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Morning Oregonian (Newspaper) - January 3, 1867, Portland, Oregon I .01! Urn M Uh an I 1 ty J- "m In tl. St Crolx ommodid 8.Id to "OM i. 0 VOL. VI PORTLAND, OREGON? WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANU STagnoha Water turn ganfcing. BRITISH COLUMBIA FRIEDMAN (Sueccnor? to A M d Inporten and Wholesale a Hires, Tin-PIate; FIRE AND BURGLAR PROOF SAFES, Corner Frent 1 Streeta, aprlS POBTXiAHD, 0IEQON ly D. M. act Ja 'CBS JUC re ratjan ail 1 entire mak Be OBKGOS CITY. M. PATRICK PORTLAND, 0 LEG ON JUDGE A sn and T Co _ WAITE, IKONT ST ylor, ivoflt aide, ow aud all ttgal ittcndetl to se21t! STERNS AS iM ALL, JttOKNEYS AND COUJ TSELOKS-AT LAW, PORTI Oa aox, the varioua Courts of Territories lusioess attended i OoTcmmcnt promptly S, 0. Notary Pnblli Wo. 10, Carter's Brlcfe BnlljHiig, corner rf front and Alto streets Wffl praeUce their Orogonand made, and all Wnda liiatng, corn decl7idtT State Insane Asylum and COTJ3STTY Hea Powder. and tba private stamp of irtbJng of tUUi kinj bw i Any dmnri't'wUIUiOUiivflM B vm haia other. IRON WORKS CO, L Broat K SU, h of VliarC OEEOOK, E3VG-INES, DUS. HAW J. P11YKII i PROPRIETORS OAfie CXftapmi Ottner of Frootand ad POETTA! HENRY CO.. fmlgn and Doiiestic Fruits, NUTS OIP AT.T KiwDSi JOIIM TOBAOOO, PIPKS, BT mOSBKI, CRIST MILL, f COST AM) FWBTOHT. ILDE TO ORDER BY TAYLOR. nbeEicOTtedPronpUr fcjdtJV I dU SlporiuWliaral Personal Property! Sale. [l HATE DISPOSED OF OREGQf N C M AT T HI K USES, NICHOLAS HOTEL. VICTOI.IA HAT tb p lllc ll at U aour I to mil ftuijala In a Mtfcfact ry muui ct Nuthfug w II be li-A undone which 11 In tl o of the proprietor Iu du to ntnlcr Rivals con 1 rial In Visual _4tb HM dlf COFFEE AND OYSTER SALOON Door North ot Oro Flno Hall, VIItST frTKLET l-ORTLAND LF the accoiini ttatiuu uf and Hpuelal CONFUCTI >NKU1 AM> CASKS uf all kind, aim 1 f r ariiy J ornat vulnl u 1) KUDTNO OitDKHg promptly atluidrd t A IT pnetor ON THE i KK LKATI1.1.A, OllKGON. THIS noCSE AFTHi IlEINO RLNOV4TFU n open fur Tunatr 1 icj rletur and u o jnUnii will ai M.AHQED vf ly lit wt-ll kaown d lo tuata U FI1 S e (lib I alina, Augnit 1 'AIU30, Pmpnrtor US, 190 and ISM Front St., cor.HorrUoo. >HE NEW COLTJUBIAN been elegantly OnuOitt] and being uow ready for tho revtption ol U, tbe Proprietor would tny to dthUnk of land aud the travelling public, that he It now ready tamceUe and entertain who may favor him call at PRICKS TO SUIT TLc MJW COLUMBIAN U in entirely new hoate, hard flnlthed rooou well nuti Uted andwel] (urnladiM, and nmaeapadty to accommo- (witfc oomtort lo Iho gnecta) hundred people leDISIJtti ROOM U large and conunodioQa; baa fine market If either In quality or Taricty AUrgeflre-proofBafu fur tbe deposit of taken to the Hotel nxx OF Hoaocopen all ti jht Biard week, Board and Lodging f7 totlO. The Proprietor wUl at alltlmea endear or to pleaaehui tind respectfully and earncttlT iblidta the patron age of the citizens of Portland and the t welling public ll ProprtLtor Mansion Mouse, Bfo. 143 front Street, PorUand, Oregon. E.CARNEY, PROPRIETOR. 'HTlins WKLL KNOWN IIOTEL 18 MOW OPES M1 tbii after' iTated and newly fttrajUhed oi'i N ALi A rat-mar BIH rot >UE smcnurt TALCABUS TERMS Board and Lodginp per w 00 and Lodging per day, I oo Single Mcab, 25 The MANSION UOUSB BAOQAQE WAGON will al rayo be at the wharf to Uiko baggage ?HKB of chirKO- niyliMif i GLOBE HOTEL, Corner ISortb Front and C Streets. PORTLAND OREGON UNDBRSJONKD inform the ciliiLiu of Port Inn a aud the I i inform the ciliiLiu of Port Inn a aud the traveling community tbat he is now readj to receire and enter tain all w} a rosy favor him with a call in a niauuer and at to suit tbe t aits 'Till.GLOBE 'UahEWIIOUSB Joatflnished i the rooms an large well ventilated and eligibly furubihed with An Ac Tl e table will always suu piled with tbe very ibe market affurda It w UtethecoDitsut an i earurat eodeavorof thepro- pricior toao conduct Ihe OLOBK HOTEL astorivo entire tatEibctloa to hia pueata ho would therefore reapectfully solicit the patronage of the public. 