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ir. H.r. .Anv\r confessed to sit In judgjnsnt upon their • sj
tion now, in that it has labored zealous- lentlessj
the cause for which ¡s indorsed by his friends in Ohio, for tak-
desiring opponents. . Within a few Colonel. Though
ly to disprove cxiffly what the Presi
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-*i ing his present course, while the President
dent changes against a very largb half days, howmorkod tho difference— ho offered his life, is forever lost, -his has not tho slightest doubt of success with
. TUESDAY, MARÇH 6, 18C6 ot
mind will probably revert iu future to fiie' Honte ‘
uciuuv»u«> ‘uro recognized cordisHy,
the republican party, and
. the face of those Acts, whops ri^ht J gracimly ly the ÄcÜ^ Ataj* J®e tho Beenes of his military career, v. ith i ‘ . ' Washington,
wui » y
Th* Extreme Agony of the States-
. “ the
' President’s harangue
trjnxnpihant vindication, and Senator
wotaol ucóòrds aldfod and UP pnli- land; disloyalty, trcason-liks epithets pride rather than agony and de letion a triumphant
the nature. a£ mart, that, ¿organ endorses tho whole of it, includ-
i In the last issue of ‘the FJtnicsman, died support tp-Mr. Johnsolj, and his are heard- no more—where epithets —such befog
mnnv fnf abuse,
thrt many (of tho /
the _ personal
were prolific^all is siltat as the tomb. though his cause fails purely through friends of Mr. Johnson ato attempting to
the editor wallows and flounces, through policy.
a two column leader, in tlty vainr anil
Truly a*44 chtnnre has como over tho want of merit, it is bard to convince him throw tho speech ontirefr aside as an iin>
The coolest firoak however, That the
that it was not the stem dccrco of fate pndent and hasty talk, but some of hi8
• futile endeavor to convince his party Statesman, throughout his sonjewhat spirit oA hcir
confidential friends havo Broken the force
brethren tliat the, breach between thv incoherent two column loader betrays, J WcD new tfeolaegua^) of a Croat ; that defeated him foqtead of airy dis- of this excuse by asserting posflMtely
jlrat Jolmson only took the jmritioU ass
President and black republican party,
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’ i'.umpd after mature reflection, slid that in
>- is only temporary and can
be filiation with ‘4 cdpprrhcad*t£-We as
■^-5iVc learn from a friciul that the the wholo matlor he was cojJ and delibsr-
healed. He charge.
r of sure the Statesman and all -concerned hast thou tjone.
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democracy of Eeli Kad quite an -cn- .ito.
At the largo reception at tho 'Vlnto
hard things against the VrCgOuian, that if they choose to ¿uppjrt tlicud\
thnri^stic mcvtir. • • tb...t place on Sat House on Tuesday b /M, many represen-
wilful lying included. The tight is ministration that the “ copperheads’*
urday, February ~1. Messrs. Ca^on. ■ tatiVcs af the old society of Washington
;' between “ brethring»”- ef th» same will have no objection to them coming
The ia(eroal destructionists who Bonham, Curl .and Johnson made I were present Among tlfo carriages be-.
fore the door wfere a mrtnbcr which bad
faith, ¿¿fording democrats in lini i5
■■fgfrt- along tfhd renderit>g ns all the have, uûdfflt: abolition ÿtspiees, gob- spgwhes. .The democrats in Polk arc . not stoped there sincri President Buch»»
It would require the skill of a -Phila- assistance they can, but we bopcr tbnt blcèl up the exclusive control of Ten-
«live and crtgs g^roa r tily rethu eau o o. | anan
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-r ^ d elplHa Lawyer te-detewiue w Lu-h^uL
; ^Fu b s are fo r ming tJl.ovov—B ulk- a n u . - w t hg^nidical
éss- s ta ____
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the three paper published in this State, )iicty,will deter all 6uch from assuni- dcabcT iting tho sacred “ Hermitage”
Marion conctics. Success attend them.
