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   Angelica Reporter (Newspaper) - July 18, 1866, Angelica, New York                                 , i - ; 'i,. ( f - j^- 1 J- ' } vr.« -y 'í  fife  0. p. & G. W.1)I0KINS0N,  tba.1isi~.ia pbh year, in advaifcif. Io «llCMcs where payment ia ^lolayed for moro than Ham munt&Bi Fifty UCata additional wUl be charged  W« have « ikrgei and completo assortment of plain kvA feaoy type. ftuS escèllent preascs, and arejprepa-t«d to do handbm», laiwcaaes. books circulars, cards, aad in fact almost «U kinds or plain and fancy print-ilnf, neati prompt, and cheap.  VOL. XXX: m 2.  ANGELICA, K Y., WEDNESDAY^ JULY 18, 1866.  WHOLE NO. 1510.  .«KKin.é^ Ont ««SMt«  ■ - ^ '(Ma'  «r rtrtwifaHi'ti- m  CAM»in tiM Mtatf iumt »««(«NIV h. pirfmiL  ..........nmm i i i •  J. H. Eggleston.  Watch Maker 6nd Jiiwcler. and dealer __  ia all'kiodn of Clocks. Watches, and .lewolry Repairing done on Rhort uotice and rea-•osable terniR.  esjg^ Dr. G, P Carver.  SBBB D N TIST  Dental rooms o»er thostoroof 8. N, Bennett & Co.  II» flmitb DaTia' Bloc's, Angelica.  ...........  jga" I have no' 1343 :tf  PENSIONS,  TIOUNTIES, and Back Puy. procured by  dfc5 the subscriber.--------  R. LLOYD. Claim Agent. --ATTKeUcarNrYrrlSfii."--------------140rtT  THE CAMP» THE BATTLE  HOSPITAL.  OR LtOMTS AKD PHAD0W8 OP THE OnEAT BE-BEtLlftN.  Heroic, Paíríphc, Romanííc, Bumorous,  Splendidly Illustrated with over 100 finé Portraits and hf>aniifnl Enffravjn<?8.  Thls A*rork for genial humor, tender pathos, slart-linf} iutcr<<at. and attractive beauty, stands peerless and Blono among «¡1 its competitors. The'Vaillant and Bravo Hcnrted; the pict«re»<irio a}iá 'dramatic, thci Witty and Mai^cloiis, the Tender and Pathdiic. The Boll of Fame and Story, Camp. Picket, spy, Bcout, Blavonac, and siege; startling anrprises; wonderful escapes. Famous words and deeds of Woman, and the whole Panorama of the Wat are here thriiiiniily portrnycd in a masterly manner, at once historical nnd romantic, renderine It the most.am-{rierfeÍiiantnnd-rc3dablobODlrthatlhe"%mlsairiaW^ forth. •  Thl" work sella itnelf. , The people ere tired of dty detallB BntVpartigap WQrk8,.and,ga^ orouB, romantic, , and_ startling. Wo have agcntu clearrng over $200 per month. Bend for rcular8,antl sea our terms and proof of the above assertion.  Addree^ NATIONAL l'UüUlSHlNG CO., 507 Minor St, Phlloilclphla, Pa. July 180<;í2t.  DR. H. B. GORTON.  A.eren.t8 Wanted, HEADLEY'S BEST W0IIK-N0\V READY ! THE GREAT CAMPAIGNS OP  ssr iO« ^.......  Friendship. N. Y. H20  P. M. FISH,  Oornerof Mainand Olean street, opposite Ratbbuii'e Hotel. where ¡.ll kinds •r BIack«<mitbing will be dotie ou thu —8hott«8t-nQtlOfr5-ftad~mo8t-rea?!onalThrter\i and Hbrstt aad Ox Shoeing in a superior manner-  ALSO, Manufacturer of Carriagep, Bug-glcH, Wagons, ic.", and repairing done on -flhcrt-notiee-^one door Houtfi of the Blacksmith Shop, on 01 an street.  Angelica. N. Y. 138.=)tf  GRANT & SHERMAN.  By the Popular Historian J H Headlcy. Author of "Life of Washington." ".<facrcd Mountains, etc. Complete in oae vo;umu. Haijidsomoly iiius-tratsd  The most complete work on the subject. fHart-ford Daily Press.  One of,tho most popular books on the War—[Cleve-lan-i Leader.  Grant and .Sherman have found a popular Historian In the Hon. J T Headly's—V y Tribnue.  CaUTIOs.—Agents and the public, to avoid im-ponlion, will please noUce the title-page, for many of the book.i recently issued as Ueadley's Works are not by Hon. J T Hoadley, the distinRUlshed author of "Washtngton,.anil his Ocnerftls," 'VVaored Maunr tains,''' etc.  Active agents are selling 100 copies per wcet. Ex-trA inducoments oCTored Send for terms.  Address "  KEV CHAnLE<f PUTNAM, Batavia, lieneaee Co., N. y.  BAXTER ' S  Ittstitote flí jlusic,  FRIENDSHIP, .V. Y.  (Estabtished in 185?..)  Students graduated in vocal and instrumental mu-flic, and musical composition.  JAMES BAXTER, Principal and Proprietor. tO" Send for a circular 140C :tt  f R £SH RNIP S E E ftSi  BY M.AIL POST PAID-  The followlrig varieties—the very best in ctiHlva tion—will be sent to any address by mail prepaid. iuiJjy-exprcs3.--So»v(i-and^Hr8«ry-Calalog«e»-will-i)e se)it gratis to order, wholesale Catalogues are now ready lor the trade. Agents wanted.  Price, 10 cents pemz li per lb. .Strap Leaf White Diitch, FaU and Winter. Hedtop .Strap Leaf •< ••  Orangrc Jelly or golden Jlall »i -------  Long White French or Hanover, •• Skirving's Imported Kuta Bitga, " Gorman Teltow, ••  New White Sweet German, the finest late keeper and the best table turnip in cultivation. Aliio. Beet, Cabb:igo, Carrot, Onion, Parsnip, and all other Seed^ in small or lar^e quantities  B.M.WATSON,  Old Gui-on'y Nurseries &; Skkd Estab-Usn.MRNT,"  Plymouth, Mass.  June 27, 1866:1m  Amos R. Smith,  ÖP-GBrteadca^-wt>ald"Tei!pcctfnTty-nmronTicc' to the afflicted relatives of duci-ased i^o! dierp, thiit he is a leg-illy aut'iorize'l Agent for Allegany nnd adjoinmcç Connt.