Angelica Reporter, September 26, 1866 : Front Page

Publication: Angelica Reporter September 26, 1866

Angelica Reporter (Newspaper) - September 26, 1866, Angelica, New York FPÉtifSiiìcp »f tenir yvmsuítmsDAv, O. P. & ö. W. mCjKINSOK, ; Editors cmâPropctotors. PB» vmiSk iiminrAii^. - Im«INMwe wh«r«««raiinU«f««»»» tfaan «M»M Montiw. VUtfCMt* «JMMailal wiU ho cbareed V« hmn m lar»» «ad oonipkte wwo^wtof pUio •aC itéar tfp», mt» **«éSS»At'pttmf»r»»ÍL «n ptem-M« to 4o kMiábiU«. Uwc»M^ bwAs («mÎms. máitU, - «Ml Iji iMt almiM« «tt Un«* of pMa w« «n^ey print-In«. BmI^ pcompt, knd cbeap. VOt. XXX: Nt). H. ANGELICA, if. Y., WEDKESDAY,_SËra. 26, 1866; WHÖLE m ..... liiÄj ' -rifiiìiii FIRE INSURANCE Angelica, N. Y. Jniortli American Insurance Co. -rttftW--i'urir-Clty;----------- CASH ASSETS ..... - $751,653.57.Arctic Instirauce Camita ny*11. I.LOVD, Afent. P. 8ì~lhe tosare^ may paHieipato in net troflt. ■ AogoUc», J'ily 3, Í86S.JOHN Ö. COLLINS, ^ÄTTORIIEY ÄMP cöuf«^tw Arr. Î4ÂW»---— : ^ ¿ i4iicetlca^ Allegany €'oiinfy, w.*' Hdi^neUBTllle J'^n&iiMnce fifK vKmit^ 1» irRstdrtN rtfiV tork. j^vpresentliiK orer :€rna, ifarttVira;:... Iliime. New York.........«,698,674.14 Iu8.(7».. N. Anu r. Phil.,.. 1.731,OOn^jO Pljoenijc, New Y..i-k...... Security. New York,... . ».^JHSS'^t Harlforil, Hartford,.. • •' Lorrillard, New ......... IJcme, New Wavcn.......1,000,000.00 Interimt/onal, N Y....... Phajiiix. Hartford,.... ... 957.000,00 -Atttic-NiiW-Yotk.....^. 625.000.00 Metropolitan, ■ " ifífc fór Oit J' Fire. MrtfttViri Anii^'cii, llaftford... TonfiPls & N.-Tóik- X rd,...... Traveler«* Hartford dental,.... Acci- 6l2,8iJ7lB 544,4.55;67 500,000,00 440,051,72 000.000,00 New York Life...-.,_____.5.000,000 00 Total,.,. .....$2f.459,8Ö9,00 PWtTêFa^MÎKftl^ftÈtî-ABLB 4¿sítran pqwitsUleJl^'e«, wiU find it to tbéir advantage to RfDplj al this Apericy vbofofe, Insuring or CRANE. COY 15 A YOUNG, Agf»«. H. Yovsa, W. <î. i'òV«, N M Craîw. Ax «¿Le-Firlt Door Käst of B¿pii¿t Cbarab-|«nèvvlDg iheir policía dfrewhíre .unicc—rinfi. f««» 1, «in» MI:« nr»V«« i, Vf\m S AÄ ROIvT OI^^ tASHIONABÍ/B BAllBEK #lwt Döor Wtìif of Äporiif Oßce, Angélica.J. Hi Eggleston. Walch Milker and îoweler. and dealer ÍÍm kind« of Clock», WatcK-», and Jewuliy »SttWe terra«. ' AageUca, Fe^-Dr C. P €âmr. J. B. HANOEVIIiI^E & SONS. rSRAL IN8URÍÍIGE AOENCt. {ÍFE, FIRK ASP ApOiDENTAL, )?er. V..... $26,000,000. Jt9wtm oi VomjpmnliïS I Co;. K ^..... $3,5!J8.C64 U î?.!»^ rlAracrlc«. Pa............... 1.731,000 00 Co.,K. Y.............. 1,270,000 00 T------"--------------------- l,07a4Ul0 -----......... 718.059 3a Scctìriry . \ /( Rist'UA Hi Cnntinental ' - ............ ^ h^.m P* Arctic ïntehiaUônaÎ ^ Market 1.532,887 00 014.101 18 },348,618 _______,, Udö 431 ('0 fe'M fiurfùcr. PENéióMs, OtI.>iTiKS, and BsCc Prty. procured B l4üUf m. H. Ä QOKÍEON. Ï^Al. A.M9Ets. . $a5,6.^D.193 57 ^«qS-lDHuranco pitaptìv èffeetoahymail or other- 'e inony oithoaWc cpi&änioa on »11 kinds of |ty Willi ui^^'^T Losses a spo-'^AltcomtimDlca|n^i>romptlyaU«índedto____________ 0\CE IN THE ToV íÚtt.- UNION STREET, OLivN. N. T. W. H. MAHDEVII.I.Í:. BittUe asd be Contented. lire wortdiww« old, and men grow cold To cac* whilO «cckiog treasure? . jjinci' v^at with wantr and care imd toll,., »carco hrtvö time for pUsisaro, ' itìtti&vei^'iitìttd^iitftttii'tt'lusff " Not much to be lumentetl; Dfo rolls on gaily if vro will , ' Bat mnilc and bo contcrited. If wo aro poor, and would be rich, ■It will not be by pining, ÎÎo Î çtcady bcartíí and ht^eful iniods Ar« lifa'a bright BÜvsr lining«} ~ ITicre's no'or a man that dared to Uopo Hath of his choice repented; Tbo happiest so»]» on «artli aro those Who Biuile and are contented. $ Tlicboiird of Mtilri']u>Utan poli co BhitJt designato, in pnrsanncç' ¿f the act hereby amended, uiuTiiire and V< ut> iSoliWfir^irnikTr'^ttactcd.-' pinces In eí«cii-¿lectIun-«l»trict-of_thQ„cit;Lattd county of New York, for tho mectlngîî j>Î thö iÇIioiTgnêrdvith'tHnTnï-aTid'rack-tW-hcâr^ " ■ "AiidiföTtuno-bids^HB-sorroWr - . - ..... - From lio|iö we mwy ft blessing reap riso when roses blootni It caitno't be pivventcfi; i '' SUT make the best of life you can, And Btniio-and be cuntcnteil. inspectors of registrvt a^^d ekction. and hold ittg the pollifi of i'iecioo ; ftn<i Btich meeiinga rtiall lie hnd ftnd vwll of'electio'n held nt the pliitctflu the iwveritl l^rJcti «t> desijifniit^jd.-'-^e boaM ofTic^lrcKlf Jitiiu poilce sliali pay" "tlfo rentu «lid tJio'«o8ti?f StUlng vp, wiirming. h'ght-ing, tJeiuiHiHg and kveping of stich pUiccd. They Hhall also pay tpe lejj'al comiicnaxtion of inpoectora of regii<tr>^iin(i elcctioni, ciuHnvihrn and poll clorkR ia the elty of New • 'fhey shftl!, in the city of iivT York, furnlh-h thi: iii-spectoiii of to/ilfrfry aiii electioni) with stiitlono-ry, books for I'^gisterj and. poll lists, and pay the expense tf>eri;of, i^uliil«o the cost ami e*-pense of all election nt)tico>; postern, aUvcrtise-n>cntH, books, bbnksjind st^iUimety, procured, printed or publl'hcil -their order oi'-authority and also the cost of furnishing, repairing and c7friin'i-tj;\ltnltji«wir LAW OF. NEW TOBK-By AuthoHty. nByenr 1»^ tmle«8 adifforont Um« «hail ba ih< the^! thie retary.