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From tb New York Sun (Rep.)
Partr feeling is. a good thins when it
il based on sincere patriotism, and is
guided by wisdom ; but tbe extreme vio
lence displayed by some of tbe partisan
journals in regard to the result of tbe
imoeauhment trial must be condemned
at excessive and unjustifiable. Take for
instance the following extract from tbe
Albany Evening Journal:
"Four men are responsible tor this
great wrong, and upon them tbe insulted
and outraged nation will put the heavy
burden of iti condemnation. Messrs.
Fessenden, Trumbull, Grimes and Hen
derson may excuse, with whatever pre
texts they oan find, their refusal to meet
tbe demands of justice, and perform the
solemn duty imposed npon them. But
the naked, indisputable, and damning
fact remains, that they have betrayed
tbeir trusts, have forfeited their honor,
have violated the eath which each of them
took, have forfeited their reputation for
consistency and fidelity to principle."
Un tbe other band, consider tbe solemn
words with which Senator Feseenden con
eluded hisopinion delivered in the secret
session of the Senate on Monday last :
Tbe people nave not beard tbe evi
dence as we have heard it. Tbe respon
sibility is not npon them, but npon ns.
They have sot taken an oath to do i m par
tial justice according to the Constitution
and tbe laws. 1 nave taken that oatn ;
cannot render judgment npon their con
viction, nor can they transfer to them
selves my punishment if I violate my
oath. 1 should consider mysell node'
serving of the confidence that the just
and intelligent people imposed upon me
this great responsibility, and unworthy
a clace among honorable men, if, for any
fear of publio reprobation, and for Hie
sake of securing popular favor, 1 snould
disregard the coaviction of my judgment
and my conscience. Tbe consequences
which mar follow, either from conviction
or acquittal are not for me, with my con
victions, to corrsider. Ihe future is m
the hands of Him who made and governs
the universe, and the fear that lie will
not govern it wisely and well would not
excuse me for a violation ef His law.
Tbe enraged journalist, from whom we
hare Quoted tbe above denunciation, con
ulers that tbe oath ot the Senators binds
them to judge in the case, not as the law
and the evidence shall seem to them to
require, but as the mass of Republican
voters and newspapers nave determined
for them beforehand. No matter what
are their real convictions they must not
enter a verdict in accordance with tbem,
unless that verdict should also meet the
nnroval of tbe throng outside of tbe
courtroom. Ibe failure to see the case
as it is seen by partisans and party jour
nals, and tbe daring to express tbeir real
sentiments and to give tbe judgment of
the party, is regarded as a damning fact,
proof It at tbey bave betrayed tbeir
trusts, forfeited their honor, and violated
their oath t
What Would Conviction Have BeeaWorthl
Let us suppose that the Radical con-
piratora at Washington had succeeded
n winning s verdict ot condemnation,
what value would such a verdiet have
had 1 Tbey failed to secure a verdict by
the judicial trial Tbe people saw that,
nd that as a question ot law ana evi
ence. of justice and fair dealing, the im
peaebment cause was lost Tbe conspir
ators and their outside auxiliaries then
seoutcd tbe pretense that it was a judi
cial Droceedinu. and resorted to the cor
rupt tactics of partisan political proceed
ings to secure verdict. Such a verdict
would of coarse carry no moral weight
It would imply.no moral guilt oa Ibe
part of ibe accused. It would have been
the mere judgment of a political party
avirg temporary power which is onset
by the jndgmeotof tbe opposite political
party. But every judicial element woald
be stricken oat of such a judg ment,
while those conniving at it would cover
themselves with infamy, since they per
verted a solemn judicial proceeding lato
party instrumentality, and seduced atea
to perjure themselves
It was coward'r ahd otherwise de
gracelnl that, afier appointing Saturday
as the titM to Uke the vote epna all tbe
articles, tbe defeated Fenelore shoa'd
have slunk behind aa adjournment lor
tea days the an ore cowardly aa the ad-
joarameat itself was a complete eon ten
sion of disco aaniare. Bet the eeueiry
II bow aaderstaae, inat at well a
though the vote had bete takea eo all the
artirU a, that imptkmt it 4md.
We wonder if the vote 'bat Wade pro-
oanred fur k' SB at If dida t cover kis
lor.fa with roc fl a est pustule. 'Lcnif
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MEMPHIS. TENNESSEE. MONDAY EVENING, MAYA 1SGS.
Tbe New York WorUtt Washington
letter of tbe 16ib, after alluding to tbe
fierce denunciation of tbe seven "re1
oreant," Senators, eayt ; '. ,.
