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33 state of affairs, rightly viewed, and not through assassination of these Arkansas Congressmen, EDITORIAL ARTICLES: Our Duty................
eyes blinded by partisan malice and prejudice, that we read that in the same State, on the 20th The Civil Service..
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crimes of violence are of frequent occurrence. out. The further intelligence that comes over Longfellow's New England Tragedies........
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41 Who but the Radical party, which in Congress nent Radicals in that city have purchased an addiForeign......
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it has assumed to rule with absolute authority? | pose them. Thirty Cents per month, payable to the Carriers.
And what does all, taken together, prove? What Books intended for Review should be sent in
Not to be behind Arkansas, in the illustration early in the Week to receive prompt notice. Ad- eise
Ad. else but that Reconstruction is a dead failure, and vertisements must be left at the Office on or before that the only way to have peace and tranquility,
of the beauties of Radical rule, New Orleans
sends us an account of a bloody fracas in the Thursday, otherwise they will be too late for inser-is in accordance with the original and only constitutional theory of the Government-to remite
streets between rival political clubs, white Demotion in that Week's paper. Applications from Persons desiring to act as these States to the full possession of their rights
crats and negro Republicans. According to the Agents or Canvassers received at the Office. Com- under the Constitution, and leave them to settle
report of the Agent of the Associated Press, the munications should be addressed to their own internal affairs in their own way? Who
negroes were the aggressors, first insulting and THE STATESMAN, can doubt but that if such were done, peace and
then firing upon their political opponents, who No. 162 Baltimore Street,
were passing in torch-light procession.
Firearms be more directly interested in this result than the
were freely used ; Canal street, where the collision | people of Arkansas themselves? Who is there
took place, being strewn with the fragments of that has aught to gain from a continuance of the torches and oil from the lanterns carried by the The week opens with a fresh brace of murders present state of misrule and anarchy but the Re-clubs-and, it is to be presumed, some blood
inasmuch as the coroner held eight inquests next reported in Arkansas. The victims, this time, publican party, which counts each fresh “out
morning, over three whites and five blacks, killed are said to be a man named Hinds, a "carpet-rage” as worth so many votes ?
in the melée. One white man is described to bag” representative in Congress from that State,
have been murdered and literally chopped to and a traveling companion and colleague by the It is not to be overlooked in connection with the nie
to the pieces with an axe or hatchet by the negroes, at a name of Brooks. The former is reported killed, latest crimes reported from Arkansas, that there
there distance from the scene of riot.
The fronts of the latter desperately wounded; the scene of the are two versions of the killing of the two men,
two men houses in the immediate vicinity are said to have occurrence, Monroe county; and in the same Hinds and Brooks. According to the Radical be
been thoroughly peppered with bullets, and order county, a day or two before, another person named account, of course, it is a clear case of rebel vil
rebel vil was only finally restored by the appearance of a Coolsey, described as an "outspoken Republican,” | lainy, Ku-Klux Klan, and all that; but according Song
all that; but according squadron of Federal cavalry. Who is it that has is reported killed. These, and similar evidences to another version these men were put out of the escited and fomented this hostility between the of lawlessness in the South, the New York Tri- way, not only that they might serve the Radical races at the South, which is beginning, every day. bune groups together under the heading of “The cause more effectually by their deaths than they to vield such bitter and bloody fruits ? Certainly New Rebellion," and, in common with the rest of could possibly do in their lives, but for the fur- not the Southern whites who are dependent upon the Republican press, seeks to make the most of, ther reason that their fidelity to the Republi
the labor of the negroes, who live in their midst, in the way of electioneering capital, by dint of can side had began to be suspected, and their
|and who have everything to gain from the preserwholesale exaggeration and inflammatory appeals influence over the negroes was feared. It was vati
10 was vation of friendly relations with them everything to the passions of its readers. A few weeks ago feared, in the event of their own defection, that to fear from the infusion of a spirit of strife and we had information of the assassination of Gen- they might carry over many of the negroes with enmity
