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   Angelica Reporter (Newspaper) - December 19, 1866, Angelica, New York                                 ^"'lïtî«« >vtait%"|;i^inil|^ja.'1íi>iiiy4íd1li»r more tlít» i A^UJioaalidll br cbarg^.l  —Tfe SiiTiia larjío tt.idoaupl&tc-k.<taortmentor|>Uiit «ül r« luf tjri>a i >J isütsUtiut. «lid are prt p*  r* 1l .> 'iitti'.xtls, ¡aw CM«]*, uvM>ìtii circulars, o »rd>.  «Ji m a«t il ui<ît»U «tiid- Ol i>Uln»i*dldtno> print Xr/'ìT . "Ví'W • "VI VJ  AXGEI^ICA^ y, Y., WEDNESDAY, DEC. 1806.  BUSINESS OOLLEde"  And Telegrtph InstitnU»!  t&ib it tti* fimti «rmii'Al ittiA Ih ^t&täh Oomimrelal CoU««« iu tbe mib&t. It hu bwn «fMtiMMd  WHOLE NO. 1231  .....  tÊt'rrnmim itmm kê timémm  t AM tM(| f âmmM . «M «Mi^ «tMdMTtW  lAut mt tâ*. »«Mit« iMf Mm  ..a tt—intfc Mil»iwrf>iw Imàkl  0p6«êli ci Qof natoB.  Eviicuatinii day wäii dtiTy ct*U>l}ra||ri in New Yiirk City, Monday, by üti fm< p<tftiii]f iH'liNry rpvîcw: Oti%*. Feutoii  MionimfimCwÊgnm,  lä^n MíatfiMi ia MìaSn,  '» IiTAGrNRoJ^KNK w t» Uoni or Krfmbktatitm xcn Ykaì»-ìm Ümw  . Jàinjtuv laEaiMLAtioii.-:: - .. -e:......  \WHh«»ulü iii.t fail «o to act tlmt the tinpp iM'htt ainl pruitpcriiy of jim' tM>«>|>iti  »oMKir »Y A CMuuc^^as «^imni  . MiATrsa AT A ra<»m Toaui«taurl  tut  A corioM CiUH rtt' ('mlH-Mt^nHint h^ occniTvd ill Etinirit, mid ib« ctMiia.'nt with which the jfii lty puny »ctcd ♦•ii-  titles tiie iiffttir to npfi-iul ; not¡c«*. It ; »ppettm that h pr«imiii«>iit hurtiju'Hii iimu  FI iMM NM HI NU H  A n g e 1 i c a, iv. y .  Il  __________ ThiA«HMiii, J B.Samitt.  years, ànd taM •reared AnjatiiifiriUt)^^  EjT- Wtt» mTÖRndod in the (.'veniiur, ««d v|.», that .l..»,i, «: Snrr«tt, ihe lust of ¡ inside a hpe^.-ch in the course of >%bieh nOi>K«!il-U.PI\(.>. thif.iiniii dîMtetHiiispîratnrH who plot- l„.„.,id•  EvH^v«ri.•ty^orsl..«!Hal.^ Douuie Entn^ te iaiid i x cuít'íí tÍM? H»<.ii R n itîon ol ' '  frn iithumoBtaliiipetotbe fnn«t ooiiipticft e<i Tbe i, •j'"«^ i i j « i . SchTOil in Tiideil; .Hiuskuliugor Primary, beorctio; r " nan Jili«t IH'I'II Hrri-8-  l»«-ptrtiiientit Tbe Practtwl depitít- t.-il iii iiimI <1 «Mtn i„uv .....••!.................t.................... - - -- -.-- „ -....... -„v............ , . , . . i-.. .  |uaun.k emoat -y.U,m lo ^ f/^^ W W l».' pro-Motl'd. Htui llfnt thl- Jli-piib tho d .y, «lid WHλîe,riu know, thiMMilIFH fnsin.KeiUMl.f ol »-«me «II.  ' ' J " I c, hriuiu'hout thé €«Miiui i»'fi ofitH ox- «nt wart tiim* fiir » rvce»*. " ' "" .. ...................... --  Viroa the Voftotowa Isd«fMia«Bt  \Va«hixìbt<»n, March 7,186t. The 11-»IW»! c iiled to utder, Mr, N>Muck ill ihedmir. ,-rf-^-'" «;'"^ - m * mL  Mr- M..riÎ9H..y calh-d thôqueiitîor, of " ««"»'k "» »• « ^»n^y,  Tac fm^.irttbi« we:«^ /.if ^ 4<itr  «0 triiclivV pr^para^^^^ wlkit k  in Mlr«*<»dy dMd. of fhM li««  f.IVn 1! .wiMih .«! ! bk ciiWn-l fr«« tto  I • !tt VUWiHtTiri». Und i/h\lf h«á ^ tlü. fHtu'l le. hroiiu'hoiifthé ciMiiuriifi olitnox. «» U wart tiin». Tur » rtce»*. Tho eli ¡r-*'^ «r«i»«actioiw w»»ii confid d. »an bank-d; fruit, ffltiiàg|He^  } i iHtiince uìH beur ihiì Ìmprt-sa of our j th« «witlcniáiro^^ ^llìlTÌl?^!^ Il M^miri««'.tonìd in d^y'»p«rtrofnt« ttém  iuet;caiid thu bii(beriti,f tbeiuat((;ii. wbßti iU<8ired. O Ul li« iAi;i.\vv  {trageily traiiN|iìr<»<|, and  ! \vini' and taUbini oiiidnct. [AppU'nw».]  Mr. M »rri88.>v—Mr. Siieakor» I want > P'"*'® »«pyrmd  ' - jthe poiiHîbillty of dìiipiiti», and thi'ii th«  10 n  V  profit  ■ Ajiit-lici. I^ilj 3  .....^jMsim^iiim,  ^ ^TtO fi fÎÏY il H Ü t à  A'íüseiscü^ = «ssEtty. ^.V.  <»ffio«' l'iri-t ust ut" -Uiiiifii ■ Injnili  ^^ 8 Ai M^ fVÔ^Î^P^^ F A rf 11 1 O N A B L E lì A U lî K li  A Ni»  twFirst'l.»oftr (>ßf:tf\ Angí-lica  J. H. Eggleston.  Wrttch vinkerHiMl-Jííweler and •hnilcr ia »II kiiidiiof Oi'icks. \\ «t. hf><. ui.d Jewe  -Awinúriui» iloiie. -Ml •»horl iiutice »nd re SPAttiile lerinf  K.*'» I8Î;4 liK.'itf  Dr. fP Uarvör.  ■ 0 = N risT  DsuUl ri«.