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   Angelica Reporter (Newspaper) - October 10, 1866, Angelica, New York                                 MM  «fiuaifriyM  Sditomand  vanii«!-«'! ra» VBAf«.,!» AOVARCie.  \ flomi^teto MwiiteMiit ofptata* " tptw«». tÊÊé i>f«|ir^ .  VOL. XXX; m ja  AÏTGÏÎïiïpÂ, if/1,, WEDÄDi^^ OCTdfOi 1866.  FIK E (N^URANCE  r A&gélidá, N. T. , jNkm Aliiìèrtcaii Intanine« Co»  mltísfij.  Ktir Tvk atj. / éAJUi-Miit»:-- ■•'»Î,  ^ ? . M.'titidVI», Agent. /  JTi-t^r^lí^iMarea mfí^riklií^l In net  ............. 'í?íl8tf  Aag«li«»,JHtjr3.l8««.  IfnauMhce ^^ehctf /  THK LARaRgt tif %R8tEllM YOMC.  IjiepireMtttlnff «Ter j>p€i.QOO  ' ' • ' ; > f" ^ , •;'! -li < i iUMITM.  ^tna, iinrrford......... ♦4,067.456,80  Home, New York,. »,6«S»674.U ins. Co., N. Amer. Phil.,.. I,73l,u00,00 PtioBnix, New Y»»rk,..... 1,665,192.72 Stfcuritv, New Yurk,.,. . 1,682,860,24 lUrlfunl, Httrtford,'i..... 1,588,163,62 Lornllani, New Yoik,.... 1,402,681.13 Homp, New Havon.i. i.. 1,000,000,00 International, N -t;,... .-.1,000,000,00 Phoenix, Hartford,.. 4. 957.000,00 "Arclic; NeTv Ifork. 4. / / / *; "1if5;000;00  Metropolitun, N! Y.........612,871,78  Putnam, Hartford,....... 644,455,67  N. Aitter'cn i Hartford;.,.. 500,000,00 fonkera it N. York, N. t. dOO.OdO.OO Olty Fire, Hartford,440,651,72 Travc»1t*r8' Hartford—AcCi-  duntal..............v. 600,000,00  New York Life;. i.......5,000,000 00  Ammtv AtveotmiLOit  AT.X.A.W, . - . . .f ' An««lle«, Ailcganr C'omntr* N.Y.  . Oflk<~Fltrt tVwr KMt'of ltapUrtChurah.  9 AM B Oil TON,  FASHIONABLE'BAJIBEH  ......ASb,'/ ■ ., "  HAIR-DRESSER.  fMi tum ^Mot pp^tr pßet, AngcUcK  J. E Egsleston.  Watch Mkktr and Jeweler, atid dealer ___ iaäll kindt of Cintkfl. WatoheB, and Jewelry Rflfiairiaie döae od ■bort notice »od re»-Mitkblet^fiM,  ' Anff«lfca. <reb. 15. laß«. ISSItf  ; - Total.,..  'PattlVi d«iitflo|('REtil4Bt/K^ în^UTanoél át ^îiltahle taie«í,irÍU Arid {tf^Hlit'Ir adiaitta^e to Apply at thii Aireñey l'ñfpre Inaurln^^ or renewing iheir poUeIca ele«f>b«'r«4  C'lláííB, tfdYE ft tOlJNG, Agt'f.  C. H. f 0U50, O. CoTB, - . ». M, Ctuyw,  1 D. XAHDSYlUEftSOKS. OSNERAL IN3URÁNCB AftÉNOT.  WÈ, Míi anh^ÁtídmmTAL, .  ........ Í26,000,000.  Dr-ü.PCáj?ér.  __©ÇNtiST  . Smiaì ftiam •Tw.tfiTaioNof S. M. B«np«tt ACo. . ta Salin iMtfr BtooV'Ang«U«ft- 49* I b«Ye no  1343:tf  - PENSIONS,  BODNTlESf and Bae^ Pay, procorcd b; tbt aubfleriber. ^ j .  ». LWtit, tííálte Äjieöl. ' l»H«l!caiH>Y.,1864. : Hültf  DK. H. B. <HIK!PÓÍfc  A»Mts Of er.. j «. í . i  ■ ' V ' • : A»—të ' ài Vpmprnnu* I' .  Itoiit« Ì4ni ittüHbem Cd.. V.T.'... ¡7.. : .1|»,8M.<C414 MeiropoUUa ......... 1,644.14«4à  In«.Co.ofK. America, Pa..,............ 1.731.«i0Ò00  TflMTus Tire ta» Co.i S. t...v l.'.tu.nno 00  Manhattan . •• .............1,078.414 40  (^«iTaaala •• ' ............. 718,659 33  C<.«ÎΫnto •• i....,....... 1,632,887 00  AtcÜS •• - .............. 614.10118  Int«maUonal ,« ...i......i...l¿84«,Bl843  M&rküt " ............. -.S9«,43ltH>  Miilawl B«n. Lifelns. Co . N. í.......... M84.tt39 00  Equitable Life Inmnuie« Co........... 1,649,486 Od  New York'Accidental.................... 390,000 00  Total As»», i|29,659,19S 67. 49*InBuranea paompUy effected by mail or otherwise in any of the above compsniee on all kind« of •^^Th« prompt adjuttmtnt of Lohm • tp«J  JflTAIl comcaunications prdiQptly attended to.  OFFICE IN THE TOWS HALL. UNIOS STREET, OLEAN.N. Y......  f. p. 3IAMI>KTn.IJI.  BUSINESS  And Tektffraph Ina^it^ V  Thia le the mont f,rac(iettt and thimmgh Coniineret«! College in the State*. Itoasbeen cKtabliähed' twelr« year«, and ha« eecured an unjntñilteled reputation for pJCictifcal and4ho!»u(íH-inítétícíraü.- --------- -----------  ' pa'  Frltndship. S.% ;  P. M. FISH,  BI^OBCSM-IT»,  «jeritfof Malnand'OIein Atvet. oppo ait* fiiihlwira Hotel, where ull kirids •r BlaekdlMUhing will 1m don^ on the ^ff •borteat adtioe, tftid olo^t feiisbnable terun«— and Ilorw ^d' Ox SVoelng in a fsi|Krior  ...... .;y.  ^ AliSO, Manafftcfnrer;. of Garrlag«, Bug-glea. Wagon«. Ac.; and. Repairing 'd^e on abort nottce->-one door.aodtti «f the Black flBith Shop, on 01 aa street.  Aagelica. Y.  Kw lyar oòftDs  at A.  jn« artlired  LÖCKI1ART &  THE SUV E Hi KI RI!  ^Hore Durable,  More Elastic  More GHWeftilf  iLnd will Scoep it» Hliapo anö retain Its Placo 1>ettor tKan  We can aifely aay, that no ir«Ùlution In t»« irwfW has produced more flni^cIiU« penmen than theuuf-_^oCaUoKe.'■ . i  Iflldk-KËBriiffél.  Br^Taricty of Single and Doable Entry la taoRht,  Arpni the must simple to the most compUcaved. The School i» eradèd I conàiiftiiïg of Primary. TheoMttcal and Practical Departmenta. The Practical dcpirt--mentia tbe moat purfc^ ayiUsm to. h* fmnd In thé world; ... : . ... ' ,  MATHEMATICS. -  Thorough instruction is given in Commercial Ari^hxi matio and the higher miithcraatics, when desired. I  Pupils bccpmo/f^nlliart^th Olo La^f Partriet»^ hhipi"A8ency,"Coutt^B, CommetcIalTapcr, te., i;c. ,  TELGGRAPIIING. 7: '  Thia department is Attednpln the moste^mpie t atylsjand lata every.raMpeet equal, ifnotauMrior ,t •liyintfhuto 19 fôe Uci^ Stat¿N. : !  SGIlOLÁRSIliPl^  Scholarship Isaued in thla College will be good for, anylenitth of time in Forty-eight Cotlegeii^ compris^ ing the Chain. - F<iif further iiiforinntion address ' c  D»VA.NT4!8TBATT0N, Buffalo, Y. APriWUfei. ^y: .. , ^ ,.. . „. :  Tblniiew an) beautiful atyle of Skirt (Patent-«d Mareh 7, ^1860 ) was awnrdi-tl liy the Great AoMricaa laatituta Fair. held m New York, <»cto-' ber, IMI:*  SIL. VERM COAL!  "27iw ^^hetl " pfemiÙnTfiY^^^  HoopSkirl. . J,  Th* Bti«l Spring« sr« wonnd wUli.a (Ina plated wire (in place of a cotton cc verini) which priU not ■Wt«r ttff "T »^■•"TT «ni»»», »nA tgu> whnle- SL-irt  Miajr be waabcd without injury 'ór fear of nsting, E^fwHIbe  a« good as «éw.  THE COMBINATION SILVER ' SKIRT !  Th'i« torention comblneawltb-tboordlaafy cotton «kirt tha adtaoUgea of our SILVER SHIRT the b«t-4omlio(^are tko^wpieasthose nsod In the Silver *kin, the€<^V«risff'1pf which cannot wear off. while Ik* app4^oae«a>« covered with cotton. No lady hav-«aeil-'Wora one of our skirts will be willing to • w«ar aay oMiiar.«« the lower hoops of all other kinds  ^^icO^tlJafed and «oiled. ---------------  Th«ti«at material« are nsed in tnelr construction^ aad, from their duribllity and neatsm tbey m dea-«toed to become a v'-i t., .v  AfAVORiTEmiiTI  Kannlftetared' «Mely by the SiLTza Suar Akd oroui MamrracTcaiKa Coupast.  ^) n ; I k 32 Barciat RruErr,  IcaaST. IIM:ly»..  NEW YOR^. T. S. S^rrr j Sup't.  Am InvenUnn  •r Bnr« HIeritt  Btwa's ra»«at  METAL TOP  ». B. MAia>tyn.uc.  w. B. ukvprnrxuMi  Hope ÙÙ-  li'i''--'-  Wliea aortow'8 •t4:>rnia aboré you lowte,  And 'yjj aféma fled forevor,-v ' Your WAtcl]|W0*d, la ttot ddrkwme hour, . Should hop«) veri  The darkent cloud will pnw away^ 1 . Thttvwildvitt tomp^Ht pciiae;' ' • " Thè hèart,. whurc sorrtw long lield sway. . 8h4ll be the abode 6f pcm.  ■ Hope on—hope ever t life la not ,  4k focene alone of tears; •  ' For many li bHgtat'andftiinnjr ipot»' • Along our path Appears, -..i  etesfi"?: rl'hat^fiow for earthly dorrow; A^d tbongh the pri-««nt dark appears^ Look for a bright tomorrow.  : . , Campidgn 8ong;~' -  ' ièéèóit AfTBI auk:^ Altt-^*' "ITAmi /o^n^Obm» Marking Horn," Ai Ffcttton Rnctj;tnArching through the State.  «urWhVhtirrnhJ the Vtih/H pufiy grows elate, i;. Hütm¿.:tíitfi..bi --:_ -- -... „ - -fTtieir^jnubibem ffitcíl}, they gather strongs'/ And gatheVing to^ííthor slníf the soug, r Wcare'suw towiri^titff Ponton lit;the hclra, Wo are atre, to Vríi> .with F^ton at the heim.  The RehelUght ¡8 growing df«i . ^  ,'.Hurmh„ hurnihI , And HotTinnin'il chance b vci-)^ slítií;  Htftnib 1 .hurrah ! ,  His " record" dark, luul C'C^fy Ififif, Do« not flgrec with fh« " BoJ « iti Hit»J.'J They wjll,not trust hiiii.liiit Fviiton tit tìi»helitt^ They wjll not trust him,but Ftintou at the helm-.  " ily policy" «8 now Ret forth. : Ht>rn,h ! hmfiW L Will never scrvtí the hiyal Núrtit.  •Hurrah, hurrah! ---------  We want no unrepcntmt liAnd With ttt¿uon i>t;iiiiL><l, to rulé our land, • Out Unioni men: like Kenton nt the helm, But Union men lilie Fe)Uon at the helm«  Our^Gongresfl it sluvll IcsuHtafned, Hurrah, hurndi I  The j)eop|e!ij-4:iglita they Imve m:iintain8dr~......  Hurrah,,hurrah ! And tell-who'wish shall be retiimed To wííar the honor's they have earned,-And to4iid tiR'jH, we'll have Feri ton atthe helm And to aid tlic^i, we'll Have Feiiton at the hclitt  yeroiottt t*as first to rticrtfr our gufn,  -Hurrah,-hurnili 1 And louder ciaine tho shout from Maine,  . Hurmh, hütfñh ! " . But grander far will be the noté; " 'Ibat heralds the great Empire .vote, ■ i''or7rtctoryniiron-mth Fenton^aHhe^helin, " FMjyléíory won With Fenton at the helm.  fit^ rfjJortiwt'rtaed' by yourself; wbdji  ^ott said; Ttóoit the'^or^  enimcnt is tlid hi^h^àt. cririie. that can be comihìttiéd; 'aiiU Ihosó prtj^agcd in it should ^uflftJr-iiiL its pénaltie^j"' Wnd «lien toun^'étàfèil thii frcasoti ratrat be made odio^'s^'tliat.ttaifórs ruaat btf punished ttnd fmpov^risliiid."  Yob fay " tliey.wiisvnot Ìt^ j^iÀiiilhcd bdt tliiMf «òclarj'dxie'r ihtfst be destroyed." "If not the/, maintain m ascen-d('riciy,ììttd mayigalniieéòmij lamieroif« epoijifh foi'-treiiaoi tobctome rjt;s|Xiet&'  Yon go further, Wrf say tliat "aftér akin^f tVeason odious, every tTnion iin fehould.bè remifheytttèrf out of the poAets" oYlHoife »hfi hate in'Scted fhiiT great suffering on' tlie Country.'^  Agaiii you say " I hold it a solenfii Obligation in every one of these Stateij wheie the itfibel itrmies liat^ been beaten back or expelled, I caro nut bow eniall ttìd' numbor of Utiio;! men, if enough to man the Ship o('Stale, 1 hold it to bp a high duty lo. profeck iu.d secure to therti a rcpublicati form of gov-crhmetrt "nntittìroy-ffgjiin|faiti slrehgith They mtist liot be smolbéted by inch-  ^y» ^ ; _ '.I Ihii. s f 'w  Ili calling a tJorii'entidn to restore Slates, yon ask, .",\Vlio «liall restore it 7 shall the niairwho i^ai'o Ihs iiiflu-e'nce;un(l his means to dc8ti-oy the Gov-ernment?" . Is he to jj.irtliiipiite in the great workorveorpiitiiziiig the'Govorn-rnent who brou;,'^ht'thÌ8 nii«er^ «n the State? If this be so, tbeu you say in tritth that all fhe precious blood of our briJte suhliers and officers will have been lost, arid all our battle-fielda wilt have b^n made/memorable in v<iin,  You ask, " Why all thiO; carnai ?" U was that trengffn might be put a()wn and traitors punished. Therefore .yon say^ " that traitors should take a back sent in the tVork of restoration.?  You say, " The traitor hns dcaacd to be a citizen, and in forming ' the rebef-lion beeaine a public eiiffmyr ;  Yoli fui thcr say " be forfeited his right to vote with lo3-al men whelx he renounced his citizenship and soifght to destroy* the Government."  You say, ' tliese i-ebel leaderii. mtitìt feel the power of Gofernniértt ¡¡'treason mùat h e m!ide-adioiis.Jì nd^itaitàrs-inust  BOIINGTÒN & SONS.  MAlTFACn'REItS  REVOIiVERÍ Ripps,  Muskets and C^rbiiics,  For tiie United States {•ervifo. A!ho.  PQGKET AND BELT REVOIVERS,  ItoiMiatlufir X*|i9tolei« i 'i  mnM: CAif/CS, KBrOf.YtyG RlFLh Riñe At Shot <|}nQ Barrels, k, Gun Materials, genfrral' ly. Sold by Gun Dealer« and the Trade throughoui thaconntry, <  In tbefe aayi of Home Breákiiíg and Bobbenr every Honse, Store. Bant, ^drOffl^, shonld haye one  BKHIllOTCm'S REVO^^  flifculan eoiitainlnf^ ctita and dencrlptloii'of onr Arma wiU He ftirnlahed t pan appUcatioii;. '  xntEMisoTOM fc sotes, immr*^  mar. Sl.^  Mocas, & NfCHOM, Agent«,n , ^  ' 2Vö 40 Coùrttand SL, a|w. r«»r*r.  KÍERbáENE CAS STcivES.  POTS, OIUCAÑS, átc;, &C.  sy,  Ail the.Cookíng for a fa;tnily mny-Ç»  done with Kerosene 0»l or «aivwith-e» rj^ less trouble, and at lea» expense than ^ fJIT l»y any other f«el, li ^ JE»  Each article manufactured by thlA Company is Saaranteed to perfonU all that is claimed for  ■■ .iBi*SeodforCirca]flT[|'.