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   Angelica Reporter (Newspaper) - November 7, 1866, Angelica, New York                                 taWá  PIR E INSURANCE  Aug eli a, N. yt. ^ lf«rth Amci icajiJ[fig|imuce-.C0»  New "YovV pUy.  CASH ASSETS  -  Arctic Insurance Cpm'pany»  New York City. -CASH ASSETS - • . - • $593,973,19.  : ^ R.  Ih« insured ihiiy pariioinalc! fii "ftct  l>roit. • riiitifitr»  AagcUca, Jtily 3,lf6i>. v '  ■ JOHN  : ATTORNEY AND G0"lJll^2tlÌIÌR  A.X I^ANY,- < i  Î Anvelica, Ai;<>gtir.y;( oHgify« ÍMíY^í ■ OiBce^Ftryt Door rn«t of lîciiî^ist djniiali;  S A M B onrr^Mo^w;  Î' A. s UI O N A B LEB A ii^ iù i\  IjIWtiPoof Wcät of Ileporftr Oßce  Horaellsville  .^ti^/f-aace fiq^eitcy:!  ^»^^lii LAROBST ts WeSTER.V NEW TORK. RiBpiWtentliiff OT«r 000.000  ^toa, Hartford.........$4,067,455,80  Home, JNiew Vork.........3,508.074,14  InsJ^o,, N. Amor. Pliil.,.. 1,731.000,00  Phtonix, New Y-rk,:______  Security^ New York.....a,682.860,24  Hhrtforil, Ifartfovd.......1,583,163,62  LorrilNrd, ;Npw York,. v. .1,402,681,13 lin^C; New Haven,..,... 1,000,000,00 -IntoVhatjonul, N : Y.,... ..1.000.000.00 PliOtttnx, TIurtTnrd,... ^. 957.000,00  Atctuv^New Yoi k........ 625.000,00  Melropolitiiti^.N. Y".,...... 612,871,78  nartioni........ 544.4f»5.67  N. Aini'i'cn, Tiiirttorcl.:; ., 500,000,00 Yonkors & N. York, N. Y. 500.000.00  Wy Fifcrtlartlnrri....... 440,651,72  ;iVavfcIciViIar>foi(i—Acci- .  ilent.'il,............... 600.000,00'  N.c^ Yujk Lile,____/____5,000,060:00  r j. -TvtuU........$27.450,809,00  a I'itrii«'« «Ítjsírína ÎÎKM \íUiK iriPilrnncc, at »qiitiftíiíft ra'i'P, ivil! fiix) IVta jhdr aihuiitapo tQ h|>|>1.v at',thîii Aíjency Itcron; îhstiritrj or rcuuwltig tb»'ir policif'fl clsi-wli'>»>.  CllANfc], COYK & VOIÍNO, Apt's,  o rr yrr-.c, w g. covk. n m ckavk.  Ê.^REMING-TON & SONS, '  Apfííílica^^  J. H. Eggleston. ■  Wktcb Milker ami Joweler, and dealer ¿¡¿.^ iaall kind» of Clocks. Watches, and Jlmmju v Repatrintr done on short uoticu und rcH-««■ble-tenmr.  . ArtjarjrlitinrFpb. 15; ififii. : lH8ftff  Dt 0. P Carver.  -OJ^NTI^T-  ¿lieata! fooins over the store nf 8; ^.-Jioiinett Coi-iB aniU)i pavia' UlQck>^Augclica,t Wf" 1 huv<) no -fMitier.' ; ' !: ^ • ^ ia43:tf «  P E NS I O N S,  Bounties, and Back I'ay. procured by  tba BubBcriber.  R. f JiOYD. Claim Apent. Aagelica. N. Y , 18«4. >; .. 140Uf  B A X T E  /Ti. , ■ y... ; ■ . .. '  lïistitttte flf ^lísk,  ¿ FMENPífuimm y  " (EstrthJisbed in 185».),'  /-IKuAent« gnduated in vocal/Kád^natr^mcntalilna .Si*. «B«l mnvieal composition. ; !  —-■------------------- -----BAXTßn.  Principal and f roprictor. MrSendforacircnlar 1406:tf  FACTninns  REVOLVERS. RIFLES,  A1 uNke ts QbBcl Cart  IjHfl^ the ljiiitoii StiVtiiH.yiM viiic. Also,  Pi^KtT ANii)||!|r REl^Ul^iRS,  Biflc.<:i$ht)t&nn BirrclH.A <Jun Matm-iftU, g^enneral-I.V. ho!d by Gun DoaliiV» and tho Trade throughout thecouutry.V . i«.  In these days of House Breaking and Robbery every House, Store. Bank, and Office ehonid have one of  REMINGTON S REVOLVERS.  OireuUrs containinf! ruta atid descripiion ofottr Armavin tw furuisiittd tpon apiijication. __ ¿J.. E. KEMINtiTi^y .V:flOy8. Ilton,  ' MOCUE ft XicHat^^nts, ' ; ' ' Ko VouTiland Sl., Nvw Tnrk.  mar. 21.  SkUttà  íliü following.. the pen of Ma'  Aker, author of "BiAck m« to «leeiv" slt]ii>ugfi Bod, Ì8gw6«tlodecÀ>. - Î.-  ' ÔfâtTRÏÏDIS  Bom in ihi» fil^aclow o^aorrow.  Cradled In mduming aild «IgKi, ., Golden liair Hptiuklcd with tt^^arops  lliincd from hei mhtUet^ wut ey«,-i Tcar-drons more burning afl'd bitter-  ^liAttbcy arc flowing in vai|>,-^* ■ . Urphftn,(3eitrndie,  Dear Jittlo fnlherlo« hk^yV " --- *'  liuie Wrd outin thtttaTtt l"^ ■  ahyf-1M3^v<5rlirTi?fio"ar'iu?l Whysbould you tt'lhpt it t Rdtvare ! "" WrinK tho «alt bAptimn of  Out of your soft yellow lijiTrJ',, ''  And,, hinas you wandurcd from Heaven, Stok Ibti biiuht putliwiiy iigjdu, Orphan Gi-rtrudie;  : ,Go, cro-tbo niiiicl« lmv«.ini:iBud,.y<m>«: -  ily oiu i.f vv,^- ; i-i .  th^Demokracy. Wuz it any wftfider MjM we went under ? Ttier oint but ptit) thing left to us, and that wo Bthing^ly neglected. My lord why Lwuzytlie Nijgfgtr not made the antral liffger Uiis year vz heretofore ? He ji'the capital uv the Pemocrasy—its refii}?o—its tower of titrcnjith. I spoke in llurks county myself, following one of Ihera new fangled Democrats who hed set era all asleep talkin stuff to tin that they didn't understand, iloiintin the roitrum, I ejaculated.  "Men and Bivthren do you want to marry a Nigger?'^ :  "^o~rTrun''lirey answered, straight-  Thb O.ctoijer Et rx'TiD-VS'-p-i^jt; N-^sijy'^' Opiniok.o.v the UAUdis OKTJtfB-lJlB'EAT  OF VHE PUF.SIOF.NT/' '" ' ' (From the Toledo Hlade.)  