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   Syracuse Daily Courier And Union (Newspaper) - March 13, 1865, Syracuse, New York                                DAILY FBIEND.Oy I MARCH-13.'1865.' TWENTY CENTS COPftiEli A3SB W. W. GrZtKEN, Basiritence of American Kanhood. libeiiy and The Ppst djawa a most melan- choly but just picture of tho decline of all pub- lic vlrtjas under tho rule of the philantUropists, puTists'aba divines' vfho now rule us. It It true that-these partSzan leaders really anogsntlT claimed. not the reckless lawlessness of Iaod' but all its intdllgencf, probity and conld ba no hope for tbe' Bepnbllc.-ftr If the bejt orders of American manhood really tnns debated? wh.1 conW be hoped from the other, tier cfaUm, the worse and csore dangeronv 1 italks abroad everywhere, not only not rebuked, but courted and flattered. Drunkenness is enthroned in the of :the Senate of the United States, that oocsfeonwfe'd and -digaiasd with the presence of Adams, Jefferson.Clinton, Calnona. and others of fame. The Vice President United .States, pn the very day of bis a speech :whicb have to be bribed not to publish, and which is excluded froin the official organ cf Congresa. shape of in official cheat the'poor soldiers out of the money that they ruk their lives to be- stow upon their families, the love of ricDes is becoming passion with the j-eat of the and the excuse of a celebration for bar -rictoriei' is made the oc. cation in the cpmmercial metropolis pf.the counlry for R huje adterliilng parade, in which eaiaeli, horses and imposing part of the display. and flummery; mythidil victories and real.follies are no indication of wisdom in people or nonetty Jn the administration. It is aoj snch .symptoms as these which indi- cate a hieb.purpose in behalf pf justice, right or lateUfcent duty.. They mark rather a deca- dence of public morality which should startle every lover of liberty. OnOtlCil tO num. etiacriued at tbe speech that fbey-notiOed ill Globe reporter-to suppress his copy and wall until Mr. Johnson could write out a speech tbe offiurdaV" Tho Cincinnati Gazette, when Vice President Andy Jphnspn was pn his way from NaubvUle to Washington tp take the path, announced that he made a speech there, which H alsP an. nonaced ai an incoherent" one. The description of bl. effort at the inaugu- ration, in the face of the assembled.-talent of the world, which h-ebewher. copied from that most loyal supporter of tbe tho New York Herald, exhibits the certain; conticunnco of the sama fit of incoherence on that occasion. And a special dispatch sent forward by its- correspondent at Washington, .ncdar date of TaesiUy last and published on Wednesday shows that this admirable specimen of all tbe inteliisenee, morality and religion of .the.coun- try wta still more severely "afflicted en Mon-' day. "We copy it as fpllowa: The Vice President did ndt mate his ap- peanmce in the Senate to-day, in consequence pf a more severe attack of his incoherent ideas yesteiday than pn Saturday Thus fpr the way frpm Nashville tp Vfasningtpn, and at least two days this Vice President of the Dnited States arid exemplar of all the virtues, and 'especially of that of elect ef ta'o' party" that claims all the intelligahee and virtno pf tbe have been :bn a regular bender, pf a drunken, spree, tp the in- finite disgrace and chagrin pf.the whola comr try.. havo heaitated tp .shock the public sensibility with the picture of our cpmmpn disgrace at Washington, drawn' by "the loyal. cprreappadent of the Herald. But as ij is, the cause of public mo.raiity apij exposure of hypocrisy ou the pariof professed .purists, Bp.ecb, decay." .whproupon Vicn President Hamlin.