^Stat«.' Tisea'sWu tea.} irescribcd _____ roughoui tWcnUeth day a^r •^0. M. MUo 4. chap. 1. Bo, [Every law ea p^TBilsKsa-ta^tm-StJif«» Paper, my bo read in evidtao > from tho paper iu which it-shaU b^.çoç-falncd, m ali tho co(irtii of Justice In thia State tftdin all procccdiuga before uny oflloor, body tir board, in which it ahatl bû thought nficussary to refer thereto. tnitiUhreo months after tho clonn of tbo "Trewion li\ whliflf tt bÎ!é.imii a. law. fiec- H,- tHJo t part l. Hréviscd Stà'tatoB, and Lawa «f 18ii:'. chap; CHAP. 812. AN" A<3T amendatory of an i Bupplemcntary to ciiapter Boven hnndred and forty of Uie law of eighteen him(îr^'dfi!Vd sixty'five, entitled ,"An acttki'aHcertain by proper proofs the citiz il? who tiliall be entitled to the right of fiuffrage." p.i8scd thirteenth, eighteen hundrud nnd slxty-fl ve.; ' " ------ P^ÉiÉàMrà 2lL lii&iSliTce-flnha bolntr nrcsent. The I^pU qf thé Stcdc of Jiew Y(fr*i, répcesmtedxin Sàiaté ahd Aiienéli,Y<ia enact tis /dlvm J?ECTION ïions' DEVJXLE. i. D. H^-DÉvitt»;; " ïf.Y, Friendship. INESe COLLEGE nd Telegraph Institute! luiiiv:.-! """'tf-rariiViif andthorpnsh Commercial vcara aV®®^^'- " bus been eHtabliHhed twelve ««ii.tifcar" secured an unpiir">UcIfe'd reputatioU for thorouKh inslnvciicii.- ------1 Wc can» f^jl^^UegcP^'o flrst ciass penmen «ban the Buf- p . M . F í S« SLA-OKSMiriil^i eo«Br«t JU10.W.II Oli-an »''f«'; of 8«g- Bianncr. ^ . «mith Shop, mt Ol aa atrcet. ^^ : Angélica. N. i. ' school is-ïr^xJe to the nM. c.)m¿íica eá. îhe and Practical ififiRtlng ot Primary. Iheoretical mentía t.ic uioUnent». The Practical depart- ;cTioN. 1. J^sjectoM^f ^regiftiy J, caitv^i^TroTVot^'ii&t-^-olfietfo^ pull clerks fur the ficHrid election districtB' of tho'ciiy and cotmtry of New York, shull lie ap-poiuted l»y the ItOard of ^ietrbpoliLan police, in miintHir follo'^Djr,. to wit: Proper persons.lo di«!charge the «hities of thd several otticers alK)ve niimcd for the" several cial partner frosii tiny liabtlify txüw cxla^ng npon any debt or obligation .Wrctoforo vx)n- actcd. ---^—------------—.....■ ■ ' This act ahftll take tìffcct ímmedtatóry. STAtii oi^ iffiW yOHKi Oflico of Secretary qf State. I have ctirap.-ircd tlw pnHx'diiig with the ortg Inal law.on iilcin this oilia», and do hereby certify (hat the «ame a'GorFc<'t.toin«;^ript thcr«froatod of Wr whnic-ef wiid oMgimd law. illANCiaO, BA1UX)W, SecteUry<»f State.. ¿AW OF NEW iOHK^.By Atittfo'rity. . ; (pefy.l^w. nnlesia diff«i;()nt' tini« ahM-bi» nrV and feta ©ffeci ji.,;..:____1 y AT TUB niDpLB Ho^ Ï i iWich Is ill Detroit, Jlíchl^ia), - - Sept. tUe.^ib» ___) Kt«pby«tep I am-wnen^ th« ladder uv Tomo—âtep,by step I nm cliniiftt to «miiM&co.—-TbreiB «ceka ago I Wn» auiunMmed to Wactdag ieri cd"torchi, shati com' Uirouftiiont iho Statç, on and net • § 4.- For be piirpnso of eiiabling tho board of Metropoli«!» police to ihàke tho pavlnent» anddufa.iy thot-xpen-^jf iif<»rwd«!. fof thtf j^tar eighteen lumdMandiiify.pfx, tliecompj roller of the city of IswY'orU'shall jrAy over to tfie trciisiirer of Met^polibui; police, on hiR requisii-• tlonorrequiiiitliiiì, outof the moneys levied and collected ia^id/or the city and couutry of New York, for e^ensca of elections of the year crgiiteeTi liuhdrCiiind sixty-six*, Tiirch ; sum or siinia of money asljuiH lij reqnii^tl by »lid board of MetropolitiUi p ice_t'i_iniike the payments TmdTÌefhty-1.he extitses-in--tlitì--f>r«ce«Ì4i »g .jjcc--. tion named and to board or offieerrotherthan the itiwrd of MetrOolitan poiicj and treiisurer of ifclixjpolitrtn ptit'e.^aH Ite aiitliorii:ed pay or «ball pav s\|ii or any part of tiie payments or rapunses U tlie precedingseiaion mentioned. For the ytiir eigiiteen hundred and pl-xty-KeVeii, and tlii eafter, the board of Metropolitan police sliall at tiiutimo of making their regalar anntial cstilatfl for the Ralai ies and expenses of the Metrojolitatt police force and de-partiucntj and a'i a Wfc th ircof. estimate the uuiouiit required foi\;ach year to meet itnd de-. fray thò'èx|ii'nses in seetion mention«! ids and 'tîië litst pivßf^ding líich amount so estimated shall be levi&'l, Ci>ne tt*(l, depoèited^ paid over and exper.dfd in tlio -provide«! with "Teforor lieti fund. lino manner as i.-i by law o to the JSÍe troBol i tao poj -litotïtvn pvntiw' trtuy »establish a'bureau iu ijie òfìice of tlieeiiicf clerk t<>-be-tuliijd. Uie of clcctionp^ wherein under,Üie orUer^i, 4uiia.lumi ríJgulaLíouCIof: the board ^M^trojwlitìinjpllce dn»fî ini dei ositcd aïiTlîepi "the ruém^ TÎôaSTjl^^^^ iKJOk«, papers and»accotmLs, pertaining to tlve duties, power and busiaess imposed on tliö said l)Oiivd by tliis act. and ilio actlierohy arneudèd. Thvrei>b/\11 ix'a ciiiof (ifiicur ofs.dtl burtKUi, to be called the keepi-r Ol election record.','' wiui Dcvci,» iiinjvu liiiiiicti lor ^uveril^ . , , ■ V j.í. . , electjoí. disirict; and supervise tÌi»r~bnFÌliess-tht^efyfr-«»dép-tli& orders, ruk-s and regulations of said l)oariI,— Sail! board may appoint a proper person to be such " keeper of clcciiiin records," and ivi and pay his Siil.iry; at snob j<um as they sliiill dwm proper, not e.