Questions? Call (888) 845-2887 Hablamos Español

Angelica Reporter Newspaper Archive: February 21, 1866 - Page 1

Share Page

Publication: Angelica Reporter

Location: Angelica, New York

Issue Date:

Get 1 more page view just for clicking

to like us on Facebook


   Angelica Reporter (Newspaper) - February 21, 1866, Angelica, New York                                 TSRBISi^a FER TBAJR, 118 ADVAWCIS. In all CMOS where psjrxsont ia deli^ed for more than tttM months, Fifty Cents addltlouai will bo charged.  W« have a large and complete assortment of plain «od ihooy type, and oxcoUont presses, and are prepa-nd to do handblUs, law cases, bcioks (^ulars,.car^ Ud io ftet almost all kinds of plain and fkncy print* tSf^ nM^pxoBpt, and che^p.  VOL. XXIX; yov 35. ANGELICA, N. Y.. WED1ESI>AY, FEBKUARY 21, Ï 86Ö. TOOLE ÑO. 1489.  Wo  ^ SHWWK'äM* MMll  . ^HWASMwihL  " rntrtmiiHtiltmm tmBMÊ^U»»  ^TmBmrs&mumELLORS^T^w _ Angelica^ Mhgany Y. Win attend to ali baBiness entrasted to thei •huge, with promptaeas and dispatoti.  jr.*,anebk.}:> cv ; [w.akoel;.....  OlHce—CornerofMalnfnd Center Street!  J. H. Eggleston.  Watch Maker and Jeweler,and dealer In alt kinds o^Clocks,. Watohes,aad Jewelry Repairing done on short notice and rea-«•aaMetem«.  ^^Ailg<Uo», Feb; 15, I86A. 1386tf  iirOKtlCA INSTraAKB omCE „Arctic Insurance Co.  «APIT^ - . ... tSOO.OOQ ASSETS ^ - ... $650.000  R. liLOYD, A<}BNT. ^Jtageiioa, April 1, 1865^. 1444  Carver.  jUmf^ ,, oeNTiST '  I»«mith D»t1s- Bloc«; «T ? ^T®. »«rtntr, ___  _ no  msitf  Wants,  t&ÓÀ A MONTH!—AGENTS wanted for ria en-WiJt/VfKrrfy "«o abides., jnet oat Address O. T. GAUEY, City Building, Blddeford, Maine. JonlO'Ca. T ly.  -Argents  Wanted.  3!a:fieU IfriXR Cértificates-  F»R gold and silver watches, Ladies  Jewelry, Diamond Bings, Pins, &o,,onJyf0each, For any article drawn, lietail Price from $10 to $i60. All goods warranted gennino. Price of Certificates 25 cents «acb. Liberal Premiums and Commission aUowcd -to Agents. Somplo certiflcatos sent ilcce.  il?arClreal«ra«uaid Terms addrcMuu_ . ^ _  Mess^-HirRrABÖfeca., jana'CMm. 220 Broadway, Now York.  dhf tZCifi PEU VEAtli—Wo want agents CPX.VV/" everywhero-to edl onr impboved S20 Sewing JIacUlneg, Three now kinds. Under and upper feed. ■Warranted'five years. Above salary or lor^o commisBiona paid. The only machines sold in United States for leas than S40, \thicb ito fully licensed bji Howif, Wheeler_ajViUqny.jBraticrJ£.MakiLr.,-Sxnger^ Cg ' nuiTn<ick'ei<i*r:^ All other cheap .machines aw and the selkr or wwr are liahle to arrest. Circulars/r«. Address, or  Frltndship. IS. Y. 1420  •PENSIONS^ .  Bounties, and Back Pay, pjr^cured by the tabficnber.  IL LLOYD, Claim Agent. Angelica, N.T.y 1864. HOltf  P. Iff PISH.  Blacuiotii—on Corner of Main and Olean «treet, opposite Rathbun'e Hotel, where all aclndfl of Blacksmithing will bc^done on the «horteit notice, and moat reasonable terms— titlid~H6rje an^ Ox^hoeing" in a Bopenor manner.  ALSO, Mannfactarer of Carriages, Bug-  S'es, Wagons, ¿fcc.; and repairing done on ort notice-^ne door south of the Black-amith Shop, on Ol?an street, ▲ngelwa, N. Y.  PACIFIC^ji^TEL,  GBEEiflwI'CH^ STREET j  (one squabe west op DBOADWAY,)  Between Courtlandt Streets, New York.  1385tf  npHE. PACIFIC HOTXil. is weU and widely X known to the traveling public. " The location la }ecially suitable to merchants and bueihcss men ; is In close proximity to the business part of the ty—is on the highway of Southern and Western travel—and adjacent to all the principal IlaUroad and Steamboat depots.  The Paci&o has liberal accommodation for over 300 guests ; it is well furnished, and posaesscs every modern improvcmcnfrfortlro comfort and entertainment of its inmates. The rooms are Bpacious and well ventilated: provided with cas and water; the attendance is prompt and respectful; and the table i?-Ji®.?eTOnsJr.pTpvidcd_with ejci^ of the  season, ilia' Bubscmjer," wtd^ "for the past "Yew years, has been the lesBee, is now solo proprietor, and intendB to identify himself, thoroughly with the intcreets of his house. .With long experience as a hotel-keeper, he trusts, by moderate charges and a liberal policy, to maintain the favorable reputation of the Pacific Hotel. JOHN PA'iTENJr.  Oct. 18.  3 A X T E  FRIEmSHIP, N. Y. JBSf ABLIS H ED IN 185 3  ■fitrndsnts graduated in vocal lEd nsirumeutal mu-«ie, and musical composiUen.  JAMJES BAXTER, Principal and I»roprietor. Send for a circular HOG:tf  Fire insuraiiee!  25 Cents to Save ¡¿d Dollars  Hf«irkak'b Concentraikd Bknzinb removes Paint, Gre&so Spots^ &o. instantly, aod cleans SHIcs, Ribbonn, OlovpR, &c., rqual to new. Only 23 cants per bottle. Silld by'Druggltts. Hki)FMAn.