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Syracuse Daily Courier And Union (Newspaper) - April 29, 1865, Syracuse, New York ACUSE DAILY EVER SINCE THE WORLD FOE OP TYRANTS Of J SYRACUSE MORNING APRIL 29 1865 TWENTY CENTS PER WEEK COU W Secretary Stanton's Objections to man's Memorandum of Johnson a Proposed Surrender Of THH It will be remembered that tho war has always been understood and declared its to have bten only lor the Union and that Mr Lincoln declared that when that object was tbf war would cease All other and policies been defended only as collateral or to the of this one It la true that might have himself to accepting terms of Johnson's army alone leaving the Confederates in the Held f and tho war i linger on for weeks or months or years one who reads carefully the memorandum o terms of heretofore published iu this paper will see that Sherman did more He really provided for tho niter crery rebel by force the complete dispersion of every rebel and the of every rebellious State to the authority of Federal Government The adoption of that capitulation by the in- politicians at Washington would therefore hare secured not but al the ends for which the war has been sedly if cot really waged MISTAKE OB It is charged that Sherman in considering and submitting these terms of capitulation usurped authority belonging to the civil power and not legitimate to the military commander Had Sherman definitely con- cluded that arrangement thera have been a semblance of justice in the charge But the fact that the agreement o surrender was wholly subject by Us terms to the approval or disapproval of tho alleged proper authority at Washington robs the charge of usurpation of all its force It remembered that man and Grant -had an- Interview with Mr Lincoln prior to the movements on Eich mend and and that thero Is DO reason whatever to that ths terma of lation at all vary understanding then and there arrived at man was not in telegraphic communication with Mr Lincoln while Grant was and the very fact that to when Lee proposed to surrender in reference to a proposed general arrangement for Peace shows that at least BO instructions such a capitulation had previously been given fuct that while Mr Lincoln was still in Richmond the late call of the Union men for tho of tho Virginia ture was issued with a of safe to Letcher the then rebel Governor and th and influential late rebels establishes conclusively that Sherman follow ed herein but the new policy of Mr Lincoln as it was generally understood prior to hi return to Washington We know that a correspondent of the New York Tribune gives another version of tli matter which He publish elsewhere but a this account appeared only after the President's decease it is nt least liable to the suspicion of being inspired from some source and of at least doubtful On tho other bond ae to ibe proposed action of the State The Mew York News makes the following definite ant unequivocal statements Mr Lincoln hud when in Richmond down terms of reconstruction in perfect cordance with those agreed on between Gen Johnston and General Sherman The soon ns the armies of tbo United States wer disbanded to conquer noil subdue loyal States It will bo remembered that the capitulation expressly provides that tha arms shall only bo need to preserve and tbo Peace in due to tbo Union and tbo tion of tbe United Slate and tbe pretended apprehension of Mr Stanton that tbe very men who wore prepared to lay down these arms and submit lo the Union now when arrayed as a veteran army after each and all of them had laid them down and dis- would use them to conquer and subdue loyal by whom they bad juat vanquished and disarmed is puerile mockery of intelligent men's understandings It is untrue lo eay that tho agreement between Johnston and Stoerman leaves these arms open lo the nse of the Confederates for it provides that ence deposited at tho places they shall ba subject to tbe orders of the Ordnance at Washington But eays Mr Stanton undertook to re establish tha rebel State Governments The governments existed before the War and Rebellion The capitulation nither creates nor them It simply changes their character in a moment and with a few strokes of the pen From a condition of rebellion it brings them Lack to their of and obedience to the Constitution tha aw and legitimate Federal authority Tha Federal Constitution guarantees to every State a form of government A Republican Stale government implies necessarily tbe rule of a majority of the ple of the State If any authority is tent to prescribe that a lees or a minority shall rale because the number la nowhere limited it ia equally competent to prescribe that ten men or one man shall rule as any other number The rulo of any favored or select number less than a majority is equally an oligarchy or an aristocracy tbe rule of ten men and does not constitute a Republic and is of tbe ipn If a majority rule and Constitution not violated then nearly all of the people f those States having been rebels their in tho State Governments even if elections are had are likely to bo ant or converted rebels But as this ion at once restores all to loyalty and compels II officials to swear anew to support the Constitution what more coald by a as TVO will quibble capitulations BB wo please we cannot the hris boon and again izad but foreign powers asserted not only their debts but tbe claims of their subjects against her We may evade it by successful armed resistance in case of need