Angelica Reporter, September 5, 1866

Angelica Reporter

September 05, 1866

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Angelica Reporter (Newspaper) - September 5, 1866, Angelica, New York SJitikttjilia i«* Min. FVBt.t!«llfgO »VKiiV WKDXISSDAV. Ö. F. SS G. W. DICKINS9N, Edltors, and Pfopriet'oïs. TKIi!tfS>->94 P)ER YEAH, IW ADVAIWCK. Jn «11 ¿»»C8 whe»« payment is flclaytid tar more than thre« «dnUft, Vitug Coats a.Mltlotial will W« charged Wo kaT« s lii^s »ad ciimytctts (wfli)rtnHiti,tTJf plftlu wnd ftney t/pe. «nd feicelloiit presses, and or«prepared to do handbill», law eases, boolss clrciHai^^s. jind ta f»»t alnjiwt aU kind«, of plain and iamijr print. - Utiat, prompt, and cbcap.FIB E INSURANCE Angelica, N, Y. ^'ortb Auiericaia tiisuraiicè Co. ^ Néw York City. CASH ASSETS $75.1,053,57, Arctic InauraiiGP Compninf* Mew York City, ISÀSft ASSETS - - . - • $503,973.19. - R. DtO V Agent. P. S,—The insured may participato in net profit, li^OStf AngeIlca, .J'ily 3,1866. _JOHN G. COLLINS, ATTORNEY AND COUNS = LLOR Ajncelica«! Altegauy i ownty, N.Y. Office—Firpt Door ¡iiast of Baptist Churali.S A M B O L T O N, AS HI 0 N A B LEBA RB E l\ AND HAIR-BRESSER, tîrst Door Weat of lirportet Office. Angelica.J. H. Eggl0stbn. Watch Maker and Joweler. und dealer___ inall kinds of Clocks. Watches, and Jewelry ' Repillrinsf-done Oft short notice ond reii-s&^iable terms. Angelica, Feb. 15, 18C4. , 1385tfDr. G. P Carver. DENTIST DcntuI rooms over fho store of S. N7 Bcnnottl: Co. HIb Smith Davis' Block, .Angelica. jg®" 1 liavo no partner. 13*3 :tfS I O N S , BOUMTlfclS, and Bac'c Tay, procured by tho eubscriberi R. I.LOYD Claim ARont. Anselica.N. Y , 18()4. HOlUDR. H. B. G0RTÓÑ7 VOL. XXX: NO. 9. Horn0llsvtll0 ^/t^li/f^ance ji^enci^ ! THi tjiRoi'srr nr WESTER^ NEW YORK, OTer $%T,OOe;000 iJiiOKT». ^tna, tfofdf,.•. Home. Yoik,...... ..8.5Sr8,6'? Ins. Co., N. Amftr. Phil,. ,1.731,000^00 Pliic nix, y. .Tit;.1 i>'3.t2 SocHfity, New- . .. .1,682,860,24 Harifnrd, Hii.-tt'» »»-t!,.. ^ / .• / \ Lorrillard, New Yc»rk,.... 1,402,681.13 »(.me, N'ew Ha^e.n..•. .^ tOOO.OOO.Otr International, N. Y.,... • ►i,000.000,0tf Phoonix. Hartford,....... 051.000,00 Arctic, New York........ 625.0i)'0,00 Metropolitan, N. Y........ Putnam, Hartford,,...... N. Amer'ci), Hartford..... tmOOO.Otf ANGELICA, N. Y., WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 5, 1866. YmHicriWN. York, N. Y, City Fire, Hartford....... 440,651,72 Tra'iielerd* Hartford-^Acci- dt'ntal,............... 600,OOOVOO^ New York Life,.........6.000,000 0 0 itlfrtcÄ Jlörtrjf. I^'ae Oonrage* "ITove the inah whoso lionest-h'èart- Will brnvcly dare and bmvoly do: Wlio will not act the cowird's part, Btit strong io right, will right pursue: WhoHe knt-o Qw'er bending at the nod Of titled pomp or regal power, But bowanlonc boforolil« God, "" WUn JiopcliiB cro'wri and lovo'Madowcrj Wh« rfan-s to frtco a world of scor«, AtKi iliirefrtt bruthcr's hand to npan. ThmigK dttflc fhto'skin and" roògh tliw form, ,. If yet timi bVotW bo a nmif ; \ Who fill whferò'c'r n Tifonsf jg' fonrnl. And bfaiÄferi tj^nnVt éoÏjIs foce: Nor coiVrfe £q>phruiie', Rhd empty sortnd,-But firmly treads iVf tirttìtis's tfttì». SO^'^tlre men wlho've stemnied the tide .mid cóve £bc' «^Ay through gUint wrong, Who've fought triumphant,. Pidu; by Hide, 'Mid pcrilHT(l«ep amUròbbl'cgJD^i Partips desiring RELIABLG insurance^ at cquitalile rates, will And it to their advantage to opplyat this Agency before Insuring or renewing their policiea elsewhere. __________ ORANE, COYB& YOUNG, Agfa. C. It. totìsà, W. O. Co»*, N M Ckasf. J. B. MANDEYltitE & SONS, GENERAL INSUftANCB AGENCY. Ltf% PIRE AlfD AOClDBNJ^L. Assets o^Tx^.............$26,000,000. ABsetsX^ Cothpauiea I Home Fire Insnranee Cikx iti T...; i;.... $3,698.66* 14 Metropolitan »X .......><i.04«,Ufl4S Ins.Co.of N. America, Pa.....;...i..t.iai.UOO 00 Niagara-Fire-InS-en.rN. Vrrv.;;.. .T. Manhattan (Sormanla " " m.i.... Security " " ......... Continental " Arctic, " " ,...'.... International " " ......... Market .1 •• ......... Mntiial Den. Life Ins^Co , N. 3...... TviJuitainoTJiiS Tnanrancd Co ... '. '. V, NWYork Acddcntal............... 1,078.414 40 718,659 32 1,^48.344 62 l,63i,8«7Ó0 014,101 18 1,348.A18 43 390.4în (10 o.iM.Saooo T3Î9.48C 00 5fín,íj{ií) 00 sTâj 'o* o ^ =0* Friendship. N. Y. H2o P. M. FISH, Oorner of Main and Olean street, oppo-Uto Ratbbuii'B Hotel, where !.ll liind? el lUacUsinillilng will be done on the Bhortest uc<tiCd, and most reasonable ter.ns— and Hor?