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   Angelica Reporter (Newspaper) - May 2, 1866, Angelica, New York                                 F. k G. \y. DICKINSON, ^tora igiftBçoprietorB. -  iiWüi jiTrr—  «^TnttTo^^^ »idittotul vUl be ehwgea ITé IMV* » Um« MMl oomplête amoHtaumt «rpMn  fefÄ^ÄiÄtiÄraS'Ä^-  Sta tet atiwM^-Uid» oT^MB KtA &IU7 »rink.  SSniii^SaiïiiaZl ' gttíHífiíijSÉ éixvñ^  í#1ÍÍMmíP  OÊUGA  fÄtlttl«-^  f  J. H. Eggleston.  J W»to% Maker and Jeweler; and dealer _  iBftU kinds of Clock». Watches, and Jewelry ReiwiriOit done oa Hhort aotice »ad rea-m«l>leterms. ° Aagellca. Feb. 15,1864. _ 1385tf  ANOELICA mSURálICE ÙFFIOE.  — Âïctlô^tnrorantîe^.  CAFIWi- - - - - $.500.000  ^ Asivra . • -, - • le&ö.öuu R. LLOYD, AOBNT.  Aosellea, April 1,1865. Uii  Dr. 0, P Carver.  .D«vNTIST  j>MM tooiiM over ihe storo of 8. K. B«xmeit 6 Oo. In Smith D»vU' BloôV, AngeUca. I h»J® no  tmatT. 13*3 :tf  VOL, XXIX: m 45.  nORNELLSVILLE AGENCY.  ^Ifia Insurance Company,  UARTFORD. CO^SECTiaUT UoorporaiH m'd-Capital 12,250.000.  HARTFORD INSiURAKCtH COMPANY llanford, Connecticut. , tNCOBPORATED It) 10—CAPITAL $1,000,000.  PJKEiilX JSSURANCE COMVASiTt 7 llarlford Connecticut. > j INCOIiPOBATED 1845—CAPITAL $600-000  cirrFtRE jysuRAXcB coxPAi/r, Capital $250,000:  ' PnCEyiX imURASCt New York City;  ANGELICA. N. Y., WEDNESDAY, MAY 2, 1866.  WHOLE îrO. 1499;  "-C*t*ITAL $+ïOOVi,000,  . érjpnl ||oe%  ~ P E N SiO IShS,  B0Ü!^T11¿S| and Back Pay, procured by the BUbscrtber.  n. LLOYD. Claim A «ont. Aogel?oa.N.'Y. 1864. - '_______  DH. GOKTON,  konm AumicAy astiti ANijE CO., _ Hartlord, Connecticut—OapUol t30r,00Ô  METR1P0L1TÂN INSURANCE CO. New York City. Capital-1,000.000. inVarance can bo effected with tie eub-{••.itberiQ the above old eftablithcd Stock <•< mpanlcB.on Dwclllnpf«. Stores, Cherches, ^lJ5torles. Personal Property. &o., ow tertuR PBfavorSBTeft» dlÎietTeïponiîlbU'insti.utlcnf. a »y communications addressed to jim at U itaellBvUlc will meet wfth prompt attention, J- 0. MILLER, Agenw M^arch 8,1863-pdly . .  He Cometh Hot  He cometh not. nntl I am sad With watching for hliii long; 1 cannot ovi>u.fiing agiin :_  My old famUItu'Kongi*. He left roe one bright, snnny dsiy With ft noblo valinnt band. To light, upon a Sotuhtrn shore. For hi« lovcc Norther» Innd. Thrice hnU» the i-pringMmo come and gone, ^ With fini\Mbine nnit R)io\ver<4 Thi it'o Bun-browneiT Auliimn.'wlih'licp 4heav«a, Her frnits. nntl petfumoil flower!*--Thrlca wintoi-sMiows hove shniuded o'er Our lonely little cot— Since Chiirle.v left me nt the gate Andycthccomcth not— > . Upon VirgiiXnin's fur oflf «hpre,  UoHido Pntomnc'H wuvc, tlin cnmrnilca laid bim down to rest, ¡r Wlthip bis nnrrow grftvi-— '  Long, H ejny years will pjiss ai^y,  Rut, in Our tryst ng spot ~ --------- --  -IMlTfntc1t-fln<l «rt»t-fo«-<'Udrlcy..tho'------  IK) comt'th not! ho comuth not i  Xr. Htibj IK the tettah jof hUM  Vtten^r^Ail.  CosrEpnrr X Koam twlch is la the I. Stait uv Kentucky.) April 9,1866« f  . I am ft kiltlti full iiv cusscs.  Under nifi is burntn the fire of rage tvich !Hl»cm coniihuoHy fed with the oil nv diHtippoinimcnt. And I bilo over.  The Civil Rites Bill wich our Moses, pnt his foot into we thought wua  ^eadv ...........  And we fired great guilis," fthd Ifntig ont onr flags, wich wc h\id aside hi 1860, and made jv joyful noise.  For wo said one unto another, lo ! lie is a true Moses, inimmucf» ez he is a leadin us out uv the Wilderness.  The Civil Ritefi,Bill Avas the serpent Avat_ Jnt_iis^_ andjlu3 histed it, that we  Wohev nu e»c»püfrum thu Ethopmn he 19 around ù» and abönt n«; land od top of U8. .  I »CO no Post Orfia in the distance— no hope in 4ho future.  Ued I bin a Ablishunlst eo cz to m>lie the thing safo în the nc«t world, I Bhoitld be j^ad to' die and <Jîut tin's.  Por my solo is pvegnnnt with grief, niy hart bugs out wiih woe,  pRTRÒLRCM V. NaSBT.  JklOQation Ontslde of Boòki.  ^clcrfiîd |îp(ilan  to 22 ^ ^  Friendship. N. Y.  P. M. FISH,  Corner of Main and Olean Bireot; i>Ppo-/=% site Ratbbnn's UoteV.'wbere kU kind? [( )] •r BUcksmithlng will bo done on the ^ ff shortest ucotico, and most reasonahlc terais— and Horse and Ox Shoeing in a superior manner.  -ALSl), Manufacturer of Carriages, Buggies, Wagons. &c.; and repairing done on iibort notice—one dour south of the Black-imitii Shop, on Ol -an street.  Anc-ltcrt. N. Y. IHSStf  AGENTS WANTED!  NOW HEA^DY I  J. T. HE ABLE Y'S Histoinj of the War,  COMPLETE IN TWO VOLUMES. ALSO ISStTED complete Iti oue voliirac. Comprising ft¥?£l2 0  Royal OctAVo Pages, ami 70 lluo Smul tuRravings. Tho^bcsf. cheapest, most Intflrealiiif?, populara liable UiBtory of tho itcbclUon publlMbed, ax fully Btti-stcd by'tbe euonnous ttalo it hns re and Is now soUiug with Incruanins rapidity  OUR AGEi^TS SAY Jl IS TBE BEST BOOK THEY EVER SOLl^,^  ^old onJy by Subscription. Exclusivo tcrrito!^ Riven. ScUool Tcachcra, Furmors, Offlocraaml Soldiers who have returned f nm the war, and a-o seeking profltablo employment please «end for our circular giving full partícula b. Address  AMEICAN PUBLISinNG COMPANY. "148 Asylum Strctt, Hartford, Conn • ScBAHtott Si Bunn, Amenta.  April 11, 18Ca:ml.  3 AXTE U'S  Institute flf giusit,  FRIENDSHIP, N, Y.  Btvdents graduated in vocal ond Instrumental mu-,1c, find munldcomposition. ,  Principal and proprietor, —Tiar^od-fijr^circnlap------------UMltl^.  " Amos R. Smith,  OF Caneäd'vaTwöütd respectfuily annoóncf to the afflicted r« la ti ve« of dect'u.,ed Hf»l diers. that be in ft leu'iUy aut lorized Agent for Alligany and adjoining Counties, to pro cur« Bounties oí Üeceaned Suldiors. AlSf for the collection of naek Pay and Pensions. Dated. Ciin-adea. .Mmch 29.1805.  WltmwK-  (flj l it A A '•I'ilt YEAllI—Wo want a«ontft JTS ''' cverywhfire to so lonriMPnoVEn $20  Sowing Machiuos. Three new kinds. Under and upper feed. Warranted flvo years. Above salary or largo conitnissions paid. Tho only machines sold ili United States for less than m hleh are fullij lii Knsttl hif ItoM, iVhiteii-.r Wil^'m, Gt in f r ■<; A'iiAc-, .Sinqtr tf Co., aitd BiiiMìi-r. Ail other cheap machines aro infrinijemeiil and the seU-r or wt.r ura liaUr to nrrfA flttf, ami imiiitjfmmf.n'. i'lrculars /ivr. Addreps, o caU upon Shaw Clark, Blddeford. t/ainc. [j:in lOTif^ly  WÌIOLESALE AND RÈTAIÏ.  BY  COOK fit PORSVTU  GROVESTEEN & CO.,  PIANO FORTE MANUFACTUREfie,  -----------------  T'HE ATTEUTION of the Public and the trade is I invited t" our New Scai-e ¡seven Octave, Ho.-'e-■woodPiawo Fo»iks, which lor voluma and punty oí tono are untivaUed by any h.therto offered in lliiH market. 'Jhey cojitain «U the modern improvcmcnra FrciiiJi grand action, hurí» pt d il iron frame, ovt r-Htrunt! ba«8, etc., and each ln«ttu«ieut being nj!>do u— dcr the personal supervlBioii of Mr. J. H . Oroveaieon, who has a practical experience of over tliirty years in their maautaoture. Is fully wai ranted in every particular.  The "Grovesteen Piano Fet-te"  '•RiMelvpd^hehi!?hefit award x)f merit at the ce^^^^^^ . i .i .'a „j i: ., .1  World's Fair" where wero-erhibitaitcd-itirtrameiVt«-from Uio beiSt gakers ol Loudon, Paris, Germ my. Philadelphia, Baltimore, Boston and .New York; and also at tho American Institute for ilvo «uccasr^ivo years, the G«>ld ond r-llvwrMedals from both «f w..lch can bi> seen at our Ware Kooms; By tho Introduction ot improvements wo raiko tliynore perfect Piano Forte, and bv manüfacluring laropíywíUi^^rtítlycash syfltem. arc^miqlcíLto.?^ fer these instruments at a prico which wji.l precludu all competition.  Our prices aro from SlOO to $200 cheaper thau any flrrt class Pian<>-£<irto  TEttMS—Net Cami in current funds.  Descriptive circulars Sen! Freo, It & Co  Moy 2, i.803:yl. . '  ANGELICA:  OP EVEBY OESCBIP nON and STYLÉ.  Both Borne Made and "Boughlen;^  Which will be sold Cheaper than at any other Establishment in the State.  la addiUon to our  Corapïete Assorteenl  OF  CABlllEt-WARIE  We have on hand a Splendid stock  Loo kin g Glasses,  OVAli^ PiCIXmi-FRMlES â MQLniSGS,  Also. Carved OaS.VMEIlTAL BBACKETS. and va-_xiouB other Household Fixtures.  S p i n g Beds  Sereral Different Patents. '  JMATTRES^ES,  A Urge stock and Great Variety.  