îei», to pro cure ifounties of Decease«! Soklicr?. Al-^o for the collection of Hack Pay and Pensions.  Hated. Canoadea. M.iiich 20.18(15.  JPÜUINITL'ÚE!!  fVllOLESVLE AlVD  BY  i\ ET \ 11.  COOK 6l FORSYTH  lir  JOUVENS KID GLOVE CLEANEE-(Established lit Y^ars.)  Tl-e only Good ariitle for iiictnntly clPiuiiti;» Ivid Glove»—.'}) ei-n's por bottle. SoM Kvervwlifi-e, wlioleaale 1>V Demas Uiirnei A: Co .mil F. U Wella it Co., Ne>v  York. ._____________________________________.........-  -------X T- C II E f^ .  Per.act fac smiLli; of (ine froUI. W.irninted for-timc— ill SEVfcU tiirni»li, 0>-n»»'Biro, nctiii ln'il Lwver« $'25 In I. I,;i'liii' Le|iini i J;'). It'.viiU >viflli to tuiy IVir private use or to pi'll aofain, Hi-n*! fur one of unr CiflcuE <ns AiiiirefK. WaTGH Co, OJ J-'iiltiiii dt., New York, April •-'■I, lS'i(i:yl.  Í VEAfl !—We \v.aiit .-i>;ents  I M / everywhere to sell our iMPr.ovt-i) $2') SewiiiK .Mtiohiiiea. Three new kinds. Uinb^r ami upper IVeil. Warranted üvp years. Above salary or l;ii t;e conunissiniig pttlil. The oNi.Y iiuicTiiiiea aôUl in United States l'or less than fin, m liieh are I'lilh) /í,v7i.«i-íí /j^;/;)«.',', Wluvli^r-it ll'il^m, (;.•'>««■■ li: //rtA'f'-. St^r^r (f: ^-W., - oTfrf í/a-frríríi'r:' ,.TTr~cTnier~e^ are  infiinijenir'nl and the »■.//»•r or iiwr arc tial !'■ h^ ari tal fiTii-, rtJí.i imiiii-ionmi^nl. Circulars Jr,->:. Address, or eiiirniv.n -^h-nv v r'l-irU. nidfïefoi'd. '/aine. r.1anlO'tìO.-iy  Don't Marry a Man if he Drinka.  Toung ladies pray listen to me. And keep just na quiet as mice,  Which contains quite a piece -of advice, No matter what people may say;—  No matter what Romcbody thinks ; If yon wish- to he happy the rest of your days, Dnn'li marry a man li he drinks ; Don't marr>-a man if ho drinks.  He inay be bo handRorae and gay.  And have such a beautiful voice; And may dance so divinely, you'll feel in your heart, 'lliat he must be the man of your choice, If hi8 nccentH arc tender nnd low ;  "ATifr^eeter tlian roses iind pinks, , And his breath quite a different thing, you  ________i5?yJinojv,_j________  ^; Your ckquiHite gcntlcnian drinkfl, Your exquisite gentleman drinks.  Just think of the borrows and cares,  The he.art-rtfhding sighs atld the Ibars ; Of the words,and the blows, and the crudest woes.  And then think of nn ocean of tears. Think of Toodles, thedrunkest of men.—  ____His attitudes, hiccoughs nnd winks^____  And then think what a dignified pair you will make. If you marry a man and he drinks. "IIk no inatter, &c.  i'oung ladies, look well to your hearts,  Don't throw them away on a sot; Or a man who is giyen to treating his friends,  "Whatc'er be his station or lot. Though his pride may uphold him awhile,  Yet sooner or later he sinks;— Then if yon would be happy the rest of your days,  Don't marry a man-if he drinks. 'Tis no matter, &c.  pterdUittcmiö JSeuÄiwij.  Sonad Advice to Parenti.  The Piiiiadclphia lodger^ under the head of "Early InduJi-ence of the Ap« jpetìtRi?/'givea thie sound adivice : Parents shotild ponder well on the  dnlgence of the appetites and iniagina« vy wants of their childréii;  Repetition fioon becomes a habit, and a habit once formpd, even in childhopd, wiiroftnn iremaiti.4ufing the^w uitei* life, acquiring power every year, until, at last, it sets all laws, human and divine, at defiance. ...  Let perenta, who yield to thè tjries of their children for dainty and promiscu-  ANGELieA;  OF EVERY DESCRIPnow and STYLE.  Both Home-Made and "Boughten,"  Which wiU be sold ¿Clteaiier^ thaa.At any other Establishment in the State.  In additjog ta <inr  fipiBpIete Assortment  OP  €ABIN£T-WARE  We have on hand a Splendid Stock  Loo k i n g G1 a ss^ a ,  A3.VAL PIC,TUKKiFRAMES & MOLDINGS,  A GREAT VARIETY OF STYLES. .Al»o, Carved ORNAMENTAL BUAC^'M, and va-rlourothof HolisehHd Fixtures.  Spring Beds  vSaTeral Different Patents. ~~  ^ large stock and Great Variety.  C.VLL AND SEE U3 BEFO.BE BUilNG,  P. S—The trade can be supplied . with Chair.% Bedstead?}, und all other iC&binet War< in the white or finished, on liberal terms.  VV.GOOK:, E. A. FORSYTH.  Street, one- door west of the Rathburft  .......'Hdfei:............. ...................................  1423 Angelica, N. Y.  TIE SILVER  More Durable,  More Elastic  More G-raceful!  A.xia will teeop l-ts «liaprto un<X retain Its flaoo Tiettei* than any otlicr Skirt.  - ' Tfie-lfew^mendtneni^  Section -Alt persons bom'^rnaturalizcdlnthir United states, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof  wherein they re.sjde. No State shall make or enforce any la\v which ohaii ahrldijo the Privileges or immu-Uitiesbfcitizena oi ilio United States; nor shall any State deprive any person of llio,Jihorty or property^ without duo procjss oflaw, nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws.  ^ 3. HepreaontativcB shall be apportioned among the several States ¡iccòrdiufi t'' their respoctrve imin-bers, counting the whole number of persons in each State, excludm;? Indians not taxed. But when the right to vote at any election for the choice of electors for' President and Vice-President of the IJnited States, Bepresentatives in Congress, the executive and judicial officers of a State, or the members of the legislature thereof, is denied to auy of the m ale inhabitants of such State, Using twenty-one year* of ago, and cltUiJii.s of the United States, or in any way abridged,^ except for participation in rebellion or other crime, the basis orropresentation therein shall bo reduced in the projiprtioa . which.the_iiwmber—of such male citlr.en.s shall bear to the whole number ol male citizens twenty-one year« ol age In such State.  () 3. No person shall bo a Senator or Reprosanta-tiveln Congress, or clector of Präsident and Vice President, or hold any office, civil or military, under the United States, or under any State, who, h-iving previously t-aken on oaih, as a member of Congress, or as an officer of the United .-^t. tes, or .ns a mc'mbei of any siate Lef;isiutnre, or as aii executive or judi cial "iVii'er of a-iy stato, t ) support the Constitution of the United states, .«hail have eiigaped in insur tion or reU'-'lUou against tho Haines or gi ven aidror comfort to the enemies thereof. But Congress may by a vote- of two-third« of eacli house, remove such disability.  The validity of the public debt of the United states, aiithorited by law. includine debt.'j incurred for payment of pensions ami bounties for services in 8nppi;cs><ing insurrection or rebellion, shall not be qnestioncd.^ But neither the United- States nor auy State shiiU a8i>nmo òr pay any debt or obligation incurred in »id of insuireetiou or rebellion B^ainst the United states, or any claim for the loss or emancipation of auy slave; but all such debts, obligation.t and  clainia^hall. behcld4ltogal «nd v«id. - ...........  ^ 5. The Congress shall have pow r to enforce, by appropriate legislation, the provisions ofthis OTtlcle.  ( US food, oi^lio allow them to tonnent domestic animal.s, or to strike their nurses, or to raise the hand ugainst any pt?i soil, considfcv \vell on the consequences. -  The moral effects of pumpcring the appetites of Children are most melancholy. la the mother afraid of an explosion of passion, a bri^be is too often promised in the shape of ^cake or tart lis a peace offering. "Does it annoy a whole company by its boisterous or ill-timed pranks, it is persuaded to be quiet by the promise of some sweetmeats. If it has bt'cn good, as the phrase is^ antl leavn^d its letters, the reward is still too frequently something for the stomach.  Eating is soon regarded as the chief end and object of life by a child, who sees in it tho-chief-4ncentiviMo good behavior. A premium would truly seem to be given for gluttimy.  The use of the other nobler sensos, and of the faeultics, of the miiul, the earlyH^ultivation^rf-the-kindKerfeipllngir o1^our-~intt n re—generosity;—disinteres-'tedncsir,-pTety,: fi lia I tevc7-^ all aré óv(~r-come or postponed in fjivor of tiie one scnsnnl, stH fi^h-and-TvbsorbTiYg~"act~0^ gormandizing.  This new an i beautiful style of SUirt (Tutent-ed M'.?rch 7, 186»! ) wiis awHrded by the Great Amcricait Institute Fair licid in New York, October, I8t)5. a  SILVER MEDAL!  The. highest premium ever given for a Hoop Skirt  . The Stepl Springs arc wound with a fine plated wire (in place ora cqjiton covering) which will not wear off or become poilcrl. and the whole Skirt may Yie washed wit'iout injury or fear of rusting, and will be as good .is new.  TttE aOJMBIiiATLON ¿K1RT !  SILVER  —invenUon cuuiblneswlth the ordinary cOltOii Skirt the advantages of our SILVER SRIRT; tha bottom hoops are the same a« th(we used iii the Silver Skirt, the covering of which cannot wear olT, while the upper ones arc covered »-ith cotton. No lady Uav uig . onco' worn. one of our skirts will be willini; to wear any. other, as the lower hoops of'all other kinds are soon injured and soiled.  The best materialB are used in tneir construction, and, from their durability and neatness they are destined to become a  A FAVORITE SKIRT I  Manufactured solely by the Silver Skibt And wibe mastlactunnjg Company,  : aO & 32 R\nci,.\y Stueet, '  NEW YORK.  The Senate (jf Tetipesseo hits ratified the Constilutional Arnendtncnt, and the IIoiiso will concur whenever a quorum can be had. ■ '  cntoinpnray suggests., that a lady, nil putting on her corsets, is like a man who drinks to drown liis grief, because ill so-luciiig herself slie is getting tight.  A gentleman, walking with two la-pies, stepped on a hogshead hoop, that flew np and struck him in the face." 