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   Angelica Reporter (Newspaper) - March 7, 1866, Angelica, New York                                 SI« l^wgilí» §tfttUt.  ------- - —^  C. F. & Q. W. ÖiCKm Xditom ^ Bropziet«^! imwrnat-^» pkr tbar, ni. AO^iúnm»'  tm ai tÊmtMÈMnvéf utenti îê aaUyod iy »g* *>"»  tkiw WHtUw, rutf Ceau «Wtimial witt fceHw«**  W* IMT« » ittga ¿¿d comptetB wKPrtMiXt fltiW» miA hMCT typf. Md fficeoUent pre wu. *aA m^ »«P^ «•a to do luadblU^ Uv ewes, bookt circ^ttt«i MdiaftnttliiMMtkU kinds ofDlainudftauqr firtarM Mtii aad ch^^^^^  - 1I08INE&8 CAKPft ,  ANaBL & GREEN,  dmmers& oqunsellors at law  Angelica^ Allegany Co.fN. Y, JniUtteodto ftU toMncn «Dtnutcd to thel lAwge, with promptness and diepatoh. t.  ■^mt WIHI J-'-^jf--r--'tfA^-^-'-i-'-  Ofloe-<5omef of Ifrifr uA Center Street»  m Ef^eitpn.  ^aich%akeraii Jeweler,and d^teiH  ______bia'Df ClbolirsrWatelRi«i«Bd Jewclty-  l^palrlng done on short notioo aod r^a* itaable term«. Aogello, Feb, 1864^ lS85tf  juroKtm iirsimANB OFHCS Arotie Insurance Co.  CAPITAL - . - - - «500.000 ASSEtS . - ... $C50.0il0  . : ________________ R. LLOYD, AOBST,  Angelica/Apdli;1f65. U44  jflSB^^  Dr-C.P Carver.  PÇNTIST  Ihmtal rooms oter fhe storo çf 8. Bennett & Co., Ib Snüth Davis' Block, AngoUca, «9* J bavo no partaw. 13«:«  DK.H. B. GORTON.  «CP  Fit^ndsMp. y« 1420  ^otèWCA  ^Ñmm  n\tHt8.  dhCIA A HIONTlK-AaEKTS AContod for ri« en-ffl«/\/í«rí'w WW anUlff., Just out. Address O. T. OABEY, City Building, BlddcioJd, Maine. JaalO'CO. ïy.  ; A-gents Wantted.  To Sell Prise Certificates t?OB GOLD and SILVER WATCHES, Ladies X Jowelry, Diamond Binipi, Pins^ kc., oWy IS wh,  All goods waiiiuitM" «efealBfli. wics or CierUficaiss fiiiywwiwMl-Commtwioa allowed to Agents. Samplo csriiflcatca Bont irco. ForOircnlara and Tcmji ftddrdss,'  iiltswa. HAÏWABD & CO., Broad«»«. Nerw lotk.  JPER TBAn I-.Wè want agent» ^varjnvhero to call onr impboveo (20 TbrM) new-kind«.' Vndorand  ______ Warruntcd flvo years. Above salaiyor  larm comnteslbns paid. The oki.y macbincs sold in trolted Statea for less tban $40, Txhich aro/uftjr licttued by Bmee^ Whaler Wilton, ■ Orom .it Baker, Singer rf Cò„<cua BacJkelrfm :ilU otber «bcap, mochlncs aro it^fringemfiU and tho teUcr or iwrarb liable to arrest, in?, end . Gwul^»/»-«i. -Addrc or  cdl uipoa Shaw & Ci«k. Biddcfórd,«alfie. OwalO'CO-ly.  PENSIONS,  Bounties, and Bac't Pay, procured by th« labeenber^ i r - i B. LtOTD, Claim Agent.  Angelica, N. Y., 1864. HOltf  p. M. PISH ""  BLACKunru—on Corner of Main and Olcaa street, opposite Ratbbun's Hotel, where nil kinds or Blacksmithing will be done on the ihorteat noticc, and most reasonable terms— and Horse and Ox Shoeing in a superior manner.  also, Manufacturer of Carriages, Bug. gies, Wagons, &o.; and repairing done on abort notice—one door soutb of tho Black*  ■mith Shop, on Ol'-an street. Angelica, N. Y.  JOHN PATTEN, Jr., Proprietor.  The pacific Ht>TBI< is well and vndely known to (be traveling public. Tbo locatlpn is sciidly-suitablo to merchants and business men ; itisin doeo proximity to tho bosincsB part of tho City—Is on the highway of Southern and Western travel—and adjacent to all the principal Iloilroad and Steamboat depots. ' ,  Tho Pacific has liberal accommodation for over SOW fltiest« ; it is well fnrnished, uid possçstcs every tnodcmintproTezaent for tho comfort and entertainment of its inmates, rbe rooms arc spacious and well ventilated ; providetl wltli gas and water ; tho attendance is prompt and rcspectful ; and the table is generonsiy provided with every delicacy of tho season. The enbscriber, who, for the past few years, has besn tho lessee, is now solo propriofor, and intends to identify himself thoroughly with tho Interests of his house. With long experience as a hotel-keeper, ho trusts, by moderate charges and a liberal policy, to maljoitain the favorable repntatkm of  1385tf  the Pacific Hotel. Oct. 18.  