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   Angelica Reporter (Newspaper) - July 11, 1866, Angelica, New York                                 t  I«», 'f.i  M»  lin. ìi  •i*  m  M  íttu ««fc» •  a  m te  tr-à«,  n'i  b<««  irn», rtin «H hick  »IBI  mil' Wlj.  llAtt  rbtt-sd((  •iî Ititi  It It  m  I 11) 41  . ; W» ton M lacv»^ UtA mnip!«)«» aaaojrtoMiat of filkia WSwef tipe. «Iti »xeeUiet »«wee, ud »r« ifreM-MC «» A» t^btttiií tevCMm. boóki «{(m>ra< o»raa.  Midtaliair«bwN*«tt UnAt ori^uiAftlKr wrbiit-  VOL. XXX: NO. 1.  ANGEMCA, N. WÉDKESDAY, JÜLY 11, 1866.  X ff« Eggïëstoiï.  Wuteli Maker and Jeweler, and dealer_  U'aU WndB Df Clocks, Watches, and Jewelry Hepatrioft done on Rtiort notice sod reo,«  Angelica, Feb. 15. 18ß4.  1385tf  AMaELlCA INSURANCE OFFICE. Arotio Insurance Go. y  CAPITAL - - - - «500,000  ASijKra- ^^ - - - - - $660^00  _ R. LLOYI),^nt,  ^ ÄBfelic», April Í, 1865. • 1444.  Dr. C, P Carver.  D«ît4TIST  ™TíWW wom»'oT«rího itór«0í S. H. Bennett fc Co. Ib llnütl^ D»tU' Block, AngeUoa. «a» I b»TO tio yàHn«r. ' IM?:«  PEN SIGNS,  BOüNTIESj and Bao'c p&y, procured by tb« subscriber.  , R. Ll^OYD, Claim ARont. Ang<tica.N.Y..18B4. _HOUf  PR. H. B. GORTON,  Acconta Wanted. KVtRYT/HERR TO CANVASS FOR THB  OFFI-  - CIAI, flOtrrHrBRif HIRTOR* OF THE WAR, -  THE LOST CAUSE, '  BT «. A. POLLARD, of Vifffinia. Complete in one lir o royal octavo Tolome,, aearly 800 page», wUb 24 fine steet portraVi^ gif«  f^ of the liite Southern Confederacy-tbei Cam-pa'gns Oittlc» an«! Inc)<1ents of ihe most gigantic ■iruBfeleof tliie worW's hfstory. ^  There nre arready in thcHelri ho ieHs tban eighteen lltMoricRof the War. arranged by Northern Writers; nn(l to cort^ctly OBderetSnd the great dtrogiile throngh which wo have pnn^ed, we mast have the (Ueta iiml fignres as presented by b Snnth ern lllstorirtn; for wo cnn only arrive at the truth bv a knowledge ofthd eVenta flBscen bybotb par tica to the Hirngglo,  He ciirncs to »he work with the enconragement and Authority of (ienB.:R. B. Leo. Johnaon.Beflnre Tnylor, Fitzlmgh Lee. KX'(Jov Wlso, and other distinguished Confederate Leaders.  Who «honld^bav. Itl Every^familyrfor wliboui it the History of the Great Civil War la incnibpiete How to gelltr Apply to the Agent in yonr 16-caHty.or add reus the General Agent named bclow.  The T^nt Cnnse is the authorised and official Soathem History of tbe Tar. hy E. A. Pollflrd. The public ,ore cautioned against nny other puW»  catl(in-piu:porting to he this work.:--------  The libemi conimiRsion Riven, and the great.interest nt inifested for the work in every section of the country, offer« to energetic men and women whetjuaitert ihdncementa forratking money. AA-dress- KEVrCHAMJES PUTiiASIr -------~  4t0'  Batavia, tíencsce Ca., N. Y.  ^ TfítiásÍ^ Y.  1420  \ Agents Wanted.  HEADLEY'8 BEST WORK-NOW READY!  THE GREAT CAMPAIGNS OP GRANT & SHERMAN.  . By the Popular Htstorlan 3 T Headley. Author of "Life of Washington." "<?ncrcd MoanUint, •to. Complete in ono vo.ume. Handsomely illus. trated  ;rhemoat complete work od the' subject. [Hart-ford Daily Press.  One of the most popalar books on-th« Wiwi^tdieve-lan<t Leaden.  Orint and .German have found a popular Historian la the Hon. 3 T Headly's—N Y Tributie.  CAUTION.—Agents and the public, to avoid t'm-jpo*«7io?t, will, please notice the tltlc-pago, for many of the book,> recently issued as Hoadley's Works nra not by Hon. J T Hesdiey, the distlnRuished author of "Washington and his aeitcrols/' ".V'acrod UoUq-tains," etc.  