^cecding lilteen hutidred ilollars -per annum § 0. In the citie.s of New York and Ih ook- Thorough meUc and the M«Vi.i gi ven in Commercial Artth-^«^^jthematicB. when deairçd. ¿ecke LAW. ohïi.. Agency. Contri wjth,. the .J.aw cf Partaer-* mpi ^mcrciMTaper, 1 liij»^ ^^ Thlsd^vWUa f Bfjli, anu in id ¿very, i« in tJi tt^ív lusütttto i a tho Ui'ípanal, I á BUSINESS MEN WANTED Ucferenccs llequlrcU. -tr^v-illMIOlATlON from to $1500 , a Iffilvis» »is«"« t^ '•n- ^ gracing Of * LINCOLir AliD HIS FAMILY, in »»»«hi'tory®* Ion and conduct the store. Olean. N. Y. _____ WSllUR SIllRI More mrable, More Elastic—^:^ More Graceful! And i«-!« »t»* r^t^lxxltH mac^'-^i^tei. tlitln ttiiS^otlier .PIIING. the niu^t compio t jfnot suiiorlor ,t seno lu'V the Chain. F-.i* furth«£ CpllegeH," f;>iHPri3-BBY.VNT A: STtjiation atUlresa April.ll 1800. ir. 1)1 ICTOU StIlÈStATia'Si Tonic! Buffalo, .v. Y. DY, StSfft^ . „ ,, ^^fore tho'twentl flth day .after ttjc day of it» final piuwage. a« certiflcd by the Secretary of State. Sic. lï. titîo 4. chap. 7. i-nrt I. Bevlncd SUtitící.] i-•• (Every Jaw iti pKbliRhed in tho Slfite Paper, mav be read la evidence from iho paper tn which it «hail bo Rontaiued, in all the coarta of juHtiee in thin State, and ti) «U proreediiiga beloro any ofllcer. body or board, in which it «halt bo thettsht necc«Barv to refer lîîîI?t(i!._H«tU three months after tho i-lo^o rit th« «es-elon in tïhicli inìec.-uii« ôTIâ*?: «.part 1. «öviscd b'fatotö tcraaoi] Pkellanrous kasbt: Kr. Kuby with the Preiid^tìal Party. From the Tutelo Bla£ê* , WUlt IIÙMt« tho M}*dk i^i hed «otto tb« pitti a» 4 , , cirkle.« when mi Orltonc,^' and áuotbtr «nd .uneaftcr AiioUief liiit«mt tf 1 Ub 0i«kM« ttfiM «»Éifitt hoib?, with aiiohpíroo'jtana Uves to BtreugtVari«! nervous ByatemV stomach and .....certain rem- nesa. lOpe of and debil- f,>V wealf, 'nervous and dy»p"epflc\*lratmed by all Umgglst- every where at 5I pt, Tôt níflé DR. STWCV, MELLIFLt Coligli fxamined in relation to their qualitications. and if approved, the constitutiohal oath of oflQce shall be administered to each and filed as provided in the act hereby amended, and a fertificate of appointment ifi.sued and deliveri d toeaciiTtis^herbottrd of_ jlletropolitan piilice shall order and direct. Wiicreupon sueli per-sjm shall'by resolution 0/ 8»u:li board, bo appointed to lins^tid several officers. Person.sso appointed to sucli offiecs in the city and ootin^ tJ'y of.Nevv York, and persons app'nntetl to like office in the city of Brooklyn shiiil. in ad-dijtiunJo^ut^|u^ (jj^^ provided by law, bo iiualifiw^l .....JLU JtntTIiiiSjitìc^Ì^^^ jviiere the election districts for which they are ivspectively appointetl arc (situated; Iml they slmll Dot Imi f<»quSic»l. to Ut »<.oi<Unt« of or qualitied Voter» of or in the dectOn or assetn-bly districts ia which they aro to Fcrvc; nor shall the persons appointed as aforesiiid bo required to be liable to or quali.Hed to do jury duty in eiairts of record. If vacancies shall occur in any such office, either beforo or on the day of clecticn. they s'lall be filled in tho city and country of New York, by r<-sól(ition of the board of Met r'opt)litan ¡.M'lit, and absent from duty during the proper hours oi' duty, may Ihj deemed and held by the board of Mut-ropolitiitfjudico M^evidCpcc' of if vaqinc}'. If it Kb It ila disdot'craV at any time. tT.'ai ajiy person appointed to any olUuo aViovo named for any election district of New Y'rk or Brooklyn is incli;iiblu^ dissqwalitjcd o hold such office, the lio^d l)y which tiie >i|ii()i>\utnient was ni;ide, may iiy resolufiofi' rfcclaro tlVc of^rce lo be vacant and a[>point a proper person to till such vacancy, it shall ti.', tlio duty of any person selected' itó' «foresari for any election di.stiiet in t'ho city o? New York, on reccfviiig notice tht-reof to appear before the board of Metropoli*»» bolicc in cottformity with «uch" notieo and taUe and su scribe ilief constitutional oiith of ofilce, anil on bcinn iluiy appointed it shall 1« bra duty to perform the duties of such' offitè:" i^ Ay sùlH' person who «ludi neglect o? f^filse to appciir arni qualify ns aforesiiid, or nejilcct or refuse to perform tho , . , - , , . , ,1.1 , n i, duties Of such office, shall be liable to a pend- o'clock i' « . . of AnU they shall then ' - revise.correct, add.to and sUbslraot trom, and complete thè said lists, and sliall, on that day and hft^k -oP 1H15, eh»p- ClIAP. ¿24. AN "ACT to repeal an net rntit!e<l " An netta provide tho manner in whicli and the timo . and placca at which the electors of thi'« i^tjite, abferit therefrom In th.o actual service of tho United Stat»>s, may vote, ami for a ranva!» and return of their votes, ' ' pa««vd Aprii twenty-fourth, eighteen hundred and sixty-five. Pa.'iscd Api il U', 18(11}. 'TfiV'peophvf-tltfSMt'ff-'Alm-york.