'Good g^^ said he, "which of you dropped that?" ^  Una. is at iVashington, and he says that law and order will not be estab-  a n jsilierlba't pl!ivute,-^l)nring thn war, a good story ust?d to be told of a private in one of the Massacliusetts regiments—the 14th, I think. It seems that his captain was noted for his love of good things, and one day told the high private to go for stune oysters; also giving him,4« hid usuaLjoc^ise^wayy the comm'^nd :  "Don't come back without ihem." Of! went ihe man, and no more was seen him for several days,.; and the indignant and disappt)inted Captain reported him as a deserter, and gave  ihe ¡apse of nine days, ilie captain beheld his reported deserter, Bailey, eom-¡n£? into cainp leading a train of ^ fiiur wagons loaded i-.-itli oysters. Ap-proacliing and resnectrnlly salyting the amazed c.apiain. Bailey reported :  "Here are your oysters; captain ; could not find any at Alexandria,- so 1 chartered a sdiotjiic'' ami made a voyage to Foitres.^^Monnie and Norfolk JftM'-tiiwn. two^ -himdred  biisiicla ; wliere do you want tliem?""  Buiiy, it si'ems, really did make the trip, hired liit, men, and B<>Jd .(^'.tiier-s. enough itf Onnrgetir')wri, before reporting, to pay all expenses and leave him a pt'ofit of a luindied and fifty dollars.  Two hniidred bii.slicl.s were divided among h.is regiment, and Baily retnrn-ed to his duty as if nothing had trans-pi rtd.  Extravagance in apparel-  In Franco, ar, Monsieur Dupin, Ed' mond About and Michelet tell us, the ejitravagant demand.s of love for dress leuil women to contract debts unknown to their husbands, and tsign obligations which are paid by the sacrifice of honor and thus the purity of the family is continually undermined In England there is U voice of complant, e<>unding from the leading periodicals, that the extravagance demand of female fashions are bringing distress into families, and making marj'iages impossible; and something of the same sort seems tb have begun here. We are across the Atlantic, to b(j sure; bnt we feel the  Thd Fresidenrs War on Congrm.  THE ALtEOANY DISTBICT—-THURfcOW WSED  ..........ON THE. WAR PATH.  Correspondence of Tribune,  WA8niKOtx>.v,]liCond«y,July2,166(l; TMdùtcHÌdBjitgjvaF^^ taking the form of an attacic on the influence of the Representativos, to bo followed by concerted efforts to beat Ihern in convention foy renomlnation, and, failing in that,to beat thein at the polls with Goppeihead votes and the influence of the newly appointed Johnson officials, has commenced in the Allegany District of New-York with significa n tsp i fe fu 1 n 08 SL-^SejEfiiL-postmiist  men to restore the country to peace and harmony, and when theissae of re Gonslrtiction was disposed of, I saw no difficulty in the. ITcion party and Congress going along together. He, said Umt4hew bt that, that  Congress had made war upon the Pros ident and that war must go on.  I paid if that bo the dctermtDatioti, we might as well understand it.  Convention of Sottlhcm TTnioniitti  To the Loyal Unionists of the South:  The great issuo'is upon us. Thti majority in Congress and its Buppprt-  lished iiv that State until at least of the citizens are disfranchised.  half  shall  A.(;,onts "Wanted.  .BVEBYWHEBE TO CANVASS FOB THE OFFI CUL SODTHEBN HISTORY OP THE V;AB.  THE LOST CAUSE, BY* E. A. FJLLABn, of Virginia, complete in one lur e royijl octavo volume, Dearly 800 pages, witij 24 Hue steul portraits^ giv-,ing a full and authentic account of the rise and «fail ofthe liite Southern Coufederacy-the Cam paigns Battles and fnciilenUi of the uiost gigantrc 6traggle of the world's history.  There arc already in the fiel'i no leas than eighteen Hltitoriea of tho War, arranged by Northern Writers; and to correctly uuderstand the great «troggle through which wo have pasred. we must have the facts and figures as presented by a South -£Qt-w<M5aa-oBly-arFl vo-at1he truth-by a knowledge of tlio evcata aa seen by both par „ties .tq.thfijBttufgle, -- .  ' Hefetfinea tb^the work with the enconragenient and «athority of Gens. R E. Lee.. jobnsoa,tieaure l^rd, -Dlck" Taylor, Fitzhugh Lee, iix-liov Wiar ' Aod other distinguished Confederate lycadcrs. ' Who ahould buy it? Every family, tor without •It the History of the Great Civil War Is Incompleio - How to get it? . Apply to tho Agent in your lo-Cftllty.or address the (;eneral Agent uami^.l^elufr. The LoatCaase is the authorized and ofQclal - ^oihemUUtory ofthe<var, hy E A. PollHrd. •The pabllc are vaatiohed against any other publi-Okdoa iiarporting to be this work. .  Tb? llj^ral eonuniaaloa eleven, and the gif at In-  ihe coiiDtry,',oirer8 to energetic men and women QQcqiuUled imdoc^ementa for making monev. Ad-. 4reM IIBV. CH^BfJBS POTNAM,  Batayit, Genesee Co.. N. Y.  ^ it»  Juno 27, 18C6:lyB.  T. S. Sperry, Sup't.  BUSINESS COLLEGE  And Telegraph Institute!  This is the moat7.rartiV<ii and thorough Commercial College in tho States. It has •been established twelve years, and has secured an unparalleled reputation for practical and thoroUBh tpstruclion.  