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   Angelica Reporter (Newspaper) - April 17, 1866, Angelica, New York                                 ttiitttss FIRE INSURANCE.  :'  '' (ASOWJCA.K.T.)  ANGKL & GREEN, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS  AT LAW,  Angelica, Allegan y Co:, N. Y. Will «ttend to alf "busldcps entritfttcd to their  »l»rg«rwUb pfom^ttcss and dkpMch.-  .r : lA-AVftEL.  Oflloe—Comer of Mala ani Center Siri'nt.  üQRNELLSVÍLLlá AGENCY.  iÈtna Insurance Company,  tiÄh'TFünD. coxyEcmwT. incorporated im-Çajiifal $3,250,000.  HARTFORD INßijllASCF. COMPANY  tNCORPORATED IblO—CAt  PnŒiilX ISnîRASCECOMVAS r, liartford ConnccUcut. tN'conpoRATEö 1845--CAPITAL |60l),000  CITTFIRE I^'Sü^lAXCE COMPAUT,. Capitili $250,000.  piìmxtTt!fsmAmh<m^i  H« Egsleston.  Wfttob Mftker aod Jqwicler. and dealer___  la all biodsof Clocks. WateheB, and Jewuii y Repftlring done oa sliort uotico and rea-■oskble termfi. AngeltcarFebTlJinsr.'f:- 13B.'itr  ANQELICA INSURANCE OFFICE Arotio Xnauranoe Co.  -eâPlTAlr-r' ---------------------<5üQ40a  ▲S^OTS • . - . - tüftO.OüO  R. LLOYD, AGENT. Antica/ ApHll^ 18G5;  Dr.C.P Carver.  _____ bP.NTIST  »«nM rwîos oter the ^toto ot 8. Ìt. Bennett k taSmltol^Ti«' Bloçif. AngeUc». tOT 1 hav. pftrtaer.  , capital Si.OOl/.OOO.  KOnm AìÌF.niCAy ISSURASCEé):. Uartiord, Coiinci'ticut—CnpJtol $30r,000.  METRIPOLITAN INSURANCE CO.  ____________________ --JííiMLÍork^ly.^__________L..  CAPiTAr,-I,OQO.OOO. Inporance cati bo effi'ctecl witb_lle aub-e tilberin the above old eMabliBlu'd Stock <'t mpanlcR. on Dwellings, Stores, ChurcheB.  iTJ^ctoTiePr Perstmal-Hropcrtyj^c.r oil lermi  •pfayornbleftB olber reiponsüblrlnBliwütlonp. A «y communlcationB addreFoed to jim at ri xineUfsvllle will me«'t «Uh promi t attention! MILLKR, Ageni. March 8. IRßS—pdly ._;  I Co. have no 1343 :tf  F E N S * ^ ^ '  BOüNTItö, and Bac'c i'ny. prwured by the Mbsctiber.  K. LLOYD. Claim Affcnt. AttRélIça.N. Y »^»It'  Amos R. Smith,  F Ciuiead«'«, would rcppectfully annonnce to »h(! ufllicU'ii ti-lalivct« of ilvci^nsed Pol dierp. thiit ho Is a leiralty anfiorized Apeni lor Allfjiany and adjoining OmnUes, to pro-cor" BoiiiViiir« of iiocvascii Solniof». Alio Tor the collection of Hack I'liy and PenaioiiB. l)At«d. CaM-ivlea. March 29.18(i5.  DÄ. H. B. GOHTPN.  Frlendsliip. N. Y.  P. M. FISH,  »LA^OlfeSMITJEI,  Coroerof Mttln and Glean street. « PI'O-^^ Bite Itathbnn'B Hotel wh.-re i ll kiudf fi of Blacksmithlng will be done on the ^ ¿f •hortest notice, and most ruasonablo tiT.nf«~ ^nd Börse aud Ox Shoeing in a^euperioi  manner. ^ „ .  ALSO, Manufacturer of Currmgef». Bungles. WttgonP, &c.; and repairiuii d-ne on «hört notioe—ono doiW Roult-oMLc-Black ■mith Öliop, on Ol au ¡«treot. Angelica. N Y. __  3 A X T E R'S  • FRIENDSEIP. N. ]  (Establishwl in 1803.) ItadenU gradnated in vocal and instrumental ma .le.»admu.l«a composition. ^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^  -Principal and-Pr«pri=t"r  >Send for« circular  1400 :tf  FüRIMTURJíü  EW -OaV GOubS at  jUPi arrived LOOKHAHT ft  BUSINESS COLLEGE  And Telegraph Institute I  InterMt^ Speoeh frou th* IpMlnr.  Speaker Cotfax was «erenadcd at hirt residence by citize.riK fr.'in Indiana. Mr. Colfax in acknowledging tlie cum-plitnont, said: •  "I have TJO doubt that vou like, myself, rejoice with exceeding great joy mid are prouder to-day of being citizen« of this great country than ev-  land of ours,wlieii Slavery was regarded as the corner-stunif of Anieric«n in-HtitutioiTB. Tnaiik Gud ! that tiine has pa»Hed. and we build, henceforth, on a fouiidation of Liberty. To-day, tand»;r the li'gislation (»f the Atnerican Con-giesa in the p^reat Republic shaped by tile geography-of a continent, and waslud IVy-ttie-^^^^^  oceanii of tiie g1t^)e, there ismV perstiu Ich or pnf vr; high or huiiibl»»; tearm;d ur tnik'nriu d-~^wlio doe« not live in He-curity under Iho protection of equal law«. I ani prouder ttHiay, nl«o, of tiie groat Uniiui organization of which rhave been a inetober. than e^-r^be-fore. Its history is nobly written iii tliR hiiittiry of our country. Adtninia-trationo and CungreHs^and parties may pass away, but the record which the great piiriylias made, will Rlmie wit!» brighter glory on our <;ountry'rt pages than any other in the annals of cur