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   Angelica Reporter (Newspaper) - November 28, 1866, Angelica, New York                                 RVKHY  C. F, & G. W. DICKINSON,  Editors and Proprietors. ^  VKRMSi—PKll VEAn« «1 ADVANri:. -1« lOlMMi wiMR« pfty rncnt la doUrvA for more than Ifett* tt(»tti«, FiA/Coate aOUUtlcnuil will be charged  ir* jkan a lMV* *n4 «on)pleto aaaortoiont of plain  hid to da feandbUto. laweMoa, booka dbrvalara. card«, ' 'Mii in fiMt almoat all kind« of plain and ftocy print-latt »«at, prompt, and cbcap.  VOL. XXX: NO. 20.  ANGELICA, N. Y., WEDNESDAY, NOV. 28,1866.  eÍMMMto ttrt ViMM Woaywtfl, fmrjmt.  WHOLE NO. 1278  ttSittfSiS ©lUÄif  Fía E iNSURiNCE  Angelica, N, Y. * Morlli Ameiicait InHU&auce Co.  CASH ASSETS -  $751,653.57.  Avctic Imiirauce C«iui)âiiy*  New York City. CASH ASStíTS - - - , - - $593,973.10.  R. Ï-LOVD, Agent. P. 8,—The insured may paríicípate in net proBt. l.'^OStf  AngoUca, July 3, If66.  TOHFO: cömNs;i  ÄTT O RmT A H 0 C O y N s : U 0 R  AT I-.A.W,  Ancelfca, vgniiy < «»iitify. ^.Y.  Offiee-Kirft Door »:ast of Jcaptlst Chmab-  ^ SAM B O rTTO FASHIONABLIÍ ßAllBER  AND  H AIR'^BRESSEE.  : yiwt I)oor Wcut'of n^cf. Anp:elic».  Hornellsville  JP/i&uf^ance jlg^eticu.!  THE LARGEST IN WESTERN NKW YORK.  RcpresentliiK over 93.7,000.000  iEt,na, Ilnrtford,........067,455.80  lIoiTie, Now York,...... ..8,5«8.G74,1.4  Im.Vo., N. AnuM-. Phil.,.. 1 >731,1)00.00  riioenix, Now Y.-ik......l,663,b)2.72  Si'cinitv, Ni'w York,.... J,(5B2,81?0,24  ll:iitf..nl, Hartturii....... 1,583,103,02  LorriHiud, Nhw York,.... 1,103,OS 1.18 llotuv, New Haven,.. ,... 1,000,000.00  InlovDatiorial, N Y.,......1,000,000,00  jpiiceiiix, Hailfnid...... . . 937,000,00  012,871,78 544.4.''>5 07 600,000.00 500,000,00 440,051,73  TTrïTic, N<nv YñílíTTTTr... M('trop«>litini, N. Y.,......  Putiiitnî,TlIarif<)»d........  N. AmM-'cn, Hiirlt'«>r<l,.... Yoiikfrs & N. York, N. Y.  ,City Fire, Uarlfv»rd,......  Tríivehírs' Mmiford—Accidental,,...._____________________ 000,000,00  Now York Lifo,-........ .5.000,000 00  ^fífftril §0rtv¡}.  Tao Song oí Beccmber.  i come «-ben the forcai ia «trlpped of bloom, VTbeu ttarn aro nhivorlnf;  , .\fitb droopla.: j.cìvJf P_d»d 1 corno,:______________________________  Aud kiiüw ílftVi'a bind niy balr; My cbeoka ave IiuUow, uf ìì\,m ere wbitt.  My breath 1« ki-en ami cold— If my fileps ara iccblo, niy eye» arn briRbt, Ami lay tHiperH puicb vfUh a flerd'a dcli|{bt, AVbuievcr niy atuia euiold  I come ^ben Ibe flfids ara crUp aud hoar—  Tbo cotUserbfftrPiiiy tre d; I rap't^ip lup at h>8 ^\ilul('^v aiid Coor,  WliiJclio ci'zily cowciu In bt'd; Ow hie rrozfn pai 6« l ìiavr niy toc®.,  Aiul hi» di>ar...-ay pilo vjtli fnow ; Wbi'u luy peiicil ruovi a thure js beauty and grace, Biit tilt'eiiiibreuia ectnc, ond iny workn givo place To tbe luitilii Ü tìi^ir uoouday ¿low.  X H. Eggieston.  Wfttcb Miiltwr a nil Jwweler. and dealer__  iaill kindo of CIockH. Watoh«.-«, arid Jcw eu.y Kepairing done ou short uotice oud^fear "iaaibre terms.  A i«elictt. 15. 18(54. IHBftlf  Dr. 0. P Carver.  DENTIST  DenUl rooms over tbo store of 8. N. Rpnnett-V Co. iB aiJilth Pavia' Block, AUijeUca. eST 1 ■ "o partner. iji;t;ii  P E NSTO N S ,  0UNT1K6, and Bac'i Vn^, procured by  r-------------Trit:n7^v.77.~.T."$2r.;4.')tr,8i>í>,i)í^  Pnrtl<'9 deHrin;í UKLîABLK liiMimiiCo nt «"qiiUni.le raU'f l|nd U to their udvjv. ta^e to npftly at tilth Aiit'hcy tmforo ina.iriiig fir renewing ihjBir policies elf-çwh« n?.  ■ ORAN'E, COV K & YOUNG, A gt%  C. n Yoü.vo, W O. Co*jt, N MCkank.  hVV DUV GO »US at  )Uf" arrived LOCK 11 ART A  E. REMINGTON & SONS,  B  the Biio.-'cribi'r.  U. I.LOYD Claim Apcnt. Aneeiica.N. Y ,lKti4. HOllf  BAXTER'S  iiítittttcíí ÏHusic,  Y.  riìJENDSIilP, N.  (:KKt!ií>UHh.;.l in 18ô:î.) »n^ifi  Stodenta eruduutvd in vuc-il aud iustnimcntal lua atc. and tuuiucjl couipositiuu. . JAMES BAXTER,  Principal »ud Proi)nt!Vv)r. ' j«r Sand for a circular liüü-.tt  drThTbTgorton.  MAUFACT0RER3  REVOLVERS, RIFI^ES,  JSjCviJskets and Cai'bines,  For ilii- Uuiicil Stav-sSei Viu'. Also,  POSKET AfJD CELT REVOLVERS,  ,£t<;i»Oiit.lnt;f PlwtolH,  lilKl'K CAyf>\ fllA OLl /.\G IdFLl'ii Eiflu A: .Siiv«ttiiili n.irrelr, ii dtiii Jlatefiuli?, gennernb ly. SJid by oiiii l>ualers and the Ti-ado throughout tuo oiiiiilry.  In these dayg of House Breaking aiid Eobbei-y every House, Store, Bank,, anti Office should have one of EEMINGTON'S EEVOLVERS.  Circiilara coiitniiiniH cuts and di-.i-rription oi our ArsHB will bo iui uitihcd X pun iipphciition.  .E, UEMINar<>N A: iJONS, liion, N. Y. Mocue .Nlcnql.K, Aacnts,  jYy 40 C-mrtland St., A'pu' York.  mar. 21.  OUR BTAIKUi GLOSS  Is the only Article used by  First Glas-s ]iu(< Laiiiidiic'ii,aud Tiioiisaiid or FamiU;:».  