Angelica Reporter, October 24, 1866

Angelica Reporter

October 24, 1866

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Angelica Reporter (Newspaper) - October 24, 1866, Angelica, New York t.. ¡U'í'Wri li - _____ - '-f -vl-iiricSStii^vviiit^: ! ' "-fì triUMnih:; ; > ént n»dy.iypa. a>iil.oxcoUeQt:pr«!)ww ana'iiro prcpa-U. **à ^mi« ¿irciilan, carda, Hj; Jrwa WII1W.WWUWHII», c.iniH, , ^ — • -___- s ^^ , ^ 7.......... .—:------■■ , ., ---------,. i» ^ y ( lyi ................—l~r'T"i—----v-^ "• ............T-^'M ^•'■'^i,;-'-,,;'.:'-......^ - - ■»■■■»■■■"■«^■■»»■iMi*- --------..... .....' •l'.i..-—- - te- ...... ¡EomeUstriUe te flu. í'¿< »>.' Smsï WHOLE NO. 1523 , , w ¡Y/- . ■ Norik Ain«ctc¿nflh&urBM(Q0:,Q0. t .. ' . i — ■ .. 'OÀSH ASSETS . - ti - '$Î3M53,5Î; * " * I ' » " * -M ■ l ' " j' ■ J j Insürj« wcV-í?¿mira ÄTj-;^: _ -------Nüw- Yórircítyr " ' pÀSH. ASSISTS........-íiáíiá.bi^'aa». • ''r."S,~Tlip Insured ipAV Darucjipato. in^net. torpihjiTîol) ,ír Aag«iiíiaf»Mr S, 186t;. ydniîr , . M) < ^ (,' " '-< "'■ * ' ' '' J^Rt». .Ti;tpa,.Uai:trord,'....../.l4,00,ìi4-'>5,80 1^18. Aimx Plijl.,.. 1,131,000,00 PÍKOíiix^ N^v Y.»rk,.. 1,065,IÎÎ2;72 ijopuiity„ N<;\y. Y()vl>......1,65i3.ÍJ60,24 íliUlfnid,. IlartM,....... 1,583;Ifrä.Ca i;órn¡Iar(J,:Nt;w'"i:oik.. ».. 1,492,C81Í13 Jfomç, J>ti\v llinviïn,. i ; ^ ,1.000,000.00 Y.,L .1,OQO,000,00 Pliœni:?. lîaitf«^!,,.... 057,QOÎ>,O.Oj Arctic, îî'ow Yi>rk........ 625.000.00 :\tetiop|nljiùu, N. Y.,...... •N". ArVKT'çi», lïîina.i(l,. öOft.-OOO.OO Ym^U, N. Y. 500.000,00 ilfirtp^ld.......... 1051,7? " jldùntHU.-i. fGOO,poo,00 IS I-Vf X^rk ]Lil"e,........ .'.5:000,000 00 3Añ«c,ljict|4^A ttlognii^ < -- Offlco^FH^J^iyx/nnfTyasrof Hapfiflt^Clnnah. FASHION AmH L'K • B-A li iHOiR "' ■ \Fir>jV Doot Vítí^t of lieffi^tfr C^içe. AngcUcn: tí W«f«^'Ì^Ìftk'èVl»nfl'.Jewol«r. ami dealfir'd^^ (, ', tjt^U'it^n'l'^ ofÍCIdckh'. U'ittchês, aiKÍ JeiAtíU-V ' fte^mjiriii» «hwe on short noticQ .»ud reu- Dr? U P Carver. ^ ___ , - N T.+Ä-T------ loViltir ruomH over thojBtorcof S, N. 4)rtiinctt;*-Ca> ■iH Hnuth, IHvis" Btofct' Alipi'liual" içi^ 1 Jinvo no iiÄtltol:. _ ■j-i-i-^usiL-'i________43« ir T^PrE'-N S fò N S, ^OÜÍítlliS, and^ Buck i'uy.-procûrcd' by j|> thtí áiibstrlbbí. . . K.tULyVD diliih Àî?ont, ' Arijteîîca.N.'-Y Jí^^t. - Hüllt' , T^KTfc B. GOHTOÑ; ' _ Ï rnendßhip, N. Y. , S¡ ^ííarüya jíieliablk. ífiíiimnce, at liitabie iUld ititji ilbeir ndvaiitago "»♦PP^T ^Tiiß ■ Xgcnc^i' l»etoni¡.iiiaiiring or ' i X cáÁNX' cmP:it totrsa, A^ÎVI -^'^ (iîH'ïôb.N'<li;<' ' ' ' "N M CUAN|. , ; . Telegraph Infetitìlto î . , , íii'^liílíi A(ytnrtatr'mrfi>(i/n;i<l'thn'roùi»U Conmiproinl GoÖcHe.iiVtUo Statesu .¡It himUdeit PStabilBhòd twt-lvo yeaïR, üníít»:»» Rccurtfd au umniridlelsrt ropuU^tioa íor PHíc.ticataíní lUtoWMifth inslnietioii. ■ Wé'óatí'Hruely say. tliat ho ivsUi^tion,In Uie wprld hasproiluoiSl in^ii* li nil class jicntiitín iUim 'tbo Buffalo Cpllon« -t ,, ■. ¿,..1.1, ( ' I : ■ ; Il nooK-HKrpjNG. hriéty ot Hinsl.» ntol Ì)òhtili! K Kiilry ia, taußht. frpjn íln};íuiít(íii»)|iWt(íH>a wost complira.éd. Xlie KoMoal it irrAìed;- (:(1Il«l)^'tIll(;dl Priipary. lljcoreticnl aiid^rnctii-íil Ocpariiiiciita; " iHlí PmclíMl »lepart-nicjit Í8 iMost .m-íÍQCt jí>bUí|ii lo bft fouod ii) tha 'Vôttd,-'"' •■• ' ■ ■ ' : ■■ ■ ■ " ------------ . 3 M VTitKf*! f . Thoroutíh lijtitj-ijctuin jtivUi In Q.-;na|i6relsl Atilh- melic and thcJiiKhi<r in'.ith<^inatit.-w. when demnstl.'-p ; • -cowMRmiiAhi.Vw. , , Pupils Eccome. tjunihPT'wjtU' Üiil Lat» cf VatinOt. uhlp; Ajioncy, Contc.Y'f. CuuuucrcUU Paper, ic., iic. - 'TftlitiiiftAlMllNG. Ililn drtpnrtni<S(it m flltcJ i\p (a the i^osl Compio t stylf.ajvl ii> fvcr.v, ifi»bt »iiporior ,t •fltiy institute i 1 ü»i! Ui itiv^ State«.' » SrilOLÀRMIIFS. Sèbolarship IsHUpd !u this C^UeUP^wiU V«-ji<>oiì"fóf «iiy li'Jißtli oftirno tn l'ortv-pff!ht Ooìlpf'fH, cmnprji»-inu the ( halli... T't iiirth'ìr lijlormatlon adilrcsH ijRf AXT i iiTit.vl'jroN, uiiiraio.-^, y. Äptil.n■l8^(;.'^yì E. REMINGTON & BONS, > - P.M: FISH, , / i '<j6rtieT 0f'Mitin an'd ^leuu street, "ppo-ycx Hite, «atbljyn'ft -UtJtííb whoré í-M kitids /p^ «r fílaekK|BÍÜ^g. wiil he dunc on tlio ¿' Rhbrt'ixt iu>trc«,,Hiid,'mt>.st roasiinablü tcruip-^ - ' atia llorítí 'iviid Ó^ Slioeiqg iu suptivior | ALSO,' Miumfi^cturcr-iipif iCiwttaRcfl, Bijg-' Wiigonsf^; itc.