>!0'> th«! ït^ru <.r 8 N. Psnnoti t- fin, in S<mtU Uavia' Uiock, A.ii(julJioit. M* I bave ùo partuvr. lU4H:tf  PENSION ST"^  'lUNllt^ri, aii<i Buü'{ ra>. |ir«rtiiirtd tüe siiîixcrilipr, * ; ;  l{. . fj i\l> Uliiira Aff.rti A'¿"l'cn il V.lKM. niiH'  DYSPEPSIA.  n». «tiui'KlanD's lovic i8 a fn»m un»'mil 1s, wh«'n, lhul|s^llMl.s  «jMc.ostratjM) pr«parMUi)nofni!Ott'an« ^^ aWwV  i» <  ranniinr's ...............................  - A,- ij!tivo8t'» i'tn'n^thcu tbn «tlomirb atid ; und •',' ' ".'horvbu« K.v^teri. : It inac^rfadn ri'iiK e<í> for itrsiu-pilii or lu.itB' »t^'n, IlP^^•«u»lllew^, Ion» of ttljpi'tlU?, iiclcJity o; thf rt»ii;acl», Hatnloicy and. deb!!: itj It i.-i uiit isii^ühiilic. thersvftîi-o par-hc-ulsrl> sîîiij.d f.ir nual;, tâprvo'ïs and dyspepticiMírsoii». Forsale l)v vil [>nu'ßi«t everywhere at il per b-ittte. jiiii' ly. "lUAi  DR. STRICKIAKD'S  _ MEXXIFLHOUH ,  p-uplf ivill coiitiniiH «'iju il tufvi'i'vi thi'dsiy h«'Pin> yt;slfrd,iy.  y, iu'i'usH luyaiiH aiiii  ¡•t'Ollîîîl  i ' ■ no! I Mor !  Couffh B^sain  I» warratiteil tn ííe Ibi» only própa-rutinii krinwn to cn-f cough», coldn, boarxencM. antb-liia, uhooplnK coUKb. chronic couRhs. couRumpUon, b^iiiobitiB an«) croup. Bt'in^ p cparcd fnini boucy «nd herbs it is benlinfl. softening and •xpectoratìni;, und particnlarly unlfnbto for alt affeiitlona of tbe Throat and Luiijis. For aa;e by Drnggista every'  IV  BAXTER'S  liííiltttccf |ÏÏus;c,  I lÜF.SDSIUP, A . ]  -i ■ ( ]■ j<t 111 iiw i.i. ri n 1HV.. i'  Stadenti Kr;iduutu(l in voòai uud in»ti-uméutà]L.riui ■ic, au>t niuaiciil cuuiiJOüitiun.  J.\MÉS B.AXTKK, Pi'iucipal^^iil í'roiirictor, Éfj^íondfor »cirr"li»r MO(i:tl  wher«.  DR: STRICKUND'S  Pile Remedy  Has cured Ibonnandn of the trerm CaiMiaof blind pit«*«. It Kivea iniuiediâte reljrf, and elfei-t« a penuaneut cuVe. Viy it dir«rtly. It i» warranted to cure. For sale by oL i iruggist. at 6'j cent*  sr 0 It«!«. - , , ............ . ,  OUR STARCH GLOSS  . Is tbe only Article unt:d by  First Clo«^« líoi«'l>-, r»iindries,and Tlióimand of Puuilll^s.  it Rives a bn.tulif il p linh, mutiiiK tbo inm pas-RiaoutUly iivi'.r tlie cluth, nutíiii; niuc. timi' ind la-bj/fi IrOodM djjjv (¡p. w iiin< b Ion?  (;er uoii^Vqueiitiy v lU not wear out bu auon.  It ma/rns (J,(l fJurn look New.  dr. u. b. go h ton,  Frl-nd&hip. N. Y. n-'"  KW o'tv  .'(t  jU'i binile« l.fH KII MIA  'Ú  Pe M. FISH,  • Jpniiir"1 Mrtiiiitml .  vif»» U«ib''UiiV 11-11 1 <»h<n' !l kii.d  Ol . »MIltHliliiT/will hf  ^•horteat c-ii>ilc(?.Si|ul inoM n aso/i,»»!«' h r.i'H-.u.â<J 4>x ¿iio^lufit. Iir a i>ii|=»r¡t'r  tn ..iiKT  AijSO. M viulM-tiiror o» Curriairi-f. Htip-gjrx. vVuii'HiM. .Vt-: !i <1 ri'|t«iriiiu' d -in* uii s'iort intic.c —in«- <1'"I-«nulli ot the lilucK 8iiiit.fl .Sil'»!», 'tu ' Ii ti.i fir«« t. .\iiir. Km N Y.  OUR IM PERI .Ì.L ÖLI^PE  > fill h f [¡tri in the Wijrltf.  Î' ^r«^lnM» in^bar^ ia-ioft Saterl ,:It i-  put ni. in the «afe>t, TU-alpKt. liiid ninxt convenient f Tui of ani'offurtfd io ihe public  It Is WiiiTM nf «»«i ii*»t t«» HtroaU . t IreClol liow. A(i"'ntn wonted t'vtííywbcre, to whom we offer e*-tr&orainary Indnccraeiits. Adtijt'K«- ^  VEW Sep. 19-h IHCr.:  Adtlli'K«-OIÎK ST ni'H'.LoHS CO.. ¡>0 ïia ■ UIDU >1., sew *ora.  42. remington & pons,  I::  v'»riM' iV.'.\ M ■VI-,-- V  ruíH.ii c.ii <»I .iii l"»i|» « >p--iii-t ix;»-!  * L I'i^ I-* H A I  KEVÖL^EIlSr RIFLES,  h..r Hl--üiitu*. S ..1 -S<irv.c.. \ *->  ItepeUtftiit l'lisK»!»,  niFLE cA^hs, uhvi.Lvi.\f; mrLFs itifle ^ !4?i'itOnii Harreis. Qu« .M-tb-rial«, «fenneral-iy . Sild by (itiu Dealers and ibo l'rai^ tbronjfbuui ¿^countrj-. ? ,  In thesü äzys of Honse Breakm^ and ; JB,obbery ^verv Honse, Store» -Blink, and Offlöft 'ghoald have ontt of REM NQTOTi 'S REVOLVERS. ;  rirpulara contalniii^r cut« and dpscription of'otir Arnia will oe faaimbt'd t p.m iippUcation.  E, KIC.'HlSö:i»;S Ä HOSS.ilUon, N. T. Mo< BK \ ^icHOLx, Aueut»,  .V« 40 CiiUt lland St., Xaa york.  mar. 21.  