' It is onbtushingly asserted that what
has hten done or said against them is as
nothing to what will happen as toon at
there are enough of the carpel-bag Sena
tors ia to enable the majority to dis
pense wite their vote. Tbe original ia
tenlion of having them formally read out
of the party at Chicago bat been so far
reconsidered that lair fuoe it ' to be
borne toward tbem aatil tbey may have
aided to override the veto, whion it it
taken as a foregone conclusion the
Pretident wilt give both the Arkansas
and omnibus reoonttruction bills. This
service once received at Iheir hands it
will be war to the knife. By the
time those Southern States in which
bogus eonstitutiont have been framed,
Awa. in alt v . t rr. 1 1 . I 1 1.
Senate will consist of sixty eight mem
bers, two thirds will be forty-six and Ibe
tbirfy-five Senators voting to-day for
conviction, with the fourteen carpet
baggers added, will show an unbroken
front of forty-nine votes, or three more
than the required two thirds. . To secure
this new lease of power, the vote of tome
one of the recreant Senators at they are
kindly termed will be necessary, and
whoever gives this vote will, by that act,
at once doom himself and the six who
acted with him to-day to the certain fale
of ostracism from the party. ' 8eeing
this, it it thought here that the veto of
the reconstruction hills stands fair
chance of not being overriden, as also
tbe veto of any other measure which
would give tbe conviotion Senators tbe
opportunity of reading out the recusants
of to day. ' ,
The Elsvsnth Artiole.' 1 '
At the caucus of tbe Radical members
of the High Court, held at Senator Pome
roy't on Friday night, to concert mra-
Kures to secure the conviction of the
President, it was resolved that tbe Court
should first vole on the eleventh Article
of tbe impeachment series, as the one
most probable to receive the needed
number of votes to convict Tbis article
waa the straw the drowning unpeachert
grasped aU It wat hoped ,tOi secure a
technical conviction on if, although it
was the weakest straw of the whole
bundle. When first proposed in tbe
Honfce, it was rejected as wholly imma
terial and absurd, and it was only the
pertinacity of Toad. Stevens that at last
procured its adoption against the judg
ment of a majority of bis associates.
Since the close of the evidence on the
trial the managers themselves, in their
harangues before the Court, virtually
admitted that it is only on the main
charges of the removal of Stanton, the
appointment of Thomas, etc., the Presi
dent can be convicted, and that the
others must fall to tbe ground. Yet, on
Saturday morning, when they found that
the requisite number of Senators) were
not prepared to pronounce Andrew
Johnson guilty of any of these high
crimes and misdemeanors, they trusted
to the very vagueness and absurdity of
the eleventh article to induce them on
that to reverse, their judgment. Tbeir
buccess has not been encouraging, and
tbey may well delay a "vote on the other
articles, for not one of them will com
mand as many votes as did the vague
statement of the eleventh article.
Pittsburg Pott. '
The conviction and removal of the
President, and the succession of Wade
hv his own vote, after the eartisan clamor
that had been exacted front one end of
the country to the other, for the purpose
of influencing tbe High Uourt, would
have been the greatest possible blunder,
in a party sense, that the Radicals oould
have committed. It would have been
worth all the doubtful SUtes, if there are
anv such, to the Democrats in the Presi
dential election in November.' Acquittal,
of course, will not leave tbe Uadical
party unarmed. The damage done to
the battered hulk of radicalism by the
original blunder in impeaching must be
verv arrest, but it will be minute in com
parison to the consequences that would
have followed an unjust and outrageous
conviction, such as that brought by Beast
But er and his subordinates. Acquittal
leaves the Radicals less vulnerable to
Democratic assaults, than would im
peachment Tbey can 'now be assailed
for attempting an unparalleled outrage,
but not for having consummated, it,
Conviction would also bave rendered
iti 11 more the irreparable breacb-in tbe
ranks of the Republicans themselves.
On the whole, the Radicals have much
to be thankful for in tbe vote of Satnr
day. They will bave , enough of sins
nolitical. moral and social, to answer tor,
before tbe really Grand Inquest of the
nation in November, aethe case stands.
Tbe removal of the President would bave
swamped them beyond all hope of resnr-
rection. fituourg i'ott. , , , .
Knowing Hit Jfa.
The Chicago Tribune (Radical), in
aatwer to abase for sustaining the seven
Senators, speaks as follows, what the
eountiy knew before. . " When rogues
fallout," etc.: " " -J ' '
We know the men who are egging on
this crusade against us. We know what
Ihey can do, and what they cannot do.