history. When this great rebellion broke oui, and when our Ship^jf Statb rocked in a fearful storm, and .was threatened by a terrible mutiny,the Un-i<m orgauiz-itioti, stood unflinchingly by our noble President, martyred Lincviln, in his di'terminati(tn to crush the censpiracy and preserved the (^ov ernnient in(act;aiid when it prophesied to IIS by false togiii*, .Hiid at the Katn.e time Rlmutud '^No coercion ! that"thc li'bellion could not be subjugated," the Union loving Mopleof the country,  had killed the Union'» drfcndert and aoaght to capture tbit CApltAl, would, wTih tlic (UMoiranx« of old tlme^ demtnd that they «liould covctn tho country which they Und inefoctually attempt to ruin. That test-oath was placed there a« tlio ilAtnlig Hwor^ ot the Oarden of  Tiitt unwclciunt) but not «ncxnected • What^vv«'y/ii) ¿o, du ít vMî  Hfíru!»^ ««4- iti ib.» l 'Ifci^^i^lf tili'  • i- r.' i. .'É^ í * Ï  intelligence comes to us »h.it chúlei'í* |«lighted, UtMi-eií ^îri «ppaivutîy i»!»^^ -  hn«ie:ie)K!d our sliouìs. Tho steuoi-, i(ujM,rtunt, hîudé to laibituriì jii^'K-cí/^ V. > .  ship England has arrived ut Halit'ax; that locn »le;;;«-»^:*"'»'**»t'y  with a hundred and bixty c^M•^ oit t-bad wuhmen. , ' i. .-í.-c .Iim^vÛ íím? ^  Iteh&vior, tht;re was no place in thofte prc-4?lnfita.(or- lbcfli..-iL'heew,3 Agi>in thejpoHcy- «f ree^figtEaetiua Wi^ ,lii<lie.ktvd by Congiced la tho Winter of l«?*, when It ponscd, iicirly unitnlmouitly, and withont tho ycna nnd nays, a joint resolntloni that tho Vlcc-Fn.\tid.'nt in coutjting tho PKHidcntial vote Bhould not coiait the elcctonil votes of any Stivtu that had been cngagctl in flio Ilibelllon. That was intended to proclaim that uiltnCungic«s removed thHr disqualifications by lawt«, rc'iioung tlicm  This IR the in6stt<raci{rat and tb^rotigü Cotnmerciid CoUegc lu tho siatca. Ithaa l>uen «stabllshed twelve jeara, aud baa secured an liuparHUelod reputation lor piacucal aud^^oroUKh insiruction.  PLN.11AK8HII'.  We can safely eay. that no insUtnUon In the world tia.<) pruduccd mere first claaa pennten than the Buf. iilo College.  BODK-KEBPIKG.  Every variety of Single and Doutle Entry la taught, fro u tbo most simple to the most cumphc« ed. The School ia ^'raded; cónslating uf Primary, i heoreticul and Practical Department». The Practical department ia t.ie most perfect byatem to be found In the world.  MATHEMATICS.  Thoroufrh inatrnction is given in Commercial Arithmetic, aud tho higher matbematic», when desired.  CO ..MERCIAL LAW.  PuplU become faraillar with tho Law cf Partner-ahlpr Agency,  TíjLEGRAPUlNG.  Tbisd-partmcntlBllilittednp in tlie most complete Htyle, aud is lu every respifct equal, if uut superior,to any lustitutc i > the Ui ited Siatea.  S<íllOLAll'»HlPS»  Scholarship i»8ue<l in ibis rollrne will bo good for any leiiRth ot fjiuc la FucttreiiUit CoUcgte. CQHipri»-iug the Chain, i'-'t further i.ifonnitiun addre^is  PIlYAXT J: STBATTON, BuflBiIo/X. Y.  April. 1118()r,:yl. .  Eden, to warn Buch tneii that till there were ! l.oard, fifty deaths having uccntK-d on j fruit« meet for retient.\nce, or bonds for future tho pasnagt». The vi s-íel w.«s drtJiined i  WHOLES .V LE A.ND KET\IL  BY  COOK St. FORSYTH  IN'  ANGELICA:  ill  OPEVERY DESCRIP riON and STYLE. Both Home-Blade and "Ihughten,"  Which will be sold > > CSieaper than «t nny other Establishment in the StatR. In addition to our ,  Gomplete^i^  OF  CABINET-WARE  Wo have on hand a Splendid stock. _  —IH) o k i n g Glasses.—  A^EWS^ W tE©  NOW KEi^DYI . J. T. II E A D L E Y' S  „ __ jji^iQry of T^ "TFar,  COMPLBTE Is TWO VOLUMES. ALSO ISSUED cmnp4ete in one volume. LVmprit-ing over 12 0 Koyal Octavo Pugcs, auil 7U One Su'el Engraviiigt«. The best, che^poHt, most ínt.TcstiUí!. popular dnd ah ■ uable History of the «.-iHlii -n published, wbicbi» láilly ult-Kted l)y tbe tuonuciUH «ale it has reached, and is now sell"ng with iiu!ri a«iug rapidity •  OUR AGENTS SAY 11 IS THE BEST noÚK THEY-EVEH mLO.  So!d only by Sub=tciipii<>n. Excbislve territory P'veii. Sclionl TeacberK, Farmcrn, OllK-crs and Sol-dicriiV.ho have rt luriied fmmthe war, anda-e Beck-log proiitable employment please Fi-nd fur our circular giving full pirticiila h. AddrpsH  AMEU AN PUDLISHISOC »MPASV. X48 Afyliun Street, Hartford, Conn ScBASio« i BuiUi, Agents  April 11. 