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March last. last last. last Chief Justice Brown proclaimed the opinion In a speech which be he be he delivered at at. at at. Marietta. Marietta Marietta. Marietta that' that that' that the. the the. the new Constitution nstItutIoa Constitution nstItutIoa conferred onferre4 conferred onferre4 suffrage suffrage but not the right to bold hold bold hold office oflice office oflice on the colored i . i . man- man man- man This TbI.i TbIi This TbI.i TbIi This TbI.i TbIi announcement 6uncement announcement 6uncement surprised no .no no .no one. one one. one There were quite quite's quites quite quite's quites quite quite's quites a number number of ot of ot Beconstrnctlonists Reconstructionists Beconstrnctlonists Reconstructionists or "Conservative Conservative 'Conservatiwr Conservatiwr "Conservative Conservative 'Conservatiwr Conservatiwr "Conservative Conservative 'Conservatiwr Conservatiwr "Conservative Conservative 'Conservatiwr Conservatiwr Republicans of that day who held simi aim simi aim lar opinions Iaroptnlons opinions Iaroptnlons and who for tor for tor that reason re re. re re. fused to vote Tote vote Tote for a man for tur for tur Governor who had fxpressed a desire to see negroes elect ed to tho the tho the Legislature LeWature Legislature LeWature Here then was wu was wu the beginning beilonlng beginning beilonlng of ot of ot the tbe the tbe split spilt split spilt In the Bepnblican 'Republican Republican Bepnblican 'Republican Republican Bepnblican 'Republican Republican party or rather ysther rather ysther this tbl this tbl wu was wu was the point where those who accept ed "reconstruction" reconstruction reconstruction' "reconstruction" reconstruction reconstruction' "reconstruction" reconstruction reconstruction' as u as u a means to an end end. end end. and pierelr nerely pierelr nerely as U as U a ft a ft choice of evils parted company with thatpaity thatpltT thatpaity thatpltT which wblcb which wblcb was and is nnderatoodto nderztood.t nderztoodt nnderatoodto nderztood.t nderztoodt nnderatoodto nderztood.t nderztoodt be the advocate theadvOcate advocate theadvOcate of ot of ot "political political 'po1itIcaI po1itIcaI "political political 'po1itIcaI po1itIcaI "political political 'po1itIcaI po1itIcaI "political political 'po1itIcaI po1itIcaI equality equaiIty" equaiIty equality equaiIty" equaiIty equality equaiIty" equaiIty regardless of ot of ot color. color color. color One regarded regarded suffrage suffrig suffrage suffrig as aa as aa a political Privilege only ouly only ouly to be extended to the negro or not as the people people themselves might elect. elect elec elect. elect elec elect. elect elec The other otber other otber held suffrage suffage suffrage suffage to be an Inalienable Bight Eight. Eight Bight Eight. Eight Bight Eight. Eight Inherent Inberent Inherent Inberent M to M to every free member of or of or society soiety. soiety society. society soiety. soiety society. society soiety. soiety society. society soiety. soiety society. regardless of color or previous prvious previous prvious condition condition. condition condition. and which wblch which wblch might not be denied dented denied dented limited or taken away without violating ytolating violating ytolating those principles principles of ot of ot free government which whlcb which whlcb underlie our pofltlcal pofltcal political pofltlcal pofltcal political pofltlcal pofltcal political fabric. fabric abric. abric fabric. fabric abric. abric fabric. fabric abric. abric fabric. fabric abric. abric Hence one so su so su pported supported pported supported the policy of ot of ot Ccngress Congress Ccngress Congress in forcing rorlng forcing rorlng negro suffrage suffiage suffrage suffiage upon the tbe the tbe State as u as u a necessity the tbe the tbe other otber other otber through choice. choice choice. choice One accepted it In the tbe the tbe spirit of ot of ot compromise very verI very verI much as the man who wo who wo banded handed banded handed the robber bis hI. hI his bis hI. hI his bis hI. hI his bis hI. hI his purse purse. purse purse. rather than lose both life lite life lite and purse whilst whUst whilst whUst the other eagerly eagely eagerly eagely embraced an au an au opportunity thus offered to Incorporate in our State Slate State Slate Constitution Constitution principles to which they hat ha' ha hat