t x u"Mioy of < nr iiiitonal lili-, üimI that piti iiotoim ih a hUhdi-id ihouMan l of î"'^; l'tU«  whorii' hud evi-r lu'ajd ot liiiii, aiid pj»r Imps noiii» hrtd * v..;r Hfpii bim, hw identify wa^ d sc-»vin-d. Ht' lin<i b.m Hfr-  Mr. W-imIiImi iíp—I rinp, Mp. Spi»ak. «•f the. art "ch'I» of the'I) Il ofle.vd by nie  b'rrilih' civil war, njur tlu' came o. hii-l which d«» nut appear to bav«' been per-ntaiiiiy ami pro^jiess, will fail of cuiii-! fêctly nndoiRtOfid by ifHOppoiieniM. In pli'te vindication aii(l triumph. fL'Miil ' th^ duys of. Koine, when Oxriohinui v.i.ff lor Konu" I m- in the Pinal Z-.n-' 3 «'1^''«"»» »M'li-'f Hiirht amidopen and «ucivt traitma  avfi. u..dtM•theas^ul,,ednam.^ ol Juhn^ '"•*''.'''''^ petipic f .ijM.aM.n,,,,-- , .  VV .tHot.. ll.H ,-oiup:..,v waH qimrt. red ^ . M. . MurriMsey-M.'. Speaker, I  at V. roli, OU« ot-the iv;mti. r lowiw of »h„ bh!, rc- fo thejr^v ticmun i« md^r. ^Th^  the Appenincs. Thi« seqHestrn d vil- i î" f»" P;"ncip»t.pn :n pentb-mtin whiv repr«8ents Uome  «-..É.i.i t,. tu^ ! t»'« «>i»tiui,'H .»ffuis, aiid 1 iiiav cuiifrraf- [Runie, New Yotk] bas goiit» uut; hm  nlatevuii iiimîii the iticreasinff |»ruspect name ík not Oorrv O í.iawn»>»s, and I'll  ibrun^b thl^> nnm ntakabli* verd>cl>of have no menibur from my Stato insili»  the peuple, of the h itislactory a'ij'ist- ted  place in wliici» to look tui^ thu fumiti io liuiM just ice  Stili, General Rufiit» Kinjr.'our Min* isler at Hi>nie, hnard of iiìm wherta« tmntK^ Hiid commiitiicated the fact to ilu' aiithur.tii's at boni«'. Tliey at once (I r. cl< d Jiifi urreHti Ga.<^dijial Aiituiiel-ii luomi.^e'] the Genrr.il ili tlin fac li li'a ili Ili« power for inKuriiijrSurrati'H  —À iew diiys ¡itti w« hie  •M'ornied bjf á curreMpuudent of tiie L 'iidoii PoKt, the f'aldtiiàl Mhowcd G«'ii King' a nen»'a uf telographic in^rnic-t '»»fi St ili r «mi Ruine, and the replien, «¡MU by leleprraph, of th- a ithuiities al Vf uh iiUil V. Ili-tri, '1 h y nconb-d t. e ui;d<:r^(» api a Surratt, alidn Wnt-j ■«HI.; the, aiicci Ksive Hieptìi takTn Tn con--!)iiaiu-e wub thu. «iifiér; the ^letiial «r-r»v-.t; ibi' eoiiV'Viiuce-to piiriuii; ilie re-MKivul trulli pi i8i)ii uieb'r a gii iVd of liv«'stililins <>t liis euinpunv: liut the -t'rit-i» cIviBid \v tti iiii JinitoiUiCeiiieiii that v\liiMi lliusJ led Kilt, Surr.ilt, fl/iox iViilsiui, Iliade a 8iid>ìc|i d-'S'i fiuiii jiis ^^liTirii.'i, jnrfipcd fiVf r a pi n ipce niùVe hall oiK* tinii'Irril lei-l b-g'l»,aì.d,thiiugh  juily |)iirr.«H(l by tìtiy wai>vii  al>li d, huiii ili»' lact ni tbi.ir pn-fi-rniij.; I m-'iv cireiiiluUM ioni, tu clear  ■iCMitìs tilt' hoiifirr iiitu ll«e lialiun tvr-ritiny.  Tu»' furefruiiiii is the «tory tuM by the K-tinaii ufliciuls. OC i-ours»' we do nui V'Hirli f.ir ifH àecMirai'V. (j; iii'ral^ Kii.fr annuiiiuvd llu* »'««'ap«? lu Mr.  Al^iiiMer , Hi ih«'• l-mUiie  O'iin I,- aiid «inleirt werc gi"t n lo \vat«'li mii tlie KifiiporiM. Suvratt. li WfvVr, ■ iiantij*»-«! l<i liei uMtoi'lllt; kìH}5>b)Hi,ainl ._>iiil leaclii'd Egvfit. whi'ii he wa>» ar-  rented liy oidi'i of Mr. HaTe^ our CV-n >.iii-(]^(;ii(>)ul, and taken to Cun«tai<tinu-ph>, whence he will doiibtluää be seni to this c« niitrv.  THE SliVER TKIRT!  G A RD TO INVALIDS.  a clergymaui-vrb^^'. re!ttdyi«,iv»sioiau a»* ......  ÜatóouMW dlji^ovvJrilii a .^iltiPlriiM«  t»b Cliro ó ííltrvoiia '.WaUneaw, i;arl> Decjy, I«is. ast-s ^^ n<1 vr  iMore Durable, -  More Elastic : íxjjf^ore Oraceíul!  l«cep ItK ^Impe »in«l  III  QÜaaiauMy 'tbbCüroó ------ .  ol the Urinary and áóuunal Or«i»iiB and tuv wU la «..«-ti»! Iíjéi tliai»  habiu. lireat iiu iioais liivo o.wu tlreail> c :eo y'i niiv otJiei* f^lrt.  thin uoble remedy i-r . a^t^ca oy i icsire to De:! tiri " «»ly «i.«.-»  tbe ifliicted ajid u u"'H.i.i4te. 1 ^ill sen I th.! reo. pe ¡ ____  tor prepanni; and islui» this iiiMl-lcine, in a8e.»led n-¡ . , ¿ ■ ■  vulope. to any one 1 iifiU'Uit. P rr -t''h^ <•. TW^new (y^L^  I'leufe iiifi« Re a >Ht-paid envelope, addressed fo>d .