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After some further conversalTStr -be*- -
The President has been honored The Celered Delegation to the PresL
tween members of the dcl.-giu »ivand the
s. V.' s_J
during tbu.paat two week«, with two
Washington, Feb. 8.—The following President, the latter said: If now the
lutition of the Stat<8uiarl editor to tbv distinguished delegation«; ou6 com lathe published reply of the colored country can arrive ul a. point al which
^TUESDAY, FEBRCAKY 20, I8G6
these states are ail restored, each having
fallowing «J« dararion of a.loyal curros posed of a large nuaibejr of the sooty ■ ielvgitliun to Prcsiileut Johnson- “In I its representation in the national coun il,
<-onsi<lrHtk>ii of a delicate sense uf propriety
xBadetiHof (he Orcgotiian, writing from sons of Africa sutiy clime, aud the as will as y«>ur own, repeated intimation with the Union restored so that we can < •-
Are wo to have a Shool IIocsc Î
proclaim peace and gaud will among the
Washington, and when it is consider oth.cLof gentlemen appointed by the iit indispo.'rtum to iscuss or listen to a re
people ol the United .'titxt/TVwdl be to
Wc have lately heard a' number of
ed that the untn ifcKp pinkos thc’huuiil legislature of Virginia The former ply to the upinions you were pleased to me a very happy day. Leave hut-what
out leading citizuns, express themselves
express yeslesday, the umtersigins^would
may be said-m tau it o'jeer, but I tell too
i«tii»g ounfet-sion iJ the “ regular cor left thp .White House with tm exceed
reSfiectlully-lake this invthod ol replying
quite’ favorably to the’ institution, tif
that whenever that po nt is reached, the
respondent” of that paper, and that it ingly'pbor opinion of Mi. Juhm-ou, thereto, believing as we do that the views loea ere of my ambition will have been
prîiceüdings- l-jokihg to the curly cam-
and opinions exprepsuft in that, address
’ ■ / '
was publishod jn the same without while the latter delegation -departed i ' iMiSpund and prejudicial tu the luglust in tilled -■ '*
- ■ «leiiccnient df a scliuùl budding M hichJ
nimeut or pxote^t, it follows that they entertaining the most profound respect terests ot our race, n'p can nut do othei-
»hall be uf-ampiu dimcUBlop^ fur. tin
reoerVvd for pre-
and veneration for him. Great gnash ,
nccomuiudatiun ol the large and
iu •ci? nd'way to ^cape the conclusion
may be in our power arrest their danger, seiilnt on t<» the President, asking for the
ing of teeth among the black repubh ous iiirtuenev. • The first point to winch pardon til John t'. Breckinridge, signed
creasing numbed of scholars in the dis which the said Correspondent reached,
we leel eapecially* bound to take ex« ep- - Uv upwnrus yf 7b members ot the Kei.s
, trict. as well as those from a distance «o-wit! That President Lincoln and can leaders.
tion is your atlumpt to found a policy op- tycky Legislature.
• - who may find it convenieut and profit- also President Johnson had violated
We soon expect to witness an open uusiol to our enlrauutiisiiienl upon the . af- ! The President onNegro Suffrage.
ieged Hostility of the foimi-rslav -s towards ’
table tp favor us with their patronage.
ijnd undisguised warfare against the »lie pour While people in the South. We
Boston, Feb. 11.—The correspondent of.
. > - gives
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The fact that Lafayetto, the Count) pointed and de ailed piilitary govern- President by the republican press and >|dmil the.existem:« of (his bo-niity and th«,-B<>8ton
rs over sovereign ¿tales, anti had
couvn-¡ilion livWcen the President and»
Seat of-a-rich and thru rishi n*g cwuntj
republican leaders generally. Mr hold it entirely recipiocalvd, hutyvoron- com vn-¡ilion l>vw«en thvFremetelit and a
vimdy commit uu error by drawing yunr di^tnuu sljr«i represe «tative, wherein* Mr.