BAXTER'S  Instilttte flf Pnsk,  FRIENDSHIP, N. Y. E ST AB LI S H E D IN 185 8  gtsd«nts graduated in vocal and nstniineataLinu-and musical composition.  JAMES^BAXTÉB;r frlncipal end Proprietor. Send for accular 1406:tf  Fire Insurance!  HORNELLSVILLE AGENCY.  .¿Etna Insurance Company,  ---------------jí2inmmiK~cowNi;uTtüur — ^  Incorporaied 181$2,250,000.  HARTFOftD INSURANCE C031PANT Hartford, Connecticut. INCOnPORATED IS 10—CAPITALSI^QQQ^OQO.  PBOSNIXINSÜRÁNCE COMPAN F, liar Iford Connecticut. lííCORPOBATED 1845—CAPITAL $600 000.  CITY FIRÉ INSURANCE COMPANY, Capital §350,000.  PBCENLX INSüRANCh CO,, New York City. CAPITAL $1,000,000.  NORTE AMERICAN INSURANCE CO., nartlord, Conaecticut—Capitol .$30c,000.  METRIPOLITAN INSURANCE 00. New;Ynjrk City. CAPIT.VL—1,000,000. Inauranee can be' effected with tljo sub-• ;i iber in the above old eütablished Stock (írmpanles.ón Dwellings, Stores, Churches, VootoriePfferBon^l Projicrtj, &c., oa terms ¡«»favorable asdlhérreípontibieínstiintions. A*iy communications, addressed to him at H<nnellisville wiii meet with prompt atten-llon: " J. C. MILLER, Agent,. March 8.186.S—pdly_ ■  FUBNITUI^!  PÜRNITIJBE!!  T 10 all a mistakii that, ppioplß Wfire  Î  led to believe,that there was no more  JOHN PAïTËRÎf.  fl5 Cents to Save Dollars  HroKiiAS's CoxoEiTRATBD BKiTiEiirB remore« Paint, Or«ase Spo's, &c. instantly, and cleaus Silks, Eihbon», Glove», &c., «qual to new. Only 25 cent« per bottle. Sold by Draggtits. Segpxax&Co..  Ch«mi>t»irad Druggi«ti,N. Y. -  TUe Great Cause  V -0P--......-  HUMAN mSERT  Just published in a teqUd envelope. Price t 'z eia.  A Lecture on the Nature, Trcatmenf, and Hadical Core nf Si-nrinal WeshntM, or ^permatorrhoyi, induced b> Self-abo-e; Involuntary EraiM'onn, Impotenoy, Nervous Debility, and iifipedlmtntsto Marriages acnerally. Oinruinption, Epi)ep»v, and Fi'»; MontM -nnd PhysicaJ incapadity, &c. Ilv UOB'T J. CULVBRWELt, M. D., author of the^'-Oreen Boott" &c.  Tlw World-renowned author, in this admirable Lecture, clearly provtn, from Ui» own experienro, that the aww-comiUiiiencft n£itlf-AtiU5o_may bo effcctnally re moved wUbont mcdicine. and wiihout "dangtiw Bur^ giral opfriilon«. Itouglci, Instmroenls, ring» or eoMtan poinUnK out a mode of fure at once certain and tflcct-oal, bjf wh'ch every «uffcrf r, no matter Whut hi» condition may be, mnv cure tilroBelf cheaply, privately, aod radically. - CiT ThU lecture will prove a boon to Uiouiands and ihons'>nd!L Bent under seal, to any ad-dress,^ ina plain iealcd envelope, ou receipt of six ccnts, or two postage stamp», by aJdresslntt  CHA 8J.C. KLlNEScCO., 120 Bowery, New York, Poit office Box 4586.  Chapped Hands dc Face, ftoie JLips, 1 hllBlanes^ &c.  HcotMAif & Co'8 Caiipnofi Iob with OtTtntBrtre, cure» chadped bands, &o., immedia ely, and li^l keep ths»kin«oitand8nio«jihin the coldest wfathcr. Sold bj drosglsts. price 25 cents. Bont by ma« for 35 ots. 3mM79. Okobxìm&CO  Chemists and Drupiiiits, N. Y. and made their selections aicórdìDglj."  jSe^  Waking.  I baved(mo at lengtí» with drwniing-«  na«ncefoftB7ohI tBbn Boul of Jialno, JffioiLmnLstJtakeju and|?iTmtIot, _  Waging warfare moet divino. ' Life is stni^lo, cbmbat, victory I \vhefifefo hftvol-duiubcrevl ou, With my forces all uhmarshnlled, With my wcapood all undrawn T  Bad tho angels (>f me kept, Hod I done instead of doubted, ' flad 1 warrfed h^ead of wept 1 But, begone, Regret, Bowailing I  Yo but weaken at the best— I have tried the trusty weapons llusting erst ^tttin my breast, ibnve.wakcncd to my duty-i-; To a strong and deep, That i rccíicd íof bf afofcticíiú,___  For to live i8 something useful,  And I know it not liñefore, AndIdr<»im<Kl notbowstupcndoxa -  Was the secret that I bore— The great, deep, mysterious secret  Of a life to be Wronght out Into warm, heroic action,  Weakened net by fear or donbt. In this subtle sense of being  Newly stirrc4 in every vein, I ean'feol a throb eléctnc— ,  allied to pain, "lis so grea^ "andjeFsb^awfuI-^ ~  So bewildering, yet bravo— To be king iir cveiy oooilicfc  Where beforo I crouc^cd a slave I 'Tis so glorlom to be conscioua _  Of a gjowlng power ;ttithin, Stronger than the rallying forces  Of á changed aud marshalled sin 1 Never in those old romances Felt I half the sense of life, lliat I feei within mo stirring.  