Angelica Reporter, August 22, 1866

Angelica Reporter

August 22, 1866

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Angelica Reporter (Newspaper) - August 22, 1866, Angelica, New York Pt'BLISItlfiO «VBAV WEDNESDAY^ t C. F. & Q.M, DICKINSON, ; Editors sand Piopiffötorl/" TBR»ISt~t4 PER VBAR, IN ADVANCK. In »11 eases where p'»>*mon\ Is adaycd for more thm tbrc« month», FU^^GcnUjtdditloual will Uo chaT^cd W« Uaro a larfte'a'nd complcto asaortmcut of plain ing. neat, prómpù and cUciip. n n ütfriify" -■•T^^rfeg-—r^jr—'Tìr^-tl'^.^-^-:--'......—--------------g.—¿V^ —......'"'Tr^IZZZrZZ:^^ _____'.............................. ......^-Lzr.""-":_~üi ÂNGELtCAj Ñ. Y.rWEDNESDAY,"AIJGUS^^^^ TrÍ0t¿lÑ0lLÍlW «M' Om np^ttliMi WEUltifc^ «--Jgf - CAmtiajaf^SláBiáwMBM^Mm ê iiMf < ; M'EiNSTONCE An g olU , Nv T. Nortb Äraiericali In^iiraiiiceCo. t'ASH ASSETS $751,65357. Arbtic fnsitraiicc CoiiipaitiF* New Vot!^ City. : - CA3H ASSISTS. - r J • ¡ $593,073.10: ii. .TiLO VD, A^ent. p. S,—iHe Insiiicd niily jlartioipate in net . Urofi».' : iSostf AngolJcav Jaly 3.1 SfiJ. ATTORMEY AND COUNSSUOR ■ AT uAW; , . Ansefica, Allegassy I cnhty« • briice—First Door Kast of Baptist Churah. SAM BOiiTdii» FASHIONABLE BAllBEK ■ ASDf- V '--i. ■ •:H Aia-BRE'S'SER, First Door Wcatof 7?fporiir C^ic<. Angelica. Homelidyille ¿ rJPti&u.fiance. ! illE LARaKST Ifi WESTERS NEti" YORK. Keiuesentini; oyer LtJii IJjrtff.rd,$4,067,455.80 Ilonic, New Y«rk,........S,5i?8.G74.I4 Ins. Co., N. Amcr. Phil.,..1,731.000,00 Plicenix, Now ..., 1,063.192.72 Sccm-ity, New York,______1,682,860,24 Hartford, ilartfoid..... ..1,583,163,63 Lorrniard, New Y^rk,.... 1.402.68J.I8 IfoiTlP, iieWliuvefn.V... ,<){)tt,000.# Iiiternationiil, iN Y.,.____1,000.000.00 PliOB.iix. Ilartfoid........ 957.000.00 Metrt)poHtiin^N..Y.,.V..:.. 612,871>78 Puttiain."iiartford,....... 544.455,67 N. Amer'cii, IlarUbvd^ r. r., 600,000.00 ^hkci^s'iic Y: 600.l0bO.00 City Fire, Hartford,... *.. 440,651,72 TraveierK'Ilarlford—Acci- * denfaT,......... 600,ii0{);M New York liift',.........5,000,000 00. Parties de.sirin« RELIABLE Insurance, at Plltiitalile raiefi, will find Ú W thlñr ádyftntape ibátiply at this AíWncy'beloré inàiiring or tebt'wing their policies elecwhero. OttANE. COYK & YOUNG, Agt^s. C. H. Yoü.vó, W. 0. COTR. . N M Çra*k. Ühe World is What we Hake it- 0. calf not tuia a vaio of tea«. A w>rlil gloom and fwrrdw ; One hali (hp pttet thdt o'er as com» Fjoja-wlt vvfi - Tiie «iWh h Iteatìtlffit rthd ßood : Hdw loiliî v<îll fiíán íiíístidío it ? The folly la wîibin ònrsulvTCS— TUe world is what We loako it. Did we but striyc io Hinke the best " Of troubics that befall MB. Instead of ttieetlng care« hrtlf-way,. . •ITiey would iiot appall us. Eavtli ba$ a spell för loving Hèaifta Why tihould we Bcék to lireaU It if -iikstiii^atter-àoweiti-inri 'I'he world is what we make it; If truth and love and gentie words ' Wc foolcthe palnii tt» riourish, The Bceds of discontent woitld die, And peace and cotiboru flou riflti. O. has not each wime kindly thoifgbt? Then let'« at onee.nwnko It ; Belicvinir tÌuit, fot ^na<] òi ill; . 'flie world vfrHdt wc make It. J. H^ Egglestpn. - .W«tcli Maker and .feweler, And dealer fe^___ 7 in all klndfl t»f. Clocks. Wateh'es, and Jewelry Repairing done on short notice and rea-■osMble termi*. -----------itagetica^Feb. 15:. -----------------1 a8ftif , Di'. C, P Carver. O^Ntl^T pentii .rooiris ov er the »tore of 8. ÎÎ. Bennett fc Co. |iarl!içr, , : .• ; ; 134.3:tf , {B PENSIONS, OUNTIES, and Buo'i Tay. jirocured by the subpcrihor. U. LLOYD Claim Agent. îî. Y , IBíií. : ' HOUí DÄ.T5; B. eeíiTON. rhendship. N. Y. H20 ' P . M. F i -tjorncr of Main and OleUii htreet, uppo-Hte Uathbun's Hotel, where «»II kinds «f Blacksinitliiiig willbe-doiie oil the nhoftesl nl'tl''»;, and iiidSt rea.^o»alile terais— ¿nd ,-llors,e and Ox Shoeing ia a-superior manner. - . ALSO, Manufacturer of Curii<tgc.^, Bug-.¿le.% Witgdiis, .tc.; and repairing done on Ibort niHice—one door south of the Black amith Shop, Q^n 01 ail street: 7 Anffi-llca. N. Y. . l.'iS.^tf i >J. HOMANDEVILIJB & SO»^, WERAL IN^tiRANCE A&ENCY. ttl^k, PiRH iNb A^fbENTAL. Assets over. . - Hi • ^ T:;^6,000,000. Assets of Companies i- Homo Fire lilsurauco Co.. N. Y..........$3,698.604 U 41<;tropq| <• " .........1.0«. 148 48 Ins.<:o.otN. America. Pi The New 0rle8ii§ lloti -Tlio New OrIean.s corresfiohdent of the Now York 7\"mfts,eviderlll^ vVntinj^ ill iffiiorancc of the theiiry put forth by tliat journal rcspfctiii}^ the recent riot, furtiishes a pfrjipliic account «»f the dreadful alaupliter, from which we glean tlic foil<jvvin«f extracts: HOW THE CON'VENTIOK WAS ASSAII.ED. When the treeinen membera of the America.Piu........i.73!.(Mio00 Convention, spectatofs and others, had NiaRara firoins Co..ii. V;.............I'.'-iKf"i been driviMi iiitu tlie buildini?, the Manhattan " ■■ ............ 