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   Angelica Reporter (Newspaper) - August 1, 1866, Angelica, New York                                 & ài a)iCKiNso;f,  ) ;, ÎEdUtotB and Proprietors. 1  VBIItnSi*»^« PER tí:Ali, Ili ADVANCK.  ta aU ewM where in Aeiayed tor raor« than,  ^^ tkm moQih«» WiUS «d JiUon tl will bo ch»rced  We haTe » large »nd complote M»ortment of pT»ln mA iknoy type, »nd oxcellcut proíse», and aro prep»-, nd to da handbUIn. la«r cases. ImoUs circalar«. oardn, ef- f'lNif tn fKct almi^u all muti« of plain and fUiey print-  Mit, prom^ and chcap.  m  m  VOL. go. j^i : ATOBiLICA. K. WEBNESDAY^icGUSTl^ 16G6. WHOLEm p0;  ' liil'i' .............  -<>■< fian mn filh--0>i>iH«aw ttw »»A  OwtijiwmNwwymr. ' Um  . «nwi ** iw» wümííi» ISia». '(wt  gwiíineiíKí  FIRE INSURANCE  Am^eliba« N. Y •  flí«rtla Ameiîcan Ihstiraiuce Co.  ííetr Yotk City.  --Aihetfc^tttnnrtfir-Cicmipai^^  New York City.  CA^a AJ^j^s^ . - • $593,973.19.  «. I-^LO Vb, Agent, p. 8,—The insured may parllolpate in not t>rofl». WOSff  Angelica, July S, 1868.  JOHN G^ COLLINS, ATTHRNEY ANOGOUNS=UOR  - ATT LAl Wj___________;......  " • oiflce—Firet Door Baat of Baptist Ghurafa.  ^ SAM BOLTON,  "FASHIONABLE BARBEM  Axn  iAIR-DRESSER.  tlrit Door Wcat of ^fifporf«• Office. Angelica.  i. H. Eggleston. -  Watch MlMlrand Jo\»re1er. and dealer ___ Ja alLlsindi« of Cloclss. Watciie«, and Jewelry Hepairin)! done oq short notice and re^ «»Ruble term«. • ■  Aagelica.Feb. 15. I8f.4. I385tf  Dr. C, P Carver.  Dental rooms OTer the storo of 8. N. Dennett & Oo. In Smith Davis' Block, AngeUca. aST I havo no r^'jpwrloer. I343:tf  PENSIONS,  BOUNTIISS, and Bac'c Pay. procured by tliQ subscriber.  R. LLOYD Claim Agent. Angelica.N. Y , 18il4. liOltf  DR. H. ». GORTON.  friendship. K. Y.  P . M . F I S H ,  <Jorner of Main and Glean street, vPPO Mte Uallibun's Uutel, where lUI kindft •r ni&cksmltliing will be done on the abortest notices and mnat reasonable teraifr— and Horse and Ox Shoeing in a supurior manner.  ALSO, Manufacturer of Carriages, Bug-. glen. Wagons, Ac.; and repairing done on iiotice—one ioor aouU» of the Blacif-smith Shop, on 01 an street.  Anirdica. N. Y. I385tf  3 A X T E R'S  ¡«Stítlltí OÍ Pittsic,  FBIEÑDSHIP, N. Y.  - ^Estiiblirtiisd in 185a.>  fitudenta gradnatcdin vocat a£d Instinm ma« •ic. and mualcal composition.  JAMES BAXTER, Principal and Proprietor. tSr Send for a circular 1406 :tf  . 4mos R, Smith,  OFCaneadea, would respectruUy announce to the afflicted relatives of deceased sol dlers. that he ¡8 a leiriliy autiiorized Agent for Allegany and adjoining Counties, to procure Bounties of Deceased Soldierp. Also for the collection of Back Pay and Pensions.  Dieted. Cauoadea, March 29,1865.  FIJRIMTURE!!  HorniBWsville  T»e LARQRgT I>r WRâTERÎi NEW YORK.  RepresentloK over #27,000,000  .Vl«»«*«.  ^tna, Hartfnrd,_________fì4,067,455,80  Horne, New York,...... ..8,598^614,14  Itirtofr^mipr  riiCBnix, New Y..rk,..... 1,063,192.11  Security, New York,;... .1,68^,860,24 Hartford, Hartford,..v., » 1,58a, 163,62 Lorrillard, New York,... * 1,402,681,18 Home, NewHaveii,......I.000;00n,00  Internationa!, N. Y.^.... ; 1,000,000,00  Phoonix, Hartford,.. ..... 957,000,00  Metropolitan, N. Y.,...... 612,871,78  -f^twam—ff?inford7:T7Trrr^44:455;tr N. Ainer'cn, Hnrtford..... 500,000,00  Yonkers & N. York^ N, Y. 5ÒÒ.ÒÒ0.00 Uity Fire, Hartford,...... 440,651,72  Travelers* Hartford—Accidental, _______________ 600.000,00  New York Life,........ 5.000,000 00  Total.... .....$27,459,809,00  Parties dcBiriaf( RELlABLB {n«urance. at cquitahie rmCTt ^»11 find It to their advantage to apply at tKU Agency before insuring or renewing their policies elsewhere.  CRANE, COYE & YO0NG, Agt's,  C. H. Y0C.N0, W; O. CoTit, N. M. Cbavb.  BUSINESS COLLEGE  And Telegraph Institute!.  This is the roo8t^rac^ica7 and thorough Commercial College in the States. It has been cstabUshcd twcPte -^QsxSi^ndJuiS accuj-ed an unparnllcled reputation for pracucal and ~thorouKB instrucUon.—--------  PiBViUANSinP. ~  We "can safely say, that no ins it ition in the world has produced moro first class penmen than tho Buffalo College.  ROOK-KBI^PIIVG..  Every variety of Singla'eiid Double Entry Is Uught. fh>ni the most simple to tho most complica.ed. Tho School i8^{rad«d; €on9i8Ung of Primary, ihcoreticnl andPractlcal 'Departml-ril«. Tlie Practical depart-mentis t!ie most perfect system to be found In the world.  