- like Yamhill, is entirely without t-cho«.i paid them out of«the people’s treasury, Johnson speaks out plainer every time argument from a state dl slavery ami ms- Johmem expressed himscll desirous to see
bûilding» save thoeee réel cd by private
11 is response to the ¿delegation from K iug it a base ter ihe policy adapted io n svciir.ui to the colored people a fair chance
The correspondent days, that “this tire Virginia Legislature and the out- state uf-Ireedom. Hie pour whites were but nothing he remld say nr do~ now, if *
eutorpritc, is something that we arc
die luituru. tools of the slave masters in his former language ami antece euts arò
îû'.U- to acknowledge! .but is a tact (83,000) was the salary^Mr. Lincoln composed of niggers with Fred;-Doug- oppressing the slaves aAtt you cannot but not sutlieient, would give any such guars
that duty prrfhipts us to chr uiele.,— paid Mr. Julio sun when he was mil- luss at their Load respectively, will go a-lmil that ine cause d’aids biitjid Ims aote0 [( WiP, bc«ttorpeuk plainly, und
been removed by the abolition ol slavery. he ,ho bt .|le. eirort UlW luukiug for
And far toward bringing to the culminating In tlic tome of Heaven, we reverentially
’. Oùr Court Hûrn-e and Church buikb ^Ury governor of Tennessee.”
..„ri universal suffrage was not wise OF jua L
hat " there is no law for tbli expendi point a feud lung been enjeudering, A ask, how can \b(i, in view «I tile profess--“'
ing« are sucb «*» i< fivct crt«ut upon th«
ed desiru to promoie the welfare ot the lu regard to dniiguliy with the party
■enunty and her cittzens. In fox*t our ure and it is in open violation of [not ••‘rupture” is imment.
idack man, deprive him of all mc;ins id that elected him, he says he might dii
only the Constit.utitm'JJmt the loyalty*
defense and elutiie Imo w um you regard fi r with individuals of what was called
the V l-ntoii-party.
' V .. ol po.iticil
IH''l' f,nt IJ I but «<»
lie èuildm^in the State, except the >alh/atFu yet it wtll out provoke i3im- ' The telegraph ami ounces the fact nisrwi^mlfin
tn Congress.? u The office of military that Beast Feiod Butler codtemplates . -- _ . _ . I ..u . i «-< è.» * . . . * -. t. . « • • ' »T.
l <« fl
one in Ltin au ■ui»ty, which h.o
were pl^vd lo,touch jm,..vrw '.■.»!
wiu — uot
quite r?ci‘ntTy been ccuqdçtc ■ j white —-------- E-------- ---------------------- l ______________________________ - ~
i n 1 h.
.1., V.., . . nian, but meant to sink iu the patriot,
could be done the colorc«riacu
... . \ ...
»ouSewherelibwffTTrVirginia. Ww do .eE_Uiumy
of negroes U,"I should be wholly at llbeity to dil
ours has stood a munuuiciit of the CD“
. Ntaw, Mr- StatesHftn you cannot get noL believe u word of... it.The Beusi unghi be tolerated m . degrading slavery, fer and (pittate the ground ot differ-
TêrprWapd public spirit of our people,
<>ut of it by saying that the |hing is the is tuo thorough a poltroon tu risk him-., .ami that Xlifymust.be direm mo» exile enee. ; ‘
many ye irs“in~ .advance
tor no other cause liiuir having become j
Trial of Somme«
fabrication of a “copperhead.” Cure self down there, alter the army shah
j- Wahinuton, Feb' 8.—The trial of
other and "marc populous, counties ol
down and acknowh <!. «■ that thé Con have.been wilhdrawu, besides we had
A delegation of colored repr. sentauyes g
j |big )o„g for
the State. For SGUÜÙ a ’BûùIdïügëôüWr
ESiç . - ¿F
’---------- \ " 1 1 un i mik'Ti' li . - » f
ir>»m difftrent Mates are now in re ashing- ,
J , ____ » r
-ti^ution has been vrofyfed, and trump
mten-sts of the C.lorcd ,hv reas.m tli.it all pr uxedingu requt«-
too to urge lire
ba ereeled 'CtmfvruKibly io iu appuint.-.