*''aíní repairiiijr dotio oii ahnrt nalice-T-óríc, dugif .s-out4» of tlie HIack-.. ti ¿mitb Shóp. oti rtl an strocl. Angélica, N. y. -i- ' litSaíf ,\rKW DllVjSO.ODS ' jii.st atrivcd. ' ' ' át¡ A LOCKM á¡fíT ¡ í: •tTFsFlTeV s wí .«More-DuraUré; - / 'í i A.nd will Icrtejvl^t^Hílinp« and rotAlU tl»ut» ' > ¿ÍÍ5«Hrt (P.UçÎit -■<è'd--March''"?, IRi'.i; V' \viir 'ruvjirdfri by thi; Oroal American'ínHtitiitc Pair held N'cw VoxIcJOcto ; M.ii'VÁÜTTniÍRS _ RpiyOLVERS. RIM&,r AXuskels rtnrl Carbinc.s, . .For iho üi,iit«!'l HtdtcKlÄJf vifie. Alm»'. ' POCKIT ÄND BEIT REVOIYERS, , ' • lloixratliiR; "I'IKIOIH^ jiih7.E VAXES, KKVoLrrya /{iii./-^ ^Atál furti®. Ti OtttBoyi in Bitte.. , htmdrod Ihounand aiosù' i • -r-. ■ ' "1 he young, the bmvc, «Im tr»«. t . . i 3u tangled wood sud laouiitata fleti,' . Vn baule plain, lu prison p«i, " • I4otlcaid[Xur. , For, iuo;aQd you. ■ ' ■ • ■ Four hundi-c<{!thouri)vnd of tbe bmi*»' v Have nmd«'our mbjiomod soil tbdr igrare, ' ^^ For mednd yoa; -Good filuud, for tnoi and yon i r Weimarkod tlncir courage high , .'I'boU wiittU wc liitl« knew; >Vc 8Ìi\y tort thousiind murcbihg by. Nor thought tbcy l/L'ft U8 but to die, i To die lor ino uhd yotl, ■ i,/rbe.samen our nation'ii hope And pride, ^ 1' otir imndred tijpuaaud 'niea.hftYg.djdH___ matiysrftrrcrcd'SwCfnpV * lly¡ittanyaWacki/ayou, ! ' Jlv jitiiiuy n.chm Jci^i ^rof«» cninp,'' ■ ■' 'J hü \vt-ary >ii!niinel cuutKd hl» truinp» • . í i >, Attd'diiat for inc an<I you, ' Í < Our Ijrdthera nurtutvd by out BÍde, = ' '. I" our huiidrpd thuuiumi ,muQ: have died V i Up many a fortress'wall ■ ' i TJicy chiirgéd, those "boys in blue';,"' , .'Mid caimon » Hash and volleyt-d b^ili' ' • ■ ' 'i'lio brUvwt were th« tirst iQrtalit -i To fall lorriie niutyou. h'iP^^iöt"« coamge fired cach eye ; Fouirhuutlrtid thousand dared to dio. . ;©afciuny.a.b1oi>dy pla!h 'i lieu- ready swords they drew, poured their blood kjutrliko tho rain, ' -A home, a heritage to .gain, . ü To'giiiii for lijenml you. ' From western plato to : ooean iide : i Arc Ktretchcd the gmvc» of those irho di^ 1 In noisome prison-hold . , Thuir luattyr Kpirits grew ! To staiuc liku tiieiUMotsof old, -While, amid ngouit» untold, • 'ihey vtatvcd 'lor too and tou. , : Thv goud, tbv pativpt, and the tried,' liour hundred tiiousand men have died! ' A debt wo ne'er can pay, ;; To tbem ift JUHtly d-ue; Put to the naiion'8 Jätest daj . Our children's ohitdix'n still nhall aay^ : i'^Thl-y dietl fiir'ine nnd you," J'iiiuJumdnid_tlMitj!}and-ol Jtbe-blr»v<5- -tíave made this ransomed sqiltbeir grave; ' •I ' —American Mttuvger, Tbe English Ambassador- Kcw Yiirk is colebratcd for itn gaiig^H of bui^lars, Puris for itn pickpocket», Stv l^ittfrsbiirg for it.«« Ihinvi's, mid Ij'H!. d(»n iyV all lhti three. St. Potijisburg bu;iv8 s»\vay lltu pitim for compurativc Hcoiirity from tsiicli. depredatiiJiiK^ jjiit lot it not bi! thought that this greut c'ity is doficipnt iri brilliant c^uinpleH of tliiit talent vvliicli ¡»-diaplayed , in the iijgenioiis appropriation of other p^o- j^c'« properly._______■■ _____.j--- ' An EAgUsh an»b;ts«ad'or, son^e years ago,"doubled tlie pxintenc(; of thin pc-ciVHsir class of operatort», and made 'a sitigolar Witjrer with a Kui«siau prince itpoii Uni snl|j(?ot. The latter .bet hitn n hvrgo »iiTii'o( iiioncy that he. Hbotiiti be robbed of all the orders on liis breast ñ SIJU V EU i>l i: D A L Î ' „-4 «V g»'t « Î Î v^l ÏÏ^ïè^ given for a ...... ■ iloop'SMii] , ; lUflc A: Sliotiiiin lliirrol«, k (ìun 'ìltutf rials, i;i>niicr3l-ly. .SvlU by (jjui Dciilor-s ami tlio Trade tho crfiintry, ' ' and-Qffice should hiive one of i{i'«iicrai- . l ì . ' iT • -I thionghoMt in the uay-time, in tho open street, wUh-•font his'perceiving it ; and all that was EEMINGTON'S REVOLVERS. iClrtuliiTB «•(nit-.vijiiri}» cntii and iiescriptitm -Qt tiur Avms wlU lìoiumuìKedtiian apphcatron. .1 . E. UliMINGTON i: »0NS, lUon, N. Ï. ' Mot'iiK A; Nic Hy W, Ak'cutp, Ao 40 Oiitrf¡(i„/,rSl., .Vvi" rml. mar. 21. . , ■ j" n'CToft 1 .Totiic 11 DYSPEPSIA. erty ir>r jlj- a»' uk, stuickland's TO.N'IO 1b » oonccJitrated proparatuni oí roots ana Uvrbs, .wjtli "anUAcidü 'uarmina-tiv,<« t» nti'i'iiçtlu'ii. tlio ptODiach.atid-~ norvntifi «ysltAif.- il iÎ"a ccrUiin r«-iii. fpnja or mrtiRfhtuHi, nervou^ncs«, lout of iity (»r tjic 8ti)ina<;h, tl;}tuleju;y «nd 'deWl ity. ,U n<\t aU:oUoIiwlheiMfiffC liaHicnWrty ijultcd for w«inlt, iKirvou» ufid/tyHpiiptiis pupeotm, Forfeale oit l»niKi>iHi* eTc'i^vihcri: at $1 per b'ottle. jairiv.71(6 i,,.