hut or a combination of foreign powers er or later held by us assert the claims of their subjects ing out of the action of tho Southern States while in revolt as they did against Mexico whose history id a history of The claim under the Saw of nations if we take neither gain cor lose force be cause of the governments new or old form of the State SIXTH OBJECTIOn puts in dispute the existence of loyal Slate the now State of Western Virginia which has been recognized by every department of the States government Ii puts in dispute nothing It simply acknowledges a already existing and names that judicial arbiter which ia likely to be most favorable to the A large part of the loyal North disputes the validity of the new State government under the tion and if the courts are ever allowed to and parties whose interests may ba involved L LOAN By authority of the of tho the un- has the General Subscription Af onCy for the sale of United mates Treasury Notes bearing seven and per cent Interest per annum known as the SEVEN-THIRTY LOAN are Issued under dale of Jnue 15th 1805 payable years from that time In currency or are at the option of the holder Into V a per Cent BEAMING BONOS Thoso bonds a premium which the actual proUt on tbe 7.30 loans its ami municipal taxation from mt to to tue rate levied on other property The Interest is payable In currency by coupons to each may be cut off ami sold or banter The interest Due cent per day on a Two coutta Tea PINKERTON'S SPECIAL NOTICES SAGES HAVE WRITTEN OUd Fonts SUNG THAT We no for this pleasant and the public Drank an a age they are at t aamo time tho most pleasant ful compound They will cure Uror Complaint Asthma Constipation and are recommended from Pulmonary Complaints Thay area curtain euro and of and Intermittent vers The used to preserve these Bitters Is Pare Old Bourbon Whiskey For this n they are larly recommended by Physicians to to diseases of SENERAL DEPOT 14 AND 16 STREET br and ble d 88000 memoranda ia which the late President ed the of the States that basis of adjustment is cow in the hands of Judge Campbell A letter enlarging further liberality of tho in his memoranda was written by Mr Lincoln and that further of the Federal is wa believe now in the bauds of the gallant officer to whom it bad been directed Major General The pledges made and still outstanding by the authority of tho of the United States provide recognition of the rebel lature of that State as representative body of It bygones as bygones and while declining to withdraw any mations of ho Executive places emancipation and subject to the award of this Supreme Court Peace reconstruction con- harmony and perhaps even hearty goud will bad thus been placed within tbn reach of the public of both sections Having thus disposed of firs ground of to the memorandum for the capitulation of Johnson army and all tbe rebel armies we proceed briefly as sible to consider Stanton's IT WAS A OP THS Sir dare not assert that anything in tbe is a express of government Any candid reader of it would see at a glance that the Secretary He only dues to his conclusion that in way a capitulation which by its very terms the rebel government took away from it its main props the rebel States and restored them to lite Onion and disbanded all itii armies is au acknowledgement ment thus utterly made powerless and lated That tho Confederate Government a existing fact every one that we have fought to abolish that fact on ground of illegitimacy is equally well known to charge an acknowledgement of legitimacy upon him who at one stroke secures Us annihilation ia the very height of and THIED is understood to establish tao rebel State that have been over thrown at the sacrifice of many loyal lives and o and places small armii nd munitions of war In the hands of tho reb i night bo the We therefore it simply converts lately ebel into loyal ones an do no more A policy that puts those State governments ito the hands of the one in twenty or one in hundred who have never rebelled would enable the power and the of the to rale eleven South era Stales auo an to rule the whole loyal North It would perpetrate ia the federal er of an or oligarchy of a few partizan leaders It require heavy are allowed to appeal to them the dispute will come before tho courts with or without this capitulation and the proviso therein SEVENTH practically abolishes the cation law and of every degree Who have slaughtered all pains and penalties of their Mr prior to his under stood to be preparing a of jal generally responded to clamored for it thing and low in it tile act was approved If those who have actually slain our sons and brothers are pains and penalties who else shall be A says the News gibbeted in chains at every cross the orthodox tem under which European despotisms have made revolution chronic A leading man the South rotting in at intervals ofa few miles ugly bib relatives and rilla or will hang around the bo In advance Kotce ot the named will be promptly of end forwarded at once The Interest Juno next will BK MAKKET now tie Government and it la confidently ex- that its will make It the A Candid Voa pi any In this city and vicinity DB It is A aure and speedy Bore throat toothache colic pains ilmbB one to give It a The 85 we person will ever be out It Kvery family the house In suilden as Its p are miraculous As for croup it the Certificates to prove ft 56 Hew York WITH OB VITIATED all Over OF THE PEOPLE It may burst out In may merely keep you and eood But you caDDOt have