-r Senate and AtimhUy, Jo aiact as follows : Sfction 1. Chapter five, hundred and kcvCh-ty of the laws'of tbifi State, passnl jn .the yew eighteen hunurcd and sixty-ti ve, is hereby repealed . , Statk OP NKW YOIIK, I onice or Uio Secretary of 8Uito 1 J have compared Iho preceding tvUU tho uvlùinai law OD filo in thU ó6B(2q, 4nd do hereby curtliy that thè aauio i.s a earrcct transcript therefrom and of tfie whole ot said originai law,' . , , PBAircrs . BABLOW, ; ■ Sitrttan/qf Scale, . cimctm-REiU HuMmim- Belalive to printing ,e.xtra copies of the trausacti<j"nra of the State Agricultural Society for 18(tò,' {If the yenat^^ irrtngm the State AgricuftiiVal Society. jt<j prini fur tho" use of the fiiiid society ; iiftven copics for efich member, oflieerandrepoltectìf tlio'legitf copies for county agricultural wÀ-ieties, ¿¡lifting tmè Ttwjntber-ujf- - ASiiéinbly,- imd - -proportionate number in counties electing inore than one member of Asseniltly, ten copies for each town nhd i>nit)n agrlculturàl societies, ajxl fif'y cojiies for-the Hegents of the Univensiti", for . tho county agricultural societies, (w many copici luT thcrò' are school districts òr parts of districts in tlie nwpecUyeaamtiés, to compensate collectors of toi> by that cmlncntly' jirrate im^ Androo Johnson, to attcffd a öoftsidiailoii lae to to thr proposcd WcsUjrn toar^ ^lclr iHii itiW bb^ undurtaken for tlie purpoaeHu^ aroosin^ iho maascs uv the'West'to atuince-tni". tbei wich wnz thrüatln uv in ca^ they./jpöi-eläted in ccntrollzin tho pow^t uv : the ^'em-ment hit« the liand»» uv a C^ngrt^, iaatid of dilTufiing it throughout ihtlund» UV one' inatt, wich is Johnson. I got tbcro too lale to taka pi!-.-«;-2inp-TrTh«pr -part-in-ih^ftfat^HMIw dtenwirm.. Jft'JioiJ ar- ----------^ iB warranted to bo tlv ration ki.own to cure co.ngh«. ma, whooping cough, chronic ^'^th- hrouchltls add croup. Belni, luepared ll,n. Throit and Lungs. For sale by Drugglr where. lyn, any j^íérsoii who is 4 qualified voter in cith er of fiuid cities shall have the right in any and all election district« ih fjuch city. Iq, challenge and contast the right of imy persoii ït) be |duccd ou any register, or to vtite.at any poll'within ifeiiil-dfy, with thej};u as' tii«)U^h the parry making the challeu;;e was a q'ialiiied voter in thexiistrict where ];¿íHuUcs the ciiallenge 5 7 jti tuc »!trîCTT)r riew Yotk KiiJ lyii the nanie of no person hhall bo placed upon the s.u;l rcgis^-r tmles.s ho sluill appear in person before the s lid iiispocturs and prove to their satisfaction hB rigÎH U> votj'ai tho next election district in which ho claim« tiie right to vote , Ami iu noeleclion district in this btate, outsiile of the citie^ of New Y(jrk am), l?)ook lyn, Khali any nani,',;bV; added to the saiîl register, in pursiuinc«; of section threu of the act hereby amended, except uf one who shall have appeared in puri«)U betofc the iiispi^ctors and have esUiblislied to tlnár satisfuctisii his right to be so added. §• fjiorion three of sáid'act W -h.etcby aul^ended so ¡us to read as follOu'S : " § ({. The sai l board or. inKpectoiü shall lueet ou the liridiyi' of thi^ week preceding the day of the general election, ill theii'respeeti.vo election districts,in the city and cotinty of New York alvcl iir the city of llrooklyii, at tho places desi;;na:ed'i,3 provided in the lirst seqtii n, and in the other clectiou di.stricts of the State at the place designated for holding the polls of elee-tion, for, the purpose of revising and correcting said list-ï ; ami fur this purpose, hi v cities,, they shiiU. nieet jit eight o'cK>ck in the morning and rem.'iin in se.4.sion until hliie o'clock, j». ii., of that day ami the day following; and iii «íther districts they shall meet at nine ocloek in the morning and remain in se.^^ion until seven ftgrlcuUiindTtatìstK« iirsiiiilrschooìdi.-ikilivnC proyidiHl in chu|iter two l<utidrcd,ar,d, nhifity.i th'rte of thè: lawsi of eigTiteon; hnndred and sixty-two, to he dÌHtrìbuted by the Stato AgrÌ-cultural Society and paid for by the Comptrollér! on the certifi^ito of the deh'very of the situie Ù> sud Bociery.TiTidiihat-Faixi-rcport b^ bojtrntl ~iii the .same mamier as last year and bu disti ibutcd in accordancò with the foregoinig resolution witb'out iklay. . • State ofNkwYobk,. } In AkskmdIy, Aprii llth, ma. f 7 The foregoing rcsoJiitjon was duly pas-sed. ' l?y onlcr of the Assembiv^.-— — : J. li. CUSHMAN,C?irA. ÌTTATK ot Ntw Yoiìk. f ■ TxÄonT The.l'residefíí Ihslstod Upon òjy íllUñ that BltloiJ, but Seward objected, Uo watUcd U««ch-> cr, but Johnson wua Inflexibly agin blm. lara ideterrolned" seii he, " to carr.^ oüt my policy, but I hov Bomo ItdWela left. Jleeriier htz dono cnuft" already. considerirt the pay ho got. No ! Noi. hofliei bé B])ared this trip--iudccd he ^............ ■■ ■ ■ . : - ; Vcrv good." t«Md Seward, "but at- least find Bome cloigymati who endorse» mr without havli^lVMi~ to ihk-bonürsd.jiame,_ It J^oml Iqok Ijctter," . 