1,078.414 40 ,. , j i-. .i . % «erniaiiia " ..........V/.. '/18.659 32 policf advanced tt) tlic entrance and l^tai « ::::::::::::: tbcir way np atair« ^tuv ^ror Arctic r ...... CI4.1011«! of the Hall of llie House of IvrpicscMi- " ............. where the Convention had MiitnaWkmriifc InarCoTr N; j.......... 9. ^cen Equiteblc IjSfe Insnrdnco Co .......... 1,049,480 00; , . i j ■ .. i snw vnru Arr-icinnfJi 'j.5o,oM00 L''i' U"'lian ictreateu. i5ev<;- ral diflivrenf Jales arr f()Tii as to' whjil f<)ilowe<l. Certiiin it is tliat one police- was imrtiilly wniiiided in the hall, whih', as lie claims, h was attempting to arrest a nicmlM r. It i.s clainied by office;IN I'tiii: Unio'n .sfuEl3T,^a meinber wIui was wonntred by this ! that he tried to 'slioot, D. M.VN1>EV1I.1.K.^ l^.ji.j, kllOck.-d UJ); thc ---------- . " 1"——---------- ball Bped h:irnil(?ssly int«i the air, DYSPEPSlAi I wiuToiipon he seized the weapon by ni{. sTnicKLAND-H TONIC in «! iJn; barrel and struck the member on concontratril pn-piiration of roots ana' ,, . , -., l .i i t* h«r6s, witii autiackfci .md carniin:»- t!ie teii'ple With the bnttend. It Xcw- York ..Viciilcnfcil..,. ToiAi..As»Km . 57 , fi^Insuranco paomtj.Uy cifrliiiiii % ninil or'other- , wi«e in any of tlie dboy»; companies on nil kinds . of ' property- The prompt udj.utitmcat of Losses a spo- , ciality with tiB., ) ■■■ H-'f.;:. i, I «5rAIl conimnnications promptly attendod to. J^,, t!ie ted'ple said tliat :vll hands in the cdy for dyHpipjiia or indisÖHlion, norvousncRii. los» of ¡ tlie'r filCe.«;, and af'ti^r lllíí tive» to strenctheb tho* rtomacli and norvoHH Kystom. It i-s a «vi-la'in n-in^ CI II fell on ptilic«' hatl apiKstitc, .-.ciditrv of tho rt-Vmaoh, flatnlr-ncy and del>il- i ity. It is not alcoholic, therefore paiticnlarlv snited I . chiiirs, &e. After this, R. Kiniç Cutler is snid to have demanded that e very aVULed h^nvrthe ruoni. Captain Burke, formerly Union Cliicf of Police, did so, and ; received a sliolit flesh ^Vniind in the oxpeJ.ded their shots -nt np and drove for weaU, nervous and d.VHpcptic persotiS. For aalo f flu-rri oilt of the roOUl Willi t>y all UnTKSist>rcvcfywhoruat$ÎA)er hottlè. ' jnn' ly- Itm DR. STRICKIAND'S Ip »-ärranted to íiá the only prcpa-1, nsth- Ì BAXTEK'S liistiiiite of Pitsk {''RIENDSliiP, N. y. (lîstal.lirthnd in 185S,) ' '»Ttn Students (graduated in vocal and instrumental niu-tic, and musical compoalWrfh. , JAMES n.\.XTEU, ^ !?rincipalandiropirlctor. Send Tor a circ'.m? . 1406:tf ~ Ainos71^ toith, / ,\li OAn.eadea, would respectfuily announce ï' / to the aîflicted riílative« of üfceased »«ol lîiVrp. that he i.s a le^aUy ant'iorized .Agent lor All<»gany artd adioIyiJi^ Countiíb?, to pfi> care Bouiities of DfcyawH Soldiers. Alao for the collcctipa oftBack'Pay and Pensions. Dated.Catwádéa. March 20,18(>r). , FUKINITt'RE!! II ET AI L WIIOLKSALE AND : BY ^^ COOK Sl rORSITTH IN ANGELICA: ratioo kijown to cure conphs, colds^ hoorscness, ma, ^Th^Vl>ing:congh, cbroiiic coughB, consumption, bronitìiitis and oroup... Beìnb prcpàred;fiwm lioney licrhs it is hè'JiUi;. ROfteuins and ctpCctnmtinR, and particnlarly pnitalilj! for ali nirections of the Throat and Lvinj-s.- For sale Uy Driiggists sverj-. wherc. DOTfflCKPND'S Pile Èemecly ¿ijtilltitd and s^ike it into tho heart of a rfyi«;? «c^tn^oii Coinmon.-flTrept. Tlio blood i{}il-te<i out iii great "red jets, Btaiiuiiif the muvdtir's clothing, fact) ana hatidsi. He got tip and displayed aigiial intended for the poHco was adóp^' ted by the rioters. THE CORRESPONDENra VOtJCHKIt. It IP impossible-to />Km) -you anj' more details than I ha^e without go- the gory marks atl {hough they were ing beyond the limits of my deairo to prgyd emlde^^^^^^^^ Jttcmsh. only uutiioritkii. .«jtatemeiita.. I Tifose^ - -.1 ... sufâçé to show you how the freënaiën were treated ItVa minibvr of casca. , k ¿RAVE '•NIGGER." , I saw a ctiltjicd cf:irporal of pn artillery regimeift^ ii^ipalentl^i i^alkin^- in the middle of Barrontlfe t^treet, wlii!« o'tl hÎH right hand liti iiifiiriated - tJrovVd <Vere chasing u freeman do%vn the «îilaîmlkHmtLonJiis-liift^antl^ crowd was chasing onë up thé sidewalk. Each crowtl were firing pistols and throwing stones and clubs at their Victim. Thé corporal walking in the middle of the strütít; ilí flill, -wUli auî»v arms oiil^^ and 8«)ldieH|' aa if on drill, iie had been sent on an errand by one of his officers, and was returning. It was a scene that m a dé iffy Iféart thrijl ^jth ¥dm1fatTóh~ fóf á bïâ he was as black as ink, INDOMIî.