eood your are now on market Thla amount a tho Jt will tie aa ease on- closing tlie In order thar or every and section of the country may afforded for the loan the national State Banis and Bankers receive their pirn agents to be responsible for which they receive orders S purees out organs of lUe ou curus a complaints Philadelphia by tuo First National Second Xn Ira Scrofula or Views Sores Eoss w Erysipelas Tetter Salt Scald Worm Cancer or t Sore of the human race beautiful and Hair men have and experimented on the means lor tbo Preservation and of Beautifying and Adoring Viewing a healthy and growth of tho as the Brat and moat desirable ornament la the faco and form of either know the causes which impair iti and the proper for ita A FACT It is but n few rears Bines It became known that the property of mation and a healthy action beyond any sub- Rt nee previously or used Yet no great are Ita merits that It become a In almost evory household and a component part of nearly every liniment or embrocation for Injuries or tion A QUESTION If will and restore n healthy action the surface of the body and why will It not do tho upon tho and thereby remove dandruff stop the bair falling or turn r caused by nothing so or ol the scalp MOKE FACTS A few yearn ago Mr by elon suffered severely from an Irritation of the constant itching accumulation of to cure he tried every popular hair pre- thon in the et but all without nent of ARNICA In curing preparation with other ar- ticles of known value and gave that a trial which very soon permanently cured the trouble The same tion undor the title of MATHEWS ARNICA HAIS Has boon extensively In -all manner of scalp easea with a beneficial result HAIR GLOSS Stimulates and the hair it from fall whon promotes its it proof all ARNICA HAIR GLOSS Permanently all Irritations and eruptions of the scalp and makes it healthy and for the 01 dandruff it him no Jtn operations MATHEWS ARNICA HAIR GLOSS as a compound only the and the hair but It readers and disposing Itt j place without or 1865 1865 W Cornell AT ST PRICES FOR CASH of Decorative Fresco Panel OF M JW AND Velvet TERT RICH old und Hand In Grent for an army in every State to keep down tho disfranchised and tented It would limit the range and tion of really able and competent men for fice put or keep in power thi mere brainless insignificant or even tools ef a central power It would bring bad here the situation of the old Roman Empire where the people of the provinces plundered and oppressed by tbe of the centra power lost all heart and vigor in the public defiance and the rapid decline and fall of a once mighty Empire But whatever be the merits or demerits of this proviso as to the rebel cfate legislatures it The News is well informed the policy of Mr Lincoln as well as Sherman By restoration of the rebel in their respective States they would be enabled to reestablish slavery Hero wo get at tho real gist and pith of tbe rejection of those terms did NOT assume to reestablish slavery neither did they assume to abolish it They left very to the Constitution the laws or ments enacted in conformity thereto the courts and the local or State That this should be objected to Sherman's eras proves bat little confidence in the dity of Emancipation Proclamations er Con- gressional Emancipation enactments or adoption of the late Constitutional ment by a free people States This objection has just this force and no more Tha difficulty of this part of the programme of tbe administration and the Northern is not exaggerated by the Tribune when it said in a recent The task of reconstruction is at best grave It will tax loftiest ship To resettle society in South on the ol Freedom for oil is an arduous wider taking Tbo difficulty ever present to the mind ol a practical we take Andrew eminently 10 how to reconcile he fundamental democratic rule of ment by a majority vote with the necessity of aking care that the loyal people of the ex ebel States shall not be put under the faet of he disloyal To effect this end how long after Peace and might have been restored by this very long even after the irn army we to be a to anarchy misrule sedition conspiracy law covert or confessed and am 1 The just and fair rule of real majorities is only with tho will of the majority Heir and no right statesmanship nothing but fraud force or venality and corruption can make even an apparent change OBJECTION aground of by the Federal Government to pay the K debt by the rebels in the name of the Slate An intelligent reader will look Iu vain through the entire memorandum of tion to find any clause on which this ion is based The question is not raised by the capitulation bat outside of it Shape these as mny their mcke the locality io the pursuits of peace Traveling agents o of this mei who may seek their the ricl fields of the South will run very great riak when passing gibbets of missions under the knife or rifle of vengeance 51 In former leaders we have sufficiently Cussed this question A amnesty is a a population am patriotism will sacrifice vengeance to the par manent welfare of the country But if a gen eral amnesty why not it by specifying those who shall be and for punishment 1 Every clause of the capitulation was reserved for approval disapproval or modification a1 gave terms that had been rejected by Lincoln and better than the rebels had ever asked in prosperous tion This is a direct on the memory of Mr Lincoln who it will bo remembered ly asserted the rebels would accept co terms