1m PHILIP 8CQADB MOSSMAN'S HOTEL. OPPOSITB tax STaUKtlOAT OOMUKSCUL, BTBtlT, I BALKM OREGOV, Board per week 6 tW Board and LodgSog oo KVALB AT HOCUS leave tb House fur Dallas 011 M nilayi Wed- and Fridays for Stlvertou oil Tuesuaja and Pri declOdlm I M08SMAH C6OD CHUB AND PLENTY OF IT I HA i SALEM OJlfcflON JAT B. TUUNEY, AVTNO LFASKD THE AB01 K HOTEL -------I arrd I nocon modalu the tig j ubllc oa -IK nui DBID COABDXBB, in good style aji any lousoontbe CoaKl Un Its delermlned to make tbe BiJunelt as good as tl P aud fcrfter tban public ionse In Salem lie w 11 w on com pit to some Important mpruTen euU whi h ntll adj grtatly to ita sppetranco nd comfort an I mtt da to merit and botea to receive is chare fpatr mgc Ito hasnecurcii of Charley (known to bo ,tl c best n ok m Salem and oue of tbe best in thi nlry) anl other urn] elenl i reons to n auagu irj dppartn cnt ar d la resolved (o gel aa gowi a iu fo iud an) ul Ii clap-trap nonm and show Hummer; nn.fluo funilt ire bulk an nbond sup] ly of tl o 1 oct the market affords Jla llirnMni wann anl 1 gbted and -d with newaiaic-n anl other le reading matter an I kei t in a manner whic) will U nn resort Iu aburt be inteuds i akiug aa effort to i Iwwe ILL who llicBcvfrn Hutse Aud ho mwt r -spettfully bic re to pve the oil an I well it Jw utau 1 nt least nt? mure trial bcf ru coucludinc theycai doaawtll ere a J prouifecs f they are not ao t roj orlr cnrw] f r ard al vrowi toe n will not Lot. fault of tbe public a m obfOicnt aud muit htti ible L 8 TLHVK1 B Ml roonn uritu or w tl out Itoard by itiedny HeeJtormoulb attU BeniM.lt, tl Argea n o-l< Orrpon No, I" 1S50 L J NUCLEUS HOTEL. B BKG TO AZ imc t, tl rr f ie U ui 1 it r uUic Ihat (ley n st tl at largi a d c u tnudtuiu firei claw i 6 6 9 9 heir to 7 voters whole qaaliCca by Congress itself If hat none bat' loyalist! W COB; a matter it is idopted in tbc State ol brcatened that the Stato rertbruwo altogether, a emtortol goverDineols y m Congress there u c oine of the people of th< Since, therefore we ha ul option of tbe Cooatitc ecu re ua agamit Radiea 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 rnuko a few aLlectie idea uf Low tl e pooplo present s tuation The Jiscu-sinf, tlio cipcdien proposed Comtitulional rtio i cry reason tbev why wu si oufd not adup degradation of tho pcoj tlio i coj le of iho buuth with them Lut await tl States and if tbe nmcu upon them to make tbe Aa the prospect of ad among ecrtam of tbo So unto tbo upimon that tt NO. 280 h gne a corn c ke South look at t! a Kent crt tbo adoption of tl nduicnt aaya us for ratifying tl n the strongest reoe sm tbuy imply tlio bouth, we bo] will bnvo nothing to t Uon of tbo Northei nits should be loru of an inevitable D y are not BO bad puscd fur tho oppreinion am buutli and that tbe fa out hen jf accept them Ai reg re} whicb wi in h to barter ana; iti dependence fur tbe matt rfcscotation in Congr wbtoh a calculating do not constc wunt feature of tbu wurk fesistbit tho people of tb >outh could be bnued in o ado[ tton of negro ly not for the poor o in tbo encineenn t Government in tha for representation when euib -a reprt at any pnco cirtai priFllexo of an increased if tlie mucbioery of tho lorld TboS uth cares very ittk great or small, in Congr is scnlalfon pushed evco to would be powerlcw fur Nortbe laakcu bugbear of Sou hen itinai legislation it now Ib indeed itwaj wbtn tbt re ir tbo H mant be ol he leading idea among ,be North ia tbo ultimal with tiqgro suffrage T< orla been directed