PENMANSHIP^  We can safely Bay.'that no institution 4n the world has produced more first class penmen than the Buffalo College.  BOOK-KEEPING.  Every variety of Single and Double Entry Is taught^ -fromrthtjniostiiinipleto'tfae'niost-caiitpllc3:cd:""nra School Is «raded; consisting of Primary. I heoreticol and Practical BeparJments, The PracUcal deparjt-mehtriVtiswflfijs'v';^^^^ foundTa tiTe  world.  M.\TIIEM.\TICS.  Thorough InstrucUonlB given In Commercial Arithmetic and the higher matheniatico. when desired.  CO UMERCIAL LAW.  Pupils become fiimllUr witb thftXaw cf P&rtnet-Dhi,p, .^cncy. Contracts, Cpufkmerclal Faper, &c., ic.  TELEOIli.APHING.  This depaHment ia fitted np in ithe moat eoinple t .^tyle, uid la In every reapect,eqiiid. If not  any Instituts Is tbs licltsd gutes. - -  Union Platform—Loj'al men control the Government.  Democratic PIatform—Restore Rel)-els to poWfT and give them the eontrnl of our National aflfairs.  If one pine tree can m;ike pitch, how matty wile^make "a pi tcher? If one twinge of pain tnake air ache, many will make acre? And if it take four men two dajs to'eat a ham how, long will it take them to eat a ham-er?  A correspondent writes that, if we desire it, he will "send us somthing to fill up with." Thai's just what we want. Suppose you commence now with a good roasting piece of beef and a barrel of flour.  Elevated .tdvjäü stuvüó-síx vari-  lieiofeatoir,aad^])ip9 top-»-Jt^t received A, tiOCKHART ft GO'S  AcBicuLTtntAL Address.—The Hon. Anson S. Mdler, of Rockland, Illinois, has accepted the invitation of the New Yorb-Stato Agriculrnrdl-^ocrieiy TO de-liver the annual address bef«)re the ci^v afSarato^ on íluírtíya^  the I3th of Sep^mi)ei\ ' ' •  It has been foutid that tho contents of the ^nk-yatihs in Portland escaped injury, while safes of nearly ali descriptions iiroyed worthless. The church-bella w,ew)«U melted By the heat which was so intense that the ruins are whiie, instead of .^uck.  &wifUand-dntt-oLthe_gceat whirlpool; <>nly, fortunately, we arefar enough ^  see—wliithei=—thin^ tending, and to" stop ourselves if we will.  We have jtist come through a great struggle, in wldch our Women have borne an heroic part—^have shown themselves capable of,any kind of endurance and self sacrifice; and now we are in that reconstructive state which makes it of the. greatest consequence t() otvrselves and tire world tiraT^ w^^^^ derMajijlJH»|'institutions arid sition, and learn that, instead^)! following the corrupt and worn out ways of the Old World, we are called xm to set the example of a new state of society-^ noble, simple, pure and religious; and women can do more towards this even than men, for women are the real architects of society.''  .Coal near Warren, Pa,—^The Warren announces that Mr Sullivan, of Rochester, has discovered coal in large quantities near that place. It say.s.: "Aft,e,r going down tibout fifty-ftrifrTeetlie "came ^  t hregi  came to a ;yeio of cannel coitljlonr aiidi abitlfi» thickness; ar.d underlying this is believed to be another vein of soft coal,the whole being not less than nine feet thick. The bed ja .one .of- almost unpie;cen4ented rioliness, as regards duantity or i|ua|itv,: Thexoai^  ers,good Union men and good oflScials, recommended to their positions by the good and tfUe Repr.esentattve.TIamiU ton Ward, have been removed. Mr. Ward protested against this wrong to the Assistant jpostfiiaster-'Oerteral Randall—remonstrated against it to Thur-low Weed, who was then hero. When Randall showed himself tpJbo ^icexora-bio in his purpose politically.^!!^. Ward struggled to save the offices from fall-" ing into the hands of the vulgar mer?-ccnarijes of politicians who have been selected to fill them, and requested that they be given to disabled soldiers He ¡entreated that tho Angelica office be given to Mr. Charles, mutilated in battle, but qualified for its dofties-ihat the Belmont office be given to Mr. Gran dall, and that at Wellsville to Capt. Moses-Steanis, both seaffed" in their country's service, and named , soldiers for all the Other oQices. This just and patriotic request was unjustly and un-patriotically refused by Randall with a stipptmnmitm'ynirsult TotW inrow- bTn-fej^^^witir fe ctolliTrig hmrexpreHsed in his angry declarations t<v Mr. Ward-—"Thisjy[ij.ic. iw h-as girt~txrt)trt'fWgtrr~out bet ween Congres.s and the President." He also rave Mr. Ward notice that "there was to be a ymiiTid rmWval of l^^ erswho do not favor the Presidents poll cy."  Mr. Ward, as I have said, went to Thurlow Weed to have the work of removing good Union men in Allegany County arrested. .IIis success with this poKtician was quite equal that with Randall, After retiring from the interview, he. made a memorandum of the conversation between them while it was fresh in his mind. For the. political enlightenment of the hundreds of thousands in the State of New York -wlio^ fonght-a n tV-bled; atitl -g;rve xjftheir .sons, their husbands, their brothers, and of their money, to the hoi}', war against Kebellion and Slavery, 1 send you this remarkable declaration of War by Andy JohtiKon agaittst tho Unionists of the Empire State, made through the aged Ajutant-General of the President's Chief of Staif, the Sijcretary of  State: ........  —June 25,18GG ~ llTiuliea rued iha t one Shermi» u frr)m Allegaiiy Co., N. Y , in company with Mr. Weed, was in VVashington to se-cute-the removal of "cm-Iain postmasters in the District 1 ha^ve tho honor to represent (th7« XXV llth District,N. Y.)  I saw Mr. Weed about 8i a. m. at Willard's Hotel, and entered into conversation with him upon the subject, and stated to him that I came to see Wflf^bout certain postinasters in 1tfat District. He said promptly and frankly, "Oh, yes, I shall do all I can to got them removed."  i asked what reason there was for their removal. He said there was reason, enough; that they jwere nivt friendly to ilii; Presidient'«! plan of reconstruc-lion, but sustained the co.uirse of Congress. I said I did not suppose the policy would be to remove men who had supported Lincoln and Johnson in 1864, and were still good Unioit men, uideas they abused or denounced the President personally. That 1 had got that understanding both from the President and the Postmaster-Ge: ieral.  He said thathe (Weed^ was in favor of removing all Feceral officers vho did not support the President's  ir-plM^  eri^firmîy^ëclare thâtTthe rights of the citizen, enitmeratfidin the Constitution and established by supreme law, must be maintained inviolate. Bebels and Robul sympathificra assert that the rights of the citizen mast belong to the States alone, and under suçh régulai-' tions as tho respective states 6tiosû tol-nntarily to prescribe.- We have seen this doctrine of State sovereignty jcar-lied mit^in its pfactîcaf î^^ all aiithority in Congfess Was denied, the Union temporarily rfcsfroy^^ the consiituiiofiai rights of the citizens of the South nearlyi^ annihilated, and the land desolated by civil war. The time has kmîte when thé striîicturo of Southern States' Governments must t)e laid on constitutional principle, Or the despotism grown up under an attrocioua leadera^lvip be permitted tà remaiWe know of no other pjan ^than that Congress, under its constitutional powers, shall now epcerciso its authority to «s-tablish the principle whereby protec-tibn^s^jnade-coextensivo witir citizen-  X.AW« or lâw.SfflM^ liiifcm»,:  tow «alMAáliUHi» ttaié Aull  jw^i^MtoM th« . oriM .«Ml wmÊi*»  r of sute. iee.^nBrt  --------------  ^ [Krepr Uw MyobUAc« tattp b* N«1 in rridMUM Cmm m»wmt0  be cont»lQe4,.lA aU th* eo«m otte «ad in ail pj<o«MdiaK« beibc« «Mlf. board, in «bleb tt ehsHbeOweSl «tr thereto, antOtbiM «oirtlHr ' Mwioa in . whieh It becee» a  IWti  pmi.BeYiiHA mutata«. «BAIlMni m  chap, toi:  AN ACT to ioortMM^ __  iced lif '«An Mi prarMelbr «mimmÌ  «xlucation of fndli^eftt (Ittiif mailt wiAir th» age of twjälvo ycara,' ' pa«K»d ÄptCI^  A1>TH 30, 1866; ^•— "^rlpj^iiM  "sstts-issisaii ■  .ill«'', tion and dothtng tiT^dlAìtmi IS&S  Eoi twelve yj««, placed te te |Ì«r1r«tk mm tn ibe IntiiTuctlon ol t|* Ma»d punoMit to the proVisioM «niMi ihM and fourth sccUons of chapter Una» Juntfnd and twenty five, law« vf eigrhteeft liÉiénd aad ,!y[Xty-thTfiti,_-Bhall--ffti^--tbe W aaO»  menceon thci first day of Scmmltay,-^ te te year cl^^htcea hundred bù^ axtf^ix, be«iiÉl' lAteted At the rate of two banttnid dwhni par capita for «ich of wdd years, inrtwd : ef te tunount thorin provided.  STATSOrKCWYOSt. ' ' "l . ■ ' ■■ -N -r-. /■ ■ ■■ ■  Office of tbeSeeretanr of Stat«, f I bave otomiMreil tb« pnemAUi «Mk <h* iflgta^  tihtp.-t'itlfer itsorgainc " can make tran8gi:fisaioii_oni-4l»e~r4ghtH i)flHë'^itîzënlegi ti m ate. We demand,-and ask yoit fo* concur in demandiog, protection to e very citizen of the; great 4lepubHe7(ïiHlîuHia»iBr7jfiajuatityiJëfôïê the law," and further, that no State government should be rÊ'co^nized as legitimate under the constitution in so far as it does not by its organic law make impartial protectionf full and complete. Under the doctrine of State Sovereignty, with Rebels in tho foreground controlling Southern Legislatures, and embittered by disappointment in their schemes to destroy tlie Union, there will be no safety fov the loyal element of the South. Our reliance for protection is now on Congress jmd^the .gre„aiJImQii_patty„il^^ stood, and is standing by the nationality, by tho constitnlional rights of thè citizen, and by the benificent principles of free government. For tho purpose of-bringing the loyal Unionists^ of~tho South into conjunctive action with the true friends of Republican government of the North," we invite you to send delegates in goodly numbers from all Southern States, including Missouri, Keutucky, West yirginiaj Miiryliw^^^ and Delaware, to meet at Independence Uall, in the city of PliiladelphTa, on the first Monday of September next. It is proposed