M.lTltEMATICS.  Thorongh instruction is giveu in Commercial Arithmetic and the higher mathematics, when desired.  CO.n!aEIlCIAL LAW.  Pupils become familiar with the Law cf Partner-Hhip, Agency, Contracts, Commercial Paper, Ac., &c.  TELEGRAPHING.  This department is flttied np in the most complet style, and is in every respect equal, if not superior, t any institute 11 tho Uritcd SUtes.  SCHOLARSHIPS.  rfieUT>la«hip^t8sUerin fms CbTlegrwntT)^^^ any length of Unio In Fart.v-elght Colleges, comprising the Chain.- K.ir farther liiformatton address  BBYANT & 8TBATTON, Butr»lo,N. Y.  April, 11 18G6:yl.  E. REIüEINGTON&SONS.  ST.YlTKACTUREnS  REVOLVEBS, B1ÍLS, Muskets and Garbines,  For the Uuited Stnto»Service. Also.  POCKET AND BEIT REVOLÍfERS,  Ropoatine; l^li^tol«, . KIFLE CAyjCS, REVOLVIXG RIFLFSI Riflo& SbotOnn Barrels, bOun Materials^ genneral-  tho country,  In these days of Honré Breaking and Bobbery every House, Store, Bank, and Office should have one of EEMINGTOB'S REVOLVERS.  Clrcnlara containing cuts and description of our Arms will be fUmlshed t pon application.  E. KEMINOTON 4 SONS, nion, tí. Y.  Mqcrb íj Nicapts. Assatg, >  A'o 40 OmrtioTtd St., "A'bw TVsrifc.  maK 21.  I'U Harry no Man if he Drinki.  I krtow I may bo an old maid, May live and may die all forlorn : Of that I am tjibt tnuchi afìtuid, ;  l'or thát 1 enppoflc 1 was liom^ But one thing I know well cnongb.  Although you may call it all stuff, ■ I'll marry no man if he drink«, I'll marry no man if he diinka«  I çee my friends wjcd every «iny, ' ■  I'd husbands They make 'i^plendid matches' tbey iay.  I think tlxat tbetr wives mwt be blind; For Horry and Alfh^ aro men Who staj^er and- groan like a Spblnsi,  And so ! rep^t it again, I' ll marry ho man if be drink^ !  NlTmalfcrbow poor I may be, ! No drunkard's home can e'er be «»ine*,. Cold water^B the one dniught for me, '  1 never wiil drinkof^he wtee T"" " And maidens be cautious and wise,  No matter what 'Miss Onindy' thinks, Old topers and tipplers despise. And mariy no man if he drinks !  KEROSENE CAfi STOVES.  TEA AND COFFEE BOILERS, GLUE POTS, ouruAPis, &c:  ilSj- / AH the Conkitig f )r ii fimily niiyiCd iKi" be done with Kerosene Oil or l^less troublci aiid at leas cxi>(insc than tST by any other fuel, -gff  Each article mnnufiictured by this comp.iny is gnarantct-d to perform nil that ih claimed for it,  for Circular .^jr LIBEIIAU DISCOUNT TO TUB TRADR  KEROSENE LAMP HEATER CO.,  206 PKARi, STREET, N. Y.  WHOLES A L.Ë AIMD  ........ .—-flY  BETAIL  COOK Sc FORSVTIZ  IN  .ÎÎ  ANGELIGr:  OP E VER Y DE8CRIP riON and STYLE.  Both Home-Made. and "JiouglUen,"  Which win be sold f^eapcr than at any other Establishment - > In the State.  In addition to our  . Complete Assortment  —................  CABINET-WARE  We havo oa hud • Splendid stock  . Looking Glasses,  lOVAL PIOTORE FRAMES A MOLDINGS,  ' ^A GRE It VARI Err OF STVLES.  AiftvCtfred ORNAMENTAL BRACKETS, and y*. rious other Household Fixtures.  S p, r in g B e d s  .._g|STe.5tti)jaBtóttt.Pateiit4.-_---'.-----------------^—  > AT TRESSES.  ............  V CALI. AKD SEE us BEFOBE BUYIKO«^ F. S-^The trade can be supplied with Chairs, Bedsteads, and all ¿thér Cabinet Ware, la the white or finished,  , p<i'liberal terms.________ _ irr .  " ' &AV. COOK, K. A. FORSYTIT,: - -Main Stieet, ooa door weit of ttM lUttilwm Hotel. 5  /I4SI3 Aniceli^K-T.  ni"  pLBTATtSO OVKII ftTUVSArrlHii «ari. ICiUiNf «ètat.Mi »híeLjtóiéáiiil  Cough iio  More!  DR. STRIGKUNO'S  MELLIFLUOUS  Cough Balsam  Is warranted to bo tho only prepay  ration known tocurc conghs, colds, hoarseness, asthma, whooplngcough.' cfiiroiQc coughs, eonsumpUon. bronchitis and croup. Bein» prepared from honey and herbs it is healing, softening, and expectorating, and particularly suitable for all affections ^of the Throot and Lungs. For sale by Druggists svery-wbere.  