The Savannah Daily Herald
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MriSumner followed up his denunciator*
»a*rks uttered upon the introduction of
UieFresidenfg special message on the im
RW* “r Vio ‘ em T the neit
Her*id T Xs P ° m ° f the New Vork
minttf th»™ Pt Md denounee-
S!“! 2L l ji e measajje received from the Pres
tiutejaecurinv th en *^ )r yumner . neces
®°°r to r Wm to-day that
Keaoull&I? f lndlr ? ct substantiation to
° f ‘ U * atUck ' Accor -
Wu L th» to L W son a ß aln reported his
unon . * br °e at,o “ of all laws based
E of Color ’ and s “mner fol
temtrks occupying about an hour
Jhe speech in question
teflon of iL S than an em Phatic reci
dence u Um “ er ? P r 'Vate correspon
terriLT Sfftt ° m S fflcers in ‘he
i tlle Treedmen s Bureau, strong
mmded-gpinstera, engaged in the conduct of
nnt g i. f*^L S ’ 80(1 interlarded with copious
notes from the report of Carl Schurz The
theße epistles, which were anonv-
JS? far M ‘he Senate was allowed to know
n Pl ?if Bted - tile lali,udt allowed
th! „E‘t “> reforming its civil government,
Preaident e r n oUr *!. of P" d °ning that the
lo«?tv h M/k ?r? d ’ and lhe wan ‘ of hon
, loyalty to the Umou, even among the re
conatructtonUu of thoseßtates. A sufficient
number of frightful examples" of tortured
mlS^*JL Dd New England school
£!!*?*’ ,7 ere ‘hr° w n in to furnish dramatic ef
***“ the assumption of hardly suppressed
Nor did the
■»*■£“*• aT ° w that he remembered
‘«® *P m ‘ of the “whitewashing mes-
X® 6 #k the endeavor therein
roan “ e of offlcial oblivion”
over all these enumerated wrongs upon hu
d!o3i!£\h^!i e a , uilude of th ® body
of M? i!f m decl^ atorjr readiQ Sos ‘he views
?L* r ® u mn er 8 Southern friends was not
f»i a “ en ‘mn, nor even entirely
mv ndlCation3 , of f x cessive boredom.
Mr. aaulsbury gained the floor immediately
afterwards, and affirmed in a ten
minutes speech, that if these pre
monitory symptoms of a radical outbreak
were to be followed by a war upon the
administration, then the minority, of which
“Vf** a P. art > would accept the wage of
such a battle and uphold the hands of the
Prwident against all foes. Three o'clock
reached, and there was an
”“??* d f»ire to adjourn, but Senator Cowan
could not allow the speech of the Senator
from Massachusetts to go forth to the coun
ty without further protest, and for half an
hour he indulged in a keen analysis of the
whole attack, with its unauthenticated ac
companying evidence, and for the firs; time
during the session drew an audible smile and
stifled applause from the galleries.
Unintentionally anl through the unguard
ed whitewashing” qualification ot Sumner
yesterday, the issue between the radicals and
the policy ot the President has been thus
early defined and fully recognized. It is
safe to presume that the fortnight for which
Congress proposes to adjourn to-morrow
will be turned to active account by the assail
antt m endeavoring to organize the details
of their attack.
T*s PnesiwiXT of ihsSs.-u.tk —The Presi
dent ot the Senate, Mr. Foster, of Connecti
cut, now Occupies, to all intents and purpos
es, the position of Vice President of the Uni
ted Steles. In the event of the death of
. T!‘£ en V 0 r? 80D ’ therefore, in the interval
Wlßfeß, Mr. boater, as be now stands, would
become President of the United Slates. He
is understood to be a sort of semi-radical
•enu-conservative Old-Line Whig ; but it is
probable that this is not enough for the lead
ing Radicals. Hence there may be some
truth in the report afloat that there is some
tela of a change in the presiding officer of
the Senate. Perhaps Charles Sumner may be
the coming man. Who knows? In any
event, we trust that the life and health of
President Johnson may be spared to the
country to the end of his present term ofot
flee and for many years after its expiration.
Ntw York IleraiU.
A FasscHMAS’sßLcaDE*.—M. Jules Janin
m the fehiUeton of the Paris Debats, writes
the foildering sentence : “This century was
yet in its tin, an English word which expres
ses very well—this country was not yet
twenty years old.” Whereupon an English
journal remarks: We presume the famous
feuilletonist means “teens," which, however,
is not applies ble to all numbers under twen-
Ij, but only to those alter twelve—thirteen
President Johnson has ordered the bill re
lating to freedmen in Mississippi, prohibit
ing th em from renting or leasing lands in
that State, to be disregarded, and General
Howard has instructed the officers of the
Government in that State to continue to pro
tect the freedmen in their right to lease prop
The Lewiston, Me., children are precoci
ous. The Journal says a little girl in that
city, before going to bed the other night said
she first wanted to ‘ say her prayers and
have some whiskey!" This style of Christi
anity must be rather bracing for young
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