Standing in this place of strife. Oh ! those olden days of dalliance. When I wantoned with nnr fate. When Í trifled with a knowledge  Tlint had well nigh ¿orno to late t Yet, my soul, look not bchhtd tbec {  Thou hast work to do üt lost I Let the bmve toil of the Present Over-arch the crumbled Fatt. Build thy great acts hlgb and hi^her-^  Build then on tho conquered'^Bod Where thy weakn«»» first fell bleedhig, And tby first prayer rose to God I  A Tood^g and Trtie Ineident,  BY SATE SAVTEVIUB.  ìht yoang girl ifood hje;  èòter, and that théj^'aiigàt.Itte bé a Bdtacd and . comfort to'eich òtìiiér, «nd^jia-gaod.ia ! tUo yp_ttr brothcr,? aaid  srcmerbbér hira with gratitude.*' ^T^ll him J. r^péel Itlni'j I loire hioi-'» and ho was gone. His absence was'like tho absence'of the enlivonipg jra^a of the 8un in,ah April di^J—But • left a halo of glorj behind hini, that Would Ito to mofty tfho were present ah qrcfr lasting legacy of joy. ,  Icoald not ht'Tp companng tbe .oru* elty of tlio,yotìBìg mail who coald thus wantonly probn stiil deeper, thif i^tind of^ sorrow stricKciTliear^ w/tfiTHe kindness of him,who l)Otind up.'ber wotmd«, and «òotbed tbòni with the oil of love.  One was halrd l«»artcd, wicked^ in' diCTercnt, crucl,and in whatever society he moved, hi« prcscnce would be tike the presence^ of an ecHpso in a Summers day. Tjjo qthcjf^waaco^M^^ ate, tender, kind, affectionate and wherever his ftotstcps wandered,there would emenate from them, rays of liglit and-peaco and joy.— '' J—^ - t And I thought, surely, a compassionate man is the noblest work of Godi With a kind an4 tendtsc heart, he is the pride- of heaveui and the of earth. With an éyé 'of ¿at at another's- sorrow, glistens with gems more lotely? than the c^tliest g^m ó^ Gólconda's mines—^behas a fioiit larger than the realm^ bf space—a compassionato wiiig, more cn'ishanting than Aurora's folds—man «rownfid ' with kindness stands forthw s "  'An imperishable leaf npon the ev cigit^en bay ti^ of  Bhick Crook, WiMt Almond. ^  /Cbat air ^ller ben^a «ei» tín^ againt^. «aid Mrs. Hayeé to her BQn on« moniiog at t^lialifaef.  lier àii/* remarked Timothy, hclpín^jMnñelf to a bage piece of çhecBè," reckorl «"««^"itän  _________,______________________________lfm"  ïong, aa ubo can,"  , do wish. yon ^onid try to bo little more equinomicat of checse, Timo« tby: I've çnt. tho very. last-of my everyday let, and i^s only thç <lwt -of i|ay. And now, as soon as yon've dóno eating, I. want you to break np that ben,,. She's settuig on an old axe and two bricks, now." , .i'Hope she'll batch 'em,'* returned ír.imothy.  Vïf flw was set now, she'd hatch the fonr,geeks in May. It's a bad. sign;  iTpat Dorking. Jöivo^h«Mr%ht bere éirt  Hall's Vegelalile Sicilian Hair  Ur.nci^r has proved itseii to be the most perfect preparation for the hair, ever offered to the public.  It is a vegetable oonjpound, and contains no injurious properties whatever.  It loill restoregraij hair toils original color. ,, ,  It will keep the hair from failinj! out 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 w recommended and used by the first Mediedlautkmtiet. ■ '  izay- A^fik for Ifel^a Vegetable Sicilian Hair Renewer, and take no othar.  B.P. HALL&CO., Nashua, N. II., Proprietors Formiel)y all dfugg^^^^^^ ........-imim—  Oonsumption, Bheumatisin»  Scrofula &>c.  Hbokkas a Co's Okspisk Mkpicinal Con LtVkh Oh, has proved, b> twcnty jear» ♦aperience, «he most vbIu-ablo remedv in use. as wh io Itrurc» the disease, itgive« »treneth aiid Hesh to the putlent W»rrant«l pure (ind midefrom Fresh Livcr^. Bbld by DrosKl«« fleoeraUy.  