1 know U wood," replied Johnson, "Ijnt whore kih we tlnd Rich a onef I hcv_swuug around tht entiro-cirde'and have'ut cz jvfpcen him, -ííashby it.must be." ' ' - Therç.wua then alively discuij^Jon <-7. to the prpinîeiy bîforo tho procta^alon atarted, ofro. movin 'all tliu Federal oWia boîtiers on (he pro-^ posed roTlte," arid appoint in men who.hcil traveled with us, (Johnson, IJi-echer anil tue.) that we iñight1)o feiioor ofa«<K)table reccpshun at each, pint at;wich wc wut to Jttop. The iuinoit-ed wuz în favor 6t H, Seti he, them ez won't support my policy shan't eat iny brfcádand butter," ItotalaU and I oolrttle chimed tn, for it'» got to be a part il V thelv^^elfglpii to awäcnt to libatcMir thü-PfeisüliW iàn^hui f \mjUJJv fin^-tested.; l ow? a duty to tho party Rnd lamde:-; termlnc'd, to do ft. ! ■ ' I' Most High/'i^d Í, a! seltin Len wkb Js litiiy^makeH no fuss-rcut her Ueiul otT and «be flr^ ìvbòóÌl'for,ft%b1ltì lively. Uhkun'a oOu* hojílera^F» ÉeWfa'-iiçna, - They-dou'€ Uk«-y<M>. nop yoor pollsy. Bat whilt; they aro on their nests they will keep riiöcfci^ly qtdet. Cut off their beds ai»d they will spurt their blud in yoir fiicc. Êz to bdncnahoored uvarcccpshun. at iiaçb.ijolnt, yon need fear nothin.' Calkerla. till modrltty, theru are nt' least twenty>tlve or thirty patriot^ who feel » q»U for every offia Iti -y^iitoììgBQ^. J^O Yoor Mighnla; ez thcro: offisis bhïîdTïïsTwhèrô tiiey kiri= «cè-J'èm^TiiniI they don't ktiow wicliia to get'eai, yoo roay^ dj:pend" tiptyi? fbto eutiro entbooslaaiu ov each, indiviuuaUy and collectively; In short, icf there's 4füöiai» in a town, oud yoo, make the appointoieBt^f-yoo have aekurod 4 ftupptyrtws— htmwádlMfñlc wuñtcftd., bAit «laai to draw, ti« diet on w iw*»^ «ad irteli, küi» »wngirtMt m tloti. Ythotii^twk« tos ftttwi|«]r 4Ml0b htt vux^ timely prevcoted. "TW frmâêma r*a$9 «11^ lila ektttñiff «ndswviif wMad thtcliilf. Xttm-H, ft^ Itiaviu tlM «MMtttwbMi kt iMl liaftü.^ reffi^l.'... - , ' . .>t the next phtt«« in» MtolibiMdl «hI» bù: ühciiim at the «Iklloii. H« mm émmá with a'^tóvh'órer bla alMwMr,, And wm «Afl» aftag vir{thi»MliátMl;fl*lt«flftk>oi wWi a •»> volvcr^w^kU^pOM^ * 'Bdl arèyou mr ^3« imwU ite«ly appointai PoaintM^M'. írirr im Imu gm a pcrcaciinRAwaitin litM to lonnr te^Wr Chief Maeiiitrat« «Il alÓM .ii«. TImnwmi twenty Joltnaonians la lb{i iKiwlet, Inil, when ttiè commishn came for oie.tbt gdMr «IM-t«en wux aoured aiKl «ed tbey dìdttH OH« • for hlm oof bU pcdky, air. WImm« b th* Fraik dent 7'' Àndroo wtu * goitt I» iwiay «mnhm thoelrkle.furthìaonc maii and ìfmr» •!*-«»•, ritooshn lu bis banda. hniVti^uú tiStdkM Um*. - At Ffvmotit we bed H \mitâémt ftjr tltefeflÍ€»ÍMfV4i'jL«»jcl!iWí!d ta edo didii'l do.flo wcir. Tfc« ao«di Wt eMif ~ Androo mwch. ljut vflwii Vnani^t mitthor gave him a toumr, —i^Im but pleatdn to the Clieef MagWr^ m* IU1 nashcn, who bîtovea in bAt*e<i^Í9<hd. -- FinuHy ^u fuachod TUa W»^ pemocmtic city tbo l<)reddriit>í^w|kl«df atfK. Hts Kpiiccli lieto Wuz Wan.ux.iriAit nMrÜ Jl», gnthoH^tÀgvtKot b un« r^iref^l «Im: li^Vl^ umwalte had tílMd <hilh"WMlilltgtnn tolMl paint, n&d «bot fxa one: bv' a«M.- IU aroood tUe cirkle-^s 4pdGri.««««r to Mm • I,A r.?,. Ai kf^ itfidmeuKLirns Kum waa-ltttm aU^-OU» irjuli íHiaflr» tnm lu am a tijf* «f«,* liere wo hjpoae fpr. thie '' Torsiìariov WAj atiUit onward, aud aM c0litiiiiM«fiHiigiB. the drkLotíliws «•v T. Augcl Esq.» iiooUiwr llruther «1* the Philttdclpbia delcg4ttt,^.iMid Œg' anJlôûôd. younii jMjfír soif of JumcstoKvn, lat« òf tb^/^jtr«qr i«-' dites the fuÜQV^iiig lettor ta JQe». Bat^^ beri ' ^ „« l l-oatifid style of SKlTt^^y^ ^ ^'"''^lÄtc Kair.held^'" '«'w Ì ork, ' , tb- ty of Ü ty dollars, to be sued for ami recovcri fl ill any coarC of rewnl, in tho name of tho tréitóvuer of Mc'trópólitati- police, for the use and benefit of the iletropolitai^ fmul. § 2. The inspt'ctors'or regisky ty^ nt their lii-st meeting to'make thb i"cgi.stér of electors, as provided in tlie act hereby amended, m.ny, in the city and country of New York and ill tije city of Brooklyn, use the poll lis^? of tlic general clectfon th'eli Íiíg? p.^V to aiU them in forming the said register; but iib per-\son shall be placed on Buch register if hei^hall Pila PtiTfl Ail V by one of the inspectors of rUtJ J^UUlvUJ vgistry aud elections, or ly n qualified voter ________ji^, cured thousands of the the city within which th'e ófcctr»»»; I* blind nllcH. It give.i immedlato relief, strict ¡^ situated, unlví» we shall be XtalíeSíontcuro.'Jr>M to the satisf,«:tlon of such ranted lo cura. For sale by all Drugglats at ou co.^^^^^ ^^ ^^ ^^^ qualified voter ^rh election district, nor shall tho name of Cure, for Piles. DR. STRICKLANi 77tít -The 4 Wire wear »nay be wa^ and will be op THE / Thia lnv{ Bkirttheai torn hoops Skirt, the! the upper j ItJg ohcof wear any i »re «oon id The beSf jmd, ftomf tlnedto I STannfa WiBE M4 ^aoe 3 , - -........... ^ll^VER MEDAl. IZI highest premium ever given for a Hoop Skirt Th»-8t»el-Sprini^_iMro ^roun^i » fine plated hire (in place of« cotton"crtveringnvhich-wtll-not weatulILfi^rJieeoniB^pidl^ wliale Skirt biay be wiihciTwiih^ut Injury ana will be a« good as new. THE COMBINATION .•fKIRT I SILVÜK tliia lorentioa combines vrith the ordinary cotton Sklritheadvaatageaoionr SILVjSBSkUlTi tho bot^ .. torn hoop« are the same a« those aaed ia tho SUitt file eótering of which cannot wear ofT, whUe --lll*4itfpeeLonea*re.eav_ered «dth co^ó. No lady hav-lac once 'Worà one ofotir isrito will be wUling to wear any other, aa the lower boopsofall otherkinda-ar* Mot! ituUred and aoiled. Thelieat materials are used in their construction, audi ftom thdr durability sad aéatnesa they are dea-(iaMioboeomea A FAVORITE SKIRT ! ItcnnflKtared- aole'ly by tbo ^iLvea éamt ianf Wza* MAHtryACTQIUVO CojfPAliX. ' aO & 32 B.MtCtAV SlSECT, I NEW YORK, - T. S.