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Syracuse Daily Courier And Union (Newspaper) - March 13, 1865, Syracuse, New York DAILY I TWENTY CENTS W W of American and The djawa a most choly but just picture of tho decline of all lic under tho rule of the divines now rule us It It true leaders really claimed not the reckless lawlessness of but all its probity and conld ba no hope for tbe If the orders of American manhood really conW be hoped from the other tier the worse and csore 1 abroad everywhere not only not rebuked but courted and flattered Drunkenness is enthroned in the of Senate of the United States that and with the presence of Adams and others of fame The Vice President United States pn the very day of bis a speech have to be bribed not to publish and which is excluded froin the official organ cf shape of in official cheat soldiers out of the money that they ruk their lives to be- stow upon their families the love of is becoming passion with the of the and the excuse of a celebration for bar is made the oc cation in the metropolis for R huje parade in which horses and imposing part of the display and flummery victories and are no indication of wisdom in people or Jn the administration It is aoj snch symptoms as these which cate a in behalf pf justice right or duty They mark rather a deca- dence of public morality which should startle every lover of liberty tO num at tbe speech that ill Globe suppress his copy and wall until Mr Johnson could write out a speech tbe Tho Cincinnati Gazette when Vice President Andy was pn his way from to Washington tp take the path announced that he made a speech there which H an ai an incoherent one The description of bl effort at the ration in the face of the of the world which h-ebewher copied from that most loyal supporter of tbe tho New York Herald exhibits the certain of the sama fit of incoherence on that occasion And a special dispatch sent forward by correspondent at Washington date of last and published on Wednesday shows that this admirable specimen of all tbe morality and religion of try wta still more severely afflicted en day We copy it as The Vice President did ndt mate his in the Senate to-day in consequence pf a more severe attack of his incoherent ideas than pn Saturday Thus fpr the way Nashville tp and at least two days this Vice President of the States arid exemplar of all the virtues and especially of that of elect ef party that claims all the and pf tbe have been a regular bender pf a drunken spree tp the in- finite disgrace and chagrin comr try havo tp shock the public sensibility with the picture of our disgrace at Washington drawn by the loyal of the Herald But as ij is the cause of public apij exposure of hypocrisy ou the professed purists decay President ed IP bun tbe oath pf office Mr Hamlin rend tbe oath by sentences and Mr it after him Tbe effort ef the elect tp RO of repeating tbe sentences read by Mr Hamlin was painful in the extreme Ho mered repeated several over The lie had concluded Ibis task Mr Johnson turned IP the audience and commenced another speech to those assembled the idea of tbe path he had just taken They were unwilling that they should be any longer re- marks pf this new been tha custom to close all speeches the ment that the judges of the Supremo Court Mr jn accordance with ibis usage closed his speech in time tp give Mr Johnson some thirteen minutes tp make remarks before tbe arrival above But Mr did not understand the usage on such pr else was npt inclined to fellow them for the diplomatic gentlemen bulk speech and the woret part of it Toe moment that President had silenced adjourned the pf the Thirty eighth at 1C twelve o'clock Mr Johnson immediately called the Senate to order The clerk senate John W Forney then read tho proclamation of the President new session The new ordered to the clerks the office as their napes Ibe following to call stepped for- Howard Lane acd took the oath Here Vice made another yet we an tu dur and br mid of the to wo tMs tiro on of ofthe system with That of our follow creatures annually pane frum death or to do ba Are are competent io the which afflict t JIM that there arc and lor und all the o the Liyer Br remedy The to tali lv a multitude no M these if It baa won Bach Wherever stare other n e hai once eii to death whan wo IM tha to the th lie h rt bat ci to the la no one to pur bat you of t taon fine T- himsel YOD A Candid ca procure of any In and a cara for ore throat toothache We ei to sire a a a met i we are t OP person wll bottle in the honBe In of accidents are the to prove ft Office X Street New Bold by A tury HMr Dye Us Seen extensively Meil and In no It falle to glye entire 4 VENETIAN DYE la the Dost and In the world la only Fifty Junta be We tains double the tuunUly of dye in sold manufactured by it any in the stance of a Dye now or bulore the people In one bottle no required tho application you BIET Will eore every CHRONIC OR OF and diseases synip.tonw ers of FAln In found elsewhere copied be The scheme ofthe French Em- of Mexico and Dr of Sonora seems IP receive a CPU from Europe The originated M in in and was the San Francisco That paper too Besides this come naw information this is given in a of the Journal informed in important tions in diplomatic Circles It says the probable in: the recent rumors of territorial cessions made by Mexico to France is tbe speedy realization of a plan for the colonization of the State of a has freen sub- mitted by Dr Gwin to the Emperor who has approved it and presented it when ihtUaiter 1864 was on a yisu at to the a colony of workmen according to his calculation might within a given tmw attain Arrival iif of Courts Vice President Hamlin and Andrew son the vice president barely taken seats when opened Judges their gowns and of office The of Justice Chase led in A'S the and the Bible on which Lincoln path of They were the right of the chair Hamlin paused for a moment in toe judges were their seats The moment that he resumed his speech Mrs He stepped Bible held