^BLE ÜNÍ0Nls:>r, í heard a Union man in the midst of a crowd of rebel rititel fl, who were pounding a negro and shouting for Jeff. Davis, «wear at them and call them ti-ditorá and every epithet of ig-nonliiiy that iiis tongue C(»uld'commatid. StraH_^e to say, they allowed him to escapé Unhurt. An old gray-'hoaded Iri-jhmaiij member of the Convention, named HaVtles; ditl the same thing while passing ti ro' the crowd under guard, althoilgh they had ropes ready to hang him. He de-ííeir tlieín Oy^Io their worst, aiid threatened to haunt them "wid his ghdst" if lliéy-haiMHed--:rhxiir"0t'ÍiÍ8~hwtoT:— When Fish, the first metiiber that I aaAv: iirn'flted^ wus jiaMing dy^^^^ street, a nillian mounted a piece of scatVoldlng in front of a new building and ¡itt»ítnpted to throw a rope Ot^er his head. Another one hit hiiii in the back with a brick hut, whereupon he turned around and defied tiiem in language remarkable more for its abusive-ness than politencA-i. THE IxSSTlTÜTE AFTER THE RIOT. Yesterday morning .everything about the building was scrupulously clean. At niglit it was blood-stained and smeared with clots of human gore from one end of it to tho other. The stair way, ihe halls, the offices, in Tact eVe-rV apartment, shows conclusive evi-cítí Has cured thousands of tho worst ■asos ot bliiid piles. It gives imnied^to relief, and j etleets a prrumuunt cure.. Try it directly. It is war- i ranted to cui-t. tir sale by all Druggists at 60 ctsnta per bottle. K REMINQ-TON & SONS. MAUFACTURERS REVOiVERi RIPLBS, ^nd Qarbines, ■ !\.r the UaUedfjt!iie.?Blíi•vic^<^ Also. BOdET kna BEIT REytVERSi l«opc?atlnK Pistols, lilFLE CAyKS. ItEVOLYISG lllFLFS Rilie .V rfbotdnn Barrels & Gun Matorlals.^qnneral, ly. Sold by Gun Dealerfi and the Trade throughout the fountry, , - ' In these days of House Breaking and Robbery every. Hoi^, Store, Bank, and Office shoulci haSre one of EEMINQTON'S REVOLVEHS. fUrcnlara containing cuts and description of our Arms will be furnished t pon apphcation. E, REMINGTON i: SONS, Illon, N. V. Mocne& Nitfttiil, Ai^gnU; . No 40 Cnurliand Si.', JVcw tork, mar. 'il. side while pasfliliii oiif. Another version of this assault is, that the politie-man, without deiniinding tlie surrender of any one, )ioked their pistols through the half open door and fired promis-c.jnsiy at the crowd inside; thid While a white flag was being displayed from a cane stuck up on the speaker's platform, li is certain that so much confusion prevailed inside; that each ol the stories inay have some foundation; Icr with the hubbub (>ccasione<l by the firing and the shouting of the one hundred.or mortMueii in the hall, no one conhi see or here anything, or le able to tell exact'y what occurred. THE WAY ARRESTS WERE MADE, liut few Ireemen were arrested coming out of the buiMinjr, as they were i.iparb' all shot dead at sight. The Rev Mr. ilorton, a clergyman from New Hampshire, now in charge of a cluirch in this city, oiliciated as cliiip-laiii of the Convention. I heard his prayer at the opening, in whxh hen<^ROS€NE CAS STOVES. «P EVERY DESCRIPTION and STYLE. Hoth Home Made and "Jioiighten,'' •• wiiich will he sold jl'Jb^iier than at «ny otlier Establishment iti the State. In addition to our Complete Assor^ CABINJT-WARE " WeliSvo on hand a Splendid Stòck ,, ; 'L Q ok ing GlasseR, OTÀL PiCTUHli FRAMES & MOLDINGS, A:GRB VT VARIETY OF STYLES. J^»-*}. Cartfftd OJl'iAMENtAL nilXCKETS, and va- - "Is P'r. Bovv^ral Ìlifffjrcnt PiilenKs. 31 A T T R Ali¡-¿o stoSvtttlf ÒreàS Vàriéty. ^ ' ^ CAliX AND SEE trs liéFOttlR Jjiijytiio. f '' . S -i-The trade can bo supplied ■witli-£thjiir8, iiedsteads,, and alt .other ; ■ i Cabinet AVare, in the white liuished, «on liberal terms. . ' - - i' '' ■ ^ é. W^CaÓK, • . ' E..A. FOllSVtll. TEA AND COFFEE BOILERS, GLÜE POTS, OIL CANS; &c.i &c. «3- All the Cooking f.>r a f iraily isa- he dono with Kero.xetlftOd or On«.with-®a ir^ trouble, nnd at less expense than by any other fuel,* Each article m-inufactured |)y thin company is guaranterd to perform all that is claimed for it, i^Spnd for Circular LIBERAL DISCOUNT TO THE TRAÜE. KEROSENE LAMÍ» HEATER CO., 206 PEARL STREET, N. Y.. July4, 186S. ¿Jj-t r f\f\ PBH YE.lHt—We want agents JtS I " ' eveiywhere^ to sell onr impbovkd $20 " Sewln(f<JiIachineij. " Tbiro<! jiew kluda. Under and apptf feed;' Warrant^ flv» -yews. Above «alary or large commtKatons t>aid.' The only mMhincs Bol^ln United States for Icaa than llD. w hich are/uny luxtu^ hy Uowi, Wheeler >{: WUjum. Grorer tC- Jiaker. Sinner cC rn aucl HtichMrr. All other chcap rhachlnes «re, - - ■• -ah ^Aoum othtìi.HouaùhbUf Fixtucè*.: I n g Beds "M^q iîtrcet, owe '^o'çr oí tÜá H^^bnrt» Hotel. 1423 ' ------AngfelícarN, Y.. ■pi-KVATBD OVICN "sfoVtór^flix wri- H. ' call upon JOUVENSEtD GLOVE CLEAIIEB . tEstaMished IS Y«»r8.) "Tliy^ Owp )intr,te for líwtntítljr etfanlii^ Kid Olovci—per fmUle.' Sold Evcrvwhere, wholesale l.y Denwui Barue»& Co and F. C WelliJe Co., New Per art TAC siMiUi: of One jfold. Warranted for tin>f*r ___________________________________Ciicup^ Addre.«*. Watcb Co, 62 Falton-«t,,ïlew York, » * -------- ■ f'/^.