1853:ml.  Couglt  no More !  DR. STRICKUND'S  MELLIFLUOUS  Cough Balsam  Is warranted to be the only preparation known tticiire coughs, colds, hoaraeiiess, asthma, whooping cough. chronic.coughs, consumption, brouchitiB aii'l crtmp. Bt-ina p epared from honey aiid berl)s it tH healing, softeidnff and exp<!otor4.Ung, aim parttcnhniy "imttab^ fer  Throat aud ^ungs. For sale by DniggisU avery-  fvhjre.  forming into a miglity phalanx, detern^-infd that it should be. When your arhiiea needed re-enfi>i cement they took voluntary^upon themselves the' odium of conscription laws and drafts, bepiiuse they were necessary for the c'»uiitry. \Vhen the Treasury needed to be filled thfy took upon themselves the responsibility and odium of tax' laws that our fl ig might be kept fly iiiK- in the field They did this relying upon the justice of their cause, and went bi'fore the people and triumphed. Tiie enactments of that great party are tmpHrishable. In 1862 the capital was disgrraceil by Slavery, but they determined that henccfoith it should be free, and with unwavering fidelity to nrin-ciplo thoy plact'jl upon the statute book that law which never can be and nev-  tal tiieie sliould be no slave. In .1963 onr ni)lthi and gre:«,t;:hearted President issued his prochimatiori i»f emancipation, striking with tlie battle nx of the Union that powerful »'lenient of Rebel v^trenglh^ and the Union party Htood i)y him determined to give tliat proclamation vitality, as it had an indorse ment of the peoplo in the Winter of 1864 and 1865. When the Constitu-tii>Tial—AmenThnent—wa«—pmposed-tnr Cingresri, banishing Slavery forever fidin the coniitry as an unclean thing and declaring that hencef irth and for-HV4.1F it-"ihoiild the. hmmi of ihi^&ec, that great organization again and nnittidlv rallied to its support, and pl.'ici'd that aniendinerit on the statute hook. It is now the supreme law of t4\e land. Again, in this great year 1866. in tlie Senate Chamber and in tite Representative Hall, they have placed by ove(pv'helming majorities that Civil Rigtils bill on your statute hook, which declare every one born on .\inericaii soil siiall have a birthright as an American citizen. Thallaw.misrepre ¡rented as it has been idi it^ oppoiient.-i ill Congress, will never be repealed,and in the years that ate to c^me it will be the proudest recoirectioja and the crowning honor of those men ' who »too'B^up in the national councils-that (hey gave to the Ameriean magna char-ta their cor<lial support. Aud why Khi)iil(l there be objectiuiis to a law like ]1rat ? Evvh'vniie" born OTTthenBOTHrf  to their ri;iht!«, they bIiouUI Htand back. C^oHgreaa has. ttwr^ifure, by tliese two BtrlUlnjj eu'ujtment«, indiotteil iU polity of rccon.<jtr«c-tion. But the CunstUtUlon h iH a «till plniner langutige declaHiig where the responsibility of reconstrHctioti ^ould rest.. It has declared thatcvcfj^tateiihalt be guaranteed a repnb-iican fortn of Ooveratiient, and in sub-Hcquent section it declares that Congress eimll li^vu power to make all laws neceeaary and proper .4o-carty.iQta.eaecutUm-4Ulth<>-;i«)w«tg---w8ted in it or in any department or oiQcpr of the dovemment. This wua intended to declare that Congre» iii the only law-making j>pwer of thin land, anil by tho, Qptistitution to Con-greso; aud Congress tilone, all must_Jook for Itj^tli^ recoMtrtctionT^Cheei^^ dent of the United SbiteSr in his proelamatioD last May, appointed Provisional Govemora, declared Uut the Statea which had l)een in UttbeUioQ were without civil, OovenSment. 'IMt was a fact, as palpable (ts the stars when they 8h<me In the heavens. My regret is. f"'  JjuuKtspetkiranyy^^^^^ at lliattiimi called togetUer. I believe, It would liavc hastened the work of reconstruction, Ibellevothat  at the lower tjuarantine, and will doul»t k»» be. s«bjojcU)j.lvAvith. ita pasííengei s, to rigorou.i (|uarau{in(} may b«) that, as in the ctu those nieaHUte.s will pit; of the deslroyoiv But the year is more invitin the choL'ra is not oonvi  iea from this vessel, there is little htypej utuve his pictí'Míl t>:iiMtiuit that its tipeody visiation can W, < ih smuU things to p;»si.H 1a verted.  ftn-eman in our heaúdíf, rix;:'i.tl\, ^ .i.. ^tM  he »nent that it was a pi.icc of \v »rh, ^^^ ^.jj ., ^^ tìii^^t^jìA-  " i- HttiV.