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Morning Oregonian (Newspaper) - January 3, 1867, Portland, Oregon I Urn M Uh an I 1 ty m In tl St to OM i 0 VOL VI PORTLAND WEDNESDAY MORNING JANU Water turn BRITISH COLUMBIA FRIEDMAN to A M d and Wholesale a Hires FIRE AND BURGLAR PROOF SAFES Corner Frent 1 Streeta ly D M act Ja CBS JUC re ail 1 entire mak Be CITY M PATRICK PORTLAND 0 LEG ON JUDGE A sn and T Co WAITE ST ylor aide ow aud all to STERNS AS iM ALL AND LAW PORTI Oa the Courts of Territories attended i promptly S 0 Notary Wo 10 Carter's corner rf front and Alto streets their made and all corn State Insane Asylum and Hea Powder and tba private stamp of of kinj bw i Any B vm haia other IRON WORKS CO L Broat K SU h of DUS HAW J i PROPRIETORS of ad HENRY CO and Fruits NUTS OIP BT CRIST MILL f COST AM ILDE TO ORDER BY TAYLOR I dU Personal Sale HATE DISPOSED OF and all kind tlM ft Lambert of Front and of and s Washington I Lincoln Home Ol 01 Lt OF ud of CAEES and W r of OLD bj tba and at- ON HAND A aU kinds ot at loir ntM Aba cf bJa omi EIKS ilB lot of R PITTOCK lower aA Vint am of CM feet 5 and T in ETt bj Ufk lo W Co a d HIM 30 V to nJ e r WORK DOUSES AT NSW er of SODA PORTERt r i I Wlb roneb Wilier and nun PIES AND SHIP STORES illy w Fir woad iss turn kind Iho en hand JOHN Bast OB MON HAS Boat Ur Ferre of prepared to bi supplied wun W Ig A Machine with tb H be of II without Crono BEST MANUFACTURERS Sheet Iron w BULL id and D of ABLES dx 00 tv TOOT AL IKE STREET and D TO AIJ i rates Seasoned BRUCE CONSTANTLY TL Street Portland S Shop leal TO TUB ated iu tha of i material can i Saw Mill Oak and Id at short any j nd Former built pars and to order JOHN One t Is not ed tp if I am In- to the i General San OP THE H W tot eale by PITTOCK No 6 Portland Incorporated by Paid np Capital IS 5 EAST INDIA IX SE TO OOO I IS H COLOMBIA Laud 7 SBW H BE Agenta for Bank of II Toronto London boo Kingston Belleville Ottawa i 25 TJ IN Bank CURRENT ACCOUNTS opened fo than INI Credit over DEPOSIT bearing money for fixed BILLS Discounted vA Ban wi all tl CREDITS granted on New York m Company Bf Ireland any amount not SX allowed on lamed for Lad BILLS Or EX and New York and i upon them Portland February ISCO UAL OCCIDENTAL CO J A -or JACOB IRA P 4 JOHN ADAM GRANT of JACOB HILLOCK of RICH BBNJ J J JOS JOHN N THOMAS DAY MORRIS N VAN of Jol JHO R J W LEWIS JOHN ISAAC C A J BOWIE B a AK pAtn HCK j BRICK J Uisa Property m meet toraa Promptly LliB Cl Bur A Stratford Perth ahum at i and and to ed ra tcf or Kelly A Co of ft Co of John A Co Orant Co of H Colin iOo Y ofa ft Of J ft Bro ft Seller n ft Co J J W ofLooUSloaftCo im Co of Kiln t Co if ft Bro Wormier Broi Merchant f pfC Co Freight and Passage THl STEAM KIl fc CAPT Will her Pen A Lake FOR CABINET 01 ABD AT OHE O'CLOCK P II Wm ud at hoar 9 3 oo ANIH 1 10 al BUILD d i jed by on the i ad doli Cain No Wells FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE Insurance OF and 418 ST CASH DEPOSIT IK mud Paid In Gold Coin THIS COMPANY Oregon by making a o Unow prepared to effect Inmran BY INLAND NAVIGATION BISKS an v fifty dol it AND D HATEK Marine a tor Oregon Office Ho n Fron Street 10 atf THE PACIFIC INSURANCE COMPANY SAN CAPITAL HI TING HADE ARRANGE HI NTS TO COMPLY with law Stato of regon ft deposit of parties of against loo er by flra U pa this HOUK INSTITUTION C Ralston J G Kittli L Tabbi SAN Q W Beaver Wm Sharon Adam Grant Ball 3 M D J Oliver Wm H illo A B J O Earl B J Lloyd vis Hi Rm n Jr T B L B Wm Sherman X P A T J Jr Edward Martin Charles PORTLAND 0 AINSWORTH W S rf for Oregon and Washington Territory May 29 A FARM OF ACRES W of Oregon for sale at a ALSO ACRES Portland on the Boon s Perry road Apply at the Hotel Portland Oregon Sept 17 dtf FAT President GOLD COIN James J G Bray J B U L Dodge D Stora Herman Frederick