. airs in the H at hi ashville, by dividing and subdivi
•Grover’s Thontre and in- front of
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are entitled to any notice as such, m itemises.' They must not forget when ding it into tracts and parcels to suit
Qí,U¿ M kkt ISG—The Democrats of
/ held io p0>lic in the north. Xobert
tho organ ofjhe party—so widely"’do
ate supporting Mr. Johnson that, the convenience and ability of yankee Tjifiiycite Freeinct ere requested to I Johnson o Prerideut’S private secre.
they differ in tLcir treatfi« nt of vfucs-
so far as Lis lato action is aa index— purchased. TLcec Ghouls woutd^cx7 mont to-dAf f T BCTfe f ï al the
Tils soh-ifr-tiw, Mr. Patterson
tions arising in their eauip. It is. fur •’ •.
from Tennessee, were
-.Ttirg the tinic-h. r.crid hiftuc their, motln'ra’.
to presume that a e^rre i'rr .::n 1 *
the nail: r-nd sell thcrii to the4highcst denioc-.-.tic via’-:.
principles of the democratic parly.
Lincoln was de
agreement gxists fo tho rauka ert’ the.
-/bidder, g*to ehureh, prostrate them- in the preçinet,-should,
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party. The ^tatosmin may Wwf,; . VtlllGU JS THE¡ REPUBr4CAN r Ou-
•nd ve s bofote God and invoke lb C ffirc ticable; atteint__ .
tinmnt was cheered... /.Taken ^conne
< ;AN ;?—The Clfcgonian abuses, tradu
may lie, niay cc;rx, may apologize, may (1
ction with the subsequent speech of
visitation of His wrath upon the heads
[■¡'rom the Dply Oregonian.]
wrigglo, mny squirm, may appeal, may ces -and finally • compares President
the Prridcnt, the proceedings of tLe
of those v£o, like A.uJtew Jackson
day have been beyond all precedent
r oottceal, and may stick and hang to ^Johnson to everything that is-vile,,
whose'nioital remains were years since .... <............ ...... . a ,
rhe most disgraceful ever witnessed in
— tba government teat that it has been treacherous and unworthy, while tlio
New York, Feb. 25.—-TheIldraLFs-i ’ the country, and cannot with the least
jdepqsited at the Hermitage, owned
_permitted to “ lug” at so long, but -all Statesman endorses him and lauds ,all
slaves, fed and clothed, civilized and Washington special say/;: ’ ^■ward's | I regard for truth be stated fo any mild
speech before the.. Cooper Insftit'.itc er w/v.
to no purpose. The ietollige:< and of hw policy- and actions. Now the
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meeting is invested with r. ’in
.honest portion of'lhe republieau party question might be asked in al! serious
.PresidQnt Johnson has directed the’
terest and rignifieont^-by 4he 'fact ot* heads of departments to withdraw
will say that it is no go. The’“ rupt ness and ina> spirit of due faixuess, .. McDonough C. Houck who has latc-
his having received two er three dis their advertising patronage from For-
ure” is too self-evident,‘conclusive and which one of tlic papers named Las tcly taken the Editorial charge of the patches from Senator Nyc and others
ney’s Chronicle which has
en a de
in this city stating; that tbo President cided stand againstjthc policy of the
complete. Thirtv4o eighteen Senators baek sliden, or has-either of-them Fal
Yreka .CnioD, in his inaugural, says: had-made a terrib! speech—-dne that
_ and one hundred, and Upwards majori- len from grace ? They both labor to " ■ r
lie could not postibly—approve • t in
- ty in the House against tho “ gorern-
I try right cr wrong. We will always dorse-, and ' that it must inevitably this city in its mernin^ issue ) sa
ment,” is “ too big a bah” in the opin are no differences of "opinion existing
be found opposing the abohtion-repubr break up the. Ilepublicin party. Sew ’While the present i
ard was not detered, however,' and on
ion of sensible men, to make them be? among different members of the party,
lican party} believing that organizaton learning what the‘President- 4mA said, tween the Prcside'Tri an d'
lievo that harmony or anything ap- HUne VUU) U‘V v«ivu».;v»«vM ** •• 3iC> - ■
arc sure-we convey the view of nearly
«eh . ,-thor. I ■» /'■<>» •»'j • W» /-d but • «O telegraphed full and cordial approves?.