CALL AND SEE C3 BEFOM  P. S—The trade can be supplied with Chairs, Bedsteads, and all other C,\btnet Ware, in the wliitc or finished on liberal terms.  O. W.COOK, E. A. FORSYTH.  iliUa Street, one door west of the Biitbburn  . f XT V  1423 Angelica, N. Y.  Scatter "^ed.  lu tKo furrows of thy life.  Scatter Reed ! Small-inny be thy spirit-ficM, But ft puodly crop 'twill yield: _f5awJheiliindly. word and-dced,.. Scatter sctxi I  Sun and shower aid thee now.  Scatter seed! Who can t«!! wht-ro grain mv Winds are blowinii to and fro' Dully ^fliid thy simple crccd, Scatteifiecd!  Up I'the morning flics away,  Sciitter seed! Hand of thine m>ist never tiro. Heart innst ket-p its pure desire; While ttu' brotlierrt faiiil and bleed, S&itter seed!  Though tliy work siiould seem to fail.  Scatter Bcud ! Boiii's may full on stony ground; Flower and lilmlo nru often found In the cK-fts wu little heed. ^ Scattcr seed!  ____¿pring-timc always dawns for tbce;  Scnttor si'Cfl I Ope thy Kpirit's golden store. Stretch thy furrows njo»e and nioro, God will give to theo thy meed, fcicutter seed!  Do you know that yotir bbst~«ducat* cd women are tlic most economical without behig mean. Tliey stop to count cost. They aie never deluded  î)  Tcmperance  Tlie cunse is waking up. Its. leaders arc alinjiid soniuliitg the (oscin of iliiriii iiiid ariitying their forces iigaiiist the olil dcniDM intemperunco. And well may thoy bestir tlicmsulves, foi-their iiij'iitiale fo<\ tak'ng advantage of the lull in tht; tiilc of opposition, lias made much progress in his destructive march and petiyiiugVy established hiui-U'Uiu u-itiitinifA prriiunil Rnhnii I it tnu st not be. Fat hen19t jier«, «is-ters, lu'otluM s, sumirioti your energies  and hurl the rniscreaiit fVoni the throne.  .Sunti that dftNtil(>d visit.iiifj elioloraj  witli pestilential broatl), may be borne on the winds to our slioreR, and they wJio.se systems have become dei>iliated Ivy frequent indulgence in the intuxL-cating eup may wed trembje tor their livos. It is no fancy of ours, but well  " "to the use of alcoholic"liquortj are the first victims; like steel, which attracts tf»e cU'Ctric fluid, so their seini-diseaseij Cfmstitutiiins-peem to pnsses.s an siflinify Jor tjie miasmatic influenc«-. Let our  JiUirht look and live. Now let us be jn^uTT For the Eihtipiaix U dell verfcd into our hands bound hand and foot. . ' Blessed be Mo:<efl 1 ' Wo will make him grind our corn, but he shcl not eat theieof.  We will make him tread out our wheat, but we will mnzzle his mouth.  He shall pick onr cotton, but the hire ho receivelh h« shall stick in his eyo without ii\jijj:iDg_ the si^ht there-of.  He shall toil in the sugac mill, bat the. sugar sha'l he not sell.  :Hiff"«weat s!utlhiourlsh<HU^ corn,btii !io shall cat nary ear thereof.  We will burn his skool, hoiises and destroy his spell in books, (forshel the nig{?er be our superior) and who shei stay our hand ?  The skool teachers will be tar and feather, andwharis the bloo-coated hireliim to msike us afi-aid ?  Wo looked at the nigger and said, ha I ha I the last state uv that chatile is wuss nor the fust, for before wo liad his labor Avile he waz strong: and healthy but had to take caie. on him when he wuz sick and old, and now we kin i;it his labor without the cai e.  Tho Ablishnists cast out one devil, and i^arnished the room, bi:t there wus seven devils more stronger and hungrier wich rushed in and pre-empted the premises.  Blessed bo Mosps 1 . But our song uv joy wuz turned into a wale uv anguish. _ Moses sought to hist the sornent but the serpent histed him:'  He's on a pole and tho bitin North wind IS a l)lo\vin onto him..  lie can't get up any higher becanse his pole ain't any longer, and he can't get d<iwn because ho ain't no place to light onto.  He vetoed the Bills and Congress hcz utra_tlu'. nivjl Richts Bill they  passed-itv^att-ouicivilmaiuier._______  Now, bein the niger hez rights, hois our ekal.  