IIEGEMAN & CO. __Clicm'stJsnd DiUjfgl t», No* York.  As I wag passing along, the Michigan Central Railroad, in 1863,1 noticed, just after t^e 6onduCjtoc passed througl) the car, /a^oung %irI, apparently belonging to the lower ranks of life, weeping bitterly. At the same time, I noticed a young "fop" or making fun of her. —lie- waff dressed -in tbclatest^^ proved style—wore a fine moustache-sported a golden-headed cane—carried a gold watch and chain,with diamonds, and was proaci of soft white baby hands that looked as if they had never done a manly deed.  He would look at the young girl, whose heart was filled with anguish, and then he would draw down the corners of his mouth, rub his eyes, pretend to bo crying, and then he would look opposite to where he was sitting to another specimen of the "dandy tribe," and they would both indulge in a hearty laugh.  In front of the fellow, was an aged man, with a gentle and benevolent exr pression upon his features, tclling^that he had battled well with the ills of life, and had drawn rich draughts from that fountain, that is an everlasting fountain of love.  He was dressed in a plain suit, without an ornament of any kind His hands were ungloved, and were dark an^d hardr plainly Bhowing^bttt'ia the great drama of human life,ho had acted well his part.  When he noticed the anguish of the yoiing girl, he went to her, inquiring -the cause of her grief, and if be could be of any service to her in any way.  foaàiiiHttioa of Attértay^  - J3ib foUowjng racy examjnarfio^qf a candidata for admissio^to the' bar, is deci^edly a gpod h^ v ~ " ~ The fijtamination^ ^ e^^ "Do you smóie, sir ?" "I do j^ir:'' s i; ' ' .  "Have you a spare. cigar ?" J'^es, sir/' (extendirig a short fix.) "Now.'sir, what is the first dutyipfa làwyer?" -  "Ta collect feea," "Ri^t, what is the eccond ?"  A NÌìli CI;  You can-find as jn.ud},..if-not more, than yoir ever conht before;—----------  COOK Sl FORSVTH,  Are, npw prepíwed to Manufacture i Cabinet "War^JKftlt; its Branches, and to sell at •  ^HOLiESALG AND «etAII..  Tboy also keep constantly ou hand  Iibol;iiig Glasses,  OVAL PICTÜKB FRAMES & MOLDINGS, Which they can supply to their cus-- toBáeraataAlQW^^  ut any other Cistablisbment. J We invito thè people of Angelica and vicinity, to give us a^sallfand ^e Oír, themselves, before purcbaaing ';«íli6where;^ !Í Í ? ^  i S rfp® !^""»^® supplied  with Ohairs^.feedstead«. and all other ; ;Cá1>ín6t WáVé,Jh thè white or finished, on liberal terms.  : OvW.GQOK, • ;'r ' ' A'.-F0RSYf-K, - - ^  tlfb^ street, o®» door west of the Bathbum Sotel.  1423 Angelica, y. Y;  0!P<5ane»dea, wótóíteipectfally annoaaM to the afflicted relative» of deec«M4 mI* diew. tliat fce tea ttiillf áatoprisaá Ay^at lar AUcMDiand adlQÍOing<;ooDtfes,to mo-' ^mV^tím tíiJSmi»^ £«ldlert. AIm Tir ftiy f^  CotigSi  no More!  DR. STRICKLAND'S  HELIiIFLÜOÜá  -  C0ugh. Balsam  ______Is wanWntcd to bo the only prcpa-  muuukiioTmtocnro cotiglift. colds, bo®"®"^«"' ma. whooping cough, chronic coughs, consumption, bronchitis and croup. Bcinft  and parUcularly suitalilo Ibr  Throit and Lungs. For sale by DmggiaU every  where.  Cwre for Piles.  DR. STRICKUND'S  Pile Remedy  _ Haa' cured thonsanda oí the worst  me; of blind piles. It ßivw immediate relief, and ^^t.nftrinriient curo. Try it directly. It la war-For salo by áU DmggUts at 60 ccaU  ranted to cure perbottlo.  DYSPEPSIAa  jDR; STBlCItl^AXD'aJKUilCL it A concentrated preparation of roots and herbs, with antladds and carrain^ Uvea to strengthen the sto*mach and __nervous system. It U a certain remedy for dyspepsia or iudigesUon. nervousness, loss of appetite. aciiUty^ '^^P^iiv^^i^Sifi ^ted  Bûcaolfc sñieiun's Tonic!  lanlT'Cfl-ly  sïtïTSrOIiVÂBr  imonoa wt oonoMUoanr. .  