ît April ~ t saw with my ovyrn eyes almost everything tliat 1 have descfibed, and. have responsible witnesBys fur all tlw rest. 1 have not acci?pted any rumors; but as I was fortunately ''on the spot," 1 am able to give you the facts. The Mitten. Set'ent^jen years ago there was a faiy girlrsó ptii ti; BO Iñfély/ ou refined, asked fervently tliat the lives of the iiieiiibers miglit bo spared, and. thanked (Jod that peitce had been declared in Europe, praying for the same blessing ill tliis country. In a hal)it peculiarly ministerial; iSiic which distinctly marked him av, a clergyman, he came down ptairs with a white handkerchief on liis cane, intending to surrender himself peaceably. He was met and knocked down, trampled upon, kicked and beaten nearly to death, whilp beg-ing for meiby.. Thé pot ice and their rioting frielîdi were hisj| assailants, pr. iiostie, intending to sulrender himself, also catne down. îîc Was shot, stabed, and treated in the same manner aa Horton, although he implored the ruflana to take hiW «t.fàohfeî Hiid spare hiis life, it is ivrobable that both Horton and Dostie will die. These details suffice to show how tHe ai reèts were made; POLICEMEN IN btSCIIARQE 'oF THèIr ÎÎCTY. On Common, Barrone, tlrVadcd; St. Charles, Rampart and Carondolet streets freeman were murdered by the police and the mob in cold b\ood Stamling in tlie door oF the TcTegTap^^^ uffiçe on Ciiroiidolent, I saw about two hundred men chasing one negro along ihe sidewalk. Six policemen were nearest to him, and in advance of his pursuers. They etmplied their revolvers into his back, and finally^ another one, »vhen he.was near en()ugh to his yictirn to lay bis hand on his shouldei:, shot him ÏW (¡"»itJ'îw'ii^.^sd !ie>. rfcit ^iUiaiî«»^ an alley. Another freeman trying to from the Institute was climbing pver a fence, when I saw him iall from. >a p^Jicemyii's shut. Aa he struck the gmund at least a dozen police and ¿fioterh surronniled him and fired their pistols into his ht>ad and breastj at the ____nCe of the despi-rajioji,j>f_jlh-(iLjn<^b and the cruiîl violence of their .«laughter. Tangled and bloody knot^ of hair and crisp wool show how whites and blacks died tot^etlier,struggling against itifuriated and implacable enemies. The NifhuvnlU itl front of the Institute and on li<)lh sides of the stre«;t along the whole block is also bespattered with blood and -brains, and the fences and even the sides of,5oiîle of the dwelling houses are in thé sahie Condition. A refreshiiig sllower which Fell tliis morning Washed away some ol" tiie Hiarks; blit enough remain to shock the casual passer^by. The chairs and furniture in the hall are broken in precea; tlhd the window panes are shivered and shattered from the perfect rain of bricks. The buiidiiîg stand.-; noW| ettloUihg un der the rays of.the hot sun which has followed tlie rain, a monument of disgrace to the city, the State and the country in which such scènes can be enacted. . • THE DEMON OF RLGOD: The Polfce imprt.'ssed the baggage-wagons of an express firm in the city lo carry off t^l'e one load, Consisting of eight or ten bodies, had two living men at the bottom. They were wbunde<l and perhaps would have died; but they had life enough in them to struggle for ah. An eyo-witness, whose name I can furnish, .8ay8 # that a policeman mounted the cart, aud shoving his revolvers down between the bodies on top, killed the poor fellows, with one shot for. each. The fiendish thirst lor blood which seemed to possess some of the rioters, was too brutal that she still risea to fWy rt/ifid aa almost akin tc( aitge'/s. She tVas \^bo<id and ultimately won by a liatidaoiilb young man of considerable wealth He Rijorted fine team, delighted in hunting tttid kept^ puck of hounds_________,He neitiier played card^, drank wine, nor used tobacco. He had tio- (iccuptition, no calling, no trade. He lived on his ^loney, the intcMest óf_ winch alone WouTd l)ave Flippy a 'family liand-somely. I never saw the bride again till a few days ago. Seventeen yeartì had passed away and with them het beaiit.V ahd her yovth and her huB-band's fortune and his lifv, during the latter part of which they lived in a log Sibin on the banks of the Ohio, near Icnnerlutrsaei's ialaild^a whole family iti a single room, subisi.-ting on water, fat L'acon aifd corn bread. The husband had no business capacity., He was a gentleman of education, of refinement, of noble impulses; but when iJifl riloney wiie gone ho could get no employment; tififfply because he did not know h«nv-ttMl< Ht ny thingv^ rile he floundered Jiboiit—first trying one thing and then iit;ijUier;but fa^re w^s ivrititìil (»iillieni all ^ He; hoN^ei-ef, liuully bbtained^a situ-jitiou; ihe laboi waij great, the con>-iensation small—it was that or starva ioli. In his heroic efforts to discharge his duties adCeptably, he overworked bimself and died; ii'a^itf^f Uiil AVitfJ^ and six girls in utter déstituti<m. In seventeen years the sweet and joyous and beautiful girl'had bt^Ciirrte si I'ri/h-en hearted, caie Woru; pon-rtyrlL^etì widow, with a hou.seful ofhyjpless chiN dren. Young woman ! if a rich young ¿man asks you to marry him, and has no oc ciipation, or trade, or calling,by which he ctiuld make a living if he were tbrown upon ^i^ia mvu- rtjsourcfia, - y<iu may give him your respect,- but^ givu^ him the mitten. It is amusing to note how some of the Coppephead-s choked themselves out of the Philadeli>hia Convention, in order to conform to Weed's ,programme of trying to give to it soms appearance of li>y:ilty. See how "Fer-nandi-Wud" understands the situation, PiiiLAUEuniiA Aufr. 13th, 18G6. ' 7b tfte Ron Jas. 11. 