^Ti'.ii^l-rSiiiiiUlÂii-  - -I _  -y of  |it:vi<»ll<i(t «M  thèroib likewîiie no-reason for tiuduf» ulann. Without entering into disput*  r who neglicts, tt.ehMîhMi : ^ ^^^^^^^ „tthr-AuW-liivuiiift ii  or  iá nui. a dollar; -  tSttiit.' OÎ" tho wiseat lakv.* tii:.kers.  Vk UV K'ts-iy, U»!^ •«»> »,«1 'iHMñ ti'a  est of death {rom the lieUfs of.lmpurj ty. Remove the coridititms, and, if its visitation he not aUogethei'-prevented, it will be made comparatively harm leas. - Scrupulotisxleanlineaa^otpetaoiL and of surroundings^ purity of air, ab; stinencefrom excesses of all kind; are an almost certain protcclion. Whei-ever the disease lias appeared jt haai confined itseif aluiost exciusivciy to those vicinities where filth held out a Bpecial invitatiou.  —ItYMherefyrerbecomfS-cvery-faniily to set their house in order. Wo rji« peat, let there be no alarm—there is  hij habit of doing even mctui tidugs well, he to.stí to greA<«>r,  Takel^'art, all who toil Î uU youlha lu hmiibhî HÍtuations, aîl in «.dverbe circuinstauces, aud thohCj who bibur unappreciattid. If It bo but to jdriv« thu plow, Btrivc t« doit well ; if it be but t«) wax thread, wai it well : if only to cut boltii, niaku good one»; tri' to blow tthe bellows, keep the iron hut. — It it attention to buiine«t lh«t lifts the feci higher up on tlitt ladder. —^y8 the-good Book—"Seest thon ft  his approval of their leg^Blation would, have tinited laiit Summer on a policy of reconstruc tlon, which would have been Acceptable to both branches of the Government, and in which the Buuth, seeing tiiis concurrent action, would have acquisced. Tho Constitution of the United States declares that the Pre.sideut, on extraordinary oocasioup, inay convene Congress. It has' already seemed to me that hist April was an extraordinary occasiona. The President has been murdered by a Ilebel conspirator, and the Vice-President has assumed tha Presidential functions; tho rebellion had seen its fl-ig trampled in the dust and it>t armies •urrenderud. It seems to me If there ever was^ iui. "extraordiijary oocAHion'^!. this was one Uut the President—and I recogniae his full ConstItntit)nal authority to decide the question —deemed that it was not expedient to call t;ongri^ti«otbçt.tina AYeuu on^ n^ the work of reconrttniction. I believe he entered upon aad procetaled with that work piitriotlcally, and that he thought as on cx périment it would be bist to test it before Consreaa reiWsem'oled. T am confirmed In that bdierby the.Mtsiiiigei wliiuh he Rent to the Governnri of FrorM.V aìri Mississippi stating their restoratioa would depend on Congress, bu 11 do nói tliink thai rtisulted in developing loyalty at the South. Congrciis at ^ajst-convCn«dTranhirflr8t1iondity^DêCTinbêf last. It could not convene earlier for it h:ui no power to meet uatil its regular Bmâon, unless convened by the President. It appointed xLComm^ittge^io examine into the condition  Cure for  -PMesï  DR. STRICKLAND'S  PileBetnedy  the Republic owes to it allcgiance,atid is it not the reciprocal duty of the Rr public to give to him its protection Henceforth, whenever in tliis land a  New JiRSKY Copperhead, tfttdjic was glad the President httd vet^-d tlic Freednien'tt bill. "Bnt what are your reason? inquired a bj'atMider. He replied: '"Cause tho Black Hupabib cans wanted to give every damn nig* ger down south a bureat^whilc balfilic white folks haint got none."  man xliligent in hig bufinosi, he shall stand before kings he shall liot stand  be made and kent clean. Let all. nuis' ance, all defective di'ainage, all dirty cess-pools, be removed or put in order. They are whqit the jpestiloncè feeds up* on—they are It« stilmulant and support. Every citizen should see that Iiis own premises, and, as far as he tnay, the Whole vicinity are scrupulously clean. Thousands of houses where even refinement dwells are susceptible of improvcnient. Let thai be done, let proper car^ of tlie person bo taken, let ample ventilation -be secured, let the diet be judiciouaty governed, and there is little danger. AboTO all thlngSj Temperate Habils.  Tim Colored Citizen, a paper edited by negroes ttiakes the following com-looii Vt-lwccu ttic Moses ot larat:! ^nd ho orTennessecr^ ^ - C  1 Moses and Andrew Johnson, differ c uisiderflbly moro tlian tweedle-dee and tweedle-dùtn.  