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   Angelica Reporter (Newspaper) - May 30, 1866, Angelica, New York                                 TBRIttS>~«:a PER YSTAR, IN AE^VAKCK.  In lOlcMcs where pajrmcnt la delayed <or aioro Uisa thrM monthB, Fifty Ceuta-¿aaitional vrül ba chArgcd  «^^Wé i Imge and completo «ssortmcnt of pl«In «ttteoy' An^ aro prcpft-  MHI to do hiiK^lUa, laVcaseà, books ciroulara; caras, wkdin alni ali kiiuts of plain and f<iuoy priiit-teff, nealt, jfjrouipt, nnd chcnp. '  u ixw c ss7V Aiy  J. H. Eggleston. '  :Watcb Maker and Joweler. tind dealer yitiiin Wgll kinds of Clocks. Watches, and Jewelry ■ Re(.»atring dpne on sllort - notice ood rcti-ibl^tmi  n^ica^^e^). l5, 1«(;4.  VOL. XXIX: NO. 47.  nOllNELLSVILLE AGENCY.  \®tna Insurance Company,  liARTFORD, CONNECTICUT Tncorporaled ISlQ—CapütU $2,250,000.  ' llARTfORD INSURANCB COMPANT  Hartford, Connecticut. INCORPORATED 1810—CAriTAt. §1,D00,000.  pnassrx INSURANCE CO^PANT, Ilarlford Connecticut. INCORPORATED 1845—CAPITAL $600.000  1385tf  ANQflICA INSURANCE OFFICE. Arctiö Inaurancé Co.  CAPITAL • . . * . $500.000 A&iETá i " ; :  . R. LLOYD, Aoknt. . Angelica, April 1, 1865. 1414  Dr. aT Carver.  - DRNTlèf  -Dental-rCToma-ovorníólloro òf S? Ñ, Bctìnétt & Co. lo Smitb Davis' Bloc^i, Angelica. I bave no  partner. , 1313:tf  PENSIONS,  BjOITNTIES» and Bac\ Pay, .procured by the'subscriber.  R. r.LOYDi Claim Agent. An gellctt, N.' Y., 1804. 14 OUf  PK. H. B. GÖRTONi  Frisndship. N. Y. • 1420  PVM. FTSH, ~  i'orner of Main and Olpan street, oppo-j^r^ fit« llathbun's Hotel, where all kinds •®f Blftclism,¡thing will bo doin; on the % ¡^ shortest notice!, and most roasoiCabU; tcrdis— and Horse ami Ox Shoeing in a superior manner.  ALSO, ManufaCiiirpr of Carriages, Buggies, Wagons, &c.i ai^d repairiiiji d^ne on short notice-^nne door south of the ¡Hack-smith Shop, on 01 an «tro<it.  AngeliciX.N. Y.  B AXT E K » S  mìENmMiP, - ç?^  (KstiiUlisl,,--! in fTFÎTTÎ  Studeiit.i fjriduiite.il'in voiMl and Instruiiiontiil mu. ali;, au J musical coiupusiti"". _  . ^ JAMK« BAXTKn..  ; ' ' ------ ---- I'rlucii'al and l'roprtrtrtt^.-  "S^Sond for a çtrcnîar I4(n;:tf  Amos R. Smith, .  OFGan";;i(l-!a,\vould r«?pectt"iiily annontico to the iilllicted n-lativef of d.'C«'a,rd sol diers, thiit II; Is a le;:illy anfiorizud AgenI for Allegany aifd a^joinin^ Gouiities, to prO cure Rniiiities oi Jìeceased Soldicra^ Alio for the cdilcotion oflia.'-k i' iy and [V-nsions.  D.Ued, Gaii'^adea. Ntivch 2'.i.lS()5.  CITY PIRE INSìmANCE ffíMP4}fT. ^ "Capital $250,000.  PIKENIX INSVRANCh iìO., New York City,  •NORTH AMERICAN INSURANCE CO., Harttord, Connecticut—CapUol $30(^,000.  METRIPOLTTAN INSURAÌÌCE CO, New York Gitj._ ^  Insurance Vsan be effected with tlift sub-B.M Iber la the above Old "ei»iabUsbed Stock ('ómpantes, on DwellingP, Stotea, Churcheg^^ li'fictóri^ Pér80iraiT*ròper^^ òij tonns i'8 favorableà'a othef responsìble InstUutlóne. AMy communicationè adàreÉSed to, biro at ll'itnellsville >vill Tiieet with prompt attention, J. 0. MILLER, Agen».  March 8,1863—- .  ANGELICA, y. t., WEDNESMY, MAY Ä fortïj},  The iìVii American.  I am «live American/. _ life's momlng on my brwwt; In Mtlon, action Is my lieavcn,  ButTophctJaiuiesL- - - , -11i/npple savage iTature's mane,'  And male lier to mc lH>w, WhUe the Iron Trump of Action storms  In thunder o'er my brow-Push along, puBh along, kefep moving 1  I cmvc no other nation's land;  It muiit not crave for mine: If It in%'a«.lc8, here is my sword, ' And yonder 'yawns the brine,  Ro. Iptnlong.-th» isiH»n''r'^'T " - -  AGENTS WANTED' no^v RÉ^ID Y !  j:„ÏUJl JIXD L^ Y' S of the War,  GOMiLETE In TWO VOiiUJlES.- ALSO ISSUED complete In ono yolomo.^ ComprlalnB. over 12QQ iloynl octavo Piiges, and 70 fine Steel lingraviiigs. The best, cbeapost, most iutorcsHnff, popular and.Aal-ualile History of the RobelUon publiBlied, which is fully attc«tod by tUo enormous salo il has reached, and is now Sijlliug v.itli iacrcnsing rapidity  OUR AGENTS SAY 11 IS THE BEST BO(M{ THEY EVER SiO'LD.  Bold only by Subscription. Exclusive territbrj" Riven. School Teachirr.«, Farmers, Ofllccrs and S«l-diei-ii who have returned f.omthowar, and »"> "celt-iiig profltiuble ciiiployme.nt please tcend for our circular giving full piirticulas. Address  AMEIOAN IPtTBT.I.SIIiSG OOMP ANY.  148 .\sylnm Street. Hartford, Conn.  SCKAKTos i; Uwnp, Agents  Cough  Ito Mofv!  