UoMUKIMtX iUlADS, ) (wich is in the Stiiit uf Kciitiicky, > Octohbr 14. 1866. ) I wiizcallod in haste to Washinjiton  UiiÎKiii  Jchtison Diuielihitio pjirty  ou.s Stiiti's wicli lii'lJ'elcctions ort^ihe Oih ol October last. There wiiz '^Seward, Wulk Ai<i€UiHodt-utTd--I{Tnrdilf presüiit,. but \Vo missed Rayrpond aiicj Ik'ocher, they hc^iu, I ui'^erfttand^^ play led off onto "s* " i f  Tho Prwiident • Siiix-lglooinyT lie" liumrr anticipated i deleat. lie  DH. H, B. GORTON,  Frl«ndship. N.T. i i42o  THE SILVER SÍIRT!  Jtforo Durable,  Mòre Elastic  More G-racefol !  .^nd. will Iceop its tv 11 a  Jpotikln It« I»laco>»etter titan * any oti»«r svix-t.  Thlanew »n1 beautiful .stvie of gkirt^iratent-jri^UnA liv the Uroat  liSerieao Inititiite Pair, held in New York, Oct<& btr, ld05. a 4  SliLVERJiaEDAL!  highest prnmnymwer gicen for a Hoop Skirl,  ixxmin  XIAM^ onici  iifie  Toi  DYSPEPSIA.  pn. 8TniCKl,A.SD'S TOXIC is.a Xdiicpntratfil preparation otibots »¿a herbs, with ¡ijitia^ids and cariuiji»-  _tivjjK to BtrciiKtheu the stoiu'uch and  ..... ' I . «ervoHS «y«ti!iii.- It Is acvrtttin rem-  •djRJot dysiwptlifor iudi«<isti(.u, -nerionPti6Rsr1osE of apputito. acidity of tho nunnach, flatuU-ncy and deliil-ity. It ia liot aicoliolic. thycfore X'aiiit'ularly sulti d for weak, uervoiifi and dyspoptie piirsoiia. For tale by ail DruKBisto everywhere at $1 per buttle, jau" ly-"ui6 « ^  DR. STRICIilAND'S  ■ " MELLIFI^UOl'S  Cough Balsam  la warranted to be tho only preparation bnont) to cure coughs, coldn, boarsciie8H. nsth-ma, whooping cou(;b. chronic ccniKhs. conBtuuptityi, bronchHlii >n<l croup. Be in» prepared fn>ni honey arid horba ti la hoalinj». aottMiinj», and expectuEitiMg^ 6iid" particnlafTy miltabio for uii afrcctiona of tho Throat and Lungs. For aalo by Druggists «very-  wbero.  Cure  for:  Piles.  DR. STRICKLAND'S  Pile itèmedy  __ ___ Has cured thouaanda of the worat  caaoB of blind pilea. It givea iniincidiato relief, and etfects a permanent euro. Try ìtTìlvec tly. It is warranted to euro. For aalo by all Vruggiata at 5U ceuta cr bottle.  BUSINESS COLLEGE  And Telegraph Institute  This la the inostr>rac<i>aI and thorough Commerclnl ollege ^Q the Statea. It haa been established twelve 3reara. aHd bks Siicurud an UUpHraUclca reyuUkUou lur  praticai and thorou»(h instruction.  IM:5Í MAN^imi».  Wc can B.^ely My, tÍiat -u<^^i!^rt:ihittoir íí íhe world •hr.'3'prmVíicféarníi'ru fl rat cías« ponnícn tlian the Buffalo College.  BOOK-IiRr.PINf;.  Evtry varirfy of SingW and Douiilc, Entry la taught, froni tho iiiòst simple tt> tho nioHt Tba,  School ìh irruded; consistingof Prìniao". Iheoretical and Priuitlcal DeiKirtinonta. The Practinil depart-iueitt la tlie nioai perfect Ryatcìu to bo found in the worM.  MVTiiKsi\'ni;s.  TUorotiah instruction in given in Commercial Arith-inctic atid the higher mutUemivtics, when dusired. ro IIKItl i AL  -, - , ' PuiuIm become t'amili;ir witli th« I.aw cf Partner-  , . ' ' •' , . , 1.1 !'ihip, Ajfciicy, C.intracls, Commi-rciiil l'apcr, Aie., .'iic.  ^ Tne Bteel wuh a fiMR ^^ Ttíl.KuRM'IlINíi.  wlrrO" P'aei! ofa eottnn còvi nn:,') ,vv!tiq:i will nnt , a,.jmrtn.piit is tìtted ui) In tlu» 'm'.«t compie t  wear off or hei-onie soilci). nini t''i<i « Imli' SUirt ' styl«-, !md ia in i-\r.rv n-sprct eivi:il, il'iiot auperior ,t taay be wasbed »vit'iout ìiijurv or fear of rusiinfi. ; any instituto i i (iw l'i iiod .siatcs. •nd wlll be aá good as new. ' . St•íí0liA^^^liíPP.  ^ílcUolílrphip issrtíd in ttiifi'rollcgo will begood for any Icngtli of time in Fort  THE  COMBINATION ^^ ' SKIKT  -r  S^hVEU  •TÌil* Invention oombitii«» with th<» ordinare bótton Ijklrt t^aadvaiiiag.!« of our.STTVJat .SKIur; tho^liot; ipm l>(i>ops nre the eame a» thoM; u^rd in the «jlvai-Mlcìrt. the covcriiig of-w'hil-h ¡nnnrtt w.-ar ft r.'wHiìIe tll« upper onus aro coveTCil « liU oottoii fio lady fiuv-tnc iópoa :worn dU"! of otjrslOrts^w^llJje wii;hip:jl<i «eàràtiy other, a« the lonvir Iioops of ali otlii-r Kinds •r*» «oon ìnjflroti iiu.l /.;)il>'d. .. ^ 4 s  best' maturiaLs aVe nspfl:t:i tnoir ja'iwtrvaattn; •ndV iro:h their diirabjiity and u<-atui ns tu< j;aru du.i-. Un(jd|, ^ bccome a , '• ' • , . . . s  " A FAVORITE SiCiS^T»]  ■ |f»ò'}<^h>red solely by WlBK MaMìì^ AClfKINO Co>ri"ANV,  j- T .IO .S: o-J li.\itCL^T .STURET.Ì '  . ' ; . ^ NEW YOJllv.;  f ' T. S. Speri y, Sup't.  BICKirrLL S  iì«llt CoU. • infiirmatio»-  coiiipri!'-lUrctu  _ ■filli III'  ^BRTÏNT Ä: STÎttri^tS.ilniîaltn^. Y. Apnl.ll lj^r.6 ly: ___  i: jy. ÎIÀKDÈVi LLE & SONS. OENERAIj. IÑSÜRANGE A&ENCY.  