& Cb..  Chemists and Dmggistii,N. Y.  HORNEr.LSYILLE AGENCY, .ffitna Insurance rompany,  IIAHTFORD, CONNECTICUT Incorporated 1819- Capital $2,250,000.  HARTFORD INSXIIUNCE COUPANY Hartford, Connecticut. INCORPORATED 1810—CAr-lTAI,$l,000,000.  . PB(EiiIX INSm'ANCE COMFAN r,  liarlford Connecticut. IWCORPOBATED 1845—CAPITAL §^0 000.  CITY FIRE INS URA NCJE CO MP A N V, Capital $250,000.  PBCEmX INSURANCb CO., New York City. CAPITAL $1,000,000.  NORTH AMERICAN INSURANCE CO., Harttord, Connecticutr—Capitol $300,000.  METRIPOLITAN INSURANCE CO. New York City. pAPITAL-1,000,000. Insurance can be eflFected with tljo isub-aciiber in the above old establiBhed Stock ('ompanlea,on Dwellings, Stores, Chiirches, • Factories,Personal Property, &c., ou terms «ifaTorablea^other rcBponBibleinstitntioDB. A'ly communications addressed to him at ll«)tnell6ville will meet with prompt atten-  tionr ' ~ .......  March 8,18G3—pdly  Tbe Great Cause  OF  HUMAN MISERY  Just published in a stahd envdope. Price six cts.  A Lcctnre on «he Nature, Trcjitment, and Radicsl Core of Seminal Weakness, or BpirmatorrhcEa, induced bv Belf-ttbu-e ; Involiintarv EraUsloii», Impotena.v, Nir-vOuiiJebnity, aMtmpeUMfnti to-Mirri Oiinsumpttonr Epilipoy, and Fittr M^tal "nd Phystcal" ¡ticapadlty, »> aOR'T J. CULVEttWELU, M.  D., a<itt>or of thii>Grocn Book" &c.  Tho World-rriiowiii-rt author, in tills admirable Lpc-uro, dearly provcp, from his own cxpcrienco, that the awfulconfcqucnce of «rlf-Abuse may bo cfTectuolIy ro moveil without medicine, and nitbout dangcruui sor-gical (iperatiiin«. boui;ieii, iottmmcnts, rings or coniials pointing out a modB of cure at once certain and ciFcct-uai, by wljtoh every Huffcrer, no matter what hi« condition may be, mav ciir« himself cheaply, privately, and radically. Tiii» lectme will prove a boon to  tlioufands ajid thong luds. Sent under seal, to any ad-drfss, in« plain «ealed envelope, on receipt of six cents, or two postaue stamt)«, l>v ad'lre'slntr  CHA'SJ.C. KLINE & CO., 126 Bowery, New York, Poituince Bo* 4580.  Cbapped Hand» Jk Face, ¡»ore JLips, C'liilBlanes^ &c.  Hegeman &. Co'a CAMPttOE Ice witu Gltotuiwr, eurefi ejiarfped bands, &c., immedia-ely, and will kwp the ikin soft apd smooth in the coldest weather. Sold by dropgists. Price 25 cents. ' Sent by mall for ,35 Cts. 3ml47a- HKOKMAN & Co-  ChemlRts and Druggists, N. Y. and ado their selections accordingly." m  FUBNITUBE!  PÜBNITIJRE!!  IT is all a mistake that people were Jed to believOjtííat thei-e wAs no oiore  ~Tîr  iKGELICA:  You can find as much, if not more, tiian jTon ever could before.  . COOK & rpRS»TH.  ijre now prepared to Manufacture Cabinet Ware, in all its Branches, and to sell at  iVHOLESAi^E AND RETAIL..  They also kejep.constantly oiLhand  liooking Oiasses,  OVAL PICTURE FRAMES 4 MOLDINGS, Which they can supply to their customers at as low prices as can be g'ot •t any other estal)iishroent.  We invite the people of Angelica and vicinity, to give us a call, and see or themselves, before purchasing elsewhere.  S —The trade can be supplied with Chairs, Bedsteads, and all other  on liberal terms-  G.W.COOK, E. A. FORSYTH, MMt* Street, one door west of the Bathbum . / Hotel. - -  ,1488 Angelica, N. Y.  .Ajqob Bi Smith,  IA /\r Oaa«i4ea, would respectfnllyannonnce io the afflicted relatives of deceased sol-r. v4law» Agent  -^—ppfiaiij^n  coreBonntiefl of X^ceased Soldiers. Also ' Iter the eolleotlaa of Back Pay and Pensionji. Seated, Cania^ Vareh 29,1365.  Elevated oten stoves-sixvarv Ikaof oati^,aad pie« teedf ad  LOCMART ACQ'S  Gray anft Blue. BY 0. a. ixxAin).  ''Thoonly difiference in yonr war," I heard if Briton say, .  The other clad In gray."  I went Into a faleral camp ;  r heart the soldiers cry, "Hurrah I here como the newspapOTt;' And saw them rush to buy.  I went along the Valley road, '  And jniet upon my wayy Ten of Lee's straggling infantry, All clad in rebel gray.  jQnaJield a proclamatton^t,-  And, as I stopped my steed, Said : "Tell ns what this paper says, For none qf ut em tt^."  And I replied : "If you could read, . ^ And find out what is true, Instead of ivearing Davis gdiy, You'd bear the Linroln blue."  Gray is thè color of the dust  In which the serpent erawís ;, And blue the hnc of Heaven, which looks • Down on earth's prison \^ls.  JOHN PATTEN, Jr., Pròprictor.  Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair R«»newer has proved itself to be the most perfect preparation for the hair, ever offered to the public.  