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St Joseph Herald (Newspaper) - February 29, 1868, Saint Joseph, Michigan ST. JOSEPH HERALD. KVKBT SATURDAY MOBIHRO AT St. Berrien BY HORACE GUERNSEY. Office on State two doors north of M. Springsteen's up stairs. THE NATIONAL DEBT. x sin response to the demand of the democ- racy of the West that the 6-20 bonds whose interest is payable in gold at 6 per cent. should be redeemed in legal tender notes at the expiration of five which as their name may be done at the option of the government in from five to twenty the radical press of the country are raising a howl of horror and indignation at the on they of the inflation it will cause to the we would have too much and that greenbacks would not be worth ten ceils on the dollar in This cry is Poll-Parroted of course from the bond-holders by the radical press who are their suppliant tools. There in circulation in the United about in Na- tional Bank which enters into the and is brought out in this Certain bond-holders are priviledged to de- posite their bonds with the United States and receive nine-tenths of the amount deposited in National Bank cur- of goes into immedi- ate and yielding to the bond- holder from ten to twenty per besides drawing in semi-annual his little six per interest in gold for the time the bonds were held as security for the Na- tional Bank currency. it would be the easiest thing in the world for the gov- ernment to pay these bonds as they be- come with which would withdraw from circulation the National Bank currency and substitute legal tender notes in their thereby saving to the government interest in which at 140 in greenbacks makes a saving of annually. Now when the reformer gets to even at no greater rate than is prescribed by that noted radi- cal E. B. we shall have a saving in the expenses of the government of annually. This amount vTnch would have went into without reeievmg an equivalent together with the fifty millions in interest saved an- nually making m ill pay the whole bonded debt in eight without increasing our taxes or the circulation. Now any reasonable man can see but radical editors cant see it for when they begin to show signs of coming a ten dollar National Bank note is thrust under their which entirely eclipses them. Neither can they see the in- crease of the public debt during the last of of over nineteen mtllton probably from the same an official account of which we published last week. This whole debt can be rapidly wiped as great as it if the govern- ment can be conducted with common hon- but while constant thieving is taking place the debt will continue to increase at the rate of as it did last making annually ST. JOSEPH HERALD VOL. II. SAINT FEBRUARY 1868. NO. 43. men should be chosen that are known to be the embodiment of those without equivocation or mental reservation. Upon such a basis a party will live through all as strong in de- feat as in victory. No pledges were ever demanded or taken by Andrew Johnson what any democrat could have heartily taken and lence he has differed with the party that elected him. He stands to-day alone out a to and none adhering to only to the organic law of the and the people of all parties to sustain him in the rectitude of lis intentions. We make no great pretentious to constitu- tional and it requires no great amount of study to define the powers of the several departmanta of the The leg- slative department assemeble at the capital to make wholesome laws for the govenment and protection of all the people in their var- ed interest. The executive branch of the government is sub-divided into several not from constitutional au- but for denominated possessing no power of their deriving none from but de- riving all power from the fingers of the executive hand. The execu- ive only having the power to appoint a Sec- by and with the advice and consent of the senate. The senate has no power to make or only to advise and con. or not consent to the making This as a matter of that the of law is unconstitu- from the fact that in ma- ng such a law stepped outside of its legiti- mate sphere to interfere with the constitu- tional prerogative of the executive. One of the principal functions of the judi- cial department Is to decide in case of a conflict of authority between the first two branches of the government. The Presi- dent's defence that he did not vio- tate the of for the reason that the office of Secretary of War did not come within its that his ob- ject in suspending the Secretary of War was compel him to appeal to the and test the constitutionality of the law which the Secretary himself had advised the Presi- dent in cabinet council was unconstitu- tional. It is plain that congress knew tte law to be with a majority of the members of the supreme court the political friends of it not risk its case to that and it will soon stand convicted before the greatest the of violating one of the plainest pro- visions of the and striving to impeach the President for maintaining its supremacy. as Joe