luictuent to tbe Boulh t< ciur rcfual to do wi matter If tbo Radicals ng elections as we bav< he next lescion of Congi secure their much cherish csa fill tako tamo etepi d object A J read) ICB are mo. ing lo war apon them for r of this State baa d, looking to! tobnof So, Sou lothiog to do with it Tlatu CoDStituddn is already b tyon Tbe Griffin (Qa.) Her has chiFalrouely asserts The KadieaU cay thi itates 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 fatates diaaraocelthat oqf J Amendment wilt repeat bern States to u to be a part jf L a possible m the umo poini intumacioaonesi t even if tbe Southern stiti Uonal Amendment, till tbat shall not entitle tbetji to eeata m tho tonal Congraaa. We an gla go 10 far as to Bay tbat f w tmendmenl, we ought to i DO ot ni be a he r of water trusting h lave inherited DO inch bat they will reaasort 01 tonor The Angasta (Ga CTi 'IDg Dr L F aci Citttcn now on writes the following am October to bu pa and what, d a man as he may BI noat aenooB connderatioi be Griffin Herald, let v misunderatood, that we h r no guarantee, oaver tonal Amendment, evei) f tho Union for the o tbo extract "With reference to tha action of tbe South on ie Constitutional Amen Iment to he submitted to eso ameudinenU tbat tbcy were pro dcgrnilation uf tlio people cannot hotj rdt tbe new boaw 6; ended aa a bid to tbjo or, inUgnty and u iul jdrantago of a !arg od ical majority The great in noi- vcncit of cpimerai aa some s to erery tba dadloal loaders at Idling of the Soutl end all their el ey first bold an ID untanty adopt, ba no end tbi ced in the approotb u doubt lhe> mil 'tf n. ihouW Tute fur d: legi tcs it will bo seen id t m the face uf tb: y Co Contention elcclei are to bo prescribe! tonj rest should dccul be loyal blact negro aaffragej inana It is area are to t ie States reduced to Witia Iladica} o aa ring what to be-' cowirdice from us, a e circulated the folr ditor of the Maeon [alt to the North, ther thing? of date The Doctor IB no hen fore so sober mind y, slionld 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 wtti u-allvK the bitter draft ritb taxation' srhapB years to come iqtondi tthoi W tb this view of tho iagt dehcaciee of the auason tttat tho affortla IV p feel cuufi lent of being abl to satisfaction to al! wl o may fayur with the r patronage SThftN HESS gires JeokiDs tbo followig jUkmey nofi Hia p position to the the bead and hear IIis luoid analysis of tbn pcrepicuously shows to ie act vee[ i hundred y r adopt on ise concurred will flo dissenting vote n of Uilnier an e thcirudiues tha n settled so far a 9 arc confdent lhat ivcs will meet tha orgiane A leccrt it the-insult stioull those seek tjo ilato tho eir logialatwrs bavlc i thi.i up it h, com men Un jrnor of (Jcoigu proposed CoDStitutioni t is such as might hare been expecte I of Charles J Jenkii amendment divests it t all I "semblance of rejjuthlican government 'anl hat degradation aad ill grace any '-authorn State wjiil Ic-tcud that shal a iopt it among her lep slnti i, en L me IP Governorllolden xpaper .he 1 tl< thus renturci to m put t Dr Deem s paper tbo U arly in tbe North strong KI to help the ioutb 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 Constitution1 Ind bjr all means let as spurn efforts to amend >r change tbo Constitutionl Let ua oj puse New England Radicalism under crcty form! and jOt ns obey tho laws, pay tho taxes, lut under no circumstance apologize for the nmnyitbraslnnga ;iren tbe representatives of' the best Government he world ever saw at Bull Run un I other places too numerous to think uf t t.ot us never acknowl edge ourselves traitors or inferiors! Let ua maintain boldly fearlesslj and dcfiintly, f wo choose, that tbe South m her effort to cstab- ish a Sauthcru Confederacy was guilty of no crime, and although