Atts Galveston 11Jun65
of and must ac- that of If in onr midst, as all looked ar- 27th to has must nnd Slei- and new boys of that Meantime we simply throw oat the hint tbat South is now open to human rights, and that he various schools of our Northern reformers ree to fÂ£o down aud astonish tbe natives with jrand discoveries in the 'science of human right, ncluding the negro's rights, the Indian's rights romen's rights to the right of suffrage. Chie! astir,u Chase leads the way in behalf of the ;roea; let Miss Anne Dickinson follow as the loneer in Dixie in behalf of the women."--N, fferald. To the list of "negro rights, Indian rights .nd women's rights," the Herald should have .dded freeloveism, socialism and agrarianism, as among tho attributes of the irrepressible ankee race. Are. the Yankees irrepressible7 Eerily it would seem so. From the old tock of intolerant religion has sprung- every onceivable form of infidelity, irreliffibn, vice rid license. Where is it to stop ? His Satanic lajesty, in whose hand the New Euglanders eem to have committed their destiny, may ble to inform them. With no check to their agarics and whimsicalities, they bid fair oon to exhaust themselves. Scientific 'men ay that people who drink too much whiskey ometimes are destroyed by internal combus- 'on. The Yankees have now full sweep for ieir isms, and if they do not firatn themselves o full as to explode of their own. accord, nticipations will be grievously disappointed. Speak, write or print frnely upon all subjects Â·ithin the Km its of dtxorum." A new name lis for vmbridled license.