^,  LIBERAL DISCOUNT p THE jrRARE;  KEROSENE LAMP HEATER CO., 206 PlfiARi. STREtT, N. Y. ,  JWIr«.'l«65. -----------------r-------  WKJt»»»  Tmtlc!  OYáTEPSUa  DR. imUCII.A.VD'S 1!0N|C la a oonoeatiaM ptwyacatkMiirf ana berlML fm  Reconstmction-  I.C1TER-J«0M P^TRft mOEEIL TO PRffftîOEyT > . , JoHNSOy.  Ankrew Joun8o;s%President of the United Stalosj.  My 1)ear Sir :—It has l>een 'Willi heartfelt sorrow that I have witnéiased the conflict of npiiiion that har^ unfortu-bëtwfien yourself and the Oongi-ess of the United States, in ■delation to matters belièved to be vitai to tUe'vyclfajo of cur common country.  -Su<^h diffj^icnct'^of <ipi es'tiy eiifertuitu'd (âiûl, 8(>uk'tii«e8 violently coiiteiùÎi'il for), show the reuBon why charity is the greatest-of all virtues/becao««^ the exercise of charity is sp^onstantly veqnired to cMiable us to bear with the wi-uknessps and imperfections of each other. ■ There is, I believe, no better wa\' to reconcile diffi rencoB of opinion; than to get a full-Dirderstandiiig of the cause but oT vvImcIi ■ bticfi * rVilsunderstandinirs originate.  To do this effectually, it is necessary to begin by udmitting the fact that, all ffect6,, phj-siCiflf moral and political, are thé resiiltiRif causes ttiaf are e to thjair produclion.'  A litlie rellectiun oh the almost almighty poiver thjit tUe,^ circumstances jf birth, education, climate and country have exerted to forin ^nd fii eiToneons opinions, that often lead man, like Paiil <'f old, to i;elieve that they are doing God service whcii they are^^iattling menv women aiid children to prison atfd to death—reflection ¡»n; these facta will show how very wisjB it is for those who have neveiv.made a mis^jce io séiici the first stone at those who li|onestly enter tain opinior s different-from their own.  It has always been to me a source of sorrow and regret to hear of men in Congresif, or in auy OtH^ dêpartînênt of Government, wbo deatro3( their in fluence for good by calling e ch other bard names, which never better the wiitliiion ofibemH'lvca - of-t1iei cotiii-  ^y- ,-7  I am sure if Mr. Sumner could have beeo boriï of your parent«, and subjec ted to ull the circumstances and condi-tion§ that have fallen to youi- lot tltfongb-life,^b<i would then have been the man that would: have declared^lïê mapy patriotic, truths that have been Çroc^imrd by yourself.  And if you could Imve been born and subjected to all the conditions that have made Mr. Stimner wbatheis,you woiild theM have been exerting, as he has done,..aU the p<o!®rii:^_AJiLighly:jmji^ to ubolish Slavery in a|l its lofnis from t'lei'fCC^^^bo earth, as one'of the most e>rrnpting evils that, ever brought ^ fttm desolation, aè the scourge of God, to tctch US to do to others as we would that others iihotild do unto us ; yon would tlieW hVe been, like Sum-*t»»éîi»if .-Jttiiat - .»aid-2.60(1  yëura •¡pa'^thd .wka^v& day mokek manM taken half ^ uiorth aicay. . int.wm popiible^ see onrselveii ai other«^«^ n«, jt wmlkt iospite as with  «WfP*«« J  into  be punished and impoverisbed."  Yoii have said^''^ ttoiis mii.st be eei^d and divided sitíáU farmé, ánd sold to lioneat, indtfs--trions incn." í;; . i r; You Uien add, ;"the dáy for protec-  tin^r fbtTlands innt ITè^Tcâ' of 'tllUqe  uiithor.s oT rebvinOn is pust," ?  You say, yon "hnvfj' beéh paih«;d by soiné ^liiiigs tlidt coinè Under yoìir obaervìif ion." ^«.»u siiy, ''we ^«it inen in commaiul wlio, under the inflnerice of fluìtery, iawuiiig find càv' ressing, grant protection lo ricii trai-, tor.-i, whiie' thV |xoor Union jntn stand biit in the colli."  