Hark I the rh:g of the curfcr'« atoned While the river «od auRwern with hollow vole»  Frtini hl« priFoii no narrow <ind lone; I com»' n'lifii the ;altcB arc IrcZf-n belovr.  When the pcaliB aro snow-clad altove ; Th'^re in Winter und bUtthl wlicr« ver 1 po; The blastüore abrcad with wUherinß flow from tbe hps ot tlie Irlgid Jove.  .1 come wh"n the n aa )n is »teeped In ulonin,  Wh -n the filght-wa'ch la drcur and dark, W hen the Hnm>l and thrushin ibecoi>8eoro dumb.  And dumb ìb «hi» curly lurk s . I come whi-n th*» robin lornukra the wood  To hop by he friendly hen''th. And tihir# wltl) the bn;^n:f< wl'M iiLOisy bM^ jn iTfe hr'lisi-wi'p^^ Tented by tbeJjBiren CBith.'  I cmnp—ni'd *he old ma feel» my breath—  H-^whla shnuiien choi-U Ri^wi l ale 1 M'y tr< x n toiicb t« the touch of death,  -MyjpoiceJi hi.« iuno,ral Willi ;..................  lliB UR h s nffh i,RB nil tbe wall, - Fo- the hand i« »tlir that bure ; y.o more fhall he listen to the ccck'a whrlll c^U Anil the vi-sper bel', when eve's nhadowa (all) ß! ali Btrike on hi» a ir no more.  I come—and the pmpp of nir c1n»5>roy hand  t rn the maiden'B si.nl with d^ead. As »he dr-.im« of bmne In n '».iiminer land, . Wh' T.- her mother lorp In th i^ped ; OOi dlfr lie- a f-ra- ft'sv-hen the nio eoaics forth-  To rein* «he ire-bnuiid c'od. And wh. n Wirterflepd to hi" native ^'orth, Tb«» fl-iwers of Spri i« in th» ir early birth Shall bloom on the aacrtd sod.  I comf with a ihroud for the dying year I  ------To-t h e-^o-ín j^TWjltft-of-THn»«--------  The »•ifTcned corpBo will »•' cadly bear,  And chaiii-t th»- fune'al hynit' ; Thé (thnli n«<> on the n idi.i- ht blaat,  fl'iail !i ts «itli ibp tempe«'"» iii< an ; Will n the portH)' clo-e "f tlú>pe c ivt-rno vast, A >ear sha ! ^e ton.hfd »-¡Mi crn'nriea iiBut, Aoil my wo:V fora tiniC bi> done.  _ _ Tha-Unitedlitate»8«i\ator8hipr  The coming Lcffislutiiri^ as is well known, ha« to eloct'u Unit»^d Stutos Senator to succcud Hon. Ira Harris, whose term of office expiros on_jllji> fourth of Match hoxL ' Already the cunvass of preliminary to that  election has commenced, ;vnf1 it i.s ap-parent that wi nnusual number of can-tlidato8 for ihe dii)tin^n:sliud ofiico uro pr4'panj!ii io enter the lislt^. So far as we hav»5 heard the names of tlioNO candi diilt's nuMithiitcd, ihoy liavciiH ntrdnnbl t'dly, more or loss to rt coinraetid them upon personal jerounds; but the great majiirity, notwithstandinfr, havts - no  Hamm Labor.  ^Uödlancouji dentimi.  Old Fa^' e • Jones-  sisi ssr îo» o: ^ 'O»  Frtendship. N. Y» ' ruo  THE SILVER SKIRT!  Here Durable,  More Elastic  More Graceftd! jWndL will iceep Its Wliapo and reialu Its l»luce l>otter tlxan aiiyotlior ©Uli't.*®  ■"This new nnd lieautiful style of Rkirt (Pntcnt-«d Mtrch T.lSiHO whb. awarded by the (¡real Americau Institiitc Fair held in New York. t>ct'< tier, ltlC5. a  SILVER 31 ED A E.!  The p^f^niinm ever given for a  • Hoop Skirt.  ihc Steel Springs arc wonnd with n fine plated irlra (iupiat^! ijf a <M>tto»i wliic^i w4Hii<»»  wear off or become .-ioileil, ami the whole Skin may be washed wit'iout injury or fear of rusting •ad will be as good aa new.  Rmootlily ov«!r tho clotîî. saving mncn tijne -ind ia-bor, G-ooda dont! up withit keep clean uinth I'on-goi i'ousi:iiut;utly will not wear tmt so buou.  it mak-c.i Old Linen look like New.  OUR IMPERIAL BLUE  1.1 the Best in the World. ■ It la snlnblu in hard as w 11 as in soft water. It íh put up in the safest, neatest, und most coiiveuieut form of any oilerud to the public.  It l9 "Wai"raiitc«l not to ©tron JC  ________-------------------  AR«'nt« wanted everywhere, to whom we offer extraordinary Inducements, Addres«,  .SEW t OUK HTAUCH JLO.^S CQ,,  No 213 rulton jjt.. New York.  Sep. 19th 18CC:  Doirridi STRICKIAHO'S!  Tonic ». 1  DYSPEPSIA.  DK. STltlCKLA.VD'S TOMO is a concentrated i)reparation of roots ana hurbii, with uutiacida and carmina-  __tivcs to Btrengthen the xtomnch and  — ' ncrvou.s system. It is a certain renj  edy for dyspepsia or iudigestion, nervousnesi^, losi of aiipetite, acidity of the «tomach, flatulency and debility. Tt is not àlcoliòlic. therefore particularly suited for weak, nervous and dyspeptic persona; l'or sale by all Uruauiat" everywhere at per butUc. jan' ly- 71C0  DR. STRiCKLAND'S  MEr.T.TFLUOUS  CongU  no 3Iore!  Cough Balsam  Is warfanttid to,bo tlie oidy prepa ration Unown to cure conßhH, colds, hoar.ieiies.s. aslh-nia, whooping cou^h, chronic aiu-ihs, consumption, bronchitis an<l croup. Beiu» niepared from honey and herbs it is healinK. soitening. and expectoriiting, and particularly suitable for all affcotions <if the Throat and Lungs. For sale by Druggists (ivui-j--where.  The oM njiin wün appolttffd cliap-laiii of tln' .'^latf» I'lisKii, and a vi ry proper appniii nit n. it was. At tiic t¿m<' u lieu til«' aiiiMiiniCi'nu'nt of ill«» lart \va.< iiükIp, a mciulier i-f the Sr'.'tlb.