1)u(»httlk, dutirman, etc Dear Sir:—I am earneatly desirous for the of the movement proposed to be initiated by the Con-vcntiim to-morrow. If successful, the result to the <'oimtry will bo of the most satisfaetory character, and it can-n«)t be successful if its proceedings shall be disturbed by any cause whatever. 1 am inforrnud that a serious disagreement is likely to arise in consequence of an attempt to be made to exclude some delegates, myself inclu-titid, tifUiHiiiu ijllr political recoid is distasteful to the liadicats and their sympathizeri!, , Now uUlM.MigIt J cofidenl that such an outrage would nul beperpeii'iacd by the Convention'<inii tliongh / haec nothing to reyrct or take back as to my cuiii'^U dupng tl^ war and do not a<bnit the ri^ht of ttWi^one to raise that questiiJti in the Convention, yet I am too much devoted to the high and patriotic objects in view to permit my presence there to be a means of disturbing its deliberations or an excuse for an insult by its enemies i)ut8ide. Therefor, I shall not attend the Convention as a tlelegate. -Frexand > Wood. LAWSJiF law uiUcM adiff*rattt time Àirtj* , iltall ooiñiúenoe Mitliritè efl^tn th« SUt«, on and not |Mbni t^mtlelli.Aqr aflif, <h«<)ay ..orita flnaLMMaca,. a» cSSKAbx^awt rcUry^fSfi^, Sk. ìaTllU«4. «hay. T, p!^. lie, TlMd SUtute*.] .. flCTsry law ao publhOied- lath« Statai Paper, uy tw read in evidence uom the paper In whleli it aliali lM«mta(nedr w all UiM^conrim ofJnaUca tn. >tata ijad in all proceeding« before any offleer, body or >oard, in wmob it aball be thoogHt newataiir to ra-lejrthcireto, niitiijifafóe montlif. after the oloa« of tlw aesslon in \rhl6n It Iai|r< 8eo.l|k-titl«T parti, RorUed Statutcii, and Laws tit ckap,^ 280.]'_ CHAP. 656. AN ACT to farther amend im nct entitled "Aa net for the bc^cflt of married women in in-Btirlng the lives of their husbands." Passed Aprine, 1866. JDvU^Kfit^iìpM-SsMtnfL In Stnate and AimnUj/, do enact tafoUowt: Skctioií 1; Tho first iwctlon of ftn net fo amend: 'An net for thè benefit of married women in Insurín« the lives of their hasbanils,'' pwiwd April fotírteetíth; eighteen hundred and flfty«-eÌRht, and amended by an ft«;t piuMed March twenty-eighth, ciirhtcen htuidrcdafl^ i^xty-two is hereby nniendtxl bo as to read oS follow« : ' § 1. It shnlLbo lattfui fof any married woman hy iletMt and jn her name, òr In the name of (ih;^ third person with his luisent aa he.rjrustcej«^^^ 1180 the life of her hushand for ff^y /Joènito riod or for tho term of IiiA nain'fnl llfoj and Ìtì caso of her Hurvivinpc Buch period or term, the sum or net amount of the itisuranho bécoming duo and payable by the terms of the Insnrance, shall 1)0 payable to her to nnd for her own tlae, freo from the claims of the representatives of the liusband or any of his creditord ; but such exemption shall not nppty where- the amoont of the premiam annually paid out of the fuüída or property of tho huabiínd shall exceed thiW hundred dollars. § 2. faction two of said act is hereby amended so tía to read lis follow» : § á. I'he lUttount of the insnraiice may be m«^e payable iti-ái80^tof4ho death of the wife before thè" pMnd ài »«rhifii lt licdoracs due. to her husbmd or ito his, her or theif üilíd/^ for their I'se, as shall be provided in the policy' of insnraucennd to their If underage, § Si-Thiaitet shalftakfrxiflccHmmediately."^ - State or Kkw YohK, 1 Office of tho SccreUry of State '} . W Jîpmjianjd thejrecodinj with thjLorljd^ law on. file iil this oñce, and do fiere^ ceiÜlQr that the Kam«) is a ooiroct tranacript ttierefrom and «f tlie whole of ea)d tíri(jlual law. J-EAHCIS«. Í ARliO' iAW8 0FNEW Y0Bk-.B> Adlhority. ecrl ed therein., .sh^ comniehca and take «met throuRhont ihe ™to, oh and not . ocfore the tweiia-oth day after tne day of its final paa«ag<i, aireertlfted by the Secretary of State. Sec. 12, title 4, cbap. 7. paH 1, ReviHcd StatntoH.}' • iwjp pubjlshed ^ the.State Paper,' may iç.r^ In cVldeniiii Dfoij) t}le p#pcr in whiefc tt ahall hp contained, in all the cuMrta of JnaUee in tbia State, and in all pric^ecdlnfiH berorè ^njr officer, body or board, in which it ahiúl be thonnht nyncemary to refer thoTOto. nntll three months after the cloiio oi. Ute aea-alón in which it became law. Sec. B, Utie 7. cbap. 8. pt>rt 1; Rtsti^cQ Státuté«; áifd .LW* of 1815, cbi^ tor 280.] ' . CHAP. 783. AN ACT to protect primary mretin^^. câoeuSw and conventions of polificST piifflieS.