ha' ha hat ha' ha long been wedded or to which wblch which wblch they had bad had bad become zealous converts. converts converts. converts If It should Ihould should Ihould be asked why ex-Governor ex Governor ex-Gorernor Gorernor ex-Governor ex Governor ex-Gorernor Gorernor ex-Governor ex Governor ex-Gorernor Gorernor ex-Governor ex Governor ex-Gorernor Gorernor ex-Governor ex Governor ex-Gorernor Gorernor Brown supported Bullock's Bullocks Bullock's Bullocks nomination nomination. nomination nomination. let it be remembered tb.it tbit that tb.it tbit that tb.it tbit that lie he lie he is a politician that tbat that tbat It was wu was wu Bullock's Bullocks Bullock's Bullocks friends in the tbe the tbe Legislature Legislature who wbo who wbo worked so zealously &aloully aloully zealously &aloully aloully zealously &aloully aloully for Brown's Browns Brown's Browns election to the tbe the tbe U. U 11. 11 U. U 11. 11 U. U 11. 11 U. U 11. 11 8. 8 S. S 8. 8 S. S 8. 8 S. S 8. 8 S. S Senate and when defeated defeated In this scheme. scheme scheme. scheme It was wu was wu Bullock ho displaced Judge Jude Judge Jude Warner in order to put GOT. GOT 0ev. 0ev GOT. GOT 0ev. 0ev GOT. GOT 0ev. 0ev GOT. GOT 0ev. 0ev Brown in his place anl that It was Bullock' Bullock Bullock's Bullocks Bullock' Bullock Bullock's Bullocks Bullock' Bullock Bullock's Bullocks Bullock' Bullock Bullock's Bullocks friends In the Senate who wbo who wbo rati rati. rati rati. fied this nomination Let it aK al aK al o be borne in mind that tbat that tbat Brown as u as u United States Sen Sen- Sen Sen- ator ator. ator ator. would have hne have hne been in a position nosiLion position nosiLion to re deem himself with his old Democratic friends rrlends friends rrlends by working for the repeal of ot of ot alt all alt all test oaths oatbs oaths oatbs and gradually graduaHl gradually graduaHl ascending aendln ascending aendln the tbe the tbe scale until be he ha be he ha be he ha could have reached his old position In that party when he first flrt first flrt be be- be be- came known to the tbe the tbe people 01 ot of 01 ot of 01 ot of Georgia Negro suffrage in Georgia is now an ac complished compliahed complished compliahed fact just as It was in Tennes- Tennes Tennes- Tennes 66 some thirty-eight thirty eight thirty-eight thirty eight thirty-eight thirty eight years ago but the eligibility of negroes to office is now now. now now. as it Ii it Ii was wu was wu then denied dented denied dented by the very men who advocated advocated negro suffrage. suffrage suffrage. suffrage John Jobn John Jobn Bell elected to Congress from bis his bis his district in Tennessee by bT by bT negro votes was perfectly consistent In denying those colored voters voten voters voten the right to hold bold hold bold office because he be he be believed suffrage to be a political privilege privUege privilege privUege merely and not an Inalienable right as u as u did Benjamin Lu 11- 11 11- 11 day and Wm. Wm \Vm. Vm. Win. Win Wm. Wm \Vm. Vm. Win. Win Wm. Wm \Vm. Vm. Win. Win Wm. Wm \Vm. Vm. Win. Win Wm. Wm \Vm. Vm. Win. Win Wm. Wm \Vm. Vm. Win. Win Lloyd Garrison. Garrison Garrison. Garrison The whole question of ot of ot negro eligibility to office offlcc office offlcc hinges hZes hthges hinges hZes hthges hinges hZes hthges upon the single lIngle single lIngle proposition as 8S as 8S to whether suffrage la is la is a & a & privilege privUege privilege privUege or right. right right. right In the former case nnder under nnder under the present Constitution Constitution and Laws of ot of ot Georgia a negro Is clearly ineligible to civil chU clvii civil chU clvii civil chU clvii office. office. In the latter he be he be became a voter jvrt J.r. Jr JirI jvrt J.r. Jr JirI jvrt J.r. Jr JirI jvrt J.r. Jr JirI ditto disuse ditto disuse the moment he be be- be be- came a free man and'the andthe and'the andthe restoration of ot of ot this inalienable right long denied denltd denied denltd him made him per consequence eligible to office. office oce. oce office. office oce. oce office. office oce. oce office. office oce. oce This is la is la the -higher higher "blfher blfher -higher higher "blfher blfher -higher higher "blfher blfher -higher higher "blfher blfher law" law law" law theory thery theory thery In its practical application and is I. I is I. I is I. I understood understood to be the principles of the tbo the tbo Radical party. party