Yon addi "Iraitors can got lucrative  ed aéide;" T tii'hiígc íhtí Ivi^ ajpractice Wil j íio longei-ill any brancíi of the Government  In rftlatlqn lb the recoiístriiclión of the government, you have wisely aaid. "We must not be too innch bf a hurry." You add, "It is belter to let them reconstruct themselves t^n to fííríjé them to it." ; '  III conformity with your own wise iTcVmmieiidátíóil,^^ of Con  gress have devisc'd and adopted an Amendment to the Cohstitütióii, that reiidi!r.s conveniently practicable f«ir the itebel States to reconstruct them-k'lveS, ánd como again "into the possession of those rights which they have forferted by iebidlion—a rebellion tliSt has cost the lives and limbs of untold thousands^ ami' thousánlli^ ' of millionis ()f .debts .lliitt ieWaina yet to be wrung froiifthe toiling labor of bur people,  The Rebel State« will certaiftly accept and _adoptUie amertdment, that render^j reconstrCíctiófn Tg(jr--f¡tVfM»le an(ifc'oiiyenient,J)eloreJthe asseiilbliiig of another Congress, tiiiless they art; encouraged to delay, in the hope , that those who were i half traitors; during the Wii! will comp to .their relief and reinstate thÉírh ;ih (jowef, thej'  Woulii  ïé ottir imtíón j«ilÄt livill^IMMft^  erlvJtiñg 1ñf«my if Wë^t tô a^fttUinewinrè of justice «í^ifiúf titolbrt" nate race of men, who j^eW o'rjgiimH hunted Ärt^n Jn tbeìr-ówn «oó^ti",  ....... .......^------—^  ant^K!Rrried otlT «lid «otd like beasts into'an abjeâf nUvery, with »11 tb^r po»t«»rîty.. . V . .1 ,, This enidaved^ face bue the »troAg-est |»t)8aibIo cbtimiiior kindness, as weti the, banda of tbe people of flie' South:' Those niiforiunate slaves done a great portion of the labor that had fed and clothed the whites and blacks of the Southern ebuntry.  As true nj» the laborer is worthy of  lâlA ka*.« . MU» S A-' 4^ A '__- <.. _  ^iJliro,- BoifuVIftjt^tltBt wr, ai^^ a na^ protect witKeur 'itvea, if neee  tion,< cannot withhold justice and equal rights from a race of men that has fought.and bled , and labored to défend and protcct the Union of States in tbe bortr olt oUr nation'« greatest extremity.  The enemitw of Qiir country and OoV^ ernine^ are now trying to'^•I'stfadffthte conimónity iq , bi}|iv^tf. th it a waft of races would reanttfrom giving the btack man the ean«f nfeusnro of jwatice and rigli;t whîcli (ÎroL^Tiité Aiên claim for thenisvlVf-s. .T|ua wiU.be found to bo a gioiindless fear.. «Our national danger will always ¡result /rcmr.mi6(ioay and partial :laws. ' Wo cannot make laws which will ; oppress and keep in ignorance the poor, withont biinging oti onrselves and oori Countt y: the just judgment of God, who wiU rewartt us as a nation .according to our Woi'ks.  -1 indulge the liopo that you will aee, before it is entirely to late,, the terrible danger of ttiking coum^el with Northern men in sympathy with the rebels who fought the Government with all the energy of desperfttion to accomplish the dfstfuctiou oì'òur government, instead of taking conncil with those friends who elected ; yoii— friends who have been .aad Mç miÀ^ùfei .can possibly be io seciin; the adoption ofeyery measure culcu^ted to promote the substantial ' welfare of ull parts of our common country. '  With my best- wishes for yourself and pro.sperity and happinesB of the nation, I remain truly,yours,  PETÈR COOPER.  ^e Pittsbargh Convention. ' - ■  sary. those bravo men who remain true to ua «hen alt ardnnd art falae and faithlest. [Applause.].  J^tolveâ, Thai, in . nmrganiüinr the kÀNiiot to Jlw l^^tetr; oleera imd woWKeredenMimUthatfahW^^ ana efflcieni «erfice in tbe fiem oitght ever to hare place in the Anny.Md JN^av/ of tho Union.  iTlib larges! Convention ever atsem bled in tbc -tJiiitcd States, convened at Pitiöbiifgli last week. It is estimated th.^t about 25,000 Soldiers and .Sailors c^ the IJniohi were present as Delegates.  JHegcivei, l>at South, without diatlActioft of taee color,-are entltied to the fratitndtfof erer^ lujmr abldjer and eailor #lio serv^ Ma country iii tbe  Rebftlion, an^ tbaf iA. Iheif j^tee^ daifk honra of trial, wfleiTtliV^flire pei^ secuted by tbonaands. iolel j liMtaee the^ are'now and havt been tme to tlieir Qotrerhmen'., we will, not prove .recreant to our obligaUoni, but will stand  saUaellMlitJ  mm ■  •«I . . ,, ■ ■ . tk* eqijlpiiilwliûBef lit si MMat «IwtsM  Beeeher te Beeoher.  