\l a nil .7. IStVt \ uiix iírtrriít»1% ihtCriil  yoursuif. Addiens ■ ^ . A >>i'r ■ > 'ii-iil .te l-'.iii held in Yoik. ct--  Ke^itVork, Ni»v. 1866 At a me<>linji'«-f ili«- Liiioi» Kt:piibli< C.»'i Gï'iieval Com-nitfe, .»f the City and t^ûinty ot' New Yiirk.ih id on Jiluod iy ; iKv.'iiiiif;, N iv. 19ii ,18iß. tiie : b>!l«.iv-  iii^ Ut'K. laut'iiis w. i;»'éiut only uilup:-. »•d wiilioiit ¡I nej^Tfitivi' vut«-, Init were M'Ci ivfd and pass« d with lou.l clM-ei> 1 ai.d jrieiit »ppl 'Ut«« : I HVie/viiy, At the appro iciiinjf ses— ii»n of the Lojii latufo a .S n itor in G>>|t)i;i'(-ür« ici lu be I'lt eied; and  . Whertvs, It in of th»' iitnioat importai ci itii'i tliis re-ipuiis lile purtitioa .-«liuuld b"' ti.ifd liy t»ne in wjjom. tlie r. tiple i f Ulli State in ty salely n-puse  —wbuiie  ^OSKin '4VINMA  eliai iu leir ttie trii'uds i>f «^qnal and t x-;u'» jjtiHtic«.^ for iill^ tihad hiíNe a {fa.ran-lee tit ii-b'lity to huin^ii rijjht».; «»ne in whom u*nt pn$^ti«iH^4»y-l«Vib»Hil^—Ex«t4l-livi's Will ti.id a Htein o puiiiMil, ami  nient of .jiiur n ition-il difli'i-encen, at no remote peril d, I e!|nnot doubt the priv fuwed coiiHtirntioiiul, amendment will 1» • rattfii'd by tliy required nuudier of Suites Certainly, the politic:il decision in an emphatic deebiration"!!» favor of the C'»n«;resHiunal claim over thé qm^atioTTTiF the recontîtriietiMiv ^fféhc State« la^ly in revolt, a» against the policy of iTie President. [.Vpplause.j h i« tie-puUrment of the loyal nation, nnniistak ibjy pnuionnced, and fl ioner I or later tbiîi ju'lyfin mn>^t prcviiil — I «lu not H«'e vvliy ihn Presidi-nt flu'UliI refuHe t«» co form to the popular verdict. „ N«» Kacrifii-e is askM, nun«'is ex-pi'ced; fur as Pi i'S!d«;iit h«; .may yi«'hi li's fiersuiial «'|»iniuiis and accept the deJilM'i'ate I'tiiij/nH'iit uf tliP pfuple in m.itlecs wiucli i'flate tu thfir vv»'lf".irr and security. It is nut liuuiiliatii'fr.— It wuuld ratlu-r :ie nubh- im«! just — [lîi-ai.] I will iiui q4i"Rti«»n tlicjliH fX'.sUon iif ttif P.i'HÌil«M)f tu mtjtiify his v:«'ws out i f renin'ct. ti,> th.e great vu;c«-«if till' I'lVul peoj lf wtitixti G-'Vi'ViiiiM-ii^  in tiiH prov'iìtMiCiì uf G 1.1, he has b'-iM callfd tu atiiiiiiiisiíM'. Tlieií'cau b-- im-n.-aetiufi. Ttie nation will nut furii bark. Tt\ere was d.iiijrpr at one tiilM» that tiirre m fiht be itmissnvss fulluvv iiiiT 1 he strain <if battìi' and S'icr fi '^ 'ii-ci'l' iit tu ibe perils ami «l- súlatiui's «»I war. »lîut tlier«' is «luuiit iiu hmger.— ?i('vi r tu't^iic iiav«; iTii* p«'upl>- fruiii th<  I ar y and C"'ii>itant huni»-, ul fn-edum ii. the East, tu the L.iki-s, th" Prairii-s am' the tnrlhrr Wefit, b>'«.'ii su uniteti, hi êâmWTîrrd 7 fin Ih-Trf." -^  Iiis an rinniistak ibte cxiireArtion ot this pupul.ir wiU af t'r lui!, fi'i-'tî and frniik diseiisH^on, Will the revolteif Stati'8 hold «»ot iigriinst it? It is liard-ly ptMli'ibfe., that a Coiir«e_of fwltcy which is ho i>byii»us!y thefixe'l pnrpOfre ■ 'f the pi'tipb'.can I)»' v«'ry beff reHÌ«ted Our t!iry IS pf til.; Ih" first B publica!. Stall' ui tho Unitili, ui.r |iri«i«'ra« wel! MS «>nr iireie.st and patiioiisni, h'ad n« t < h>>p(' tii:it the Coi stitutional rebi*ioii.^ . f i.l. tlii' -Siat«'« w I. ««Hill fie r«'Hl«n« d lip '11 a j i^t ba^is, and to desire lln' early n*iurn ot fratti nal r«'iati«>n!í IwM w«'en ill ihe Amerii-an pf-'pli'. fA,iplause.]  II m a eoinnion invi r« k1 that all i;<Kid c 1 z ns bu'l, ami a coiiiinun pride that ih<y cheri^íl in the frriindeur, the «»leiitrtli. si'id tiie* jrp"d'nanie uf New Yuik t;i'y. There is m t one wh' w«iuid nul .ic«-, us 1 do, in cuiitribiitiug by "eVery TiieansTo tlTérnsriClrtrTñilfr, llië pnfdic si cnnty, and îhe greatneaa of th»'iiìCLiopulisuf the c^nintry.  - Tiiit^^ ONTT ^iT'r—thU-flaoe after a Umii «Imulvr. are j lif^iiiriin>i to  Mr. Washhiirne—I wuiild explain to  the «rent 1' man but^ _____  Mr Morrissey—Don't but inp, sir. I've ^ot more money than any man in this house, ilndl can lick any man tyho want« to maltreat thé truth  The Speaker—The jrentleinan from ^iw- Y'Jik » ill please comjB to luaiet The p^eutleman from Illinuis has the  eui:cifiatinj;¿ \cuitipruni'sin>f cuiisrrva-lirin «»f «•vety sh.id«i an uclivu enemy: tl:ei« fur«'; fie it  lifsoli^d, Tbiit tb'e Union R»'pnfib-c;«n Giiieraf C nimitfe'' of liie Ciiv  floor.  