-------------- ed IP bun tbe oath pf office., Mr; Hamlin rend tbe oath by sentences, and .Mr. J.pnnson saifl it after him. Tbe effort ef the elect tp RO thrpugh with'thTTorm of repeating tbe sentences read "by Mr. Hamlin 'was painful in the extreme. Ho stam- mered, repeated pprlipns .several over. The uiPtnent lie had. concluded ,Ibis task Mr. Johnson turned IP the audience and commenced another speech, eiviog to those assembled the idea of tbe path .he had just taken. They were unwilling .that, they .should be any longer delayed..by .the-incoherent re-. marks pf this new been tha custom to close all speeches the, mo- ment that the judges of the. Supremo .Court and.'dippmatic'.c.prps'ireacliitbe.iieuate.cliamber. Mr. Hamliuj jn accordance with ibis usage, closed his speech in time tp give Mr. .Johnson some thirteen minutes tp make his: remarks before tbe arrival above -.digniturieSi-f- But Mr. Jobnspn did not appear.to understand the usage on such pr else was npt inclined to fellow them, for the diplomatic gentlemen heardjhe bulk of'hia speech, and, the woret part of it. Toe moment that -the -new -Vice President had ibeeu silenced, MriHaimlio-declacjd ibe.ipjd Seaata adjourned.. the pf the Thirty eighth at 1C m'iriu'le's past: twelve o'clock.'' Mr. Johnson immediately .called the :new Senate to order., The clerk pf.the .senate, John W. Forney, then read ..tho .proclamation .of the President, new jisiSaUrth session. The new electeff'Senatbrs were-theh ordered to appreach the clerks desk- the path: office as their napes anpounce.d.... Ibe, following gentienie.n, to jhjs call, stepped, for- ward: 'Mese'r'b; Ahtu'o Howard, YatesfNorton; Giitbrieiand Lane, acd took the oath. Here Vice President'Johnson made another. oniis yet we I.BTC an ut-wrk "nonit tu dur and br nlehtiU Ibouoaaiii mid ttns of tkoaeandB. the wiarse to wSlch wo rofCT, tMs ertt whloh effet-: tiro on raliBton of destrttottoo, ofthe system with tumM.oui That lirja nnmbpr of our follow creatures annually eo.to {heir pane frum death, or tllo'tfliie otkora to do canaoi thSa ba Are whlc'ti are competent io .the eaatB which afflict mankipd t JIM .ptoved that there arc. and lor tlio cuiooi und all the complaint! o the Liyer :and JBowela, Br. Hoofland'a Blitew'iae a'poJitiyei remedy. The witaewer to .tali "lv a multitude. no M these if (w.artlcle It baa won' Bach unbounded- sralso n.: Wherever. stare. other n e. tnev hai" BupercWed once naed. thVyvbesa eii to death whan wo IM TO t a trla (a a met. i trlfle- we are oonff t OP person wll out'll. anouldhave bottle in the. honBe., In of accidents. eatii, are mlraoiiloM. Asfoi eroBftlthUttVedhnndredarwehaTe the oertllloatei to prove ft. Office, X Oortlandt Street, New Bold by NBAPJUY .A tury lUthews'Venetian HMr Dye Us, Seen extensively Meil, and In no oasehas It falle to glye entire ,4 .VENETIAN DYE la the Dost and cSeapeit In the world; Itaprioi la only Fifty (Junta, andieaoh be We oon- tains double the tuunUly of dye in. tlioss nnuUy sold THBlHAns manufactured by .a'peculiar pro- it any in the stance of a. Dye now or. ovor bulore the people. Bblne. In one bottle, no prepRratton'ls required, whlcfl Ereatlr simpllfiaa tho application. you. avoid_that BIET Will eore every caio_.of.