U to touch the bPW their heads in them away'withaurrepeating the path in any form left the stand when Ibe muddle Senators were and tared to them the oath pf By time lit Mr have business of the Senate Without siving an opportunity for any Mr that the procession to con- duct the elect SPECIAL BUSINESS bS i s o at to COM mra to thiw MUM fill of to ears wont ro hair nix at w will of tke okla or to worst of rice Two or MO to tto Threa to fooi we to euro to to wont pi he best hair nao In I i ABD DYE tali Dye In or Qw instantly 01 tho 19 MO to euro the wor or -.1 know from tho of by a two era to owa scat ban to two ua to of SMI Uia In tlw icB ci WM o tAW A AMD Vf Ho u Wl l AMD 0 la i Bla It P A W HOTEL Near W BTAN Bio Is B a i HO S Hi fi O BOLD o of Public Mo 84 Soft saui Its the 111 The A That thi Bitters Is not That this BUtem 18 That tile Bitters is That this no or Contains no Contains no o And cannot matce And And And In War tm HOOPING COUGH m VEGETABLE COUGH SW day beat innse every hand to in yourself path of office would be ap the order in form IV Ill a moment the ID mow the the Senate Chamber with Marshal Laman tots head and taken on the at the east entranced We to any pne c the Hon B the Hon B Brom tho Eon Thopas fl From tHe Hoo the Hoc Trom the Hon Thomas Srom u no benefit ons do ties nearly this time the gallery was filled and lives the and the as to defend the bath of the Indians Dr uw us of the and of workmen The working of the mines of Sonora sights of the Mfa oii centre of from the fact of than fact the elegance and ex good taste general like bearing l: The Texas Pur advices-from to be and the withholding of clearance the U 8 has ipt we of -a jet buffer be impossible ii i Mrs 1 if will tast those in by ject of the and it is this f pf in all ex- ibe of end other troops v a province entirely pacified where Indians to the white race are still about and which has nally of Mexico Tho mention of the name of Dr Viceroy of Sonora would alone be sufficient to prove the absurdity If of the Mexican territory be ceded leon would not go abroad Hi second to ib the group when the of foreign governments the entered the main ec- trance their of the Supreme Every legation was represented The ministers plen of jana uvo their r kind 01 nature tad all the bjr the M In the ot SIA iu aU iti form In ten loos bwa as attested A B i A I H of and Jam i Streeta orar In LiEB ANO A anoo Tiie wid ol tto Schiedam it io vaA of JCn if the In bad this AKD TV Ul Bad Dot Ano Ou ASTHMA It from Sos i and 5 Plia N jr A T AND COUNSELLOR Vf e tke cole and Lubin's Hair the and the that tie above lofte pl Its worth when of bis lit and ambition to SUe Its it its fail tot in it tho Of the i sV a vf a fifteen VMM in ail and It with Judes v Y Jrom Her W Ol Fr the latest and Children ani to eali at a Prew to and torm Attention and for among be rewarded and the pf their country say thie without in least under rating the ability or honorable character P the me more to represent France it Tery probable that the account of the is correct plan would naturally com- mend to bolb and Louis stop is directly in the teeth of the Monroe doctrine and mast contemplate only one of to compel this administration to down in abject dishonor Of and by All Ue was delega the medals orders of nobility which While these foreign were tak ing their seals Mr Hamlin concluded his speech when elect Mr his address tho patb of He bad minutes when the the tbe rigbt desk escorted by Hindi Mr of desk members of his Cabinet SPEECH PF During air this lime stch he simply then npt having taken tbe path it bo said in he Andrew aie at some hustings in put it PU It was npt only stump extreme run KHM on tne o fw for LAW in jut Though on discern that the prompter was staring us we fear we are a character ap 1 serpy c stage of the iT He had not proceeded far when Senators on the republican side began to hang their rheads down in seats look at each other vrith as much as to he crazy or what U the They exhibited great uneasiness There was mistaking tbe fact that the in the extreme The democratic aued over aed appeared to chuck A Card to Invalids in In Bovth and remedy brongMAn habits oien jr cured by this and to wig T INMAN We when be end pf the negro which has the country series radical and this opinion is Bi slave elective with jates I Senator an- amendment by of r in shall be determined by its of male its now State Mr a Vegetable aad the most ofthe fpr of and of nor effects of change of water or diet A trial the Express Ko M iiw Tatet Block Block AU e THE who suffer of in the isawe a of tbe of a ol first state that In the Bold all at T IroS BeV i Brown i Brown B D AND from it remained for Prof Be that tb the relief ol diseased and the old j sooh force a now with this Government -j wiln each other the figure made L-M party of I dent or down sentences came from ol the American flag the mentary and j unable to ait still and have I exhibition before them iB if tkat region of vast they did not Benate which now centres in several minutes after aU that both these France and his the Emperor of mean that we I o it is any bitter leek of repprt Pf j fight And so long M AM seek to mighty South either any other at a great np wi h and insults from always was was powers aid even weak and imbecile I onr power from tha want yon IP bear if br anr two minutes on that Mr Stsn- Ikke if oy any puw of War derUe your Which Ma from people is the South or tbe recurrence the tuon hard in a and cf like Upice of less This was the strain and wne of mixed with a state of the Senate on contemporary the Tribune has not yet H report was that of it heard ef Vice president of The councils would cause admit every its tp for t in county six democratic the Bpard pf in that e Democrats of made a of one vigor Sorea oni now Utter GUIS Thaye been 1 f by and Canada Price ts tents til of Vitriol Compound A or nl ill ilin i nf ty will orthe vl tr In fir IB r We make no they are it t the moat pleasant are 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