Mr. Morrissey—Xo he ain't. No sir, Pve p't the floor,^nd if there's a bi'tter m »n than me here I want him to com«' and take it. I've pot the flttor, and I wunt be imposed upon. [Applause in the iralleries which was qu ckly checked by the speaker ] Mr. Murri.>is»»y continued.: If Izzy L.^z uas is in this room, I iviinf to see him. Til«' spi^ak«'!-—Geiifbmen, my col t^fue «!u«'s not nmb rstaiid the^ rule» 'if tfie Hulls»'; I h«ipe the gentlemen will biive.^ a little patii-nce.  ,\t this jiiiiotiire a die«' bux was pre-íioiitMit tu Mr. .Morrissey, and thruu{rh pi'rsuasiun «If Jña (Vieiidtf he took fiis sett. -  MB';«'r—^We are on^ the evu of an-.'tlierciv I war, and-—  Mr. Washburn—Mr. Speaker, I claim thf fl.'or. ;  Mr. Morriss«'y--Yuu can't hiiye it., ,Mr. K'llv—i think I under..<t,ind t'liN uiiitti-r. Tiie çi^th.'inan from New T^Tc irrvTñi^ brTItf 'ñ--  ,Mr. Murnssí'v, iniiclí excited—î'/ii nul brok»', nor tln-ie ain't a man. iiitihis Ol !in lli;it tr »ii break ni«', or Iliak»; the t k to b<*-nlrt¿lip^;—441-«{>t^'flîrve-|ftj C àr-icter and refiutaiion frizzled by an»' man in the roi>m, nor any «»ther  £1 civ as Kmg « 8 my name ia John [ -rissey. -Mr. Siephi na-^Haif hell fe^ that m'fii ar«* allowed ¿o conié into »he hulls«' as.tliey would a bar-roooi. Î . For my part-—  Air. Munissey^jl want tfi know wliai that been in belter  htiiisert ibán this bere 'om'^uit |>ot mur< stnif iii my place ' at Saratoga than Wt.uld I'liv this whole conc«>rn;  Miv4Jiiy«r—Tfiis, Mr. Speaker, is vi-ry dí^tres-siiiír.  iif. Kelly—Not any more so than the n-st,  .Mr. B iver—I appeal to th»' chair. Mr. Nibbick—I wish t • call- . ' Mr. Mtuiissey-r-A flush-r Mi-. Farimw .rtli—In God's name, MiTÍ^ésfcr^isr»^"^ the repri-senta  AW^keii tiitiiDst^iw» til t it; rea ity of ih'- tlaii-ger i>f I'win,' ih« »ty Sila an III tv» aw »r« I ín¿t1y i«»iie f n ciff fnr a vl^t i' »»-* vf« -tln^, t«»l>îl»e!lt'» f^y. (Tliàr-liv) f .r llie purpose of rviking iinHiey t«» rem »»strit«* arjiinsl tfio an  What fvdlowed is given in the laiigdagé of the Klint ra Adotrtvmr: The culprit,  in the face of thé fig« «res, made no dtMiial, but with inuch apparent fienitenbe, eravt'd ihe lenieney of his employer, and imploreti bini to keep the m'itter quiet, in coni^ideratioií of which lie proposed tt> deliver up eei-tain rîTies to real estate possess d by hiiu........A.i»;tli!-»,i.accttHftiL  rats and mice; atock abinld receive an«  his eniplviyer c«incliided to r» ceive moFtjfiiges to the tinîMiuit of |I 000 Up^ on his real estate, although the änin emiH izb'd was a much greater aminint and entered into a Holemn compact to allow lilm til g«i «c«»t •ree for said Ciifi" sideral ion. A lawyer was c 'n^nlted, papëVs drïrmi lip fô th « f-  l&'Ct, when, to thé snrprise and intense chagriT of the leiiietit Innrtg gee, ihe guijty man. uimn the spot, dtew forth $1,000 cash, and to»ik up the mortgage instanlfr The f•eliiigs <if thi* victim of this sharp dodge can be imagine 'j buf frà~ciimpact rey(ler.«il'hi»n«»ralib'dl?» partiirè from his i lit mit ion tti bnsh the affair^ tnipt)is4Íble, s<i ho pocketed, .his grei'nbaik« aiid^hia chaenn at the Same time, but departed á, wiser m-i • than he Came. Therè are no nieaim ot fiBêèrràîiiilig Ihe'wlVo^^^^ atòl-Tf,  but from the extensive fMirchaaea of real est an* by the defaulter, it is »up-posed that he had been absorbing the funds at the rate of about fii r  week f<#r several months, k forniei employer of thé sharper alsi/bei^ins t«i see the solution of several mysterious pecuniary )|)r:>blems, but as no actual proof of any defalcations can be estab lished,»has not as yet pro^ecared ptifr licinquny 'iito tlw^ mutter. Tfie inU r esting sui j. ci of thes«' I y no m«'ans c«impiim"ntary statements has, we n i-d^»rstaiid, h'ft for parts iinkauwii, fearing, nu dtiiibf, the result of iniiiurtant disclosnrt's.  