- Speery, Swp't. 4Sr, X-A-ÄIII'H ^ CEimATCD KNITTIMQ MACHINES »OR tÁtm At Jinerí'c»' M^AMwiÙlVttff JUlUt tíFiaátn Uil>oor>ea^f. 4>lt MU. W. S M12VIM. Acmt. Ali the Conkiaf? fot a f^imily may-Jia bc done witb Kerosene Od or (Ja«,with-5L,^ fi^ less trouble. and at less expcnae than K^ly aiiy other ftiel, ..«ir Kach iirlicle maaiifaclured by thls company is giiaro^tecd ta i)erior4ajill.tliatÌ8 cldmcdjforjL^^ _______ ____________^^Sci^fqr Cij^iir .gar V I>Ì J>BIUL DISCOUNT TO TUE TUA DE. K EROSENE LAMP HEATER CO., 206 PEAllL STREET, N. Y. Jnly 4.1865. JB. REMNOTON & SONS; MAÜFACTCUEBS REVOLVERA, RIFLES, Muskets and Carbine«, For fbp «.^b^ocNE CAS STOVES, -àrsoti be placed or retiuned on such reghf __ Miout-llie conoiyencc oXthree of the JiOllSjtJliiil^^'^^^^^ fte^r t-tfites shall bo placed on such «^css^itrshàllr^^ho-iKaisonulJiû^^ d^ree of such iuspeetors. have been zivtïalized, or sli 11 prove bis natumi-Wh^royideil in the ipt hereby arr.ended. izatunestion is, raised upon the natunil-Biitisfcerson. proof sha.l l>e made to the or otôi/.j;bè2Însp«x'tor8, by his own oath placedthat the jiersonHtiiinìiig' to^bo add tu the .said Ttst the name '<,if any person who would, on the said first Tuesday of Novenilier be entitled under the provisions of tho roust i tution and the laws of tliis ¡Stoíe toc.\erci.-<e the right of suffrage in their respective election districts. but in making such addition on Unit day, oron any prior day, they shall not piace oil th(i «lid list 'lie name of any iiersfai except iii'strict compliTuict! w^lr the provisions of Sectio« two and sectim four liereof, and the otim provisiotia of this act!" ' Statu of' New Yoak. j / * Office of the SecreUuy of Stati", f Î have compared,, tifo proœedinp: with the oripVal'law «jìì (lie ¡H'this offico, and do hereby teertifv that the same is a coruct transcfipt therefrcm mid of the whole of sal f original law, ---IMtAMOIS C. BARLOW Socritarv of itale LAWS Oí* ^ÍB^¥-Y0ßR—lìy^^Jitìioiiiì,: . (Every law, nnlc«s-»^liffcmit-.tiroo «hall be pré-Bcr.bed therein, «hall commence aj»d Çfto effect tbroufihoiit the^Sta'e. on Mid not before tno twentieth day after the day of Iti» fliial pàsS^gfïVT«." cirtihed-by thé Secretary of sute. Sec; 12, title chapter?, part 1. Uevlsed Statute»-! fKvery law «0 published in the State paper, may bo read in evidence from tbe puper in which it èhali bo contained, in all the couit» of JuhUch I« this §tate, am in all proceedings before any officer, body or boar«, iu. which It «hau bothonght necessary to rerer thereto. unÜi iöiTe BTöUtbs-altt^the-€lo»e. .el^Jhtr.j^^^ ÌùMksatr: AprilV,Ù, m\Û, TIm forcgoins riujol'ition Wils duly parsed, jiy oniflr of the Jjenate. ,ÍAá. ■nCllWlLLIGER, acrfc. CO:iCl.T»P.ANT lilOSOLUTION to print extra coptes of tlic /:fn)U!il Kcportof the i^ew. York Frisoir Á^ociiitionJ ' , ^ ^ ^. ... . fíc^ülctr! (if thö Scanatiíí' cohcwr:)' that there be printed ton extra cojiies of the Annual lie-port of t]iu New "iork Prison Asstieiation for each nieniher. officrs and reporter of tho legis-laturi», and one thousjind copies/or. the use_of the-AssociatioUjOt vvhicli tvvo but^redjUid fifty, shall be bound in cloth in the usual style, for foreigu c.Hchauges. iuul the remainder in paper covers. , . — . Sr-vTNorNiw YOUK, ^ IN .VisEMuiA'. JJn: The foríí^íihig r»!solu.tion wa.<j duly passed, IJy order of the As.-'emlilv; J. B. CUrfHMAN, C/crA. State or New York, ( I.VSK.S-ATB, /i^wary li/,18CG. I llie foregoing resolution war duly p.i)t<«lf By 01Ä òrthe Senate.^ — J AS TEUWIiiLiGtlR, Ckrh COXCUUUANT IIKSOLUBION Uirectitig the Superintendent Of thé, t'airik'l fo ^ocqfff tt new t'lag for the Cnpitoi. lifí^loed (if tiie S.'n.!ite,cancur>. 'llmt »"licw and suitable Hag for tho Capit<d be prm-ntoi by the Superintendeni thereof, at a C(.st not exceeding ihc sum of or»c hiuid^ eC uiVn ' fifty dollari;. SfX-yw ÔV NBW YOUK, i • In AHSÏÏM1U.Y, AprU Vdlh, IgGG. y The iVirciioing resolution'v/a.1 duly pas-scd. By order of the Asiicmbly. J. B. CtJSlI\lAN, .Ç/c/-ft. . ,r?r,'>ì'K OK NBW YOB'K, I isHvs.vtK, April'ZOthiSGG. \ 'thb fdrcg<iiug résolutioj^ w^ By order of the Ä'uati». ~ ¿ JAS. TEUWlIJdGKlt. - • ■ # ■ - . - ■■ tiU yob make th« appointments, yoo hev tFo hundred who expect to get em. The,Preiident agreed wlt'h.mB that until after the trip the gulloteen should *top. . 1; Keceretary Seward icjealoJ that 11 clcati aklrt wiuild improve njy personal appeurancc,' and ulUiordltigljr wua ¡»»tjo^thc^clgrks iiio ez rcfoosseil to contribute" llicir q'iiota, wuz inata^itly dismissed for dia-loyalty. 1 ; At last wc started aud I must BJty w» Yiua got up ill a highly conciliatory «tyle.' Every wtln of tha dviliana uv the party wore buazum pius, etsettery, wich wuz prcaenied to' em by the^Soutlrorti delegates to tho PbiladelpluaCoii-ventipn. wlel\.wOi5 miule tiv the bones uv Fed-end suluicrs wich bed fallen ut Various liattlca. Sum uv em were i»rtiklc/ly yalu,aJbio«zanteek8 heviii been miido fivm" Uio :bone8^uy the futt soljers wiio fell at Bull Run. . Tho N06 York recepshun wuz a gay affair.