Our ekai is the nigger now, and on-less the sktjol hoUHCs is buriicdand tho ?peltitr btmks-destrjyedJic will soon le our supefior  by fashion. They only pay a decent respect to other people's opinions, and fit their garments by the length t)f their tirscs. They can gì«'« -liborally Ao. od'« poor, aiid'T)fr^rap|^"wÌT grain carpet. They caii louk Hl'at uiid bo contcnied in a piatii bonnet,becattae they l\)ve a wild rosé better than ohe made by a French milliner. They can bo intelligent and entertaining without  Hhitiem Swbs Qjpllii  the first crmoOmmitted Iqr fWrte^t I fgg  in tho girdening line, m tow'mg to(t\toMÍá^m____p.  curly m Spring, ^foro tlM ground «««of the ciWt rkIÑ«  is warm enough. Seed often have noÜií^ eritiii «f^  onceurtin or indefinite exintenee^ m thojig be over« ltiér.£ii5íL, íioil,. d sort of go-l)etw«en the wgetS'. in Mr. johélweVeoiiMiiS ting And deoeying proóésfV and ' Sti ittwBpl ir ÜT '  houi-fl of w,»rnifiun shine or cold rAtnsjhi« Meot often decide« their •nccesii or failure. 1 foiled^ 4i8e»lltaof»r Some varieties are much. harder thftn the good eiecU^ ite other», ti firm ooverlng or other pro- U«« ¿1 the fifti ' vvl«iottJcfi«i»tii»g .áect^^^ , whiski  easily «nccuinb; Imnce the tteed of ^i^Tpnbt^n wí  cretiun, or varying the tiine of «owing «"niiiiirle «mertaiiiof^^  such seeds as Bpinac!i,radi«hc8, lettuce, of 'ftEifid partywith onions, beets, tomaioe«; Mas, etc., will «on fur it« hSo, ^th tlié bear putting in early, while the mote tlte pey fiyr tbeneelm  earnest iippreciation of the tjapabilities t And4reasury_j<iyL(LLthojm'sont. Your true learning what makes oîhéia rîcljër  and j tioa«. paeUwuti^ a^ <  wilt iiowpr«^b|f^  4011^  delicate bean, corn, egg-plant  melon should bo planted later. _____ ____ _______  other mistake is in covering too deep J frVrt« wii TVlnff fyft Tft^l^ j  tliTi^fatntigWB^-hetow ih^ Wirm Ubuaeti febewtid if Hiy' ^  i^^hino, and mvtng them %  of tronWe to forco thejr way np fQ^othe» weie jreepoiinUe  tliruMgW iho pAQicMl «lul . An rtlH rtil«4  is to cover each variety with its owai (ng f^^f «Q«ie__________ -  thickness of earth. This is to shallow, United States, and lluil llit j unless the soil is iinnly pressed upon Congress was like* thai of the seed, but { inch is .snfficieni for «11 ment of Paris, the Nfia^riir;^.:)»^ the small seeds, Itis mtich better to ctitive edicts, w» ate «naDHf. 'tO^jfi^ cover lightly and press the soil down terinine. But thathe dklla^ with the foot, a hoard orroller, than to this delnsion, or«(>ne very like Col-  reading more than one book, because keeping U»eir cye8,and ears, and heart open, rich iu>d beautiful experiences aro daily falling out to them. And After all^ thisj^is the great secret of hap- , ^ . _______ _______ . .......„ . -  piness and efficiency m tiTê^tliîsIS TTover^eepcr -nnd-leave-  what vou arc to be educated up to—an rough to djy up in the sun and wind.} opened tlie eyes of the SoàÉh.as toJië.  " .....iMt.f .- Covered shailow and rough, fully half real seiitiments of the Nòrtìiém')^^  thc.sccds will^dry up before vegetating.] «nd as to the real seat at. jpowiïr'iii •8cedmett-often-como4u-fbc-a_ share- of | unnecessary abuse by those who sow|adhes*^ out of aenson, cover to deep, or leave not, all li 'aeede ^^^oMke an uneven surface, which soon becomd ant It is.but JN^t tv hhn to «iQriflÌat too dry ibr vegetation. There is very be, &g far as we can le*rn;takiM hie little gained by sowing early, even if defeat in perfect!? good huowiir. tho seeds do barely vegetate They j talk of a coup <fetei, wWdiii, iwptiip have a weak, sickly look^ and it is notiby the oopperhe^ P^Pii^i iadiM^tch until settled warm weather that they ¿ome radieêl jomiia!