Tie» A'iwHUftr comments with som' Reyerity upon the praciic»? «if c^lfnpuUlliLb ^ng sucfi erfnies, but d'ifs not it AC It give the n.vm«Mif tIie rogne.  The allcrietl martter ctse i^i tfie OJftia f'e ' pot report<»d fiy tfie Adoeifiser iippears t » fiatino fouri'liition wfiátover iw a cA'« «>f munftrr. It in t};'(.> I^enemt (itidcrstiiKÌbii; thnt NfcVtahon in ci^in? tfie tritek in ^tn '4iit< siic(iie<l mntfi« ti«»n wiw 14fr clt'l'y a tnia Hudirnfy fi.wk'jns' dawn limi tfiiii'iitjareif ill 10 inner to- cn'ne hk di'atfi, Sueh WA auderstan'l wuhJn fUD*. utariiT tfn» opinion o>' Uf j'lry Bumm'Ancd by .f^ronpr Pixlfy fn the cai«  ' The «muinption of tiie J^rfiW that an affray of the chtnictiT nt itei ooiiM liave «loeur' red "jDffar ouf iif thp fi'itefrt" U> wliivh a roan «:i.')lnbiim!UiIj1(icli<i>}ftn*ltH«ten. »«to t;»«»»-hlii <R*tH7i»nd  telling for market and Imiii) OHiàii .p. ti<»n. Sil», to it th.it they ara fei^ttUr» ly fed, ele ined, and WMtered, at ìea»i ttir« e timen each day. B.irii«« ahi dt, Htabli K, and all iint hou>te» fur animal« iihould bi' m ide tight and warn», Jby boarding or thatefiing, or Imtli •.» tfiut nodrafis through pasJiagtfs fro«n wîtîi-  fiimilv and heretofore hÌgÌdy rèS|F^ ^Mirí-liiíéiifet^ t« senïrcliîira HnTcTiV'ïsj  to any anitn il. There is no eXi;ii4e f,>r li'aring cattle, slu^p, ii.iwiMi,  etc., to rini at large, wasti^ thi'ir tìvahin H¿4>k¡iig f.hid, or atifirerífig «Tonnd fence cornera and er niching from the g ilè on 1er the lee of cùVn aiîd straw stacks when a little entcrpriao òr hiiinanity on the part of thé óWner« might m ike them cmif irtabhj iitaíl|i. or even sheds, and ihe saving in fi'id. der and Û ah, as well as vouvenieiiiQ« f fei-d.ng, won_l_L» He than trebly pay  ijvi'S of a civibzfid and enlightened people.  Mr. Morriss 'y—Fuur j ickô and au Mr. Spi'akt r, a party-  track forai expecte«! train to run uver. and ifi-it-'m» f*'jt9ctHjfd tie lilolted to impHcat«« luivune". ¡» Rhn. ly |ire|it«t«iroiw. Mnd nmat tiiTe {n'en oiivfe either f(»r a "sèntiHtfon" «r a «t^Ufiit reflü^lÍón mi«m »he H'ÍHH OUnn Tïmej  rj-P-;—! v., ,, ..... .—  : Frasklis rabbrb u rtfUleiit «1 it f* ronntj aD«t ♦'apt. *>f tfie Cnnaf H«iat "La»'rcn.-r" èml yéatí» runiiiriif on tfie ««jtnHk-e Viilley f'a ni WW arr»%t«îtl in R«Kfi'«t«r Imit wwit cfiarKt^ with Tli>l¡«tlhs: ttw ps%w»n «f Kitty Wi lUm» his nciiv 9 y^m "ftK«. who at-c >mp «ff hiir Bfirlicr to hi» home on a Tl^-it, The crlmu ^iiB cttiniiiltted >liUe on th bo t. The ez' fnatinn left no doubt of ihe Gui t «if Ilari ami in'Ipfault «irfàrVNl hiil he w»* commUteil  to Jsit to MW^it trÌA) ähdd tublleiH Mateuoe > Stii;a i'ri»on. , Otero Tïm«. ,  ^ MiKK TifP. Fkost Alü p. w : are  aware «»t the t'en» tic,«! ifTe- ta npon nil knai^if soil, ánd csprc jiiv—up'in.  »ruer  for the Kupp«n«'d s lur.fioutMi thçtr part.  Animais requiie ni-.re food iioW, i« cold weather cornes iMi. than at at«y «)thor periotl, as they f« el the c«iid miicii more -han after thidr cysteiAs b icorne acciiatmn d to it; their appetiit» are shi rper, and food «hoiild bè iii* creased to a4pply the atnodiit of »Ey-gi'n that ia iieceasary to ke«p tip tlW animal beat to a. mïMo temp«'ratar»«, which during oiie co'd night in tlie op> en air is estiiu ited to c<mI a pouiiJ iti the best ineat. ,  Now that the evening.^ ari; l«in^ it s an excellent lime for layÎMg ont plans of mech'anii-al opérations in tfiu I VtMition, cuns^riictioM. and repairing  .Mat» »r-s!iving inpU'in nts, machinery^ etc., to be carried out and f erfePtiT^ during tlie b'isure of winter, tVfmm« n general ri^ly too much njmn niiiiH' f et ueis' to S'lppiy ih Mn with a r iit inifinnt of farm im})b'm'înts and iñdi«-ueiisable huns«-hofd íitrñnils wli'^fi liv uiily pu eh isiiig the iron k, lliV^-•night build in erery.w ly eq ially anit= ifde fiir their intondml dphiTes^ «•ed, at d trrain racks, cultiv.