intimates. We shall de- fend ail as well as the editor himself should he become defunct while we occupy the editorial chair. We would defend them as readily as we woufd defend a man with his hands and feet from the as- saults of another in the full possession of all his members. This is your own'-motto brother the proprie'ttfes of Halting Between two Opinions. A small portion of the radical members of the hopeful are urging a short career of economy and apparent hon- for the purpose of influencing the coming which should it result fa- vorably will give them another four years lease of power. The other portion do not exactly agree vith the do not feel like loosing present oportunitiea for fear it may be their last chance. They go more upon the principle of you see and you dont see a kind of legerdemain or slight of hand way of doing which we think will prevail in the though at present there does eeem to be a kind of halting between the two opin- ions. Loves and The Traveler a ays that the democratic party has innate love of and an intense hatred of the The radicals have a passionate fondness for both whisky and but more espe- cially for the former Zack Chand- the choice of the radical party of Michi- gan for TJ. 8. embodiment of whisky. They Lave an invetrate hatred for poor white the St. Joseph radical paper of Berrien which characterizes all poor labor- ing white men VULGAR R. MICHIGAN CBSMTRAE. R. Winter Arrangment for 180T-8. on the Michigan Central Ballroad leaves MI TKAIItS XABTWAltD. Hail 8 42 A. M. Day 10 30 A. M. Evening 7 66 P. M. Night I 60 A. M. Stock f. 25 P. M. Blue Una 12 50 P. M Way Freight 8 42 A. M. TRAINS WMTWABD. 4 45 P. M DaylbtpreM 0 25 P. M. Xvening 236 A. M. t Night 56 A. M. Blue Linn Kinross. 4 55 M. Through 12 20 P. M. Way Freight....... 2 36 P. M. On Saturdays only to f On Jfondays only from No on Sunday except the Erontng Express and Stock Kxpren and the Night Xxpress and Blue Line Express westward. I offer -Grape Vines for Spring planting of varieties as follows Hartford Ive's Israe.Ua and Adirondac. The above af e first plants in every respect. Also Peach one year and in dormant of most approved va- rieties. Kittatanny and Wilson Philadelphia Climbing and perpetual Monthly Honey Etc. I would respectfully invite planters to give me call. Do not send your orders abroad you can do as welt or even better at home. v I can give numerous references to parties1 who have purchased of me as to excellence of plants sent out by me. Lake Shore ten minutes walk from Steamboat St. Michigan. tf THOMAS ARCHER. Boarding with or without can be had at the Hoyt foot of Ship Street corner of Front. 7. ELDREDQE. Feb. 1868. Boons AND AT Stewart Reynolds' HARD WARE The President aud Crisis. The excutive and legislative departments of the government which have so long been at variance have finally come into no. tual the shock of which causes fearful forebodings as to the stability of re- publican institution. As the rumbling of distant thunder is often the precursor of a coming so the conflict that has .been raging in the political elements of the dominant party at Washington for the last tihree which was feared might termi- nate in a conflict of but hoped might be .-averted by the small amount of patriotism and wisdom .needed in such an wae the shtire precursor of the crisis is now upon us. The Preident has ordered the Secretary of War to vacate his office and diliver his portfoio over to a successor whom the President had designat- ed. The Secretary of War refused to obey individival designated by the Presi- dent was and a resolution of im- peachment httt passed the for this alledged and the President will be arraingned before the bar of the Sen- ate for ihe trial. It would seem that the President must be tried for the one Act oaly of endeavoring to oust Mr. Stanton from the War for all of the others charges and specifications of high erimea misdemeanors of some twenty or thirty in the examination of tvffeich drew its slow length through a whole costing the people millions of dollars declared by the House to be either unsustained by proof or of too frivo- lous a character to warrant the preferment of articles of impeachment. Whatever may democratic defenders of the constitution of the may patiently the earning of though they cannot east from them the feeling of anxiety for of republican government. The democratic party are not pledged to the sup- port of Andrew nor ia it responsi- ble for bis acts will neither prosecute nor defend but AS individuals they can express their opinions of the situation w 10 not of their making. He is in the hands of his who nominated him at Balti- more. Herein is a lesson that the radical party ean profit by if they will. The President is not sought to be impeached for any crime or as but it is because he was the man of their choice and refused to carry out the policy of the party that elected him. This is the gist of ihe whole matter. To avoid such catastropHies as they have teen repeatedly they should in ihe first piece have and