«^ tre bccomç healthy, and even then are]ci^o|^ jften stunted in their growth/ afldl^ nM^ outstripped by a Moro vigorous but »¡(Hi ifomense.' The later plant, - [talk of impeaching the Frèeîdeiit gen  erally, we ■■  pie. who are not qiiiti awif^liitlnh  We hear sotnething occasionally of I fM^itP^^ tho evidence taken by a GongroMitonilltion tltat it is sonie kind'of tira'fSffttl committee in respect to Jeffl  connectitm with thô Lincoln. assassin-ipracCioe of "cnhting wtd|il>dl ffid'èitn-atiòn conspiracy. The Boston jdlc,'^ Nor is there «nylikeliwsdiljat Goi-respondent pretends to knojy; hat Congress will sit through ili|i'ii|to|l|ier. this testimony amounts to. Ho' says: thii 1« itiother sensatioMl^ «tor/ «t  "The parties testifying are five Or which' thé ablest Çqitgie^liiÉëlW six in number, and appear to havejohly iàngtì^^^^^^^^ been teamstei a in the confedej-ate probability tljat -aiiythli^wUî liè^ne wagon trains and oiBccrs of minor ór attémpte^% thè P rank. Tliey affirm that they were in (his nccessary. H» hat-fuenA hinisolf the confidence of the coiispiracy from at the late trial of streégtKl •O'^ery first to last, though not intending to weak, that there te every reano&io he-  true learning  for being with you, aro tbo golden sparks 'siruck out of your own being. Your worthiest opinions are not boi> rowed from books, but those born of the thought i\nd culture you have brought forward into your life-work The symmetry and harmony of your character was not drilled into you at once by your teachers, but gro.v by daily a(5cretionft, until yen had learned to live as if yi>u were-accottntablo to God, not man, for deeds done in the body.-—Ex.  Annnal Assessmonts.  Much has been said in the newspa pers respecting the postponement for a period of two months of the time to make tho annual assessments on licenses. incomes, carriages, vyatchcs, billiard tables, silver plate, This rtunor has prod need" general misapre-iiension which will, doubtless, cause some annoyance by pveventmg due preparation on the part of tax payers. It spnuig from tlio consideratiim that  Congress wiMjldperhas materially modi-1 t^ last, though not intemting to i weak, that there ie every reaaoa.lo i fy existing laws on the subject before participate in the crime. They further lieve he will, hereafter, »Vi^lffery-the Annual List could be coinpleted jj.j^j most of tho plot was ma- UiingthatJi iikely to brÌngoà^ nnd r.olti>ntioii<4 betrun. An eiloi't was I .„.^...i n.......!.. t...i. ^^ t:.«»^ binisiitf Stt^^jSTBy*^*^  and collections,begun. A" was  made in Congresalo eifect such a post-pononuMit by~joint vèaol«ition,but failed. Théi-^arna foTtt«ìaltirti-~wh;Uevcr,,fi siipppsing thiit any of Ihi) annual as-sesitmentrt are to be delayed on the supposition that Congress niay'ptissi-bly make changes in the law. All per-  DR. STRICKLAND'S  MELLIFLUOUS  Cough Balsam  __ Is warranted tor be the only prep^  ration knovin to cure ct ughH, colda, hoarBencps, niith-m»,Avhosiplng couBh, chroiiio coughs, consuiuntlnn, bronchitis anil croup, ««ini, prepared from honey and herb» it. healing, fioitcning. and expcctoratintj, and particularly suitaolo for aU affections of th« Tliroit and 'Lungs. For aale by Druggists «very-whero. ■  DR. STRiCKUNp'S  Pile Remedy  lias cured thousands òf tlie worst cSesTTf blind piles. It glvn« immediato. reUef, and  WiCTuß.-  ranted to cure. For «do by aU Druggists at cents per bottle.  DYSPEPSIA.  DH. STBICKtAVD^S^ TOSIG is d * 'sana  Trtnlo^ herbs, with anUacida and carniina M. uui^ . strengthen tho storoach'ana  ______nervous system. It is a certain icni-  edy for dyepepRia or indigcsUon. no'^ousneBa. lobt of ¿PPStite, acidity of the" «tomach. flatulency and debility It Is liot alcoholic, therefore particularly «uitod for weak, nervous and-dyspeptic p««0Ti8. For sale by aU Druggist' everywhere at |1 per bottle, J«n' Jy- 71C6  readers, wluim we believe belong to a high moral plane, rally to the support of virtue and truth. Let there be « gfíHid upri.sing on the liill.'?, ont he ftioiintüins, in the valleys-r-cvcryvvliere  .struyer !" Oil 1 ye who love peace, who desire Ciat Justice shtill lu; nieted .)ut between man and miin, who iiate corrnption, robbery,, dfC<y)tion,'' and murder, awake to an apprcuiation {>1 the misery and premature death wliieh Intemperance is dealing broadcufit about you. To the rescue I Bo up and doing !  Ye inoderatc drtrikerH, pause and thiidi' on yoiir couj-se ! Wliat warranty have You, .save in your own im-agination.s, thul the noxt month or the next year your you will not be clasned Uig-wmtcked,wliose  We Avuzwillin to^ive him the right uv bejn sued, but alas he kin sue He kin be a witm ss agin lis, and he  Iriti-st^Htí-laee-Hgiá-ourn,:^——___  Our wise meti may make laws to keep him in his normal spear, but uv wat aviiil is they.  