HStceringr î'orïïe^od»------^—  There if a strong inipt-ossiion afloat in political circles that tlibre is troublo of some sort ahead dui ing the comin{ç year—trouble more Borioua. than any which tlioconnlry lias yet had lo off-couiiltM", ami it is but rig-ht that the public Kliould know oxactly the nature of the <laii{j(,T into which, ill the opinion of a incattnany men who are itei-ther liaBty nor simple,it is rapidly drift-  There is now very little question that tho President has/ully resolved to com mit himself tfr the cr^nso of the South,, and tnrn the Government over, bo far as it is in his power to~do so. will TTunîe a vi};«)ioriF èflR>i^t fô d«r tins By the lormrt of law, and by a liberal «se of corrupting official influ(;ncop; but ho will not stop with Ihesp. He has entered upon a path which may, and, unless there be more modoratitui in him than has yet bct'ii revealed, probably will lead him to an attempt to cary oiU his theories by force of arms, unleas ho thoroughly defeated in theeletions this fall as to destroy all his hopes of di-vidîng the North......, ............  All < ur readei's aro fii^iliar with the threats whicii have been made by the Piesident's n( w allies, of his recognizing tho Sontliern members, and those who might join them, as the genuine Congress, this is not likejy to be done at present, simply because a quorum co»»Ul not l>e got-together  in tliat ' tvay; VV^hen the SnIWthern seats are filled, Uiere will be 12 senators and 242 representatives. But there are not more than 31 persons now claiming to be san alors, nor more Ui«» 93 clanning lo oc representatives, who could possibly be induced to take part in any such disorganizing and revolutiiiiiary proceed-iivgs. The scheme, therefore, cannot at 4jr^ent_bc_Lcai'rkd ont mth th^^ est pretence of legality.  But the next Congress will present un entirely diferent question. There is very little doubt ihat the Republican party will lose one representatit'e ill Connccticnt, three in New York, one in Pennsylvania, three in Ohi«), three in Ifidiiïtïa, two in IllînoÎH, one in Mic-h igan, one in Wisconsin, two in Miifs-omi.and one in Kentucky; while the lour John8onUnit>u members from Maryland, Kentucky, and Missouri will be KliC<:t'eded by oilier JohtiHUli men, if not re-elected. Four of the members elect from Tennessee to the present Congress are too loj'al to support Mr. Johnson. Not more than two of these will be re-elected. No members have been yet elected rn Texas. Four Secessionists will appear from that reconstructed State next winter. Thus, at the opening-of the Fortieth Congress, 117 persons claiming seals in the House will certainly be prepared to support Mr. Johnson's poPcy. If he  CJio iuily JT^w'^y^^'^-JnoWrJiej^^  clear majority of those whom he wiH-consider law'ully elected to the lower branch of Congress. Now it is very probtible that, in addition to those h)Ss es tt'hie.h wft have before mentioned,.  in a struggle wherein he can have no pretence t)f legality upon his side} but think tirej-fomer ^a^ highly improbable, and the latter almost impossible. The only remaining prospect, unlesa the courage of one party or the other fails at the last moment, is;pt!w7 M?ar.  The disadvantages of the loyil North in such an event must not be ^etitettortinderratedr Thiff^Otnliirm^^  of coiir«t*,'.rvfii8«f tti aclinowledgd „tlih validity ¿T tiio' ptdttf<fdiii|iil would equally, as a matter of course, bruig aboiit-acojuflictof authority, the dccidjon of which by the Senate would be unavailing to an appeal to force, ll convictt^ by t wo-thirds of Ihe court of  •ifre do not think it impojwible to avert tlwm; but the effort will it?quire the utmost wisdoin and firmhess on the part of the^N<»r!bern people; A^mWy preparation for the conflict of 1861 might have prevented it al together, in - which case those which foresaw its ap-  impeachments, as now constituted, tlie »roach might have been ridLCuled_ as  m  of the sentancG, the t wenty-two -South ern Senators being excluded, and thus the issne would be left to the decision of arms.  If the oetv coalition carries 93 of the 184 undisputed aeatis in Oangrcss, Mr. Johtiaon'e triuinph may be âs peaceful as it will be complete; or if it faits to prevent the election of 122 Repubiicans, he may abandon the hopCL i^gncceaa  have, In such a. struggle, exactly the posjtioii which, if irhad taken It in 1860, would have insured its triumph. It would undertake to crush a divided North in the nanie of the Federal Government. It would fight its battles in the name of the United Slates, under the command of a nominal President of the United States, and with the aanction-of a .eelfistyled. Federal Congress It would have an equal chance for recognition by all foreign powers. It would have powerful aid at the North, especially in the States where local administration might be in the ha ndaofJolmson men.  