A. Moses was very meek: Andrcxv is not.  B, Mo jos was sln^^^ drew seems to be affected with n chronic incontinence of the same, llolhas made nmre speeches in the last uiontii than ^sesdid in the forty years he  Tna Aanetably of Wbooniin by roaolution In •traoted Ita ivprcientattve to vote for thè f/ivU lUght'a Bill ai^alnot the President'« visto, lìie hmruhìj conaiii« of 69 UitloolaI«, S2 Damo-cntB oad 9 Independontfk JK^jy lati  one aod, jfw of tba MifntémU voted for th« Kcüolation, y'et DooUttle voted tig^tünst Umi BiU.  person shall be (»ppresaed or outraged, or his rights withheld, whenever the tyranny may shake his swpter aver liim, he has but to turn to the national flag, and to tlie national go\'t3rnment tor that protection which the Congresjs of the United States has ordained is his right.  We are sometimes swked (and I blow with wbat Boiicitude the American people regard it) vvby the work of reconstruction has been de-l.iyed. I do not think it has been unreasonably dehyed. The President of the United Staten in the eight months between the ct»lUpfiC of the Bebfliion and the opening of this Congress, was engage.! in tlie work of that policy which seemcil to him the miat titting, and Congress has been engaged for the pa«t (our months in collecting testimony, in cofnpiring opinions, au4 In action to lay the foundation of thiit plan of recptistruction which «h^ll make our Ut^na eternal aa the agiffl. [Applause] I»ut the^ave already in past year« initbted a |iolicy of reconstruction in 18S2. Ti>ey placed on the f^tatute books the first law indicating their policy of reconstruction, tbe law known ns the T«t oath, declaring that no man should be eligible who could iiot swear that he had noi voluntarily given aid and Ciimfort to bloody i conspiracy and trea-stm. Hiit ¿iw waa wicli undereto^ by jbfl Arnerican i>wpfe.7 Sbutb aa NortTiV  one Axpect^ thai then, «hca the Bebdlloa h^ its artnies in the field affaintt tha Vnt^. uny one would cona koi^King M door of ^n^mT^ioing WiWTKfflit^ ^^ Statei of Aliama. Geoisi^, UwMl^; SoatU or Kortb  liegfllthatjghBi tlMLJIebgjltoajliQrii^^  Morfsirfc^M» lib, aan »H» lasiaaaflr mrni tWr iMdii <atfcs<tpi aa< i|iswa< IfcUr sislfc plja  of the late CVmfederate Stites, and It woa only one short month aga they received oihclrtl documents from tho Executive (le.)aTtinents which enabled thorn to know wlm tniiin^ired during tho long rccess of Cl>agress, and ' nqvv it I/» uble to ocHptelhgently with some oiBcial knowledge of the situation.  You will ask, perhiips, what is my policy of rectmstruction ? I will tell you in a few words.' It is the policy ofreconstruction laid down by Andrew Johtison with stich enipha.sis ami earnestness in his speeches made to the piiblic betiveen^themontlmr Jjj!ie,^1864^ and the month of May, 1865. [Cheers.] I |n lorse the sentim jiils prVjclaimed by him ill Nashville, the niijht he was nominated as .Vice-Pt e.-'ident. I indorse the sentiniejitsi proclaimed by him in the C-ipilal the dA.v ,w!ieii tltc' news of the sj^rende "was'TecelvedT PiiSior'soTtlieTsentF ments uttered by' him to various coq?-mittees iijion his entering the Presiden cy. I learned those sentiments from him and camrtt unTearn theih" now.—  was leader of Isreal. % Moses did a great many things that Andrew has not done and never ivlll do.  —Sr^ -Moses—did-not-do—some-th Ing^ that Andrew is doing.  Moses executed signal Vengeance on rebels, as in the case of Korah and those Israeli^tes whom the son of Levi slew. He didn't reconitruct them-  Muses led the ciTildi'CU of Israei tí; the borders of the promised land; was with tljeui in all their wanderings, and devoted himself to iheir aervice.  When Egdad and MtTdäd did proph esy in the camp, Moses did hot make a stump speecii ttgainst theni as Anj-drew did againsrSumner, Stevena and  WaiidellJ?hillips.._j__ -- ___^ V  • ^ Moses did not veto a Preedman's Bureau act j but on the contrary, he en acted some laws similar to certain pro visions of that act: I. He" divided the people and appointed ^'rulers of thousands, and ruh,'rd of wid pi-err of fiiliesV and Vulors" of ten?^  luCuitc roR OholIcsa.«—The Nation* ^ InteHiifftncer luUatNr^aft^.  