tbe place to which he was ele vated to act as a statesman. Tbe speakers at the meeting were very severe in comments npon tbeeondnct of the Tribune. 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The RECORD Is read by all the merchants in White, Van Buren, Conway, Jitard and Searcy eoontiee; alao by many ill Woodruff, Prairie, Jaokaoa and Independence. Address JACOB FKOLICII. JR.. Mend Ke rev. Ark. The Southern Advertiser. ensn-asM "8n3riflci ' bci? SteS," rXsUblished la 1858,') Lieading Organ of the Oenaiui Popula tion of the Sonth vm t LOail WTHDERXAH, Xditor and Frop'r OFFICE Con. Titan inujirraaaov trre. In Foetofflr. Boildinx Voxphia, Tena. ITS sieawdinrfv lax, tf rralatloa thronrb- el tb. eity and State off rs baine air, a. seetiant pewrtemity t. I ,aa tejeir boneiw. knew. t. the (hewauxie . t lieiai Una ia a -f,n f the ,tiaf- s ii. r.. auioN, wire OYSTER. TBEII TAUT A Ke-reSKCONJ 8TRKT. f ITT3 IiIS IXCLUtfVK ATTENTION l) ItL r.f prf-ly lad U. C.llertier ( W) - ei.iJ 9rm ( Flilin CenUi Per Week, NO. 66. 1, r ill WM.DEAar - S s - St la 4 ja ? 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MIOOU, "" A.'ttoi'noy - at - Law, at tmiom HtrU ppll HsUIMal 4 uurt uuout. MEMPHIS. TENNKKSKK. 1 1 i 1 w F. II. HI 1. 1, A llli. aTUMtlCO Oi' tliO 10000. , , '. ,. OF riCC, . JesTerec atrewS. I.e ; fib K u c -3 U 5 - it 'A e k o.J i t v. ffij pj i .-. , - PUBLIC DIRECTORY. i (iUURi" CUAi'a'l' lMkHlyllT),COR. L Ilernando and Linl-B stre.'s. ; : 11 AHNAKH k BAKMjM. KCllOUL FUR- niahiB Hops. 4B .m airea-t. 1 no nt)-at-Uar. balden Dan-imc, 15 Madison Street, Memphis. Tenn. LVARY CII UROH UPISCOPAL). COH. J Keeond and Aiiama sis.. Her. DrW hit . CENTRAL MKTHODIST C1IUKCU. 17 J Union street. He. J. '. C. Collins, pastor. 1URIHTIAN CHURCH. COR. LINUBN KJ and Mulberry streets. Key, jir. Oaakey. V WN. RELATIONAL UNION CliURCll, KJ I'nion street, bet. Third and Pe-oto. 7TN(RKlTATION BEN EM KIU (ISRA Kj KL1TK). eor.Second and Monroe ets. TiTTM UK KLANli PKKSBY'TEKIAN Vj Cliuirh, Court St.. bet. Second and Ihird. T .KAN A CO. W M ., l' AND liV4 POPLA 1 1 street, dealers in Groceries, Teas, etc. T alohTKTwaLIAMS CO. COTTON Furtr.rs. J'Jrl Frnntjrtreet; t MRST BAPTIaiT CUUHCU, SECOND St.. near Adams. He. A. B Miller. FMRST METHODIST CHURCH . SKCOND street, near Poplar. CIRST PRESBYTERIAN CUURCU.COR. M t f, I Tk:..l ....... 1iLANNKRY. JOSEPH. PRACTICAL 1 Plnmher. Gas and Steam Pipe Fitter. o3 Jefferson rtreet. ' ' 71 RACK CHURCH (EPISCOPAL). HKR VT nando street, bet. Pontotno and Vance. H H AYS COAI, COMPANY BEST PITT3 burst C"al. iftl Main .trewt. IFna"sL0 INriUKANCK COMPANY 17 Madismint., S. II. Williamson. Pros' II ESSE. LEVY k CO.. DRY GOODS, Etc, t: Main street. A M KK A ROOaiA, M ANUFACTI'RERS ot ft Fa rm ana sprira; w aeons, 2 jr perron au M ADAM K ANNA. FORTUNK-TKLLEK. No. ns riayoso atreet. M cOAFFREY A-COHNEUUS. undkr- taKera. wa s"cona siroei. M EMPUIS A OHIO RAILROAD DEPOT, head of Main street. 