these too should be out and ausseptabli of no two these principle should be adhered and in the selection o The Proprieties of Journalism. Under the head of the editor of the Traveler gets terribly exercised be- cause Sbakespear in a late issue of the Niles insinuated that Gen. at certain times during his eventful career was in the of getting slightly intoxicated. Now whatever may be the merits of Qen. as a it does not follow that his foibles should not be discussed in t be public for he has placed himself in a position which renders his whole history and character public property. That Gen. Grant has been on the order of fast young there is not least and that at later periods of his he has not conducted himself with that degree of propriety which should characterize a man with presidential aspira- tions is equally true. party has nothing to do with the universal de- mand of the people to have men's private character who aspire to rule the people. General Grant around the with President Johnson and and vre have good radical authority or the that the whole of that arty of swingists were drunk the greater art of the and that the President was the soberest one of the whole party. During the Presidential canvass of f any democratic paper had have ventured he assertion that the candidate for the rice-Presidency was a that paper would have been demolished at once. Andrew Johnson was a much stronger radi cal than Grant ever and not any more of a drinkist. The radical plan of carrying the .s by appealing to the worst passions of men for regard- less of their principles or and repent of their party action at but we now for the first tiaae since the radical organization came into a disposition on the part of the late adherents to that to canvass the merits of principles and dispassion- ately when this happy state of things the democracy of the country need lave no fears of the result. While on this subject we would inquire of the editor of the Traveler if the interests party and the eties requires that private with mo jpublio never during an editorial career of nearly a quarter of a aspired to even so humble a position as the one editor of the that of deputy should be attached with that venomous hatred which characterizes his attack upon D. B. the retired veteran editor of the Niles while at the same time those who Bland upon an equal foot- ing with himself in the means of he will beslober all over with fulsome praise. There are whom he might that is aching to in their The C. M. G. T. Railway. The following letter was received by the managers of the Western from a gentleman connected with the management of the Eastern Col. A. A. of of whom the Lansing papers speak ia terms of great praise for the energy displayed in obtaining subscriptions to Stock and Municipal aid Feb. 1868. I have just returned from labors in cauvassing townships between Fenton and and now feel confident that we shall get between those two is a low esti- and that added to the amount our Eastern friends have already secured between Smith's Creek and would make If there should be any point where they fail to come up to these figures by We should then have an amount sufficient to make the road for three quarters of the line is as level as the streets of Paw Faw or nearly unless I am very much deceived after carefully examin- ing the entire line. The people west of take hold of the work with the energy the importance of the project and say they will build the road bed through their re- spective Townships. You need no longer entertain a doubt for our line east of under- standing as I do the feelings of the people on the entire line. I know we can and will build it. Push ahead and close your contract with the represen- tatives of the English and give us the Iron and Construction and we will get to Lansing months be- fore you a barrel of Oysters on that. Please publish in the St. Joseph HERALD the fact that there is 000 Stock and Municipal aid raised between Smith's Creek and the Indi- ana State line. Tours A. A. Act. Supt. Eastern Division C. M. G. T. B. W. PBENTICE. of the Louisville once said in a speech at a public dinner in I have written some bitter things of men who have passed away from the and whose memories I and on whose graves I could shed tears of sorrow and regret. Ah when I look back through the twenty-six years of editorial and think how many I once denounced who afterwards became my personal or proved them- selves their country's and how many I once eulogized and toiled for who have since turned their hands ruth- lessly and causelessly against I reflect how often the most arduous anti devoted political services are forgot- ten by those to whom they are and when I remember how many of my political friends have striven to crash and Low many Democrats have gathered round me as a band of brothers in the days my personal I should be guilty of Jin outrage on my own conscience and every feeling BUNBURY'S LIVERY STABLE In Krieger House on Water St. St. Mich. Horses and furnuhed reuomable ratm fine DRIVING UTBEB DOUBLE OR Vfith Now and Elegant mid everything in the niont appro ed style. I solicit the patronage ot the trm elmg public. Nothing left undone for the COMFORT ACCOMMODATION Of customers. 