failing was eimplj in the ex crctso of an inalienable right tho undcrljing pnn oiples and of which was tho noblest tbe grandest, tho most righteous and plorious for irhich any people ever buttled! Criming, crawl ing, fawning and apologizing lias dunt the S mtb no good Nothing but blood nnd p under will latisfy tbe Radical maw Let us, therefore, keep the fuitb bub express no regret for the past only the failure to establish Southern Independence j The same Hambleton testified before tbo Con grotilonal n Committee and. tbo anta Inlclltgeuctr, which supports hv; i in hie canvass for Congress rcpublishca thp fullowmg extracts from bis testimony to shon, his sound ness on tho main questions Question What have been your of as cortnimng tho sentiments of tbo people of Ooorg a since Lee auronder Answer Atlanta IB a very central pi im n It a tbe great railroad center of ULorgin and I fro quently come in contact tburo with persons from "'her of the country Question Is there or not an cs[ -elation among ho people, tliat tbcy arc to be comi i For tbu oss of tlioir slaves or other lo sea sustained bv the war Answer That is the impress on when the )assiuna engendered by tho war o Mibsi ic 1 Que tion iJid you take an> art in the rebc! ion f Answer sir I did nil I for it? mcccES and regretted exceed i gly ihat 1 could not do more I was s ui[ ly tb Burcmn of regiment I belonged to that elasBprett is t the commencement of tbe c v i! w ir knu vti a- L opcrationiits was o[ 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, achool of tuto btluiviuB that ui> a ance was first due to tnv btate I quittl} ic iu esced in tho action of and went w tli it Question Have your opmou- cl u cc 1 IP re gardto tbe soundness of tlo r Ut3 doc trine as a loctrint' Answer m the leist I i'l f tl it to be the prmuple upon which the Coutt tul was formed Question To what extent if anr has a change taken place upon that subje t amon" vour people? Answer I do not think as far ns belief m the right of a State to Beeodo 13 concerned there I aa 1 eer -iny change of oj mion wbatovep. 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 dtd no moro toward t is probably now swearing outside the Houec of Represents lives at Washington Tbo Richmond predicts that an Empire will nso uj on tho "revolutionary rums of tbo Rcpul he and that then only can tbe Sooth bo protected in her natural r ghts After a labored foray t pan the classics, qnotmg from tbe h stones of Caligula Lopidns Marc Antony Cccsar 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 aveouoof escape from tbat impending rum an I utter disorganization whicb will ei.rcly follow tho consummation of Radical designs It s to Lo f jund in a Government with the strongest cxecutiio bead of wbicb butory affords an exam pfc Call it a desp tism if you choose but to (1 s complexion must America corae at if reioluti nary excesses bo not arrested In tbo tgony of their suffering m tbe of tbcir dupair, tbt people themselves, frota Maine to Cal if rnia, will like tho Hebrews of old when tired >f their prophets, clamor for a king, whose strength and majesty and power eball silence tbo turbulence of tho rabble, tbc sedition of couspira tore and calm tho troubled waters of civil and political strifo Such will bo the logical, nay, merciful conclusion of that fierce popular burn cano of bate and passion now bowling: throngh bo North It may bo pretnataro 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 nmult of the tempest But tbat such a man tctll coma at tha proper time, let noono doubt who has reiJtho annals of hia raco Whether that man sh ill Le Andrew Johnson, or Grant, or Sherman, omo one now unknown and undreamed of no one can at [resent predict Whenever becomes, m I by force restores order, confirms peace, quell a aetion