She inrormed him in plain, sim terms,that her brother had been wound ed, tho third of July, in the battle of Gettysburg—that ho Jbai ._jbMîen in a hospital three months in Philadelphia— that he had recovered so as to receive a fnrlongh'hfmeibut-the journey was^ too: much for his feeble heaith,and wounds; and he had l»een taken dangerously ill in Kalamazoo City. She was going to see him,had lost her port-monnaie, and the Conductor had told her she mnst get off from tho train at the next station.  "Oh, my brother,'^ she 8ob^d, **when theTcountry called for his defense, I willingly gave him up, but ho is all the earthly friend I have, and I may never see him again/'  The lips of the old man trembled with emotion, as he replied. "You shall see him again." His eyes fillec with tears, which grew larger an«!  cheeks, as he gaVe her money. "Take this, it justly belongs to you, for the sacrifice yo«. have made in behalf our country—it jukly^^beîonga to ^r bcolbe^Jorbaving^ndangered Ma life in my defeoie. At that mow^nt, the shHU wbiitb of  "When does youp position towards your client change ?»  "When making but a bill of cost." "Explain."  "We then occupy the antâgonwtîc position—I assnmethe plaintilf, anii he becomes defendant," * ' ' ' "A suit decidecl, how dp you stand with the lawer conducting the other bill F ■ ■■ V "Cheekby jowl.'» - : ' "Enough sir; yon promise to become an ornament to tho profession, ; and I .wish ybn success. Now are you aware of the duty you owe me ?" "Pertëctîy/' ' ,, ^  "Describe it," . -^^tis to invite yon fo drink." "But suppbse I decUMî"  (Candidate ' scratching hië head.) "There no instance of the kind na record in books. I cannPt aiiawer thé questiPn " ,,  "You are right ; and, the cohiîdencé with which you make the Mseirtiob, shows that you, have iread tlié law at-tohtively. IiSat us taka a drink; and I will sigh your certificabè/* ^  ]Ieaimrei,not]lnifj  Home-made Measures may be made very cheaply of boai^s. .  3 Bushels. A box twenty-four by sir teen inches deep, will contain a barrel three bushels.) c . , " 1 Bnshel. A box twcnty-fonr by^im; tceri inches square, and eight Inches deep.  luahel. A box i and a half inches scfaare, and eight inches deep. '  1 Peck. A box eight by eight and a  something allers happens ailertl. stop giggling^ tíelen Maria, by the time you git-to.bo as old as yce roa, ye^U' see further than yo do now. Théttr was Jonninigs' fotks, Utcir jrrey top knot hatched the last week in May/ and, Miss ^enkins^ ohe had tho con-jañctíon on tho lungs, and would have died, if they hadn't killed a lamb and wrapped her up iii the hide while it was warm. That was all that saved  heiv'r ^—' —  With such a startling proof pf the omen before, Timothy finished his breaUast in haste and departed to the barnrfrom which he—soon returned bearing tho squalling biddy by the legs.  "What ffhall I do with her, mother? She'll get on again, and éhe's cross as bedlam—she ekinii|Cd my hands;' iind would lie thè death of me if she ponld get loose.'' »  "I've heer'n it said that it was a good plan to through them cm'np in the air," said Mrs Hayes. "Aunt Pfggy broke one of setting onty three times trying. Spose'n yotí try it."*  "tip she goes,, head or tail?" cried lini, as he tpslcll the feathe^ tolcanó  skywards. .....;; : , : .  "tahd-a-massy," exclaimed ^rs. H., "she's cotting down into thr pan of bread that I set out on the great rock tp risei There—I knowed it ! Tim, 'tis strange that yon can^t do' nothing without overdoing it." . .  - ''Down with the trai^ sti^ stíng ont Tim elevating biddy ^ Wiih^ somtH^^ less than a pint batter hanging to her feet. - -"Gpod gracioiis mo Í wnss and wuss,' cried Mrs. Hayes, Tim agreed with her; for the hen had comò down on the wcli polished tilo of fisquiiro Bennett, who hapenicd to be passing, and the dignified old gentleman was the father of Cynthia Bennett, tho yonng Udy with whom Tim Was seriously enam-  —r:  , *|9eèiiTf mft ttealf who are yo« talk-ìtì$ to, Uta. Waat err laid ICn. BayM,  'TmUlkingtoyoo, m»4am, tbat'a who r am' talking tof YouVe itola iny hen that X got aver to ïïncfe Giltea* and ^jd for in ftaiaeogan« Sbe'a  or I'll use fort» ^  "She's my l»èny%i<! torich her if yon dareP* .  *'IH ihow yoff what I dare," yelled  seising the ili-stari'cd fowl l>y' the tail, she ^ave a wrench, and the tail. fiama ont mherhand. «  The sudden cessation of resistiince npsiit Mrs. Weaver's balance and she fell backward intn the'brook, splattering the mud and astonished polly wogs in every direction. - •  IShP was a «pry iromin, and  m Alarma and tkîofgtt  im  icon on her fbet again ready to renew theassault.  ^ "Give me my henrshe cried thrnit* mtt kit fist into Mrs. Bayes' face, "you óld hag and hypocrite youF and ana ma^o a second dive ai the bird.  The ben now thoiight it propei fa show her colors; and uttering an nn-earthly yell, she flew out of the covert, square into the face of Mrs. Weaver, «rnich sho-^aked jdown with, ber nail«; nntil it Tcsembled thè pages of a ledger, crossed and rceroésed with fed ink.  Mra^Hayes-caught a stick of ^^^ush' wood from the fence—Mrs. Weaver did the same, and a regular dttel would probably have been fought if the bank ofthe oreek had not suddenly gavi^ way,and pre^tated both tbo Indig-nant WP^nintn! the water.  Tiiey^^ scrambled ont on opposite sidés, and tbei hen aat perched in an apple tree and cackled in triumph.  Thè ladies shook tliemaclvea and by mutuai consent went home. They have not spoken sinct.  The hen disappeared, and was not seen until three weeks afterwai'ds, when she inade her appearance with élèveh^ hièe y^ chickens. She found some other fowl'* ncsti and had aetin spite of fate.  Bnt aHhoilfgh hot "broken np^ ber-•elf^ she inx^ke np two natcbek-i>-for Cynthia Bennett ^as not "at hoWthe next time Timotby èalled, and Mr. aenshaw- nWcr fòrgaTe^-H^ for lavingJttch Atempjitii ......  The TnedawB'i Ihinaa ML  There was in Con^resa a bill for more efficient organization of it All men's beafit hate l^n lo^ay excited Wthe tidings that the Freedmen's ■ fareau bill Jias been vetoed by the ^resident. (Hisses,) I am sorry that ifLieltit his dut^^ veto, and I am  The squire looked, daggers brushed off the dough with his hankerchief and 8tr<^e on in silence. ; :"  Yes, but it's goin^ up again/'-^cried Tim. spitefully, seizing the clucking biped and, tossing her at random into the air. Biidy Uiou^ht it abont time to manifest her individuality, aiad with a lond scream she darted against tho parlor Window, broTco thrPugh, knocked down the canary cage and ? landed plump in tbe silken lap of Mrs. Gray, who was boarding at the farm ■ house.  Mrs. Grey screamed with horror,and started up, dislodged bidd^, who flew at her reflection in the looking glass witii an; anjjry hiss. The glass was shattered and down came tho hen, as tonished beyond measure, against a vase ofiflowers, which upset, and in falling knocked over the stand dish and deluged with ink and water a pair of drab colored velvet slipijcre, which Helen Maria was embroidering for her lover, Mr. James Henshaw. •  Ilelen entered the room jost m the mischief had been done, and viewing tlwa rain she pnce laid it to her brother Timothy. She heard his stiep behind her^ and seizing tho unfortunate hen, i^fluffgteilf fnlHn^^  There was a smothered oath, and the hen came back with the force of twelve pouiid shot  V Helen wa« mad. Her eyes jweire nearly put out with the fettieir^ ddst and^oUghjtand abo at Ti with true feoiinino zeal. She broke his watch-guard into a dozen pieces crushed hirdicky, and t)egttn  fourth inolies square, aod eight inches  deep. _________ ; I  1 gallon. A box eight by eight inches squaip^and-four-anionetejgbthjn!^^  deep. .  J gallon. Abox seven byeitjht inches square, and four and one-eight inches deep.  1 quart A box'four inchoa square, and four and one-fourth inches dee|i.  Remedy fob Cektapì Fobms Qf Netoalgia.