roes with enmity. To Radical teachings and Radical in
To Re eral Hindman, at his home near Helena, in the them, and cause them to vote the Democratic trigues, and to no other cause, all this trouble same State. The General was not a "carpet-bag-ticket. Hence, it is suggested, it was found neces
and misery may be attributed. ger," nor even a Radical. He had always been sary to be rid of them, and no way so certain and ultra-Southern in politics—a warm personal friend expeditious as that of killing them. The one ver- Some of our readers who may not be in the and partisan of President Davis, and a Major- sion, to say the least of it, is quite as probable as habit of seeing the prominent organs of Radical General in the Confederate army. No political the other. The same party which, for political opinion at the North, or have had no opportunity capital could be made out of his death; conse- ends, did not scruple to hang an innocent woman of studying personally Northern sentiment with quently, the fact was dismissed with the simple in the face of heaven and before the whole world, reference to the South, may, perhaps, think that comment that no clue could be found to the per- in the capital of the Republic, would not stickle we exaggerate a little in our representations as to petrator of the bloody deed. It proves, however, at such a trifle as “losing' two of its doubtful the tone of malignant mis-representation which that Southern men as well as Radicals may be adherents in the back-woods of Arkansas. It pervades the bulk of the Northern press. For murdered in Arkansas. And what does the whole does not tend to discredit this last theory of the their benefit we will describe some of the pictorial illustrations which embellish the last number of Seymour stirs the horrid broth
chusetts in regard to the Southern character, he
Bound about his head a rag Harpers' Weekly, the Journal of Civilization "so
From the Alabama's flag:
added that there the traditional idea of the
Cloak of canvas that the gale called.” Passing by one or two of the larger
Wrested from the pirate's sail:
Southern man still prevails; that he is viewed as
Wand of witchery that bore drawings, which, although political in their char
“a compound of indolence and intolerance-pis
Treason's flag in '64, acter, are sufficiently unexceptionable, we have a
With a weird and hissing sound
tol in one pocket, dirk in the other; cigar in one
Rocks the cauldron round and roun half-page cut entitled "Matched," from the pen
And he cries, “ 'Tis very good!
side of his mouth, quid of tobacco in the other.”
Lo! the cup of Brotherhood !". cil of Nast, whose name only needs a final y. On
W. A. CROFFUT. Who is responsible for this ignorance, and what the one side stands General Grant, represented
part are the Harpers, the publishers of the Jouras calmly smoking his cigar upon the scene of his We had intended to follow with some choice ex. nal of Civilization, the editors of The Tribune, Vicksburg triumph; on the other, Governor Sey-tracts from The Independent, The Tribune. The and the like, answerable for in the creation and mour, with his hair brushed up on both sides of Nation, and some others of the leading organs of dissemination of such ideas in regard to the peohis head, so as to give him the appearance of Radicalism, but out of consideration for our read-ple of the South? having horns--a piece of pictorial wit in which ers we forbear. "Enough is as good as a feast,'' ,
1 artists of the Nast-y school seem to hugely de- and what we have given will suffice to show the
In the last number of The Nation, a paper light—is haranguing a New York mob, beneath animus which governs a large and influential por:
which is not without some traces of manlithe glare of a gas-lamp, from the cross-l ar of tion of the Northern press in the discussion of
ness and honesty at times, in its editorial conwhich a negro is hanging by the neck, while the Southern affairs. We may as well say the larger!
duct, we find a partial admission of the truth of steps of the City Hall are spattered with the and more influential portion, for there is no doubt
what we have said of its party generally. It blood and brains of a negro infant, whose corpse that those journals at the North which are con
says: “In the mouths of a great many who now is lying at the Governor's feet. A"colored or- ducted with most ability, and command the widest
call themselves Radical, and put the name forward phan asylum'' is burning in the background. On circulation, belong to the Republican party. Of
as their great title to confidence, it has ceased to another page we have not less than three smaller those we have named, The Tribune boasts a cir
mean anything good or useful. They have made
Tit a synonym wood-cuts, one of which is called “All quiet on culation of 300,000 copies in its several editions.