Active agcnts-atftscUlng-iOO copies pet weei • Er-  .tfAini^.UcenienttolIered—Scnd-for-term»;------------  .dgi^BSL ___^____________________________—.....-  1 BEV CnABLElPUTNAM,  Batavfa. Genesee Co., N. T.'  ti  u, ill ne  09  P. M. FISH,  BI.A.jPKSliCi'TIi,  :'0  Corner of Main and Olean street, oppo-l'ite Rathbun's Hotel, where (til kinds •f Blacksmitbing will be done on tbe sbortcat notice, and moat reasonable teruas— and Horie and Ox Shoeing io a superior «anner.  ALSIV, Manufacturer of Carriages, Bug-glcs. Wagons, and repairing done on ^rt nQtio«--one 4oor south of the Dlaok. smith Sbop, on 1)1 -an street.  Angelica. N. Y. l3B5tf  (¡hl iTAA ^J®**- VBARI—Wo want agents ip l .fjS ' everywhere to soli onr difboved 120 Sewing Machines. Three new kinds. Under and uprer feed. Warninted ftya ycats,^ Ahove eelory op large comniliiloni jtaid. The Only machines sold In United States for less tban.flO, which are/ully licautrl by llmve, Wkeeltr A iViltrm, Grorer d-linker. Simmer <C Co., and BacheUler. All olber chcap macnincs are xnfringtmmt and the «Her or ««er are iioi»/« to arral /in^, an<I iwprM'jnineni. Circulars Yr«. Address, or oülupon Shaw k Clark. Blddsford.J/aine. [}anlO'(MS-ly  3 AX T E R'S  Institute of Pttsk,  FRIENDSHIP. AT. Y,  '(Established in ISol) Students graduated In vocal and instrumental music, and musical composition.  JAMES BAXTER. Principal and Proprietor. - *r-S«.ndiora fclrculat ii(W:tf  4J310S R. Smith,  OF Oaneadea, wpuld respectfully announce to thè afflicted relatives of deceased sol diem, that be iW lei^ally auttiorized Agent IM Allegany and adjolntn? Counties, to pro-tdrC Bounties of lieceased Soldier?. Also for the culloctlnn of BacK Pay and Pensions.  0«ted, Canoadea. March 29,18C5.  MUWITtlllE!!  IVaOl4BS.VL.G ANO RET.ilL  , \ BY' ■  GOOR^ rORSITTK  ÍN  A N fi Ei J e A :  jDFEVfiRY DESCRIPTION aad STYLE. Both Home-Made and "Boughten," , ■urhicli win b« sold f^teaper thma at any other Establishment in the State. In addition to our  OF  CABINET-WAftX  JLoJiave snJiandLa SpIondidJStock  : otas sea,  DVAi. PICTDilK FRAMES A FOLDINGS,  TO  ;: jos», rowvod - TTT-'^rr ~—"Sloul oilier Hoasehold Futures.  p V i n g 3 © d s  * il«T«iridDlfforeatJ*atenti.----------- ^ - -  A T T R E S S MS,  ^ .A lar^k Slock anC Oreat-Variety.  iCAl^AiiD 8BB DS BEFORE BCnnNa.  The -trade can be supplied .■witb Chairs, Bedsteads, ,ind all other |(!!itbinet W^are, to the white or finished,  on Nberal term».^--——- -  G. VV. GOOE, E. A. FORSYTH.  Main Street, one door west of the Eatbbum HoteL  " 1423 Aagclica, N. y.  BilllAr«  and Refrésiimen Saloon.  JAHES IRVINE,  ANGELICA, NEW YORK, ' ^nrrpULD respectfiilly'»nB<>i»;flce that he ' 'yV ta« taken the Old Stso4 of Balthazlat • . Corner or ^^iHind MalirStirjwherè  ivmay fàTorbtia jff«h tlLeir^patro^ , Bllliard Ilooms and 'Tablea ^U lAwaye • kepi In prime ord«r. Refretrtmenta lo —........--atTarUty. ................. ' '  ;[^hfitert, Clam», LthHers, r^iJ^ftV^k. Pielited Tripe, E«««, PÌea, Cb«ea« «■'fi FraUs: Nati, Cuidies, Cbòle«  . . Branda ofSegftrt, XLS. Ale, «ieverj tUftyperteiBi*! ^  ^^ X!;ASS SAtddH^  W epared lo mihw lift waeiaeaif Sài  . - .^iiià, to -.4C r jfi» <1 iTAIlit ' 1  ' «-^-"•-.•-BWJtìP'.i  ■ .. '.v • i.r i ..r  THE CAMP, THE BATTLE FIELD, AND THE  HOSPITAL.  