up thé hot excuse you tan fur the act » invest his ill gutted wealth iu so people- iiiey
I —j — an
, interview wilii Hie Hearts c«immeT>C«neiit are not yet
mints to Igie-and generally approved
Toe- t’re-idcnt _ugreed 1 upon 1 .The haniesofmaay par
.»racfs.i The leaders, of your party huzzarduus a scheme.
shook hands with^ each member ot the ties of tsigli position in the merchant
' plan«, which.H'uu'd,TîeSide.-i imparting
,.ve Leeu f reed into the fatal aduiis-
delegation. Frcu. -Dougin
to he place-^n air of thrift aud im
- The Vancouver Register thinks they ded tor tff.it purpose. G.- +’. Dow mug ad
-ion—it will not do for you to take is
tains who ti'Ac miffeFcd from his dep
are-hkely to strike a good thing, in .dftHsed the President, say ing : We luree
redation«, are known and some of tht-rn.
uc with them on so plain a proposi
for all tbe scholars iu our district, uud
Wushtugtou Territory id the way ol been delegated by adiue wfio'tnrve-tti jir^dly wiiT i^ibaTHy be summoned nt thc-yiro-
worn iron manacles, «nd by those classed
per time.Tt would facilitate mn<(erd
«Isp fer many more. It will be Seen
gold placers.” We hope tbe fondest a.- ministers in the ¡Slab s call, d tree.
any of those who havewerved on the
i by refferencelto the ptatistics of the ag
dreams uf tfiu editor iu that' behai't
Eugene Cily, Ecu. 11.— rimy Dead- Alaham.-i. either as_-«/ffierr» or amotlg
gregatc wealth of the district, that 11 >f the Oreguniau devotes a leader io may be sj eedily realized.
moiui, a citizeit Tff'tne toWar. w.r.« shut lol . the efrw, whose textuunuy wauid her—
! u-Vmlng III a saloon and in.vlanlly knk-d by reliable eithvp. f«*r-4ha defense or prose
would require a ooffiparntively light .¡i.is issue of Feb. 42., to.-the considéra
evacuatesi, . j the stioon keeper, sieve Gardiner. An
should s. h I tlicir address to the -
ppr centum of a tax to raise the n • •f the COURIER, -and matters and
mm u- cution.
trea-ury, ingiest was held over
• lungs generally, cbnuected therewitL.
at thu Navy Depart-
_. "Gardiuer is u---- ----- . _ .
quired amount. The advantages ac*
be examined to morrow. Il is generwoy
oruiog to the property bylders of a lL> brings to bear “ copious etfuiions’' aud dollars. Tbe whole amount is said »> «•»** that tbe u imienk wakJWTTtreti <
Nebraska Sacks Admission into the
. f i i inis
t'eaduiumi was I t wrvitiyi
brutti?? u oi iteuiy .
town amply iguvide 1 vtith pubtie build
to have been paid to the Boidierd
tugs are manifold a n d o livion à. ^Prop
Oiiiah-i, Feb. 0.—T e !x»gislatiire has
al Im- Dalles a year agu.
iiaiip-l ¡1 Mile Con-tit lit ion tube sub-
city enhances in value in ex.«ct -pru
ted Jo I II.1 pr pie -m ti ll« ? I <11 .1 nnn.___
deu col lapse be lets himself down by mis
\ portion to the enterprise and public
The BroWD'Ville Woolen Factory Journal ot yeMeroay, re-pm is tuai w euly- An'i h <-ii >’1 tor >t.ite«.fticiTs take place .