for violence, for extravagance, the Potomac"'--the subject, the President of the The others all reach large and intelligent circles of
for perturbation and disorder, for scorn of United States, decked in regal robes and with a readers, who thence derive most of their infor
'the human understanding, for disdain of the crown upon his head, lying drunk upon the side- mation upon political subjects, and nearly all their
light of history, and the teachings of science, walk; the second, “A White Boy in Blue,” is a opinions. Now, we do not approve of calling
and the slow, safe processes of law." What ragged Irish urchin, drawing a little toy-horse by names. An epithet is at all times the worst pos
more could we have said ourselves? a string, with a lighted torch on his shoulder-sible substitute for an argument. It is the cheap The Radicals seem to be greatly exercised on the meaning somewhat obscure; the third is a est and nastiest kind of logic. But there are the subject of Mr. Reverdy Johnson's sayings wretched imitation of a drawing which appeared some things which it is impossible to characterize and doings in England. They were highly ofmany years ago in the London Punch, intended as in fitting terms without a recourse to plain Saxon. fended, because at the Cutlers' dinner at Shefa satire upon the ignorance which, in spite of We remember some years ago, when the wordy field he did'nt insult Mr. Roebuck, and was civil “National Schools,” is still to be found in some war waxed high between the great metropolitan to Lord Wharncliffe, who had been polite to him. of the remote districts in England, particularly newspaper organs of civilization and refinement- But the crowning offence of all is, that at Liveramong the collieries. Two coal-miners were pic- when the pot daily called the kettle black, and all pool the other day he actually took Mr. Laird by tured as looking at a well-dressed man from the the amenities of journalism that distinguished the hand-Mr. Laird, the M. P. who spoke and city; one says to the other, “'un be from Lunnon the Eatanswill Gazette were revived and repro- yoted in his place in Parliament in favor of South
-be 'un? Mun I 'eave a rock at 'un?” The duced by the leading New York dailies—The ern rebels--the great ship-builder from whose same thing reappears in Harper, as illustrative of Times, in revenge for the nickname of "little ship-yard was launched the Alabama. What the “Appreciation of Art in North Carolina.” An villain,” given to its principal editor by The Radicals want Mr. Johnson to have done is not artist, with easel and sun-umbrella, is engaged in Herald, adopted the habit of speaking of the perfectly clear. Probably, The Tribune people sketching. Two murderous looking “Johnny- latter paper as the "satanic journal,” and the would have been satisfied with nothing short of Rebs," with guns in their hands, approach from ''satanic press.” As illustrating the spirit of his pulling Mr. Laird's nose or spitting in his behind, and the following dialogue is supposed to Radicalism generally, and particularly that which face. The Tribune's code of manners is very take place:
actuates the Radical press, we think the epithet much on a par with its politics. What Mr. JohnFirst Native.--"Who's 'im, Bill?!!
well chosen and altogether applicable. Certainly, son has done, however, has been simply this, that Second Native.-"D-d carpet-bagger!"
First Native.-"What kind of a Yankee trick is the disposition which seeks to foment strife, to having been received everywhere in England with that he's up to ?”
keep alive hate, to encourage sectional animosi- marked demonstrations of kindness and respect, Second Native.-"Be dad-drat if I know. Shall I spli: his gizzard ?”
"ties, and by every species of falsehood and exag- he has responded to these manifestations of cor“The Democratic Hell-Broth” furnishes another
geration to widen the breach between North and diality in a like spirit of heartiness and good-will.
South, and open afresh the wounds of civil war, What else he ought to have done it is hard to subject for the prolific and inventive pencil of
can have its origin and its inspiration only in the conceive. Nast. Governor Seymour, General Frank Blair
It may well be that, in some of his spirit of all Evil, and the worst passions of our dinner-table utterances, Mr. Johnson has been a and General Wade Hampton figure as the witches in “Macbeth,'' around a bubbling cauldron which fallen nature.
little gushing at times, and that the natural opbears the initials C. S. A.; K. K. K. The fol
timism of his character has calored somewhat too lowing lines are appended, with the author's
| All that we have above cited is highly promotive highly the pictures he has drawn of unbroken
of harmony and union-calculated to allay bitter- amity and accord between the two countries. All name: Double, double, toil and trouble,
ness and strife--to heal the wounds left by civil war this, we doubt not, is as well understood in Eng
-an admirable commentary, in short, upon the Re- land as here, and that--all due allowance made for In the motley fragments throw:
publican motto, “Let us have peace.” It shows a certain amount of exaggeration in expression, a Hand of Treason, reeking red,
the sincerity of that good will which the Repub- somewhat too hyperbolical way of putting thingsPoison-fang of Copperhead, Tongue and lip of perjured Lee,
licans feel for their Southern brethren. Mr. John Mr. Johnson is fairly credited with an honest deBitter tear of refugee,
Quincy Adams, in one of his late speeches in sire to promote a good understanding between the Blossom from a martyr's grave,
South Carolina, speaking of the people of Massa- two Governments, and to adjust in an amicable chusetts and of the South, said, “I do not think and satisfactory manner all pending questions in that they understand each other. I think they dispute. This we take to be clearly the purport have no more idea of each other than the man in of Lord Stanley's remarks at the Liverpool din
the moon has of either," and by way of illustra- ner in question, and it is the idea generally put Seasoned with guerilla's oath.
I ting the extent of ignorance cherished in Massa- forth by the English press in its comments upon
Fire burn and cauldron bubble.
Curse of planter, prayer of slave,
Rod of "Moses," which he lost