~ ' " ■ ne Pecj^ of the Slrdeof liew tork repteítTÚid iH Senate and Assembly, do tnad as follow» ; Section I. If any person shall, by bribery, menace, or other corrupt means or device wiia't-sr^ver, either directly or indirectly, attempt to iniliieriœ any person. dTeleirate Or suWitate, entitled under the call of any political party of this State to vote in any primary meeting, cancns or convcntifin of any siiCh party, in ffiv-InR his voto or ballot, or deter him in piviújf the same, or hipilcr him in the freo exerase of the right otRuffraire at,any such primary ineet-^ inc. caticn« or c.onvention, and stiall be convicted thereof, sudi person so offending and convicted «ball bo adindcredfrnilty of a misdemeanor, nnd shall be fined orîmprîwmed. accordine to to the discretion of the court Iieforo which fiitch convicti on shall be had ; sndi^mo iff" no case to exc«e<i Jive hundred .doUaiB, j^ imnrisonment one year. ' § 2. This net shall take cffect immediately. STATBOIf ííbw VOHK. i Office of the Secretary of State; Î I have compared tho precedlntr with the origlniú law sn ills in this offlc-o. and do hisraby certíQr tfiai the Barne la a correct traniKsript therebrom aud af Uie whole of said originel law;, FRANCW 0. BARI.OW,. SçrOarji of J^t LAWS OF NEW YORK—By Antborlty. tËTciy lnw, nnlcMa dllferont_tlme abail b^ prescribed therein. shall Mtñmence and - take effect thronghout tho State, on and'ñbt before the twehli-cth^day anst^tÍ!»j!8yu»f.fJMLflnal4»8ajíeeJ^ 1 by the Secretary of State. See.; 19, title. 4, chanter ?, p«t I. Revliied Stotntc«.] . , fEirery law so pnbirshed in the Siáté pa,l>«r7 msy llë read in evidence from tbej^wperin.wMch it shall bo contained, in all therourtsofJnsticA in this State, and in all procnedincs before any ofBcnr. body or board. In whWh it shall be thoncht necessa^ .to refer thereto. nntil three months after the close of the session in which it became a law. See. 8. tlUn 7. chap. 8. patt l,Kevlscd Statutes, and tawa of 1849. chap, aao.]^^^ " CHAP. 761. bMtking. «nd V ijdSiiliiil H eihooi district or ward wUre Itit tuík Hf loa», teil, and not cl«ewli«te. . - ■ ' » • , $ 8. Thcrethall te ket^ «1 aU fM Jb' Am' ofltce where the banoe« of auch l)wkia( «no-4:i»Uea, ottpwiiaad «ii«ler-4W aaiiiwÉf^ Ùàê* State or Of the Vafeed (^«tca. -tniainr twl, a fuU currcct liât U tlw MBMf and residtmceliofafl the atockholden «adi of tlie number of ahaiea held by eiMAiäiiJ aoch list Bhall be aabject to the iutpectMt oTUte^* tifien authoriitcd to âaaea» taxe« daiWlM'l^' inesR boit rs« of ench day ifk ifbklíí bnbaai Mar be legali^ trrtrfftctê^' . ^^ ^ § 4'. .Scòtlbà» icn aiúi ¿Uven ofcbápter ttitt«-' ty-sevcn' of the iStMlód Iawb of dlf^teaai litici-dred and Bl*ty-fi?o are hereby rfspeiM. .f § ö; When the owner of atoek in «19 laws v.e this State or of the UnitoT nSeaTibâîl not re-hido in the aatue place where tbe bank at banking asaociatlon (s locatôt, county treasurer ahall, reapectivcV^- aame powers as to collecting the tax ^ ^__ aessed by this act, aa they bave Wr^sÜité; when tha penOn aweaaed hiM removed ^Mii flMi town, ward or county In «íhkh -«he mmÈtmtml waa roade; and the county tmaannr, leeahreref taxt», t)ir other officem àuthorbaé to nodtf«| aaid tax from the collector, may all «ìUmt of thcm aiglon to ooflpct tW avalla of the MÎè of his aharcti bf atoékv -illM^ tax ~ oH ilitì strare or (dnirrp^^ of aaM atock ahUl be and, remain' a lien therf>on' (in tffe ^yifktX at said tax. ■ , § 6. For the purfiœé oT côfleètin; é^. lis. ». aiïdiireldditiotf to añ^other lawa of tbia Sialtii hot in oonflki with the ooMtHatloii of the United SUtca, retatiye to tbe iamoÎMaa flf iascg, it shall be the duty of evei^r beek of banking asaociatkm, and the ma*M>g|ii¿ ofl|. ceroroWeers thereof, to retahitomay dividend or divl'tt^d« to ratll-a^' holderti <18 shall bë nooeeaary (9 ê^ f&éi asses^ in pursuance of tbia act, until It jdili^ bò mule to appear to such oflicen Uiat aMlii takes hav<U)ê(!n paid» § 7. The jprivijegea jtnd fnuMUita. «MMt«! by the legislMnre of the btato, to aaviiwa tMlkt or fustitutitma foraavinga, are hnrnhjltoriared to be mreonal property aud lialde. I1» UMêtim aa audi-in^thetown or watdwbèré Hwy«i» Itfi-xartod;-tw an amount Tiöt (b<£<ie(ltñg''lke Bunii of tbetr aurpltia earned, and Jn nnianaaintL of Mdd banks or inatitijiiona: aod tho oKbmi^ Tu^ n^iFimgiiiFr bauki; Oa mtU by aiMessora, aa lo the MMOot cf M^LBaffiiiwiand the proiHLrty oi mtih^k^-and instituljona aball be liabto le laisw* ami siill^ iiDlr tiie l^yment of them for aaid privilege and francbiaea. § 8. Thigact »hall tcke effect immedfataly: ;^STATBOirN«w1fo»i, f • Office of S^tarif of Stat«, f I have Compared the p't^Mmlifij^wiiillb« «Hs* inal l»>y on tile in tbia office, and do certify that the same is a correel tMMSript theriifroffl and of the whole uf aaid oricUal law. FBAKCISC. BABW)W7 Soctetaijroffllile; LAWS OF NEW YORK-B^ AUtlioiHf: [Every law, onleM a diflferen't tine alMll be prt^ribed therein, «ball commeiwu and take affect throughout tho, State, on aiu|' «o(: befon the_twentiatljLaay_After.*he.d®y. 9/Jta sage, as cortlSed by the Secwta^ .'of State/-— nuku, no vviu sfeiirtitfiTircBä^ [Kvi-ry la* m t/uMw in the l^tiU« nti^/ mtìy be' fé&f. Hi' evkléiioe fnM the |Miper to which it shall Iw cotitalHed, in tbd coarta of lusticc in this State, aäd itt idi piooà^ ' fore any officer,, body or bóordi fn^wU Shall be thoQRht ÌDiec«Miry ioiefét^^ aiti! three montila after the elafe of iUe in whieh it bccame a law: ßüb. ; É,, fifcfl chap. B, port 1, Keviiied Statuten, Mädldwaii 1846, chttp. 