-  ('¡MPflijivsidili;:- witliin ll:e r-tiipi ofj '-jj jj^p oiictif fliL' c rciiits will re ho liad prt-acli- ' t-d Ic-r y(>ai>!, Iiavin^c s(»nir bTisiiiO.ssi lo tvaii.'^ac'. with « no uf hi.s noijilibDfs, g"ot on Iiis Imi SI', an i liavinj;- lu pa.ss liy fiir Imnse uf biulli<'r 1:*. ou lii.s miid, i'on 'bulcd lu'pa.ss a juko uff" Nuw IkuiIht l^. Il (I been ail the days of Iiis  iinniiiii.iii a .Z'mIiiii-», aolivc, Kpirile»! lioinlicr, iuxmpt in Iiis rosponscs of "anirü." ainl iiicli bko, and aUvay.s tìf 111'd ppcnbaily delii^lited witli Fiiilii-r J.-nert'ii pi Lacliing", f<>r lu' vvoiiltl .sit II tlio corm-r of ilio clinicli, a'iH co-otwM'ato villi {Çieat satisfaction to himsolf and that of the minister. •Siciiig Ulis worthy, brother Blandina lieforo tiio diHjr, tho go^d limnon-d Tlltwîple födtriTjrfo tor tlie usual salutioii, accosted hini thnn:  "Brother P., have you' heard tho news?"  J Höf ri<í!IÍ Co be, cons!dero»T~in connection with theforthominf:^ eloction. We say tiiat tiiey have no just right, because tliin majority of which we Rpeak are men of the eastern part of the Rtate, —roprtisontativosof the particular interests i>f a section which it? already reprosonted in tlio Senate; and ua we' view the senatorial question, in the liglit of I xisting cirenm.st'inces, Ijiey  Trá^lK lo bö;"bu contest.  It can hardly bo disputed that Western New York has a rightful claim to the BöhVüoiHliip iiéxt yac^^^^^^^ this part of tiie State is socoud to no other, either in political or conniiercial impnrtai co, nr in thö wo'ght of its in-torosts, nationally considered, it baa ni'vér yet fillod one of tho neats, in the bjííher braiM-ji of tlie nMí^nal Jcífitila-turo. TÍie timo has now clearly como when it Tn iy roasotiably insist upon the occupanoy of onti of those boats for at least a o^iglo form. So confident do v.^ foi l that the jimtico ofHiis claim must be rocojriiizod, 'hat it seeroH to im quito an Idle comprmeiit to canvaK.'< the quabfioatiouH ami p'-rminal ric<int-mendations (if jront lernen belonfrinpí to the rtbor end of the State or to its ctMi-tral distriiííH^ . ........... " "  It i.s not »n- roly a pfoof^raph'cal claim which wo have to }iut forward in this part <if the Si.ile, but one, riirtherrnoiOj in behalf of tho prreat canal and lake commevoe whieh is. especially the ol)-ji'ot of tho Bulieitudo of Wostern New York. Senator Morp^an roprosents the i ni:«r:it nie commerce ef the State; he Senate a.'« the np:ont fif iin {Treat Oil stern mot i()p! il is-r-r a nd 4 hat me--tropobs iK'ver yot has boon able to comprehend those vast intorests of New York whioh have boon developed by th(i irraiid entorprisc of Di.'vvitt Clinton. At this time, pocnliarly and espocially, lluise viitorests doniand an iiumodiate reprenotiiatinii in that cb iinbt.'r of Con-i^ress wIkmo Uio voice of New York as a Stale is uttered. The contest of the Erie Canal with other ^chorno.s like that of the Niag-ara. Ship Canal, do-si^iiiod to carry the coinmorci! of tho West into the foroi^n channel /if tlie St. Lavvronco, has got to bo fonp^lit out within tho ntiXt throo ov four years— !l'hii cáiiabUmdllharxmuniGiuíi^  The most casual observer cannot but perceiTC that although capital throug* out Iho civilized world 18 rapidly con-ceutrjiting-into tho.httnd«wi£ tho -few, yel human inteUiiienco wilh equal stvideK, is dcvelopinpT among tho masu-C8 of the peopfc. This w clearly eviu-ced by tho fact, that every succeedr y-af's transferring the respect hitherto accorded to rauli, title, and i- birth,to capaci*y,c^terpri«o, and worth. 1--Neither a rnan'd unue.stry, his money nor his station are mnv thtj sureties of popular estimation, as thoy otrcc werej but »fan individuabHmkea-.ituy^rcttm  Hitm« to popular favor we hear the quoHtion ihsiantanoousiy propouudoa "W^hat has Im dono ' ,  Tlie favorable auHwer to thi» inter* rofeatory, is now, and' must hereafter bo^ tho, passpcirt^b all poUticaL favor and fiociul infliifence. The ancliorite in his cell, and the lottfer in tho street, niiist be content to stiller neglect^ and loaye preierment and consegnonco to tliosie \vlio trnter the lists of hiirrtiiiiity, and accomplish something worthy of their existence. Praise is no longer accorded "to those who Itjad . iiMUdent lives, nuitlier, are tlie rich cstei'roed, simply because they possess the means if making thtimselves uselul. Only in proportion to tho right use of their wealth can they be esteemed And this is perfectly right. Who n the sentiment universttlly prevail«,-thartindi^  rect proportion to a man's pniperty and iiifluonco are his obligations to his fellows, tli<;n will a higher statu of civ-iiiziiUoi! ibareachtid,—and—the^^ -l«ttt? contention between capital-and lubor cease.  Cnve for Piles.  DR. STRICKLAND'S  Pile Remedy  _________ Has cured thousands of the worst  T^BCB^Tf-biind piles.