-... CHRONIC OR >'EHTOU8rDK DISEASES'- OF THftJEjCBNETB, and diseases arlslnefrom Obsetre.tbe folloirlnf synip.tonw, Dtoor- ,ers of .CowUpatlqn, oaeUp cidrtf FAln In Ja.flau( wwuatuj-m _ Bememcer Semember .Bemumber., Kemember BemembiM Bememler found elsewhere copied. itsj.puBic'ation. be Porcijfl Belataont-Trance Mesico. The coionizalion scheme, ofthe French Em- of Mexico, and Dr. Owinn, of Sonora, seems IP receive a semi-official CPU. firmaiion from Europe. The originated M _ _ in -flfllifArnift. Br.fGwin in and was firit the San Francisco Beraocrat. That paper, too, itsirnth. Besides this, come naw information npon this sobjnct is given in a late'ncmber of the Me- Journal wfcich Ss.pfteri informed in important negotia- tions in diplomatic 'Circles." It .says the Ihiag probable in: the recent rumors of territorial cessions made by Mexico to France, is tbe -probaWy speedy realization of a plan for the colonization of the State of 8ori6W.v 8uch a -plan 'has freen sub- mitted by Dr. Gwin to the Emperor, who has approved it. and presented it -to Majtimihan, when ihtUaiter. io-Maach. 1864, was .on a yisu at Br.iOwin P'oposwJ to estab- !ish npon the .Bonoia a .colony of workmen; of: :whpm, according ,to his .calculation, might, within a given tmw, attain Arrival "iif Juflgw of 'Courts. Srora tlieN.T.Herald. Vice President Hamlin and Andrew John- son the vice president oloct.'had barely taken tbefe- seats when entranc? was: opened and-iiii Judges theiSupreme their gowns and jbsicnia of office. The manlyform of CBiel Justice Chase led ;in ,A'S, hanfls the cpn'stitution and the Bible on which Mr.i Lincoln .take.hia path of They were :seated the right of the chair. 'Hamlin paused for a moment in toe judges were ap- profcching their" seats. The moment' 'that he resumed his speech Mrs. appfsared inihe He stepped 'fprnard -with :the Bible, held U to .touch the Jjjble, bPW their heads "in tidned them away'withaurrepeating the .path in any form. left the stand, when Ibe muddle w.as diccovered', -The Senators were and; Blprpey. sadmipis-: tared to them the oath pf .office.-. By, .time lit became'apparent thitSpmePne'.besides. Mr. Johnson! -would- have :to'-ccincluct' -thV business of 'the Senate. Without siving an opportunity ,for any .fur- theridisgraceffli Mr. that; the .procession wpuld'be to con- duct the Presinent elect -plaWprmvat-the' SPECIAL HOTIOiiaS. BUSINESS OABP8. eciica'i bS ot? -HISJHI AGE: i s ofBoibtmr.h ISwy o at to COM aunlna mra tauskh, to thiw MUM fill tfwi nttoia of to' ears wont ro Woiolwp fiiong hair, foorto nix bottloa at w ectrw, 'cnAj will orspUoM of tke okla, or thrw botUei urjimntea to oavo worst of rice Two or Sotttoa MO wsimitoi to tto mort.des Threa to fooi SotUM we irurocted to euro to to oarothi .wont pi. 'Alflo. Han1- he best hair euts. tuterot AMIIO --'--la nao. In 'larijo I bstles, prloeSli i, ABD DYE ,35JSOiyH.l "'tali Dye In chMisea BffJ, uatf. or Qw instantly -th.o etoiy'BteeSs 01 tho Hkri Oni> 19 Ujrao'fcottlM MO warisntsa to 'euro the wor or Bya'papclE. -.1 know from tho axrsrioEW of tboojiwdo thrt by a cwlxjjx ln-Uie two tottiea era werrtatejl to owa scat ban to two tottloo ua mmxafxA to C'OIUTO of JjOTreic.- Joor'to SMI oorea irorat foBoulnx. 'Uia -dlHoapai .In tlw ronaa ewih'ooto, icB aJmiioipM appUootlcis ci WM. o. tAW OPFIOB, OODNBIIMiOB. -iEt A. OU.OVW, ATTOBLNaX AMD OCDWIUILLOB Vf LfW. Ho. u Wl l AMD 0 la i Bla It P. A. 3a 'W JSTJT HOTEL, Near EadKn liiUrwul. _ YOHK. W UKK-SXOO1H.. .10HH BTAN.. fliiiMg. Uadiarlakw, Bio Is Baltaa B bnrontW'lSeu a i'. j.QHSi HO S Hi fi, TRUUKU, VAIIOBB, O BOLD o of Public Mo. 84 Wmctii QiJntat.tbS Hste Soft saui tappejrtsrfMstt yJ.ts.UJj, restertog Its opjpr, the 111 eSeoiji brsitd'Ens; ''The esnuirie Isnisnea-WILMAM A. That TlSt thi Bitters Is not :Alboholip, not.Aloob.pllo; That this 'BUtem .18 no.t.Bc.qhollC, That 'tile Bitters is notiiioohoHe, That