It is a vegetable compound, and contains no injarlouB properties wnaitsvci.  It will rest<yre gray hair to its original  color.  It will koep tbe hair from falling ont It cleans the scalp and makes the hair soft, lustrous and silken. It is a splendid hair dressing. No person, old or young, should fail to use it.  It is recommended and used by the first MedicalauUioriiies.  „-^SfcAfik-for-JHall-'s-Vegetable-SiwUan-Hair Renewer, and take no othar.  B.P. HALL&CO., Nashua, N. H,, Proprietors ; J'or sale by all druggifits, 6ml430.  Mr. Nasby Suggests a Flan for the Up-Building of the Democracy.  CoNFEDFJirr X Roads, (which is in the Stait of Kentucky,)  January 27,1866.  Halleloo'^y ! Halleloogy ! Halle-loogy I I see ® I'te ! It beams onto me I It penetrate? me I It fills me I 6oy to the world 1 ,  I hev diskivered ihe cause wv the decline uv the Dimocrisey. I seeu it yiatcrday. I wuz a wandering on the neighborin hills, a musin onto the depravity uv humanity ez exemplified in ihe- perBon-uvihe-gTOcery: keeper-at the Corners, who unanimusly refoozed to givo me further credit for com whisky, which is the article they yoose this country to pizen themselves with. He assoored me that he hed the utmost regard for biany virtues, but diskivered that the one he prized the most I hèdn't so many uv, to wit : ^hat uv paying for .my linker. Therefore tìbie account might be considered closed. . Then for the fust time in my life, I beleeved in total depravity.  While musin in a melankoly mood on this dark cloud wich fell across my pathway, and the fall uv the Dimocratic party, I came onto party uv men borin for ile. Then the trooth flashed over nie—theit operations showed me thé way to success—the Bhoor- path to triumph.  "When," said I to myself, "wheB the men seek g-ain they bore for it I They go down-T-iiever up. Even so with the Dimocrisy. We dug downward I downward 1 downward ! through all the str9,ta uv society. Wc went through the groceries—the next stratum was the, most ignorant uv the furiners— then wo struck the poor whites uv the South, then below them the heft uv the Dcopleuv Noo Gersy—then Southern Lllinoy and Indiana—-then Pike county, Missouri, and so on I We never went upward for con vests, pause 'twant no use—when a man wanted to jine us he alluz hed to come doWn We got lots uv converts.  There waa a regular slidin scale which the heft liv Dimocrats who wuznt born in the party hev slid down,  tu -»rit .  Quarter dollar smiles. 15 c^nt nips. 10 cent drinks. 5 cent sucks. A flat flask conceeled. A bottle openly. Dimocrisy.  We lost our hold for two reasons. First, the poor likker we hev now l^ls  dffòùyvòlèlfs  whisky, forced two-thirds uv our people to quit suckin, and ez soon ez they begun to çit on their feet they jinçd the Ablishmsts. Secondly, our leaders spozed there wuz no lower stratum to dig into, and give up in disgust. But I hev deskivered that lower  _______ irrani  m:da"from Freah Livers. Sold by DrufrRlsU generally.  BEGEUAN & CO. Chemists jind Draggitts, New York.  Cough  ho More!  DU. STRICKLAND'S  MELi.ni'i.uoua______________  Cough Balsam  ____I»-warrantcd-ta. . _  ration known to cui^ coughs, colds, hoarseness, as ma, whooping cough, chronic coughs, consumption, bronchitlB and croup. Bcinft prepared from honey and herbs it Is healing, softening, and expectorating, and particularly suitable for aU affections of the Throat and Lungs. For sale by Druggists CTcry-  where.  DR. STRICKLAND'S  Pile Eemedy  Has cured thousands of the worst cases of blind piles) It gives immediate relief, and reffects a permanent cure. ^it dlrecUy. It is warranted to cure. For Bale by all Druggist» at 60 cents per botti*.  DYSPEPSIA.  dr. stricklisind's tonic 1« a concentatEdpreparaUon of roota and herbs» ^th antiadds and carminv  doctob. , STfiSiUUiâ'S Toitlc!  tlves to strfengthen the stomach %nd nervous system. It is a certain rem:  ^y. It is not aiconouc. inereiore .particularly for weak, nervoua .and dyspeptic persons. For sale by all Dni^girta everywiero at 81 per botue janires-ly  JRB Jfl MJVG T O Jy S  ARIHLY AND NAVY  APPBOVED BY THE GOVEBNMENT.  TVamitM'iupeHrarW  Also Packet atidBëlt Bevolvers. Sold by the Trade^ irenenliy. Descriptive Circnlara furnished on ap ipUi ^onT^ E. EEMINGtON & SONS, Dion, N. Y.  MaaoCicturer'a of Mnaketa, Carbinea, Bevolven, Sill* Battel«, ect  LÌ» kiaAa «f ÌS&Ò ^rlnttSS .«mmM ftt UiU OAM.  mmt  taehen to voters alono. Tho Democratic' States will hov more members uV Congress and more electoral votes than aforo tho war,and them aro States we kin depend on.  