UFA'.' flRE ASÍ) ACCiPEyTAL:  i ■> . . J í « - ■. '• ' ; ï ■■ . ..  Asscè over A. :.... jl.S2e^000,Q00.  i'i it i 'jiss.^fe  «f)ccied that' liövinV'«h()\vd'"'liiss<jlfi Ihrongh all tlio N('.rtli^fii States^ iht-r ought to hcv bi'ii eiitliodsiassm oiK-ugh t-'vulved to carry em without tioubh*. Tlic fault, he i(-!!!urki;d, <,»ouIdn't be witli his policy. Ther wuz Kpthin so grand, so Kul»iijnely sifftplV-.iir:ft, that it wuz incornpruliensible to him why ihij people heiln't-iit oiioe.-a^ppted'kf!^ \\Vhy, look at,il,»./SiS:d:iJj[tt.-^^»I offuS t1ie people uv the North peace, on the simple eoiidisbun uv sayin liotiiinniore about the war, or the mutual trouble wich they iouiid theii^selvcH intii^«witnd' rushin int(),tii^'1irniRlj« their ¿oiithtui^^ bHulirerrund «v em bucjf jiäj, lliey oÄ. ? öti ! liow.XcOod  they be so blind ez to refouse these olivG branches.  lia,n4ulL replied j^ia^ hc^cqodijt^, uii:. ^ertjtand it^ but Jie. lied!; sü^mön|d^ a I'^sttnasiei-^ to :iitte1lH^ ^P"  pinted on Iiis 'soTeiun assliooriUice'^ that" lie could carry enough Kepublicans over to our new par'ty to defeat., the l.'nit)n member, iuabat district,Ii^cH he notist by the {iäpurs-vvuiz large majority than he hed CTcr re-see ved, and he wuz in waitin.  'Brii.g in the wretcli,"<-i8hQuted-the President, and the guard%l>ruiig hirrf it»; A triizable löokiu Jolijicls'^ie^'W^ Ez soon ez ne saw the siern eye uv the President fixed onto hiai, he sunk to his knees and lifted up his baäd| implorinlv, without KöTin a word. : / . . ,  "Speak," sed the President, why the t'»""» "^Dimdcnsy. H. result uv ytjor Deestrict ?" I a mgger_t.ecause iSt  "My liege" replied the wretched man, "I know not. FaUhfully I'^kboty ed. but the people woi^d come info the house holten Ijuy^r  hohthi n^eni soTong ez I wuz spealiin, which vvuzn't conducive'to 3isi)iay8 ■ of orat (n-y.,., The pa pel a ^ W<)0(r J)u6li^h my own utterances six mouths beforej wicli confused me somewhat, and the ublishiu:st would read at ni#j_ypor' spee.cjies wich I coodn't akkotiiit, for. 1 sekoiiri'd for yoo suihin like a dozeii' vote«, but I hey wnz then ez .«stipulated lor places uiid«'r and 1 hed hard work to git em IVom the Union party, ! iiiid till y wert' sich ez didtis more haru) tliiin good. And besides—" .  '•Kiitin." said Johnson, ''remove him." And the, poor iellow |t?oz buifdl(hi  out. . J  knowd' wat? ^wuz  —iSecietary Welles ^ I lie in;i tier.. It cViuie. ii v tiiliin. G^ryint and Farrygiil aloiig on'the' extil»sioij ',!t ili.stri.cicd the £itt|;nlion^uv*th|i pi^»ji>le. Ilf'd tln re boeh liidxxly but the Trebi-deiit und the. Cabnet ■ aJtiJg ih^'e woi)d<fiit Ucv blfi UoinKly to }lurrah',(oi-,  and the ¡iubfittiii ttoothaiwidlijditi Kiefe;  HomM'i^-Insurance ..... .• H kinonlyjcrk V ood hez Lu.ipressed  M^ffbiH.iitfliU, " i... .... l en.iwiaitiio pcui.lo willr nniii' -than tfii*y did..  ni'S'. Aincrit'a, P.i.......... ... I.7:n.lMrtO() .. ' . i i ..r i  b.;WHid.wiiz coiiiultnt tiiut t^e-.elMCt-iiin wood heVbill alt right cood it,' lA- v bin }io.slponL'd ninety daA's, wUi^'h ¿Mci Cuiloch uttribooted tg the jim ; 3,:i4s:fti84:!ikiu.\vledgeaht' tiiassei'liad uv,^ lujeiny-  . ______;!Oii.4:5t 1(1 , ,. _________________—------------------^-"L-  iTrmrirkTTTr  <»f i;i>ini>aiiit-R I  .j >i:ig.vr.i T-in;,ljis,Go., N.-Y..........  th.j. SiLVEU, SuinT Aiîi>*;.-?f!tf>liî'ttàà : " ■ Í .........  I'ernijnia " .........  b<i»'''ty  C.lnUiiolital'  JOtí-ínAiional '^ttiVRet  1,-îil.l)' 0 OU 1,()7;V4H 40  t-r  j.srt -.HST'on  t">14.1l>l IS  ï iL. B1 C EXTL Î7s~"s Y R ïï PI  ■ THE GKEAT  CHOLERA REHEDY!  pi ^oti r. j i) 'afr|œa., «.'l'O^'è  itntnal Uuii. Ji, J-,.  .+3iqmritngT:Tfu.ÍT(íti¡rai!C0 00____  Ne.iv VArir" .V-ie!'!c"ntaI.:.....  't-  A «K» - . - _ - __ ..................  vàVr> iir Oaniii m S (»i-äcli or Hv»ei «r Miu» ^t m*' "' I*-'" fi'ioj^i- &c ..i^iii ix'W'rrMnttd tofCjiÄ«, o» «'O ■ Uiiowiv «»Mt-aiilfï ««tU'ii-t aiutici •• oí <ip a'e ori'ar«* t'C Mijr iv a^-m.^tic. vt-r. tiira*-•ni fr« t'-f fiii'd ho* »'iry in It* ef?««!»; •»ifciiîpni'it« ■h>'•«•"iiî; te'wiViie • «•hHiirij^iift'oi^ú'if »i-IIM) t»fniiieili«i»'4< lie',»tid « 'a 'e "f tlif H't elc. wiT'^«r.  nio>ef.*ner<*OulitUK i>t Un-»«' i.c's: i.-^ilit.^l-y »>!' ih •i'iiil'(ir ci^'ïlira? and trt Ü '  r^pamt -nly m Kl > W a U i » ^U r TO Pi ovi.tMi.-.-, M.J Dgwy.BAt.tKM Si < o; Q wrx »ifft i -, ; I.Vi.'Vmn /  Ap^ lÄircBtSpn »f RartB TBL^r^îll *  umçmm'ftr  tHlTW{L<;KbTME«|(  'JJ>)Tai. AÌ4.ts, /fo^Iiisnran*;« paojuptly effiir.t«  « > i ¿  r." írTb-rTiSírmTí ;.......l,C4n.48(VlW  ........ V'áO.Ol O Uü  i1 l>y mail nr other-ol» all kinds of  Il L ' ! tini abovo C7inpanie.