Oh the other hand, it ia a favorable circumstance that the governor of every Northern State is now a Republican, and that the only governors who can possibly be displaced by Democrats within the next year (except in case of death) aire those of Connecticut, New York, and Pennsylvania. The bulk of the Northern States, therefore, as far us their executive authorities arft-Concei'Jied, will-GeFtalnly ce-operaie with Congress. The militia would be placed-under-its-control, and,--in the absence of a large standing army; this would be an immense advantage.  \\Uiat has brought this Government into such a critical position? Why is it that, after such a terrible experience as we have just passed through, we are again driving straight upon the"same f6cT<8T^Por~tw^^ perverseness of the President, and the lack of true statesmanship in Congress. On these points we shall make some brief remarks.  It IS now undeiiiauii.,t.. ^  been evident to all sen.sible politicians, that Mr. Jolinson, mouths ago, resolved upon breaking up the party to which he owed his election. His oiBcious ^iscUir^ijonA Ajf^eutriility i It the^lall ^f 1865; his hasty recognition of the 'Southern States before they had really complied with his own terms;,_tke offensive language of his vetoes, and the bitterness of his speeches, all indicated the desire of his heart to carry out the Mheme to >vliich he is now openly committed, of organizing a party on the basis of personal devotion to himself. As soon as he had secnred the success of this darling idea of his brain, he did not hesitate to stultify himself by opposing the new constitutional amendment, although it is, in substance, exactly' what he had himself recommended a few months previously. All his pretended moderation is simply indispensable prudence in a bad cause. His power of appointment to oflBce is restricted by an adverse Senate; his power over the army by a patriotic Lieutenant-General. The moment he is unfettered he will show his real nature, to the dismay of those  DR. STRICKLAND'S  Pile Eemedy  __Has cared thousands of tbtt vOrst  cases uf blind piles. It gives immédiat« r«liel, «nd effccts a permanent cure. Try it dircctly. It i» war-" by all  ranted to cure, per bottle.  For sale 1  1 Druggists »i ^ cents  DoCTua STIICKUaD'S Tonic Î  DYSPEPSIA.  on. STUICKLA.ND'S TOMC Is a concentrated preparation of roots ana herbs, with antiacids and carminatives to strengthen the stomach and nervous system. It is a certain rem-or iudigesfion, nervousness, lost of of the stomsobf flatulency and debil-y. It is not alcoholic, therefore paiticularly suited for weak, nervous and dyspeptic persons. For salo by aU Druggist'! everywhere at $1 per bottle. Jan* ly- 7106  «dy for dyspepsia < appetite, acidity oi ity. It is not aleo!  (Jfj-| e(\i\ PBa YEARi^We want agents Jp L.O* " ' everywhere to sell onr m»noTED $20 Sowing Machines. Three new kinds. Under and upper feed.' Wurronted ftvo years. Above salary or large commissions paid. The ohly machines sold In United States for leas than $40. which are/ally licemed by liowtt Wheeler. )£ IViUim: Omcer <t Ilaier, Sinoer S Co., aud B^keUUrr,^ ^11 other cheap machines are ii^n'a^vm^^jy^ Jhe^ nUer or uur «re Uatile to arral Tin/, ami tMpnimmeni. Cifcxi^n /ree. "iiddie^'^'or caU uiwn Shaw *Oto»k JJWdefonL  CELEIÜATCO KmniNQ  - re« lAia  Jkt .AxrcM'os  MOHINES  the Republicans will lose one member in Connecticut (Mr. Hubbard), two in New York (Messrs Humphrey and Ketchain),two in Pennsylvania^ Messrs. Thayer and Miller), two in Ohio, Messrs. Hubbell and Ashley, or Mr, Clark), one in Indiana (Mr. Hill), one in Illinois (Mr. Harding) and one in Wisconsin (Mr, Sawyer), ten in all; while it is not certain but that five or six other seats may be lost. Taking, however, these estimates as the basis of calculation, it will bo seen that the probable loss of 28 member«, though it would leave a Republican majority of about 40 in the House of Representatives us at present couRtJtviled (113„ Republicans toll Johnsonites), would yet give the Johnson party 127 members out of 242, in case the Southern delegations were admitted.  