that we should meet at such time to recommend measures for tho êstablishment of such government in the South as accords with and protects the rights . of all citizens. We trust this cali will be responded to by num-erom delegations of sncli- as - represent the true loyalty^of the South—that kind of government which gives full protection to all the rights of the citizens^ such as ouif fathers inteaded,, and we claim as our birthright. Either the lovers of constitutional liberty must rule tlwi nation, or rebels and their sympathizers be permitted to.misrule it^ iShell loyalty or disloyaltyhave the keeping of the destinies of the nation ? Let the responses to this call, which is now in circulation for signatures, and is being numerously signed, answer. Notice is given that gentlemen^at a distance can have th«ir names attached to it by sending a request by letter, directed to D. W. Bingham, esq^, Washington, D.C. '  W. a Stokes, Tenn. J. i^. Fowler, Tenti, . A. J.ilamilton, Texas, 0. W. Paschal, Texasj  bia oflc«, and do bemiqr o||««MihM iM* 9imt  Uw on file in ______^ ,  .ttieaambisftconecttnuubtlpt tbenllmk whole of «aid original Uw.  FBANCXSC.BAEt.dir;  ■  .CttAP. 832,.........r yr  AN ACT to amend nt act entttkd at*  conferring additl<m*l powers w Beirihi if Towns Auditor«," paked Ifasebtth^lMMi een. hundred and uxty, ii lietab/ teaiMM mt  as tdr^atjfqllows: ___________________  ^ 17 "llSe boargr«f town auditow eral t»>wn8 of this State, in ndditkm W <te  thorltywew-^v^tar iii wdi  the power and it shall be tj^dN^ Hk at)niWm^ln^or f^frtlra aoOiMiofii of jUK tfce« cf the peixce ani convtabiea ft« la criminal coses, wliich are by law dhwgeAble any such town^ uid the- «moimt tlMmof aball b94n«ladt!d4a^;thdFHDertiileato and MiaiM ^^ the board of ntpervlion of the «Mnt;)^'«pan such town in the same manner, aa «rthat tovs chargi» are now assessed and coUecied.  In every where any accooafc of » Jaatletf for thepf^ ortown coniUUeforfaw fai cria»« inal eases is an^etf by a board of krim aadi-tors of any town any tax payer of aaU'towa may appeal from BucbauditinjS aod aUomum' to the board of superviBoni of the OMmtifi itad: such board of supehrhtorg shaU tlwmqw Iwiw;, power to audit and allow.aocli bill; and la eaaa any such accotintshid) W dlaallowiMI or te mnount therefor redoced, the initj liiMtnlliig the same shall have the same rIghtofaffMu at above provided. '  § a. Kuch nppetil sitall be toluA witMa fiva days after tbe aitowancQ or' disallowanot of a bill by sttcK town audttow, in whole or iat part tlie service of a notioe of appeal > lit Wihiw on the town clerk, and eidd town clerk forthwith thereafter transmit add = bill' tb te board of superviRors of Biiid county tp ba wadHedf and allowed by then), and said board of towv -auditora Bliall have no farther jarlidtetiott anysuch bill after the servici) of aakl nottpa of ap|)cal. :  § 4. Itafter service of any notice of tfmA^ the bill is not transmitcd to tiie boaid of auper-vi^mM-hf;r6io.proyided,.Jio parttet^ be leviiki or collected. . - ' -  § & S^tich DMt of the ttjwn^- UUf^^: the Xbard orsupervliiors after such' appeal«, aa shall 1)0 allowed, sbsll 1» aasanud, ' levied and collectcrriiy the fioid^bouxd Tn the aame aaaoa^ Mothe^towns charged. ^ .  LAWS OF NEW YOBK-By Attthoritr.  [ETcry'law, nnlcBs a different tinealHil feaiM» Bcrihed th^in, «Ml «ommtoic« and taka t tfiel  throuehout the State, on aàft not belor* Ueth day after the d»y of ita final imm^r is imutt by tbe SecroUry of StaU, Sot, 1%, .«MO* «ta», f.  párí 1, Bc7lacd Bt«tate«.J - Every Uw ao publiahed in fhe BM« Vapar. aaar ba road In evidence trom tbe papar la wUci 1« iíail ba contained. la aUtta«enrta-orjaaUo« lii llilaaÉali mtá  tn aU t ----- ---- * _ . . .  inwhl  to, nntU) ______  wblcb U bwaime a taw. Seo, 8, tttla ehM. II firti Beviaé4 Btatataa, aaa Lava ot Ittf, cha¿m) ^  § 2. thls act sball take eflfiiéi tinmadhliiy.  STATKOrKKWYoaK. > , OffleooftbeSecntajryof Steta j I bayo compared the pracedlaa witti «1« mUlmá lawon file in this oOca; and do barabjr éaMSiM the «ame U a <^rreot tranacript tbataltaai «M^tf Ik» wbot* of aaid Oficinal Uw.' -  Timothy for muscle^ clbrcr fw nmv corn for fat. The timotliy shoald b«' cured when in TuU blossom^ or I ttttlt later. Clover should be cut wlMÉiS^st reddening, before it if foHy ittiitvraiL This is the time, and the oiUjr iUm^ to ^¡utclfiver. Then all the oàtAtìv« jd-' Lq^o Sh^r^^^ —j-eés-are-in-pcrfcctiòn:^ Sach liky-  (T WrWasaburiiii, Oa,  I said if this is so,why is it not made general ? Why is the District I represent specially selected oct as a victim 7 He said that wcs merely acci-d f ntal; that-frsends of his in Allegany County, on whom he could rely, had called his attention to the matter, and that he was in favor of the changes foj the reasons given, and that as soon as it couTd be done, hei waa in^^^^^T^ making the changes  sai./i^riy, and -will support no pariy that does not 8ta«d up tor the: ii^ritf oilmen?' The Sen ators of the Brofee^ hbod in the city declared that tliose who would prevent! liberty to Ireland cantjot be its friends in America.  