We kin, buy and sell him no more, neit her-he-noiM ùs^ùldren »  Bitliard and K«ffri;sliuieu — Haloon. —  JA.TilES'lRViNE,  ANOBLICA, NEW.YORK'.  WOULD respectfully »nnounce that hf ha» taken the Old Stand of nallbftzlar «0 the Cotaer of Park and Main Ft., wber* be propone» to minister to the comfiht. of a wbo may f4vor htm with their patronnjr«.— flls BilKara Roomf and Taldep will alway^ e kept in prime order. liefresbmentB Id restrartety.  Oydera, Clama, lobsters, Saydines, Plii Fe«t. Pickled Tripe. T.gpf, Pie*. Cbeere  Cake*. Prulifl. Nnt». CandipH. Choice 7 ' i Bi^fofSearari«. XXX Ale,  - »awsrythlaifpertftlnlog to« _  •fmST CLASS SALOON,  wUr^ »erred i.v rrTLKr HpiHlcmand," No eiifbn wlirbe  meat, oBit aviNo of the JPabtiC-favor. _  ----J------ _ ^jiesikvin  -„Aflfelka* April! 3J864.-___1 3  CONSTITUTION WATEft.  The ostoniahing «nccesa which has attended this invaluable medicine proves it to be the most perfect remedy over discovered. Ko hingnage caji convey an adequate idea of the immediate and almoot miraculous chunje which it occapíóns to the debilitated and shaU«»! system. lu iach, it hlands unrivalled aa a rejuecly lor the perma, int-em-e of Diabetes. Inipotency, Loss uf MiiscuUr Energy, Phyaical' Prostration. Indigestion, Non-llegulation InflammaUon or Ulceration of tho Bladder and Kidneys. Disease of the Prostrate Qland, Stone in the Dladder, Calculus, Gravel, or Brickdust Deposit, and aU Disease or Affections of the Bladder and Kidneys. Bn«)rop8lcal Swellings existing in men. women, or childreu. .  Forthose Diseaseaf peculiar to Females Constitution Water is a Sovereign Remedy.  Thes« IrxegtilarlUe« are the Causo of frequenUy rccumug disease and through neglect the seeds _of more grave and dangerous maladies are the result; and »3 mouth alter month passes .without an effort being made to assist nature, the difficulty becomes  chrontek-4bo-patient-€«aualJrl^«ft;&er api»eti^  tho bowels are constipate^, night sweets come on.  and Consumptton finally ends her carew.  For aale by aU Druggists. Price,  1?' M  ?L€VATKD OV»¡N á fiAVlfcSs-ÄU-y-ri-  •^•'••""■•ÎÎMâMil'*  low n ward course you now compassionate ?  Ye who know too well the madden ing^ influen(ce of thiL0ffiy .«w, vvliilt> yf t. ihfMois hope, and seek by correct principles of- living to re-establish your health and t<j regulate your pel verted appetit<^. The cause td" Temperance is the cause of virtue and humanity,, and we would not let it be trampled uttder foot by that ally o! vice and crime, alcohol, -  Intemperance clothes its victim in rags, blunts and stupetieiî the senses, spoils tlie memory, robs ! our youth of of the means by which they might be educated. It Hllo our prisons, crowds our almshouses, begetn all manner of vice and crime, and sends millions to the grave in disgrace.  Let the clergy, who have a care for the bodies and soutu of men speak. Let all good men-and women speak.— Organize, and go to work, reclaim the fallen, protect and ptcservo the innocent, and God will bless your efforts.  The intMi will clove unto their wives, ami Uie wives Unto their husbands,and our hand is powerlis to sepatltte  em.  Their children kin we no more put  Tip Tt liifotioff  bidtUir, we pocket,in joyfully the price theroul'.  Tliey have become sassy and inipu--dfiit, and say, "Gd to, are wo not men."  I bid one git orf the side walk, and he bade me be damned.  I chucked a nearly white one under the chin and smiled onto her, and she squawked, and her husband heärin the Kjptawk thereof, came up and busied iny head, even ez a wliite man wood |iev done.  