-itors;'liar« riiws; rollorx, hor^e-nik m, f«irk hat.^^, ix helvf s, wh fil trees, y«ilces, gMi-*, ííeíj^p, etcT^îMc^ coïSdlîë most every intelligent fami* r fifj;íord> nary ingenuity, with a íew caip«'Uter*' tools and WIM k b«;iich, wbidl i»«««»/ fwner fhmid ii aV»*, and a hand twn-iiig latfie, which is easily uiadt«/ Ü"« saving in «he aggregate; ii}«fiy d<d* ars tlirtiugh ih«« cmrai» of each y«^!", and w thont I • ing a' y time 'h t e^w 1  the end is given ♦«> the iniproT'm'Ht and interesi of the fahn.--^OVait IìmM.  FmicaiHintt. ;  A coat'n;r three p.irta lari' and one'pari r'^tn afipii><d lo tarin't<M>lN. vf' iriui or rleel, will effectua ly pi^véiit riist. ^  Oiimmtin IIIÌU In-ated red liot ^tfidi Irbppi'd into c lid . water will cliiicli and aim wer the pnrp.iso ^of wrongllt nails. ,  Tlie sharp corner of me »mm >n iwdi« an art'.w head er flmtrwill cnt-^aM «m le.ifl.ctuajly. -  A gutiil w.igiin j rck may be m nVi of iwo p i-ces uf bo %rd<, two or mo.-e fe*ft long. Plac«'.lhe boajil in front of tha wfie« I, one eiid o 1 the jfroíiml, and tfm ..ihiT j I'.t lii.d «r 0.1« of the ap »kes, cl.ÍM' np to the bdl'S»; ila'ii take b*li •if a spuk«* oil liie i»iip«Mii«» aide «»f «^tiia vlutd au<l I f ; at tlhî a4«e lim»» {d««a beai-cond UMid «1 der lit«. Ill thia w «y a Um led wwijpuernr^yHÉiir bttvd wiin (a^«  S21y.  Statío.v 1 >. Hl ht r T rpir,  l'W York «'¡»T.  SILVKR31KI>ALÎ  Horaellsville  nl-w y'ihk.  f Tiie high*ttit premium ever given for a ' H*n>¡t tikirt  the lauiikst l.\' n'kstkk.n  Represeiifiue «vei  Tlip p pil Spring« arn wonn.'' with a.flne platei] $>•¿7.,000 000 iì'tìre (ìttìilii«'«;^'r»» «iMtti>ii c«»m ag) .iiicu w.r- n.n ' , ¡ weil .«ti i.r l'I*.oiuf Hiiiled. Itti im- whole Kkirt  . » .' '• ' np-iti«. i may he wu-lied wit'iout iiijiiiy urfcurufrustiog.  ^•na, II irtfurd:',..^ u» «t,od as new.-liuiiie. Now .Yi'i k  ainf Ooniity «»f New Y<'rk, eanif8tly j «>f thi bill puwijf by t ie » .ar t of  reconni«Mi«U'io the L"i:i lainre ihe se-j gup m viiiorrt. utitali-HtRei-iiiti. iipp..iiuhitr c'la-  •lïifiTAÏiil.iN-AirëVrniii'vrr^^ tXltiO  ^ PliOB't^x, Ni'w Y ik......I¡"2  S. eiirilv. Ni'w Y.»rk;. .'. . I fist  THÈ CO.M Iii nation : KIRT^l  SILVER  Tbia in^ehtion eomblinfufeltb the ordinary cotton  llartftinl. Ilarttuid.......I ..^H.H. H»:i .h-2 .skirttb«-«dvaniaKfaoi uuralLVEKSKlUV; tbe b>.t- ,. , ,. , '„ . , ,1  I ill Jl V V rb I dO'> fiSI f^ torabt«,p».re the wm.-a.those iia^d intbeti.lver lished lU lull Ml the p.tpi-rs ot lb*  «»n«.otwe« off.while  llolil«' Ni'W lliiViMi......1 (ituhmhi.nu the iipi t»r one»are covered with vottou So,,lady bav-  _ ' . 1 V v' I imii iiik.i nil IIK worn one oJourakirtB wiU be'willing to  liiti'rnatluiial, .N I.......I wear any other, aa the lower hiMipa.iiaL oibirkinila  1»  PhODMX. Ilarlf.itl........  Art l ie, k .... .. .  Mi'trup.di%u,iN:>Yi; ; Vi U .  Putnniii, llarifunl........  N. .Aim r'cii, 11 »rifunf.....  Y..nkers &,N Yulk. N. Y. (Jity Fin-, II irtft.rd.......  Travt'h'íyiLii tf.ird —-  tiruf d.-.".. .^ r.. .t. -^ftmronn.oo New Yuik h i«',.........ÍV«»»HI mm îPtr  7 4MU) 0(| lart'i'iou iüjuüviliÚKlaoiíud.  I Tiie best itíátériai» are uited In tneir constracUrtn,  (il*'STI IH tinca to beciinie A '  M4 4 óViT . : A FAVORITE 8KIRTI  .*)<HHl(»tHU)i' » «Ifly by the Su.v»a mitft Àm  Wiiùt MJl^tirACii Bl>u < OMFAIÌT. '  a» h tiAUCLA» STREET,  NEW YORK. , T. 8. Spejrry, fenp't.  .^(10 udo (io 440,601.72  lection nf lIoBACR Gkei.LEY lor United Siat« 8 St'nator.  Resi\ìved, That these Resolutions be aignetHiy rfI^^^7flìcei-s TiftIiö tíoñi nii t-teii and a Copy Iherot f transm.tted to eacii member of the Legislature at the the earliest moment.  Äeiio/i5»i<f, That the ab »ve be puV»-  day.  0. S. SPE' CKB, O.i'r'n.  The Lut "Hy Policy."  Total........ .^27 400 8«>9,00  Tarli"!» «t«í*'irin!í ttKIjt VHfji'V liipurHUC»' at  ....../«qaitV»!«' wifj fia<l ft t" iht'fr jnil\a lai?«-  to ipiity at thi^ .\irfiicv i»'t<ii;ti ins.ring or  renewfi'iir fit'ir policif« t•l^.