—it gives iinm«idi.%te reUrf, and ellucts a pcnuanunt cure. Tcj- it diri-ctly. It is warranted to cure, for sale by all. Druggists at 5u celits or bottle.  THE COMBIN.VTION .-KIRT'i  SILVER  THa invention combineswitlrtlitroTdtnary^cotttnr Skirt the advaiitaKca of our SILVRlt SKIIC f ; the bottom hoopa are thè s.iuie u«. tliosc used in the «ilviT Skir^ the covering of which oammt wear oif, while |h« tipper ones are covered "¡th cotton. No^lad.v having ouca worn one ot nu^wliirts will bi-willing to wear any other, aa the lov.'t;r hoops oi all other kinds are *bou lojdrcd .md soiled.  The best materials are used in tneir constructi»", ■nd, Crom thfir durability aud neatness thi-y are des-iined to become a  A FAVORITE SKIBT!  . Uannfactnred-- s"lcly by tho 8ii.veu Skibt Xsu Wus M*i>urACTu&iso COMI-ANY,  SO P.'tict.AT RTIIECT,  - NEWYOiiiv.  T. S. Sparry, Sup't.  Jane 87, ISMdyn^  DB  BUSI NESS OOLbEGS  And Telegraph Institute !  titKmrrs s y eu pi  THE GREAT  CHOI.ERA BEMEDY! _ _  Affò ¿eíitfTí, D>«r»»»œ». Çfto «"» Mor»m-^. Sunnie. -ing tlñrt'bain  Cothpal''^ J!^" -I  ■8t'-ni«fi»»rP*ln ft'" '¿»iiiï'c &e , »ikI i* w<r>Hni'd ' lo Cf'B». ÍK t.o I'»» i»p>n*l «•th'«"t a MÄ'-  .teiÄofopa'eori'are. I'c »Mg J.v »•••mi» <•. »« r- n'«-a*-80tt • niMd ha« «"ire in »t>» eíT-e's; ^a n»» nrd  ••ren/'h«'ti» h»--« ««»ip; »f« I'ke • «»iJiiin.-.Ci-, lif* «I-mu t«-iiii>^ÍA'<-1 ite-.and a'a »•">f O'e «et i 't wi l.«»-l*ft the <i>(MK inc'Mmiou* <>r th'»« t'.ca «oh* t>.v al iti «»»dl-m», »'l-iis.'.etui uir círt-iiUr »n'l tr» it Pioïlilt-n«--. « I  Kiorimi  This is the mosti.rarfiwi/ and th'Tough Comuierci»! CilikgCllJ tim .v;t4t<->i. It haw lirfji liHlatiiuJml .ve..r», and has necnrcd an unpar dh ltd reputation lor practical and thorough insirnclion.  We can B^tfely say. that no institution-in the world has produced more ftrst class yeniucu than the liut-£alt> College.  Eveiy variety of-S'ingle aud DouUlu Kntryi« taught, from tho most giniple to tho most coiiiplica.ed. '1 lie School is -iraded; consihting of Priiuary. iheoretic; 1 and I'ractical Departments. The Practical depart ment Is t.^e mo^t perfect system to he found iu the world-  M VTIIEM XTICS.  Thorough instruction is give» iu Commercial Aritb Kietic aud the highor mathematics, when desired.  i;o tMKm:iAi. •  I'upils become famiUar with the Law cf Partner-nhip, Agency, Contracts, Commercial paper, \c., \c.  This di'partnient is fltted up in the most comple t style, and is in every resptict e<i'ial, if uot superior ,t any institute i ^ tho (Ji ited Stat« «.  s« iiobAu-iirrp.  Rcholarslnp Ifesufd in this Coiiegt-will be poo"! for ary length of time in ilirtv^l^M i'olleg!:%,.co;^ n 1' r further i aonnatlon addrcs;« BUV.V.VT-& 4>XIUTXt>:i,4iuiIiao.-»  Aprll.ll IbOi; ly:  Prrparr'l ■ nly hy liÓw.\K^> -urroM  .©•■«■^"'Ha»:»'''!» 4'"O.O tiira' »(rt-»it  An invcntion of Raro ncrit!  à METAL TOP  i tAMP CHIMNEY,  THATWfUJlOTBHCAK .  DY UKATV ;  Biiras up ali «ai and smolKfi never breaju ujr pnUtsc«« * «h»cl« i ■bort. ièw  brnivyt ia (MMUy^^dDili^iiea by «»wttovui« tur j mrisit. m  . .-ftnd i» f»»t *t». , t^hmtU «bm it " teodnrctf.  j D. MAK DEV i LLE Sc S1)K3. GEN3RAL INSURANCE AGKNCY.  XIFE. FIRE AM) ACCIDENTAL. Assets over... •.. .., $20,000,000.  A»»««« of. ^ . '■  MetropollUn •» . " .........1,«4.  1118. Co. of N. Amerlc».?»............... U:n.ooo oa  Nii«at» Firo lui Co., M-T.............. 1,.'7(1,000 04>  MftUhattiu . « " ' l.O'tltHtO, , ,, -- , ,> „ ,. 1  iieraiMift •« . " mxiiosalti U ^vhy thr  Mi Mifr«^'""»»»«?*»  "Why, why, what i.ews, Brother S.; anything strange?"  "Why, thoy say old Father Jones has boon sent to the penilontiary for one year !''  Oii Tioaring this, brother P., witb un-aíFootod astonishniont, -indula:od himr self in such remaiks as, "Why, y.»^ ilon't say so?" "lmpo.s8ibk-?" "Is it roaily a f ic!.?" '  "Why."'siivs Brother S., "I guo.'^s thoreV" n i niistako ahont it ! I h<;ard it frotn Brother C, and he saw it in the papers, so 1 rvokon it must bo so  "Well," says Brother P.. Rettin^: himself down on tho trut h of tho riitnor, "now, Biotlior S, r can't say that I lint surprised at this, but between yon and me, I alwa3's thought old mail Jones wasn't tho right kind of a tn.tii. il'ht? fact is, he's bettor, in tiio-ponitentiary th m ont of it, and I told my wit'o that he'd fi^o then , ß.tino day."  Il.tvintr d I vorod-lrimsclf nf his •ipiiiion. and atier a f-w similar Com-Bi-oiher lelt liiiii witliíiiií—c*..  The Price of Paper.  The Qiiarterly (jMuirch Rcyi«^ for Octfibpr contains tlie Itdlowing .Jipon tho high price t)f paper : '  Wo are constrained to offer an apol-" ojry to our reader« for the inferior quality of paper used in. this and latu late nmpbors of tho Review. Tire pre« ent pricGB of paper are so high that wo cannot proeiin* an artide^tlutt-wo morly nse<l, without raising the price of the Review, and this we choose to fi void.