-r •■ -DR. STRICKLAND'S MKLLlFl4i;0USGoiigh' Balsam , , Is warmiitpd b»» tho isnly prop*, 'fation Viiowii to ciirc,cou{il^, coldn,; Jiojir-'^iici's, anih-ifln, whtmpiiiff MMRhV chl-onii; coj^Khs, coiiMiniption, Uryuomtis ami croup.^ Roinft prei>iiw^ from liontiy and'hifr'liK U ¡h hw'iliiii;, Hpftcniuji. «nd. csp^ctofiiilhs, and particnlnrly Suitable for" att _affc<ition^ uf tliti Threat and Luog«. Eor Mlo by. DrURRlsta «vcry-iwlier«; Cure fov , . ......... .-t, , ' - .....' ■■ - ' ' IMIe.s, Thé Rliset'íípri^rt'gs íuií.w,oui)(Jw)t)»in.fine plafed i- — ■■■ -- lias cured thousands «f IJ"* ^Torst •rire (In ço'tton <;'iì'f.rhiK),'wJ»o)) will not | tasô»'èf blind pìU». -it'glv^s immcdiatö r»;Iifí. and ~ ■ ' -- - ■ 'tl»c' ivholo Slun 1 ogucts Äjivrinanoptiurd. üry it direclly. It is war- ï'or s.ilc by all'I>í-iigsi8t9 9t ßu cents DR. STRICKLAND'S Pikfie^jedy , wca-r rtCr nr.r.oiffinjf '■•jollod/jiiml the. jvholo Slun ¡ çguctsi ajívriijanuiit «.uní. .rany be waajiö«1 WHiioiit;iíiJiiry (lirTt^ir of íMSiiií^ ! ranted UM-nre. . aiid will bé iù< Cooil-oji ftòn-. ' ' " - ' ' THE :t'^ii^y^u- l'ir'? . r s ñ » 1V f ii>»t'it • . i tili« fiiTcnitm côm'Umcs with, tho ordlnnrjí eott« «r byttlc. iThi» fiiTcnitm wn'Umcs with, tho ordlnnrj? cotton tilín hoopa arv ' tho (umit^nK fhftse itsi-d Jn tho fiilver Sklrti thfc £oyenij|g.vaf mlUídi^JíaanrttWf'ar^^w . D. MATÏ])EVjî,iE & SONS. &ENÈS4L ^INSURANCE AGENCY. FUIU, ASP AC'CWÌÙA'tal. Assets over....... ■-■ ..■ • • -. ,$26,^00,000. - - - t1i6 ôVi>er~ôÏÏv7s ir"îi;Ôvcrad vith cotlon. l.tdv.liav- ^ InMiraiice Co . N. Y...... .. U •Collis ■Cól', if. Y. ,. ......... i,'.:'ío,<i<io <fo a,07í).a4 40 boy in irm^iinenl;dàngeìr.of f«»HÌBg ooti As ho wàa abt)ut tft-v4Ì3h,^hÌ8 Te«ciié^ he suddenly perceived ji string (sKìrt* fitiìy.coucealed hehiud' ilio cnrtatn) chicli wna tied tb tliO little traitor'« foot, and he quickly avoided th^ijjfowd, who hadgatlievQd «pqitj hearing the child's Hcreains, and who would evidently Imve taken advsntag«;^ ¡of, tfce opportunity. > ' V "It wan a TCFy ingenious doTicc !" said h<i, that C;Vening to the Prince, "and quite appropriate, for- ;tlie > boy was so strikingly like my own son in England that 1 canio i|iear forgetting myself.", , ."I coiff<js8 myself beateti,'» said his adversi^y^in ^pw Voj^qi:.::_!:MyjiccoTO pííce^iui-enplaycS^ww^ ÍRSt- trofnp;-^ They have speculated in vaiVi 'itpon^ your well kiTOivn hobby'^óf rare books, upon your patevual tenderness. .They have Ittilcd and 1 will pay you the bet at once/' ' . - . ■ V. "ffy no meané !" answbred tho En-glisbiAan; "l^ic terin-i have not yet beeiucomplied with, I cannot conáíd* er the wager aa regularly won until I httte walktf4ionce njoro -through thó fitreCtsAl On thi? ihird day ho commenced his last trial'; but this timé he met not one single suspicious countenance. He continued his walk qtiietly; and uninjured for an hour, and had nearly leached his own residence/ when a largo ladder wagon, loaded with household furniture, came Intubering out ol the "port cochero" of his; neighbor, a distinguished Polished Count. Tlie wind was high, and a bolster was so open-bear ted as to .ebcd soinc of it-s contents upon tho pedestrian ; upon which two liveried servants, who were standing in the doorway, immediately ofieredlheir services to.bfMsli the feath-Ol'fl from hitr drosfi.- —"Is'-yourTnaster atlioroo f asked he: "He is, Sir," answered they as ihcV proceeded with the clounsing process. ^ "Then I will g») np i" As he entertjd he. ffound the, room filled witli company, among others the Itussian Prince, who advafi'ced to meet liiinr "What 1 without your orders !" exclaimed the latter, laughing. The Engiishinuii looked down and rushed impetuously to tho looking-glass. ' "Damn it! I have lost; They are gone I Hut who,, how, where I Not a noul has toughed me except the Count's liveried nervanlM !" "I have n(/ livfj-icil s«'i vaittT> !";«aid tbcCoant. li«H"l1 JAffe.sS' "yñirrieff; niyj .lord I Tlu^yi were my worthy du»? t\«.'fcrajnM for their I walk for three day^, be ween the hours of twelve and one, adorned with all his d.ccoralTuM.'«. • ..... Thrti! wsrincd, and riisolvcd to avoid all' suspicion!