all the loyal ruen when we express the _
f ~ preaching it, prevails m the yanks of < cxclSDiáSS
rotten egjfsltio, wfi-shall oppose it first, ZL3&3fpado
Uiat tilTllie Federal office-holders
the party. Men, who iu good faith, have which quite outstrip th e u edT5y~ci-
ack was fecuvcJ
tbisjiliy Inal from the Cabinet Ministers doWB fo
fecci > co ia
stood by the government,for the last tber against the “ copperheads.” How
evening, from Knoxville, stating tSS a
JohnAn happens to do, or say any. tcrTTblT'ternado passed over that city at tho ceuntry postmaster, will as far as
five years, and throagh a mistaken no they or their followers propose toveoon-
thing winch we, in our superior judg 5 d,clpck"ve»terduy morning, ihv depot possible keep, aloof from tho controvcr-
l fo y will thereby afford no pre-
tion of their true duty, have acted with cilc these conflictiog practices with
and machine simp pt Vir^n i-llnnroad
ment, conceive to be about as it snouia
should and Round House, of GcAragia- HpHrftKi-
■ the guillotine, and will avoid
the party that nbw, in the language or their oft repeated arx'rtionfi that-oom-
' vaii3 amobg them;»-s’ia11 not
ashamed to men- qforg blown down. Sair.s tfor y or ni >rc Surrendering the.comfortable places to
tho ¡/resident are endeavoring (p des-, pieté, harmony prev
to hinuT When he does what is houses wcre-t’.own . da.vn ami a ¡irgc i (lib hungry copperheads.” A Wash
troy it» will henceforth act and vote ! more than wc can understand. WJl .
amount of other property__
ington special dispatch says quiet a
with the'Detiocratic party, being con ope of them take it. upon'himself to
Johnsen Pc nrocrrtT.
Tnnmher • oTSlcrks have been eummar-
Ata meeting of tho fntnife. flf Prisi«! .
vinced that it Li and L& b bwen the on - enlighten ys on this point T Our own and-Gtattld ho feel agrieved thereat, dent
Johnson at Cooper Ir.
y dissed for uttering expression
_ ly party true to the sacred principles opinion is that the Oregonian is the he can, by squaring himself on our ■e'veniu;:, a cpuu-.iht e was a. ;
e.-tlul .to the 1 resident,
call public meetings to t.' ijhas:,.^cs For | .Chicago, Feb. 27—The following
of liberty and good government. No true and consistent organ of .y> Jitiou- books, have his paper stopped.