party. party If it is not then v\ v v\ v e should like to be enlightened as u as u to the doctrines of or of or that tba that tba party touching toucblng touching toucblng the question of or of or "political political "political political equality. equality equality. equality Assuming therefore that the Radicals are sincere slncerelu sincere slncerelu In their dogma that "all all "all all men inca men inca regardless of or of or race of ot of ot color are created free tree free tree and arid and arid equal that they tbey they tbey are' are are' are endowed alike by the Creator with wltb with wltb "certain certain "certain certain Inalienable Inalienable rights whereof wbereot whereof wbereot Suffrage is Ii is Ii one and that "governments governments 'governments "governments governments 'governments "governments governments 'governments among men derive their tbelr their tbelr power from the consent consnt consent consnt of ot of ot the tbe the tbe majority of the governed governed. governed governed. then tben then tben they must mwt must mwt to be consistent with themselves admit that a negro may mar may mar be elected and qualified to any any' any any' clrll clO civil clrll clO civil clrll clO civil office from that of ot of ot coroner to Presi Pre.i Prei Fresi Presi Pre.i Prei Fresi Presi Pre.i Prei Fresi Presi Pre.i Prei Fresi dent of the United States and aud and aud that to de ny DY ny DY him the tbe the tbe exercise of ot of ot the functions fuctions functions fuctions of 01 of 01 such office oce office oce would -would would -would be revolution. revolution revolution. revolution On the other hand the modern Democrats or Conservatives Conservatives believe with the tbe the tbe old Federalists Federalists. Federalists Federalists. that all men are naturally tin-equal tin equal tJqual iis.equal iisequal tin-equal tin equal tJqual iis.equal iisequal tin-equal tin equal tJqual iis.equal iisequal tin-equal tin equal tJqual iis.equal iisequal tin-equal tin equal tJqual iis.equal iisequal tin-equal tin equal tJqual iis.equal iisequal that t.bat tbat that t.bat tbat that t.bat tbat 'order order 'order order Is b Is b Heaven's Heavens hleavens Heaven's Heavens hleavens Heaven's Heavens hleavens first law that some are and must mud must mud be greater than the rest that thaI that thaI gotenment goeerment gotenment goeerment implies obedience obed1ece obedience obed1ece that that. that that. consequently consequently suffrage Is la Is la a political privilege privilege. privilege privilege. vonchedsafe youcbedsafe vonchedsafe youcbedsafe to to those who.enjoy whoenjoy who.enjoy whoenjoy U it it. U it it. U it it. by that power In 10 In 10 a State competent to grant It that It like Ute like Ute any other franchise may be recalled when experience baa has baa has demonstrated demonstrated the Incapacity of the recipient ripient recipient ripient to exercise without abusing it just as u as u it ft it ft wa wa' wa wa' recalled In Tennessee more than a quarter of a I a I century ago and that any resistance to such a withdrawal of suffrage is la is la revolution. revolution. Here then we have h&Te hTe have h&Te hTe have h&Te hTe the real issue Issue' issue Issue' before the American Amerlcsn American Amerlcsn people. people people. people It ii fairly made cziade made cziade up. up up. up The Trie The Trie lines are minutely drawn. drawn drawn. drawn Hen lIen Men Hen lIen Men Hen lIen Men of ot of ot all .11 11 all .11 11 all .11 11 former political opinions are bury bury. bury bury. ing leg ing leg minor dlfferenci-s dlfferenci s dlfferencvs dlfferenci-s dlfferenci s dlfferencvs dlfferenci-s dlfferenci s dlfferencvs dlfferenci-s dlfferenci s dlfferencvs and taking position upon one side ide side ide or the other. other other. other no middle ground. ground ground. ground TL 4tfeftf"tSar 4tfeftftSar 4tfeftf"tSar 4tfeftftSar aad 'ad ad aad 'ad ad aad 'ad ad unmUtakable Wedecislon is not Dot not Dot far off. off cff off. off cff off. off cff It wlllb nft letus let'us letus let'us hope peaceable at fflMog Presidential election. election election. election 'jilt jilt 'jilt jilt Ken It 1 a sad waste of ot of ot time for a Legis Legis. 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Clipped from The Atlanta Constitution01 Sep 1868, TuePage 2

The Atlanta Constitution (Atlanta, Georgia)01 Sep 1868, TuePage 2
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