But my skecra is still more comprehensive. Well send 'em North, A fa  tho Ablishun majority in NooGersey; fifty thousand will bring dhio back to the fold, the same numbor will do fur Noo York and Pénnsylvany, and the country is saved—wo will bo able to elect the President. Thus the pit the Ablishnist dug: for us he'll fall into it Kissel f—the club he cut for us will break his ^own head.  HoneyTicz kuiri out uv the carcass, good h^z preceded from Nazareth. The nigger smells sweeter to mo now than Kite bloomin Scrious-r-he is more prcshus to mo than gold or silver or preslius stones. Ho js the way aijd I shell walk in it. He áiel lift mo into a Post orfis. We must jive our Afrikin brother—for is hénd a man anda brother ?—not oEly tiio suffrage, but jie_mBBt-„JtievJand,-4ind44iaDcraoGrÍGy must give it to him. I want Garrit  Davis to instantly interdooso a bill in-^ to the Senit givin cmh family a quarter section uv land, a p^irof dv mules and a cook stove, and esch female Afrikin brother two flarin ca|ca dresses and a red bonnet. I want him to advocate the bill in a speech ui- not mbre than two hours, so that it will stand some chance uv passin. On second thought I guess some other man had better in-terdoose the bill, as tlic Senit hez got intosicha habit uv yotin,down everything he proposes that they'd slather this without considerin it, on jineral principles.  Then we've got^m. Work ez hai^ ez they may at it^ it'll take 20 yeers  r^C^^^ Klintliniofa 1rir> orliiilrato 'am  up  and even that time Tvon J do it, if we kin afford to use it ez in the days of yoar.  Goyously I went homo to lay fte foundation uv tho new temple uv Dim-oocrisy.. I slept that nite atween 2 niggfers, and hev bia shakin hands and inkwirii; after tho helth uv the families uv all /I hevifiier lie father liard biit an orthodocks Dimmicfat who has fol-lered the party closely for 30 yeers ought not to balk at sich a triflin chdrge ez this pertikerley when it" promises sich gloryus results.  "There's a life about to gleem, There's a fount about to streem, Wiut a little longer !  ' - (From tho Evening post.]  Tho Emperor of the French is so profound ¡a dissembler, has onco ao signally violated his oath, snd so many times his word, that' he will owe it to ^own bad character, if the American pooplo are slow to l)oliove'iu his prom» ises. In this Mexican business particularly he has played fast and loose so often, that we shall not rt^oice in the Speech imputed toiilm by our latest foreign reports, until wo ahall see by the event whether some shabby trick or other, whether fiomo dextrous play apon^ords, is not concealed in his ro-nRfiks.  Prom the beginning to the end of it this Metican expedition has been prosecuted in a sinister and dissembling way. Got up origiiially on the pretext that it was to bo a mere redress of tbe grievances of the foreign creditors of Mexico, ho lured England and Spain into the undertaking, until the discovery of its redil objects revolted the hon-est instincts jof jthose_,.mtiona...:^ next pret^ed that the choice of a ruler for themselvfe should bo left to tho Mexican people, but wheu the time, came a scion of the House of Haps-burg wEls forced upon them at the point of French bayonets. Siuco then thousands of the best MexicanBliaye been wantonly slain because they wouidnot submit to this usurpation;of their native country by a dynasty which had no more right to rule it than the first upstart in the crowd. When tho United States began to protest against the outrage-—this open, unprovoked, cruel, and infamous assault upon tho independence of nations —hewas-bold^noughr-^hileourcivil war lasted, to urge the recognition of the rebels even upou England, iu the  When Daniel 'Webster was young man about CipmOTcIng the study of law, ho was Advised not to oDter ti» legal proiessioD, for it wm already crowded. His ireply was, "There is  Wo ïmàpne thb golden temple of honor add SUCCÇ8S to bo situated On a broad areft at the summit of a summit of a pyramid. The steps »ear the bMo are low and bi*oad,but in approach-mg tho summit, they gradually become very high, «arrow and difficult. Thé lowest steps aire crowded with dimlnu tive, envious i  piushiug each  tinually joatlihg^ and other back. Farther iip,"the intellects aro taller, and the crowd less dense, while on the highest steps are but feir, and thoso of (n^t statttre. Along the flteps are places of amnsetnenl and pleastire to attract the tinwary and tho indolent, who, afler being robbed of their energy, and thrust to tho foot of "the pyramid. Thus many a young busincaajnan-jwrlia has^fe^outrwith-the finest prospects has miserably perished. .  