Rev. Dr. Hamlin, of Oonstantinople, saved hundred's of lives by the following simple preparation, during tho ter* 1 jblti raging of cholcra in that city a few years sinct;. In no case did the remedy fiiil where the disease could be reached in seasou. It i<» m less effective in cholera morbus'and' ordinary diarrhoea: One part laudanum.  ^i)4je^attcamphyratcil-apirit,_______________—  Two parts ttnturo of ginger. Two parts capsicum. Dose-^Otie teaspoonful in a wineglass. of wat(!r. If the case is qbsinate repeat thcsnJuse iij thTcc oT"foiir houT».  Crawford Coimty litak.  Th(! Meadville Jir.publican. ñnya ;  Persons who have money defosited in the National Bank of Crawford County lihould have no apprehensions of ultimate h^s, Tho Bank for several months has bi^cn working under the ??alionu( Currency Act, and its assets are ample to meet all its liabilities as a National Bank. The cash on hand i i netiily, or quito, equal to the deposiîs, and it has .besi.d^«s_.$l00,ú(}0 depôsitedi-l; în the Treasïire ât Washijigton." TRê bills receivable t.sceed |I30,000. The holders of the bills of the old Bank of Crawfora County may have to suffer mniQ loss, but it is believed such will not be, tho case. In my event, how-^'ver,-^cpositor»i are protcctcd.  others KhUl l-«; i. owvd f will beablot^> tU twuaU^*!!«»? HunMtWv their capaHty w ilb tW After that the  - \Vne-ia Ki« P  'J'hwre iii. ito inore pítiaírjé sìj;iit ti.;«»* that vi a vonng »n^u btiickvn by ..k-nesa tif wHI, y) pt.^iie^'«««! ut  kiìt.'V. H'd;^ t'» hid th. -Î f!»s; ^  todu, btiitoo ciMirvafa.J tn wìU'ar.i in body tu ad. lîeav.^ -tyid tclti n h^ ehottld'poHsesiì thu tyv t^f m» v^jgì*-, listle^s v.h.'t} ÒTfr- twñ%* «iM.rht  tingle Willi viic'rgy, iu lìou of  doing, bccansg he «»Uií i»  nsiug the many wortUW. Viutin W luka that are behiK palaHl off np*iM 1» too confiding public a« a ijootl attick-. ^Lel hiin »«m' tl»e Whiìhìt  Ink, aad nato'.x wilî ag^iiu r^^mt^i iw.»y. StiM bjr «if îfctici».  pMaarUaVM' t^n K.t.Ma.-«^Vc tMtf apdmaf tkia fMnt lMdH<.!ao in IrrMa «T v««/ blfhfralar. ta4 w* haM »0 «IMm IMI aU  W« could aijr la t a fjv«ir «mIì .a«i' A» I« taU  Juatlee, It Is oa« «f tbaaa »«4|ctaM «T «kick  wf caa ayaA >fia4 tfwk iid^jf-ffwfc' tx-l>trW!^Mc; fvr wa liavf, Mtm au<t  iava^y «HI»tl»^ haal maiw aaâ Ak.* «re-.Wa^ faiiiflictioa. W« tíiira;^ k«p ta krntL *adL<r fvraayamergtaey.aifd wa ti0tà U bot ouJy aa oae ct th« vatj Uü mñ am« laltlîé: of iaaiktaaa ia Qaa fwr varloaa lUa M ««iji tha chaapwtalnw. ÏU «oat l»j tWc wagr^iUt K ^coatofthe Itum Jwi»*» uf«liVlt l» H c»^  price «f tlw«atdkS:«lu»WaïwtUui«a¿vaaw>••. It ia aot likely üi«l tW j^.j alMil/ bf t'avV ry» .KHIerwiUlaaayiiÉtsanra «««rcfiw, «riikat th« d««aad will ia tha aUfltiiat 4airM iftdW. «atit aosM «litar aii«eifie far «Itaytag {«ta ami iming Um variaaa rAMiplalata tor w hlcli it iaif jrhttaUr ^ iu«4.ahaUli«.4)«c«vrrcdr«rciÎMl fmni^ mtiik it«-Hif»UclLOwiejenBa(>i U littki rt^MlUt;. . Aa a ivaMi fet <tt cu«ct -^«»cJi -  4fm0Utj, «frUiE% «le., tk* l>ia mm h ««'h-—t ¿«ahi. laaarpawiJ. aii'l i^ar^lMTt Wint - ~ daaarvlâly la dctaait^ Om«, twu ur f)irv«.<VMöf. of a «Mup^afai «aulu* it» • win^u*-1/ mljk -»kJL  water,wiaialiMkHugar,h&vcin!|r«aht«iij. «uMit oar kaovludge. tflkcluatly tutcd >^tua tr-ú;bU¡ ^.fthirklad. tHHli»i»»fte41r I* ~  us«d in ti'jt fJjeckltîit vifftiii of too su'lücül) ; í.iít ttUeu »tth» Mai»*, ^ ti»«-  Pain Kilter will ua likt'u cl^riu. hti.i fut^auuit/ cure whcB noth-ng tint - ."ídVsi-  tUrr.  He enacted in the case of emancipated slaves, "when you flondesfc him away free, thou shalt not let htm; g(V away empty, but shatl^furiiish him liberally out thy iT.icTc, niid^ .»iitTTn^tirv^ fiouT.  The inadvertant use of will föir «hall in theTulure tense and first |H:>i»ùn, Tîpeine.'l to be increasing umohff us.  8htU Md Will.  ïAWS or Ki;w Vokh -ür AuCï r.tjr.'  rCvery !aW, unie«» k dMTer^-ut iiut'^ahadk lx> i^rv. iKsrllMd tbtrcia, «fIICÌI CCII.biokck «ad tstui nr«,-» throuirhoat tha Stia«, uur aixl not Vu.«»«« tlkf1*c ii-nt-Ui day aftar »ht lia." iU Cnat pwmNr. a» hy tbf b"crvtvy 11 t»r. u. iec. 1?, «ttí» 4, -.i^ï. î, ^t M iteVJai'd ,stuiutee«j  Every Uw imWtsJiwi ia the mkt^t^r. J»j«y  We metin, of course, its u.se ttx give u sample Statement iu thu TtUine, without any act of the will implied. It comes from the South. In thiii jkuv ticular thf native habit of tlif; New England- haa fotrtunately becn^ight -Our public tnen liave brouglV the evil" northward, 'f«îr Hie rir.S»t part. They took it in Congress, ur in the department at Washington. It is likely that a ítívr ycar<* ago it waa thonght to l/i' fashiimablf, bec.v}a'e  rciid ill vviüeu^ trow til« cütiUiiti-d, iu "U the c«urt.