They care no more for the success of the
Republican party than to. many wild
byenat in South Africa. They are bent
upon making one more raid upon the
pockett of the people in the present Con
gress. Thev think that if' they can
weaken the Tribune in the confidence of
the people they will have gained one
great point in their intended burglary.
We tell them to go ahead, by all means.
We can afford to pay them fifty cents per
line for their advertising, Tbe peniten
tiary is full of hnnester men than tbey
full oi better Republicans than .they.
They are totally indifferent to Andrew
Johnsoo fa aey political sense. The
thing tbey are after it dollar! dollar
which they have not earned. Tbey will
not get what they are aftr e
As for Iheir dupes and tools, we award
lb em the fall sneasare of oar rty, and
we eoly hope that tbey taay get tone
thing worth having ia return for the mis
erab'e exhibition they are snaking of
Who dared to think or dream, whea
Thad. Steven, three er fear weeks ego,
ws shaking his skinny for Cngey at the
Senate, that the resell of the impeach
soent trie I that body woeld he what it
aesbeea! What is that old fore-fir f-r
it for bow hat to he Beiltd t oa .-
Hoard tat point the roavd to perdition t
A Header SsfnUd. .
Some of eur exchanges are re-circa
latin: tbe story that at oae time we were
an olhoer in the army bat were expelled.
We were never in tbe army except a
newspaper corresponded, and then naly
for four snootba in tue early part 01 ir)bd
While with the army at Helena, Ark
while General B. iL Prentiss, ol Quiney
III., wa in command there, we saw to
mtCD OI nie aicauna, specaiatinp;, mouin-
netency and disregard fr banian life.
that we felt it a duty to write facts con
cerning matters there. At we did tbit at
time when paid writert in "loyal
rjaoera were Bulling him. it caused
ttampede, onr arrest, a mock trial, and
the ittning of the following dooument,
which we eopy verbatim. It will be teen
that the order expelt ut at a citizen, as
we oould not have been tent out bad we
been an officer, without due trial byeoart
Here ia the document our badge of
honor: 1 -
Ha-nq'sa, DiSTiieror Kisr Askavsao.)
: ItaLcaa. At.. March M. ieM. (
General Orders, No. 19.
: M. M. Pomeror. a citizen of Wiseon
sin, having been found in the lines of the
army in this District at a correspondent
of the La Cross Demaorat, newspa-
per published at La Crosse. Wisconsin
and there being ample evidence in the
possession of the General commanding,
that he baa been oommnnicating to and
publishing in said paper, over hit signa
ture at such correspondent, articles con
taining disloyal sentiments, and filled
with remarks calculated to discourage
and demoralize tbe army, and that he
believes tbe war for tbe rettoration of
tbe Union " a murderous crusade for
cotton and niggers," and the loyal sol
diers of the armies operating in the Mis
sissippi Valley to be a band of thieves
and robbers, said M. M. Pomeroy is
hereby ordered to leave tbe lines o fthit
army immediately, and not return under
penalty of arrest as a spy.
Br order of Brig. Gen. . PaiHTisg.
. The entire country is familiar with Ibe
history of Arkansas while nmlnr the con
trol of Cnrtis. Steele, Washburn and
Prentiss, when the energies of. the com
rounding generals were devoted, not to
fighting, but to male and cotton stealing,
To have written other than we did would
have been indorsing wrong, and that is
not in our line.. . : . :.. x ""i
: The above, being oflioial, is, we think,
sufficient to refute the slanders which
many Jacobin papers are publishing
against ns. As a matter of justice we
ask the papers that have thus wronged
ns to publish the above, And also desire
our editorial friendt of the country to do
the same. LaCrosse Democrat.
. Th Consequences of th Surrender.
f.nm th. Vaw Vnrk Trihnna M.v 1(1
Should the President be acquitted, will
anv of the recreant Senator! whe vote to
sustain bis crimes inform ut what it to
prevent him from annulling every las
passed by Congress relative to recon
struction. Tbe acts providing for new
State governments he vetoed on tbe
around that they were unconstitutional,
If the Senate concedes, with Mr. Grimes,
that he is the higher authority on this
point, he has only to declare void tbe
military bill, recall the department com
manders, dissolve and disperse the south
ern legislatures, and summons new legis
latures to be elected by tbe white vote
only. If Gen. Grant refuses to issue or
transmit such orders, the President may
onul the bills placing the control of the
armv under Grant, and order him to re
nort for duty at Galena. Illinois. Hav-
og had new State governments elected
in the Swth on the while vote only, he
may call especial session of Congress,
and by military force require it to admit
tbe Southern Senators from his Johnson
iaed srovernments to their seats.