« cf»iitact, the noblcn>an jouimencett his pronteuade. Soon after sftiing out a laborer placid himself in his path and pointi'd upward to a roof, from which dep«Mided a slate lied to a slritjg, a« a sign that workmen were ngaged above ; and as my hmU f<»L-lowed the gesture with his eye the man made an,awkward attempt to approach fiiin. The thought suddenly lluslied upon the Embassador that this was a disguised thief, and as he hastily' r(;|r«at(jd he read plainly' the disap-poiutjnent of detection in the other's iat:e. Soon^safter, as '^'he was still laughing at^^iys adrentiire, he was im-p(jirt ui)ed by. SQiiie beggar children, a^d just a8 he was giving ibeih ^omc coins, tt driiiiken ituin nearly fejl upon him ; hut he was upiui his guard ahd stepped quickly asid»; upon vhich the inebri-t(! sjagge^ed off, but soon recovcd his natural and steady gait. > -vi "Aha thoiight th'c Englishmair; "fio niuch for the second attempt, {" Sumo paces lurther on* he siiw a large crowrt'Ofpoople, in the midst of -wItonHiitrdrfver of a driTt?tcy was dis-puting AVith a gentleman about a trifling diilereacutin the fare. As he was forcing his'way through tha throng tho latter, still venting his exphftives up thieveti." "With all talent." replied the Knihassador, u>ust say yoit managed less adroitly in the beginning, lor your friends of. yesterday and the day b»:fore wero mere buticltirs "How luijn.stl" excliiiini'd the Princc. "Th»>y hitvl »ti ictordeisi'to bo as awt-ward as possible, in order to throw you off yc.ur guard, my lord." , "Iliave learned a lesson," said the Embassador. "Here is your money, audi promise you that henceforth 1 Hhall hold in respectful admiration the thieves of St. Petert<b,urg I" Bachelor? IJ V « R A NT TUOJiBL Jlii; Thnse^consntrtmato blockheads, the 6acAe/or.s-j they must join the taiii: and cry to deface ajid defame tins mi)8t beautiful part of creation.: Conscious that they are running contrary to ail Taw human and divine, they come forth with hard words iiiR^ead of an argument,—they are not able,'say they, to Eupport a wife; why ii costs yon niore in six months to pay for the soda water you drink,.ami the' p^ig^i's you smoke i»nd give a^iiy, (two strticles that yiJiu can well •dispense' with, and an article too that yuor father never saw)' than it Would take tp support ii Hehsible woman for a twelyetn^|)tl>.; . that that hangs Vreii'tfon on liis arm,, and feeds her at his board—the that hears the young ravens whou they qp', will Starve. on thé extortioner, bttempted, as if by ílccidi-ní, tocóme closef7r hîm. but he . ...?t^uf»cturc<Viin<'lj? ttjjj- t|ii A^n :5ra■Ek^^t-. ;^l r ; ^ , i| Mtitual^Rcn. I.ifolna^Ca , y. J...,,. • J.-' 'i lÏAiicuv^ ÖTUV-ET, W.:'!^'^ . A'KW YORK.^ - \ ■ V ^ • S. ^pei'jPV, Stip't.' linTïn veni Ion of Kurks Wciflt! , .'ME TAZ TOJFi" im? GHW0,:; ; TWTWíá-éT^ittilK / ■ BT n'c^Àt; ■ ' ,7i«(()r)i> 3ì l,5.'lJ,'hf>7 DO . CU.tdt I» ii^is,:»!« iJ 390.431 tt.ipt.52'j «10 ; 2f>(i,(i( 0 uo ; : Kqiiitabh!ime Irtnuraiicu 0« -yNew York Ac.4iii!ci)tiil. ^.... i,.. I , ' XotaL-ASDCTS. • ; 57 ! CTTliixui-ancc paornptly iiffocted by mail or other-■vfix« in any of the above coiiiiianie» «ra nil Jkiuid» of pnip< fí.v - Tim prompt »djUHtnietit Of Lossl'k » spc-cl,ihtv with n.s.. ' ■ • rÓ-Atl cÀmniiinlcatlons promptly, attended tp. - office ix t^ire TOWy UALI>. u^'iün stäebt, 'VM !• OI,EAN;N. Y. Jl. MASniiVXI-Lr.. ; ' ■ ' ' W. II.M.J.SBKvÍl.t¿; u ! i.p.ywvvnuLvi ¡ .KCROSÉNC CAS STOV^I^ Kttsbf. nie Ar^EáLS TO Tiis rkoric. CoNrRDKRIT X RoApK (wiph iiju tho Suii UV KèntticIcV : ' October I,ígqe. Presfdent Johnson, ^o hi^ \>tn' Tïk-¡cncd to An^roo ariiSI wibli, «ìnce my appihlm«nt, I òoVicèed In'nt tw bò ín many partikcîcrs his aooperior, rcquctit ed me aWd William 'H. Seward, {Im ii!L>0rcttr5r Mtd àhaptin) to dra\^ up and publish to the í)emocracy of tliq vori' oua Staît» ht»ldm decshun» t|iia fall, an addrcsa^^or^rutUtfr aa^appoal, firmly beleevin jth'at had' he extended his tour liiJÜfaiiicT-and-islKiod-iiö-adxhTO that that felrtte wood not h(;v gono it did. "'Willliitn'rcfoized to take in the appeal, say ill it warnt yodae, and-^o iho dootyidevolved i;pon fipiidxinAts AW tJoiistiii'ATivis OK tiiE NoiifUf-^ji^resheatin the gravity tiV the isTroo;Tiuldre88 yoo, Tlio'sigri^ot tho ti m'os" is onii 1 h us. A Rad i klo Cong« r^ss, electjjd^dporjn' a .