ind prerento bloodshed and r-ill call him a usurper but he will m 'net be the savior of bis country, and those who ball occaee bim of dc-troymg her liberties, will orgct that Radiealistn 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 'ctersburg Virginia who rejoiced in the namo of A.I Ircinna Burton Tbe aoothcrn newspapers all up and publish thta as something cry fine Tbo last three verses are as follows Tho world knows all, oar chosen leader, Ar J thjr nitme rwuunds with At thy nations wonder At tins Star-spangled flag's digracc, Uut tbcy will wqndtrmors tosee Thy cjortooa mini! untold Itac.t V, b lo all aroqnd was Tbo Bible tliy only comfort left' Tliy noble Tiowsoftiiy laws, Mitkfts her moro BtUI T" y Jinn njaintcnauce of her canw Will with oar country K history UTO TJ y Btora of knowledge, too bo fitly decorates thy Tby zcaloaa lofly aod true. A model Christian man! Thongl. art Buffering for ns Bat it nukes our lore grow stro g onr conqueror's cruel wtlL W Uich wouU beep then fettered longer Tt ey may confine thy le framo, A Id new to thj distrem, Dot cannot tarnish thy fame. NorLHght tne love for oar Davts. TOE FAMOUS MADAME JCMEL Wax CASK SET LED Tho litigation in thfaremnrkablo will case n reiving nearly which aaa been be- oro the of New Torfc for such a, merry enfltUof 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 fun- und mind when the nilt was executed The Executors did not contest the smt, and itia nde stood that a compromise was effected before he trial came on, by which Ixetson the party wbo contests the will, agreed to pay the overal bequests named In the will, the defendants rclmqutshiDg their claior to their respective shares f the residuary estate Seme 200 witnesses had been summoned in the case, and it would have orohahly 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 sompetencv of tho testator, fas is upposcd) 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 thst under tbia settlement :S oOO is to be paid by Nelson Cha-e, of which 000 goes to the Eev J Howard Smith. SIO 00 to the chnrch at Carmaruvillo. the various ehgious and charitable sometiei are to get the urni respectively assigned to them in the will, ,nd fho balance is to be divided np omone tho awyers Tho heirs at law get 000f and tho (Stato paEHca into ILc possession of Mr Chnse HARD TO SWALLW Speaking of a commam ation by ox Governor Perry of South Carolina addrcs-cd 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 socta of argnments 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 medieino offered him? He may kick against t but it 13 not tlioIeasnecesBary to force it on him The b utfa just u one of tho sickest of tbo pohtica 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 wilfnot accept illingly 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 andauhe the difficnliy ac or ling its own view? We lejvo it to the thcni 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 yonr own way rnako the ways of tbose you o to deal wub as smooth and pleasant as pos JAV n, 1806 W OH s, Corner BlorrUon nnd Seventh Sts., PORTLAND, OBKOOV r'w'Jkfalj bHAtIE LATEtT and Tools are fully abla to competo an i II cir facilities for excculing and r iir> pron uy for any kind of Uacbmcry required, em .D PORTABI'E ENGINES IWro Hits rnjulrrf weisbt XAW MILLS S AWEI11 BIES- d Ehottm M ifni k nnd ja Iron Fronts Doon u I ki ills of bit fry and r 11 i me ot parliej Macl il ery ol s l u Ju l sh at Ilio low MI market ricM ItHttcry crei. t, I Uatlur tni Rnl 1 K turn, A. C UIBB8, Prea't. lorrl ni Oct UrJ) ISM nclSJlf TIIK OLD Corner of Klr.t Toylor STILL COVTINUFS TO KEEP M c, ,uotU on luud BEST VI J of M ata io the city CDU t MITTON POUk POOLTK1 S1LAT3 of .11 which SPAPFRf NFWSPAPFK
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