this Bittera-is--...... Contalno no Bnni or 'Contains no JRninror-iVfhlskyi Contains no ftunijor, Whleliy, o And cannot matce And oatmoVaisliLe And connpt And In War BACHBLOB, ptheriiire tm arolded. HOOPING COUGH. njonstrous dlseaaa, m GERifiH VEGETABLE COUGH SW iB-taegroateiitliiTentlonptthfl .day, beat innse U-tholntoretJipf every, .bp.ttle of.it.oa hand to ;in raaocx- mendlng.thia endmttlaf yourself. Proprlator, Tncts! path of office would ;be -hp ap. iiourced the order in wWch'vthey. w.p.ujd form, tbeaisticguished'guestsJellinto'.Uae. IV Ill a moment the distingniehed :jnto liaey ID aimoment mow the frpm the Senate Chamber, with Marshal Laman tots head, and taken Ksjpjace on. the, .pltttfp.rm at the east entranced We nlll w'ai.doo to any pne that.will jroduoji c wrtl- Fajtiil the Hon. B. ,Xwm the Hon. Thojaas B. Srbm-the H.oii.'Thoipas.B. Flprenot; Brom tho Eon, Thopas fl. Jjorence. From tHe Hoo. ThoBas-B. Tloronce. jj'rom the Hoc. Thoioasjfi. .Jrlorenca.  vern- should5 -it-that protectwn pf tenterprizes irecewe in all cAviliJfed cpuntries. Jhii -sufficiently ex- piains ibe sending1 of Frendh end other troops v, a. province -yet -been entirely pacified, where ba'idspf Indians, :hpslile to the white race, are still rpamiflg about, and, which has hitberlp little.more tnau nomi- nally dspscdent npon gpvsrnmeut of Mexico. Tho mention of the name of Dr. Gwicas Viceroy of Sonora would alone be sufficient to prove the absurdity :of the-rumor. If a-portion of the Mexican territory be ceded Empflror.JSapo leon would not go abroad to_flnd__a_Gowjaor ii- TVinm amooe Hi second to -none ib the group, --is IHB E1ELOMATIC OO.KM. when the .of foreign governments, the ;diprlomatic entered a? the main ec- trance ,8ndrtdo-k' their J.adges of the Supreme Cpurt. Every fpreign legation was represented. The ministers plen of -BBgland wer'e wpre-: ented .Cnarg'e-4'A.uairi jana jntsjim.-.- uvo Etraordinar -been iiie rpbel .retnrBing-tiieir'- 'their -1aud.even-iproraisiDg QIMTMEOT, r kind 01 nature, tad all ASQMATIC SCSIIDAH remoylngUn the Tjloeis, Jjodiemoflaa the..0oneh, Eoooauaonded bjr the MBDICAI, JiCBMTY M OAta- ouoaa In the remoTOl ot PSBgBf SIA iu aU iti form. In DEOPinr itSMtniUohefi ometlra creswrtien ten loos bwa witfaoat rlyfl, as attested b? A B. i" A I iffi H 1LD3, Uorser of and Jam. i Streeta, orar Htora, .aealtt In OI.OTHB, OABDIM1 LiEB, ANO TRBTUiOa, A Itns. anoo, iroultl AEIp .Tiie Dlaratlc wid ol tto Schiedam. rondsr it io GBAyBl 'vaA aliothpr efieuUpn" of ttio.Kldnwf. JCn wpw if tftmto the form.pl pjinih. taepatlsnt WMialy coyetdd In bad, this BBOCI9I29B AKD TV H'JLKSAiS DKAliBK Ul S'oroign Bad Dot nantU O.unant, Ano Ou UIESB" ,......._________ ASTHMA, It effovda reUot from' t-V Sos. i and 5 Plia Blooi.-llallna N, jr. A. T, D.i T'OHAB'. flTTOBHEY AND COUNSELLOR Vf e HaVlng sepurad tke cole and exeluslTe rlglit-tpjeU In'tte Lubin's Hair the and the puilic eenerally, that tie above artlole ''H6TB jrlhe lofte ejsa.tlgaeA: ,pl, asuffi-1 Its worth ;lbnt when .tke'faot.lainomii of bis lit, IflSor, and ambition, to brlna SUe Vlorlllnetp Its it stanaaid, its waiwtt oanniit fail tot inoot Adinlkstersd in OHQtteAVOHpKailS OOMCi it tho. fanctloa Of 'ba'tikepinixedirith'list wiitsririd nujis "Empe'ror: the i MatamPru sV As.a ,a r.ufufuri? .vf. biood, a triiii'of fifteen VMM in ail oiimptea' and u-ndei atirapea It KOl'ABT A6BKT. with Judes BhiJiitoi, IConw.rtrtfc) v Eloclii Syraouae. Y. (OABK1A BOITBBOW -WHI- Jrom IProm Her. W Ol Fr Choreh. the latest dlacram for.cnttlng and Children Laotts orSria- ani victalty to eali at a Prew to and .warrant.a