— I ^everBaw His Imiwrud HighneBS in better i<pirit8, aud bBdeUvered Ills i<j)ecch to better advantage thau 1 ever heard him do it before,and 1 believe I've beard it JV-hundrc<i times, We left Noo York Siidly. Even now ez I write the reniembranc« uv that perceshuja—tho recollection iiv that iKUjquot Ungenr around mer -wad^ the tiisto uv them wines is still in my mouth.—• But we bud to go, We heda mishn to perforin imd.we put'oursclve» on a »tcaiuborb ao^ atar* :tcd. ■ • . -v . - ■ ■ ' • Albany—iThere wua ati imiDCrtc« crowd, but the Czar nv all the Amcrikit?4idn't get off hia Sj^-cb here. The Oovenor welcomed'Jhi^ but ho welcomed him a^ the Chief Macistrato oV tbo nai;ibcn, juid happened fw «ffop In Linkun'« it\rije,, strwh a chill over'tho whola par-y a nd the President got out uv it aa soon aa Ì : J;AXlsn>w«, K. Y. Qen. Barlow: Pear Sitt-«Pieaso add my ttuMwi tho call for tb^ «¿»ItliA^!:'*-*^^ . Colohei Slociim'«) in the private, Fir^t Lieutcuant,; tenant and QuarlcmiMter rr^;»0Cliv«ly/: Eullsted the 2l«t day of April, IMl/; IfiduccnientCpocuniary) per aKWlk,,; no bounty, und tlie mmlmtim ratio.To Grèvent Cattle from Jumping Fences. —iClir' fullowiu .sititrni.tr nt^me, tyant_____ possible. Bein rcseorve«! cz Chief Magistrate and not C2 thojirciit pucifìcator, ain't thi» Eg-glency'rt "bvst holt, It wuz unkind uv Gov-efhor Feht«m tó do it., Ifhotsikea the papert he must know thiit bis Mightlncss nin't gol Utt one apeech cnd liii.oiigbt t/> bave mudo auch n reception ez woOd hev enablc*i hlra ty havo got it .t)ir. Wo Bboiik tbu dust off uv oiir fewt and left Albany iii disgusta gKKSixTAoV.—The peoplo of thia deticbtfql Utile villagtì 'wuz awsike when -tba imiteriaT train arriycd The changea htvlcn't been inadc iu tlid òffices bere apd'coKsiikenlly ther« wui a Bplendid rece|«HÌmii I dldn't Bupwtso there wus -^ many: jKitriotn ah)ng tbcr-Mohawk,--• ! wùz pinted out by iuin ci the Praililent pjijrata advisar—a aort uv private Secrc-tii^ iiv Sti»t«^and after the train «-tartt^ I found jedt21I petlsbuna Tot tbo Post Orfia in Skenaktedy in roy side p«>cket, wlcb the patriota PsraotKi» ■ ■ ■ (wïcï» (and clu^;>uii ia ia Pdatinwlw) tlM OWT- ^ivcn tu the rcgnUr» ìii ivmé ut pwiee. Chief indiiccmeut; fMlflr»tHC «f Uju (ïuvcruinenl^to aid ÜMI of the Kcbcliioti and its ¿avilé «ary, and the VâtaMfiiéiMlttlMi r^ III »ecunty in all the TTi^-fitatm I« uU onr people, irre«pectivé of^Wot «i iiatlaualìty. ' k W^hen tbcác are aecnrcd bnfiad donbt. I shall M, ém&tá |lui4 Hi litrugslo has net been In vnlm^bal MÍ der the present;; Í caYi see no prbspeçl ^ : H donc exccpt by a Congrñni i4Mi remain true to the oonnti^ glorious cause for whieh ' vt^ ~ 'Hie Prisident has belrsyc^ nsi furc we can look forno neenrllj that quarter. His sympathie« those people we ha*« bèéii to fiçht, both in front and f_ a deserter from onr . tante mni espoused the cause, of tlw. «MW» id now the privilege and ^ fie the people to try tilm by martial of the ballot bos, Md,it publicly réprimai^ him; «li m' has been dóno in TomioW^ and will be in New Yorl^ 1,— und Ohio an¿r'th« r««l -H -iNi States. wa.H made at a lato taoetuig oi the Anacificait Thstitute^ Club Ne^w-Ytìrk itàmiiîd\ëgîster"is-i^ ih'which itbcnam» a taw. - See^ Utlc chm^Kj)^ JAt -X '1 . ______1..-______. ___I.....■ «.til T.no?u rtf IKi.^. i.han. îiSliTlPliCKET AND BELT REVOLVERS, thé regiiertifiCsitc he; produces. When of each dj be compieteti, the inspcâ'ors thereof tdtt New York shall cause a «iopy in the ofBd by thé borean of eleciions police. CA chief clerk of Metropolitan in New YoiV of votes «ast at elections with his owi«rooklvn, shall, each sij^n numbers', frit name, and mark with each page of imbcr one consecutively, written; and t^ which such cimvasses is withm tweji.ty-WiBof e.ich <listrict shall, t.f the àime, in rtirs from tl«3 eomp<'lion by liw to be miiW> otlicr copies rc»iuired reao ofelt-ctions. Vtdacopy in the bu-of Metropolitan pfJ&ffice of thujcbief clerk eral districts of theVoll elerka itl tbe.scv-file in the bin-cau ort îîow York, Bliàll the cleiîî of MetropoW. »" ^^ office of four hours after the AUce. vvith n tweiity-their original fctllies, ftion of tho^vass. ia made.Up^ttlie vottf^ »vnvass the" election,- slgnpif \ and cdUnMi at name«, and indorêcd wifihfcir respective .election district and war^«^«^?; J*' J«« fail to refuse comply wicers who siali 7 »nïWlKîâ-aet;'sballAy : of 1, ItevUsed Statutes, and Laws of 1815. chap. 28(57} Í CHAP. 6ül. AN ACT to amend article first of title one of diaptcr four of part sec»)hd of the Revised ijUtutes, nnd other ftct.s of the Legislature relating to limited paTÍWerships Pas.'j.ed April 18.18GC The Pftjpfe of the Stale of New York, rfpraeiUed in Senate and Asteinfdy, do enact-ci! follows: Sectios 1. The thirrecnth section of article first uf title one. of_chapter four Of part.second of the Revised etatuti-s, shall lie aud ia hereby^ amendeil so as to reswl as follows § 13. Thij business of the |>artnersbip riiall be conducted under a firm itt which tho names of the general p.iriners only shall be inserte*! except that where there are two or more gener al partners the firm name may consis't of either One or moro of such general partners, with or withort tbo additiim of the words and com