J Q Kellogg A G H F Q U Howard P L E L W A F W Sale TWO MILKS ry reasonable milw from r of Second aod f tf and AVells Co's FAST LINE GREAT REDUCTION ON FREIGHT A E and 1ST f onr rotes for FAST be M f II Prom i to 28 11 r 1 1 laho C ty 40 Doc FAnno co JOHN HAILEY CD'S Concord u a and WELLS FAROO EXPRESS W BAVINO UMATILLA JIT S clock far Boiw via J taker Idaho and 1 1 direct at OWi Ferry with FOB BUBY AND to bo com who to line u now at Reduced time than any other Una and oar Night II AI LEY A and JOS c all of ratnes it on ll bank of tie ft U fre ft mi tht Ann peculiar tl M A Sail ur of taken to HOTEL Comer ol G and St roots THK LAST FEW MONTHS luu and En tin of of Saw and the proprietor now able to offer to ILo patrons uf the and Increased from hia BUI to and from the Frae of Charge Safe la tho Office for of A CO every morning from this HeteL H GIMBAL Montana and FREE OF it JR UMATILLA ark of H A JOHN R FOSTER c w OREGON GOODS AND TO ALI of the MINES IN IDAHO AMI all with the Forward Ing and promptly to of Goods Solicited i Underbill A Otf I Allen A Lewis Oeo C Johnson Co Portland Oregon San I a of J H p FLANDERS FELTON AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS W T ATTENTION TO and Forwarding Goods to all parts of the In and Idaho Territories also to the Freights paid and Goods Stored on Consignment made to ns All Intrusted to tu promptly attended to Mark Goods care of V AF FELTON lave on band anil keep for aalo a and THE NATIONAL COLLEGE 01 BUSINESS AND Corner Alder and Front Streets PORTLAND Superior vantages 1 COLLEGE RANKS FIRST THK JL and offers for a I radical nwa superior to any other scl THE COURSE OF INSTRUCTION Is conducted on tba plan of tbe leal Cot Colleges in Europe tbe tic States comb PRACTICE By mrang and Offices ll tut fm ing the Student with all the different k nils ol ID the time and least THE BUSINESS bj Single anl Ruble Entry il fp Commercial Ct ence Lair Act Lectures en nta Cos tana Mercantile Ac is Com ng the hole and Special w tl priv l reviewing at anj future time N B deduction will be made nn lulled before tl e 1st uf For further call at the College or addr M K National College Portland 950 ll HI BOXES WINDOW GLASS to and fur sale ID RECEIVED assorted lota to suit bj COLBMAN i CO 93 Portland RESTAURANT AND Oio rino Hull t ET 1 TUP HAS OP nt i ui ii K 1 liii tt ti n I tl ubU i K nora thill u oi h ll it u It U co Iu t tl oil tt e Ban I rn i pi ox Ibe II I 1 la Krai ill V 1 Isot PI Kit IIF a D SUIT i L P IT Hotel Corner of muti Fir at SMITH HAS BLEN F 1 and Newly f oii will Le at the en to bring Tuis no i LINCOLN Corner and Front IOUT LA N C M AT T HI K USES NICHOLAS HOTEL HAT tb p ll at U aour I to mil In a ry ct w II be undone which 11 In tl o of the proprietor Iu du to Rivals con 1 rial In Visual HM COFFEE AND OYSTER SALOON Door North ot Oro Hall LF the uf and CASKS uf all kind aim 1 f r J ornat u 1 promptly t A IT ON THE i KK THIS IlEINO n open fur 1 icj and u o will ai vf ly lit kaown d lo U S e lib I alina Augnit 1 US 190 and ISM Front St cor.HorrUoo NEW been elegantly and being uow ready for tho ol U tbe Proprietor would tny to of land aud the travelling public that he It now ready and entertain who may favor him call at PRICKS TO SUIT TLc MJW COLUMBIAN U in entirely new hoate hard well nuti and to lo Iho hundred people ROOM U large and baa fine market If either In quality or fur tbe deposit of taken to the Hotel nxx OF all ti jht Biard week Board and Lodging The Proprietor wUl at endear or to tind respectfully and the patron age of the citizens of Portland and the t welling public ll Mansion Mouse Bfo 143 front Street Oregon PROPRIETOR KNOWN 18 MOW OPES M1 after and newly N ALi A BIH rot TERMS Board and per w 00 and Lodging per day I oo Single Mcab 25 The MANSION WAGON will al rayo be at the wharf to baggage of