but those of independence and wore not ready to submit When where by whom and to whom were better terms offered 1 Let cs have tbe facts and particulars statement none more than it will our Republican friends generally bech taught to believe the direct of this statement qo bo true forms no basis of true and icg peace but relieves rebels from the sure of our leaves thiem in a con- dition to renew their efforts overthrow the United States Government and subdue the loyal Slates whenever their strength is re and opportunity should Whatever the of the people and their leaders to and are grateful for constitutes the of ft lasting peace This war has established the inability ef the Sonth to overthrow States whon was in its most flourishing condition and the inequality coald only become greater in the future Fifty years restore it to Is condition before the nor after the terrible lessons of this civil war ia a likely to see another But here as and eras mm only and ation compromise and the of tional agitations sectional can save us ring and ruinous civil begotten of conflicting interests ol remote sections and di- verse pursuits Population and resources not terms of govern these possibilities and only jy restricting tho of population and South can this danger e averted 1 Are that character and to usual or practicable in capix taken to prevent of terms of surrender and ation until Mr Stantoa himself should get ready specious list of futile to Sherman's agreement The press ordered by telegraph to publish nothing n relation to it until officially The was go clear so so complete a fulfilment of tbe hopes of tbe whole people that the cabinet dare cot commit it public met without with their own ong studied but extraneous design ed to it in the public mind I BOOK for T d 8 SECURITIES 38 Wall Street New York U S Under the recent arrangement of the Treasury Department with Mr JAY COOKS General Agent Checkn and Drafts oa legal Tender Notes and National be remitted in payment Cent Notes and to date it Notes be br nee argo to all the bo na direct or nearest bank or Persons visiting tbe city will find a fall or the notes on at for mall be tbe address in full 60 the notes are forwarded also keep on and bay and tell Market United States Securities Bankers and individuals receive on favorable terms WaU Street Wew such as Retention Sterility also Diseases Complaints Heart Diseases Try and blood ami cures thi late have been misled to quart of Extract one Moat of these been frauds upon he for they not little il no curative bitter disappointment has followed the various extracts or which name has cheat Still wh call lila supply bucu a as shall rescue tbo name tub we have ground vii wh ca are by the ordinary U to cure can only tbat wo them the alterative which we know-how to ite tO far the most effectual purifier of the blood yet discovered by any for of HAIR GLOSS IB an the toilet lit especially and proprietor having la conquered should use the It will stimulate tho hair prevent it ftom out It when lost It will It go as cat in aud aa should use the ARNICA HAIR It every of oil and pomatum and yet thu Ualr clear and free it vlll neither tho hat nor give to the head tlie appearance of a recently used mop ARNICA HAIR GLOSS Is particularly adapted for children Zt drives the hair to healthy tion it constantly and makes It and In larse bottles per Sold by druit liota A I 12 Jold Street Pine and at and Brown Blanks in Window Curtains Borders Buyers find these ed in and Style iKD AT PRICES FAK BELOW VAUTE TEV IS street first n R 03 in ie benefit and as a TO from Debility Pre- aw She Off Brone who asa cured RL by i C A by IBS GREAT DEDUCTIONS IN PRICES Of Pap Hangings BROTHER entire Stools WAUL PAPERS AT GREATLY PRICES BOR CASH is the Time to Bay stock imo and BEST In Thei MEDIO FOU tury Venetian Hair hae to tion V OS DYE IB the and to the world Its price Is only Fifty Cents and each ains double the die in those TUK HAIB by a tess shape of a or ever Complete In one bottle no Is which THIS Dl y recognized when MI inferior Ides it a hat may be desired iy Druggists FOB O TBAT OP.A AK OB WoM ISO 10 A CAS ALONE JUa IH Persons calling see no Doctor In view of the of human the It pur to tice uf ha atl for the cure ol all Tlie embraces the beet talent In the school of and the MATHA IB N Y The Bridal an Essay of Warning and for Yonng Men Also new and reliable treatment for Diseases ef the and Sexual free in sealed envelopes Address DB J SKILLIN Howard de bel matter w t ashe e best Sexual he may a In all by e contain no or BOnous drugs very Uttle we alao to cure lo than that usually ch Justly the Surgeon In No matt lolle Debility MB by one who hu really cured and bun and will bat the H Lock Box Boston Mm COOK PRODUCE AND COMMISSION a by a letter ug of for which medicine be sent them by mall or ex- from full and ex- TO of shade A Also he best hair dressing In UM In huge OF AOK I MB hai In o remedy that oom Ttro One to three will of Two ara Three to An an to OBM tho worst Ong or bottles ara fill bottle Oiu bottle will of the tide Two or bottles ue to klad TFO or three ue oon moil dm the desired J d if used br mail to ai T to any address the and never falls to give It ta the price of the frenoh Patent dos Bent by or II or AND DISEASES nature and radical dure Qf e and radical dure Qf Bp or Seminal K ure Qf iag from reliable In relation to which it oaa bo avoided if necessary and other matters of vital to the married 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