- The i'sliorbitaiit c«'mt :of papef is tlie result of combination, and is an extortion to which wo «hall not yield. For example, it is ptiblicly stated that tiu; Oarow Paper Company of South Hadley Falls, Mass?, has just declared a yearly dividend of one hundred per cent,besides reserving a fund sullicient t() build an addition to their mill. Last year the dividend was one hnn-dr«>d and twenty per cent. Tlie publishers of one of the m.jst widely circulated school books haVc actually sent the stereotyped plates to England, and caused it to be printed and bound there, and shipped hither, be-  Sifinnfy ICiibtiîtinâ Jti^iity för Fe&toa-  l*ro« Ui* K Eveulni ^ort^J  The cities of New York aud Brook-ïyngave flfiy-aix thooiAud majority for HoÉfmtn. The remaindtîr of the State gave norenty thousand majority for Feuton, thiia overcoming llie vote of the two grtîat citie«, mid carrying the eb'Ctiou by a general majority' gf over fotirteeu thousand votes, - A mere Rtateuicnt of the^. majority does not tell much, this time, of the opinion of the State; for the vote in New York and Brooklyn was controlled to a very grert extent, as we  Bonal issues, which liad no connection with the single issue of the amendment. The Excise Law alone, for in-Rtance, brought a considerable part of the German vote to Hoffman^ which would otli^wisKiJhave gone forFentbn WllITnlormed persons are of the opinion that the Republican ticket thus lost not less than ten thousand votes. !.. îtgai it^ijlLtlie.grca^ persons who are in a iy wny,TÌiowever remotely, interested in or benefitted by the corrupt city goverraeiit,- voted iiga,inst Feuton and HoiTman. f  A little table in a pamphlet printed by the Citizens' Association, enables us to reckon up thé votes, whicli as a matter of course, went to Hoiiraan against Ponton:  Tiie 10,000 grog »hops of the city work for tho ring, §nd U caicb one ipjluinfipii but^-oofr irole- -%r«tf mòdcStcàicù'iatlòni tho reault la,... ..10,000 rete«. 1 ho criminal ciaaeea oro-triUi thó Ting  and can «Ivo..........................20,000'vctca.  By patting off trial tirt the crime ia forgotten, farnialilng am! accopUngstttw l'ail, holding criminals In terror, burj ing  of fr ends, and iu other ways, our offJciaH can aiako criminal characlvra very uieful to them.  The pambllng den», bpotholii,' daace-houHeit, lottery shops, conccrt aaloon», ' %  ire., will easily'Rivo.v.........................10,000 TOtei.  Theamiy of worlseraonpubUcbnUdinga ________  ...... - -........ iiar '' "  an(t r«^ds, and tlia fwid of ufflc?i-io CMahddependaiits, and the friends of all tliese, givo.\......................................-20,000 Totei,  Maying a totid of................. .60,000 Votes.  —Enough tv carry any charter election.  it IS thus sliown tliat »i.^cty thousand —or if we take. Brooklyn and New York, more probably ^5,000 votes wore cast against Fenton and for Hoff-tnan, on Tuesday, not on the issue of iluranieTidtnentT^TToF^otli^ causes, out >jif interest for the goverment, pre-Uld'ceiagaingt the excise and other special and local laws, and the purpose to provenAfiirther refo.rras in the city governmentl  But the whole democratic vote cast i n New 'York and BrookU n. was oriJy 109,t23. If we take fron^ that,  there are left only 84,000 democratic Votes in the two cities t^aifist Fenton and the Republican ticket, while there were 63,000 for Fenton.  To this analysis we vvill add a few figuers which will bhow how ¿onsid-abl3' charigod is the public mj^ in tbe interior of the. State. Aibany county gave in 1864 2,619 majority agaiiist t!>e ilepublicanei^ and gave otrTues  .. iiÉit ' .A tTä mim-  ^tW |fllW*ptlt6IE  PRiiMON'»ifAaj(aiR)t>«'Wièsre fñ nxcfpttaf íLÍh i^puliMr Ladf» MagiuriM fot X^MWibw. It I« « «¡ilcudiai ntuobèr. 'Thé'tíOi ptf ükm * worth the prioc of tha titmlier. FsT* MMgr ycftts "Pctcrsoa'ii MtigAdo«," in caaMqaeacr of its merit Mid dieft|»ii>ni, h(M • hfiset drchlntSon Ümn any ««her m<H>tii}y to ibtüa»'-ttid Statci. Jo mi tt will inprov.  ed : tbcrcadhig^naattervnibe itustMed, Mid cadi number will cMitiUn * dwHiMtoe Mad Fashion Plate, «Iegai>«Iy coVred «Kb fraaa* four to BÎ* ßgurct—makioif "Ptetewoii" O* chcftpeiit in the world. The tènw» remala Iwô cloTlär» A year to «itxgle «nlJucriLeni; ïo* chibR it is chcapcr etili, vi«, five oo|tl«a'^ for 98.00, dßht copic« fox $12.00, orfotiHeeii eo|h lea for $20.00. To every pèredn jfettlBg tip*-citib (at thc^o rates,) tho .Ptibliiiber will aeiMl an extra copy gratis. Spccimcnt aeot (if written for) to those wiaMog; to get ] op clubs. Ad^ drcai, post-paid.  