quoting a paragraph from our paper
spirit of the community in the way ot
w.ll^oon le completed uud ready for tbe MV co ciindreu wife urusnen m lue ies.-r ¡it. the'-s Hie lime
A e aie tioither suipriseU nor chagrin
vuir al Celina v» " ednesiiay. . They •
— permanent imprivemcuLs. Bopulutipr
manufacture ot fabrics. This we glean were attending school Hi Hie Vlcloily mA»-
An Act of Justice
■cd at seeing our language tortured m
l '«-b -T — 11 is mentioned
is another important cünsiderutiôn to
o something foreign tu what we said.
twenty'Scveu m iiumln-i, wxiil on I >- n v| it« dip etui itic eire'e tU.H ifie wdeo! Sig-
ÎW9 the - areuunt iw- ©alcuù
■ ri' •
ÿÆce-HÂa butdfiuub that misrepresent«« —W* noticed in a republican paper to slide, when it broke through with idem 11 >>-«B»uiinaliT.Jt.iliah .Minister, who
ruc-wlnle pally were ilrurtlivii Uclore
tions affecting the value of pnqarrty
hif i(-1i4r 11 arriajeiwas Mrs. Brest,
nun constitutes the staple uf the On. -nnie t:me si >rc. a atatetnent to the *iiejp tpujd n-acii. I’ iliii .
l»d its probable enhancement in value.
Vlfflt^lirrr.- ‘Ii>- jeceivel from the
Relief i* MriTJeBVrrJb Dam.
iiiun’s cuhiurus.'*Vide Oiegon States cff-ct that furniture and,other valua-
CilicJgo. Fet>. 11. — in«. M..<■>?»', Gi., Q1j.11 tt-rnia>tcr-( 1. ner.il 850,0.00. tho
- and in order to secure an increase of
man. It is peculiaiiy thé work of ble-r to the amount of twewtyfivoidi.ms papers Hinve ad
trurn Gxrecrnm i value <>f her j*r •petty uppr.ipriuted or
population, wémustdn »èur purt7;pTïF
-me unable to meet an argument, tu re an 1 dollars was abstracted and jiur- Jvlikilis tu ll;c hull« 6 ot Gem gm U* conlrl d.-^troyvd Ly our urmyutthe capture
tide those attractions which are neccs sort ru ridicule ami billiug-ga'e to de lolnedjroni the White House, during, ; bute a lu.id ter Mrs. J.if. Dreis, pay of ttmt place in 18fi3 '^Jdadain Berti-
ing one dollar each to tile- county trvas
«ary to invite people to settle among coy attentiuu from the true point. The t would seem, the latter pirt of Mr. urers. All sum« will be terwuidcd to natirf-inrvrly Mrs. 7^Bfet«t,s redded in
1 Vick-burg up to the time of investment
us and assist in building up, itnprov "Oregonian is quite welcuiue to the en. Lincoln’s reign. The question is, what the Slate Treiisu er.
by tiirr army and has all along been an _
Visit of Delegates from tho Virginia
ardent sympathizer with the rebellion.
¡Dg and beautifying otir place
Nvih joymeDt of every advantage he thus« become of the articles ? Casson, mem
\Vasliingtoii, Feb. 10.—A dilcgilio»» Napoleon intends With lrawinff hl«
ing moT-i ger tain ly conduces to this end zams ov£T us. Such tactic« are un-1 ber of Congress from Iowa says that
from the V irgiiiia L-gislaliire visficd- inc
Troops from Mexico.
than thorough and adequate school fa worthy ’a« editor of a paper laying any Mrs. Lincoln only gut one article, and
PreKutetiHlttim ur ii lg l»E ~Zim puipa!«e,ot_
that was given her by the Secretary of delivering rc-.oliiiioiis.appnwiwg
cilitics. It is the ’custom of many claims to rcsprctdbility.