1IU0HK k W EST; INSURANCE AG To, 11 ja. V. cor. Main ann mamsonara. PICKET, KD. BURKE. ATTORNEY AT Law and Solicitor in Bankruptcy. OIBo., N". S Courthouse, cor. Union and Second ats. I DAINT STORK. PAINTERS' MATERl L al. McDonald k Cole. 44 Monroe st. )0MCK COMMISSIONERS,,' OFFICE, No. I. 4'4 Madison street. P'fOFFICKTCOR. JEFFERSON AND Tkird streets. R. C. Gist, Poe'master. TACKKNBT'SH, C. DEALER IN SASH, loorsand winrs iwi cecona srreer. OYSTER. TREZEVANT A CO., Auc tioneer., XTiv heoonn street- RUSSELL'S PRIVATE MEDICAL DIS pen wiry. 4fl and 41 Norfi Conrt street. O UBS ELL. GROVE A CO., OAY080 PLA JVnins Mill, 212, Adams street, eaet of tha Bayou. ' ECOND PRESBYTERIAN 1 cor. Main and Beal streets. CHURCH. ST. PATRICK'S CHURCH (CATHOLIC) corner Desoto and Linden streets. S- T. PETER'S CHURCH (CATHOLIC). CO R. Adams and Third streets, CT. MARY'S GERMAN CHURCH (CATll O OLIO, cor. Market aad Third streets. , tlT. LAZARUS CHURCH .(EPISCOPAL), O Madiaon street, east of Third. ST. 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THE COLLECTOR'S ASSISTANT! sivins the laws for collecting- debts, executing deeds, verifying claims and taking testimony, with forms tor every State ; with much other use ful information : the whole constituting an Official and Business MaouaL Prepared from official returns by John Liv ingston, of the New York bar. Secretary of th. Merchants' Union Law Company. New York: Published by the Merchants' Union Law Com pany. No. 128 Broadway, third floor (in th. American Fxchange National Bank Buildina). Th. bonk will be sent, prepaid, ta any ad dress in the United States on receipt of ten dollar: or. It will b. torwarded by express, with bill, to be paid on delivery. From Alex. W. Randall, Postmaster GeneTal St. John B. L. Skinner, irtt Assistant Post master General ; Joseph H. Blaokfan, Chiet Clerk Postoflic Department. Washington. D. C, February 34, IMS. John Livingston. Esq., Pecreta-y Merchants' Union Law Company, New York: I)aa Bia: Your new Law Registor and 01B cial Director', just iasued, apners to have fceern very careful ly prepared, and w. think nay b of grtet service in the tranaa'-tion of the basinets of this Department. Th. work wiir taatlees pro, valuable to .very official, banker, merchant and busineaa man. . ' ALEX. W.RANDALL. Pueimastcr General. ST. JOHN R. L. SKINNER. First Assi-tmt Postmaster General. JOSEPH 11. BLACKFAN. Chief CLrk Postottioe Department. From Ttnn. FRANCIS P. SPINNER, Trta rer of th. United Statea.1 Washjnotoic. D. C, February M. 18f. John Livingston. Esq., Secretary Merchants' Union Law Co.: - miA nffi Dxiarta: ins new i""r - - .... iS Lector,, jo.t i.ued. antyr. to b.v. been very eammiy i' "" i .V " Z7-' -i; intb. de. ef, .very promnent official, bnk ,r. m.reht. and ''V.,Dt"srTNSTR. j Tres'arer Unhed States. T1IE SOMESTILLE riLCW, j IHE ONLY PAPER PUBLLsHED IN (j,. Wealthy and Populous county f Fayetts. 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