—An Italian physician has recmitly^iscovered-a i^mw^for tain forms of neuralgia. Attribulng the obstinacy of the disease' (trifapial neuralgia) tó-the tariatfona of temperature so frequent iii Sicily, he adppted the expedient of covering all tte painful parta with a coating of collodion, containing a cert»n projkjrliah of njr-drochlofate of morphine. Thia treatment was perfectly successful ; the relief was instantaóou» and i^jrmanent, and thè eoatrhg féE oCT iu the courK of one or two days*  W p^u  his whiskers, out by the roots, when sbpiiiddlnly remembered that "nmothy had hp whiskew to pull otit the  Toots..'.......f, '^;. ^ ■ .  And when she iiame ife look' «osic! she prcc^ived ttiat t^min she had ieariy-aunlbilated^M-^w>t7;:Ti^ but (James Henshaw. :  Poor Helen burst into teara and flc< to her chamber, the nsaal refug* for heroines; and James, after washing his face; at the kit chen sink, «rent hpmc aternly resolved never to marry a woinan with aiich a tehaper, ?s Helen Hayes Wd.  The ,hen,v meanwhile, who is pur fjeorinei retorne4 to the -barn ahd eft tablished hbrself on the ruins of her neat, aullcnly determined to set if the heavens fell. ^ Y  Mrs. Ifayes acion discovered her^ and having heard that dipping In water womd cure "bropdiness," she set forth for the brook with the torn in her apron. Mrs. Weaver, an old lady pf very  reside(  Bovny ti^WiKeWTwM'w dmm^~ViSi hetoaa ciiliged (afeel it io be hi» duiy to veto it. But mark ! this is not vetoing the bureau, but only a particular form of bureau- that the. bill, contained,It does not cpmiait the President against any proper department administering for the blacks throughout tho Sonth. We know, on the pther hand, thai lie Is in favor of snch a bureau, t confeii that, reading his meiw^, it has left jrPfound impreisipn upon my mind the he urges most serious and. weighty reasons why, in the form in which |t went before him, it should not at present become the law of the land. But I am sure that morcr* In favor of efficient legislation for the black man than President Johnson himself, (Lond and continued applause, and a few liisses.) They are to be protected, but they are not to be protected at the ex Msnse of the Conistitution, but by its integrity. No grade in the United States is more in need of having that immortal instrument matntaiaed that the recently enslaved but now emanci pated blackman.There are men who speak only of the freedmauy who are wprked by their sympathy and by tlieir  save thè freedmen, it may be the expensa pf those laws and thPse instruments in which bit very safety resilles, and if they are carried jpast the point of moderation, Uis weU^batthey-should^ be. b^ intwenty pay» «talli vg^f to reconsideration. These righta aie '  ta be secured, thirdly, by tho great aws.of Mlf-interest, and I Pùnfeu that  iftAiy't^Éiiiiìit' mrnfu^itìigm'  mÊm^h  I wmm-w-rn^^^ Om im im  Mkefi^^JF^l bliagrontliki^  IetfD;anthëi«9t»:tli fonnti their ictfoM-iMi bat then it awA«  Sonth Caròla ad» not admitted,! beeanee I think <?eot|;iawillddb«ilti that yo« wiR déhMl nihuV A little this point wottH be Butitiseaid, w«  omtttiwc tiavB  to the freedme«, to slâihsj, lo tbe^y* mmi ni the «ationai ||#ecwe«toa and rebellion, Well; fg^gg «eceeaiod  mucTprobabilky tE^BRkHrtT^ again go nwnf d» iitm itßkäMf "Mm to the fM«en,ie noil a^^barantee ím ^^hMj natural law of U^Jàt  indiÄtryoftheawÄJlJ  airteeT .Aa ^toltlw ] guarantcetoi^ that Îê ntettHit of an the t are involved 10 tU i natioiialJ»ml&,. autie« on «veijr pt^ fm'i duct of the Sovtíi.  Betddea, it lê.^tliémi^fbêt wa ehoQld eetablirih local ai^Tielfgom' mmt all throvgli thè liii^J W H tò be4itegetoaa to: bin», «over aetf teralijced. I thfaik tht MgE axtraordi^ nary thing of theiiriiiiif lÜ ta thia— Oungree« patting él^j^MIÍ additional pQwer fitto the fVeiilM?» hai|^. making him atroférUiijil m u owned monarch th?8 tide oT'lMii and the President laying, »Hol èMot rilV my consent to a bOI \ULjmm i ne ao strong." What if we had M the Prea-idënt that aat thair« WeWLiwi âarte<^ yneoln f WdttM IwlieiPlgroled it be-{»»ee iheiflf;  if we had tha Freaideal Mp« hiaÉT-^ would be llave tali» HHilièOMitT Be may be «ietalMMi tohMÉ%iaee«,-1wt I am «vekUy aiialite^lKmy j«dr' ^'inent bf wil^ jfadV ^itolant awl i'beatdaye iîf„tà*„i|iéiittr, fheM "haa  "honeat.'