(i and 0.x Shoeing in a superior manner. Also, Manufacturer of Carriages, Buggies, Wagons. Ac.: and repairing done on iibort notice—one door south of the Black fimith Shop, on 01 aastrett. ^ Anffeiicft.N. Y. 138ntfB A X T E R' SI nstttut£ of Pttstc, FllIENDSlllP, N. Y. (Kstablishcd in 185».) »11 Students graduated ih V(»C4l and instrumental mU •tie, and niusiirail cmilMOsitiOn; , jAiiES D.\XTEll, Principal and I'roprietor. il^Seud for a circular 14D8ttfAmos R. Smith, 01' diineadea, would respectHjily announce to llie ftnlictefi relatives of deceased soU litT?, that be U a le^.-.lly aut'iorized Agent lor AllRgany and adjdlilinc; Counties, to pro cur« IJountle,« Of Deeoascd Soldiers. Also for the colleclitKi ofBacK Pay anrt Pensions Dated, Can-adeai March 23.1 S(i5. FDliNlTtRE!! IJET.VIL WHOLESALE AND BY - r r loTAi. Aiwti'ii. ........... ta0.5;i04ti3-al Its-Insurance paorapU.v effected by mail or others wise In any of the above companies on all Miutn Wf property-''The prompt adjuatincnt of Losses a ejlc-riality with nm' iiB"Ail cortimnnications promptly attended td. OFFICE IN THE TO\VN HAI.L. UNION STllEfiT, CLEAN, N. Y. J. D, S/ANDEVILLK, »7. II. MANDEVIÍjIÍE. n. NaKDEVlLLE. ■ fteir martyred fur«wnr<; Îhlçl^Ty çtreVyn^ .Çsi (5ee<feof truth they've witlely sown', To hhssotti rich' i n comi ng « itne,_______________ A v id those arihies of the dead, Whoise'.legions pâle and silent He,-ThoJr «TOKrt ï>w*iïnVjç fragranW shtcf. Their «»016». nwiuotM n^.Vr rfmlt -TnmmsxnmnTîrnef.' SvOQtheni Icryaltif* Tlie following: letter, just - received from a friend with whont ive were, a few years since, very pleasantly assod.'itcd, will give oiti tead-ers an approxomatc idea of "Southern Loyalty" as it exists tO-day. Wc may say that tWa (Correspondent was a thorough-bred Democrat, and In the commence.ment of the war an ardent admirer of McClellan, tc' w^o^® lortunes he ad-hcred-nntlMhe-rbglc of evi^nts convinced hira of his error. He speaks now /"rooi personal ob-Bervatiou and experience. - , Savannah, OA„ AU'^T- 15,'C(». E. REMINGTON & SONS, MAUFACTUBERS OF REVOLVERS, RIFLES, JVEuskets and Carbines, For the United States Service. Also. PiCREt AND BELT REVOLVERS, , ICopoa-tlner I"lstol«, nmE CARIES, REVOLVING RIFLES Uiflc&StiptOnu Oarrelfli i: Gun Maturiala, gennoral-ly. 80I1I by Gdii Dealers and the Trade througho ut the country, * In these days of House Breaking and Eobbeiy ¿Vei^ House^ Store, Bank, and Office should have one of REMINGTON'S EEVOLVERS. Circuiars contalninpf cuts and descrTption of bur Arms will be fHrnishcd tjtan application. E. BEBIINGTON A: SONS, lUon, N. Y. MooBEJi Nichols, Acents, iVo 40 Courlland St., .VtJW Vnrk, mar. 2i. DOCTOtt STRICKUHO'à Toiiic ! DYSPEPSIA. DR. STUICKLA.NIJ'S TON'IC Is concotítrafed Jirepar^tion of roots ana 'herbs, with antiacida and carmina-tlT<jB to strengtHcin the stomach and nerVoug system. It Is a certain remedy for dyspepsia or ludlgefttiiin, riervousufcfis, lo^s of appetite, acidity of the stomaiih', flatulency and debility. It is not alc6W6liCj tfabrefore paiticiUarly suited for weaU, ncrvbu.S and dyspeptic persons. For Bale by nil imiBRlst» every where at i 1 put bottle, Jan'ly-71C0 « OR. STRICKLAND'S MELLlIi-LUOUS Congli no More! ßoiiffh "Ralsam ta warranted to bo the only prep»- r.-illon known to cure coughs, colds, hoarseness, astli. nii^- v/liooping^ catif-hv ( " bronchitis au>l croup. nii^- wliooping^catif-hv chroniir emi^lts;'consurairttim, Bein^ prepared from hCOOK Sl FORSÎfTXÏ íVNGE'LICA OPEVEnv . iliB arena wjll be »uperii, mafiyi/^ .y p<i», and of <he m* Bt st»rtlini}«baractcr. and herb» It i» Höallni;, softening and expectorating, and narticijlyjj; finitable for all 'affections of the TijroSt and Liihgsr For sale by DirUg^isfs «very- DR. STRICKLAND'S Pile Eemedy Haa Ctifed thonsdmis of the worsi cAses^Of blind piles. li ¿ives immediate relief, and ellVcts a permanent cure. Try it directly. It is warranted to cure. FOr sale b? all Di-ügtiiets (tt Cu ccnts per bottle. THE SILVER SKIRT! dharlos, how art tlioiv ? Has "Old Fa- -luflt we met? I hopo so, and may your sncress contiiiiu?. -Thi? war iu -Europe íí<ícuís to bo over; Austria Iius fou}i!it long^ (nioug'li "pour guarded wn henne.ur" and tlio "Nopli-i:w of niy