<i ol  ci.-iiity with (18.  i-'ieâ^àiltôi|x^unïcatiôijiprompUy aiiendcd to. jOFFICE IN THE TOWN* HAM.. CNION STHEET,  f. D. MANDETILLE.  ":■ fV^ O IfJ Í  lì. yi^yni^'n-i^,.  w. ji. M.\sDEVii.LE, .VVat then?  "I wir^ reUestrd^ii) giv« my vièWt», wicli I did. "My ioi'/bi,'! sed I, "no.nc uv yoil hev got tbc ip-e. \Ve Vvùi'beêt because vvç lelt the iuuiliçarlçs^-ttlra^'s wlrtit ailí'li uá-^wi;^^ mai ka. , Wat lied w<'>o 'gì)? !nt(| canvass Avitli? D' uucrisy? Not any lor tliât wiiz squeÎcÊcd'àt FÔilàdidpliia.  cnin up to wust.  »Do you want niggers for sou-in-law?'  "No I no !"  "Do you want law to prevent you from marrying niggers ?'  '«'Do yoij^vunt to be marché^ up to the polKs,by those who tjill ydui how to vole, beiiide a nigger?" X "Noîno!'-^ r i -  J "Then-Aot^^-tho Demok^at^<^ ttckctT" and they replied-- 5 , •  ^ "We will 1. we will !" Yoii see, your Ííxslency, ìlio . Demôkrutic ; rnind isn't helìy ennll to ki»tripiond tliein fine argy-meiitK ez to coiistoosimality,-et setry, ainl when u .speaker deals in em they suápoct his Dimekrisy and fight shy ol' him. Bt.L tiigger tiiey kin all nndeK stand.^. It's soot hill to ithe Dimckratic ^nindCto ^be continyooally told a that ^Vuïïô^is 'soineïïocly lower down :in the théy (lesirc a inlVrifir race, and' ■|fteriyfine1icv bin pulin tlìi» nigcr down toward them fer years. Did yoo not irtLii^whmiey^Qii wc^aickscedcd m^ eniiig an enlhorsia.sm wich .,when wo neglected oi'ieelecttd other issues wo jtiM to ¡get?-. - _ ___ ^rlt- 4s~HjîTsed ' upon :p1iiT()soplucñr tr'opths. The poorer and meaner a ill is the more anxious ho is to hev  Some Chotora PIriniwtmt.  A Oincinnti locui pr«ficiited witb  ft Bample of a "deodorizer and choler» disinfectant/' withJi,.r«qtte«ito «otic« itJ Hi} mye he noticed it ai soon •• bo smelt ir, and thus relate« the sequel  Didn't wish to terrify tho. family by tho ostentatious display of cholera precautions of an estruordinary nature, so we took our patent deodorizer home secretly, concealed under our coat. . Terrible comrrfttibn in the street cur. Tho windows were thrown up hastily, lian-kerchict's applied furiously to th^  i^a _ ________ .  iit Uiiderstocd ' that there's somebody 'stifl pijorer and nuianer than him. iJence you notis that tliefli individ-ooals who see a -5 cent pccsu bo seldom ez to not know its nacher, and who cajitrKe^p the flag uv distress wavin frt'inv the'aeat uu iheir pants, who, ef n iggers wuz sell i n at a cent a ptiese, ctHtdent ruise onouge to buy the toe hail'u"v one, is the most ardent friends of Slaver}'.  That pitiful man wich jest left the presence wuz not to blame foi;_ the. re-¿vWfn his Deestrict. lie tried to earn 4)18 #re:ad, but what. coM he do? The. ^||ishnist knowd he wuz bt>ught with il price, and lafled at him—the l)imo-cresy, sicli ez voted, we'd hev got anyhow. Them ez didn't vote nor do iiuthin, v.Qz; the upper cla«8, r wich ex-jp^c^'d th^voiKses tbi'mseive8;^and"v.'uz ■iÌisgVKtèd^^tecordinly. ;. r ,  "Aiy liege, I hev spoke. Yoo can't do jiothiij with a new party, fur yoo kin oiilyfgit the piiriocrisy to jine it, and tlltiy^vplit (Io it onless the offices is. throwd iV«. 'Yòb~c:Mit Ì!:n the Dímó.cri-sy only on one issbo,and that's the nigger, for its all they kin understand.. So long ez the nigger exists, Dimocrisy en-dours—when the race becomes extinct, the party dies. Tho two is indissolu-biy bound together—one wuz created forJotUer.and tother for one. .When No^h cust Uaip^ bo laid tho founda-  ' ............Ham wuz turned  Noah got intoxicated—iiis misfortune originated with wine, and whisky, which is tlie modern su bs ti too 11 he relor^ beia lhe,mo tiv« l^(me!f'^^v Deen pèrse-  ctitin liim over nince. 1 attriboot the ^ficHiie uv the Dimocrisy to the bleech-infqut of ihe.afrikin, and that's why 1 tifose anVai^amasbun, Yoo cant hate a mulatter only half as much ez yoo kin ^ fidl-blood, and it will be observed tliajt,the intensity uv Dimockrisy has debvéaséd 'precisely in . proportion to tl'.e scarcity of pute blacks. Thus Di-mockrisy is-c»imtnittin suicide—^it hez ífeewii tì^ means uv its own destruction.  I rdftilt Ivótíz tliefes any yobsje uv talkiii. The Coiigi«;.ssmen elected this fall continvoo in ofli, my liege, jist pre-«^'z.l'ldg fz yoo d<», to a ,day, und by that time tiiey'll hev it all fixed.