I chastised wun who gave me lip,  sault and battery, and got a judg-  tured in Canada, but at times nndcrjsio» between. the direction of the authorities of Rich-1 tare. Oongr^i hse ae y«i;rfeeelvod tnond. upon no plañ of iieco»e1ttlí(ÍWrA»t  —Itnis-also-claimed-that Iho orfgii^l cai^  parties to the direct perpetration oïl ground îôr lîôpinçntlWîn • f^ the deed flûaily backcd out and de- weeks it will beabie to afiiteii e^t layed its consumation until Booth and thing which will aatiajy ininîiîiihle his accomplices volunteered. To show | men of alt partíe^ The eelwie.lilddi  rpresetit eeei^e to^M émíI Imw ia  - , „ . t i"- .............. " - --------------- -,-combinatídn of Mr, St«wil^e.iW»p<>-  accordance vyith the requirements oi (jy^f^derj^je yegj^^ntal officer with that of Mr. Robert ftale  the law, which will be more Mg.dly en- ^^^^ hmmg that two of his men wereU)wen—that is, an offer of " idwipioii  project, placed both and oblivion to the SonOi ift reUnr« for »ni^uty-of-^TBtn^ thrndoption-^ an amtàiumm-yimh :  tboroughly to eanyass their oistricte, y^^ig ^f thé fact, received on immedi- ing all classes to the fnodiiàê,Ét>t fill-and ^ complete and liand thejr lists to y^sponso to liberate the m^iately, but aay in ten yMrp. înbject  the Assessor (»y the 30th of May, men, as the allegations, if true, were perhaps, to some iotelKg^leet they will be justiñed m assessing^ iho\ k,f The President hae %t  ]ñF¿íártie8 prescribed Dy law m dëiaSlt P ThOdëponents reñí  of tax payers promptly rejidenng their ¿jjis connection, that Mr. î)avis cori-ltho Ad vie» of 'Nortbem «mÍii. «id has  mmsTi^^ltcrefom; »/J V««^^ Pff-hhirl)®^ - syrapathizedH  pared to render their lists promptly in is narrated that a  leturns <.f income tin 1 makitig applica-1 Unoaily wpSseWTtbaTh^^^^^ iniI thro^ hh^^lf «¿oiTail "of.itr. Shar-tions for license. Applicants should to nndertake the key, of Missisaippi, and «  be cai efiil to describe their biasmess assassination with such | other Soothernera. Thia. wo«1d havo  and ^ or two  Miy^jMbat w^^^^ ^ the pro^ aa would preclude this Govern- been^all very well if theeolilttwi ef tho  er licenses be grant(;d. J» kifl:ilLM.htod!»  tamed umm a misstatement of facts,or the of the Sootheru pecjfe. UJa.,now  misrepresentation , is in iratid-ormw, r„lea of vmrefare. It is not stated pretty plain that Hief» ieIw^ of  and will be no protection from the se- jhat a prico had been set upon _lhe this, and that the aacriaoeeifm bloody  nous case^. aucccaaful accomptishment of the deed, war do give it a right to btfh^on  tja T«iii^*Rnfifti.hPs hut it is asserted that all parties im- tlie re^ictabliehment of the Ufiion'they  m jaor^eecnes. plicated were ntade to understand the have saved. We treat the Pwiident  A very gcMraNcs^ I ••—^ -  by all Union papers—even those which are disposed to siistain. the policy of] the Executive-—that Mi*. Johnson shall [  The Baby.  ment.  Wale ! for 'Mo.ses put out his hand to save us those iudiguitie"s^butlhia _hand ■witz-ioo-wtHik,--—-----  A disconsolate Paricnt over at the County J erovvds and committees of ^  Judged from the most,chaiitable stand- "By theEer. Mr -—^-.-i—to iitw.-^-, «atyj  ■ ' the Presidential oratoiy is ^ ^^^^  to be1 of tbo«elntef«ilffif "MTnTm^  will now scethedeeîrableaeee of con-Iting tlielr leader» a1eo.~Ike ^io»*  flaute««»!- tiTMnVlikni tlllO tilif  point,  such as thb natîôiirlias reason proud of. He is a strong and vigor  It la à funny little chip, that baby; tkilferlno  We killed Linkin in vain. Our Moses is pi yin Jaxon. He fancietlThe reseinbleth him becoz his inishals is the-same.,  lie resembleth Jaxon muchly—in that Jaxoii hed a policy which he cood ca^rry .,;<»ur, and Moses hez a policy which he can't carry out.  Ami ez he can't carry out his policy, the neoplo arc carryin it out for him.' • ,  VVhich they do a holdin it at arms lenj'th and holdin their noses.  Mosiis is a cake half baked—he is hot on one side and cold on tother.  He darsn't let go uv Abiishnisnvand is afeerd to come to us. «  He hez bin takin i?psom salts and ipecac, and one is working up and the the <»ther is w'isrkhig down.  Where kin we look for comfort ? Do we turn to tho people ? Connecticut answers, "llor for Hauley," and Noo Hampshicr goes Ablishun. Da wo rtirn to the Courts? Lo 1  ous speaker of the platform school,  tings address to a miscellaneotis crpwd, jpBt when tnutdln. and whit®- fli  may be illy suited to the dignity or the were tha tliey lisd been wiiiee Ada  ours. Mi\^ohn8on plainly fatls^o^ A poor lUtlo tlffmi. b ftM»1»by; a iMdt <<L^^/VtiT™«» rl iiM iMMinn n1 ceive the difference. He talk« from Uaie. like a ira»t; 1i<«d m balft m% «qwMh, j ? !"