OB LIGHTS AND SHADOWS OF THE OBKAT BB-BELLION.  Heroic, Patriotic, Romantic, Humorous, and Jragical.  Splendidly Illustrated with over 100 fine Portraits and Imntifnl Engravinprs.  This work for genial bum^r, tender pathos, start-lins interost, and attractive beauty, stands peerleEs and alone anions all its competitors. The Valliant and Brave Heartcdi the picturesque and dramatic, the Witty and Maryelous, tho Tcudar and Pathetic. The lioll of r^mo and Story, Camp. Picket, spy, scout, Diavouac, and siege; startling aurprisoa; won-dcrinr «scapes. Famous words and deeds of Woman, and tbt whole Pauorama of the War are here thriUlnijly portrayed In a masterly manner, at once historical and romantic, rendcriug it the most ample, brilliant and readable book that tho war has called forth. ° .  This work sells itself. Tiie people ere tired of dry details and partizon works, and wautsometliing humorous. romantic, and startUnf?. Wo have agent« clearing over $200 per month. Send for S-rculars.ond ^loe our terms and proof of tho above assertion.  A(ldre^.^ NATIONAL I'UfclLliSHlNa CO, 607 Minor St, Philadelphia, Po.  Julv 4.  t  1>1-. .f O - t. iN à^^ k^  AG EN Ü INE INDIAN, and a Chief oí II tribe for twenty years,wotild re-spectfiiily announce to the leadles and Ccntlc-ineu of thlf! place, Umt bo'can be confuitcd at ihefracey House, in BRLMO.VT, viz: On the 8th day January, the títh of M.<rcfa, tbe.'ith of May. Also, one day in everj two months daring 18<!6, of which notice will he gives in tijîs paper.  Also, at Wellsville. on the 9lh of Januarv, 7th of March, 7lh ot May,at the Clinton ilouse,  near t e Orpot. -------------"  1 make all my own Medicines and cuv » in  Ijidi tji luodè of curings______________  Tc re'ïi th It flivsiixiSr hoir to-------  \C. REJyÛNGTON & SONS.  AUTTLEKOBS.  (AT THIRTY.) Five hundred pounds I've saved by thrift  I A rathcr-nawlerate store:——-----  WbCQ I've a littie more.  (at fSSfi.) Well, I cati cnunt ten 'thousand-now-^  lljat'B better than licforej .^,, "And I may well ba satisfied '" ' When r-ve a little moie.  (at romr.) Some fifty thousand—pretty well— But I btye eitrned itiiOTe; ^, ^ —"However," rsKall mSTcor^ain '  When I've a little more.  (at sixtt.) . Ono hundred thousand—sick and old—  Ah, lifo Is half a bore; Yet liiin bb content to live  When I've a little more.  (AT sirvKNTir.) He dies—and to his greedy heira - He leav^ a countless store; His wealtij haajurcbMadhimjttomb---—  ---ATid:vi'ry lltllelmore.  BUFFAIX) AND WASHINGTON RAILROAD.  MAUFACTURERS  REVOLVERS, RIFLS,  Muskets aiid^  i-'or tin» United States Service,. Also.  POCKET AND BELT REVOLVERS,  nopeatius: i»i«tol»,  nrff f. r^yff^^ //I. i-Vif.ujA/2-Kiu.is-  ^ European War.  The Evoiiinff Post has the following brief, intelligible statement of the caus-es of dispnte which are about to bo settled by an appeal to arms—tho last resort of kings:  The occasion of the impending war  posal of the duchies between Austria and Prussia. There is no equity be-; tween them, which the public i^t large need inquire into, becauso neither has any title but the right of the strongeiv  There was a claim on tlie pArt of the Gmnayie^ei^ii  and Pru.'^8ia--join5ly~4ivter^«a«ti7-tlrm-{r  out the Gertnau ftderal forces, wrested the duchies by the strong an« from  Denmark, to which tlif.v had......belonged  for Toilr centurifs, and then agreed bo-twee.il llieinfielves to hold them for their joint disposal, as theirs bv right of a conquest with which the Diet had nothing to do.  