— ii^^ our iavor, 1 rlii 1 ili m>t. ^riHrT»reak commenst »inÍMliii'e'iilid .it . increased as it pro--gresiscd. W»;'i e gone iij^ The Àbliij>bn is'l líñighslih gleeiind the nigger shows a|l,his ivvritiV . Wt'. shel hold our plac-"«•s T^vo^Va'rs, arid then fare well to our  n ; -, ^ • . ; 5  . "lijii^v yoo, my lord, butl can'l holp Éz tór-nìymnf I kin save enufl" lyit uv. niy Ptjsi OiKs to start a small grocery* át the expiration uv my term, :4n<i-IbeUi farevyi'll politics. In that plyasajit qalfiii Ì'II fl.)te down the stream dtf nytil ^eath clones.tho poHs írml^'Tíd^flHTKt ruggle ^r hev said:" 1 Tfiy Cobfevetice ended with this, for they, wuz all too much eifected to say any tiling, ' Seward murmured suthiti  • » - ' ' ^ tbe-ofilj- Article UB  m-iiii  tke iron pas«  •m9othljr,(urer this £lotta, jMvinff much tim« ^nd U-"»pr,. ^itl^ tnncb loa«  «ot wear out io soon.' -  " 'kdhn thi WorUi  eonveniel^  ■ — .» . - .»  lOfes hat^ iMhî  , - . T  l'eí:e.r on ,my< rtiUöf> l«Ä0s J|ie PhiUdelphia Convention, J^ tai|i<,yd awhile in Bèrk county,"which'-U FeiUit^y;lvaiua| and ia, disting^miied fn? theVn'íñíiinity with . which' ínéy^ vote IViriocraçy ' They J^ari^fd doßn^e^ (Hor^n six we'eks.ago that tljp. warjwuz Iheftràriî ^ ^^ííWetil |tir om up oni|rii_ftja,„. -Tajies-^they^Wjg'  NCW UMF CHa^r^ - 1» ft^  m ummu mwm.  •«.IMklMI:  AÄCH'jlowco  m VvMou St.. Mmt Tortt.  and a general application of camphor gurn, of witich each one had, a supply in his pocket. Profane fellows swore at the Board of Ileulth for not cleatuug the streets. One was sure it was in the gutters ¡ another tlmught it was in the air ; a toper, half drunk, said he was satisfied "if was in the (hie) wiiter." ^  "Pll tell yon what it's in,said a ^iotimy -m i«»r^yeii^g na-8ustiicionelij^ "VVhat?" .the passmigers yelled with one voice, -"/¿'s in 'thecar!" _ Wit h a wild yell, they jumped np at once and tuinbled out, leaving us all alone, and monarch of all wo deodorized,'. : . ■ ^ :  Got into the house imporceived and dep(isited the diwiufcctant in the cellitr aiul then huni<^Ll)ack to the office. There was « goo^d^deal oHl alluuTiJur clothes, so tniich so that ono^ br two men that oSved us bpnoweti money a voided us altogether. Felt enrtitions iijLlLii-regioii-ot4lie-8tom{rclrthat^ei'e diHagreeably miggestivOi^^^^ - G little alarmed, and conc'.uded to deodorize the_diB!J)fec|auti- whicli-w© did -with a ^luss i)f4)randyT--i'^lt a little^ better t>ursclf, but began to feel alarmed about thp effect of that disinfecting compound upon the family. Uurtiod home—found the house shut up atd nobody in. Terrible smell albout the honse-^rcighbors all terrified. Asked  GtláWttwMsBinMiMr«  "Love niiea t&e emnp» tlui covnei! Mid court/' some fioct saiif. If that fs ii«tth« ekacf quolatîott our readtni will pardon mc. What ir« want lo ipet at ia that loir« is powerful—that it 18 a lever which,with a proper fulcrum, will move the «orld. Loander for the sake of Hero swam the Hellespont; a young man of Toledo, for the lake of one as beautiful as Hero, allowed her father to flounder in the turbid waves of the Mauince an hour or more last  like this:—  A younj? ïrishmaa, as "toîght a lad as e?er crossed the say," was and lad been for some time desperately enam-orated of the cliariuit of a young maid of that race, which love was retijmed with Interest Tho mother of the young lady approved the nnitch, but alas ! (wa» there .ever a love affair  one of them where my family was,and he said they had "gone down to the bone-boiling district to get out of tho suhHI.  Opened the dodiVinii liad to cT^^^^ again, the smell was so bad. VVent round the back yard and saw the rots leaving in great precipitation. A neigh-bur stlggested that a eandio be lowered down the diimiiey to test the foulness  tho enraged young one away from the 'domicile before matters civtno to ex tremities.  Pheliu was in no gojpd hn.mor that niglit. lie kenw Kitty lovtjd liim, at.d he also knew slio wmild father or no fatiior, but ho was a prudent young man. If ho should marry her and the; olds gentleman sliouldn'V do the handsome, how would they get etartedj—and how~wonld they JiveT  Love is all very well, but it don't fur-liiaha^houso^ neither can it exist without, beef and potatoes. For an article of which 80 much is written, it is terrible matter-of-fact, and besides, Kitty • I c .1 u 1 was an only child, and if he married  >>!ilfif»n« It» tn« i»nir»'linnrnnnn itnitin- fill : . . . ..• ° .  MWf UElf GüüíS juit arrív«? W --at A. LOCKBART *  used td,'i*B4tKrt speaK^f wuÄC talltirfg'u v^ Ifte w it, wich they all c.i . in our mutual friend ''^Miif' tbevhed aiiui hated as a Ablisboiat d hedn't heard yet that he had jin«d  ^iW»nt5t ^Auld;be altright in sixty day^ •Mfiit thì?re wv2r rrrr; deiijitr^th;^^^ pe&p|e|\^Uf. haiipy, but no oiie paid any atieiiiion to hirji. I went horjie Jeavin «ràUll iiitearsì ,,  . _ . Petbolei'M V. NASBT, Pi M. i lil ; (vvich is Postmaster.)  