one of their number, as a lobby member to Congress.
This action was taken at the suggestion, as it is understood, of Charles Sumner, who is anxious that this class of citizens should bring all their "moral pressure" to bear on the present Congress. anxious for power than it is to hasten the reconstruction of the Union." The Mercury will have its joke. --Prentice.
Sumner called President Johnson's message in relation to the South "a whitewashing document." Use a ton of whitewash upon SumnerSumner's political character and the whitewash would turn black, not the character white.--Prentice.
Eleven negroes have been recently sentenced to the penitentiary from Montgomery county, Alabama, and seven from Tuscaloosa county.
At this rate, the heir cannon in one of the battles of the war. They were load-stones, of course.--Prentice.
Such people as Wilson and Sumner and Thad. Stevens are flies in the Union cream-pot.
The Indiana Republican Convention will be held on the