^teere ilimli itáémí tini who, 'withoatbiaa of paèlg^ W withoai "biaaof a»jUòd»h|IÌ:t4ÌIÌ»Toced to "Jo that whieh h* « 'the beat int¿K«ite?^ 'fthe whole oo«^ tinned aj^ataej «1' hisiea.] IhaldtiMt eign, howa»er;:if lia.^|ii  ovt criticia»^ or review. It iadi manwhoiiiiotaiMiiaM»" meat of the whale ooontì^aod mik dent Johnson  and ntoee, becaaee ha ie*iì| è {daœ of moroimponiinOI» t^lMir«lhcr, «M "while yon nae yMr^cill»«'« Ifbvd^r "of speech and jodii^^ile not Ibrfet that yon httìft m ñ^ym^iuM and an houMt mvi in the cbàlTiil' the chief . »agis^to CapriwÄ^ thiak there out to be grèat feaTo^^ of acseoiM»» lating powwaitlw»!^.  Tua Uri íwDjíKiiaM^et Ptnoiieii---« Tb« Philadelphia^ M^m marka thai a year ago alE thMWd^doUaiawa* tbe ootsid«priee:i«léiikittg apetnh leum well, and from tht«ir|P fbortlwa* sand abont'tbe ;ar«nit«. ITowitie ten tbontand, Ayeal^ a^4he workh^f expeuie of a well wat ten doUai« per day—now it Ja ftiv«ity. The« oil brought ten >dottal»44 , »he ftvof with one dettar fwMee. Tbere-aalt wêê, that «ttijF wiltwûd«oi«y two barrelt and more |«r di|| waa worth working. Kow^ M thatanleeiit  générons sentiments so as not well to prodnoet ten 'baitwll^dllidlyp^ to insider thatwiaiathey are legislaiiog. leepjt  " " • • ^thaieeitia toidly wacfk anythii« at  leia than' twenty  one in ^ftf <i£lh«e«i#«RÍá4»odoee hveii' ty barrali; hatdly thil;Mpertio» doqe ten' even. Alwil'i'ilbal« «otmm  Héwtt  I look chiefly to ihe great natond lawa of Gc^ in human affanre-not that there is no work for Mslatio^ no wnvli ftr volnhtaiy Chriitlui idiarity «od «nmif* i^~n^,i»it that aa inanit made theee  mand that worka nncoiiclont1y,~ inake mpn wpA wiiling^^^ that teaebee themjuttiPe tiiiroagh thep^al of eel-fishness, ^eao lawa are likely'to eeoN poee the beit basis between the late mastk and late slave. Bat tbe^riglita df the tre^mea could not be better ae* cdredthan by the cbnteMtment and proa-perity otihe Sonthern State«. ^ Itis posaiMe-that the Uadt contd falOol^i^ from lha litiltoctliili of their late maater. I have that given my viewa sneeinet^,. and ihey relate to the hlacka. 1 have epoke« «a aprivito 6itixen, aa neither Oimmt vaUve nor Badkial: Let me mi* co»-aider the (pieatkMi of the Stalee aad the condition of the Sonth. t hold that the ^uthern Statea oa^^t .to be reinstated as aoon aa poeaible oonii»^  DC»» «lìdia «CiiMtíflíO  Ai an  liiliaiaMdii  KWBpéMT  odiane  Ml Col«  that «bîiïif^h, takeabyoMm ^^^  îîryssis^ski^  «aliad '  m  quarrelsome temper ment, who resided reinstated as ac near and-'wha waaMawoïd'a-paint withlttsniUyr jaJIF*^/,,:^*®  ' Taos TO Sow Gbass Siioa OK Lawvs, ---Thîë ÎS thé ieaaèin to sow grass seeds oti old kwnsl Use of bilie grass oáe Ij^l, fed tòp lÂlf'a hnsl^ ç^er one ponnd, p^r actfti - Sowwben  ___________, , ^ thei« ia little or no win4, and the first  the engme wae Beard, and the ^r«rm day when the top of Uie m^lM  aay-J^U.Jtt^ iachjj eänatthi« ttato.** Hetendetìy badelgroMd thlwly.irWIi^  Mrs. Hayes, waa>at coming to the brook for a pail of water, and «pied the yellow head of the bird peeping out from Mrs. Hayes* aprOn.  , "Tberel" she exclaimed, "now Pve found out wb«kt pwEzled roe to death nigb abont a week. Pve found out  delay is noceasary. but it I« MnwÇ nevcrtheleat. Qaiekaeaa ia a tììbf ta be deairéd, and dcky a «da» to W deprc-cated. It niay not be fight to do it to4ayi it may not b« bc«i to do it toHUorrow.ortoénest week^ iMit Übe obligation, the neoetiily to delwr Ja  .rbeie that yeller pallet haa gone to, intttp iivtinevil. t hold that H MrtrHayci,I allere knowed you^waa betleivit^««««Llfidb_ll» AM ito  a -wickêd, deeat^al woman, , but I ---  did'atthiokyiw'diteai»^----- -fàSbawiûtiou^ùt  u  . ' 't^Jr.^ f-aásiíífiríjaa  í-.iUfRñai ofìamÉSÙ i' ì ' 03   

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