the c$tab}i.-Jm»erit ‘«F <>'>"•■
sessions of the leauihg. pa.-
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io^he.•/rt^j bor^ fofgouê'rt^y many ikro ttbgo u H h c < iq ^auISI
■ ujam the President’s embroglio.—■
will bedient to convince
Democratic doctrines, with- thago;~thcre Comments of the Press oujthc Fresi.. The Chicago Republican says thoTres-
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future that out the
cu 1 1 was no traitor
¡Tdeut may dismiss his fears,. ho has '■
cdinnrents of passed the point of^jdauger; the only
the nigger party is, or evtr was for the loose pcremptorially-from the party it try who was not ready to swear by the the Union press upon —-The
the lucent speech k. men capable of sue! deeds (asassassin-
country, one and updiri?ablc. Thcif formerly supported. ‘IVe. cannot ac doctrine that, to disagree with the pol- of the President, are almost onrrnirnott^. ’
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rocord is. one of folly, crime and treach- cept the Statesman however, as' a co icy of thePresidcnt, was treason. Do The Cincinnati Gazette says: ‘‘Not ex-
cepting the speech by Johnson on the oc- Lis friends. The Detroit Tribune (rad-
ery—their professions of love for the worker in the good cause of Democracy«till think so? According
to cassion of his inauguration,it is the most icai) says the President seeks a quar-
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“ Union” as a tinklifig symbol and until it shakes off its trammels and their own theory tfver three fifths of disgraccful utterances of which there is 1 rcl and makes the point of dissent so
republican any record, and we presdmtf thefe is no 1 broad that only baseness and treachery
v. • • sotfnding braes.: So long as they had comes square up to the work. Until rue
i-mindcd man in the United States £pan brige over the chasm. The Ptes-
a chief magistrate that was iu their it does this, it is necessarily left: out in party iresteeped jutreason, thtftoosi whddoes not
hands as so much clay in the hands of the cold. It) fdhuer partners in all odious, contemptiple and cowardly im
Tho Boston Post, hastening, like all who made him, and throws himarff fo-
the potter, no a’ges of a rupture the crimes that the term republicanism aginable. They not only abuse and the Democratic organs to tho defense of to the arm3 of the South—where he
of is the sinonym, of, are compelled tn vilify the President in every copcevea- the President, thinks “that as the oppo came from. There is no doubting he
sition of some Government Republicans j means worse than he sayB. We are
their hasp, unscrupulous and perfidious terminate their affiliation with it, while blc way, but go so far as to threaten did not injure IJncoln, Johnson at this sold out dirt cheap, and the brief of
career. ’ But now that we have at the the democracy do not. particularly. 1 his impeachhicnt, assassination, and day, will hai 'Tly" be annihilated by
conscious power still penetrate» ’ every
wrath of radical Senators or editors.’,
helm of governmental affairs, that
The New York Times commends the corner of reheldom. Will Congress ,
1 0 I Consistency, thou .art indeed a President, and says: “It it wore possible, yield in this emergency ? We conjure
which the sycophants and traitors «0 “ unwashed,” at least.
at present, to find an intelligent observer that body to stand firm, it is now tho
fervently (?) prayed for during the - Whilst we are on this 'subject, it jewel- ’ It is not the slightest wonder unbiased by .contending partisans he only realization of tho country, and it
forepart of the rebellion, viz: «“second may not be ainis3 to suggest to the that the honest portion of the parfy would be constrained td .bcar testimony may become its solemn duty to impeach
Jackson,” their schemes of harmonious .Oregonian the propriety ofgoiog61ow, in is deserting it like rats desert a sink to the forbearance, moderation and con the President, The Cineinnati Gazette
sistent devotion to the Constitution and says however the national cause may
plunder and destruction are suddenly the business of dealing in slanders ing ship.
Union, by which Andrew Johnson has
been distinguished from the first moment be retarded by imperative agencies,
nipped in the bud. The result is be against the President, for it cannot
If there were any evidence wanting Of bis elevation to powor. In an especial it has virtue itself, which will carry
fore the country. The “ second Jack- possibly have forgotten so soon that he
of the superior scholastic attainments manner have these qualities been dis- it forward, and tho patriotic people
• played since the commencement of the who have sustained it through all its
son” has come and been slain in . the
of the cynic of the Oregonian, the present session of- Congress." Uninfluen perils and sacrifices have still tho
house of bis friends (?) It is gratify pose his policy is rank treason. “ Out jaw-breakers he occasionally get off in ced by the temptation of power or the ap
same determination to complete tho
ing in the extreme to note the determ of their mouths shall they be condcmn- Ms columns ought to supply it abun. peals and threats of members, he has pur work. The Utica*» Herald says the
ined character of Mr. Johftson’s late aa.” Now in the light of the above dantly. The latest literary u quriosity” sued tho even tenor of his way with a President has disappointed the Ibval
firmness not marred by arrogance, and a
speech to the assembled multitude in Quotation, the Oregonian editor stands wc’notice, is “ moribund.” Now in our clearness of purposo which has preserved • sentiment of the country. From every
Washington city. lie plainly avows/ a self-convicted traitor—a double simplicity, wo would have been quite him from mistake. He has neither at- matt whose bands are !Ted
what the party that elected him has damned traitor, since7 hy rips against content with the use of the imperfect to faction by which others sought to in- with
‘‘v the rebellion
Will go up. jubila
always stoutly denied, to-wit: that light and knowledge—against a stand participle * expiring” or the quali fluence his conduct Insolence he has tions.