CHARLES J- PIETEIÔOÎT,-8ÖC €hC)ittint.Str«et, Phiiadelphl«^  Th» "Hom« Amdsbmwt:"—ITiia beautiful and entcrtiting Karnlly and Ijidiei Magalo« prt-scntB nn itncsijul intere^ io the yo<ing lady and IiwUKewlfc.' Iu fitct, it u ùli, and noto ( hnn ¡mp] ios. AmBscment (&f the Ifome àód Vintiidu. Erer}' f^iaU v tihoald read it. Published Bcmi-Monthly, in lai^e aMtfltudiie form, at only $1,25 pw annum. A Wbecleri Wfl-Ron $U() SewinpT Muobino !» sent to Agenti who nUfic n Club of forty-eljiht «nbneriberr.  AdOrcaa HOME ASIUSEMENT.  Ko. 78J^»AWi»Htttct, N. T.  DzMoncBT's Yovko America is the title ofc now and very attractive Mostuine for Boys and GlrlP/tlittt will both delight and instrtict thetu It ¡(i furnitiht'd at $l'iSO yearly, and wl induecmcntrt in the way of Prrmlumii. Sin. gloCopii's, ISccQts. Pdrcnts aluiul«l aecnre ppcclmen copy of this very uujque «ml baauti^ fai Cinidrcns;. Motitbly. Published «t 478, Broadway, Ì?. ir. ' ' ^ '  J) I n ; 1 f ( m^ jt^uJJ liJ n^^ul—a4tHvstì4mt tho iJOii'ft of his info) tnalion.  11 'W Brother P.,bit when he loarnod •lie trulli about it, wo never heard. This is a laii^c'i ll'h'4«Mecdotè and ilbi.s-•rat« s iIkí f;«ot that many people are ibspO'«rtl to kit k any body down a h II, H-h'i has in their opinion gut a start that way. "  Bf.T'ii;tok a WiTNK'S—Mr. BufTiim, ol Iaiiii, .Mass , was ú.idor cro.«JS-< xani-nati in t>y àn aUoiney named L >rd, vvlio (lid Iiis best to poipb'X ai d b|i4»w-t'oat Ioni so as to «»voisot tho testir Miony he had fjivtn aj^ainst his clittiit -The quin was soniotli'iiir relating til iiii.ohii.oiy, and ,\ir. BiifTuin hail ustd I he vvoiTr^tbiiosopj'icai y" in his evidence. Mr. íioid lontinuaUy liaiped "pon ti.Iii phrase, and end'-ivon d to ni'ko the ■ 'ntfcs rid ciiloiis in the evos of th l' y. At last he inquired. '■PraV. M tne>i-, you seem to hi.'a fr;'.ui. pliiloMt| 1.« r, can n toll mo what the oon^(quenco tvonid be if .tho air, sli. ti il, lu»  hogVhea.l r -Y's, sil,"replied Mi Buff-um, "the head would fall in."-"Iifideed, Sir I".iuirsue«l ih( C'tnncol,"and cai» v-ni  ont upon it, want ihoir champion in the Senate, and the qualilications for such a champit>nahip ought to be largely influential in tieterinining the choice Of a Senator;  Tho candidates from Western Now York, as we now haïe kno\Vledge of them an; not likely to be numerous.— Prominent among thom will arpear lion F. A, "Albergor, of this city, .present Canal Commissioníír, who will receive strong support as a representative ot the canal and cainrnercial interests of which wo have spoken, backed by tho personal r<Hiomrricndation of first ivte practical abilities, proved in every position he has fill» fl. The office of Senator Harris would certainly lose noihin}»' in dignity by the succession of Mr. AUn-rger.  The name of Hon. Noah Davis has been mentioned in coiinection with the Sónat(M-sh¡p, but whether with his consent or not we do not know. Of the eminent talents of Judge Davis, fitted to adoi'Ji iiny position, it is unneCJt^s,Haly to speak. We have liçard the name of Jiidjio Seldon, of Rochester, snjrg-sted but wo doubt whether the infirirxitjes i»f Judge Seldon would permit him to re-enter public life. ■  _^e present^ of no other  oandidati's from Western New York, unless Senator Folget of Geneva, can be credited for this part of the State.— If not disqualified, under ti e Consfitu-tion, by tho fact v>f bis being a member of the State Senate, Judge Folger will doubiloss be a formidal.do competitor. Tho Geneva Courier of last Wednesday proKonts an tlaborate ar; ument to show that he i« eligible; but the quts tion is a delicate one.  Before tho mooting if the Legislature other cambdatos f:(mi th'« seetb)n may appear., Porhafts it is not time to pronounce an vbsolut» j idgmeiit as to who shall be tlio chosen man, but it certainly ¡«"time to us.sert the claims of VYes-Ioiil Xiíav. Ylidc til ibe püSsciíKioiMj -Son ii4owa bstíut^- ----------------------------  tìMsèltliayicaii^diL^ upranff ootwïdintô the rîvcr, from whence be  they can buy the paper and get the work. A third of the books sold in" Now York at this time Jiro imported from England.  "Drdnk."—There is scarcely a word in the English language that seems to be so studiously avoided by everybody as the one at the head of thid paragraph. We wish the thing was as un-commtin as the word. The last synonym that we liave observed is "tight," a term it strikes us, rather inappropriate, since a "tight" man in the cant use of the word, is almost always a "loose character." We gi^e a list of a few of the various words and phrases which have .been in use, at one time or another, to signify sonic stage of inebriation: Over the bay, half Heaa over, hot, high corned, cut, cocked, shaved, diguised, jammed, damaged, sleepy, tired, discouraged, snufiy, whippad, how. came ye so, breezy, smoked, top-heavv, fuddled, groggy, tipsy, smashed, Bwipy, slewed, crank, salted dowii.. how Tare ye, on the lee lurch, all sails set, three Bbcets in the wind, well under way, battorod, biowing. Jjknizy, sawed, srtJib-  DuTiiEi»iKO CAtAwrrr. Loss or Lira stthv BvnsiKa or as Oil boat at WAïutm .