i GLOBE HOTEL Corner Front and C Streets PORTLAND OREGON inform the of Port Inn a aud the I i inform the of Port Inn a aud the traveling community tbat he is now to and enter tain all a rosy favor him with a call in a and at to suit tbe t aits i the rooms an large well ventilated and eligibly with An Ac Tl e table will always suu piled with tbe very ibe market It w an i conduct HOTEL entire to hia ho would therefore solicit the patronage of the public PHILIP MOSSMAN'S HOTEL tax I Board per week 6 tW Board and oo AT HOCUS leave tb House fur Dallas 011 M and Fridays for oil and Pri I CHUB AND PLENTY OF IT I HA i SALEM JAT B THE K HOTEL arrd I nocon the tig j oa nui in good style aji any Un Its to make tbe as good as tl P aud tban public In Salem lie w 11 w on com pit to some Important whi h adj to ita nd comfort an I mtt da to merit and botea to receive is chare mgc Ito of Charley known to bo tl c best n ok m Salem and oue of tbe best in thi anl other i reons to n cnt ar d la resolved o gel aa a iu fo iud an ul Ii and show Hummer ire bulk an ly of tl o 1 oct the market affords Jla wann anl 1 and with anl other le reading matter an I kei t in a manner will U nn resort Iu aburt be i aa effort to i ILL who Hutse Aud ho mwt r bic re to pve the oil an I well it Jw utau 1 nt least mure trial bcf ru ere a J f they are not ao t roj f r ard al toe n will not Lot fault of tbe public a m aud muit ible L 8 B Ml or w tl out by attU tl Argea n No I L J NUCLEUS HOTEL B BKG TO AZ imc t tl rr f ie U ui 1 it r ley n st tl at largi a d c u claw i 6 6 9 9 heir Is in each of tut an outside bat purpose Tbo liui a letter and had be pa si age of an enabling n Louisiana by means voters whole by Congress itself If hat none bat W COB a matter it is in tbc State ol that the Stato altogether a y m Congress there u c oine of the people of Since therefore we ha ul option of tbe ecu re ua hat it is the best for tbe Spirit of the Southern Press HOW THET LOOK AT Til K From a large file of 1 no a few idea uf Low tl e present s The proposed i cry reason why wu si not degradation of tho i coj le of iho with them Lut await tl States and if tbe upon them to make tbe Aa the prospect of ad among of tbo So unto tbo that tt NO 280 h gne a corn c ke South look at a Kent crt tbo adoption of tl us for ratifying tl n the strongest reoe sm imply bouth we will nothing to t Uon of tbo nits should be loru of an inevitable D to a spu people to dis tit A careful reading of tl any c are not BO bad fur tho am and that tbe fa out hen jf accept them Ai reg wi in h to barter ana iti dependence fur tbe matt in Congr a calculating do not wunt feature of tbu wurk tho people of tb could be in o of negro ly not for the poor o in tbo t Government in tha for representation when -a at any of an increased if tlie of tho uth cares very great or small in Congr is pushed to would be fur bugbear of Sou hen legislation it now Ib indeed tbt re ir tbo H mant be ol he leading idea among be North ia tbo with suffrage orla been directed to tbe Boulh to do wi matter If tbo Radicals ng elections as we he next of Congi secure their much cherish csa fill tako tamo d object A J read ICB are mo ing lo war apon them for r of this State baa d looking So Sou to do with it is already b tyon Tbe Griffin Qa Her has asserts The cay thi du voto for Cot Naf Jt I they Ulk t do not adopt the pt out and the last wood and a draw er that oar children thern J Amendment wilt repeat bern States to u to be a part jf L a possible m the umo t even if tbe Southern stiti Amendment till tbat shall not entitle to m tho tonal We an gla go 10 far as to Bay tbat f w we ought to i DO ot ni be a he r of water trusting h lave inherited DO inch bat they will 01 tonor The Ga CTi IDg Dr L F aci now on writes the following am October to bu pa and what d a man as he may BI