-,......... o <ws r poll
- [ Dodon, Feb. 6 —tho steamship
the Interior, and1 Commissioner of cy. speaker Baldwin **i'*
‘igiiiia »<•-, Palm« rstou, from Liverpool January
parents in all parts of the country,
Public Buildings. Congress was under cept tne L- result of the contest in g-» -d 231, h:^ arrived. The Emp- or Napo-
when their children arc nelf grown up.
the necessity -d passing an appropria f fanhamlI recognized the Un Ud slates |Cun in his sj et ch s.js, an arrangement
tion of $25,000 to supply the deficien and the Govennihfiil, amt said the people is being made to withdraw the French
to Ternpite »©• town to avail themselve»
A Terrible tragedy was enacted at
woUtd, use ttte fiwibmmjmAly^UlhjeJicttoL
c-f the s’jpni« r éd neat ion aTad’vMnTagnr,
dent replied exprvsmg b e pke»ure alouwrL n-TfrsipB- maii"McXfcci.Tr^-bopeiT^tTf5 —
Carson City <?n the 5th ioit. lt seems
Wonder if Buttler had been seen
wTIT•■pSaTyW people oFTFe (Tnitbd
ing «<» influential a dvieg ilium
usually offer« d at thc.Cvunty Scat. 11
that one Peasely was assaulted by a hanging about tbe White House at or
» ' --•«wvv
. Ii\ u
Chicago, Feb. «X»
’ ■« s State'-, 5 who
their own towns do not offer these ad
man named Barnhart, with a pistol, about the time the gouddxome up miga- J speech to the d.-l. g .iimi ui-Uiu Vu-gima pediDuu. bntuLclined, ab hough
„ auch 1
vantnges they are ednipdied to seek
Legislature yesterday conliiined several an expedition was not opposed to their
receiving a mortal wound, after which,
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important «lvc!aralioiis,con-pic’ious am »ng interests.
them elsewhere, thus working to the
he was beaten over the head severely
Mrs. Clark< a widow, has lately which were the following. He sajd : I do
The Ru-rian encroachment in Cen
. co min unity the loss of valuable citizens
with the pistol, but, recovering hint;, brought suit io SanFrincisco, against- not intend to say anything p-rsonul but tral Asia h is latterly as-umed a new
nt the beginning of the recent* gigaiilie
as also sums of money expended by ielf, t> rew Barnhart from him with .Michael Reese for ope hundred thou,
struggle Uiere were extreme im.-n North pha«e. It M now conceded by the An
etjch, which, considered ih the aggre great violence through «partition door, ■«aud dollars fur promiseing to marry and extreme m. ii.^o itb. Tbis gr* nJlJiiu t gio Indian picis th it thr slow but sure
her and failing tu come to time
was kept upon the anvil und hammered advance made by the RusuiaaGovern-
gate, is no trifling i mount. This mon <ben drawing his revolver, fired three
during the rebellion, and ha« been ¡.am ibeiit, in Cen’ral Asaia are endanger
ey gocs to build up and improve otbei
mered ever since the rvbi-llion.ami there
[From tbe Daily Orrir«»h;an.]
•hots at his antagonist and soon expi
to be «di position toumtinUe ham ing ihe future safety of England.« In
place«, wlido with half an effort* we
red/* Tt was immediately afterwards
mering until ibr Govcf-omenl is <l»-str<»y dian Empire.' Th« Bombay Gazette -
œi|?bt.have retained it among us. We lircovered that Barnhaat too was dead,
ed. 1 have opposed that svsfetn always. admits that England is utterly helpless
C airo , Feb. 8.—The steamer St
I oppose il now. The Gbvernmeht iscer- to prevent Russia from proceeding in
fAcon'd ehlarge on this subject, but bating received a fatal shot from one
Nicholas struak a snag in Totubigboe tain <>ril« powers an i hi 11 miint ■ hi .