UiicUi"- lias tulitifr tho c liest-autet, that P(r)uss(i)a lias succeeded in pullinf? fi'oin the fire, despite the terrible sln^oiní?. Now comes tlie recon-structioii; and 1 wonder if there will be hc-satne mnoiu«tr«f-tiH)nbl<í-on-Utnt8Íde of the pond that there is on this ! I thifik not; Schiller sayai "Dciir is my friend—yet frota nly foe, as from irty friend, cumesgood; My friend shows what I am do, and my foesfioios what /should. " JÍGW wouldn't it be a grand thini^ if •%y poflcy^ wag^nmly ~ orr^^ t How much better it would be if instead of trying to dO what they want him to ilr>, Anrlrovv 8h«>u)diict as their acts show that ho bIiou'Io. The south claim to hñ loyal, and our worthy President backeu' I'y "" those patriots who tipp'o.sed the wVir, says that (hey are. Haven't th^y aM taken the oath of allegiance, and , been doiicd? Now what more evidence i^ necessary? Congress backed up by that iiiighty power the people, on the other hund thmk that there is some doubt on the subject, and propose to keep tlieni out in the culd until they have more proof of their loyalty. When G. B. Lamar, of this city, was arrested by Government deU-ctives some time since, among his papers was found a sealed document, endorsed as follows : "O.-B, Lamar, Savaimah,-Ga., —6f>. Statement dei|ning my political position, to be published after my death." Here are siime extrncts Ir'oin liie document ; "I was a nuii-cotn- l.-i».itit; «jfjiible to '»••.VlhiMfy ill «I1H- tain the confederiicy,-—6G Vein s <if age, •i-^niy'life CiVuld^afíord'no boneíiei;í¡ aid, nty .property was almost all of it in the hands of tlie enemy, and tho remnant must very soon be iu the same condition. I had but two cdurse's presented to my choice I To satírifice everything, and with my farilily be reduced to penury, or, 2d, to give in my adhesion tw the Constitiitioit (Jf the United St »loVto take the oath at stipport it, ani to abide l)y the proclamations concerning shivery and be restored to iill/ny rights of .property except slaves. I .vas not required to support the war, above ia the sentiment of ninety-nine hundredths of^Lo Sotithern People.— CominVjnts are tínwíccssary—the above speaks fw itsdf ; l( tiie antagoniatlc ftttítutle-oríTítf Kré^'dent towarda-Gon-grcBu hati iVot tifecinf 00 clearly shown, ❖or^' of Urtj'Ro'tftherncra would have professed loyalty" but now tliey hopie' to attain pofíticaí fn(í'uence again,, »ntl the burden, of their sonff. -ia "Joyafty-.*' And then, they thank God that they are not as other men are,—meaning, of course, the Radicala. To further «líow how loyal they are, they lieap abuse on tho"Btireau.^ . , "^Wo^n, with toiigucs I.Ike polarncedles, ever on the jar,— Men,, pluglesg' word spouts, whoso deep fotm-' tains aro ; Within their lungs," Proclaim "froth early morn till (íe^vy. my af,^ i^i^n»^^ ^ 'fiíel'iesídenty in order to" car^l"' his point, hasj'oijMU^^ and'sent Gen'ls Steedman and Fuller-ton on art int^^estigating trip. Perhaps .they WÍF! fiiU the bi>reaii. and pnfhnps the^^cmt. <3rne thing tVfiure^ if the noílhérii people ever unduratand how the rovestigation was done,; they will tréat the report,-ami ^ authoi;^ there- The Berdld coTresfioiident, who, in fotfr months, has traveled ihraiigh nine States, arid séen the Southern elephant; who has visited/ dined and talked with the majority (Tt fhe fsfeii^fi", sfiys that the people doWn here are all loyal> to the government, or else they are great hypocrites. Now, í.wUl teH a little story, and yoti nriay jtífíge íor yotirseíf. A few weeks sitíCe, afif attó'y officer of my acquaintance vvas sent to a, certain part of theState,to investigate certain repf>rt8 ahotit cfuelty tof fréed-' men, which had been forwarded to • head quarters, and ajso to ascertain More Durable, More Moire Ghrâcéfui ! Ana will lccei> Hllöj>c nnd - -»'laoii Wiîéfo»« ti»«« «^wy other Bklrt. —^^"^iTamiibn WERComplété Assortment OK ofSldrtd'atCtít-íJ m tho f í nvvatded bv-^he GkMt-üf Aufni^h ;; -------- ^'-'rd íu Nttw töfk, ö'cto- A.J. Bennett, ». A/nerici> - l- 1 rt ber, 1865. ^ '^iilfh G V ''■«ria V. lIilVll(■^ SIL,» - ,j. L.€ADINET-WARE We have on liand a Splendid StockLooking Glasses, OVAV* PICTURK F<R.\MES & MOLDINGS, A. GnB\T VARIETY OP STYLES. Alao. Carved OaSAMESTAL BRACKETS, and various other Uousohold Fixtures. Spring Beds •SeTeral Differpnt Patents, xH A T T II JG S S ES, Al^irge stock and Great V.oriety. ...........