2nl9tf Gire me a call. THOS. BTJNBTJRY. FLOURING V ISlfOW PREPARED TO DO ALL KINDS OF CUSTOM at his new FLOURING IN Ground on Short Notice. A good Corn Shelter at the for the use of all. Everything Neto. Come on with your Grists. 42tf Leather and A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT. Harness The largest stock ever in St. Joseph. 2ni j. A. CARAVAN. Special Notices. For A nice two-story Lot and on Main street opposite the and impulse of my it' I were not to weed out from my nature tie partisan bitterness that once flourished there. wonder that Western gooJ walker. It turns out that he used to be collector for a newspaper. Veterinary Physician Surgeon. jUan be consulted at all times at his residence on the town line one mile south of Benton Harbor Having had a largo experience in the treatment of diseases Incident to horses and Hr. HeSorley feels confident that be can give pertoct satisfaction to all who may call upon htm. 2nS Baptist in perfect good cis- every convenience. J W. BREWER. and For terms apply to St. Dec. 1867. 2n33ra5 N. Dealer in MORRISON'S ST. JOSEPH. Large additions made to their stock daily. no43 STEWART REYNOLDS. JOSEPH HERALD. dollars year in advance. inserted at rea- sonable rates. Job work promptly and neatly exe- cuted. BUSINESS CARDS. GEO. S. Solicitor and PROCTOR St. Michigan. Will give prompt attention to all business en- trusted to his and will practice In the Snpremn and in the Circuit Courts of Van Huron aud In the United of Michigan and Chicago. ALEX. H. PHYSICIAN AND Office over Springsteen's STATE 2u37 ST. Mien. Id. TO L. M. G. w. WHOLESALE AND EETAIL XIV WE. ATTORNEY AT LAW and Notary Public. Prompt atten- tion given to the Examination of and Conveyance of Real the ure of and the Collection of Soldiers' Bounty Money and Pensions. Office in Bank Buildings of B. C. Hoyt. St. Mich. C. B. Solicitor 6 St. Joseph. Berrien Dlieb. Fruit and unim- Bought and Sold. Office F. A. Potter's Ship alroot. RF. STR geon llth Illinois Physician and aud United Examining Surgeon for Pcm-ioue Office nnd Residence corner of Pleas- ant and Main St Mich. E. M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEOF Office nt residence on Broudnaf oppotiito the Lul Church. Office liourfi 7 to 8 a. 1 to p. ro A full of Homoeopathic always on hand Domestic ounce refilled to ordt St Mich. noGl Groceries Provisions STORE ON SHIP STREET. The Largest and Best Assorted Stock in St. Joseph. Give us a Call. 2nl7tf. Hardware Hardware THE THE THE And Best Assorted Stock in Western Michigan at GEORGE W. PLATT'S One Price and For Cash Only. One Door Worth of the Post Office. PERKINS saint JT Michigan L. F. Proprietor. rail j stages for and tri-wcckly to Paw Paw nnct intermediate points. BolS VTAXI01VAI. Sr. il Michigan. August Proprie- tor This Hotel is situated on Main conveni- ent to flip Steamboat and commands an ex tensiM- view of Luke Michigan. Stages tbfa House daiiy for and South Bend. Also eekly for Lawrence and no33 TXTILKINSON'S BILLIARD On fcUto fonr doors eonth of Ship SI. Michigan. Je2n4 R. Manufacturer and Dealer la Pure Domestic Wines and Ci- der aud Cider uregnr A share of the public pat- ronage is IJentow Blich. nedfr St. Michigan. BUY YOUR BOOTS Sweet Bro's B. F. Deaiei in FOREIGN AND BOOTS Main Bmton Mich. Keeps constantly on band a carefully selected stock of SOOTS Which he is selling at the most rea- sonable rates. Gall and see mo and learn my prices before purchasing elsewhere. I am confident that I can satisfy in goods and prices. N. BABCOCK. Benton Mich. 2n34tn6 B and SHOES of WM. H. BRYSON. 2n33tf STORE ON STATE St Mich. Cantion to those who Insure against Loss by Fire Beware of Mutual In- surance Companies and Irresponsible Trav- eling Agents. They will fail you in the hour of need. Choose old and reliable Companies. The BEST Insurance is CHEAPEST. Obtain it with the Underwriters' North Amer- Continental and Lumbermens. WM. C. St. Mich. 2nl4 Gustave Choice Family Store on State 2 Doors from Stevens'. fi KOKRBKR. Domestic Dry KING'S STA TE AT. Hap jupt returned from the Eenteru Markets with a new und choice selection of exactly suited to the wants of this and selected with es- pecial reference to thin trade My stock of STAPLE AND DO3IESTIC Comprises ill the best standard brands of Bleached and Unbleached Sheetings and Cumin Kentucky Farmers and Coltonades. Plain and Twilled W mi- Carpet Cotton Etc. My Stock of all I be latsst stales and patterns ot AU- Swiss Barred and Jaconett Cam- Kid Mantillas Eto. Also a largo and complete assortment Gents' Fur- nishing Ready Made Caps and Straw Boots and Etc. I also a largo nnd wellncleettdstoelt of Family Hardware and Wall Curtain Yankee Nolle In fact evcrjrtblBS that customers want can b. found at my bwt quality and at that dsfy jeSOnS ft. F. K.1NC.
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