nmr or kdward »SKcifE» to Irejbhf  BEKCálB.  Rev: Edward Beeeher, B.t),^ of Galea-birgK/ haa/a^drüMeda letter through tho Chicago 'Mlmne, to hie brother/ Ret. tíenry Ward Beccíier,- in reply to- the efelfcbfatci! letter of the latter tipbn the ^i^tiw of reconstruction. líe cliárgea that (hat letter implica thia filáe aaenmj^rñn,  that there are some who ace not In favor of speedily restoiNnif tibe aeeede^ tt^ea. It is an argument against auch." Âfteii critically reviewing he àayé :  Do not deceive yoitraelf by the as-suroption that the peenliirfty of. your pesitjun is that you are in favor of tlie  states, and that herein yon agree with Johnton and differ with the KepubU* can party. This assninption is no* founded. The Republicans arc as nueh in favor of the immediate rcstoratibii of the Boceded states as vou, or as Johnson. The point of difference is ihis ; Johnson insists on admitting aristocrat» it despotism organised by leaders ef tlïëT«i)ëîlîon7 clothed" Wtth^pcculfar and extraordinary power, and subjecting  . e to get paymen re-enslttt^e iheir negroes by legit^lation, which they fairly forfeited by rebellion.  Afterliaving read the many patriotic sayings and denunciations that you  Uebellion, I was led to believe that you would be about, thii last man that would not offer a full security fot the future, even if yoii wight be per»iwded by myself and othui «^ to waivo all iii-deranity for the past. -7-1—grieved—and, disappointed, while sho'.ving my reppccts to. ybu as President of the United States, to find myself listning to what ,appeared to me an unjust and unmerited; censure of the measures which a largos, majority of the people's representatives belie%'ed to be right, and the mildest mea^sure^ for reconstruciioiiTthat cbüldTTtö adopts ed with any chaqce. pf establishing" justice, or of promoting . the general welfare." ' .  I with thousands of others, who labor t> aid the Govermient in putting down the Bbb^llibii, would have rejoic-  the reports irf tho^ ofint inued j^r«^ tion of Union- men ■thiroughout the South to be gToundless andiaiae..  '"^le whole Rep®  have rej'jiced if Congress could have fimnd it safe* to admit the members  'räning aM evif'for evil. ® Opvernment.  ise me to dentniiHieLthe maibrity in Con  I charity jnd.tftech nato overcome ih^pi* ompla«« wiiK  dèntdf the ConVcntTón, _ anil many of tiie'f/ames most distinguished in the war were also téptésüntéd. It was a grand outpouring ofthe Ratik and File of the Union Army, to declare its senti-merita tombing thè issues of the hour. Tlie following are the resolutions adop ted by the eUiphatio aya of three rous-in'g-'cItetfí'íT^^-"'^""^ --^-T^-r  By the Sofdiers and Sailors of the army ani Navy of the United States, in Convénübn assembled, be it  liesolvedi That tfie atftro» ol the pres^ ent Congress-'in passing the pending Constitiitiijnal Amendment is wise, prudent and just. It clearly defmes Átíicr-icaii citizenship, and gUafin£ees all bis rights to every citizen. It places on a just and equal basis^ the right of representation, making tho vote of a nian in one State equally potent with the vote of another man in any State. . It righteously excludes from places of honpr and trlift the chief conapir itors, guiltiest Rebels, whoso perjured crimes bave diendhc-d tho laiid in fraternal blood. It puts into the very friàme of Olir Government the inviolability of the National Debt, and the nullity forever of all obligations Contracted in support'of the Riibellion. [Applause.]  That it is unfortunate for the ci>nntry that these propositions have not been received in tbo.spirit of conciliation, clemency and fi aternal feeliiig in which they were offered, as they are the mildest terms ever granted to the subdued Rebels. [Applause.  