•'CAXrXNB'SEfiW BEFORE ........... ^ P..S --T-The trade can be ««pplied with Ohairfl, Bedsteads, ar4 att other Cabinet VVare, in the white or finished, on liberal terms. - f _ G. W.GOOK, E. A. FORSYTH. - Main Street, one door west of tho Bathbura Hotel.- - .. 1423 • Angelica, ii, Y.' Elevated tUaofcQtoffjaad OVEN STOVES-^ nriK Av Chas. F. Dickinson, Esq. , , - DMiT^mrrFrierR aui'V at that place, to keep order. On his arm^Iy he-prominet/t citizens of the object of his visit, and a.M tol«' l»'"» t^iat they were very glad thu«* comoy they al wuvs liked to lirfve investigations 8ic., and proposed haliMo&Jimtieting -thatr afternoon to talk the matter over, 'Xhe meetitig was held, and .he stated tvluit complaints h id been Ibrxy^'ded, and what he was in town for. \S''ell, Jndge A. Col. B. Major G. and Square T>., tnacte^pecclres, and They, one anvl'airi assured him on their honor that t-^e complaints had greatly exagerated the most trifling circumstancefi. They admitted that there was in their town, as in every other, some roughs who abused the negroes, but that the maj-urity p£the clU^^^ class, and always done what was in their power to pi'event anything unpleasant, and if tl)o roughs did not Ufcp the persnasidn,that they "¡ilways made tliem by tho forcc of powder and ball. The officcr express-ec himself satisfied, and was invited out to tea, but had to decline on the ground that he must return by the evening train. They were very, sorry he could not stay, and hoped if any complaints wei'e made he would call «'Pf have cxplanationo. " the officer leave on the evenöiT t« ain, but. kept shad^ u^^^^ after iiiVhttk''» when he strolled around "to see how maiief.-i and things w^re. He went to a where there ^as a colored ball,—s.V" »/ter his arrival a policeman came in, fin.'zed a negro and nnrched him out of Ihe (iffic^er foThiwed and saw quite 3 «"'rowd gatherec' outside. After he was some oil') in the crowd asked ttiO policemar, "what he was going to do wiMi' that aigger," "'Put him in lock up" vvr.iis the answer. "Damn the Lock Hp" said a voie^, -■''that's full' now®--Boys less haii'f the black cuss," a yell was given and a rush made for thii negro, who jürked away from the policemati and run forhislifp. Presently a pistol shot was heard, and a negro ran by like a frightened deer, following him was a man roaring with laughter; What's up shouted the iyowd j=the fir;iny fellow, stopped, aiitl says he "the prettiest shot I ever made, yoU sedthat nigger there asked me what was the muss, and I told him twas none of iiis G—d—n—business, and says and with that I pulled on him, iand right'tween his ear and his head,^ for you see 1 dont take no sass from no nigger.Well, said one, wh}' did'nt you kill hinij-—here ! give me The highest premiiiTn evef givtn Hoop Skiri The Rtecl SpnoRs are wound ^rith fine plated wire (in place of a^cotton coverinj») wUic'' will not wear oif or become soiled, aad the jvhole Skirt may be washed without injury or fear oX ru8^'''8• and will tie as good as new. THE COMBINATION SILVER SKIRT I iCUa limi|tri)^ '(E^ivimwi^ cotton SUrt the adraolacrM ^ tnii- SILVJCB «U||T; tho hoU torn kMf*«M- ^fte'-ilHif•illillM:'^ Silver tmmwSi «tt. white the Mrt^Ml «ttk oottOB. Vo ItAy bav- ID« eaee «m «m olevcAiMa willImwllHii«to ssffaatsaar »^"-.«r"^ ^ ta« niHmki mm, m^te ti»tr e<t«alituctf«H; ment of the United States. "As to slavery, my own slaves were all gonCj or would soon be, and as to those of other people, I ctmld aifect tliem neither one way nor the ^ojtherj whatever I nnight do. By' availing myself of the law of Congress Of ifth of Jidy, 1862, and Presiflent Lincoln's proclamatimt^^f-^thrrDece 18.63, itFffffdedTliereoh, I couldj if justice and law were dealt to me, preserve ail itiy property to myself, pay off all my debts and have a comfortable (jrimpetency re-niaiiiing for myself and fartfily 5 and 1 ^/ionld, whenever I |'e ■^l^ysf^ tiu! uf),y-Hu;iH. ..jrii'-extiivJal myself from yankee dominion and vi-' cinily. "By refusing, all my property must go into the Yankee Treasury, under their cgnfiscation acts, and I be left in Iheir midst unable to move beyond i^heir tyranny and despotism. Some miiv -•'«^y tliat I might rather gone under ti'ie 'protection of France or Great Britaii», W^^eiiiapa.of.