John B. Kelso. Mo. Ü. VV.vAndersunjaít ■ J. Benjamin, " J; C. Underwood, Va, Parham Wardwell, V«, LewU McKensle, Va, John it. Troth. - J. M. Stewart, Va, Wat N. Berkley, - —AltoffO. tíwmoñ,jr«, J. AV. Uannicatt, « Alex 11 Davis, VC  Oeo. Reese, Alx_^D.JOilBghaav Al*r-  itir SalTofaT"" Byron Latlln. N. C,  P. & Góodl9(^ X. C^ U. Larcomb«^ Ala.  Jiinès Getty, XeDBu  tiishmen are invited to step into the go, on the 25th, resolved that''the Fell-  Scbolarabip iaa^ed^ tUa CoUeae wiUbegood for any length of tine';!« IMy-eigbt CoUege*. ing 4be Cbaio, Jfiae HarlhartoformatloB aAdraaa B;^Yf NJ k ^I^TTQN, BIICM0.-V7.  A MONTHi-<AU£»T8 i^tad tortita», lirdp new turtkki., but oobAddfaas O. T. ----- - 16ddaÎ0ï4,MalBfc  OÂBEY.CMyliafidiag. JaaM^  17-  ntet no man bd foo~proud to work. Lejt iDo mari be ashamed bf a hard fîst br sonbnnit countenance. Lethim be ashamed only of ignorance and sloth. Lut no man be anhamad of poverty. Let him only be Mhamed of dishonesty «od idlenesB. ■ ,i  located in what is called the Jones lot, iiear the about four  raiiles troip the Slieffield Station.  iTegr^ Testimony in Kentucky,.  Luwvii^, Ky., Tuesday. July 10,^ j866. The opinion of Jndge Haberon bf the City Court, excluding negro testimody op the grduiidlhat Congress canbt an-otjl tbelaw of Kentucky, ie poblished,  fiiUs it any personal hostility against me that prompts in this selection? He said riot I then stated that, as t¥o Union Member of Congress from that District, 1 felt that I-was entitled to be consulted with reference to the distribution of patronage of the Pi^trict He replied that my course in Cougresa did not .justify me in that claim; that I had farored a policy opposed to th(? views of tho Administration; that would only |iold my seat in Congress a few months longer; that it was the in-iention ^ secure the elèction of A'dniin-tsiràiiónméìi^^^^^  -1 tljii&p^saidj^ from what yorr say it appears to b? your design and that of thje friends of the Prpsii^'nt generally, to make war upon Congres8,break._up the Union party,aadlianil the Government over the Ooppeiiieads, He said he waslfrfavtyrpf restoring th^ TJnion ; and that Congress by it%, couise was preventing .^Bgked restoration, and that Congress was ^ much _ Tbìs now^tra^^^^^^^  Rebellion,and that Congress was break iiig tip thè Union party and uot the President. ^  1 saià-while wo differ an to the method of reconstruction, I have no doubt bot it is the 8in(»re desire òf all trae  If a man knows, and knows that he. knows, he will lead a happy life.  4f a man does not know, and know« that he does not kaow^ he may lead a tolerable life.  But it a D^an .does not Isnow, anc does not know that he dues not icnow, he^iH lead-a miserable lîfeî "  - 'it is4feebpnnon ot the doctor that -tlte^hrwyer-geta hiB li viiig - by plunder, while the lawyer thinks the doctor geis his by "pillage," and it ia the  opinion of-fcvcrybody"that-ther<r iB -no eqiial to the Excelsio^ Writing Infc. It will not cprrode_jik p^^^ not change its cbior. Sold oy all Bcok-sellerB, Druggists and Griwers.  to^tiïërFênîia^^  in which he defend» hi« conrae m the recent raid on Canada. He recooiend« the organization of circlea, mod tb« formation of military^ (^mpanies t^ the members under their dioaén le^era. He dates the addww itS*. ii^i*, Vfc.<Jaly4tb.  OoftlitiesofHAfr  Î  graoa cored—hs8 a sligbi ImstT»»  dency—-just what it wanted in wintor. It will be greedily eaten, «vwi. w^HM somuwhat touched with monk^Md yield milk in profusion. This Mvtr ails.- On^he other hand, tfmotby, i» stead of secreting milk, will for«'wm> cle; hence, the bü^ for hoi9M» .'Midl heneo preferred BO generallv^^ ^mw,: when early caí and |^ó|NEirfj 'cme^'-^ dried^iii io^ But OLb»_h  are about the caring of eitswi-wliie it is one of the finest ^roployiiwili.. IWra is;a fragrance about i^och; wtnm, émi -the pale green tint, wbicb WMkm U % most pleasant foddei'* •  Timothy, then, for homes; tSiimii ht milch cows; sad straw, wtA^mi mmj cut. for either.  with meal, or feed ciiurpts . SM,! litii with. We would, whenWl^Si bat little difference b«tw«w fm%«r> ley or even oat straw, wbMi míÑf ^tii properlv cured, and timotky Cor tlii^ especially cows in jailk. JPur jmi^ -stück^endertinrotby^ eiiBtte TW»"  promiscuouitl^ f^^ «iLluni  to feed witliout llakti^ mndk filai ti get a proper telecti«»« y.|«ifpi|lii It For initanos^ wy iiiá«iwii|pfci rili^ on purpoie for wl^« wlwiiiel this is one of Che elibspeit mÍ'^É «t the he«t bayvtliitM b» ii|lfir U the ssmmer, in i útQm^mm^i^  Nivifitioa on tìM Csnri*eHmBMr. Kiiiib.  moìm^nxMkmàtìi^^ì  of the trunk fiMM oTibi Im sqaedact XMw tniik ii M«^uè» struoted, iid i» M bo^ M Milli».  tieo will b* iiÉWMÎCl te»   

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