^tima w4ien- -thtr SoutlirnrStaiVs, which"coniprlses -recly all the intellcck uv this people, .didn't taifc lio phrt<in thci'elecshun, beein- too hi?zy.geltin out ur Sherman'ri way to open poUs,a Congi'esa,! repeat, in wich there ajnt no,Southern man, and wicli Qouselicntly kant,. by any stretch uv tlie hooinan itnagin,tion, be considered Gonstitooshinel, bez bared to thwart tiio Presitfent of the United Staits, and set up its will agin his^il I need skarsely refcount it» high handetl acts of usttrpnshttn. U passed a bill givin i-ittis to niggers, >vich accord in to scrip ter, (see .Onesimus, .Han> and Hagar, the only thrpe text» in Skripter uv eny partic^leV'accohnt) and the yoosag'e» uv the Domocr,i8y,wi«l got fio' rites and Iht^Prcsideut usin thc-high ptf aTidiififVlS^S^^TiS tives put intojws hands by the Consti- act. Take yoor choice uv the platforms of the different. States-—vole «z When you have money enough to bjuy furniture, you will then go to housekeOjy»vg and m^uryi^^JIm^. the fowfoflLhc {uFwiTTteach , you—in, 'the spring he looks'out for "hirt mate— ht; clej^ncd by In tkct; the tóá^t-iíwísw^^jrfmney Itnown . Ncr c}e«Tcr éhn aS&jid thrust t!ie straijgijr «side with the ex-eliíinatiou, "Number Three !" Just tlicn the eludirtitHick one, his ordcal; tor the diky-was over, and he reached li'oim; safi'ly wit)i all his orders. 'In tlui evening- he met the prince atr the Et^glisli Clul>, and as he laughingly related.the unskillful attempts which had been made uptui him, he percèived tliai the former was evidently embai^ rasst'd and even vexed. "Lut UH see what the morrow wïil bri;.g forili !" 8«id he, aa he losc tò leave tho house. . r . ■ 1 •"ìsee, rtiy lord, tliat it Avili be a dift: fftíuU miiiter;to take'advantage ol you," said with a seribus air. , TI»« i\extiday he was followed and suj roundjed by all - aorta ; «f.pcítple.— Sííiiie tílunk belùud^iim, others met hini ,eüifd»;ííly turning, passod! close tb'liitn., One s\\spÍQ¡ous looking jfcVs'óTÍ ¿Ár*>red him a finti jiankerchiei, ai(d'aí*1ced poUlely If he íjádVliot lust it. ÏKi ¿Aîliuiidî^ôiwc, isiirAîomFlexiônçd young pressed-tt^u his notice st)mQ .|t'i^íir|^)!fle En^Üiih publicat^s, whicWtìc ¿im-v^^h to purphase.^r rÍ^Í^Nímireí saw fit to maik; In short, hod they fol-lered the citrrect rool when wt hev a l)emokrati41'restdent^and put the gov-<?rnm('nt in his hand», with an abidin trust in his rectitude and wiedoiii we might hev avoided this, sirugglo, and thus wood hov l>dn pecceful. The responsibility for the dissension, Iherelorc rests Willi CongrtîS. liut thé questions arc altogether to heftt for the Demo-kratic ¡ntolleck, and I fling em out for the consideration uv the few Post Mas« ters we get from 4he;Union ranks. To the'Democrisy I address, myself more particflerly. Da yoonnnt to marry a Nigger f-^ This is agin bi;foro you; Are yoo in favor of elevatin the.negro to a posisli-un where he-can be y<mr ekal or per-^ haps yoor sooperior ? That ishtio: is yoo for7aor considqrashiin, Oldy. the'danger to yoo-is increased.-— Tlie matter hez become threa^enip, for, diiigîsi*i| oz wc may^, thousan'aâ of em kin read.and they are akumulatin property and wearin good clothes,to an ex-tei^t trooly alarmin to the Dèmokratîc tnind. Wo hev allnz .con8i.ded our-, selves with tk« sootiii reflecahun that there wuz,a race lower down= in the scale uv iiumauity than we \yuz^Bhall we coirtiriue to çiijoy that comfort ?— That's the question Ojr'évery Di'mocrat to consider Ayhen he votcsthis Fall.~ itemovcYth ; weight uVilegal disability, and tè^i to oné et they, 4,on'L ^Jitstrip us; even, and then7 wÎierè at-c going to lÎK)k for ii'Vace to look dojivn upon. it's a close- thirig dtwéeh ^us now, and ez wc uv .this gctieration can't el-eyate ourselves, wliy for our oWn^ f)ee€e uv mind, wo must¿ > I repeat it—MtJST j>uH theiu 'd^wn. ; , < ^^ ' How; let me aé^^ the namo of High ileiv^ii,. iwwjd y^ liko to be tried for horse stealing afore a nigger jury housekeepinff ; together they ' gatlier tliç sticks and straws, andr in a , few d-ay'sa^dweUmg^is prçpa for the yònng. Bot the bachelors, in everything, put the cart before'the Jiorse, always wningjMidlore They say as^'soon as they^^ th^y WÎII Itíok òik róv a 6îrd, 'thus running quite cross-gi ained ;i,d the %ce of nature. , . A Hard-Sliell, liaptist,^ „proacliing in Washirigton CiV latèly, took for., his - tr "G< '' ' - ' - --- "But," say sonid of you, who¿ sei ravin by drlimai' an4 flags atid sich, went violently oil" uito the' wat, an'd wuz peprhas savcti J'rtiiB ; istarviii! by a lien 'exCtàimed: "Bui Go^ ^^ asn't had a job in.this city for in'gh toxtr "God rnadc man iu.his jjwu ini agt».