, met with resolution; threats he has
The Pittsburg Commercial says:'
fying adjective “dead.” Then all turned aside by an appeal to the requires
there was a party from tho outect at ard of his own erection.
tho President has a sinoero friend
could have “ sabbed.” Moribund J, ments of the Constitution and tho princi^
the North, aS bint and determined up
that friend is himself sound in
Ugh I Say that river and s-a~y 1-t > pics which underlie the liberties of the
on the disruption of tho union, os ev
and heart, he will not fail with
If there is one thing more certain s—l—o—w.
er existed in the South. It border?
^Springfield, III., Feb. 25.— •A mass mcot- out loss of time and without conceal- "
_V. emphatically on “blowing hot and bio- than another of the samo class it is that
Tkig will be held hero this evening to sus- ment, to tell him plainly that persis
' tain Cnngres*.
tcnce in tho path ho has taken must
wing cold” for the Statesman in the ohangc is stamped upon human action.
lead to fatal estrangmont.
mere Johnson Democracy.
gment. The Presi
This is quitZ apparent in the conTf
face. oLali.kbitv facts to,accord his un
Washington, Feb. 26.— President John dent is not wise. No friend of his can
qualified support to the President. It duct of the rcpubl:c?n3p tOh'Md lli:> ventioos to be hel d i n accordanc e with son has recetved th e fol l owing t e l e gram ; 4 l ay olft in » t o s a g a city o r w isd o m, if h e
the recommendation of the State Cen Keokuk, lows, Fob 2|th. Aq immense supposes that Congress does not repre
has been but a few weeks since we all- democracy, ,f ;
mass meeting was held here to-night.—
From- tho 'commencemont of the ter- tral Committee. Democratic Clubs Great enthusiasm. One hundred guns sent tho^xed and unalterable will of
egedin the Columns rtf the C olr -
IKR substantially. what Mr. Johnson riblc struts, ihrough .^hièh the na arc being formed throughout many of were fired. Your veto message and ad
Tho Toledo Blade says : The Presi
ministration were endorsed unanimously.
now charges agniost the black repulí- tion has just past, down to the termina the coup^oo- Wo hope Yamhill will
dent’s speech will oos? him hundreds
in this respect.
can party, and that paper, after a fash- tion of thftxame, democrats were treat- be wide awake
Gov. Dennison and tho President arc of thosands of friends and supporters
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receipt of a largo number of telegrams in the UAion party. It did not be
ion,attempted to refute the charge. The. cd with dear bought civility. Their
Col. John Lane, son of Gon. Joseph
audletters from various points/'stating come tho Chief Magistrate to stoop to
position occupied by the Statesman all
’1 social relations were affected—the Lane, arrived at Portland recently that the President will bo sustained upon
the low-flung rant of a stump .orator/—
along wp to the date of the * rupture,” means by which their subsistance was from tho South, where ho served in the other ride. The Republican members
Ii was the time and manner of tho
is is ferjr poor keeping with its posi- procured Vrerc attacked by their ' re- the rebel army four yean, going in as are receiving appeals to stand out for their speech, fend the character of the men
rights and not allow thtf crime of treason
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