be Griffin Herald let v that we h r no guarantee tonal Amendment f tho Union for the o tbo extract With reference to tha action of tbe South on ie Constitutional Amen to he submitted to eso tbat were pro uf people cannot rdt tbe new 6 ended aa a bid to or and u iul of a a bid tho refusal could nevar unde by any deans tb bond hoi keo must extended ical majority The great in of aa some s to erery tba loaders at Idling of the end all their el ey first bold an ID adopt ba no end tbi ced in the u doubt mil tf n Tute fur legi tcs it will bo seen id t m the face uf y Co Contention are to bo tonj rest should be loyal negro inana It is area are to t ie States reduced to Witia o aa ring what to be- from us a e circulated the ditor of the Maeon to the North ther thing? of date The Doctor IB no hen fore so sober mind y challenge the I tight here observes for fear bf being be South guarantee pus ie act keeps her oat heir consideration I h ive ny my the bitter draft taxation years to come iqtondi W tb this view of tho the adop of the 1 1 a perhaps beat to let bings take their course any guarantee tbat no a ler than now presented o to tbo impera condition as haj bcca d Cot id the have ore rould be required of t wo lid perhaps be best irca instances of tht To re aod the belt grace we c an tithe exactions and imposed on The Atlanta Ge report of tbe Joint C on tho Amendment Tbe report Dg jna 1st That tbe States alone authorized to COD Amendments 2d Tbat such bj two thirds of the if two-thirds of tho State 3d That Georgia was c States which the Govt nt was created an must always have contit tied the Government sh s reserved to tbo right to secede or t inent of tbe C eject her The report by the tha ion be issue mailo nnd mm at ait during tho General Government wei and with its aup restored to their which had hi catno tho supreme Ian a rebellion and that tbn C changed m tbo manner 1 The them of the Legislature as foil We are gratified ion wh ch the ID fa isada of our A 1 e vole stood JO for r jcm n this decision tie II nit tw Q ro cast Messrs E 1 of I mini people of Georgia ki Thus lias iho d w Georgia is concerned ni be n of our repr hearty approval all tr of t elf respect demand tl burled m tho I heap it up n ua U e i uj on it o fuel tb it ll 3 to iho tru ta re L situated o i cor r of Market an 1 Tl irl atre In The bonne ill nil the m to const t te this first and tho n of the city It aff rds an unequalled Y uf the the c ty and It Burr m 1 nBB Tl o known of tlin n tors ill 1 o e ffl cm tee tl at tbn lal le n ill t M with all of the tho IV p feel lent of being abl to satisfaction to wl o may with the r patronage HESS gires tbo Hia p position to the the bead and hear luoid analysis of tbn shows to ie act i hundred his to ear as my it tee if til Aate to ie or content t for do ra trodden of Georgi k tho Constitutions tho e United States are tho most be propose or the the original nut that her relations to th by tbe n o hear that ted to depart over the right t of Con f tbe President an id by tbe a Stato caul t OD tho States wcr iona and tho C en overthrown be States recently i i can only 1 i ibod by tbo State i cats upon the I sure at tbo mot nt th Ij In the beaut 3 and 0 r adopt on ise concurred will flo dissenting vote n of an e tha n settled so far a 9 arc lhat will meet tha A it those seek tjo tho eir i up it h com men Un of proposed t is such as might hare been I of Charles J amendment divests it t all I semblance of government anl hat degradation aad ill grace any State that shal a it among her lep i en L me IP he 1 thus to m put t Dr Deem s paper tbo tch nnn 11 inclined to tbo bout hern to i t tho H wan Amendment We in air Inel it 1 t bi in no j t thi Amendment but It may bcj tbat th LO Governor Worth the n U o body of tho leading men of Una Matt will n the most earnest terms