If the present programme is carried out, the Southern representatives will insist upon their right to vote for Speaker at the commencement of the .iMj»t^-0angj;e88^ The-Clerk- wiU  tated is for the 60 or 75 Jolmson members who are clearly entitled to seats to unite with the 48 excltided Southera-  a statesman,  Mr. Johnson has determined that his will shall be law. He, no doubt, fancies that he is actuated by a regard for—State—rights—and—eonstitutio guarrantees; but he has no hesitation  .«i-iejfoe. \ ere, elect a ^roporary chairman in  '. 'to«tir« aoM to eri«r. WDoor Wert <rf'place of the choose a Speaker,  lii H. MilviN, Agent! ^ j ftud dpply to the President for Tccog*  .....^ - ■ ' . ■ ■■ ■ nition. This recognition is, of course,  vii« ir»M» < »•wiiit c«»iit«t ov ao to bo given, and the unrecognized^  Hon«e to be forcibly ejected.  •IL  stylM. UhsUA iB mmémA» evi» »Mie.«erte* tét<M mk.. FI11¥-0>E ( '^ct te^filfÌL IISDâI.8. 0« Ptlier irrt prñ  tfc«», litot^afr^ CaMrisc» Ut*. Add fvTMib TK , ' ♦  Jivirti  We need not say that such conduct would lead to the inslant impeachment of the ofBciuls concerned in it, if the majority of theüáwfnl reprcBentatitre« .wereftU>w«d to meet »pywbere, and tfa»( tbe Presfaent would as # matter  in overridingthepe whenever it better suits his purposes. His regard for the rights of the States is so profound that he cannot tolerate the interference of Congress to save the negro race from extermination on behalf of rebtils at the coming Missouri election. His real object is to force a reconstruction of the Union without any diminution of Southern power; nay, even with an increase of it.  We cannot let Congress pass entirely without censure, although we are aware that its duties have been exceedingly difficult, and its path blocked up with embarrasments^ - Its-main defect has been that those of its members that have any wisdom, while the majority had neither, but simply good intention«. Mr. Stevens has iKildness and pluck that are invaluable; but, unfortunately, he , is full of the most absurd mediffiViil ideas Mr. Fessenden has an excellent judgment irn-moijt:questio««,''bu t is 11 vereautrons; -snd' SUowif tittie^ to  inghis ground. We cannot immagine how any one holding the views e:^rois% od in the reporl of tlie Oommitte on reconstruction could doubt the power of Congrees to re-organize the Southern States upon any basis :wbioh it might deeni fit. Had Congress done this, and completed the work'of restoration upon its own terras, the power of Mr; Johnson for miachiefjw^idd litye been destroyed, and the defeat of the Union party b^n impossible. ~  It is, however, more important to look to ihe future than to Uie past. Imminent as are the dangers before U!i,  f resTdent lecS iiiat tHe North is fully prepared td iueet him, he will be forced to abandon His shtimes, and those who now sound the alarm inay then be laughed at; but this is a, small risk for US to bear cottij/ared with the -dan? gern which might befall the country through the unwise silence of the press. The proceedings of the; Union caucus at4^8hington-sl»dw-tWt~our-appitF hensions are shared by many of the oldest ajid^cQoleat poliiiciaris T^iere|  NAIUIOW EscArs, A»» RMAKtABt,« Erncr.*-Mr. Jobn Croft orElilred, Piw, wliHe banting last wccit, climbed a amati ttet vith hit rifle In hand in ordw to^igeva bett<»r^cirtif á »qalriçln;h1e|F he dofifL'O to Iríiig down fit)B>,«nothèr trve in ifMrbJiotifidtillKQreragft . ,  When welt up In the ttce, ht» gnn held la a vtr-tical positloo Mota him, hf< yppj Bljjpped jtrlk-îhgrtû liâmmëTbf ihe goii with 'flnfficient force to $.xp1ade the cap and diacbdrge'the barrel. At the montent of dischnrge the'nuule of tlw gan was brought cIom ■gtiont his forehetd, «ni between tb:i eye«, iKôôgb bigli eaoagh to cany -th« vbtrge above big head, loth it BO ^«rioftle «on-leati ot tíiM barrel wn r«e«tTed ta ujr part pt hit peraon; but tho eoncaailoB WM M frtAi that be was átanned and fell teñaaleaa to tbo gronnd. K«-corcrtng bia «onselonraeta in a nbmeat be fottad himselftfone òtind... He waa ted boat and Dr.  the language of oui^ leading generals show that they fofesets the same con-tingenciesj "and if Ave are mistaken in our fears we err at least in good company and on the safe side.—2%c Nation'.  Gen,^0'Ndl_the Feniàti Hero hi^ aj pübTic rcct'pii^n"^"^ the  other day^ and made a speech referring to the Johnson policy of crushing the Fenians in the following language:  I know many of our Ifisli friends say we violát(,^d the neutral^ laws, and that the United.States goverment cooíd not have done otherwise than it did. Many think so conscientiously. But I think that the United States was not bound to let the organization go on for years or to sell to leaders of tlVe movement lots of arms und amunition. On the fourth of July I aaw ah order from the Ordnance department of the  Unitj^d States ut.