Co/land if tho name of any BiHiciai partaer ahull be ti^l in such firm with bis prik ilV, he fshaU be deemed a general partner; but'thcsaidpartnctsliip »hall put ujKm «»me c-onspicuous place oD the outside and in froiit oTthelmilding in which it ba>i-itfl chief phux! of business, some sign on which shall bc\ mirtted in legible Enilish character^; all tho To_proycijt éfx^rs from jumping fences,; cíilT^Íthelëyëtssircs^ der lids, with a pair of sciiisorH,jind the ability Ol" di«pó»iti0n to jump is cffect-tialiy. dvatroyed as StmipsoiiV piiwer waK by the loss- of his lucks. The aui-iTKihwHl notiiUeiupt a fence tiiitil tlm Late tÜl; N. Y. «ois. „ It ' ÎS said ^^ foolish (eftùW in erty »■■ long hev the post offia toghe, al- true of the Ai^Ék Uizlxavua tîio Fenpte, Oo«f«pi; tÎTÎCA.—Thé President spoke here with" ^cht^ônly PTttls tÓT greater warmth and jerked more original.ity ® Jtrrisi^ ' - ^ - ' • He iiitrdbost hero theBread;a»d'B4tter. A Hoffman BatíM^ 'l^ew DRY GO JOS fast arrived LOCKHART ft lliflefcííiiattínn ßirrela, & Omt Material». geSnertt. _________________. , ly. gold by ûua Deiaera and^bo Trade throughout < ^ p^yj^^jpt j^p jj^^yjlt thereby 41 theeoantry. ^ _ ^ ..' inapoctoii, of registry atid^c»' o®««''« I itiM c^jewjiort bolduershlp, and in default thereof no action shall that thin offence shall be punished as we ufo informed by SuniuelyThorue, the great breeder of Duchess County, who assurctT us that lié h'ad tested it opon apaii:of very brè'eçhy oxtMi. As it was of great value to him, liu tiopcs it will be tried by others " The Supremo Cuurt of Po.»usylv.tnla; ö^ioh at Uarrislmrjr, de cidefì in the case 'ôTlIîîiTiî^ Lt'hîgh connly, that a wotnau can be indicted iis a common sculd.—JudgC W^^^odward, in dídivéring the opiijiou oftho Court, said: . 2 . ^ "As to t)ni unréaispnabh'nes« of hold ing women liable to punishmoiit f»)r a too fico use of their tongues, it i« vn«»"gh to say that (lie comtñon Itw whici^. is tho express wisdom of ages, udjuííg-, od that it is not nuioasoimble,' the Legislature have not changed the common law in this tegard^.but oh the thíú\ I bed before obejervcd. the remark that he didti't como to >ua1(e » specch.^hat he was golne to shod It tear over the torob tiv Douglaa. tliat in »winging anmnd ... . Wiiw tlH^elrtM»eJj«LfL)u«ht traitors on all aides H^W m ?»ew XO^ W W^i ¥v ii; bMltiairlietiiU «d'C-îîô=Tdiôod=i«i»» Job»^ the Cowrtooahnn in their iMnda, and * .1 r ■ ■ ■ n »rftsir in 1 marter wHz wanted ho wua teddy to die with «»«7 ** necton and plapatch. EoME.--Hcre he hod a spleodki neoepiAnA and I never heard hia maleity speck more felicitoualjf. He menshuned to the audamoa that ho hed 8«iing aroimd the Sonthern side nv tltó çÂrklo'and wax now swlhfiof around this #ortheriii»ide uv it, nnd that he #n» flprht-ín-t«ator8 oanU ,«i^cs He left iho Conatioo. from Vermont—I» M that Statft to TSfw Taitf i he wicht ?olf ^ An<}U^ el tlNi^^ GallághW» whof i •i^ie^KîÉiMWI. H: trÎT—«f^ «bunJnihfiLrJÑand» aaà Ind nîï^'fi^ .t - - - -.-r™,, received at .IW7|«iUa»mns-Ji* the Jh^tm^ " them.* o.i^i'imt^j. eopperhe^pM^, and ümc« sholüd have^^jöt,-:,^^ .BEMIHSTOH'S AEVÔLVEBS. rircuUrs cuntainiu'eD& and deacri^oa of oör Atibo wm De füraiabeäapooiwhcation, 1, E, BKMÍNOTíiS i SOXS. Uloa. H. Y. Moo*ís k'McSolsi iReot«. mu. îl. ' .ìà«« ali el©c-' W>abatè<IOT dismissed by reason of the proof fíiiling to meet "WvWTí^pt^í^ »hl^ii^^iinn« .vi hkt «»inline as to' the Oamts The register made underlhfe t^oiiKf tbfe act,and the act of which it id f dalory, »S be the register used at all gea tonutci^i charter or apecUl «ItctioQf, ig the ^or I itiuoeeediiig tbo making tííereq th»Rlleg:Uionfi of bh plcadlna as to the oamw %dtiamber of tiré partnership r IrtiHnfr^pl«^«* ii^ may bp ömcnded .on the trial to conform to ÜÄ proof ir» jûïat respect without o-wt, -à 2. 'I hlä act ebîUl apply tó existiäg limited ÏMij^erships, bö« ehall not ««ícharg* any fpe. herctuforo,'* _ 4Vhen-«aaaia!Yik_lcuo\vh, in the. Jus" toryoftho worlds that-aftert a groat battlo tho defeated party was allowed to dictate the ^orros 0/peace. the post office, wich I took c« a'bad 0M«a for thé coroin election. , .. : LûciuoaT.—The Píiesident ia improvla woa-^ derfully. as ris^ .^Uh the oecadon.' At Uilapint h« mentioned that he.wfw. lot «a savin the C(>un try wich bed honò.-«d ' 1dm. for hhnsitf hirf ambishim wni more than a ficd. He hed bin AldénMa, mesih* jrr. around the etitire crrde «v oflkwf, aa4 all I» wanted now wna to heal the woqnA nrjkß T^aw» nAshen. He felt aafe ia leavlw th« Äh Oes» ttr^ atitttshnn in their hàftda -lá1»«waa$aE0«4 gggi W A?ib!i?int I J XÄtK that he hed swinsg at«Mfad the «îrkl» Waipt » this town,, and «sjtìwilW en Ürn'-fßßlm.ym J"» itmightïpîlebjrtoomuchyo«». on At Cleavland w®_ ^on to late fco» -kvstrr. -Hetei* the posttTvwhfcaiJhajlavaiw, Alvlitionisra is chaincd, and hia chain Is Mnt aoough to lcfclt tang« over nwrlf ths w^ Stata. I am paietd to ct^t« that th« tmUm iím AI4w*«B1 ^ . UT;.,. ;

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Publication: Angelica Reporter

Location: Angelica, New York

Issue Date: September 26, 1866

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