The acaoittal of Johnson is but the
beginning of the storm. Each acquittal
heretofore has only nerved bim to com
mit acts whioh more resolutely defied
-Congrest and the people, and invited
punishment. He will not fail to do the
same hereafter. ' Grimes, Fessenden,
Henderson, and Trumbull must prepare
to share tbe blame of a complete revolu
tionary subjugation of Congress to the
President, and a nullification and lorci
ble resistance to all tbe laws he bas
vetoed, and an ejection of all officers.
including Gen. Grant, wbo have incurred
bis displeasure. Get down, noble Sena
tors, therefore, into the dust. Go at
vour work of eating dirt as if you like
it. You will hare too much of it to do
to make any ado about it at tbe outset.
The Trial and Basult.
Tbe Pittsburg Post thus truthfully and
appropriately speaks of the impeachment
case: Ibe great result is in no tense a
partisan triumph. . It is a ruling of the
wise and good-men of both parties over
the powerful and destructive Radical
element that rules tbe legislature of tbe
nation with wicked violence and fright
ful excess. Before the tremendous
issues involved, the personal merits or
demerits Of tbe President are lost tight
ot He wat not on trial, in reality, but
rather the permanence and stability of
oar Government tbe independence of its
co-ordinate departments and above all,
the purity of judicial proceedings from
partisan and fanatical clamors were the
great questions involved. We can forget
Johuson in the great principles he repre
sented in thia trial Rut while we exult
in no partisan sense, it is a proud thought
to Demoerats that, united with iheir
representative Senators, in this vindica
tion dT the great principles of constitu
tional government, were the noblest, the
best, and tbe purest of the opposition ;
men whose abilities we have long re
spected and conceded, and who, in sep
arating themselves in the hoar of trial
from tbe horde of Jacobins that consti
tute Radicalism, have shown the courage
of heroes and the honest faith of Chris
The hydrophobia Radical Democrat,
of 8l Loui. srives it id. but trusts Con
gress and the General with the brand of
faleehood on his forehead, nevertheless.
Nominally, and legally the great case
is settled, for though there il a chance
f,r conviction on the articlet yet to be
voted on, we candidly confest we do But
expect iL Virtually the case it decided,
and Mr. John sob will remain in office
for nine or ten months longer, to work
cat ar.y iniquitous schemes r.is feriite
brain taay invent. Whatever they may
be, we still have confidence ia an over-
helming majority of both houses of
Coog'. and ia the General ol the er-
y, trae to liberty ana ine rgiiis oi uie
aenr'e, to wa'-ci aim, ana wra on many
evils, though it is enhappily ia his power
to eaaaeaaiaU.a boat of wroagt hyoad
their prevoeiunev. - I
Demesrati State Coaptation.
i By direction ol the Democratic Cen
tral Committee, a Stale Convention ia
called, to assemble at the eity of Nash
ville, on the 9tb day of Jens, 18GH, for
the purpose of appointing delegatee to
attend the National Democratic Conven
tion, which will meet at the eity of New
York, on tha 4th of July next,
i The people of tbe different oonntiet
throughout tbe State are requested to
hold county eonventiont and appoint
delegate to represent tbem in said Slate
: All persons opposed to the policy of
the Radioal party arvcordtally invited to
, Democratio and Conservative newspa
pers of the State are requested to publish
tbit call. By order of tbe Committee.
, Taos. U. Jekniios, Chm'n.
L D. Wahib. Secretary.
Tbaddtat Itevens ei the Blblt.
The Ltncstter (PennJ Intelligencer,
published at the home of Toad. Stevens,
thus alludes to a phase of his character
bicb will be exceedingly gratifying to
the pious preachers of the gospel who,
have been hie special enemies and fcn
" During all his life, Tbaddeus Stevent
hat openly tcoffdi! at tbe Christian re
ligion. A few yean since while trying a
ease at a town in another part of this
State, be and some other lawyers were
conversing one evening, when one of the
party adduced tbe Bible at authority for
nine statement he had made. 'Oh.'
ftaid Mr- Stevent, 'the B ble is no author
ity. It it nothing but the obsolete his
tory of a barbarout people I " , 'A y
Senator Anthony it tbe editor of the
Providence (R. I ) Journal In the late
impeachment business the paper showed
itself the better man of the two. Louis
ville Journal. ' " r
The project of building a monument to
Lincoln, at Washington, after the designs
of Mist Hosmer, by tbe freedmen of the
United Slates, hat been abandoned. t
A man ft about to be tried for murder
in Paria for having blown out tbe brain
of a friend, who wanted to commit tui
cide, hut. hadn't the courage.
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