^ "He thrts commiihcedV'"An honest nuaii ¡8 the noblest work of God." Tbcii he a long p.ausojaod looked scat-chingly about the audience, and till ' • — " ' •• • h jjftx y^'^K .rBAiREVTuByiiY' Ambition:-!« Glevo-land, Ohio, the oti.er day, a nowspapov editor found an infant lejlfc at. hia. door in n ba>kcV, ,Wiih it camo iji.is .note, sli6wing th'iit the mother tlipu^ht jvell of netvspapermen: • • ' ' ' I send an* iteni. You ^tUo «tcrnal law» of»cicntirfciroolh Witz cotitept Willi ,,th6 arfangeniehf, and why shoiild they not hev been? Tiling« wuz nnvmal. They ^6rkcd and we eat, and if tliey'hed Ixen «t»»" tented «rith this ekitaMe divuiion iiv, the lubur iiv,.life, all w<Mild liev been.^ smooth to, day. S.iel we elet!t a Congrc^a thia fall "ao aoakt»d in Ablishin—so filled with oh-jeckshuna to our Southern brethr«tf aa to refooze to receive ein back into the seat« wich they yac tted f Odn* aider 1 tho Southern Demticriay hovn'l and doh*t lay up nolhin agin you, Thoy are willjn to forgive and forget. forgive the cause ot the failyoor. They heven^t got the government they wanted, btu they don't tind no fault with that, but are willing to take charge of the one they have been compelled to live under.—-Kin they offer fairer? The fate of war wu-a agiiv un>; burytn all Itard feelins they extend^ to uii Ohrischens charity and say here wo are —take u^—¿yyo_ua_ourjojd'4ilacea^ Thuy have - been chastened-'-thftir hofisehold gods have beeu duBtr;)yed and their temples torn down. Wun nabor of mine* lost tWo sons iu the Confederit army, another sun wich Ue hed refoozed $1,000 in 1860, ho wuz compelled to shoot, coz lie' Avaa bound to run away into the Federal annv, aiid two o(Uorootis,wich he hed adozen limes refoozcd $9,500^ for4iach in Noo Orleans he saw layin dead on the steps of a skool hou?e in Memphis. Hez he suffered nothin ? And yet he is willin to take a scat in Congres, forgettiti all lie has suffured, and torgi^On the cause thereof. What wickedness it is) vrich would fnrther bruisa sict-ii br<jkeo reed, ^ ♦ . Therefore, ez you love yourfcelves '■fii'líVWiiiiiii imi WMMfi' awibe« m^rm-.^mm' ^ tkffttttiiwtt M «fhtr tif éhtf^m «m «•«rvtwAi'onKite.! ^ * ïffiy rtMT mtké r««(t in •vkteWwfcwei ftarri niat " «bltlk U>«ikH «wtilMt«« «tif A K teMiif o iM«> tm^ ANAOTioOft«»^' « I ................... IM«. lUFmfU V-IIW iawr^ „.ftaeniig I. ni» ti from fimi til* con«Ut<M fiJknñ: T - ' »5 1.. ThefinlMTMCtf • thewuntlc»ofíJtt«9tt,'<,___________ 2. Tbç ü^nd Kikat« dliMiMhaU «DMirt «f «loventh, iSl tirefttiet» tU «Üf iâm»Mrm, i» «Mí couuty of Kin/».. - v. - v t ího ««Ml*^ «r theaixih,ciglit;'vmo^'faétítj'^iwKlflIi, Vxtiiit, iixtcvQtb, aewatM^.M ■t<líl>wtii ^wird-of the-íit* oMiitPek^rlm^tlie^Qrwaraí FtatbiiHb, f lMtísQdil, Otà^m^^mwïMtÊmé New Utrleclit, of tho qiNUily «<<»ug». 4., The fourth wwávdÉMln'fÉ^l oomMíT the flr»t, •oconfl, tooshun, vetoed ft. Here tho matter shood hev endid. He bed expressed, in a manner Btrikinly Constitbofehenel, his Objccshuna to the measure; and a proper i(?gard for his feelins- and ju.it doforence lor his opinions,ought to liev indicated the right cov.rse. Here ivuz the tender uv a olive branch.i Tho President didn't want a quarrel with ('ongres—be didn't desire a continyoo-anco of tho apilation that hez bin sliak-in the country like a lllinois a^er, but he desired pcece. Congrea could hev hed it, bed they only withdrawed tlieir cvood nbfipns uv what wuz right and CONCtiuUKXT what wuz wiong,ratified,as iln?y shood jplnt rules, hevjdun^ siCli"laws. ez^_the President • '.hanltttt-iif- the^ Scnatc^cDticnr)r-ThBt-th0fofth^mtfeaojliiirlifi^MMi^ta^ ii Joltnson Unionist or ez & Iptcniocrat-icJohnsonian—but vote. Kpitucky holds out lier".haftda up-pealinly 1 Kentucky imploros you to' build up a bnlwsirjt rioith uv the Ohio river to save what little is left of pure Democracy there ! Kentucky will back yoo in yoor endeavors. Will yoo heed her cry ?i Shell »he appeel m vain?