-King Dahomey but let it be rc-n^embered that none ol these alternativt^s Npr can l Bee much aJvautage 1« any of thera if thfcy had been, /»V'-''' I took ;'nay, none by no mean***?Pemoftratlo ConTentiw». The Democratic StateCoimmttew hw» cnllcd a State jConveniioff .to' nàeet at Albany, September ItfE The Cohi-mittco of the PhiladelHiia Convention «•rtdors^ this ,càU and recommend to fhe friends of "My policy" to me'el yi'ltli the Democrats in tho irrimary mecffrt^s and pai-ticipater it'ithidiein in tlie acleu-. tion of delegates. This looks as tho'' the "Bgead and Batter" faction was iwall(^céf ap slicfe and sraooth, ajtid withoèft greasing,, by the to^ rapaciotfe liectfocratió party. Tliie fevT political cfffmbs that fall from the 1km-ocratic table that arò not snatclìéd be fore they strik« the floor wiW,r of course be giten to the tìféati sfteaks who have dcircrted th'c Béptfblitian party. Jn the are te Jafeii ilifiJftaelt«©»^ will be mifch teas noise than heretofore. They are to perform the'more wiper and boHt black to the Demociatic party, and the laborious ofHce of bottle holder a^id f.ijyar lighter to that pure a^id patriotic orgaitìzatión. They drò~to fórni the t ail to the ragged Democratic ki te^ to 8?e if they cannot get up w-fiid jea().ugJi lo.ji'aisc iLirani .4lie -g^ which it h{>8 beert sof long bnrried by the voice of a patriotic people for its-opposition to the war and sail H into life, power and place. If such a wicked combinatiph and transparent fraud as this can succeed in deeming and gulling the pvf^le, then our confidence in their patrwtwm ^nd intelligence will be greatly sfhaken.—J^a;. . When they Met. Spfealsing of tlie «r/n-Ìn-àrm perform-rihéès at the Phila.delphia Conveijtiou, the Al baTjy ¿Totirnai says: Sòóth Caftrlmiv and nleJTbel^ 'met" when a venerable" fífid rfc^pe^ed citizen jof-the^ dtingeoti find brntnliy maltreated; for the erinití of opxining the lessons of Racrefwrit to a fe^ igffofnat blacks They "met" when a Yankee girl was Jiooted-in~tha^treet/Jaif7 and treated with barbaroiiff ifrdignities for weeks, because she had (íiitíght ne-gff]i children how tor read, "ihey "met" again tinder the htnvfí güns of ÍW,t Wagríer whetrthe brave C-olm-F^ía^ ItnHris dnsky-warriofií forthe mouth of the Bebtil cannon and foU ut their head. They "met'^ wlieiii. Beauregard' issued the infamous oráer respe'cting the i?rave aiid accomplished young patriot: "Bury him with his niggers 1" They "met" at Colnmbia, where thou-jai¿oroui'-_capturéd defenderá^ were slowly starved to death, with every device of imalignant ingenuity and cunning torture. And they "met" again, when General Schemmeltining entered Charleston, and his troops niiuclied through the, streets to the tune of "John Brown," sweeping away tho last vestige« of the heartless institution of which South Carolina had been the^pecial bulwark.~ While science has labored« for the benefit of the benefit of the human race it is but a poor return to have imita-ti)rR start up and claim merits for their articles which never existed except in appearance, Since Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hstir Rencwer has been introduced, and the remedial effects of this valuable preparation have been so plain, a legion have commenced manufacturing their nostrums. Itr point; of merit lliere ia no comparison, fio hiore than the counterfeit resembles tho gen í;iné bunk bill. One has a value for the holder " receives its value, while ti^*^ other is worthless and is oif upojijíie iiaMairy, -The- (rf-^ tVct of nalí\s '¿?'cilian Hair Uenewer up (.n the heM is ío renew tlw growth of the hair, restore it to its natural color when it has become gi a.y^ »"d cures all diseases of the scalp. iV.'e effects are seen from the first bottle. fFee% Times. cofdattco ifitîï tlieîf tiewa. In ^other words, he can receive the endorwmefit of these ^rebels only eo lon^ds he coii* sents to act as their most obedient servant—which he λ now willing enoiij^h to do. , The ÎTotr Ifork World,^hew Andrew «Tdhnson was supposed to be an honest man, lavished upon him column» of abuse, in which such cl»««€f e^itiiets as ''boorish tailor'* and "drunken wrt"' were freely employed Now the World has ¡arrogated to itself the task of ^giving direction to tbo aflaire of the Executive Department. It laanelies into bitterJttvetiveiof Secretary^trard and Secretary-Stantonxd®np»ndt»g^ moTaiXffnd is cspeciaity severe