—On Tuui-gfay night of iatit week, an oil boat botmd for OU City, but laid up for the night lu Woneiv eddy, took fire In tlio CaWa where Mr. Joel 'friicsdoil^i this village, and PtiUley Hidu aged 13 yeans, son of Mr. J. Hicks "of Alle^ n?, werc-rireii1ïî3f:-^"Tn'(r circtBtti^ as w» ' learn them from Mr. Hicks, were'as follows ;  Mr. Truesdell was Super-cargo of tho boatr— and Philley Hicku the son of our Informant waa a ptis^ger going from Allegany'to Oil City to viidt his fatlier, whose business is chiefly at OiF City, though hlïftimlly resided at ^llegimy.— ^ Tliero were two other men, band« M ..tb« Iwat^ who left the ÌMMt aomutime la tW' vmtfng-.-» 'frucsdcti and Phillcy at proper time, wentt» bed, nsis supposed, leaving a candle burning^ supposing tiiut the mca who had gone oat would Mon return and need the light. Th« men did not return, and the présomption !• that tiie aimile burned dowa where tbe iomatar of the cabin were sleeping, aad set Art to lbr boat. The fìro was discovered issuing fnm the roof of the cabin, by citisens, an alarm giv« en, and on bunsting open Iho dooTi- ïfjMiâelt  bod7bruiso(Ti Bcrewod, soakted, comfortable, stimdated, jug-stoanu?d, tangle jfggtH^-fogmatic, blue-eyed, a pas.^o»-  I'aint, shot in tlje neck, bamboozled, weak jointi'd, got a tirick iu his h!|it,got a t«u key on his back., 1  MATniMONY AMD SlNGLK-BbESSEDNESS.-  Matriniony.—HtH-buckwheat ca^es-r-nvarm bods—cunifortable slippers— smokinircofiee—-round-arms--^edJips^ (ahem !)—etc., etc..—shirts exulting in buttons—^rt'deemed stockings-boot jack-i—liappinoss, &c.  Single Ji/ftwtxi/w?««.—Sheet-iron quilts —blue noses—frosty rooms—ice in the pitcher—unregenerated linen-het.'Uess socks—cofTce sweeienod with ic'cles— gn11aporcha bisctiits-^flabby steak  This is a Republican gain in two years of 2,^T4. Ilensselaer^oiinty^^ gave in 1854 201 majority agaiust the Repùb-icans, aiK^ last Tuesday 2,000 for the Republicans; this is » Republican gain in two years ot 2,261. In other counties thcre^-^ great gains also, though loss than in these two. It is curious that, in Cayuga county, Mr Sewaid'iî Imme, thé Republicans gain four hundred and eighty votes over the election of 1864; and in Oneida, the home »f Uoratio Seymour,,the Republican gain over 1864 is three hundred and thirty. In Westchester ctjunty, Mr Jlofiman'â home,his major ity is some six or seven hundred less than Seymom-'s in 1864. ; *«  We rnight^o on with figures which show that in this State, as doubtless in others, a largo mass of men who even in the last Presidential electiori voteil with the Democratic party abandoned it this time'and voted for the amendment.  To professional politicians, "and "to those who think of waiting for » change in public sentiraent against thcMtttitmdrnent,-thcsD~faT5tH"iirni"fign-res may prove nseful or at least Inte-restintr. Whatever may lie thought of  Seeutitr  OnnUMuiii " , ............  AwUe •«  I»l*eiettseeliWt.,-« . -vü-SÜ-.-...*.  XarM ' ............  M«iwil*«ik.ttetM. Oft ; Ir. I...M  ItunttAbtolifeluMtyAbce C*.....».....  ittf^-JfipA »» ií. V» ^'ji ^yí •  l,M8.3i« (ti  -.m oû V «t4.l0118 -7,SIMM . m«3itu  r.et».«wcia mwooo  Îitrfmit^f lisiiiif»» iMrililyaiaU or other- COU iCtl,. il ■iijilr  »ihould in tii«t?^ '•Y«s,"<ir !" re turned Ml-, BnCTtím, "its because, hogsr lieads are like aom»» I ivirjers-—/^¿r heajft ar» fktHr weakest partV The rfmrofthf Court-room acknowledged tiif victory of| the witness over tUe  irjnoir sintìtr, ¿'»»IliuHpWWk.' w.m.msmfrxuM.  A Cosipuue'nt.—A ytmng gentleman wlio had j ist tHAriied a little beauty, s lyvi sheiÄ'oiild h n-o-beeu tuller, but IM m <d«ì i^r suck precious matet;ials» that Natare could not afford it/  CouRAGK.—Have tlitf ßouragc to toll a man wby y.»u will not lend biin 3'our money ; bt; will respect you more than if you tell him yon can't. Have tho Courage to wtiar your old garments till you can paj' lar uew-ones. HaVe  is moi'.'. a ju-»t (1110 Have tho courage to discharge a debt while y^u have money,in your pocket. Have the courage to spoak your mind wlieir it is nec^-'ssarysthal yAii should do so, and Ji^ Jn'M your topgne^ ter tliüt you sliould be silent,  ..........».I . ' ■. I i ........• ■ —  ^E Careful.—"Wet f' et," jsiyd plLysiciaii «d'^tlTeijld siihöötr^s o of the most eflective agents death has in the field. It has peopled ^lore graves than all the engines of war. Those who neglect to keep their feet jdr^ are • suicid^.'