—Forbid it Hevin: ' PETROLEUM V. NASBY P, M. No, ti llESOLUnON iL'lative to Johit Itiile<t of the last Henate and AsHembly l)c and they are hereby adopted as tho Joint llules of the presort Ijegixlature luitU otherwise ordered j4ind that n select committee of three, on tho pari of th(iSenate, and i\ve on l>chi»lf of the Hon»», be nppohited U Joint cuininittee to whoinHui<l rules shall be.referred to make such revLiion thereof as tbe^ snail deem proj;K;r.' ' STATK Of JJBW YOBK, - ' Is Asskxdly, January t'itb. 18(iC, TltU rcRolution was duly pasi^ed. J.n. CUSttSlAN, CfcrJfe. STATK or Niw YOIIK, - i " Is SBHATS, Jiuuiiiry , 16th, 180(5 Tho forcgcing re,wluti«n wa«, <h»iy i«JHed-. - JAS. TlillWILUGKB, Citrk. : . . . ■■■ .No, .6. CONCUBItEN r RKSOLUTIONS Telativo to printing extra copies of the aimual repoit of tho OOmmirtHilty-Ueneral. ii&wlwf (if tho Senate concir), Tpjat fi>-e hundred copu!» of the Annual Itqwrt of the Commissary-General be printed for tho use of th<? (;onihii«sary-(jleneral4..0f---tthicl»-. ono hundrisd Bhall b<! hound in muslin. STAitor Nitw YORK, Ijf Asbemolt, vl^jni 20tt, 186C Tlie foregoing resolution wa,s duly pue«e4 Uy order of the A semVily., . J. It. OUSliMAN, CUrk: STATE or New YORK, -; IH SiesATis, February Irf. 1866 - The for^oiojg resiihitlon w^uduly passed. liy order of the Senate. ....... JAB. TKUWILMGEB, CUrk. Jio. 2'J. CWNCURUENT KESObU TIONauthoriaing iho Canal board to reduce the ratesii of toll on iron ore carried through tlie Champlain 'ou bal, Ka!olved{\( the Asticmbly concur),That the Icg-isiaturw concur with the canal.btJ-ii-d in the reduction of raii'Softollon iron or«carried through thx'Gbainplahl mual, imd cleircd or re-cleared at Wtet Troy or Albany, and carricd Ut UntTalo in accordance Avith the lesolntion «f the canal board, puitscd March thirtieth, eighteen, hundred and tiixtv-si.v; provided that the some rate of toll plT mile shall bo cbarired upon eueh hm •oùàd at neventb, thiitecntb IM^_____ the cJty aiid coiittiy oTMcw ToHlf 6. Th« fifth aeMt« 4kàttk¥ m^Al___ tbecighUi, nipth, BfNiht^j^jtiilnBth i x)f the cliy attd coanty Ulivir SWÉ. Thts sixth NMte dirttiet ooMlito «T Viit «Icv«niJi, ienlh «od muéá^ thedty «nd connty otScw T<mk>-> 7. 1 he seventh Senat«dMriAilMÚl «Malli«! Ih« eighteenth, twentktl*:'M(£^ iwMtjNlfM wftTdb iof tho city und county, Totk. 8. The elighth M^t« <|Ì«r$el4ÌMn oimM «f thè tvretflh, nlneteentb^ wards of the city and oooiitr âS UtmtoOí. 0. Iltenhtth «eaate ccmM «T thb countiM of WoKlMiter. «WM WiAlMk- - food..--' 10. tht Initti _ Df the -ctvntii*. Jfeckhuul,___-- . n. 'lluiclovvnthWMittfdlIl^ihittiaMlil of tho con II ties of tfHòfge and gaMlw«. - 12. The twelfth «ciUkttfdMenftiai ««Mill of the counties of Jtewwkef 'àbitSwhtaeloâ. 13. The ihiifeentli, «Ml Bist of thò coìiàty Df Albattf » ' " 14. -llie.fourteeBth«»«!« 4 «¡st pf the aounty ofQraetf^.'á lö. The tiftecDtb aënàte «kail «¡hi of the countíMi of. äinitog»;' HcjiiIjlihij , Fulton, Hamilkiri Mid ScheiMQw^ 15. Ths fiflecYith senat*'JiSiiii»^! ««■« slst of thè couat|«s or Wanrn»; MêHé mkI dhi- tùn. . ,. . . > U'-" ■ ■ , 17. llie RCmitetntb «tonali^«kilel «fcatt consist of the ¿oi^ktUsfitC Bt. Lmìnm» Mé VrAttkllo. , • " , 18; The cigbtcettthjm^ M^äbdl«0«. •Ut of the counties «Ml aewk. 10. lì)« nineteenth KMtodlfetrieVshaU ««i. »ist of, thewunty of OiKMa. ' 2t. The tvrcnty-tirat «nM« consist <if the<xHmci«i of Ot«« of tho coabtlca ofOnbudag«' Mi^fiMhrtiaBd. 28. The iveuty^tbM ti cou«is»t of the connUct of; CjMiuiogav^IMU« undtioholiaTÌe. í -v i^j 24. Tliq twenty.rourtb„ aeoiúrdMricfc ÉkmU con8i^t.of the couatie* df AfoO«»^'fbgik ««I Tompkins/ - ' " 25: 'ilie twcnty-fifth asm«« ^dMfkt Aafl consist of the. t^punties «of Cttyi^' «ii Wmfm* 2G. The twenty-sixth' ienàf«'liMiict (Ml consist of pnterlp, and Bioci • 27. Tilt tweuty-sevaath imakté 0Ìlikt*«N consiiít of tb« countie« of CbaaivwTìMMiyiV andälcul^en. , . 29. rhewenty-elshtheniat«. dtolrfel äWt címsiát of the county of ModrdC The twenty.alnth M consiKt of the côùatU» of «Mi Genesee. , -, , 30. Thethirtieih aeitate. dlrtiMl' ÜStll mm-i>i-4.ofthe counties ot, liili^M _and AUe;,wiy-V.-—'.---r - - 31. 3 he thirty.finrt «HIal« conidst of the oonnty of Erie.,: ' 32. lYiethhi^-auoocMlaeBiA« convint of of the «oaotlec «f -ClMiÍi«|ét «ai Cattaraugns. ' _ , v.