^^  to the ofiScer in charge of the gover-ment arsenal at Indinapolis, directing hinr to sell to a man in Ken tiicky Í200> 000 rounds of cartridges—-and that man is widely known as an efficient and uncompromising Fenian leader. It must have been known that these catridges weie not intended for target practice. No, the goverment has had^ our hard earned money and then seized our purchasesf it has acted US in bad faitlv. And who, are we? W4iat-are tJur-an teceden ta?-ÌKn"mè" tell yon, nearly every man with me in Canada fought for the . stars and stripes, some of theiu right at Andy Johnson's home. When this State was in danger they volunteered and went to the frontier. Yet in , his procjama-tion he has stigmatized us as "evil doers."" Trur he  friend of thciFcuian8,the friend of Irishmen, Probably he would say the same today. He has excused iiimsclf on the ground that it washisduty to cxecute  • neutrality laws. But whv does he construe it dffaniat na, ;  light of En-iland's perfidy during tlie late war? líe would to day turn me over lo panada, but he dares not do it.  Oen.^'Neit evidently regai-daT Andrew Johnson's professions <»f friendship very much as do the Fteedmen whose Moses he had promised to be.  Bread-and-butter-Randall, as we pre dieted some time since has been draw ing on the Post Masters for "aid and comfort" for the Orpheus O. Kerrd convention. One of his letters addressed to Mr. John S..Mann late Postmaster at Conde^sport Pa., received the fol lowing reply:  coudersport, PoTTEU co., Pa.  July, 6tL,1866.  Hon: A. W. Randall:  ' Deab Sir:—Your favor of June 25, enclosing a call for a National Union Convention, is received, with a request that if the call meets my approbation I will signify it by a brief letter for publication.  pSTvry law. BalM •  "B^nit of thia village waaçïûëd and ibnnd the baUa ofbotUexen^ bf UM Op of tfutcles  turned apward^ndUekwat^^totbtb^ Dr gtve at once anch tréàttnint the caaa de-mnn ded, and the pttieni tma bronght to Uita vit* lige for fnrthcr treatment. At tbia time the eon* trèoted tnnscles have been so Mlaxed as to reatore the eyes to nearly their proper potUlon, biit it la found that the opUe nerv6 biubeea ao paralysed by tho flhock as; to gl^tly endanger tho power uf AjtgliU.-llLO])gb-a.marlced Jmpi^^ ¿iK-^takea place and ^Ue patVcnt is able to diatinguikh the light of a Innip, or strongannilgbt from dtrkacn Wo believe Dr. Hurlbart es^ctii îo reatore the vision completely.  Wbotberwp conatder bow oar^, ma Mr Crofta escape fro^ triatant death, or the extraor-dinai7 éâict of tbe concnssioQ npon his brain and cyè8, thlB may be deemed a reiMrkaiU case;  Oltmn Timet. Swindled—Tho~ Ithaca Journal warns the^^îfbîî&ii'ffltiltôwsF'Oiir-f pw townsman, Mr.,Tr Hutchtngfl, was swindled out of $512 on thb Stii of June last by a fellow caliing hitiiself H. G. Patcii^n. Patchen stopped at the Inlet exhibiting a modël for a pâtep.t churn. Hutchlngsjbongljt the xj^t A^^ Tompjtins county for p2~Batchen contracting to furnish him with |325 Worth of churns and help him set the thing runing, &c. Having pocketed his $52 Patchen sloped, and it turns out his pretended patent is bogus--and the deed delivered is entirely worthless, Patchen is undoubtedly a cunning swihdierrand unless the press put the people on their guards will Oheat MieminLoJiiof patf^^  autboricadat^Moindto «ofMrtRwt,« «HMi to be conatruct«! «ad «atetskia m*-  pense uf the Stai* aj^iaUnbl* ja^ mnwilar swing bridge ewlinwuie* emk Utémt M ornenr tlie viUiis« of FaycCtvUlt, tf couoty of Onondaïc». at aocfa up la tlis upintun «f BAideoinniiaikNMriwiIl htka date peraoiM dotog buírineii «o. «alf < fi^er, nnd tbe dtiieat of Fay(HtvlUi ted n' dnlty,  _ 2. TheexpeoM of btiUdiiir. Mck not exceedlni? the aam of aixteen hundriddal-4iini, ^itMU wa»fMt«r4lMH4«dlfr  or of the Ciuial DepertÔMiit« jovt atti moneya appropriated or to be. ammnda^Tli ordinary reparin of the middle ttfriiKFWtkt canals,  § 9,« This act ahall take efleet Ini  Stati or Xsw Toac. OOc* of tb* SMMtarjr of Man. J have GOUBu*d the |w«o«< um onftte lB oSea, «ad «o _ ttieaaiâtt i«»oon«ettMnaa!ripl tk«r whole ofaatdortgloallkw.  