■v^h Tf. ^  - CIIANK G'lV»'. A \oU>;0. Apt>., C. H.Ti<e«a, w.ü. Coir, N M CtA.*  g* .»f AlL^iQd-i ;. coaatrtj ^t  ^*ri>lt«r»%tytobon i'oHi^ tó'-^-tid to Honif  An Invention of nure Xcrit! -  BrnmltrwtM.:' t ■ -  MLTJLTOr  LAMP CHpiitfii:  rdiTwriLKinrrctt  n* iit at. _ j  wtíwctmritv  »tenftlatbát h.i«0 rood the te»t of ftfieen \-nl-ia9fittaDM inm «a  •4 of  caUvi.'i«  «ailanae taii^HM*«  li /.'os;'  'Tüíif é Yiitlï^  5051 .eaul ^sífí-gi  liavM 1______  haav  mî«*i ni-ri« fu tho r«;in «v'il of the onaty Site t' Li'tfe, Viifcy. Th -re sfr^mi t» bà a chance hir retaiiiiiiic ifiu County siite buré, aud Olir CitH-nn are healirrfa^ tiie a» to  h.tve fiur play t tho ^.inie. aii>l tho ch lice» may Ui tfiat tfie people i f littfu V^ffev will Ret •'pliri»ed up ' «>a the öuiitemplAtetl removal of  County Site to tíieir pì«03.->C'jtf. (/nùn  ISTKBerrtva Tu kaiumad l'aavatera.—The followhi^ ' ralea of the r n»«!" are upon  leital dw;i»i|wiiH aa.t ou'iht lobe uuiversAlly known llie ctiurta! biiVe deiitled that ' appli-«sâats foftictretr-on raifraTds-^c^ fnsntheciNifthey d<»n »l offer tlie exact amount of their tare. U».atuctjr!i are b.inu'l tu mtke chuu«*. All ■re gut^ until tis« I; t&»a liiiima ' (ço f »r thin  not  railrivl ticket*  ~ The â^SîtTû iTtlTe^ sentatives Hn promp ly re trail ing Jiitin'son's exercise of the < ardoning puwi-r was* iitiiiii to soon. The latest effort Jiihnsim in tfiis respect ia  tbe repru VH of fuiir rebt Is for the n»ui> day only," ur other« ad aittUijc time of gt-nu-der ot Union sohliers in SuUth O irolina ¡nene«», are of no »««»aiVt. I'a^'nze « who onnhe  They wi-ri» fri» d and cvííi^'^^^^^^^^^ ' iiiMiiediaiV-ty li)Vo'(íj¿fit~b«fi»re the' hiiüf».  sentenced for » xet utioii on the 25th of «r« l»ouad to òKs^v.» ileo-»ru:n in the cart, auil, jspM^kiV y ui iin lerstand th© que«  Mi Morrissey-pemucrecy antl the Fdih 1) strict lore veri ^ ' ^  A \'«fice in the gallery-Bully for y n; no V y«»u have gol hini. Fifiy tu ftvo that J ick wins the G eat excilt'ineiH.  Mr. Si.hofii-ld:—1 am aslonished.i^ It is n > wonder that England and-  A Yo.ice in the gallery-líurrah lu; ibe M'iìeiieadXr  Excitement increasing.  , Mr. Morriss-y Show me the maiiifTl'l bel he's a nîgger. I can lick any nig-eer tiiat ever jumiied.  II«?re the spt-aker, who had b«cn doz-ng in his ch iir.lpstîly^'alb d older.  Mr. Morrisfiey—Mr. Speak'»r, y«n^ie on my sitb", aome of ihe Itdters are TwaittngTmtaidi'f^hey^anl^i»« to J,»"t a b It thiongh for them, to, prohibit ito-priaoninent and hanj^ing m tli« Slate ol New Yurki  Bl i^'r-yothing more reMonabIa  Ä. r. Niblack-Nothing.  Mr. B!o«.kK-I agree with mf  April last; but the sentence was sus* {ure ohligeti tu uuinply with ail reiwonAble de ' tion; it is of vit^l importance, pi-lideil, «iid ihey luive imw been teledi - • maudit t'i ah 1« tbelt tUîk.-U. Stm lin;{ on tbe t |]a>nnhrpv-f: wHI jfî  edi'ai bail. Tlie iiil'iir is gf f^at deal of t xciti m« ut.  creating a ipiufurm« Tbe r- l».-l : ttie co  ffive  heavy soil, of à tiioniugh frei z ng nd tb»«W'ng. E giïï ciïfnc ft-e^^ «d wa'«'r  in fre«'Z'ng, s«'ells t«» nine bH't at least  Soils tilled wifb'Wltér expand in the same w'.y. Ttie Water t^spersed ill thruiigb the pores when fret z iig.eracks and piilver'z s thé" soil, and fits it t.i' fdants, and religases Oliteli plant i'mhi This frtH'Z»ng also kill*^manir in-tci«. iiiaect eggs, and w ed ed-«. It i^ wide^^jjieji^.tt» plow fields and frpade the gardi'ñft into ridges and furrows in Autnni »; so as tti let the fróst down as difply as possible. Tiiis^iaii be d «ne at any time bef«>re the ground Iwconie»' solid'. If Ht» wet th.4 i p ic'k'», t fieezilig will lighten It Up ag.iin TiP operation pay»* weii If gtrown l l^-k*!»-in ridge« witii di^ep dead-furrows  Utches, it wdl drain and dry « ff, and becom«» warm a week or two «aller in apring, wh clUa an imioitaat gain for the cultivator a* that seasoñ.--w<y.  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