There afo no patent methods of ascent, and every man must succeed on his own plan, ori mako ¡a failure. The variety of experinaents tried is endless. Some endeavor to attach themselves, hoping to bo thus carried up, but they für© soon shaken off and compelled to seek their own level. Others inflate balloons with gs», and throwing out i^orgous fogs of language, attempt to sail m«jest|callx ^ sire4 pinnacle, and though ^ f a tioie they may appear totise, their boloons murt eventually collapse, for no gen» uino and permineht sucecss canT^ achieved wiUiout intense thought and labor.  afore the AWishinista kin edjukate 'em t^e rebels oven upoa J-ngland, m the labor. ^ _ ^ ..... ^ favor tliiiinetbod declare ÙîatcatâÏÏ  Oonsumption, Kheumatism,  Scrofula &c.  ^Hbgbuah & Co'b GK»uiini MEniowAL Con LrrsB Oil has proved, by twenty years experience, the most vain-  idea flashed over my Websterian in  Praise Your Wife-  Praise your wife, nan; for pity's sake give her a little mcouragement; it won't, hurt her. Slie tias miade your home comfortable, yoin hearth shining and bright, your food agreeable; for pity sake tell her ypi thank her if nothing more. She (jon't expect it; it will make her eyes .ipen wider than they have been for tlese ten years; but it will do her goo3, for all that, and you too.  There are many women to-day thirsting for the Word of praise, the language of encouragement. Through summers heat and winter's cold they have drudged uncomplainingly and bo accustomed have their fathers, brothers and husbands become to their monotonous labors, that tiiey look for and unon them as they do the daily risincr of the sun and its o«"/ ^ing down. Homely everyday life, may be made beautiful by an appreciation of its homleiness. You know that if the floor is clean, manual labor has been performed to make it so. You know that if you can take from your drawer a clean shirt whenever you want it, sombody's fingers have ached i|i the toil of mal^gjt sojreshand agr^^^^ so smootB^ and lustrouB. JE very thing that pleases the eye and sense has been produced by constant work, much thought, great care and untiring efforts bodily and mentally.  I tell you what, men, young and old, if you but show an ordinary civil-ty toward that common article of  was over he prevaricated and sbuffi^. For moto than a year hiL has intimated his willingness to withdraw his troops^ but.all thè while has been sending forward jfeinforcements. Now, when tho firmness of President Johnson, sustained by the almost ujmninaous feelingj)f the people, has forced our diplomacy into Bomatiiing like decision and carn?^ estness, ho makes aù annuuncement of his purpose to l?ack out of his ihquity.  Certainly there is nothing in the words of tho speech to give us ihuch assurance. "Louis Napoleon, says "that preparations are making to withdraw the French troops." He has said that before; but what wo want to know is not that at sorao time W other ho intènda to think about devising, or pondering, or considering, or cogitating a plan by which it may, will, should, or can bo possible to withdraw his forces; but that they will be withdrawn at a certain day, say tho Fourth of July next. The proraÌ6es,as it now stands, may mean that he will set about withdri3fwing them next year, or the next year after, or five years hence; but the American people are-detci'm-ine3 to have tho creatures out at once.  crime so atrocious and flagrant as that of trampling out the life of a nation, supplanting free republican institutions by a foul despotism, dug out of the mtìck of European decay, is not a crime with which wo can dally. Our government must teU the perpetrators of it to he off instantly, with thqir entire crew of mercenary agents.  The Last Han.  the one hundredth and sixtieth part of the compliments you almost choked them with before you were married; if you would cooBo to epeak of their faults, however" banteringly, before others, fewer women would Ecek for other sources of happiness than" cold so-so-ish affection. Praise your wife, then, for all the good qualities she has, and you may rest assured that her deficiencies are fully counterbal-ianced by your own.—Exchange.  