WaöfiRS* AX I>  BY  COOK & rOKSlTTH  DR. STRICKLAND'S  ■MKLL'IFLUOU.S ,,  - Ooxigh Balsam  III v. arranted to bo the only prepa-rattaaUnown to euro couKhs, colds, hoarseness, asthma, looping couRh, chi-onic coughs^ consumption, R ET'Al t -gpin^ prepared from honey  and herbs ithkhoallng, sofleuiJig. and expectorating, and partlcularty-^Mltflble for sll offucUuiia of the Thmnt nnil T.T!nD!^:For Balc by Druggists «very-  ThcMclementa must Ih)w, While tlic iron Trump of Action stonna  In thunder o'er my brow-Push along, push along, keep moving |  But not for merely matter's wealth : I'm conqnctlng the rx)nu; No 1 'tig that Science, Letters, Art,  Shall share my mighty throne: And. yet unto their coronals  :_iltt4tiill^ho nations-boWj......  While the iron Trum p of Action storms  In thunder o'er raybrowr^-  .....  The lighining is the pen of Qod . On yonder sicy for mo: It writc.s, so all the'world may read, .'^Eoriivcnnore Bi} Frec^*^"  fort, giving natjsea fullncsa, acidity; wind, etc.  Milk, however ficBb, pnre atid ricìi if drunk largely at each «neaî, ntiv » ¿lass or two, is ifeneariy hnrtftil (o' invalids and sedentary persons, as iT tend« to cause fever, constipation' and billioufi. nCBB.  Field PeM.  Niagara answeras the comtnami,  '•To Mortal Never UoVv !" While tVie iron Trump of Action storms  In thundei; o'er my^ow— Push along, push along» keep moving! -  Oh, how divine, how vast my Ciocd I  Earth, .Heayfcf], own itij Hpan: ' 'Tis niinliow-archcd irelief in God,  And," also, faith in mcr?».-Tliis is the Creed that's bound to make  Tlie king-blasphemers bow. While the iron Trump of Action storms .  In thunder o'er my brow— Pu.sh along, push along, lieep moving !  Ohwelcomeio this iVcirWorld^i^lifo 1" .  Nor shall 1 slower sweep Till Nature'ii hiane is wro-tthed with iloivcrs  On every conquere«' steep. Then I, pcthaps. will yci"n to make  .Some other planet bow, While still the Trnmp of AcVion storms  In thmvU-ro'ei-my brow— Pusli alone, push along, keep moving !  iwmm  April 11. 18GC:mL  ~ ÍROVESTEiír & CO., mm FORTE S^iÄfiUFACTÜREBSr  4t>í> Ifii'ailivii j-, Aí-w VoyIi. 'piIE ATTENTION of tlie I'ublic and the trade ir 1 invited t:i our ní.w Scale seven Octave, lîo.tE-woop I'lako Fouies, wlitch for volump .ind pniity of tniic are iinrivalli'd b.v .-viiv hitherto offered in this marl;>^t. '/'!i<'.v i'"!itxiii! nil fiii> iiindefn imiiroveineum Freilich rhukI aciioj>.^ari> p^dil iron-tranio^jLvcrz. srruiii IvriSi'retcrr aiid (»acTi iñauiíménrficíñg liíaüe under tliií pfr.'-'on.il sdiH-tvisiou of Mr. J. H. ({rovcRteen, >1-1.o 'Imi» .. iirartical ('XiK^rieuro of "'cr thirty years in their iinuatactUre, Ja r!illi'«-arri»nt>;d 4u ovoi-y p^rtK-ular. '  The "Grovesteen Piano Forte"  "Uecc:- i-il the liij-;lii st an ani df merit at the celebrated \\'oriil'.-< I'aii" whi'rc wi'i- v •■Khibibiti'cl itiptrunicuts liorti tlie bíi.Hí. 2 aîicrs of I,riii(lon. Paris, Germany, Pli^ladelpTîia. Ualtiiu'Tc, Itustoii »bd Now York; njid also-at thil .VineriràIiislitiife for llvr MUeepsvive yuara, tbu (ii>lcl and Silviir Med'.iï« fr<mi bothof which can bo Seen at our Ware P.onnis.  Jbv Uiî> introdiitílitii» of imijrovenicnts wcíTnako-1» - , _ ^ _  stiil-maiuií3crfpí-4^1'.i.-nio Forí^ Bnd4>vrman«fact»rH>B^-ciTnrrry^nTÏÎK'^CT^ I l'Olii  with ;i htni'tì.v cash .syritöm, arò e'niiqled to of- - --- . ~  f'-r tlioai'ii)<h uiiio!it,s at a priée wliicii will preclude" all competition.  Our'4)!l';eH are from $100 to $200 cheaper thau any first clas>< Piano-fort<^  N'Txr^-itt in i-nripiit. funda. U-i^-Go---  llescrlptive circulars Seni Free, .  MäV  Housekeeping Hints-  Iloaltli is ¡mpairerl, iind oven life lost sornetitnc!H,' bj" using irnpcrfect, unrip'p, musty or decaying articles of food. The .«ame money's worth of a smullev amoiint of good, is move nutritious more heulthUil, jnore invig-or;iting than a mticli lare:cr {vmoutit of what is of an infer ior quality. Tliore-T()Tc gcTpoO it good  until nsed. TlcmomVior that.  Firtih il/i?a/.N' nhouhl bo kept in a cool nlaco, bjit" not ffcuzing ox in actual contact with ice.  Flour ¡ind Jilml should be kcfit in a cool pl tcc, with a space of ati inch or tnnrc hot \vc(>ri the flower and the bottom of the li;ii!tt>l. • ' Sugarji\ lhi.\-iinn ^siigaiv ia seldom  Go among farmers an^-^hero much south of the limits of New York, and talk about "field peas/' and you will liai-e them staring, ver/ likely inter-rupting yoH with^ "Why what .do.von  in the licld? Never heard ofsilch a thing."