upon Rlt-rStaKtonrWliiMt-says-shoaldHiot be permitted to creep out of the Cabinet without personal chastisement of legal inquisition. Tho obedience of Mr. ¡Jonn* sonji^ Ureso^a^culars is made a cqn-^ition of Ins support by the New» York Democracy—in other words, if Ue-lôoks for help from his new found allios^ he mi<8t, in their behalf, ostracise all who have led the opposition to No>rthero treason inUie past A FEW loyal-hearted men virerc >n- for, if.rara^not.dticeived and 9f my legal HgltU, I can avail of iidioice among 4bcm all, aii(| ca^ lio# go rft)m one to 'the other, any .wii^ctt i^se, till I.can Improve my posi-that is Kderabio will ao, over Yankee Faritanhift or Yatikee Democracy." Here ifljh» casiiJii sjmt shell. The your revolver and I'll fetch him yet,"-M this^ tlie_officcr,-J8teps up aiid'sayH— "I guess not,"—"What I Captain you here,"—Was the exclatnations crowd,—"We thought, you leftTon tTie train."-^""You sec 1 did not," says he, "arid ailot^r me to say tliat this is a ilew way to keep the peace,"-—"You, Judge A., you Col. B., you. Majori., and you Squire D., told me certai.n Oiings this altdriioon}—how you kept peace Std./ now I fiud you all lead-amob'' They all, talked and and excusedj but. was no explains. ¿nd the use, the people are very-r. , (i ^^^ I am informed thai ¡^ ^^^ ^ trying to make trouble v^m State, trying to make a Union Party, or .Jha^e. ortlielfrincorpöfated in the pit». for this fan's election. v JM^Siög^ i-^^^ tiie past, we know what their i^easj duced to favor the Philadelphia movement under the pledge that they would not be brought into association with Copperheads. The manngr in which leen kept may be learn» ed from the fact that the Philadelphians met in council in Syracuse the other day with that notorious Copperhead, John A. Green, of Syracuse, and con-seljled io-serve afr the-tftil to bis-kite I of Dah Rice understands the value oL_tlii^^vertÍBÍtig.—lle-is-a—Johnsoir- ca ^ date for Meinbai^fCongressl«^ an advertisement of that factj about | column in length standing ia about every paper published in hia congressional Dipt. He runs for Congress on corrcct business principles. No. 10. CONCURRENT RESOLUTION TO tRlNT EXTRA COPIES OF THE ANNUAL REPORT OF THE AD-JUTANT GENERAL. Resolved (if the Senate concur). That there be printed one thousand extra copies of the A jutant General for eighteen hundred ♦and sixty five, for the use of thit "Qffl-^ . . ' and three copies for each member will'be, and if my humble Wish could lagislature, each copy to be avail, nary a compfomise would bound WHOLE NO. 1517 Tferidentitl Toadying.In abandoning friends sod deserting' principles, Andrew Julineon has BnSet-ed the fate of all corrupt ajnd treacherous men. He finds himself company* ing witlf throve who have been for years fris bitter enemies, and carrying out the pn'rpnstes of factions which have exhibit^ toi^andfs himself aiidhis views in the past nothing but contempt.. This fact was strikingly illustrated in ffiter recent 'Tiait and address of the Misiaiwcfri delegation. That delegation ti^as coniposed of Rebels and Rebel ^m'pathizers. In their estimation, a Southern man holding the views which Mr. Johnson professed during the war, vvas simply despicable. So long as he was true to bimself, they hated him. CMMr «M Wmám UWAmitlIPÉ^ISlWMli ' ' A UM ^^ ^MÉ^MAMI But*vhcu he became a' p^rty Traitor and liigratertbpy wcepied him W tool. The style in which they address him, shows the estimate they placeTip-on his character. TLey lell him what he niust do to win their support They assail hig apppointee» to office, deman ■toKroTiiif aeoimBic at Ihé' oott«i, or (halt nate itfMif aéiSSÉ^ ' éf^btí A^trt to bkf0WÉm&'âar-mmèf'0e ÊèitMatif ythkiijmf com Vv Ms ImhmIi Vgr vir^ oí hl» ofiib«, be «wiiÉWHwa «««{íMi M» «MMiiof ilir be i« Mpty^isi^, I» m mmm^ dmi bf •cUoa er ûtiierwIiB, % lit |HMilìr if m' peáotand timn amk tfmMIfmm, tíf mmpM ding' reirtoraís îuid stílwtitatioiw.^.