him along.  The Buffalo ConVoH thus speaks of its co-laborerin sustaining the Johq-son prograinme:  "As to tho back sommersauU attributed to Mr. Raymond in the caucus of last evening, no one is suipri sed. He has demonstrated himself to be. a nim-Mè. supple-iack,„w  sides of almost every question which has àrisen since he took hiis wjat in Cpngresa. A few flip-flaps mòro or less will make no differenc^with him, althoiigh it may confute the engineer of his organ in New^ork.  The Citizen announces another bar gain between Tammany^ Hall Tttid^ Per* nando Wood for the Fall elections—the lattiir to get th^ Register, Surrogald and three  for hi.s promise of supporting the present City Comtroller for reelection the month following. Wood's Congress-' men, says Tfci ^tfttfen, are to be Broth er 13enjamin Wood, in place of Morgan Jones; - - Jaihn Jtf ortissy, a powjerful and: wMused, ask^; striking candidate, in place of Nelson * -- -  Taylor; and James Brooks, in place of Win. E, Dodge. The SiirrpgateHhlp Mr. Wood is annposied to want for his broth er-iu-law M r. Richardson.  simple people who miatake the shrewd- I presnume I have as good a right jOL  tiess MW sslitiCfati-i^-thB^  call, an.d I therefore take the liberty of saying that I have no sympathy with it nor with the men whose names are signed to it.  —In the spring of 1862 I spent—some-weeks in Washington, and every day was a irsteher to thè great debate in the Senate, on the right and duty of confiscating the property - of traitors^ Tlie speeches of Mesi^rs. Cowan, Doo-little and Browning un that occasion, were all of them calculated,, if not intended to throw obstacles in the way of the triumph oi our arms, and wht-n I returned home I toi J my friends those Senators would all land in the camp of the Copperheads before the contest was settled. The eifdorsement of this call by the Copperhead members of Coh-gn'ss shows that it is the bridge over which those betrayers of their constit-^ uent« are to march to the disloyal party of the nation.  If you can build Up a party of any strength by parading the n.imes of these recreants to the principles that exalted them into power, you deceive yourself  The people are in earnest, they have made such sacrifices as no pen can por-4ray, u»overtlu-ow4rca&on,"àndiio-«tîph^ istïy -can sSrôat- ou t fruijs of their victory, so dearly purchased—the first of which is,^t^^^^ ihcn, if tliere arc only "five thousand" in a State, shall control its destinies and fill its offices. ^  Ypiir movement sceks to^ control of the government of Uie nation into the hands of thosd who sought to destroy it, and of their sympathizers; and so it will fail-jusl aa the great Chi^ cago disloyal movenfent faile^^Read the effort to build up a Tyler party, and take waruing,  1 Truly yours, for « national union of loyal men, Johk S, Majïn^  ; One of the cases recently brt^ght be-i ore Col. Hart', agent ortlieTfeedmeh's bureau at Jacksonville, Ala., was that of a negro who had run awaj* from his fatnily for a few weeks, and on his returiffuund that his wife had been arresied for striking another negro woman, and sold for four years fiir the payment of her fine of $50 and, costs. His four tibvldren had been taken and bound^ufe to—diffcrent'iiersous^ until  It (hv Staia, ÓÉ /jj«a¡rtlMWorj by til» liecivtarr ofJiMa  pa«*l,B«viaad.lNat«tw.] ______ ...  "Svanrlaw rnfUtmitkiittOti «Wi fMdtóerMenSftoBaUMi mmt«« «otilabied,iK'aQ1l<« «Mirto orJiMli* la __  BavlMd Stat«««, tad UZ^ltSTdaTlQ  CHàP.rai; î  AN act to provide Car tbe fXUámUim «í • awing bitdi^ over Líiik«(om CMmTFMbr. Paaiad A|»ril », M«; pteaeat.  nePe^ffOmaUkififm iWi.' Aifetf«md AmmU^, db - i fliliy, ^  8sCTt09 Ì. TheUaiialComl*Ìaààr i»  .........  LAWSOr y&ir YOBk-By ÁatklÍM^.  •Min; flbaU comntimoe taà Ut* Sli^, on and sot tiaCora the UMtSy ofita ftaalpai rrtaryo(Stat4k Sae. lì irisad Statati.] [Bvçrjr law ao »abUaMd la tlw  caAr.695, ,  AN ACT In relatlim to tbe aafe keepii« tad fillnf; of the aaaent to town iabacripáotta to facilitate the conpletioo or ef  certain rallrooda Itt this State. ~ ' ----  PaaaedAp^ XkeJVtvJ« ifmstmtfXimi r»ni> nfi-kmltititamti cmdAm€mUii^4»0iadMfMom: ;  SccnoN 1, The original written dtfly acknowledged or proved of Ike itt' io tbe loanhig of nonejr <n tbe i it of anf town or dty, for.th« T of aach (owi| or city to «Id In* t  of any railroad iW the Sfat^, aNaU be ____  mid filed In thoôfSeçof tb¿clerk ¿f tbe^^Mty in^hicb aach towtfi or cftiea náy béìttiMriia^ and a copy thereof d uly certified W tl^ aati' county cicrk, shall be Sfed lu tbeófllei ol the xleriCottlie^tom-Cff ciiy^wber^ sentivo property afSected thereby la «ItvMair ^y1à#rèqulring « différent fliidg ttt'tbè  tiary nòtwithatahding, i i./rj'  § 2. This act shall take effect inaiedield^.'  • statk or New yoaa. » OâeeoftbeSecntaryof ~  I hare comparad thaprMsadhw wtth the eataterf Uw oa la UtU oOc«, aad mìSS  tehlt is a sad idefect when yoiitii^ dies arejiicapable of directmg'^^ own servants—shoes without aol«« or wristbands witliduia are not morf useless than one of these. One da/,-shortly after his marriage,« yoonitiMr ehai^t A^ent home^^iidrseving lt<i 4i|iiiir ready, aud his wife appetrnl  ïhey shoul^becotne of age.  JtórThe Fresa, Emporium says a serious accident occured at the Boston mines, near St Marys, on Sunday last. A party, consisting, of nine ladys and gentlemen wore riding^own the incline plane-in a car, which be(^ gable, running oflrthe track aud pre,-ci|ntating the occupitnts into the tb& shutesT Ono mdn,lir. An^^^ le, was killed, and all the others mòre or less injured,some ofth>m seriouily.  "Pops the razor take hold well f" Inquired a barber who was shaving a gentlemàn from thé country. "Yee," replied the customer, with tean iti his eyes, *'it takes hold first rate, but it don't let go worth a red cent.'^  T'ho t3obt .ìfeìo Dmociatic Era which boast& of being the 'dnly" ?^ son paper in Allegany '^County, and is  surprised as I shonld be at findiAf^^^llM-captaia of otie of my shtpe unacqaaiiil* cd with narlg;atipn.« Yon don^ ktto« how ta cook, and tíie mistress of a'fMK ily I Jane .if there is a cookiog^: anywhere in the city, go to it and plete your education, for it is dtlckat in a very important partíoiilar.* .  w^l¥irowFlfoliave been tliF^yCop-perhead paper in this county, says in its issue of last week that the Philadelphia Conyi^^^^^^ is "in. harmony ii}Uh and axixiMiary to ihe great aiim of the Democratic JParty"* Certainly, l>oe8 anybody donbt It T '  Thr; President having Vetoed the  new Ft-i^  itJ^_fiUgge8ted-that.4hft_attfimpt«-:oit  shady by passing things over his head during the recent heated torio deserving of all praise.  Dab Bjcb, theCiroia^dwnV risey the Pugilist aire DeraocnOic oaodklatea fov Cougrea^ and Jim Hen^, we imdewwid waata to go oa tbe Co^r tUlm lorV^  Go<rerBon Ftomoly the Deouwrai^ caa'l do better tiaBElfti?E^  What is the matter? 'Nancy went off at i^n o'clo^c thb mornhig,* replied hill wif,'and Um idhsB barmaid knows no more about «ooliia|^ a dinner than the man in ilie tmHm.*i  'Could'ntshe have done, it your direction?' inquired the biosteiif very coolly. »  'Under my directions? I •hoiilii'tilra to. see a dinner cookcd under nqp diieo' tioiis.' '  'Why so?' asked thebasband prise,  'You certainly din not thinit t ¿(HiM,'* replied the wife;_'how8hoald J itn^hing :rbont cookmgT' .j  The husband was «¡lent, bat bib leoc of astonishment perplexed and warrint his wife.  'You look very much aurprieed,*' iba said, after a moment-or two cUpwd. ^ 'And sol am,' he aniwred^'m Will  A few days «ince, a epeoiUMM Téak*  ce,fresh from bit rural boiae.toQÌt )b!trip to New York. A« be WM iMMMnifr down Broadway, he saw.a ear«' ,im m window, on which  ten cents a gtas«.*' Jonathan Ibbiiglit he would try some pf "Ibat ait iè^ Mhieh be'd tell- SrIs«%  the stofe àm cslHng^ for the riPFlier beverage; hé was startled alniiMt Ml of his boolir,- as. tbe. druggist twnM^lh* faucet. Ruslri: fix! wbisbl w^^tjmm; caj)ing gas and water I .Tbt «mIém jumped backvanl, witb M ijlkjlM and startled look, exelaini^g^ no sir-ee! You can^t play tbai m m! meal drink btltVbot«wp I  Hon. E. C. Roas, Radical tJntcai«!, has been appointcd^ Ü. S. Senatur in pljàoe oC' Jss. H; Laoe, decmA  Kansas. ''  - A grumbler eicplsràrtNIii^ÌPiM tem of raising reTenuiiMFipMlil s!  "Now,yon see,in tbe tisiìi git the bang of a fetlers btHH iM taxed.-Thea tbey fadoaCl he earns every ntontb.and tbètVi Then they find oat all aboatbls and on tbat tbey tayaIsts. f%i msoage to get some lax oa HW ' oam Next «oìMi  come, and tb*t% taxe«. tM^^É tbing is left, tbe ptttihn «»lib lÉM aad gets it to slMMb.lÉir llMMi^ t( tbolMiiàlÉIÉ.*'' *  I » A*« ' .ï^-v •-ïi' JO-"!  w__   

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