- i  Well.  it is true. There are a ^re^t many thousands of good farmers in íhc United States who ; have «over heard of peas bei ng cultivated as a field crop. They would be better íariíiQre, and better off, if they would4iear of itr and put pea culture in practice as á part of their agrictiUural cconomy ^very  yean  The common field f^a grown in Canada, New England,! and the State of  N.e vvJYodc, ia..  to fewer dangers of climate and in-sect pests that any cf our cereals, as «¡i crop, either for maiket or honie cou-sumption, always jis renumerativo as any of our grain or root crops, and. as a natural iortilizcr is eqtial to the be.st  of our leguminous piints.  Boiled semi-soft, and mixed with fine cut hay, straw «>« roots, lueic ia no more paiufciblo or wholesonie- food for winter fet'ding of sheep and Jiorn-ed cattle; boiled softer, and fed to poul-tiy will iiidMCo Jayjng-  Capitaf fattening food'. Boiled peas  win, puuuU lur puuiiil, put. pOrK on a pig taster than corn, and pork just as sweet and solid too.  For food for hfimanjty, counting fairly by weight, pints tfioroughly and propuily cooked ailijrd more .true man-jnaking material Uian anyihing else We Cat The relatirc vahmof various kinds-of food has been so cloariy .established by an army of able chemists, that we know to a nicety which is which, and' what they are. Making wh;at the standard, We have th(i rela^ tivo value of the most common articles oi^liet standing thus:—  ..........8,y p»r cent, of food proper  •SO " " DO " "  1,3 .. ..  80 " " •  i,'0 •'  _____«________________  '25 " "  n ' •<  liitlò dogs, nVäic or femaîo. Don't sit down to'it ; stand up, Need not b« an.Jt-ioua about getting in a croWíí.—Two  Whent Brc.iu Beans I'eaa Barley  Pottttoda' ('¡irrota Turnips  Thus it will be seen that peas hav^ the Icad^ aTixt takuTg airthe merits of tlie crop into consideration,every farmer in tfic country would be the gainer by putting in a Ave aero pea field every year.  Work a Blessing.  Throat and LnngK^ where.  IN  I N GKLLG A:  bp EVERY DESCRIPTION and STYLE.  Both Home-Madé and "Boughlcn,"  Whlcii will boiBold • Cheaper titan nt any other Establishment in the^State,  In .addition to our .......  Complete - Assortment  DR. S^ ^  Pile Eemedy  ___Has cured .thousands of the wprat  ca.'ics of blind piles. It gives iibmcdiato relief, atid eilects a permanent euro. Try it directly. It is warranted ^»^ttre. Por-sale-by^ll-Bmggists at 50 conta per bottle.  «íitíTOR J STRiCKÙHO'S Tonic !  DYSPEPSIA.  DR. STBICKLAND',S TONIC is concentrated prepaj-atjon of roots ana herbs, with antiacids\ and carraino^ tives to strengthen the stomach and nervous system. It is a certain remedy for dvepeps^a orladlgeslion, ncrvottsneBB, loss of appetite, acidity of the stomach, flatulency and debility, It Is not acholic, therefore particularly suited for weak, nervouS and dyspeptic persoris. F< by all DniKRists c^-crywhere at $1 per pottle, jan' ly- 7U>0  Looking Glasses,  OVAL PICTURl': FRAMES MOLDINGS, A Gliu vr V.VRIETY OF 8 rYI>BS.  Also. Carved OUNAMESTAt. BUACKET3, and various other Household Fixtures. '  Spring Beds  SeTeral Different Patents.  xM ATT R J5 S « K S »  X largo Htock and Great Variety,  C VTJ. AND S1:E US BEFCXI?E BUYING. P. S —The trade can be supplied with Chairs, Bedsteads, and all other Cabinet Ware, in the white or finished, on liberal terms. a. W.COOIC, E. A. FORSYTH.  Main Street, oiie door wcrit'of tlie Rjithbum Hotel. . ^T  1423 .\ng»;lica, N. Y,  Billiard and Kefreslimen Saloon.  For sale  Brazil, Porto Rico, and S.:inta Cruz. Loaf,, cni-shed and granulal.ed sugars have more sweetness^and^g^^Jiulh^ thiTTi iTro wñr  Jhillcr fi)i ^viliipr n.se sjionld bo niadii in mid-autimiit;  Lard that is haWt and white, and frolli hogs niidcr a year old is best.  Chfífíse ."oft between the ííngi us is richest and best. Kvep it trcd in a rbag bung if»tr t:ool, dry place. Wipe off the mould with a dry cloth.  Bice, large, clean and fresh-l«3oking is best,  "Sago, small and white called "Pearls," is best.  Cofeemnd lea should be kept iiv close canisters, and by ihemsel vtís. Purchase the former green, roast and  fflitid for each day's use. ■ L :_________  Apples' Oranges and Lemons keep longest wrapped close in paper, and kept Ml a cool, dry place. Thaw frozen appels in cold water  Bread and Cake should be kept in a dry place, in u wooden boXj- Avired in thè sun every day or two.  All strong-odored food should be kept by itself, where it cannot scent the house.  ■WTttr  M.VUFACTCRKRS  JAMES IRVINE,  ANGELICA, NKW YORK,^  WOULD respectfully announcii-tliat he has taken the Old Stand of lialthazlar n the Corner of Park an^cl 5fain St.. where e proposes to mihistprfo the cOmfort. of a ho may favor Mra'^wUh their patronage.— i« Billiard Rcoms and "rablefl will always kep> To prime order. Kefreshments in eat variety.  Oi^sfets,. Claiim^ - I^Qhster.% . Sai'dinea, Pitrs Feet. Pickled Tripe. Egffs, Pies. Cliecne  - eake%. Fruits. Nuts, Candles,Choice —=—.Bnra#a-of-SlcgatS7'XXX ^^__  FfflSf^ CLASS SàLOÒÌi  Tvill b'i served::TN_8Tsij;, _*li)a .demand»'.'--  REVOLVERS,  Muskets a nd Carbine§j  For the UnitedSliftV;s Service. Also.  POCKET AND BEIT REVOLVERS,  Iloi><catlngr X*lBtol8,  IlIFLK CA.-y'-KS, liBVOLVLXG liinhs Rifle k Shot Gun Barrels, i: Gun Materials, genncral-ly. Sold by Gun Dealers and the Trade throughout the country.  In these days of House Breaking and Robbery every House, Store, Bank, and Office should have o|ie df REMJNGTOB'S R^OLVillS.  Circulars, containing cut^sJid description of our Arms will bo furnished s^iSn application.  E, I^EMiS'GTON & SOXS, lUon, N. Y. Jlocni; & NicnoLs, Acents,  Ao 40 Ciiurlland .W., A'cw Vork,  rnaf. i21.  UNITED STATES  STlEXiL, S'^J^* WORKS^ FACTORY, GAMDEN, N. J,  effort wilT be spf^red to render the establiiiti aaeat, nEsKiiviNo ofjha Public fftvor.:  JAMES IRVIN  R. ESTJERBEOÖK & '  STEEL PEN MANUFACTURERS,  wAEmiomm::.  4Q3 AMI! SfBF,Et, PHILADEfJPniA, 42 JOII.V STBECT, NEW. YORK. -  An¿é^ioar,-ApTÍ M StSfîl  I;M.EVATED OVEN tiîU>V«d-S|x »»ri-JClÜMorciitefr,*adpipe ton-'.iast received A. LOCKUABT * CÒ'I  . ' 'S ^ ' )  «¿àûÂI  .TlicM Celebrated-JPcniirc of Gcnnlnfr-Amcrtc«» "Majiuiacture, «ud comprieo everj'MadfDg'ityle In the MarkoU and ar« CQuai In finish, elaaticitjr and^ne-ness of point to the best iniportcd. Th«-y are, therefore, but« to gain the coandeocc «ftlw Avcrican  pabUc,------------ - -------  SAMPIJI^AXI) PRICE» OK AFFLICATIDN,  toUlUde to Order, .01 i^y pattern or  Tor M« to the Trade a tk« MwvtictuMr'allare. iKMuMk «>4 at itMrbr all8tetionera,Book«  ^y-«houhl be piled up spaces bet wee them in a dry cellar, having tlie air all aroirnd itrto dry it for months before using; the drier, the Xgb^ waste. ;  Cranberries covered with water will keep for months in a cellar.  Potatoes spread ovei^ a dry floor will not spiodt. If they do, ciit off the :8proul8.<dt^ fir^ozeii, thaw them in hot water, and cook at once. By peeling ofi the skin after they are cooked, the most nutritious and healthful part is savtid.  Corned Beef should be put in boiling water, and boiled steadily for several hour^..  Hominy or Samp should steep in Warm water all night, and boil all next day in ,an earthen jar surrounded with water. • •  Spice and Peppers should be groiitid fine, and kept in tin cans in^dfy place. A good nutmeg Weerfs^Vtlie puncture of a pin. Cayenrie^^Jtipper is better for all purposesjof-iiealth thati, black.  ¿fean^^'liitp, are the cheapest and i]M.st^tritipus of all articles of food in tms country. The best mealy potatoes sink in Ktrong salt wateir."  Hot DrinH are best at meals; the, less of ajiy fluid the better Anything cold arrests digestion on tlie instant ~  It is hurtful, ai\d is a wicked waste of iood to ¿oLmthoutjij^^  Many young men have filhers that are well oO'.a^id they luwe no ambition, and no particular prospect. They «eonrTrirade7--Arnrairthat irtoo well born lor \i trade i.s very well born for a gallows. Thousands of parents, wha by industry, have gained a posilion which enables them to de.slroy their chiklreiij take the' surest nieans of ac-cpmpiishifjg tKeir desti-uction- by encouraging there in idleness, iand allow-i^ ing them as they grow up to feel th.it" it is disgraceful to yriJrk at whatever manual labor best suits his talents, no matter if his father is a ministeri or a lawyer, or a Rcnator, f>r the President (jf the ilniti'd States. Many young men are looking forward upon life AVith the general idea that.they are going to enjoy them.'?elVes. /they arc provided with till weedfaVphysicat-comfoftB; and they mean to be happy. They have no trade. They slight their profession. Their whole governing principle in life is shirk anything like work} and they expect to  out industry. iRiit no man niHiis^woild will be happy who violates the fundamental law of industry. You mnst work, if you arc goii)g to be a happy  OfKissingj  The lady who penned the following nt'cda no other griraVranty. that dhe is Au fait in thefdefectablo »rt.  