the a 1 pu n of tbi Amendment may go auJ le dare that the salvation of tl c fau ilh nn 1 tbo fate of tba country depend oa ite Hup Uut fear it will bo too late I Tho N Hulden tbe notorious IB striving t induce North Carolina to tbo lut onai Amendment lie iu the V n Wo saw nnd bear 1 o it U aching tun tu convince us that if II Amend not be 1 bv the S States wool i foil w tml confiscation of j roj and many tber We rush the tjj tiko tli i Amond moot to avoid further greater i a Tho Qa Html I dooa not I ke tbc way some themselves by professing to go to Cong this point it says Upon caon t be We blamo no one for getting any position that In money J LuC vro gin to understand bow any man f nico lings ts solicitous to go lo tbat Yankee Congress when a Southern while man H and ill be again What con i j de man with ODO grain of sand In Fit up tl ore in Washington say bathe ip 1 tl ere and bear himself and his wife and bid and hia dead or alive hid and his Stato un i abused fum week send to week's end attl he 1 blag fool c c constructed cur co take it alf Tho Lancaster S C Le ko i gnn it to bo November elections tbe cd innocence thus The fati of tbc Sonth so cu tot ion 19 concerned has commenting on ult of the late elections Th unthinking people who ace bree thousand millions of r of bj the re and en f fickle liars nnu half a million of to restore are now it ui of coutin mog indefinitely tbo Tery of to pro which they for folur years j Congress being onr con u bat of of war upon par le Tbo due rmo tbat oar rights been meets tbe Approval of the North triumph of the stamps tbe people oa the and most unforgiving people of modern times They are still at war with a dts pet pie who are elm to ol ey aws in the making of which they hare no voice Without representation in to defend mr and another resort to arms being ut of the we nothing kft but tu the malignity and of a gigantic and merciless with and Wo have now littlo kfl besides the and of our splendid courage nd that honor which passed e cat hi ESS through tie furnace of civil By d of our wrongs wo may retain in tbe of our tbe respect of mankind int by servile concessions we lose 11 which renders life endurable The Ledger also bemoans tbo of he majority of tha Southern States in reference o accession and aaye regretfully Had 6 oat hern State been a South Caro ma a third of a century ago ing not one par icle of confidence m tbo North would ong einee have been ani would have and bendes there would have no war The Yankee only ns bo he knew bo had three or four men to onr oe to begin with and tbat he coald bamboozle and enough foreign era to make tho ratio live T six to one More than thirty years ago when loath Carolina with her high posted on bo watch tower that saw tbo enemy afar off with masked batteries and thq black bid by the stars and stripes proposed then o prepare for hia coming what an unearthly lowl was merely through tho North or that was natural and to expected but we are sorry lo say all through the bouth Every rue Southern man is convinced note that South ilma was then had her lead been up the South to day would bare been to happy and All honor ben we shout and shall ever shout tn tho glori us old Palmetto State at least for her brilliant past For what she now develops urn and wo bold her not at all One James P Hambleton of Atlanta Georgia announces himself a candidate fur to fill a vacancy in tbe District This flaming address to tho voters of tho district i thus con laded Let ua then bo calm bat firm is no in tbe North strong KI to help the acquire the full of her under be Constitution Let us then claim nothing but what tbc Consti utton gives usl Let us make no concession but is clearly warranted bj the Ind bjr all means let as spurn efforts to amend change tbo Let ua oj puse New England Radicalism under and