^ I 2. Thh set ^ tak« tÊmà trnrnim^.' " arATc^fMnvTenv ' "".r"' Offic«Df.tb«»)cMUty«««l«te.:' I ' «n Ql* In thl* oMte, «at d^ tiiriiJ„ I» » cormet IraiiMrfipt .thvivfro« Mi4tttÍKÍuIUw. ~ NEW PnrsiMNòiqr, ór "Sé9ÌÌ»«»;CI acteib/' aa maiaifeatéd tbrtfl^ anient tind ciiilly iti the <«»• elegant volume. withnestlySWfegw, and 1,000 illastratioaÌL.. «fi. X. WrtXs^ Editor ^RKC!fQUMi«jU. Htìt^iA, Price poatpaìd, $5,;V,Addi«M Jbwm & WI;LL8, ÌÌO. 58» York. x>ij«ti»n#t^ited upon the caüiit¿ of tUo BUic," deiitiued to any piace within the Btatc., ' '' • »TATiä or Nkw YonUi In Sejíate, Ajiiil l'7th, 1866. The foregotoK revolution was duly,passed, lly order. J AS.-TERWILLIG ER, (7M. Statk orJN kw Yobk, New PhysfefrnoByr^ U «¿hmbU/ practical, luUy illuatnited, suited to tbc wantii of «IL Sàikêélmfy of " thé fac«" the readéi(:^#í|t>á tm read ciaçh and c«-€ry lÌMtttf«;' '-^Ç^t itíuatCily'.fund ■"'tíéfore ¡strange ¡Lf^: He lücned agin ,ti»em ihimúí ^lßk»téàê1^hè:hémngét lifiR; litar ht«r, «imI mit nigger—"thesQ lUggers wuz our friends iii the late war, tbey fought ^»gin^hfr SwrtW^ O-^t^a d^osit »a I 0. Wat blindtiessi—Ti'oo they )did, and that/«bows the dangel*%tat,safei'e us— Wat I,ifts, the fog .from tbe precipice onto wich we-are standih and shows us our danger. I,Wat'does this, fact-pt'ove? It pVoyes the vonreasonablei-ess uv ;llie nigg|r--rl!'? 'disMMteuic^ wini tiie'i^osi^hun'^ assign ed himj antHrts cii^sld -disposishuh tti .uptiet tho norinal oondnioni' '^he lilbfe niakes him' a servant unto his br^elhren X.see Ham, U^iger ad<l OneSimus',- three blessed iexts):Since proves him-to be not a miiii buiu beast, and Dhnocrasy, with tlnit Iflyeriiity wich has altirrdls-tinguishtid it," gives every >man his choice wich theory to take, so tako him ez we may, either ez a brother Or a , l»ea»t, hi» condU"»» w. fervi-tood,i But lib with a cussidness, a perversity I lieyer.could. understand', 'flics into the f^ce u( sieocc^ aiiTluaserts his Ik ÄflsräiotT, April 19th, 1866, The fote-^ioing icßolution WW duly passed, liy order. , , : ' J. U. CUSHÜAN, Oír*. . KTo. 27. OONCURltEST RESOLtrnOîî authorising the ' Chief of liujcuu of_5Jiiitftry-tcco«l4o cxcbange ~FIh;(3 with" the S<xiety of mechanics aad trtdeiimch of the city of New York. Raolvtd (If thé Spiriate cencur), lliat the Gen-erat bt^ivty of Mecliankn and'tVodesmsn of the city of Nkw. York bo iwrraittcd > to withdraw the national oolor awl two guide flaffs. which wijro pre^iJuted % that society to the Fimi Itti'iment ISngineere New York Voluniecni.and which are now depositCil ir» the Bu^u of Mil^ tary liecotd^pn-the »ïîd^ therefor the set of color* consisting bf th«' na-tipjiid'flag aÁd two guide colqri, whkl) printed to the tsUd T^ment by the city ôï Kew. York, ánd which áre now )ri the iKMMcttidoo of .¿e iiiUd soiáety ; ifcnd the . Chief ot the Barum of I'ihtary ikcjrd is hereby authoriasd to make the exchange- on the. ot^itioa above naa^ed; "" ■ I* AKKiiBtT, April 2(Hh, lÇ6«. TI» foregoing resohition wi« duly pMsed. oídetoí lhe Assembly. ; ' 4. tí: CVSUMAN, Citrfc Statü or Nit« Yomt, Jit Se-HATii,'Apiil SOth, IM«. The (oregoiog resolution was duly pMM^ iJy wrderof theSenatf. . , .'"/ 3AS. TEHWILLIGER, OeHt^ es are classified .aa the B/ri«Mk 'Ôf«^ Jewish, Sniìb and OetetlfiT. apeak all langtiag^. wMnr blue, Wown ot hasel. , Joi'i net, cheeka, ncck^ ««M» liafiéi¿-;jiwH, walk, f<«ce, laiigb; •• pe" Tn ' iKiptWc worli:ii»;aa "^t îf^st^^rvi^g^it tlMLJiiost cenaorír are »g^eFw tlie kaatc ' judicious ; nothing to comfpp»"litl|^ni ()€ ándiiig faiÜt "wUh '.otilar«. K^^ftüieotFies ttíe miifirof otfaâeribat ha» any of his own. the; brethten tVeery)^ and ÍqV au-aÜálVaict Jdea fougíjio «ß»» em" ^ 'l'hai VeitJcMji^^ tipder bonds afitrèâl^Pémècritic mind. Wè wbó owocd èœ linder the Skripter, and; tin» r ThcThiladelphia movement wài en thtt«^ iniitaueV® for i çonveniejics iiie, ity hvCongresr.. Ita iní)íoenco i» seen, ou ïecaîpt «f "FriÄ, j ÌU the fact that ai,«ce the Uth of Au« jciisti-the:'Radicáis have SfaìuéA two Senators two'' memiàer» 'ôf^the Hooa«. Tte. ootttervatiTea. ara thua adTaàciog b^warda."* thrown upo» tlie ebarët^' -iüjit'i ofbánlkind m îq ...... . pom pei-aona of jtvickNit with Ibic^pltie«!^ «Itt*!^. tioa of divi^r, aw " Orator«, Sutisaliai^n. ^ Poetay Pbitoso|il»ar^ 1 geons, IHaCQTieratlk Xßk elci, are iwdmdea. Hit «Ir ^ reader with tbe ear^W <many gñíat IM«' ----- ShaJí»D«are. ;mmk Irvings R^vBoi ' 0>Men. Bricht» Whalely^ ¿lie®, Hoppelt himdi«da dt II tW ^^ htm ^tmmri tiie CiMiiilttitibíiil . baruiftcdby tba 8o«lM fer«tb»i(itoflfH(j|i. ;

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