People w»ff_ ki«ii, jpt. iiot-one in m linKdfCid Knot^s how to extract blisf from iofely lips, no more than they know now to make diamond« from charcoal.^ And yet it is not easy, at least for us. This little item is not alone for new begj'finera, but for the many who go to it like, hunting cooirt oTsheliing corn. First know whom you are to  a mistake may be good. Don't jump up lifce a trout for a fly, and smach «; wcmaifon the neck, on the ear, or on the corncr ofher forehead, or on thtr end of her nose,- or knock off her waterfall, or jerk her bonntit ribbon, in hasto to got through. The gentlemati should be  a little the taller. Ho should have C^cIeanTace, a liind eye, a mouth full of expression, instead of tobacco.  .WHOtE iyp.  W^t Weiddiig Men njay BeooiM.  persons are enough tT3 corner and catch a kiss; more pertions spoil the sport/ Stand firm; it won't hurt any after you are usiid to it. Take the left hand' of the.young lady in your light; let your hat go to—any place out of the way; throw the left hand gently over the shoulder of the lady, and let the hand fall down . upon the right side toward belt, Poi)'t be in a. hurry; draw ner gently, lovingly to your heart; her head will fall lightly upon jourshoul-der—tin^a handsome shoulder strap TtTijBkes. UonH bo in a hurry; send a  ittln Vlfn »lA%iin vnni-.lnff art>i ..»'l  cnoW its business. Her' left hand,is in youi^ right; let there b.! an"exprcs-. sion to tVat, not like the grip of a vice; but the gentlo_clasp, full of electricity, thought, and respect. Don't be in a hurry ! Her head lies carelessly on your shouUler 1 You are nearly heart to heart! Look down into her haK-closed e>;c8/ Gently, yet manfully, press hei tor your bosom! Stand iirm, and Providence will give you strength for the ordt^.-vl ! Be brave but, don't be in a hurry. ITer lips are al-tnost open ! Lean lightly forward \V'ith your head, not the oody.  Take good aim, the lips meet—the eyes close—the heart opens—-the soul rides the siorm, troiible, and sorrows of life, (don't be in-a' hurry)—heaven ojieus-befere-^ott'-^ the- world bHogIs  from under <laRli-  es across the evening sky (don't be afr.tid)—the norves_dflncflllic'foro_-the  It IS not given to all to l>e masters of Bong, like Burns; of arf, like Palisiy or Gibson; of engineering skill, like 5tu-'  of abstract science like Ferg* uaoo or th« elder Herschel; yet these, at first:, were alt poor or working men, who gained their education by their own efforts—who did battle with pinch ing povertyr Iftclrof educational nieans, pwj^cc of class, and all those Hons which stand in the way of men of weak  on I would.'» All cannot be field-marshals in the army of lii|);bnit somewhat iQwer, yet.very honorable grndea have been t^tained hymen once in ti.eranks vthof -while iKivclf' for a mpmoiit despising the honcfit lalwr by whld» they gained honest brea<l,werc >Vot iii;ipa^ tt) consider that working,'„eMl^^lalLd sleeping juro all that i.s worth liviu for.  WonU yott ]Uc91» knW titò wm^  - ÂÂSÏSïïÂ"*^"  And iust ho w lie, trwte ih wife f  IlQwr apfflfTf ft^ ÜBffr,----  Whetlieraonowfulori  And where be goes for pi_  To the, #oiM)ert or Ito pisy f  if yon wjHh It J »ÍB téli  J let iKc wftiffflf to too dr,« If yoar nclBhl)çr h bttÌ«ÌTÌÌ, H fffí)^ joüf  In íhíM-i înstèaiî of t»rH«S ' JËlËâtiîsdWJdùtot  it voa d« your s,vfu Imt jaitíoe,  \í»n will havo no lime for th^ Ilo fttt<sl><ivß tö such rhattet» M c'ouccm yourself alone, An<l whati-rer fortune ïLittèi», I.ct your ÍiíHHHfís ha ijmtr «mt,  OiK' tvv.rd by way of finis, ■Mit «10 wiiispw to ycrnily^^  -------------  just erected altar of love as- zephyrs dance with dew trimmed íloWérs—-the heart forgets' its bitterness, and the  art of kissing is learned-.....Xo,noise, ny  fuss,, no fluttering and squirming like hook-imp.iled worms. Kissing don't  make it legrd, Don't jab down on a beautiful mouth as if spearmg for frogsS Don't grab And yank the Judy as if she  intiHtgcntTy performed, Ih.ey foil them-^ sfelves to' be free citizens of the, cinpire of thought,in which true men take rank according to what they easontialty ar(\ tjuitfi'independenlly of "the conditiona of their life. When the sun hhino.s it shines for all, lord or laborer; and thf^ prccipua instincts which make men bc' lieve in good and beautitul things, treasure up and nourislt the suggcii-tions of nniveHi.al nMurc/ and CT?lti7;ttt; the talents entrusted to their carr-,' are bestowed as the simshinc. Look into any biographicdl dictionary, and yoii will see how little the circum»tanccs of early life havo been able to imnedo the c.ireers of really great men. Keal men-tirencrgy soon masters them, and  ^TjJ^l^P.q t.h/>nv %........ .i»».  If ypRï "wisfisio bö taiiwtei.' you tBt¿VcfoUíü to  sas-  Uv\lMdKtutatriü, and tawsiÓíieic.elufÜMn '  ' , CirAP.207.  AÏÎ Acr lo Ojn ".iii «et «Btitle« «a «et lo —--an .-.et entitled an acf in ¿«le  Grand and î'.)Ut Jnrorí.V  ciKht hundriid »ndslxt"^?^^ ■ Passed Aíaivh Ift, iPö«; «»i—t ftntii titlM mmuit Î7.« .ftiií.Vi« rtjpm^Zê^  How THINOS ARE WOBKIKO.'—Ex-GoV, Ilolden of North Carolina wi'ite's to a United States Senator that hundreds of loyal people aro daily leaving thiif State for the Northwe.st, and that ail loyal pien will be compelled to le.tve, himself umong Ihe resti, unless protection isiitlorded'them by the government. The same condition of things oxiwts in an airgravaled de^iree in oilier elates. AlJnion rnaii in Texas writes to the Now Yoi-k J\)St,thnt tiio old ceHsion leapcrs now control o¡)inion a-gain, ,ind in many part.s oh .the Stat'\ Union men are obliged to Kubmit to ev ry insult and indignity, being l.iequi.nt ly beaten a nd abuatuVíHi,-l-tlitt t 'in ■ fac t,  Juindreids have been killed Hinco th^í oaatirt.- iu i ui-^er eoiíniy.inc nu-  fians tooly possession of an cminenco  neat^the town andi?ept'it]TTriirf~u"pojj  theeoiirt ho'use, making it imjiossiide  to hold court, and so prevented the  trial of some their a.ssociates in cirimc.  KH.r Jí'íü'Mi/, Cq .TIOÍÍ <M/t)«<rtwV  Kr..T:i(/N J, Tho flwt «ectlon died and füvty-íivíí of thft law«-«.^  I; l.-TíjoñrstctctiVaol'ehaptwon» kwaâwdie^  <} 1. Tho fov,.«, . ^ mtantâ m  stato may, at thetr fiK!?"'«« of alter tho of iMslfi.i!». "  ins two dollars a dai', ond toi  •aSnShS  and petit jnrorfpr aftatnUnff hi'ia wiihin th<ilr scvcrrt couatt othfr fcr» which snch lurots may j may also direct anaiiovraato tsf bt^wiiteW^aZL jurws for ,lmvemiiff»Jn cotaipgiqr, SaC^nSi  froin BncUeonrt^, not Mcendin'Ta»« c^ * j^--suoh money shall bs raised in the tmmtm a* St^ count.V- rhsrRes are by Jaw raised »4 ocdlMiaS.^^ - b H. Tins act shatl tike effectImaMdjSSJT^ ' ■ Statr or New Vohk, > OJIiw. oitJje Secretary of 8(«to. / -  _ I havo 'comp.aredthH procodittir'trltti aw on file in thw office, wdib. Bti^ewtSttS t)io ivvuio is.-v corrcct tranicript tiiorwOfwsi**^ \ThoUi Of Miid orlfliii,dliiw. ^  riiAKeigc.mutt'Hr.',  a^^ffiUdii; .  ri'^-ery inv,-adii^eienttiinealuOitwTuininii t ipr,;'!.;osmneiict. and taku «S^ «oouteii  Ue Mat... r„i .J,,a «Ot bcfon! the tweattoS^iAS-Uii-,v.iy r.iAi Hiiiil as imitUMhr  JEv'Ty ."(1 piibUMiM ■  And throughout the Slate it i» next to impossible for a Union man to get a jjidgujentju any-4[;oui1j^^.^iniipJ<^tcly:  hm-r/it don't rex^jihielli^^ law under the  control of the ruffianly element. The writer states that thè Union men are diggu^sted atjthjgjiMirHe thin ing, aad some who fought trti thè side of the Union during tho war . say they would never do it again; thoy  bore'iíTlñ euJcu^e from the paMv in ^/¡SSkS^M he toRlained. in all Uio courU^a(«c«JÜU<hto5<3f  ^tí^yHiüU it -«hiill bû tliqugbTlMMlM l"'rthereto, untilthroo monthM i^rlMr4faM«(('  r-P'.'Vm ill uli'oh it bticanio " i-arf i, iimíiñríiíatñícáí; 'iSO.l ■ ■  AN ACT ti ü^ixe.'is the laúd« aotitl) at IHuMg r<V',T in tho fnvti -fT'iithTillrji In Hki WHwlj^ í-^tnrmi^UK. îo'build aliridn^kcroaáflHUIftmAia^ toappnlntAcomtnlsslnacr iolixiaUi mA wiiwiii ti;nduud thts constmotloit fifth« M|m; ■ April 10, I8C8: T'" T - n frfttn h ling |uUl Thcrc-,ph - -/ - « -, liiiiiVil n, and AssenMi/, ilo enad <n foBtwj SF.cTtON^, 1. Ualùdlbotho dntr  waa a^truggling coil. Don't muss her hair, scratch down her collar, bite her cheek, squizzle her'rich ribbons, and leave her uni.s.^ed, rumpled and mixed. Don't; llavor ;yonr kisses with onitms, tobacco, gin cocktails, lager beer,brandy^,-«te.v for a maudlin kiss is worse th.wthe Hclt^^ deiicatCT^lovmgr^B'^n^  siblc woman.  do not thiiik a government that cannot or will not protect them worth fighting for.  Passage of thè Jfenilon BUI-  WAsmxGTON, Miiy 18—The follow ing proceedings were had on the Pension biHv - . Z : . — The bill to repeal certain sections of the Pension .acts of 18652,'64 and '65, and «^iìh«tìtntf> ♦hernfiir-^—pcoviaion  llKir ». iaM:6iil.  iincLaaa.  