By tlie Gastein treaty they agreed  that Prussia should ^jccercise-^ovis-  ional government in Schleswig, and Austria the same in Holstein,until they could agree as to the final disposal of both. Now Prussia complains that Austria has invoked the interference of the Gerrniiiic Diet as to Holstein, and in addition had summoned the provisional legislative body to transfer tee 8ov^Foi^ty-tf>-the-Dtrkc-ini^ Augasrr^n^ burg—two acts for tho prevention of which the two powers jointly took the Duchies in hand.  Prussia thereupon sends an artny tv1 occupy Holstein, which she has juiit the same right to do now aa she had beforej that is, no right at all. Aust-tria retires before tiie Prussian force, jtist as the federal forces retired before the two powers, and for tho same rea-!i(jn, that is, becaiiso it is more orudent to withdraw than to fight, jiVst then and there.  Prussia has therefore got all that she cares for,and by as good a title as she cares for. She has Lauenburg by quit clhirn from Austria for a pecaniar consideration, ncithei: of them having any light, except that they "tool^"it-jointlv She  has Schleswig by provisional oc-' cupancy, under the Gastein agreement with Austria, when they two had It in joint possession by right of conquest froin 'Dentnark; and ^o she can hold it until somebody appearn who is able to set aside that title by producing a bet-^ter one. Shtylas^iHiw H<jlstHi» in the same way that she and Austria got both the duchies.—by driving out the forces  in posscssicn. And tho only color of riglit that othors have for interfering is the doubtful public interest of enforcing the code of honor among thieves. ^  Joah BflUng^onMUtodg.  Evryboddy seems tew be giting era-zee over a new game,'which liaz jist bin diskovered, called billyards. itr4g^>layed-0n the top jw , a—t^Be  from ont iti iNHfo» «itti ' lim vtfjr-Mtliilwtiiybiil over Hhii Mhipt«. <m*hMl4o4W  lag unce n^mr-iritM •nn of Hbiertt l tW' >Ie of ail the StMlM^: Sait and a^eaooti^W^tavÉIÍ an old. faehiunud pwple*a eeeywtì*. Two montha ago wo nrp^'lMiiM the citizcpa of ttio North, ai^ilwimt at«p toward r^deominfc IN féítdl fro* fanatacimn. W« <Mj||ii1 it tppjjjpJtji South could l>c iMtàì^ im ' ¿M  and in no other waj. She kad in CungresH. It is fortaiùU ih» kai ^ not. The Ireátméñt afië ÌMÌà ^MCt «C ï th« hands of the rtdieal^ìlèsIfoMti throughant Uio Und s, delemhwS spirit of Jnstlce to onr peqpl«^ iMf . rights, which wilt trinmph m llie Wo iiiTokcd theoQiumriiMC^r W . city papers. Not oUc fM^ttmé^ TW peopie "«TV Itow-sbont laoTiniiHiiìiiillti " ul«>a will becomo immsiiieljr fÚMlar,, Well, wo can iijoijw jit it,.,.TIi»»k heaven tho ucopto óre muWpig. have anxiuaitly waitedf thi« *ikù'ri the deep," and it ha'a comic ^t Now, let all row IngcUirr, Imeí« mon t^nd ua a Gt>mmuu good* t j  Can any one donbt what .'-'«ipauMNi end" the Arafanche haa In vibw^f U k the restoration of the Sontli W ftU control of the govorafiwatj iMjgslw* of tho emancipatinn «eti,, •ndiMfiislit»' tioii of slavery and all its oonooipitaaff. The people will we that  4(h!8 not win. The Repablttattjpnaa« that give ¿onntenskticc tb lMe^iKov«»  Hoderii Bemooratlo Leaden.  Wc hav« before alluded to the fact that tire Cuba New Democratic Era not oi>ly frcjcjuently quotes but is also an apt pupil (»f tliat Model Democratic Editor "Brick Pomeroy." A4l who read the J?ra must have noticed its frequent quotation, and commendation of that worth}', and its effort to imitate his style. That the .