telleck I shouted Halleloogy I The nigger is the lower stratum, and ef we bore down to it, and it thoroughly, -wo hev at least a twenty years lease uv power. •  We must cultivate the nigger. He must hev the suffrage ! ! It is a bum-in shame that in this Nineteenth Sentry, in the full blaze uv intelligence, livin under a Deklarashun which declares all men "free and ekal," that a large body uv' men should be denied the glorious privilege uv bein taken up to the poles and voted. Is not the Afrikin a man ? Is he not taxed ez we are, and most tiv ^e Democisy, for many u v em o wn property pi he not amenable to all the laws even ez we is 1 Then why^ „Ltriumphantly ask, is he not entitled to a vote ? Ah 1 why ? indeed I  "But this is Ablishinism 1" methinks I hear a abtoose Dimocrisy observe in horror—"and why give them votes, who will use em agin us ?"  My gentle friend will they use their baUot agin-us^?-Ef I'kno^^^^^B^^ think not. Kin they read ? Kin they write ? Ain't tho bulk of em rather degraded and low than othei;;wise ? Methihks. Ain't that the kind of stock we want, and the kind which has al ways set us up. Readin hez alius bin agin Us—every skool master is a engine uv Ablishnifm—every noosepaper is a cuss. General Wis© uv Virginia, when he thanked God there wozn't a nooser  paper" iSTiisde^^^^^  for do yoo spoio a readin constitooency wood hev ever kept sich a blatherskite Tow» Utmsa  wuuu ucv c.o»^cp ^ ^ MeetlngTicketi on rcty  ez mm in uongresa year mv^» y««*. ibortnotice and wltli the gr^tett ezpedlUoo.  Then agam, the Constcwshnalj Fayoii of this kind will be tbiml^ Amendment ^U paiSt givio represeo'cdT«d.  Handy "Small Things."  Common cut-nails are too brittle for repairing implements, or for othersim-ilar purposes^ Buy only tho—very, best and anneal them, and they, will answer alj ordinary purposes of best wrought nails. To anneal them, all that is necessary is to heat them red hot in a common fire, and cool gradu ally. Let them cool, for instance, by remaining in the fire while it burns down and goes out. One such nail well clinched, will be worth half  Every farmer should keep on ham a supply of copper wirOj, and small pieces of sheet copper, or copper straps. Copper wire is better than annea'  led  iron wire; it is almost as flexible as twine, and may be bentiind tested as desired and it will not rust. Copper straps nailed acrosso or around fracture or split in any wooden «tide will strengthen it in a thorotigh knan-  naturally tall enough to take the^^ two or three steps at a stride. He is known as ft genius. But, usually, finding he can do at a bound what it costs others so much labor, after making a few strides he relaxed his efforts, imd becomes .jcaridess, falls into some of the snares which designing persons have placed -for his^09-truction.  Those who finally reach tho summit, are men who, though unablo to make groat strides at tho outset, have indomitable energy and perseverance. They developo file intellect with judicious caro, and keep it expanding asjhey slowly toil upward, till they linally^becomo gigan,tic in-eapaei^yr  and able to take the highest steps. > Dilligence and perseverance, rightly directed, will carry a man to the summit. Genius, without these never can. This fact has beM recognized in all ages of the world. Some one expressed the same thing when he said, "Seest thou a man diligent in business, he shall stand before princes."  CHAP 80. . AN ACT reUtrng toyOWH ELECnOlfS  Passed Fehrdaiy 0, Í806, three-fifths being present*  iJie FeopU cf tía StaU cf Ntxe Ymh^ f^^ in Salíale atui AssmNy, do enc^ ^a foUmt:  Section I Section three, iSfticIe first, <if title two, of chapter eleven, of part first of tho Revised Statutes is hereby amended so as to read as follows:  §3 There shall be chosen at the annual town mctítUigín eat;U town one supervisor, one town clerk, one asses-sor, one collector, one or two overseers of the poof, onV, two or three commissioners of the highways, and not more than five constables; but¡ nothing herein contained shall prevent the election, at such town meeting, of any greater number of tho ofiElcers respectively herein specified, or of any officer-not-herein-epecified, ~ whiE5rc~tbe^ power to elect such greater number, or such other officer or officera, has hUherto been conferred by any statute other than the section hereby amended, nor shall anything .herein contained authorize the election of overseers of tho poor in any town in the counties of Richmond or Kings. § Thfl sixth gectlon of in act entitled  The. Portage liegister C^sconsih) chronicles the death at Caledonia, Wise., on the 27th ult., of Joseph Crele, bom near Detroit, Mjch., in 1725, and who has attained, therefore, the amazing aged of One Hundred and Forty '"ears. He was born seten years be-fore-Georgfi J0ZA8hingtonr and-war fifl^ years old at the outlireak of the American Revolution; so that ho might, even then, have claimed exemption froip militai^ service. He was 44 years old at the birth of Napoleon I. He was 62 years old when tho Federal Constitution was formed, and 84 when Abraham Lincoln was born. We know one longer life than his in modem times, that of Parr, the EngliskmanV "An act to amend title one of chapter wiio is recorded to. Jiaye^ beeiL J)orn in_ :aiiteeni)fjthe Jii»Lpart_of_ihe_J8evised  1483, and to have died in 1635, at the ripe age ef 152. Crele's baptism is said to be on record in tlie French „CathQlkChurch.in-Jktroit;.jBOLÌhat-hifl-age would seem to bo duly authenticated.  