j —-».H.-—— ,  ^ cì^iOf l^TSi tlì.'kt almost ali of up liko so tmjch, c«)titainà twenty difl'erent ar-iicleà, Ìé Aiit f Telatile lól^ chloropliyl, wax, resin^ gum, tannin,. theine, cxtrac-ì^re," ^pdtfièméi «Ibumen, sulpliur, phos-f^ujijw| ch|urid^,of potassium, oxyd nf Pon, M'irbonate,* Bulphate, and phos-|>l|ate| yf lime,carbpnaU) pf magnesia,^ mag^ne-se, aild* éilicia. Tlió peculiar^  cpm^ljiu^rijty 'tó^clare^ thai tea la uot obly an ks-^d |i;lutent, but also that ifr  an  ringea.tjani_^  liiit^tive properties. Both a wdfoflv^Q |(;t upon the nerves "and e bfait}, with tf quickeiiihg^ and i^-freshing inflnence, but wheo taken in excess iare prejudicial. • „  Saloons Hi the néighbôfbôô^^^ imnicnso business in the sale of brandy and whiskey. Flannel belts iii demand, A coujitry woman with a load of watermelons mobbed and driven back. Arrival of a police officer, who arrested us for keeping a nuisance on our premises., Explanations made, aud wo were paroled until the house can be opened; Burnt some pitch on the front dooi: step, and were tju^cnab^^ lo WmWlipIlEc - w mdâwsvv^y^^ neighbors said they preferred cholera. , The disinfectant is nearly abolished now,rand family back agaiitf : enjoyt'ng their usual health; They say tliey don't wish to be disinfected anjr more,  . ÀBeminisôêncêof tluWu:.  A Richmond correspondent of the jSTew York Times tells a curious story i»f the jnanfier in which our Govern, ment, dnring the closing days of the Rebellion, came into i)o.sse8sion of the testimony of Gonçraf Lee beforfe a eonr-niliiee or Uiu RuUeî Gougrcss, wUlcli was wver reported to ttk noXiSes; unless in secret session. The writer states that aijjjgent of our government was hiddeuLin a closet of. the room where Lee testified, and took verbatim notes of the priceless informati<)n whic:i ifell from his lips, showing the otter hopelessness of the Rebel cause. Tlie remainder of the story may be told in "the language of the correspondent :  "A second party walked leisurely through tlie streets of Riiclnnond with it, until upon the environs he enciiun-teri^d one of the common country carts >f this section pr(»cet>ding with the half uf a mnvly killed beef toward the Reb-  iiicatioji that the most~lynx-eycd could perçoive pass(id,bt}tween the man and cart,, but the former gradually changed bis direction, and " was soon walking back in tbe direction he had come.-— The cart wi-nt t)n, reached and passed through the llebel camps without molestation, and readied the pickets, where it halted as a matter of Course. The beef was destined for the house of a plafitcr just beyond the Rebel lines, and in plain sight of their outposts,and abotit pqui-distant iHi'.ween them and our own outpost. 'These explanati(»ns ^iadt»7 aiid-.rt^rek^s-«carch inibe cafr made by the Rebel sentry, thatTs, a look into it, the cart proceeded on its way.  "Just as we neared the house a'small  parly^if-XMir^i^lry^iade^a-di^  iind to the utter suiprise of the Rebels who saw the whole aifair, our; men only hovered a moment arouiid the cart, then gallopped back With ono more Iman than they came with, leaving the cart and beef, and driver and mule be hind them. ïh^X  and the n»an had a pack»g«% and the package contained the statements tof Gen. Lee before the cotnmiltee of Con grësà a féw bT:urs before.  "The fact of oblaining this Information is unrivalled in the anncls of war and gradually,! as the facts ;Come to light, it will'be foond that Grant had every- day^snck particularJinformation  HvlKitrieffi. Davis was^ talking about each day iti the most > private of his conversaticns with bis -ÇabÎTiet and Mtjgmb^M of his Cojigress." •  - They have o^er at Newtown, in Jer-tey a Belgian horse, standing twenty  Ifft. 4.  ceiiCtrBBSNT WOLtJTIOK mMIS« to«» «en la tfew vdlma nstrTCMqps^. í  ^^ HVmM «0 niaia mik»mta»atr mr* tu UalM, aU oflkwfs «f thè Kcitna  Mtlir phjdCüAliy  •uifiçkDiljr to ]ierform mUituy  No. 7. . ■ -COMCVBßENT BEHOLUnON ««U<!V« te jii^tinff i^Cmamrejwrt»f.fifhlsca hm-  MtioM (irtbe^wtmhly coacat)^. that t&e.  SetwfaMf vi fll«t«ia(tTC»]ptrQ!W t> igiröctüj" to caaae th« r«Hult of the HM« óí «igU* tcea hoadred «ad wxty-fiy« to bc .(fiatai »ad bOüad, tuidet ilio aiip^tviMou of th* ScóetMy of lítate ia tlie nota gvtwnU «Uao^r MMt'fonu, and under tbc wiine proviiiioQB «s to prìcm to b« paid for gaid wurk, ss.tlM Stolé '^yt «f eiglitecnliaudred aod fiJftylhr« «ad Ìltai ib« •omo bti dUtrìbuttid a» fuliuwi ; ia áUdtliim to tbe "luital ouiuU)r" theniof, to mck ênqtot^ tiuB and Individool «ntittcd by ûv ì» ^"«Ini a copy óf the •«•bioD lav* of tlíki füiate ftfk vopy tu tk« 8i-oret«ry of Ktat« Uve buodied coi^t«, to  whhouta^^^ tte^gehiHTof the UnlVe^^^^  was. obdurate. He couldn't see it. Sii^riutcndout of Uio Umitiur oo*  had accumulated -...1 ..  