jKswrfij^, That the President as an tive-«;  cy as against tho Legislative Depart meiit of the Government^[applause] ^^that his attempt to fasten lis scheme of reconstruction uptni the country was dangerotiH as jt is qiiwise j Jii_8,jic^Jn iustauimg if, the restor  ation of peace, and- unity ; the^^ hate conrerH'd c<mquered llebelU ióio impudent claimants to rights which they bave fiirfeited and places which they liaye desecrated, if consummated it woul.d render the sacrifices of the nation ri8eíe8,_tliej^ of tiie litres of our buried comrades, vñin, and tho war-in which we have so gloriously triumphed what bis present frluWds Ut Chicago in 1864 declared to be a failure. [Applause.]  ■ Jtesotwi, That the right of the eont  any «Aacikw ¿If thv<lMloa et I *Qt Stat wHnlifaat «1 «n tliilif^iiitL IbeNlBttt*tliri<l*Ck**w. thaiisinHÍin mA, jbdleiadBb*re#a8ya,*^ Ma*ns ef  ■it of uBiawalattoa tkawhi ifcsU »a^iaiid to ptofiO^ wIMktin MsAtt «r WÊàk SMia citiaaoa thaU hm lattewMsMSUst if äM-  MM IWMb  Aiütiialiv*' la Ciwiiiwfc «r. làtàmiMÊmÊk MdtlaaPNalteiraMälaMdlN^ M «üiHMf, «adtr jWjDWyi mlÉfá any Slate, as  «•th. as a aMnWafCMfnnb at aas«n| «f  Ufialalitmi of ai ai áKnÜÜf •et of «ñy Atate, «o Mtt^ t  ftétoited mum, dMlMa «urrsetbaor  aid ov eonlort tofln  Im*-^assk  9m. IkaUallai  IdstMlir  nMsif, MsesM mvV pm .^pi^pmp^^^ih ^w^wnn^r.tt w^w  Vnited'ttete» ii«raii9^iliÉ»#slt:aiM aay dafctf obltoilMa Isiiiiiitlamft ümmt« tsctknernMdín  ar «ay ciaba fbr Un taaet alavaï bal aUenfcW^ el  'sátí'tBs:-  •luM bt MtüUHlanl erià  gss. t. lfi¡iwgnji<li^  •TiSrfir  loyal to their svi^y; and^ongresà do^ not. In this aot«g<miiin,on which side are you f There is no middle ground., Are you f^ainst such despot-iame ? _ The^^ and de*  À~Frivoter^ldier - wàs---cho»en-4*{tis iionnce them anî tlieFr author aâ they  deserve." ^ '  Doctor Beeeher aâoouhtà for his brother's singular obliquity en the ground that one portion ofdivine truth has becomb unbalanced^, in bis mlnd^ making his theories of reconstriiction otiesided and false. These are the 4or ties ojf forgiveness, eonfidenee in evil* doers,; magnanimity and overcoming evil wi^  nounced the policy of Thaddeui Stev' ens a» Satanic. You liitgned no ape*  cifi« reasonior your, denmteiation^ but th6 inypMcatión was strong that it was because it did notagree with your ideas of tttagnanimit^V forgiveness and Of oierbbM'ing evil with good.. Yoti would restore the rebels tO'power greater than that of loyal men, honor them, confide in thenK r(^ally load them witli bene-iffs tfi^a gifts, añd tben work through them in their prosperity to elevate the freedmen, whom you have stripped of all power. This, yon think, is Cibrlst-like, and any policy of -penalty, depri; vation and restriction toward traitora is áatamV^ In conclusion Doxitot Beeeher éaya "Sofar is it from being true that there is no danger of retrogression,that if the policy of Johnson prevails, the South willhavo a balance of fwwer/in connection with Nortlieru alliea ( and by following bis principlea as to Congress up tothe logical issues,, will: be able toinvalidate all theiegislation of the war, restore slavery, assume the rebel debt, and repudiate that ofthe nation: If all states have an indefeasible riffht to representation at all times ; If  should be initiated to a Congress com posed of the representatives of all tbe states to bo valid ; if the present Congress only assumes to tie a Congress, hanging on tlMi.ontjikir^MjtlMii^^^  méïft^andiilhhis'Jôbnsott'âii^^ tisana have tought, what surer promises are needed to lead logically to all the results which 4m«« been specified And are we to <rd«i to tbé honor or moral integrity of those who Mifongb perjury initiate tlie rebellion, to avert the result ? there Is no Safety >tt| in i firm adhercnoe to tbe fundamèntiiA prin  ciples of jfiisticensna-iionor; -H^e-de- Book tm% by. nUm viato from tlieni Qod will dfake mir ata Ott y«esi|pfti  our punishment.  " If we lielieve that there is a God, and that as nations Sow so shall tliey  to legislate lor uie conquprni mere empty names, Jet M not dare  do it  querer . .  has been recognized by the public law bfall civilised nation»!, by the operation of that law for the conservatirm ofthe good ofthe whole country. Congress has the undoubted right to establish measures for the conduct of the revolted .SMtQfl,_»nd to pass all acts of leg-iBia^tioirtlTat are «Com  plete restoration of the Union-  That when the President claims that by the aid of the army and navy he mi^ht have made hinmelf Dictator, he imutted every IMdier and Sailor in th^ J^i^^ic. He ought distiiictly to tinderstaiid that the tried patriots of  to do It  1 "lamjoBTj  HKft.  um aa « MeaiM for im n^vairaétee of  .........-.»fi^ t it ^ -^...'...^Jk .liis. .....  gres«>, and accuse ilièm of being. Radi cals ^nd traitors, hanging on tho skirts òf a 6oteniiw»nt which they are^ try? iiif to destroy • ' - ; ,.  It was sáid of éia, tlii ««R i)f kigratW  .Uide It worsetbM tlif f*i«rvn|ohcTaft  Wnov TO Maiùrt.T-Wlie» a young woman behavea to her ti^f^nt« in i ,.. -------------------------.i-  respectful, from principle aa well  attentKW  never. bê4ised oyer4md^oTr1a her^renta. TIm fuuÄ of  nature, there is nothingjçood and geB^^ ^fflftíí^fe *  HetvplMil ~  ...........  Inf Ml  lS'  tie that may not be exp^ted from ber, in whatever condition ahe may be placed. Were I to advise a friend as to bis choice of a wife, my first conih set wtmid be "L(>ok out for a pious girl, distinguished for ber  throwjtSvH liberty or popular govern ment,. íApplause]. _______  Me9olmd, t\»*t tbe nentralit^ laws ahotild bb sb amended M 10 giya the fullesi^iberty W the citiaen, conaistent with thé nattonal faith tbat tha great ümeooBepnblÍQan par^ li jpledgw! Ip  worth and affocUon indicated by behavior, joined to the babito ot Md eonaideration tbeñby contracted, being tranifarf^ to^bëmtrriei^ateleï will not fail, aa a r«iei to tinder ber » nûkl,oblî(iaff, iant iaralwhW ea panfotti^llln" !  M  JoiD^Vififcla iHi Tttkv fmlniif pi»vad,misgMMnlf hsHmi ««i«» irflr A Mr. BocUa satetai lha tto« aa •CrintI Mb Vsf. hm 1km •háté wwaandtbf aaib pwtf, BssMa wltb appanai^ loaiiimills mm^áU ^ t iocbM, wbMi dfafcrnaa Bo»Éflaa •Sesfsii ¿•waedwlKedttwlesw. Ula lievedfliatBobsoUldsl  K» whlala« i^ouldeimaldltba«  AhalfbfolhttarBobWarslNIi^ Üf Wm* iocrf lfnia,«ai eibni f» tajaii« If M H* won ib» nóaéylif janptiv If Itei^kM fa bk wofktogcioihsi. Ohm Una  New PmrsioexoifT, or "Sim« oír Caan» Áetiii,^j«.maAifeiM tbroflgb-Jeüpt^  cialljr in tbe ainMir vAcaMVuii.*'. Omí eleifaifii votnihe, witfaneariy MfiMfaiy and 1,000 illuatratioM. By I. IL Wkixs, Editor PaanroLoeieaL Jetivak Price, post paid, $5. Addraw Fowutf éí WuLis, No. «1« Broiiwaj, Xw York.  "New Physmgnomy* ia mámmúf practical, fnlly illvatnlt^ éaá ««ft auitedtotbewantaofall of " tho face" the reaier aooa Imnm t» read each and eveiy ÜMtwtt. ■Tfmwoí' ea are classified aa tbe BotaMif Graaitt Jewish, Snub and CelMtial. Tbe Mfm speak all langvagea, wbetbar bwk¿ bliie, brown or bttlA !■ ft lihft «ma*^ ner, cheeks, ne^,  M'alt, voibe^ laugh, ««e.^ m« ■bsiii t» PC** aiginof cbarüeler.^ - _ - ^ n no other work Is •• Mtéb M|M thrown upon the character mi4 émrnf of mankind aa in tbia, wtbaiiUfaMWhw traits of nationt aad tribet m «kariy pointed ont. Porlraitaol^lUli^i^ peraona of Mcient and niB¿ir> tinsM^ ivitb biejgrapbtBsi ntaitcina iii fiatiaai tioiiofcliars«(er,M«jAfm* Bifin% Orators, Stoteemett, '^'oets,  geons, Dieoofeéei»,  ..... lUfc  rea<Kr wttn tae cari many great säen and 1,000 years» nad^ Ibi | for instanee;  sn Ariitntie«  Frantói^ Bai^ fkfj^ LijglWW Irviqr, ItosaBoibeir, Tbeodeili laRv Cobden, Br^t. Uwmim MN«^  na, Weü^, biDMaofvlbafi.  A poer lrisbmsi «b»  ìktìttMUf m êtêà " qaeatieüi jifilit tbetrM^n^W^ aincberitiliinMlif II  sellrwir  Snni'l  ter Ciikmm^AmmÈlii^lêWm to «dvertiw hm Ml ii^miÉiliirii.  . Ito ù^iéMiwimcp  • .-».Hi  íí-isitSí   

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