Important Inventioks.—^Glass windows were first used in 1189 j Chimneys ih 1836; lead pipes for convoying water, 1352; tallow candles for lights in 1200, spectacles invented—Iby-an Italian, 1299; paper first made from linen, 1301; woolen cloth made in  W« arttiiiMieMd witk ttro w^ti-Iwoesftt ohoe--the dwlei» imt^e  w» «hall hare to defend oartêtreM m  Agaímí^iirup^i^ of tbe fearful scourge which luto ram-d amongst the cattle in Sng^of^ nwiy mïmina, Coñgrtím baé ^eavor» ed to protect im by wiiíngéti^ forWa» diDçthe imporution of sh«» M eat-tie from abroad.  We trust this law will be rigidly ex-yitet, so long as thilffe is thy altgfaeitt dmgéroí theîmportaH6n br lS di». e»ms wd in the mMotlmt ÏMir ««rioat-î?«^»o«»etie» tibonUdinetéÊêUeih tion of compentent mm to th* q^Mtioos ofprtiTétitíon and core. Urn i»«1-retdy k literature of the cattl^am m Knglmnd; tbe most «nnîiieifpKm*. cían», surgeons, and oTt^uoeiQ Great Brittian have wHttt« jf^th» subject: a government rnmniiwiuu tuw Teported-w-it- ^-ütíüár^mmi^^ have be«n suggested, trièé, found us^essjor at best, very uúoeiMii uni still the pestilence ráfi^: nit meth^ dent that in this case prenraNíon fa safer than cure,  ^Amongst the most ëitecmhlmeA* odsof treatment was that of Imhumo-pathy, as practiced in Ht^Iknd ñni Bel^um. Homoçopathîc mëdfeiprov^ ed almost speciAcf «géiot tke dSiiwee' but in Jngfand, whetbor Qm treatmenfc was dl%ent, or the dÍMiMeim vir«. lent, hottoeopathit remédie« bav« nol been equally effective. Lately it hâm l^n asserted that the dime ia of .-imaU-pox,-átóé the  cattle may be protected from it ». oculatiOp, or, vaccination. Thim who  -iscwo :ib Bsi small pox, prevented Ifdm hrrokln« out in pustules on the skin by tbe toughness of the animal's hide, if tliis theory should, on further examinstion prove correct, it would be t most vai nable discovciy. There is little doubt .that the pestilence nowragihgràèbnrst English cattle is substantially thèlsame mncraiu which carries off ^réat herds year after year on the steppes of E^tpnlBurope and A6is;-* diseSse to which this continent is, of iourse, also exposed, and a preventive, «g-ainst which would be more • importasi'^aa the discovery of a new gold field.'  The subject hat as yet received' very Jittleatteution- hecof bot-itdeMFfff^the-iHost amlouTlionsi^^ «  meat-eating pooplo, such as we are. A cattle niurram here would be a terrible calamity, and tho immense'.territory-over which . such a pestilence might spread, would make itfkr more fearful than oven in Englaiid:~tfW.  ASOyuur^Agaiaittto CattltykgM.  -Official reports  vaccination has so far proved m fMrtain safeguard to cattle, againt tho Blague which has raged so fearfuljiy la the Brithish Islands.  The disease continues there, vaccin»-tion having been practiced by only a part of tho cattle ownèrs. Tht ^wger to cattle in America, therefore, contin-net ; would it hot be well fòm^ricut* tarai «ocieties in the different sUtés to urg« the immediato YacciBati'on of cat* tie and sheep f Tbe war actaaily lessened tho uamher of catUoio; tho southern states ; the countqr cannot afford to lose still mo^e of iio ììocIe by a plagi», to which, nevertìielèis, it io exposed, and which may epreod to oar shores at any moateot  Bveiy precaution shooUl bo liken to guard against socfa a terrible Mbfoi^ tune ; and now that« sore, iaUé^ and «vencwhere attainable «aCspitté t^ bera discoveied, it onght to bo applied to all our stock m quickly m potoibie. Wo recommend tho «attor to Hw «t> tentlon of the difionaitòtotol^yioliAtti«« now in session, /  —-- ••• I,, i^iii  IiiroxrAifv TO SouigM.-~*A bfll luio been introdaced iniko Ooliti«« «tving to soldieto who oaterod tlw, Office  England 133tijprintinginvented, watche8^made-in^Germany,^4Tirfvari-ation of the compass noticed, 153(^; pins used iuEnj^land, 1640; circulation of the blood by Harvey, 161»j Äst newspaper published, 163T; first cotton planted in tiio United States, 1769; lirst steam engine by Watt, 1765; first steam cotton mill erected, 1783; stereotype printing invented in Scotland^ 1785; animal magnetism by  lishedin England, 1789; etec|ro-mag netic telegraph, 1833.  "ifou bet," is a slang phrase in Cali-foraia, signifying strong affirmation. The following, story is told of . that region :—A burglar, at midnight, climbed up to chamber window, «id cautiously, opened it The occupant  Statutes, in regard to roads and bridg es, and the^ appointment of overseero of highways," passed April ^twenty-first, one thonsand sig^nundre^Liuttd sixty-five, is hereby repealed, _________  § 3. This act shall tako effect im-mediately.  When the telegraph was put in operation between Portland and Boston, awuntiyffiainirov© « flock of tuikeys to the former placo for a market, but not finding as go(^ a sale ao ho an-tiapated,helnquired^f somab^^afe fera their price in Boston. Some wag of a, fellow advised him to otep lato the telegraph office. Jonathan ^entered and put thè all-iroiK)rtant queS' tion to the operator, who immediately telegraphed to Boston, and in a Sew minutes receive an answer to his ' inquiry, and informed his costomer, Jonathan looked at the operator wiUi ft sly wink,, and exclaim^—  He was afeut leaving the office, when the operatw told him that there were nine shillings to pay. Jonathan bristle, up and burst fortii in a rage—  "You can't gum it over mo. That darn^ old tick-box of youm hain't been out of this room since I've been here.'*  The operator, finding^ that be had caught ft greenhorn, let hiin. off on'  priortó Jone ä5th, 18«3, Um» IbUowinf ^ntiee :~T!KMie: who. Mmili^kir^ days and not more thon tbi»o isonthii, fortjr acreo, of land; tboio wbo ' «rved threo montU kaA not rirrniiliiH: tlx  who sèryed six uontfao 4aiw>t;Mni*> ing one yoar, oighly oci«i af lta*Mi |50| thoM who sonrtd «MÎtite om  year ondnot mora tlMo acr^ of Iwd ftnd Üimámtha'  served excèedisf tweqwfc .'i»tiài> dred and oixtj ocrao ofImií IhI'^IM. Thisembrftoeo commissicffted officer«," Tbos^t extend* toMk hi i wböishftir hftfo laa, _  woâdbô äipäod toAo  tiot. ■-■i..  .ThO;  probably, mk ùmétà'kf Lonneebeflry, Stteiwd^Ct, MitrtNiia by her to tbo Union OiA» oflbittMni for 135 ftod seat to Prsflïâent Jóhnnon as ft présent for NeWfoar« Ikyi ISM. This torkciy woo roitod by« Minify," M  ftlivo, 47 ■pooi^*'^'^  A-mm'' ''.....V  áliílHMMilÉÍ tifili ' ^ In the AMcttbly,  was introducrrd prt>pí>MiÉ Wtcal  thrwindoWrftB^^ust as^tbe robber?^ ^^aaieti^^ ------  faco ap^red, pressed against it the cold, smooth i^uzjJe of a revolver; witii the injunction, "You gît.» "You bet," replii^ the robber, dropping to the groand, and numcg for  lis 111«.  FATnAKTwit WAaMnrra—W* htve «atea<l • fMr hwdi«« Wawamtí «Im hm mi noit eoavcsiiM iw» ii «M^wklck ««SkdllN l^tofantahlo CtmmSmàMim, Towa CiMkik otmwm» «r wwèvorsuy wmK, «* ikt ./>»«m«| 'l»rie». ■ - ■ '  changes m the tawa t^fvlati^ ments and. Taxes. It ftinehdrW Bit^  tax^pay^r ih«^^  prot»erty, andioohejmat jttUMí** . -pefi "^rf tf*» tifflfiir tioM on at^flfotof it  ii- «^..finiioii iwmmmÊmm  cent«  «(tto iMiftltêtllt i!<!%«(|  Cood: C4tlotííciÍM   

From 1607 To The Present

Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!

Growing Every Second

Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 130 million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.

Genealogy Made Simple

Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!

Choose the Membership Plan that is right for you!

Unlimited 6 Month

$99.95 (45% Savings!)

Unlimited page views for 6 months Learn More

Unlimited Monthly

$29.95

Unlimited page views for 1 month Learn More

Introductory

$9.95

25 page views for 1 month Learn More

Subscribe or Cancel Anytime by calling 888-845-2887

24 hours a day Monday-Saturday

Take advantage of our Introductory Membership offer and become a member for 1 month only for $9.95!

Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!

Your Membership Includes:
  • 25 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a Monthly Membership only for $29.95
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
Best Value! Save -45%
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.

"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.

Search Billions of Newspaper Articles 130 Million+ Pages and More Added Weekly!

Uncover 400+ Years
of Newspaper Archives
(1607 to today!)

Browse by Date

Research Newspaper Articles from 11 Countries
& all 50 U.S. States

Browse by Location

Explore 6,200+ Current &
Historical Newspaper Titles
and Counting!

Browse by Publication