prided himself  Phclirn, as we will stylo ouir hero (the hero of a story is always the young man in love,) hadn't a dollar to his narao^ it taking all his earnings to keep his mother ati^d an iuvaljd »iisier, 'rhe. old gyntletnan liad inglior ideas for ins daughter, and last Saturday night the two lovers was made tniser-able forever by that liard-^hearted old wretch orden'ng Phelim out of the house, and enforcing his command v^th ia3tick^:_JQtty-(ahatJ^ >ve 8httll give heroine; w titlo always given to the young lady  angry man and succeeded ' in getting.  sent, bow about the property when the old buffer Death knocks him out of -time? "  All of these things, and a great many more too tedious to mention, wag Pheljm cogitating as howaa w^alk-ing pensively along the river the afternoon ensuing. A splash awoke him from hjs reverie,.he 8praijg_toward-the place, bo looked into the water, t^d^^ J^<w»d^ieayen8TÎtïrthF^urfacFcâ®élb^ bald head of Kitty's father I Here was vengeance for him. The old gentleman could swim a|ittle,jiiBt enough to keep above water * few minutes] there was nothing for him to bold on to; and nobody but Pbelim in sight. Should he let him drown and go «nd roarrj the girl ? No, he would save him. Insh generosity ovcrbalancs^ his love, and, seizing a long but veiy slender pole lying n,ear by, he reached one end to hiio. The old man took it; Fhelira comm<^OBd ji^^U^ thought stfuck hfm^náuá he «tíoved hjm piçk into the water, allowing"biu^ to stiU hold to tho end of the pole.  Dont ye know mCj old blaçk^ guard f 7 ! • •  "At coorse I do~pull me up I" "Are ye intirely comfortable- there in thé wathei f" "Pull me up, ye, spalpeen 1" "Faix, an' that 1 won't. It's the furst time that iver I sed ye in thé wather, and it plazes mo."  "Putmoupl" ---------- '  "Will ye conaint?" 'To Kitty—ye know well enough what I iiiane." Never'!"  It's all the same to me—ye may  thin? Think twico. VVill ye consint?  "Tlie old gentleman was becoming exhansted. He nevei liked water at beat, and the Maumee was to much for  hlm.^------  'YiSj I conaint; pulì mc up-" he roar-  huudred aud lifty copio«.  No. 14.  eONCpREOT IlE.SOLUnON ivlatlv« to lôïmiîig one of Uai grvKti tla^ in tb« Bvrcau ofMlIiiu-y recòrd tu th« rfgiiacDt N. Y. 8. N. Ü. to I» u»ed Oli St. i'Mtkk's 4»y. i2(aaW(irtho Renato concor), nuittwObfef of Ihe iliifim^u of unitary Ika>rd. I* «HÜ I»« it Ëcreby «utburùvd tp allow.tb» 25tb..T(%ÍG»«nt Of the natiaaal Kuwrd, to uw Jlh« ;i;rtcft  fia^ now .in taid btu cau. ' ou tb» occaitoa of their propo«i-d pnrudo 00 8!. ,Putride'« day.-» Tb« said Uiiq: in bo ruturuudjit.tbj» dM of. Ut* parado ou that day. , T-  No. 12.  CONCURRENT RI'^HOLC'J'ION relativ« to pria-^-tiuR-thw annunl. rqiort öi tbíff iDpariBtett^^ >pf publltí iiwtiuctlótt. ' í  Aêolmi (If tbe Sèiuitu coiKur), Th»tther«b« jprliitBíll,a{>LK€fi}iitaiíí thö rrp-iriiot ttMlMij;$6r-Intuutieot of^ntiUtvtitatTni-tiyn (inrfudimf th« Tcpifii» öf ffii* Iclîool comraiiirfoncnf and city Hutwrintvudc&t« mac'e to btm) for- his luw;—« fur lUu tichool cunimLMtoheni. city, Mpfxin tendcuts nud coimty trciuuren, t>ne-copy p;icb und tbut all of suid copies bo trimsitd and covered.  No, 13.  eOKCÛRRïTNT lÙÌBOtU'noN rdatir® to granting twfditioual powers to til«, dccutiv* coiumitteu of Uxit pthm Asioclatiea ofvNvw York. ^  On motion ofMr. CiUiücld : . ï*  -^liétUvtJ, That flf tlic tknlito concur) the Bx-ccutiv* Coiumitif« of tbe l^itioa^Aiaociatio&«r Kovr York, iu addiUou to tb« power aow po«-wHScd by them of cxiuaiuing on 'mtík all {Mrtea offlccn lo «ctuuil «ervice, b« authctflaud Map-point » co«iiniiHloqa of tbdc own m«iiib«ni «ritk authority to in vitó «ly former piiiim^ oSkn àof thia Stäte »ad any oúker now w li^tofix« ^necicdLwftìtj^^ :to «y"^  pettfTëforo^fem'ÂbdW^  outbòir oath or affimuitioa on ai^kttMf: «f  fiict and opUiion.wbcreon thcymay -  erto ez&fulQo^lfaem toucbitig  of our prions and tb« gon«nU «abject ofpliMa.  discipUao and govermaetit.  CONCURRENT RESOLFJ ION authoriiinff th« B^caUi of tb« Univerñty, with iL« xooasal of tbe «tate of FcnosylTAtiia, to reaev aad -^jrepliu» tbe monumeut nesr L«k« Xriftia Um» Wetitertt boiindary of tbl« Stat«. » Jf«Bfc'idL.(ltAhe Senate ooacari^JKMit-  formity'with the ti^ominciidatlon of fh«~]íé* gents of the Unirénity in their report «n th« loagitúde of tbe weHti:ra boundary of fitot«, -■ubmitted to tbe legixlatnr«»t tli« prewiat «li« ai<m» that th« «ídd li«g«nt« U «ttthuHaaá^-to make •och arrangvment« a« may b« foiiad ' d«> «imbl«, with "the anthorlty of Peiuwyhwniá,fot MBAwing and t^kK-ing iba *u<ium«ni>«i«K IjjMliri«, <m Uwwiid «««teni hoaaiaifla*. No. 23.  