^ra doesn't quojo all that its Instructor pays may be attributed to its limited epacc. ahd^^^d sire  Era drinks in the Democratic Gt>spi,-1 according to St, "Brick," with great zest.  no Ch i tiaMS.  We,believe the country isi belter off now than whetr Lincoln was aijve. We believe Lincoln was a mere man  Now our read«»rs do not Mre fear fully of put^ly in the hnnda ofirailor8_jmd_ J  appreciate this emlnl>nt Democratic au^ thority, but the Springfield Itrpub-lican <dosH, and says:  "If there is a biped on American soil to whom the title of man ahuuld be henceforth denied by common consent, and' whoar a Christian community should spew out from feltowship ai.d recognition, it is the vagabond who calls himself "Brick" Pomeroy, of ^bo  BiQs4Shot<}nn Barrels, & Oun-Matcrtels, gennersl^ ty. Sold by Oun Dealers and the Trade throughout thocountryi  Ti these _daj8 of H<>m. JrASlcta«  Bofiibery  and OMce jhonllliamoxio of' j^MINGTON'S BEyOLVEBS.  Oirenlsrs containing cuts sud dsseriptlon of oar Anps wlU t>« furnished t pan appUoation.  ^ " E. aE>lINGtOIiT: fiOSS. lUoH, K. Y. UaeUK & Kxtaot^ A^e^  to gawfiUini'':^i ifew York.  mar. 91.  JÛtJVENB KID GLOVE CLEAHEB. (EAtablistied 12 Y«>ar8.)  The only Good article for Instantly ciranlbx Kid Olo»«»—35eén»g per bôttle. Sold Eremrhere, wbolenale  l.y Déms« -Barooi-&-Co-an<lïï-^—W«lli^îrCo;7Tîtw  York, -, . -o.....-  W A. T ^ m m s.  per'act fao sisiiue of fine Rold. Warranted for tlms— will NEVKB tHrnlih, Ornts'slze. D^tAf he<li:,eTerf.(2S to $30. Ladies' Lepines, $26. If yon wlsli io hoy for prl-rate úse or to spII aj^ain, «end for one of nnr CiBCCLikBa Addrp««, WkTCH Co, 63 Ful1on-st.,liew York, April 45,18(W:yl.  whMrizinrttlaTongei: than it iz square and the gamo r crns lew konsist "in pushing sum round red bawls agin  scmio roundshite bawls, until they drop into little pudding liags which hung onto the ontsidc ov the tabel.  It takes 2 men to play the game, feijt 4 or ^ k^w look ^n;  They oph their coats,and stand chiss up tew the tabel, with i| short pfeace ov a fishing polo in their hands, which haz a chalk mark onto the end ov it.  Then one begiriiis, by giving one ov the bawls a^iinchjtrthe^lly, wi^^^^ Torniidakle t^tycanti^n^  KEROSENE CAS STOVES.  TEA AND COFFEE' BOILERS, GLUE PÓTS, OIL CANS, &C., Ac.  ___ilUhe^^fwililailNta-fiiaiilrwq^^  leas tPNbk. «M m iNa «truss Ikw ' J|v  ■-by any other IWkr i:.:...'—mr^  Each article, auiaafli gaacimtsed ts  8c^s it a^gm t|ic uexi one^s belly, and so on, till the other fellow's turn for punching comes on;  But yu ought tew see the game; it kant be deliniated bi words.  One feller generally beats the other, and then he pays the landlord ov the consarn 25 centil for the privilege ov getting beat, and buys some gin, with lemonade in it, and awl hands drink.  Then 2 more takes holt ov tho fish--polw,-atfd;ihey'piincfi foFa' spell, and a^fw^l^Oe» i o^ifocK"inrtht' mV'irnfiig then eacb gbt^'S bum, having enjoyed u fne exercitie, a little drunk perhaps, ImiI iIm» mnsciw in tbeir breast are so exp^irfed that ihey'kani kotch the kon-nor tlie atnall pox. This iz  to present somethmg originaUf '^ho sheet  similar style, rather tliSn to any lack of over which he presides is a receptacle  sympathy with the sentiment of the Lacrosse vagabond.  