perfoot, eomfortwle torm. Attention .pald.to.CBlldien sadinlants' Clstljlng, Mamplng and Kmbroltoy. for among. be rewarded and erijpying the cpnfidence pf their country say thie without in -the least under rating the ability or honorable character P the ei-BenatosHfrom me more worihy to represent France." it Tery probable that the account of the Jfemorial. BiplomaAiqne is sttVrtantially correct plan would naturally com- mend .ttaeU to bolb, and Louis -Ka- poleon. stop; ifiaken, .is directly in the teeth of the Monroe doctrine and mast contemplate only one of to compel this administration to bacVsqnarely down in abject dishonor; Of. the: UBiMd SwiseV by--MT. Monroe- and maintainjsd by All roccesjors, Ue Extraprdinary ofJiussia, was among-lbese delega ;the medals, nsignia'of rank'and orders of .nobility .which eo-wred-and decorated'bis'breast.- While these foreign embassadora were ,tak. ing their seals, Mr. Hamlin concluded his' speech, when vice.-presiflent elect Mr. Jhonaon; cpsumenced his address, befpre .he.had ;tsken tho ;patb of ftffice. He bad been.talking-aftont'; five1 minutes, when the the dpp'r frpm tbe flt-the rigbt theiclerks desk, escorted by .'ReaalPrs Epster: Hindi Becdricka, Mr. -ati thsend of .the.clerk'i desk, iea'r'.the members, of his Cabinet. SPEECH PF AHDBKW During air this lime Andre.w stch he simply then, npt .having taken tbe path tphearen it cpuld bo said in bebalf pf.the country.tbat he iis.stiU oilly Andrew Buehaspeech! .appropri- aie' at some hustings in Tenhessee, 'put; it ciirtoinly frpm .being.apprppriate PU -this CiisiPU, It was npt only stump .upeecb.'but dis'gracefuXin.the extreme. __ ._.____i _ run KHM woii on tne eork, o fw for Jlesm. MABSSi DJiaa.yB proyrl- ol.hi. LAW, fromtt. in tfea, jut, Though .these'unfriendly demonstration's-are on :Mfxiean, discern that the prompter behmdjthe. tbeiEmperpr ;pf'the was staring us full-.in'the we "fear .we. .are -rapidly a character ap 1 cprnplicate serpy .c actors.pn.thB stage of the iT. 'Mcpreu.'' SLUDUlP -OpCeCLJ, UUi. He had not proceeded far when Senators on .the republican side began to hang their rheads, siuk down in tholr seats, look at each other vrith sisniflcaoce, as much as to .he crazy; or what U the -matwrl" They exhibited laainre great uneasiness, .There was '-DO mistaking tbe fact that the SepatPrs -were in the extreme. The democratic ,aued over; aed appeared to -be chuck A Card to Invalids. in, whllo .teaiilnc In Bovth Amoiloa .as.a and iimpie remedy for'the KoiTOul -Bhwases oiden brongMAn habits. ___b._j. .IH--HV remedv. oien rpngijin jr, cured by "this nohleremear. 'fceaeBt and nnfortui.' ''u1 to -any.cine wig nwdsitt, :gelf. Addreu to.rpui- JOSKI-H T. INMAN, HODBI, We when abplishing'slavery rhadiprevaileai-.there rwpnld be i-an end pf the .negro .agiatipn which has delnned the country -with- jbave series 'o'f radical and this opinion is ;Bi slave elective imust.gp ;with, jates a.c'pnstitutipnal I Senator. an-.' -jiditi: amendment by which-'the.ratio of r iive.s ''ofneaeh' in --Congress .shall be determined .by .its :nrimber of male ''olers, its. entiretpopulo ,now. b.f' wouldlmake State to'liyUteniits maltiuly exteut. Mr. '_.' -the. ift.AmntatiO3 'vWf Fueiy a Vegetable Tonlo aad, the most ofthe sgo, fpr losa.or.laek of appetrto, heblaness and pros- .tratlonV ayateia foroa of tie-'clionlatlon, nor the'bad effects of change of water, or diet. A trial .Srocerji, Hpiels iBestanmnts .tnipnehout ,the Bepot, Anierliun Express Bnildhus, Kewloik. HSjr yAliBINeTON V anted. Wnct, Hw. INEWSPA'FER; JNEWSFAPERf   

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