^T^ arriinger a platform for the Administration, and sutnmòn him, if he expects to When Heister CTymer was a member of the Pennsylrania State Senate,''a resolution was introduced in fbat body coinplimentary to Mr. Johnsoti/ then acting as Milituiry Governoir of Tenes-see. Clynrer voted against the resolution, and aefconvpanied his vote- by a speech in which he dettoilnCed Johncftm as a brutal barbarian, and the satrap of U despotic tíscrrpter. This GlyniWf is now the Côpperlïe'iid ciaifdidfltte for Gov-érñor of i'ennsylyaffià/ crppiosëd td soldieí- wbof foifght dft^ing all the war, and won glorjr oii scotea'of ballHe-^lds. And Johnsoli' 10 doing all itf his pcmer to make poasibfe the' election of this Rebel sympathisier; listttg thé patronage of the administration in ^ and strilrtng dtiwn merj wlws^ Cflly ôf-fenceisin their fidelity tcf {rtffiCipíes for which he once declared himself ready, if need be, to die "it is in s.ach:. particularíí^as .Ibejse, even more than in the "general scope of his policy, that the man who now disgraces the Presidential chajr exhibits the infinite littleness of his character. History will be searched ih vain to fi nd . ajnL.exaropl^ toadyîfjin^ and more reckless abandon' ment of everything that men of honor are accustomed to Vahie.-^.á/6. »/bur. LAW ai ^EW YOBK-By AoUiOHtjf. f lii/'ctlf law.tìnleM adlflfcrcnt time Bh«lt be Wwt_____ thfireinSsfeaiLçn%!â»sReeMend - tako^ cffcct-t&rodgtioni the State, on ond not beíoro the twenUcth ámy afVr the day of It« final passage, asby. itJtsiT of State, ec, 13, ilUe 4, ë&Tipi^ t, IMHI, Be, Tised Statutes^ • fEvery law »o published in tils State, Fapefi my be read in evidence from the paper lu wbicb it sUáll bo contained, in aU the codrta of Juatlce in tbia Stst« and in all procct^ingif before any («fBccr, body or board, in wbicb it aball Ih) thatígbt neeeaauy (o refer tbereio, until tbroe montba after the cloae of tb« aention in which it became a law. 8eo.S. tlUa f. part 1, BoTised Statutes, and ILawa of IMS. duB, 280.] ■ CHAP. 820. Alf relation to deeds on the sale of [¿tidu County Toaren tat unpaid iáx Rwsed April 29, .10661' thrce-fiftha being &<tfe ^ Nhe Torít, ríptuoÉti UßemU and 1- -""r»^—....VW. ■ 1 • t» ' «ri «m« ««M •MWWSjM.I^ ■M liMjifiÜNlr, ísssecsKusas Matt ev «mi «Ml kr «tTiMMiMf, efiiii».- f««4 ia ««MMiMi .. •oalBlae«.inalltiM« ssLEnsn.*; K**Ult*N*1weU B«viMA MrtaMMg t^ OHAP.ftM. ANAOrto MMmtllwBtfvlml MMa« 1« i«- tetfott to tlM dtttki.oC raiwrvrfol»/ pMMd April 12, laef; IkxfMlAt preKQi Sicno.x I.'Seetk» AworclMB«« «kvwo^ Utte four, part ftnT,. of «atfl«, ig hereby ameodM iiy «r 1» imi m Mlomt and town ii«ili«lnll «ntevi» not dolv for. 8 2. inbenrlior now eleetstf ib téio^ {|i4ta» Stet« «ball, withliifixty ^j» after kh» PMHige of Ihif act, «xseato «ad ddlm lo tht foTfDtleriier bli towii Uilxmd, la «Kb peát^ al^ atti «fftlr «Mi Kritiei m tbr htmief town atMitoTB aball iirncrtbft, úonáHíimté taf the f»lthfttl diadiMse oIWê official ilatfes, and Uiat he will well Mkd trulf Iura«nd par over tmàrnxmai lof m Ooiûw befiot^teg to hl* ipWä «od oomlog; into bi«!«^ ímsoA mper-vbor; «M .eveiy fuperviafw bwealter «kotaif iMlrwitbia teadfclii dSiM, ndie and delfver Mi bond as WonMÍd,r $ 3. Thh «eC iliii Ml« iâmwdlalely. ' VATMorHinrtóiK,'' » . ■ oará of Uli Baenli^ er Stali». / «Hf HMO fa < Uli UK » wMiwm I^mSKSm^ - - ' made, i hopé that the regular organi-1 laations are strong enough to spurn p any and all terms of cçnaervatism, and also strong enoughj after having der j.-Uiièd^8:içh propositions,, as to roll up à f, -»ajofity in November next, «s will ^^jjtç ihei^ijd'a rejoice, and^m dialoga ïty at South, faction ^t theNoiti ri^Wan unconditional surren-^oiio, yi> 0. P. B. State or NfiW 1foBK, The foregoing STAtB orNEWiJ?«*'.^^^ ' The forgoing rawlutioh was duly Jf»?^ Section I. All deedi executcS in panroto of law by the treasurer and oünnfy judg<& of any county, upon any sale^had in purénance oí the act chapter two hund^ and ninety-eight of tho laws of'dirhtfcn hundred and dfty, «0-titled "Aa act in> relation to Ute oolledion of taxra on lopda of non- reddenta, and to provide ^«iT'iho iiate^f trach-lands for-UQpfdd-^tues In the counUas where they were aaseswdii" HhaU have thp ciTect to v<st in the_^uitee. tbereia ^jM^an ai^ufe^^jegtete^ST fiw aim the reñPiÑteté NO Bold, aulject, botfever. to «II claim» which the peóplé óf the n»y have thereon fur taxes,: or ^>r or„ by. rMMon of aoy other Ileh or incumbrance; shall be pre-saniptive evidcoce that the aaid adé, and all proceedings prior thereto, from and" ladodinc the Asécwment of títe land, and all toticea r^uired law to be giv^ prévkMM tó the ex-piratioa of the two^ yeani lulow^ to redeem were regular, aópbrding to the provMona of the said act. and all laws directing or reqtiiriiig the same, .or aoy manner lekthig tlwreto. § 2. In any action or. propeedini; pen^iag when this act shall become á law, wuen tm defeme in sach action or prooseding fMlt of depends upon » deed ezecaUd by the traasurer uid county judge of any eoonty, «pon aay said hud in porsuanoo of tb* lakl aol dlMptrr two hundred and ninety-eigbt ti tb* lawi of eighteen hundred and fifty, tb« party pbiattf tberehi-m^ disoimtin»« 0Ú6» ta the iuiv«ne party; and in ease the right of astioa ittL aay^ sodr aoMw er ref^ or depend* upon a deed so exarátsd as aforesaid, the party defend«!