/ . ■  Good nuiii have lewest fears, «[e has but one-wrho fe^rt to do wrong,  the right or wrong, the wisdotri of un wisdom; Uie prudence or imprudeiree of insisting on the amendment, that is what the people of those States who fought out the war for the Union are doing; and doing it by such majorities a« show that not only the RepuMicans, but a coasiderable and important mass .of_v»ters who all through the war acted with the Democratic party, are now for the amendment.  Romaxtic anp Pbacticii,.—Jacob Kiopfol, twenty years» ago married ivliss KatoBchroit, in Germany. Two or three years later, John came to .\meric;i, and settled in Auglaize coun tyi Ohio.  dtill razórs-^lcorná-cougha and cb.d- 1. _________________ ** lievuig him deatly toarrifd.^^  The Farm Kit's Biru,.—A droll story is related of an honest old farmer who in attt mpting l»> drive n btill, got and-d' Illy hoisted over a fence. ' Recovering himself, he saw the aiiimal on the other side of the rails, sawing the air witi» his head, and "nock, and pawing  steadily at him a moment, ana then shaking his fist at him. exclaimed, "Darn your apologies—you needn't stand there, 3'ou tari|ral critter, a bow-in*^ and scrapin'—yoii did it a pñrpíjse, darn your ujfly picture 1"  MF.LANCH »LT.-the Doctor."  'Mother, send me for  J*, my son T ^ ^ " 'Cause that man in the parlor is going to die—rhe said ho woiild if sister Jane would not marry him—-and Jane saiii she wonhl^'t."  Somfr books are lii^e cheap dictions^ ries^.you cau find every tluu^—Ajexcept wbmt yon want.  was Te^cued, but bo terribly burned as to imi»  der his recovery^fiomiin(rhatiJ»Btofui;"Thii bodf" of young Hicks was taken out Ute»lly burned to ft crisp, ami life of course entirely extinct. The body was lying apparently in tlva lam» place and position in which he went to sleep, Mr. Hiclia ww te%raphcd to nt Oil Citr imuc* diately, and hastened to Warren, IheTenidar were conveyed to Allegany, and iijitenied on Thursday. Mrs. Truesdell, upon heiiriiif of her husband's misfortune hurried to hisal^« The Warren Pi^rs hare the following: "Yesterday a boat lowled with pntvisio«» came down the river from Allcf^any Catt. C!o%  K. T., and landed in tlie Warren Eddy for the night. At about 10 o'clock a flw was covcrcd on board the boat, a^ proewdlag I» it, the elianty wns soea to be on tm fft wUdb a man and a buy had bi^a Aoy  was found hurned to tl'eath with faesf kaoiii and arms badly chiurud. The boyt Jüoui vas Pliillipmckß, and . hlü father own» the St. Charle« Hotel at Oil City, whcM the bçy mm going. , .  ^e man ^oel Tmçî^n» of Ajl«gaiiy«^.Catt' Co. k. Y., h.od managed to get amj from the fire. However, ho was ioaad> t» be aeti-.on?lyJ)urn(^ ftboai'the. tis»^Jhead. aad other parts of hist person. He was convi^ed to ths» Carver Houiis, vhago he now is, and: «very »t-tëtiUoli rcq-il-<iie paid to hi»« «oá taepceôT' hiareö^veiy atc-cnterbdaedr  years ago she camé across tho seas with her second husband^ and iucated ill the same country, -vvithih ten: miles if her ftirnier lord. Strangtdy enouglii though living so near, they had never met until last Thursdayj when Jacobs :isiting the Count? Fair at J^pa^  deserted Ax)u "swingi^ round tho circle" "mit anoder tnau" and halfadozen chiljlren. He made himselMtnoirn and the two sat down and: had « long talk about old times in Germany. She ad«| vised him that under the circumstaB4 ces, he had better retiiff for »notlief sixteen years as her hnsband  suik'd her oest/^^^^ à «h« îuteaded to stick to him.Dayton Empire.  piiroBCE.—In the Legislator« of the state of Vermont a bill haft JjOftt been passed, malting babitaal ^ druukenneiis a sufficient cantie for divorce. The dronkenness mast be of two jeàrs du-t ration. pcevKwt to tbe filuig of tbci U* bel.  r  A Coronor*» Jury wa^. sunuMaNd by Got« onör Jackson, on tbe caso of ^e twjr HidEl, aod returni d a ycrdict to th* «fliKt that ke came to bis dc^th from an acddenlal ira wUlt on a boat thea lying la Ike Wam» iddy.-  "Diere bebig,straw .ia tlieahNiily Mfilii for tho suddenacas of th« iice. The boat ww not bara8dL<->£«%<>f-We Ifani that Hr. TTaasdall w. c^iVcr. The father of tbe fac^ Hii^. «mm for bis remaina on Wedneaday aadewavefad ibm home. Wo rocoll. no such dlatoMriag eaae amoDg all the accideeli m rtiwr iw-mmf yeare. It created a deep «seUa« fa ettr «■•> munity, Mcdt _  "Niitif ^CöucänSSn^ JnahejMnnty---of.-] denco of Gerrit-Smidi, ihoroughly reaovated letter from the  is but a aolit^y «ö^perli^ tlMi^ Hf  evideptlj^hatei»  ^tct^cad ncwtpapert. One mnß' ral ot bis neighbom liklk  tavern,. when one of them nm leum V. Nasby'e firsi ktter < of bis trip to Gbiceg« m to the Freeidra, w^mc^ in MaessngM>nt ob ÜMi etiles for • cJewi iblrt chaplain's pereon. Aller. b»d conclnded tbegttilMg latii»! «f  Nasby's eufferingt ¡. toyalüta, the Ion« copfp out, '«What in Wftvek'k A ndy »«» t to takft Mob » Ulk with him for .  A Hotìi.-*! héd r«tker iMii liA» • honi wilh yo« » «Od tk« kitÜr bmW \ b«t he itimA m  m-'   

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