-> orjuntie« tu tiHf iu «1» praceedUipH U-fow iit>y t-fat-w, ViJí tw IwMu^  Ú>, outil thr^f li<iiiìt!i» kite.' tiM^hV. ,m  wbteh H beMíüf • U«. h« «. tj»ïc ï. «rlwj».«. t ifMmtù tfUtUtuk, Í3.Ú iXMS iit »».i.  CHAP. 1»  .\N ACT t. awetû ii ♦ i ow oirli^iili f «Kie -r ..f »»i« ftrtt fWÉM «f til,' <J íftatet«", i»  m Pttfi' Htiiteif Xiu! 1 Wi, 'n^DMoii*  ' ÎBCXiiiN' î. S-.tL>u tl•.«;.. v.» 8 Mf». fi lr»i .Í UUe Snit Iti < tuii«îf• îj»tt. fv Us<^IU<vï«.-u ."5« M.ijr..«a  su. l.vi-ri" • fi<rw «> lliiííá - % > ii>>iit »«î»  wÀfBKitkll v.ort; thr. wImjUi i:ttW»Vf«r «i »«■»<» lyr..»!-!. U If^ -^Iwîl lu Vf »tM-ï^h Iwjl ^fcrjf ^«f»-1 ,  «aiinr tiiftii f>w fat¿rii>*lnv iuiitf tî.'Al.ti  ■JiSJ  mên*'., Qt-t"r «oi»»!»«! s¿U<mÍí1 m .t-  UtVjt vsjMi'.;,.  taí4jí.yfca¿ni>v P(,l»i»0tlí-  tfc« ûj*»fc* iö wíIch fht jrtí»«.41jwliÄ»:, !: ufea«; • > ■ side, to H * ••"« í**' -  fcíOse brip'cv.jíTeai ü.U: híut» Bajitíi dUtntt -  tzr'ÎTiETTvrï-, ........  Oiwc m tVíü h^nkry ut di  lU'.v; «iW.ífc'- t.'yitti  -ïSMrtilOïiiî fÜT; -^»»teCTtiEiá  OVAL PICTDliU FRAMES A MOLIH.VC.'?,  A OIIBIT VARIUTY OF STVI.ES. AUo, Carved OttNAME.NTM. BR\C5ET3. tnd va-riouB oOier Ilousohold Fixtures.  ^ p r i n g Beds  tStoreiat DlffoTont Patent«.  itt A T T 11 E S S ES,  A Urge Btock »nd Great Variety.  CAit AND 8E6 U3 BEFOaR DUi'ISG.  P. S-—The trade can be supplied with Chair.< Hedsteadi», and all other Cabinet Ware, in the while or finished, on liberal terms,  O. W.COOK, E. A. FORi^YTlI.  Main Street, one door west of the Hithburn Hotel.  1423 ' Anarelica. N Y.  — Hm'cured thousands of the worst  cases of blind piles. It gives iinniediata relief, and effects a peniiaiient cure. Try It directly. It is warranted to care. For sale by all Drug^nsta at 6J centi per bottle.  BYSFEPSSÀ.  DR. STRICKL.XND'Sf ONIC I» àr couc-^ntrati-d prepanvUonxiircoUana herbs, with antiacids and carralna-tives f) strengthen the stoiuacband ■■ norvouH Bjrsteni. It is a certain remedy for dyflpppKin or iudigesiion, ncrvou-itiess, los» of ftppetite, acidity of tho xtomoch, flatiiloncy and debility. It Is not alcoUollo. therefore paitic^larly sulU-d for weak, nervous and dyspeptic persoim. For lala by all Ur.iBgist■■ evory where at |1 per bottle. jan'Jy-7ieO  ISillij»rd aud Uc'trealimeu Kal»(*n«  1> .CTotl  3TRICUAN0'si Tonic !  JAMES IRVINE,  ANGKUCA, NKSV YORK.  WOULD respiiCtfnlly announce tJiat h« ha» taken the Old Htand of ßaUhsziar et» th ft Corner of Park and .Vain St.. »h»ri he propas(»i« to miniplpr fo tl cm-roit of a who mav favor him with their patronne«.— Bla Billiard Bcomfl »nd TaMei« will alway ibe kept In prime order.. Rcfreel.mirith in ■great Tatlely;'  Oytéeri, ,Çlama, Ic^súer^, Sardinfn, Plfí»Feat. Pîpkled Tripe. l^Píf fP'**? f^hecpf Uakea, Fruii», Nut««. Gnn<ííA»».ríiolca Branda ofS<»enrp. XyX Ale, thíngpertáinlag It» a  , ïffisï CLASS SAIGON.  ünrnrhiST^OD^eroand.'-' NÄ . fflòrt will be «pared to rendt>r the eatabliah-'«Mat,»«iKaTfiia of the Fabtlc favor.  Anfatiea. Apr» tniBfia.- ^  ###  CONSTITUTIOM W/fTER.  The astonishing Burcei»» whrch has thla  -iuvaiuable uiedii itc provt-a >t tu be^liii moit porre<;t remedy ever discovered, ^o langusKe can convey an adequate idea of the immediate aud aluiObt miracijluu« thani.'e which ij occaeioBB to the de-biUtated and «battered systini. lu lach. it st^da mirivalled aa a reii.c«ly for tbe penna .ct cure of niabetes.Impotency. Loss of Muscutr l.neriiy. Physical Prostration. Indigestion. Son-UeKi?lation Inflammation or UlceraticgQ of ti»« Bladder and Eldneys. I'lsease ofUie Prostrate Gland, ^no in the Bladder, Calcolus. Gravel, or Brickdurt Deposit, aud »U liisease or AffccUotts of the Bladder and Kidney«, and Dropsical Swelling« exiatiug ia men, woitieu. or childreo.  For those Piseaitet peculiar to Females Cokstitation Wa^er if a Sovereign  .............—Itemedyi"^^^.....-  Tlueaalrt^gularitiea ar« tho Can»e of ft^qawUy reeumng diseaie aud >throuRh oegl^ the seed« of  more grava and daupcTotiiUB^dira ar« tb® reaum  and asmontbatter inehtb faiwes, without an fffon being mad® to aasitt ftature, the dilBculty beeomea  "chronic. thrptTffir graauanr lo«»^~b8r  thftbowelB are constipated, nfgbt Bve«u c^aos,  and ConttUDOtton ficajly endabtjr firear.,...  