Tho following which clip from the Era of last week gives evidence that "Brick" must look to his laurels : "While: Ward was shaking the mar-  for the nccumulated iilth and garbage of tho copperhead party, and f.iirly reeks with the stench of its own rottenness. In his own immediate neighborhood Pomeroy is known as a sot, a gambler and si libertine, a man with* out. tahint or principle, who has gained  ble pillars of tlie capítol at Washington notoriety by his utter defiance of de-  ...ifk . _r tir-i.-i__rti <»onr«ir nn/1 "tnïîi'itlÎtV" iti"!!'!« IíÍa «rirl  with these thunders of Websterian El oquence—launching bolt after bolt up?-on the heipless sons of the South— pouring on their devoted heads one de-demoniac deleterious draught of de-8t,ructi%'0 devastating desolation, accompanied with one-continued concentrated concattenated train of unsopiiis-tocuted and amphibious circumstances,"&c.  ButtheJffrais 710/ a more devoted learner at the fcet of the uifamomJSOs consin slang-wlanger than is the organ of the DiMnociacy in Cattaraugus Co., Elliootlville  ccncy and mor^iiiiy" in~~liis life and writings. _  Through tho whoîo , war he was a rabid secessionist. He gloried in the suffcringa of our soldiern iii tho prison pons of the South, and put his paper in mournirig on -tho fall of Richmond He auvocated iho assassination of Lincoln, long before it was committed and applauded tho deed after it was done.  . And hot for disloyalty alone has he become notorioMs. Obscenity and profanity, fit concomitants of treason, pollute every issucvof^Jiis sheet. And gooil Demo-  thieves,' known latterly as Abolition-ists., ■ ■■ ; ■ ■  , Wft believe God saw that ho waa not useful, even if ornaraenlal, and removed him to utake room for a better .man, ■  We belicvo the oountry would be better off to-day if every Republican  ánd Abolition traitor, tticddler,......nyoo^  phaut, apologist, thief, traitorm tool of traitors, were in the bosom Ài Abra ham. ._.. .  Wo luîîîeve further, that the Aboli tion^lart^ ¿i» go'ng to the devil, literally, aiwlfjie do not carc how qnick."  Democracy used to boast a Jackson ora JeffeTBoii, for its father^now in its recreancy it swears by YaHandig ham, "Brick Pomeroy" and Andr«tv Johnson, who. üecra distinguished aa the "holy trinity" of tho New—Copperhead—Rebel Andrew Johnson—Na tlonalrUnion Party,  Support«» of the Hew Pjirty.  The new party movement, gotten up by a half dozen "braad and bnttet" patriots, was a paterit failure, so far ss obtaining support from the Union peo* plo of the country is concerned. The attack upon the integrity of tho Union ' party failed of its - pnrpose; for that party, united by tho experience of ' a ibor years* war, and feeling the same necessity for maintaining its co-herr ence, .and, acting in concert against  ment ire  tls infinence. The Chicago iways-pronounped in- ita^ iriendalil, ^ov. Séwardjr - attd:%4i|d| towai^ JdUH son, says:  Wc say to the g^tfemMV«^ hnm called the proponèd OunventkHH ' aa havo recenti;, «aid t(i( Ihf BipiUi«àm^ fi iends of tho Preaident in iHiiliii» «m lowa, that, by attempting lo of|(«BÌi» a new party, yoa aro onlj «Momad^ ing the c«ppcrbvads aad ivltal« m neir ambi li(ja_tfì_vis!gain. pal|tÌ9it40iii^ trol of the. Government TkWj-ifliit eSectiuch à inoveniAnt can h*^ mA nomanwhflL isat hekrti'i^^Miw^ orti dcspiser of t'reatòit WM'tì^twl wìll for a moment, lend