* ^  tho White House, in hie capacity os aud no place to hitchja waterfall; amomik J«i*| • -"«a*wu»  he might talk if he a candidate «iJM to/'obw tlk,^ g^e."^ aod cbewf  Centeovy m^nlm wW hs Mfls^flw X. 15. ChmclihiQlMii, 'llâliialy.àÛ^Mlsi  Qincaee Ctìkf», Bev. HMmt.^ M. of lina N. Y. H«i. W. P. Af«el of Okaa K.T. BobBWJ. 'ItàUiiKli. K. T.  F. H.  •fctoapesiMei.  might talk if he A« a candidate y."*^-.. ^^fT ..  forCuiWat some Tennessee Ur.W^ J.^llt^i:^-^ becun. _HiS speeches are necessariiy^ t« pUy wfth. batihrlittle rad tbat looU] »»W »  repetitions. The first contained all the «• if H couldn't hold bhwd ea»^ to Urn a| an die m  laid down in those by which it l»a» other W ^T ilnwri *|ira J .  beeir succeeded—so that nothing is to it« throat, all that pwvunted their goii« dearl: _ be leariHid from them. The self laud- throasli waa the wook In the elbowa. tt Mof^t Oma»< ulation 'and egotism that constitiite  their principal characteristics, may he nj^ ^ pli^Toiohaveababjrlftthe ho«»e UhaifielMWr pardonable—but^they are by no means I ....^Misof the fitjmicli acheklat. Think of the! i^^u ^ g wiZm^ gratifying, or ci^lculated to exaU our!pleasure«of©father trembling-fa]_____»¿¿^  So oMte  rule invective ai)d personal abuse with ¿»oonllphtyw^ebody thumpiniffloth« Ink  which they are interlarded. It is easy door;wife of vour htmtm ihoutlnis:''bM"yI"a«Ml | to see how a man of strong will, prti- l 11;^liaW yj!»llB«r the plaater drop; voked as Mr. Johns on has been, may^®««««; U'.ai»l«.a»etothtek of  Youthful Conduct.— The line of conduct chosen by a young man during  the fiyt. years from fifteen to tvventy j ^^ ^^^^ revvdrd.him who will, in almost every instance, deter- , k. rw?________  mine his character for life. As he is thcn careful or caielens, prudent or improvident, , industrious or indolent, truthrul or dissimulating, intèlligent or ignórant, temperate or dissolute^, so. will he be in alter yearsj^ and it needs noprophet to cast bis horoscopc or calcutate his chanci^jTKfeT^ "IHIZI  ~ Oenera Asìcnta. NOf^Ä-Clitt »treet.Xcw York. Jan. Mth28GC. 3m. «  S  ËW Där GOODS at _  riusi-MrifiC IiÖOKftART  porter" quotes Petroleum and Venango bank  lit Ö0 c^nts oiuho $, and has no doubt they-wm bo telecmed at par. ^ .  aforetime dealt mît Dimecratic Justice, and who understood the nachdruv the nigger, and Chase, who is pizcn, reigns in his stead.  \ llaymOnd is grown weak in ^ho krrce», and D'oolittle is a brokenjeed on which to Jean, » JKe^aiiiLtoo shorf at bT3th ends.  Shel we go to Brazil—lo 1 ihere they 'pTitTiiggi^tfr office;------^_  Mexico h»)lds"'out hjer "hands to us,: bot Itj 1 there the nigger is considered À man  be led to deem such retorta advisable ^^p^t^^it^tíg, comfort! mat a —buC the people do not beliévc they h^ture for an nstbi la plMer. pati. I II» «m aró necessary of dignificd; and the en- Uas»thedarlU»gl«^blcd wlth wind oa the  cónsider them a marked evidence of - . . -  weakness,  himseir t. íábüí "and' tÌict»Hea of'ihe 1 fiwl.on.iHni.  with  Alto a « i have a cwdle »Uh a mlrniuaa-  them a marked evidence of «oihlwí »yrop bottle 00 th<i daah-board. s, which he should not a|lowi it'amoUier aay« only wait natii il ic«li to bxhibit. It is cmisiatent e Vabits and tlW« of theK--»^^^^^^^  „ . ,, , "VT'7''I going to wait. Won't It be  Soulh^vestei-n school in which Mr. John- ti,^ ijocior J «ia has (alien ia the  son re^ivi*d his_p^(>lit|cal education,that paia, and^ U choiiiag with a pothlasdkla" a public officer shall a^} times stand 1 rf« Uaafallen «lown rtii»"; m haa iwillpil  the sinmp; y^, nothwithstanding this ^ «i^iar |«i» all the mmr  Jict,_we caniiot irefrain fro^ ^ . —  arwishMhiTtRirrc  lSlSM|lS«i«aeswttiit. and wtHm POT  present, a soapenaioa ofapeecli-making f^LSiiiai sniJ at the /oiinifJ^+S;;^;^  edtlMtsvlllMi  Mt  wflleewW^  T*K laM B. bnillier» mml brothcrtMe  «f  low», «el 41. Mm  Mr -  brâliDi   

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