COkÓUBBENTBESOLiniOHto flint Mfsif of SiipciÜBkadbat of tba inaaramw .dfü^«  ««ni,.-.-....-:..—-—--------—------— --  JittoM af «he Beoate ooaear), lliat tk«w W printed and bottod fl?« oopi«« of th« Mpoff««! the loMuanc« Depakttimt tmt mch usshit tip^ögiilstef« srâi «tK thcitiaod fot ttw ' Iii-rr^»*—ÌnBUHjftCd IVfailMil. .ill. IhViiinenHHittetailaatyeav^  Ko. 25.  COK^CUBRENTBESOLUTXON re^neflÜBr «W • Qovemorto oooferupoB Biii;«di«r-<kii«tal J. Watt« Dm Pvyrter. th« bravcl rank «f Ha» jor Ij^tb« KatloDal Guariof N«w York. AiiofMdror^^ Thatii  a grateful duty to wekaowl«!«;« la a sait manner the Mrvlcc« of a diMtianiülwd dtiatft ». ivnderrd to th« N«lioBal  of thfa State, and to the raited Stat««, prior to aad tb« rebellitài, tbe Ooremor h« aad h« Is l«»^ by autbodaed and roqac«t«d,to eonfltr kM«' .lîHgadtâ'-Gôicria J. Walt« S« Payitor; the. brevel raikofllüjor-Ocncral in th« KatiasÉT Guard of New York, for meritoriou» shvími^ which miurkof honor diaU he siMed tolht commission'conferred.  No. 2«.  CONGÜRRENT KKteOLu nOK Wtoltv« »  and Homcpoatbic m«d]nt sodefy. Jícsoíml (if tho Senat« coBcut),. ThaA tÜiaa!  ed  "Will yogive nsa eettin'out?" said Phelim, who knew liis advantage' and was disposed to improve it.  "Yis;pull me up."  Phtdim hesitated a moment as to the propriety of tying him tO tbe dock in  the girl, before «aving bim, but be finally tliough^ could trust him out.  The event proved Uiat the old man* was as good as his word. The young couple were married, and  '^•^"J^SrTS A,  the wciety. fifteen hundred coito« «1 tiM acUoDB of the Homeopathic Medleal lloclctjr ft*, \ tbe UM» of tbe legüdatur«. «ndtwìeiva huadnA and fifty copie« for th« uce of «aid ««detf kovM ,,^ in mudin, and that no exçeivc h« iacorrod ^tot ' engraving «xcept for th« poipoi« of «¡bsÓM» ' edeutific illutratioiifi > ^  No. 2«. /  CÖNCUimENT BESOLUnON to famldb «us Mf^'ofthe «Uto to memben, .«ntlittpiat«^ of-the legHl^tanL,..: .m ■  fit for housekeeping into a éomfojrtable cottage which tho father of Kitty possesses and has heretofo.re rented.  His falling into tlie river was the result ofinordinate doses of whis^,which he commenced taking immediately a< tfii?  and continued at regular ¡iitervals,with an occasional, one between the inter  vals, np to the very hour of bia plunge.  He was in an oblivious condition,and would bave drowned but for the time'y presence of his future pon-in-law.  Whisky and water accompllàhcd good lor once mt least.—Toterfo Biaie.  —JTteS^^ful^^  in fiftectí minutés, making it cqufiU to the purest spring water.  Stsdi^ (if tb« Senate concur). That '  i«oftboCenau«Mnpoftbe Stato h* pftotoA for the nee of each member, officer aad Wiparts^ ^ of the legislature. -  Statu or New Yo«t, 1 i Is Asswinw, February Wth. f  - - - VM-dtttrpaiiill:  AwemWy z Ä J. », CUSHMAN, aertt. SxATE.ot N«w YoftX;. .Ix Se-natt:. April 20th, The foregoing resolution wa« du^" By ouUtr of the Senate.  JAU. Tl-JlWHXÏQBR.'CléA.  OtKitM, N. \ . i^ov. I fl^ The Banking Offlce oi Stowett^dM» ' berlain & Co., of this viUag« ^  tcred this woriiit.g about S o*clodk"^ ~ Borglar8,the Safe blown opeft awlriiU > of Its content«, abont and a large amount XxoveraiiMllloiWr^ - ^nds JLiberalj^ji^^  affcTjsA AtJJfa^^gj ~ ipPtfibifeaMgft-Jul .tfwtia-Burglars and irccovery of tbe SUte^ property,, ^ >  A B. Fay, of î^unenbarg. If ass.. hat grown on ah even thie^-quarttrs of, an acre of grourd forty tons of  hands high,and weighing  An Eastern ateaaier being recently, all on board b«io« liii iervert, except, an old lady, wbo Mii aho "would raiber rink tbaa go Mtmk-ing around."   

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$9.95

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Take advantage of our Introductory Membership offer and become a member for 1 month only for $9.95!

Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!

Your Membership Includes:
  • 10 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 155+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a Monthly Membership only for $29.95
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 155+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
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Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 155+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.

"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.

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