jOt ns obey tho laws pay tho taxes lut under no circumstance apologize for the iren tbe representatives of the best Government he world ever saw at Bull Run un I other places too numerous to think uf t us never edge ourselves traitors or Let ua maintain boldly and f wo choose that tbe South m her effort to ish a Confederacy was guilty of no crime and although failing was in the ex of an inalienable right tho pnn and of which was tho noblest tbe grandest tho most righteous and for any people ever Criming crawl ing fawning and apologizing lias dunt the S mtb no good Nothing but blood nnd p under will tbe Radical maw Let us therefore keep the bub express no regret for the past only the failure to establish Southern Independence j The same Hambleton testified before tbo Con n Committee and tbo anta Inlclltgeuctr which supports hv i in hie canvass for Congress thp extracts from bis testimony to shon his sound ness on tho main questions Question What have been your of as tho sentiments of tbo people of a since Lee Answer Atlanta IB a very central pi im n It a tbe great railroad center of and I fro come in contact with persons from her of the country Question Is there or not an among ho people arc to be comi i For tbu oss of slaves or other lo sea sustained bv the war Answer That is the impress on when the engendered by tho war o ic 1 Que tion you take art in the ion f Answer sir I did nil I for and regretted exceed i gly 1 could not do more I was s ly tb of regiment I belonged to that is t the commencement of tbe c v w ir knu vti a- L was to im u Ii to seco non I was a supporter of Mr D Hut when tho Stato acted nj t i hl t in th of tuto that a ance was first due to tnv I ic iu in tho action of and went w tli it Question Have your cl u cc 1 IP re tbe soundness of tlo r doc trine as a Answer m the leist I f tl it to be the upon which the Coutt tul was formed Question To what extent if anr has a change taken place upon that t amon vour Answer I do not think as far ns belief m the right of a State to 13 concerned there I aa 1 eer change of oj mion We bare 1 n t to try it any moro and as honorable WL coul 1 not try it again r u it man whose only regret is that the rebel lion was not successful and that be no moro toward t is probably now swearing outside the of Represents lives at Washington Tbo Richmond predicts that an Empire will nso uj on tho revolutionary rums of tbo he and that then only can tbe Sooth bo protected in her natural r After a labored foray t pan the classics from tbe h stones of Caligula Marc Antony Cromwell and others who bare made themselves famous by their tyranny or boldness tbo Times concludes thus U here seems to be bat one outlet of safety left one escape from tbat impending rum an I utter disorganization will follow tho consummation of Radical designs It s to Lo f jund in a Government with the strongest bead of affords an exam pfc Call it a desp tism if you choose but to 1 s complexion must America corae at if nary excesses bo not arrested In tbo of their suffering m tbe of tbt people themselves frota Maine to Cal if will like tho Hebrews of old when tired their prophets clamor for a king whose strength and majesty and power eball silence tbo turbulence of tho rabble tbc sedition of tore and calm tho troubled waters of civil and political Such will bo the logical nay merciful conclusion of that fierce popular burn cano of bate and passion now bo North It may bo to speculate as to who that man may bo whose voice crying Peace bo still to tbc raging sea will yet be beard above tho of the tempest But tbat such a man coma at tha proper time let doubt who has annals of hia Whether that man sh ill Le Andrew Johnson or Grant or Sherman omo one now unknown and undreamed of no one can at predict Whenever becomes m I by force restores order confirms