«, Mr aMfont of several parties defendant therrin, may aerra upon the party plaintiflf an oiler In writiaf, that tiie mrty plaintiff may take jtulinamt for for the if«lief demanded in the eompuíat, and the partyr plaintUF ibull not reoom ooata agtdn8t\the defendant lervii^ Mcii otter In i^ting.l . § 8. This act día» take ettet* ImmaSMáf . .. - --STiAi-aor-IliWrVea«.---——-»----------- OAcLJkf ttieSeeWtuyerstat«!.- C------ ----- IhaTeoómr«z«dth«.j^reo«eUu wita tt»* oriflna Uiea«in«|l« soorR«ttMuMet^ttlMnlfeoai aa* «(llMr whole of Bai4 odli^a^lMr: \ nuiiotird:jKiit.ow4 CONCURRENf KÉSÔLÏÏTÏÔ^S RE. LAflVE TO THB TERMS AND CONDITIONS UPON WHICH THE STATES IN REBELLION —SHOULD fifriDMITTED TOllÎît!^ RESENTATIONS IN CONGRESS. J*58oii«rf )if the S4natejcone«r>i Thaf--it is oar mature tnd deiiberale ttmit' tion, tlmt no State #itlriir ittleft them 4iaft been^Bsubordtna^Q T>r"T«tïelIiôS7 should4}e:«dmltted^t{rii(ireriif^ tional legrielatiofi mtil it itodl^ not only lu an »liiiii^ ef aelttaf and hariiKray,frff| in Cb« ^fkote of resentatirea where loyalty^ eanaot b« queationed/and that emik hoiim vtmi' grebs is the sole jodge of tlie ^Îflda' lions ahdjelecdon olita méflibctff, vêA has full power to detem^ for itaelf when the constitnency or the Repr^ sentatlves meet the conditbna abm set forln^^ iîcKrftwii (if the Senate concur), Thai it it «lÀ) <rar that^a^ tb« ccilnfry ira» pledged in the baginiiig and tt^oogbotfl the war agaimt the TO' betlion,- to ayigoroaa proeeention ihefe« ol to t^ gfisatnaiyd ijwraimnmt aad of . tîte^'ndiiialiëto of tut «wtlonut integrity a«d the ^ablisbroeM of ibe national gomment< thtrt aaifaeeepted daring its p/rogretM « ifleaeifré of war, just and <^ffs(it(ilionrt ut lb« tin« of Its nfe» terance, tfee fi^^ of emaocipation) tbat a« if adopted at ito cIoeeameiÉt^f« «f fatgfe aatioaaf policy and jdiitice, the coMtlftiUoaal amendment which oot only by' ftic w ganic law theoretically inade fr^dom liijtferaalrbttt quit« i» i^ ferred upn cong^ ill Uw doMtlttf' tional powers needfal to establish and enforce unirersal freedoa in practice and in fact*, so the nation ia^ledl^ to the worlds to hnmanity, ane moatofalt le^e Ét^menr Ihat^ iir^^ ways ^ liberty and civil rightaofeir« er^limârçëinif eflbfeet to thé ernment of tne Unitee States alii^ be protected and eaforced regardlaaa of race, color or oondition, against «fety wrongful opposing I%w, oidniaiiOa>«f< a ulation« custom Or prejudioe, and thaf the spirit which formed aad organiae^ ahd developed-totbeiwieiit atïeagtl» that pplieyhas not fulfilled ite allotted work until eteiy subject of that gor-ernment Stands free aot only bHU Maal before the law. \ Beaoloed fif the flpnato we are m favor of the «xteasiott of e^nal suffrage in the District of Galrntf bia. to all male citisena of Stable aga iWeei (if ti^ 8e«fata «oncarVTIiat whatever diifcrenceff w to daUit maV exist among the Keptvfeantativea oCtlNT tive, in the meaatfrdlueeeaaaij io at*' tain the great eadabMoh jbMM^jiAfiet' . so in some mode iiaRcoraeentatifll>% ara DOtoftheopinMB that there aMH sttbeiat auclrdiiaraity of iateM^ aalo the geaeral naalta, or aa to MM of attaiaiag the aaa^ aa aboiild fif^ dncehoatifityofattitadaorlh« aaw* ance of political relatioM; bat tint mi* tnal reeonsideratioa of poaiHaaa «li adjuetmentof diAlriM aîama «91 laava infirm and prodaeMva aiHaa«»,. tl» identieal great parpoaaa orally lo «Ht The real peaoa aad roaaHtatiaMl Wb^ erty and unity of all Ite Sli^ aai theaiaared liberie ofaUfttiNiifl^ SrASBorSiMrTemi. J refM ■ ttmaatlNsTma, - .-L 7lMÌat«B«tef issnietlei :iwss é^^aiwÉ»^ Hia Qmmawai «a iht KtlMb papers m^, oaoa eéead, iMliiipliiE part of tut a VMtT nmStiWg U ieaacïil^^ooida. «omSSwii« looking forlt thäotbÄr daj. lM« Um waantaatiflà I» èa low*^ Ihei Iii» atolaa.---- ;