pea, c3peciaily ftir children. The same amount of stomach'power expended on Buch a small amount oi-food, a3 to be digested, pc^rfectly, without its being felt to be a Isibori namely: jtyjtliQUl.any-aypreciable discooiTort irt. any part of thè bbdy, gives more strength, and vigor to the system, than upon a larger amount, whicbis felt to require any cf-  if God had meant that you should be aJbutteiiJy, you would, have been bom a butterfly. And as you were not born a motil or a miller, but a man, you must accept tlie conditions of your manhood. And if there is one principle that ii more important at the very thri's'iold of life than another, it iajAai man is^orix--i.o woric?^HrW. Beecher.  Exaggeration —If there be anj* mannerism that is universal among mankind, it is that of coloring too highly, the things we despribe. We ¡^anifot be content with a simple relation of truth; we mus^t ex.agg^até; we must have a "little to míích red in the brush."—^AVhgevér hoard oT a dark night thai not "pitch dark?" of a stout t^n that was not as "strong as ^v liorse V or a miry road that was not "up to the knee?" \ye would walk fifty miles on foot to see the man who never caricatures a subject on-which htrspeaks But where is such a man to be found ? "From rosy mom to dewy eve," .in our conversation we ^ are constantly outraging .truth. If somewhat wakeful in the night,"we scarcely had a w^itik of sleep' if our sleeves get a little damp in a shower. " we are as wet as if dragged through a brook;" if a breeze bl o w« « p whil e wearer i n -the ' lia rbor, the waves,are sure to "run; mountajns high and if a 4nan grpm rich, we all JSylM^--»ipfe^^ No 1 ateTithan  giving $25" per month to persons the military or naval service whOrMst both eye» or both- hands^rbeen so permanently disabled as4^cquire the constant and per^onai aid of another person rftnd^lgC^jierinoiithttilhoscTvho lost both fcet orohe hand one foot, or beem^jirmanently disabled ^ to be in capacitated from performing mantial laboivwithoutr^being totaliyinqapacit^ t^ tliei^foir: ^  _____lln-Be«cher, whd i* something  physician,as well as theologist^tafiner, cditor,author,lecturer and refcinner gen erally,8ay8:— ^^ JUPur teeth d^.ay, hence bad breath, uriseemly j^outiis, irnpcrfect mastication. J^-tirybody regrets it., WJiati is wantWcle^  The bill algo fiiafees void any pledge, mortgage, sale, assignment, or transfer of any right, claim or interest in any pension, and provides for ptinishment by fine or imprisonment, or bpthi by persons violating provisions of this act. ■ ; ..-K. . ■  - Ittilso^providosiior Pension for Wîd ows or minov children, or eitecuiors of persons/whb died in the service.  VVinckle offered, an amend ^¿lit providing pensions for widows and children of colored sotdiers who died in the service, without-other evi dencç of marriage than proof that the p^arttes liad habitually recognized each other as^ man and lived together as such two years next preceding enlistmeitf [Adopted.]  Several other amendments were adopted and thé bill passed.  fiupfryisors of CatUtaptiB couutjvJit nB«l wsslan-,"tn causo forty ccnta idde-......  ■era. «o M  How to Bave Yonr Teétb^  tnjn  'Xclean tooth nevcir decays. The mouth is a warm plac«—ninety-eight degrees Particles of meat between the teetli decompose. Gums.and teeth must suffer Cleanliness vvill preserve the teeth to aiSTold age. Use a quill pick,and rinse the mouth after eating; brush tind u«o white castile soap every morning; the brush with pure, \yateron retiring. Be-^tow thjs trifling eye upon your precious teeth,anii you will keep.them and ruin the dentists.. Neglect it, and you will be sorry »11 your lives. Children forget. Watch them. The first teeth determine the character of the second set. Give them equal care. -  "Sngaf^ acids, hot drinks, salcratus^ are nothing compitr^ with föodllecöm posing between the teeth; Mercury may loosen the teeth, t!8e may wear  Ipbr. one; tvo, three, four, five, aix, mìm»  tcu, «leven., ttf«lve, ihittecQ, foniteea, iSenL aia* teen,m'onteen,clRhtwh»inet»en, ■ ' " ono, twctity-two tivetity-tbr«, tw« five, In the torm of SouUt VaUey, aiùiUl àg^p UA: gltahyrivcr.-andcanm tbe Mine to M l«Ti»d «uà  South Valley arc í^^ioA tìià r ni imim. it m lectcd to bo pidd into thè co^y'tnwwy, «là «lUMk moucy sitali bo'bcldaotitic^tcd fotlwanlar «f IM «onmrtwloner, íicteltíÉftw stmoInteA le-jerneHiiwi  ^ 3. ^ Rum úf one thoQMuid dtdim' to kmhr appx^priat«d toward» bnlldiniirtlw -Tf. *-ifHn. mI .'Men tb« cominisaionor hurit^jlM. aNM« ¿2 famishaattstectánfniaéiu!