280.] ^ CHAP,»!. AN ACT to reapproptiatc moneva for Ib« cx> - tension of the Ghtinango ciuuii^r Hk' im> Sirovement of th« OMmi^aitt canal,.and = fc^ umishiii^ ttffttd- for the aummit ol tha Cko-' e8ee\'aUey caitaI,aad i<ir ImäUUiig tr» hdé on-the-aame."",......... . : Paaaed Marcb ai.lSM.tkrva ÜUmi MaraniwU. Sectios Iv The unexpeodea'bifaiBQik^ tif A«« hundred and fifty tlioainnd dolbuo, ipnioiiik ted by the act entitled "An act to JxovUa faf the cxtcniiioQ of tb« Cheoanico caoil, ^wiiwM to chapter one hnndnd and fiflecai,' Jana «f eighteen hundred and aixty tbree. piiiaat April fifteenth elghttica liUndrCd AMt! Vfiitj foor. llia. ing the auui of Qve huniiredtbooMMid ivohan-dred and fifty one dollara and fiftean^ flo much thereof aa alwlt remNlb ' wa Ontho fcrarfoenth dayof April aexl^ k l reikpi»ropriated to the fwne object. ' 'L The fuim~ of eight bundrod^j^ aigkt dollars and aeventy-two iwnta, bcla( fJ^'-j^Meai of the tax levied for Uio fiaoal jrev. -Ti^ri-iog October l«t.tlt;ht9en hundiM and aixty-four« over one half of the appropriatiili jaalO'M .á-ii ty. for even the imagination of a savage. Theti- eyes gleamed with it and rolled in. their sockt'ts; their tongues protru-ted from their mouths, parched and shriveled almost, and their voices grew husky Irom the demoniacyt.dls. fllK mOT PBECONCEKTEH. It was asktîd, was the riot preconcerted ? It plainly was! There was no tegularly organized premeditated at tafck at any one point or time, but there was a geberal understanding among all of the young bloods about town that a riot would occur, and they promised each other to be present ahd do their "duty" whe,tt the time cantc. I heard for days before tlie oceurrence just such talk in the hotels ;ind .restaurants, abd on the streets. I did not ttiuilc the speakers were in earnest, nor dif I now" believe that they were; blit circumstances happening just as they did, they started for the liltîlltutc; revolver in hand, (>n the itilpulse of the moment, and the whole been regularly prearranged; , Just,be- progressed but a short timé, tlie fire bell rang. A man in the street cried at the top of bis voice, "Now thé deV-i) is to pay." Anoilier said, "Look oht for hqt work.^' - What autliority these ftïi'w ltad for the' stàteniènts Í 'áo not know, or who rung the belK The po-ofxT iame "time-with clubs tice were partly ; taken off duty the ' •and caiMîi». Tlia--bÍooAi:ilowed Jiom j^ight bdWç^ndijv^rc w better his i^ii- tihaÀvJisuàlï-^^^^ in section one of this ant. retained by tbacoaap' . ... . ... ^,, theooTOptroIfcr,-t»,Ä or BO/rim MEOAXJ^ w «Iber «rat pna ■■eW'Tl».;; . ■ }■■ • . • - - . ATTMH «fW»^asfc fcr." Ç'siiiv á jvhite^ man, draxv a frqnnds ill (lie sculp, covering iiro liut rtliey ctinliuucd'Tlieir iirtita) MBauIt autil he breathed his last, although be several time« raised his feeUl&jri^ pounded iu-m to gesticulate forthfrmcrcy Ms tongue could not the Fourth District force appeai-cd, moving toward the Institute, and in a short titne every availa,ble\ policemiin in the city was on thè ground. Ytiung meiTdesertfed their basinesa everywhere and lAUuried to tlic ircene of at;tion. .The LAWS OF NEW VORK—By Authority. [Every law. unless a different time ahall be prescribed thcBEJnijhalL. cpinmence take effect throuKhdut the State, on and not before the twentieth day after tho day of its final pasMffc. as certified by tho Secretary of State. .S'cc. 13, tittle 4, chap. 7, part X. Reviacd Statutes.) Every law so published in tho State Vat^v, may be read in evidence ITom the paper tn which it shall be contained, in nU the courts of justice In tbia state and ih all proceedings before any officer, body or board, in which it ahall be thought ««o.'ssary to refar thereto. untU three mouths after theclosa of ita session in which U became a law. See, 8, Utle 7. chap. 8. part 1 Beviscd Statutes, and Laws of 1843, chap. 2S0,] CHAP. 782. AN ACT to amend chapter one hnndred and fifty-seven oftiie Laws of eigliteen hundre«! and forty two, relative to exemption of hotise hold furniture and working tools from dis-tr^ for rent and sale under execntion. Passed April 24.1806. Tht JUnple qf the stated Ne^^y^kg-repreietUean^Samtr and Astembly, do enarl (u/oilowt: 8fx?nos 1. Section one of chapter one hundred and fifty-two <>f the laws oTeighteen Eua-dred and forty-two, is hereby amended so as to read as follow«: § 1. In addition to the artkles now exempted by law TrOhi levy^d «ale under execution, there shall be exempte«! from such sale, necea-Kary household, furniture, and working tools uidt^m. profesfiionaOHilrumenSTinJfniture and.libra^ owned bv anv i>eisfiO being a house-ftofdei; tiHts^i^'a^ily^ vidcwi to the A-idne of not exceedihg two hundred and fifty dollam, and in addition thereto t lero shall be exempt from such levy and sale tlie iJjic^iry foiod for said teaiu for a period not ekcet'clhiyr ninety days, nnd a «)wing machine; provided that such exemption shall not extend wVany ex^ for the purchaswitt^oriiey of such famlture, tools or iearp. or the fo«^ for said team, or profc«-"sionAVllislfiiroents.' furnitui^ or libn machine, or the articles now enumerated by —_— §^2. This act ishairtake W««^ STATFOFUfe^^k. 1 Office of the Secretary of State, / ... I have compart the preceding with the cimsal Jaw'<n> file in thla oace..anddo hereby certify tW tbaaaanaisaowrecttnaaaript ttterefirom.aiid of th^ wbOle'ofaaidorifliiuaiaw. ^-..r' fJlASCJSO.BAitLOW. , . Sertkuv ^ 9!