peace quell a ind bloodshed and call him a usurper but he will m net be the savior of bis country and those who ball bim of her liberties will that had destroyed them before ie came upon tho sceno We cannot more fitly conclude these ban by appending as a tail piece a few verses biut Jefferson Davis written by a young lady of Virginia who rejoiced in the namo of Burton Tbe newspapers all up and publish as something cry fine Tbo last three verses are as follows Tho world knows all oar chosen leader Ar J with At thy nations wonder At tins Star-spangled flag's Uut will tosee Thy untold V b lo all was Tbo Bible only comfort left noble laws her moro BtUI T y Jinn of her Will with oar country K history UTO TJ y of knowledge too bo fitly decorates thy Tby lofly aod true A model Christian man! art Buffering for ns Bat it nukes our lore grow stro g onr conqueror's cruel W beep then fettered longer Tt ey may confine thy le framo A Id new to thj Dot cannot tarnish thy fame tne love for oar TOE FAMOUS MADAME Wax CASK SET LED Tho litigation in will case n reiving nearly which aaa been be- oro the of New for such a merry time was finally adjusted on tho 12th f November the result being a verdict in faror f the heirs Madame Jumel being declared to to und mind when the was executed The Executors did not contest the smt and nde stood that a compromise was effected before he trial came on by which the party wbo contests the will agreed to pay the overal bequests named In the will the defendants their claior to their respective shares f the residuary estate Seme 200 witnesses had been summoned in the case and it would have occupied the Court three had not BIB compromise been effected Tbe object in bating tho trial was to get a formal verdict of a ury on the of tho testator fas is to afford one of the defendants Bev J Howard Smith opportunity to correct a public as to hia connection with the ill It is understood under tbia settlement oOO is to be paid by Nelson of which 000 goes to the Eev J Howard Smith SIO 00 to the at the various and charitable are to get the respectively assigned to them in the will nd fho balance is to be divided np omone tho awyers Tho heirs at law get and tho Stato into ILc possession of Mr HARD TO Speaking of a ation by ox Governor Perry of South Carolina to tho New York Herald vehemently denouncing the constitutional amendment that iper says We are not surprised at this Wo must expect from tho South all of to o hit it will not do But it wilt do and must do hero is tho patient that docs not make wry faces at tho offered He may kick against t but it 13 not to force it on him The b just u one of tho sickest of tbo ly sick and the worat feature in its case 3 that it does not know what 13 good for it Ita friends and well wishers feel that there but ono remaly adapted to its ailments and that is the amendment If it accept tbe inevitable result will be that this ress or the Congress that succeeds it will acting on tnc sentiments of the people as indicated n the lato elections take of the country appoint military Governors the ac or ling its own We it to the i coplo to say whether they will be gain era by forcing matters to such extremes It is a wise maxim which eays when you can't have things own way the ways of you o to deal wub as smooth and pleasant as pos JAV n 1806 W OH s Corner nnd Seventh Sts PORTLAND LATEtT and Tools are fully abla to an i II cir facilities for and r pron uy for any kind of required em D ENGINES Hits MILLS S d M ifni k nnd ja Iron Fronts Doon u I ki ills of bit fry and r 11 i me ot Macl il ery ol s l u Ju l sh at Ilio low MI market crei t I tni Rnl 1 K turn A C lorrl ni Oct ISM TIIK OLD Corner of Toylor STILL TO KEEP M c on BEST VI J of M ata io the city CDU t MITTON POUk of 11 which
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