Vt, U QKEQQ k Co . propiletofa.  17  MU  rCïVAfËb  lt^8«f Mteff,aiid|^ toj^^u?! reetitt^ â iocirirART * fîo'ii  I believed in tlieái th'eii, and believe in them still. They showed his const ruction of the Baltim.ore platform, and higher still, of his feelings of duty to the eontitry. His fadiCfil speeches in Tennessee.were indursed by his tlcc-Uop, and I stand by those declarations yet they can be condensed into one single sentence», and that is : "L »yal men shall govern a preserved Republic I" [Clieers.] I stand by that doctrine f the C.mgress of the United States stands by that doctrine. It will prevail, and in the policy of reconstruction which shall be adopted if we are laithful to ourselves if we are iaith-iul, to tliu country, ii^'e aro faithfijljo the brave men who went forth from their happy homes to die for the salvation of the country,-we will proclaim in. our legislation, as Andrew Johnson proclaimed at)>ias,hvi:ie : "L lyal men shall govern a preserved Reptiblic 1"  "What Next ?-r-lt is only a day or two ago a statement wa« made^ubl>c  ♦hftt. "t.-ioror Mppr" IB ndeliniotia  c.m»m ACMtfc No. M Cliff atnal. N«w T«ik.  that "Lager Ueer" is a delicious decoé tion of coarse meal bag strings, rats ¿C., and now we have leárned "so tnfr thing" in regard to the "make up of Brai.dj'. Thirty distilleries have been  líizéd in.New Xprk  revenue laws, and it is stated that atone of these ; éstablishçients tlie pro priétora were busily engaged iti nianiio fat^toriiig brandy ovii c^¡mnUrt roUtn, which werriised^ótt ttcoatjnt of Ihe mo-laaiies in them. How ai« yod, brandy*  and out of thy wine-press." He tilso enacted: "There shall be butonetnan-neref law" for him that is born with you and for the stranger. . . '  A TKLKGKAPH al Termjd" the. .^upretne C^^ State^ held Hr Riichester last monib, made an important decisioirttr tin; case of Brnce & Mumford against th«l United States Telegraph Company. The suit was brought to recover damages for an error committed in the trattsmiision of a telegraphic despatch. In March, 1866, GeoKge W. Cuylcr, of Palmyra, acting for plaintiffs, tflegraphoil to Cammanu & Co., of_ New York; to purchase $700 Infold. The dt-spa tch,^^^ received, read $7,000, and on tliis or-' dea the . larger amount of ^ gold wfas bought at n 1. The defendants claimed that they were not re^naible for ;he errory fur 'the reason that their office thanks contvn a atipnUtion that despatched shall be repeated before the compsAy: can becon» liable. Slie court ruled tliat thifl> was a good de* fence, givioi^ jud^jment far delen^^ iints.  •o<«aroaJtB»isw aii»ii»ne8 tnwt^mr  aalaawukrowlar * «dto aa» BnatMT. • ST  the ^ntheruer» did. Th« rifMrtU ^»f Congressional procecdingH tine ta be  full .of it. "If this inotiim the table we ivil' be un.iulc " etc. Some of our  ii: laid on i  ««.^(««.«{»«ÉaLtAliwaipi»^»  '4 i:», JpSiiè-faiWnt^ »? .«y  up,"ete. >omeof our be«t gem-ralail a; »..-^  Write noLW in lhe same Htyk-.-  most of OUI army men do. Ai»d a« «u i *aiar<i. uÎ wi^tii» u IriMi«) havD said,the e\il «eems totMfgruwing. Thero is hsirdly a singtu i<«iUO uf a n';wspa|icr tuai d 'vS' nt»! Ci>tj(ai)t aoific s}»e(*iinen of it. ' Ujr • riMr « f th« «aîné Mo;'( hmu1<^ ia niieti tur iihonld. "I sent Word thukifhe wa« not bere liy noon w« wuald lio beatt-n,** ainl tito tike. It ÎN a pity that tbo bad babitshuuld »»pread aliA»ver tïiv couutry. nareamong n«. furtunately, tHo iVaif  l.-rtWcIt, illudi  tu ^iiw'tklt >«»»»ra »«It-  I««tìft4.  «<th« bWk Of M  m^m* tmwmvn « »^"S^WÏ^K.^«!« Wz^f^--  , oue needa toi fuUiiw to lo thiiw: w •«M«»ar9wi.r • •«»•f^i^.w. ià tOM'^ tlMMI^ tlw way t»mt À* mmk srnmfSitCA^nihikmtim^ii.a»wte. por labito, at Waat «ipraj  «»rM«t««kraMtt«r«^;a«a«iQkaa««la«l fht OOUfini Wt ìItÙ a«» al! rifflik hit ia«si«il «aaorilaf totha ^aa^ aa« lwar«Wr urtbod|V tisilg U» Ift tba f-riiV  [af* tfct ¿ikii «iyla  ^«rclM aiidBay-i^M ^MffV aN*^  ¿'li at«Mit)<mta f%aad««?^;pthlieUMfÌ^ùithmtê ftcnpgftf«! iatSiaiafw. ïkiaina nth» ÌM «sii M ^^  .»BimliiwÂJMMJii-i^îw^ll. -mimté^ âÊm^Ê^Wi  aai a tita) «r an« ^ , ^^   

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