« I»«M " Milrtiiijlljl s pemuDieat juul ralwtaBtial brMtoe ImmÌm« «imIML* •erosa Uie MiAfiw. aiidliM «hm lH*Wm««Sl fMtiUhmx tbtT^r«tMOMT Ih*ami kwekf appropriaied on Ui» tramat of tht CMWlMtor la Uie MUdtioiaimJMiaiMr.toÎM'Mi4 «m Itr -lha ^a commMna^r, to <íft*c1>a»|t«ttM> taáriM rM for the linUdiii^ «ad ' coaatnioUaa  ^ VnoardBarUn, «fthe Vátílf  CalUtanfinacoiiiitjr-.J»J»c«d»y.BMi»^ «MeiäSt a eomminsioacr, wbo«« dnty it (batí ba Js local» «ka Káid tfrtdge at or »«artho Qna1i*r Uñf la «MUtova, atthóiwint most iligible forf!^ íjoaatnvitéa dC a biiägii wlUi referr«nce to jiemáMao«. mmma aai convenience lar tbe XudlaTi reMrvatkw «aA iHr ü^ lie UMi. and to snperiltfond anO. Attâcf Ike IndllkMi thereof; with fiill'itower to «niüte .nuli laMÜaÉ, Mi  to contract for Iho huiIdirg ot «Kid brUtoa  ki. Inc3scofthflr)äfttU0r tüüaaallaaanw-affte^ aaul comtci(sioum!,.the county JailceafOalliinHMM county sJfctaU api>ointsoinojproiii»rp«MaJa*»tlai»  tea* laear-•r «M fMia  or bltn »o dyinff or wifusìug to aem. ^ Tho said commiAtioncr AbaU  Miuumá «a «M  Comptroller for the sum rec«lved te Ma SUtn Treasnr}-, and sliaU bollaMhi «a lAl ■neb anma nntil he.tbidlJC «atbbctôrT evidence thxf the tf twit»rt lH'T»ytBi-ftt-for. ih¿" lu the bnildinfr aud côTistnicUnii of mM taMtoa. - ^ The «aidT^rnnTnia^hurlíete» li# aeMMi tHM Uie dAicbartfcs of his àutieii,, abatí «WHsalf i beSk •with two more suñücs. to Ve «nptonà b» ' " treamrand deliver to lUiu aboiiA la tta' tea thousand doUanvcoQdttioaMlibaibe a and hon*sUy discbarifs bU datiaa iMMri lama  Tiny naiMKil they abaUbe aativOed Ihat aa  thmout, but. keep them clean and thef will never decay. This advicc is worth more than a thousand dollars to every boy and girl. B-ooks have been writ* on the subject; This brief article contains all that_i8 essentia." -  ftaUf diaebafgedhMi4liltea _ _  an aerTieca of atid eoemis*iWHn**ir abailbeentijled to tbne MMivM  ^«31 Im „■■.■i^II. lili til r^v  VtATKorKivKtaa,  OaeeoftheSaereUayaC ttri* 1 have cotaparaA tha paai law on file in tUa oMea, aa« _ ttiaMUMiaa «wrwul traaiulM, wbolapfaüdartifaMdlHr. ^  yesterday, a friend, wh0 would shrink from wilful misrepresentation, told iis hasti Iv-AS-ho passed, that the^ newspa-v per had uothiug in it but advertisement^  . A' ahild' In^^a was poisoned by* chewing ari eiiaraeled paper ^lollar. He died in two hours and the body at once turned  QurtE £/6iiCLCâïvÈ—A story is told of a cldrgyman who lived in Lowell, who' was vnce charged with having violently dragged V his wife from a revival nieelingj.'ind 'compelled her to go hbirte with him. The clergyman let tlie story run ahead till he haâ^ fai'r opportunity to give it a broadside:. Upon being charged with the offence, he repjied as follows: ■ r "  "In the first placé, I never attempted to influMce _niy wife in her view^,^ not her choice of a meeting. Seci^ly, m wife has not attérided any of the meetings for any purpose ^ whateveir. To ^ondude,^either my-wife-w liave any indication to go to those jaeetlng&,-"Finallyj^-I- .nevcyr-" h&J^ ^ "wife;?- r^l ; --  ' ...............i...-,i,r. .1 I r .111.11  A work hits appeared fa F)M^i^ by ; Auduord, entitled "Guerre aux He tho ohieet of\lrhUihki  Save tne FmiuzEBs.— Much matter of a fertilizing character is suffered to w^etc on farms for the lack oi a little care in gathering, preserving and ap plying it to the soil. Being distribiv ted in small parcels at various points, itiiaupgarded of little consequence, but if brought together'the sererj^r a-mounts Avould , as.Humo atl importiince whieMhe sei>erate parts failed to indicate. if the parcels of manure one fro quently sees about sheds, hog pens;hcn roosts, door,yards and the« like wtmi carfully gatlicred and applied to the^ farm and garden,-the products of each would be materially increased^ ^hile the cost of gathering and . application. ^wOTdd=bhi'oltyTepuidrby~thtr'Tiiu^ ^  A Qorck PftocEss ti» up a parcel of rich light-wbof* to fili a largo pot or k4»ttl«;f{«|.\'Ìi end-ways, not quite so pw  or ketrlo i$ deep; put U ÌK ' ligM fv that it will not slipi fmimé li  turned up side downj' haVi» iiwiiJlii. slanting plac.e to pnt it «n; «Uffiit I» plttced, havc mortar m^^fm  round the odge of the vc8«él iSìilftllM lowest side*,hav« hoie4« A» tfMrfl for the tar to m  the Tessei and arotilid it* eactfì 1 wlnié the tar is to run ottt^ànd yw iiil he the ownarof«  according to the sixe of th« iiijlh!irlHl> tlc,ànd richtirss of tlì» "pim: t f"  healthfalnesH resuUing ¡from thcîr remo Vhl. Where this refuse matter is not  augKgetilt-  mulates, till tlte preparation of the*.   

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