her career of conquest, at the same time
-•ftdeeiu it unnecessary. Shall we have who was hiuigglfin the agonies of river on the 5th and sunk. She lm<l
oft tie principles of-the coi.sti'utio'i ha- bears testimony tn the wonderful civil-' -
5d0 bales pf cotton on board, part of, "taken hold of one extreme a d with lit. izirig influence of Russia upon' Asia.—
a 8choi. l House ? That's the quce- death.
wifi’ probadly be saved. It is strong arm of physical power put down
iiofl. ST- W”* ****
will prove the lelHlIiyn. This other extreme wnicli Hartford, Feb. 7 —The Dimooratio
From the Oregonian we learn that
a total Idea. There was no loss of life. stands |u the wav imret get nut of it.— ¿State Convention to day was the largest
The (te»vernni>int in ist si in • u»rt nk- ' „held for runny years. James E. En-
Poi.EMICAL.-rA number of our citi ta’ines&J« an the look up in Portlao'd-
or H, Feb. 8.—Miss Bate
unmoved upon its basis. The Gpyern-.
that J. Stewart Lewis, the murder«*,
astfembled at the school house on
mad, the actress, appeared in tl;e Ma mei.t must be preserved. 1 m’»pe tu.it alt ' 'gli«h/of<New Hiven, was nominated /
WedneadsyMvenmg« ’ hut, fur the pur may Mxnrbe expected down frum the rine Court in a suit by Mr. Daley, the people ol tins comdfy, in good fail> for Governor; E. L. Hyde, of Hart
Julies, to take lodgings we presume, in dramatic author, claiming four thou* and in llie fullness of Jlirir hrwtta, wi.l tt.x ford, for Lieutenant-Governor. The
I pose àFrfrfanixing'« debating elub.
upon the principle« which you have th- resolution« passed endorsed the restor
and dollars for literary services. The
s 'Thtyjid nothieg more we learn, th ar. the big Brick -that the Bark Musung,
micialed heri} losday, ol the, mu nteiiance ation policy of President Johnson.
trftfn «San Franciaco to Victoria, _ was defense was is fancy, Miss Bateman be of the Utdbn, Uymg aside every otbei
to detail a committee on permanent or
wrecked- on the <*nast of Vancouver’* ing only 20 years old, which proved n terling for Vw good utea common c<tuu tjx j^. Con cord, N. II.r Feb. 8.— The Dem*
and with uplifted face« tn heaven «Wear oc ratio State Conventioijto-day was the
bar to the proceeding«.
ganization, and agrée Upon.R question
Island, on Jan. 21.—Vessel and cargo
that our goods and our altars and all shall largeM field fov many years. J> B.
’ A woman named Lunna Abraham sink into the dust l «ether rather than 8indair
to be debated at iLefir t regular Meet*
A total los8--that the Steam Ship Pacific
. ing. TTiis a step in the right direction. departed from Portland for San Fran
-treet, by a Government detective, wb«» .servvii. I am gratified tu find Uie-loya>.
One evening of each* week can'be very cisco on the 13, taking.5,800 Boxes oi tbuud io her muff the «reef plate frolli -wntmteirt-of tins country mant-miog iiwli ver, for Kailroad (Juuimiasioner. The
now Inal ail sis rcvtjgiioos adopted endorse the Presi
....... ‘ and
profitably fpeut 10 a participation in a Apples, 25§ hid s 600 sacka. onions. .which R 1« aMeged over S24.8U0 ot in “
tempi to «k-struy the Union has Riled, I dent in his endeavors to have the
Pulcm.c uf the character proposed to 36 gunniesInukm, and$l*UI,00P in tre twentyfive eent fractious! currency trust w e «hall g*ri»n, dcteriumed to p« sei v.
Southern States represented and bit •
the Union in it« urigiual purity agaiiial all. discountenance of any amendment to
. '4 * -< asure.
•r rprj 17 pAf I 1? 1 171?
this and then Urox
11- «--Lail .Til
» t —J) c VesnepthiUy
the CoostitutioQ. ,