kiktiittf despicablo a bttsine«s  Tho Springfield ltcpi)bIÌMM,.j|wffi coneervatlveand Icaning ra(|ifiji|r«ttiM Congicsà.speiiks for^ Ihcipèio^^ tte followiìigtermsi , • ' ■  ' The Republicana of Hitl^tèvmtff are yery generaliy».if not wwtiiiAmly, in favor of tbe &mendmc0t. 1 * ity wunld bave welcom^ ' ' broader and better. Bnt -f thisto nothing, and wilÌ wt«:'lbr it Thjé Prwident bis iMmafe arr^yt hìiiMèlf igainst tliea^ ami pnjiibiMj ••• ourcìi the defcat.of ll«e;»i throogli hic Infinencé witf There Was nót,indèed, moclt'iibàèc« iC its adoption if ho had favóftil^-or ajk lently acquirsoed in it. lUvip^.tolM« occasion to declare himself «eghsli». ally again^t it, the rcapÒMi^tiitÌ ili dofeat rests witli hin»:'*  the——EtltoottvBlÒ - .  weeks' issue of the t/nio» quotes liberal- jratic authority of the pure and unde-  \y from this Modern Democratic Apos- 0X0^10 iro t'LuL^^^^ the country that kt^pt its  tie, and we give below one of itsanL- Se« ì^rMlt'  tions and its comments. &e it is, jotir^^^^^^ reÌurs ITt^o bo ^  defection of leailing men who are in  having the truo  head and tail: to publish them—are copied' by the  Brick Pomeroy ofiheJ^J3roaseJJm: copperhead ^csb^^^^^^^ land  ¿cr^, has hoisted th^ V the truo party, "snap."  ion. or another war. ® reflex for the copper-  IFAifeJ-White men to govern Whitfi ^i"* sentiment we doubt if a more  b " " fitting exponent'can bo found. Tho  New York JVorlA^ jtiid-Othett of tho  ULW« OyJIKW i^ll»  sifÄ'Äir^  tkiongliwrt #>4  kfíkm sssisla»! Yartl. ««vMsdi »»wyHfaaffclMisilalfcal  MatBtM«.taaaMWWla«n,____  ta aU vraaMdtefi tiliisasqf aMswrr  tawlikiiltalHiriwIlM ^ to, unUl tlUMi «MtÌM I «atea <t b«miM a tov. ÌM.,S. < _ B«TiMÌ SlatatMw and las» ISÉ^ 4  CHAP. «1», ; AN ACTaothorUaie tha rnntÖmßfikMtm overtho 0«ae«M Valky caasl, laUisìlìr sf ■ Bochester. -  PSawd AprU 19, tMf; Uttss-ifthilih^ jSM ent. nur«  m»d.  Kuc^nEquaLtaxation—taxation—of^  Jent upon securing the bribe wbich the cnemy_ pffers. for the wirrender of.. whiit has been gained. by the war. Inthia State of the case, the Copperheuds, who had hoped to remain in tliCübackground and b« ready to stsp in and tako-the  BicnòR~l .The cmu4 hereby aathoriaed^ and iém| _  1>riagc ôftbê Whiptds «MI  PMMKe of team« aad foot ]i iiiiliif Mi^ éèìr Ik* OencMte« Valley oumI oá Oar Um  dty ofBocheatér, to taplaoe.....  ■d lytiiatowi la l&wfc.  ü. S. Bonds, or Repudiation. How do you like that banner ?  The  samo ilk exhibit tho same^enom, but yet with a sufficient sense of "«hame  oils when they had~80 divided the' nion party as to mako them an caay conquest, now come more openly to  Ut  md «ixty-ftr«, tte «dst M» la of aovea thooaaiMl ftv« kaadrad ( .3. Tbe Treasanrr aliali  warròot of the___  «ácS=bñd9e, io«t of say  oh équàiity.or another war will follow; ni^òn^^^^^^ the bolt with the promise .of .maM  for no people will long submit to bo tax' foff Demo^tic bile in the fol- ^„j comfort, juVt la they ga^o tbe  ed without the right of repre..eniation~ ^»^¡ng ""«"ner We copy so that our rebels reason taexpec* their aSiistanoe  "a right inestimable to free:nan, and . f forgj» some idoa of tho ¡„ the war, and kept théir hopes alive  - - : - ' 'representative.' _______ —-—  ^"^e did thank God for caììing liin-  coin home. If Lincoln is in Heaven,  era refcelle^l inilTT6 fbi' the samo causo See tho glorious Declaration of Independence, for proof of our assertion.  