*t*i An act authorizing the taxation of stockhold- er» of Banks, and the surplus fundi of iogs Banks. Passed April 23,1866. Tifef PeopU of tite State of New York, r/presented in Senate and AsúmUy, do enact atfoUoKS : StóiON 1. Noiait siiall hereafter nsseiised upon the capital of any IkuiU or banking association orsanized.undnr the authority of^this State, or of the United States, but the stock-liolilers in BUchJjftnfet:and:laiikingra»(M^ trollçr shall be paid by credit ofthe said fund, and the aaoMp ia hmhf appropriated to the objecta í;x¡nwad hi tÌM first section of this act. 18. Tlie unexpended balance iif . tira Ihhh dred and ninety-five tiiou«uid doUa^, ptiated hy the act entitled -'An act to fif«^. the means fur aud making an aii|>ro|Ñife|iiai «• improve tiie Champlaia canal." tülaaaé ApS fifteiiith, eightMb hundied alMl aUty-AMT» b»* ing the sum of two hundrad and óOl ^ four hundred and thirty dolhtrx ¿t>d seven cento, or ao moch thereof ai alMdIri urtexpended on Jbe fcmrteMitih diy of JLpril next, ia hereby iñ^pprnpriaM ito .ttw iHiif fihttll Ijo asscs^ i^he viiu^fl^l^ Aa ret to ^oyide for fambètilg.; «^ their shares of stock therelri • said shares shall be included in tUe valuation df the poraonal propertyj)f «udì stpckholdcr Jin theJieacscmanl of tuxes at ^the plat», iowii Or iward^whìewi auch bank or iKUiking association is looted, and not elsewhere, whether the adfi stockholder reaide in said place, town of ivafd, or not, but not at a greiiter rate than isasiK«8(d upon other incM}-eyed oipital in the hands of individutils tit ttua State. And in making such asa^xainent there tihall also be deiiuctid frohi the value of. atuHb shat^ such snm as is in the saiiie piopofiion to Huch value ns is the aneaaed value of the real, esitate of the iKUik or banking asaodation. and iiiwhlcbanxpoiti'iacf their tópitftl'is itiyétt; ed, in which the siiid shares are'held, to the whole Amount of tliircnpital stock of aaid bank or banking lustxÌMtlon, And provld«^. fhrth-er, that nothing herdncontaioed shall be held ninmstmed'tihSirte field WowW empt from taxation the real eatateheld or own ed bv any such bank or banking amociatlon; but the same shall be subject to State, coontyV municipal and other .toxaticm to the aama extent and rate and -in thè aame manner as other real estate is taxed. 'Z'tfi'l business under the lawa of this Btate, is hereby or the amount of ¿»{rftal invcated in imc^ buA« ing business, and eiwh one hundred dollan of Such capital for the purpoao of tbia and for the purpose of taxatl<»i shall be held Mid regarded as one individual share in .mch bankr ing btisiiiess, and such idiarea are herel^.declitr* cd fb t» personal property. If auch hanker hav^^ftncni he siiall dtK^aife upo^ rt>re the asfi^iaof tho number of «(uurea held V each of them in such Iwnkit^ boalQ^ a» <%rtained as above providxl. andjthe iJiai^ao licld^byTniy^irtneriBhall-be.iiKlHde^ ment ofalLtiu;^ levied in the town. aclMal district or ward whero such individual'- Imnker itt locate, and iiol elsewhere; andiudiiQdtvid-al banker shall pay the satte and" myte the amoiint ao ptdd'a cluirge In hia aetata with such partners; mA if such inmvlaual banker Jiavc no ptHtners he' sbedi ^' huM io^ ^ aolc titled for the aummit of the Oeneaaa Valìay and for ttboiMiag «r» ^eelu ^Ap^twdKélëbt^ tytfòur, being the aani «I ùxItgÂtjU , (mmmim eight haadred aàd aeren tyoiy iMli—tat wt. eotyoenta.jD^apmoclllHe(i|íol«i «MI Mpd» tinexpended or tiie 12tb day «C mcL li hereby nia{>pro|wtated lo tb* mmm «UmIs mà the further aom of alx Ihnqwii -«bgrin»: dred and tbifty-Mlx àdOtai a»! IMfr^ orata, being tbe ^botaaof tb* pRttàiriht m Wt ÚX over the aana an^nvciated» ia If appropriated to fM thoMUac«., , thtàactmudiitebe levied and aaaaMied. paid iato tbe jtipMiy, ed to Meet the ptoffHaüdhllii et» of the coiMl fonf any fMV inveat ia tb« «Éid «iiw >• «» W. treaaary. aüy «n^ iMpi^^'«« ofthec«ialdri»triaUii(f«wH aevenloftbe^òotoatttaAatt.à " tíMméiámmm tajuaiad laf^.'llirlipíi^^ iball b« a^M topty atlona ander tbia act; ««i« ^ afWng fron «adi IhiMi ry vbeo poU lato t^ hedged aod diali ka atante to rthabmoa Mw ihe amouat UivmM la tid^ ^toiiNM m MM' «1 ftwfer ttot par «¡awi ima»«« laiwlâiehtiotàiiiy í b»ve «onoarai^^ inai lew eñlKlk «Ma œrtifv that thè «M ih«t«Roma»d «f Um ;