2d. As for white men governing white men,—everybody will go that--whito niggers excepted. Let them, be governed by men of their own liking. We go in for. a white man's government.  by constantly applauding -i^ir et&rtk  is m  as Abolitionists say, he is betteKoflT than ho was in Washington, beset by thieves, Abolitionists, army contractors; office-seekers ' and gaping listeners to liis smutty jokes. As a friend of Liocoln we thanked God for calling  and denouncing the Obvernnieni The rebels themselves look to this new party light for a rovival of their enterprise, or at least % revjprsal of the adverse results they have realiied from their ill jarred rebellion^ The Bidi-mond Examiner, which acaroeljr pn^ tended to ' acqutcsce" in the atirren4er  Those who like Africa can go there— go«» a man home l^foic of Leo and the re-instatement of Oov  it's a free country, suppose-^or used to Ije »hould become disgust^ with tho ernnient authority,and at moat r«gafd» suppose so. although lately, we moat ' " "  givtngi^^^^'^^^^"^^^^^^^^^ tfro lOKferg of Ihe God tlie "South is tl  givtngif.'  3d. the U. S. Bonds must^be tho samo as other pro^rty.  and Morality party. We thank God for «ailing Lincoln  ti^xed  ¿rom¡n^ w^rformcdlTr Use plriofc'^of M® the presence and company of W siruthem"''stirti' sbôuid »«bang'bwk » Drotectinir life and Dro»cr/i/^and aa "'"he The Richmond EiKintrer says the Oi  the .ceaaation of -a« a ti«09^-ÌMil»  themoet immedì* ately and vitally interested in tbe eoo* wsa of the movement," and thatao  ç^W^kimi^ «¡»^¿Wiklit thmrmd that « _ . . tfceWiinit. a  i'^mmt  protecting life and pro«cr/v—and as ' The Richmond Eiiqntrer aajs Ibe call  long us property is protected, it fihonid popr President ^«ulTercd enongh from i« •'liberal in ita termaj" and tbeRielK  help foot the bill-stand an equal share being with. Ajjolitionista on earth, and mònd Diapatch temaifcs Uiat it. will be  of the taxation. If these Bonds.owned /«r calling him be- .... .........--------»  by a the few rich men, aré not taxed the poorer portion of coniiaiinfty, who ^ bear all the burden of taxes, will voto  ■"^'^•thia. "Self preservation it the first U« of nätürt." The few »r« not t« gorero the many, in thla ieonatry, jet AwJûle/bjr ft Iongsbot, to "make the  yond their reach of infloenoe here or berèaftcf.  Whatever ; is, ia right God, wlto yd« a ovAtjfclljmMifasdJiinaJa  tbe moet important event of our tiiaeaJ The LypchboM Tirfi^iim mlMmi, "Let «8 abMidoDoldpaMy rnfuwm, and nnitei nnder « new name to Agalnet the nommotifp»*— jti  flghk  ^Ho made Boot^^ Hta agent; «0 one new ikMit,bat tbti^^old vumiy,  bot God m to Wmm J» iAnooim^ê i^tinff witk dlffmni w^poML  death. €h)d ii Bever n bikée; w# . TtMaemMprtetcMlMeN«! tte  «ré Ctiristrane, abonld thank mw party.bvt tliè Ifmphie AváiaiW  who  I»«* ef  iJt«mUv.«i»sM«lfl(/«il*M * ' . .  wMtera «UvWon «f «snalfL: ss: lliiáacttíh«» takasi^  the. onUiÚHir «r amúkfmaá  "MtmmMipÊ. f aas.  law OB Sto ialMi «Saai *>  î!î5Ki . ... .....  p»ssyiwri»|iillitiii|-tâ »ysaâtatHiwiïslws " WweWwâ. wans» aiAl« all ■fiiiiHigi lMH«.ta«ÌMiit IwiawKBi*!! ---- ta «M*  I». _  sack «iMtiMiä  vim- '  «cbritóaiKi tbt poirpoorer.^rnfon gi" ti^hitÈH ni íéU^  .v.íTrt^ .«: .u Himj; B^e wbodoee»^ ^kOodw Soirtk«« bmeaea.-*wliiek ntriOid tVle iMB thàtthe OWiim,llk«the bo OhifíetfaB} tbme wbo Mil iw tre wHk tìit i&l   

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