Angelica Reporter, December 26, 1866

Angelica Reporter

December 26, 1866

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Angelica Reporter (Newspaper) - December 26, 1866, Angelica, New York srtïtîhisiî»' "ííík-.vsíiwfrar. Jill..,.J.iUliyii J^JIâJiifelU'uAJillIlW^^^^^^ ANGELICA, y. Y., WìlDNfcSBAY, DEC. 26,1866. FlBl^ ÌMiitlRiNCE ▲ Bfolioa, N. Y. K»iÌ|lh}AìàléiÉcaii In»«iaiice Co. »751,653.57. ArcClc fiisuraiice Ccinpìtiif* , 5 - N«w York City., cAaiarilÉto > . . . R. E«M>VII, Agent. F. 8,—1Ì|i»|«aarcd may particißiitu nel fropMZ : : V - > l^t)81f Aagelle», J»ily¡3..lS6(»ii A tnil i Y Á N il C 0 Ú N S r L I O R ".lA-T Ij A. W, Anv^llc», ill'«gaiiy <.oiinty, IV.Y« PÉce-Fit-Ht Doof Fast of lUptif» Cfcurab - 8 A M B O II 'f O N. F ASllIüNABLlf) BAKßEÜ . T. ' „.,... í. AND , ^ S A J: B ^¡dresser, Fif^i bòolrVWMt of SfpörUf OßeerkiigüUca. PíilMO^RTES. The BUbscribcmhavo nponcd a Mnulo Stori», In th« iCADlfl.,.^, In the Villsfro of'■'rtinrtshlp. whero thlV î«cp on' hand AS cxluDRivo au oaaortment ol Melodeons, J. H: Egglestoá, Watch Waker and Juifeler, and dealer ,,, la «11 kliidior Cifttiks. Watchcs, and Jt-Mtlry RA^{rin)i-doite oo nbort notice aud rea-Mruble terms. Arti?ellca.P«h. 15. I8C4. ' 138.5tf Dr. a P Carver. 0»ÎNT1ST ; Itattt»! room* over theater*of 6. N. Bennett5:Co. la «nittU Dávl«' JUlock» AngoUca. I bare no parlBcir.-i .. -i 1343!tf PENSIONS/ BOUMfltt, and Bac^ Pay, procured bj r R. LLOYD. Claim Agent. ▲(igtllea,N.Y.,l864. Í4üUf 3 A XT B R' S uste. miENDSlilP, N. Y; (fâitftWÎRlied In 1853.) 4tn4«itts,'¿r9(lu»te(l in. vocal and instrumeob^ ma •ie, tud uaaicai coBiposiUòn. _ JAMES BAXTER, Unii for • circular llU6:tf DR. H. B. GORTON, ÍS 1)11 r GO »jis , .... just arrived LOCKIIAPT A and Pianos «I can bQ fonnd iuany Maslo Storo in Kew York or Boa ton.' 1 here ia acarcoly anything in which there is- no much dccoitàstn the in<ûitif<ictnré of these inntrn-menta. The online 1» the work of Cabinet niaker«. Any one ^hd' wih rolSoct ho* mucli difference twenty-live dollars nil! make iutbo appeantnce of a Mircau or' tibie, cau rcadlljr ntiderHtand, how a few dollars cxponso may improve the outnide np-pearanco ofan iustrumeut. wtiiio the inside may be utterly worthless,. J^y one cm Judi?» o. the qutnirte ippêSrancè, Wt only exporicncod Jndnus can decide ihe value o/ he in&ide: Tfia ^n,it!:,admtase«rhich the Subucfiber cffers to aime who;whlAli to bay Oh,'aT>. » Melodcon or a Piano ip fiat every in-itrument they have on baud is ver, cai tfiUly seleeted-irum lueovscmaKers uy ONE OF THÉ PEQFESiOIW OP THE Allegany Acadcmy of Music Tbua-rendcring it certain that thia inatmment ia porfecj^^ Tncy «arrant everj- instrument^ and will exchange, or refund the niniiey for ihy InsTruméhl that proves defective. TItey caii^ also sell at less prices than'city Music Stores, aa they do nut have to the enormous uity rents. . Our Firm is compose'! of those who own the Allegany Acadf-niy of music. ÀB t'iia Institution is per-msupntly esiablisliid in Frioudnhipi those w shintî to purchase Melodeoiis, OrRaui or Pianos, will rradi-ly underttLtni the <idvantago of' purchasing from a responsiblo house located near them. J BAXTER & CO. Allegany Academy of Music, Muaic Store, Frtond> ahip.VY. J. B. & Co., ore also prcpwed to answer onlers for ail kinds of Musical instrumtaits: municai publications, Sheet music and musical merchandise gen-omlly. nov23'CG:tf. BUSiNEBS And Telegraph Institute ! P. M . FISH, aBl^OK-SMITH:, »Jornjt'rof Main und OI«an strict. »'pf'O'^i^ sUq ilathbun'» ll«»tel, wli« f/^Y •i RlaC:kt>mithinj; wilf !>« dune (>n tbt ^ 0 thorieqt notice,'and most r«af»onabU; ter-.np-aud iiorse and Ox äboeiog in a eupt-rior mauii<>r.. -^ALSO, Manufactnrer Carriauesr^ng-g!t*>i. \Va]^ouH. A^c.; and repairing done on flhort notictt—one dnor noutb of tbe Black smitb Shop, on t)l aa Btreet. Angelica. N. Y. 13P5tf lL'«LliVAT»äU (iViiN SToVb'fj—Six v JCitlieaatcutoir andpin» top-^Jiict r<>cH A. LOCK HAUT & GO'S College In Utu States^ Itbau been establishcd twelve ycurs, and bus secured an uuparuUcicd reputation ior pracucal aud tboronch inslruclion. ..........Píi^^trAííNí'f 11*.' We can snfely say, that lio ii>stilution in the world has produced more first class puumcn thau tbe Buf-fülo Culluue. BOOK-IiEl.i'IXG. Every variety of Hiugle and D<»uV'le Ente la taught, froüi tliO >iiu8tHÍmx)Ieto the most crmipUca.ed. i'Le Scbool ls irradc'd; consisting of^^^Priiiiary. 'theoretio:ii and Fi^-ticál bepdrtmeiits, TÍie l'róctlcal Oepart-nicnt is tiie most X'>;rfcct system to be found iu the world. MVTnKSIXTiCS. Thoron«h Instruction is Riven in Couimercial Arithmetic knd the hi^hcriuitliicuiatic!). wbcu desired. ________ c;o ,siimviAiiXv\v. Pupils l)ecome familiar with tUü Law cf Partner-ohiu, Aijeuey, rn"f>-!/'is. ciomtnüroial Paper, ic., kc. TELEGRAPH INfí. This dopartmcui »s iiitbd up iu the most compíc t. H^fr- if uut superior^t any luiititUte i 1 tbi» TTi lt«fd Staf<>s. 6CIIQLARMIIP!3 Scbnlarsliip iKKiicd iu this t:«>llcnc will bo good for any leii};th of time in Forlv-elj{hl Colleges, coiiipris iug the Chain., F^r ftirtherl.iforraation uddrenn BRl'.V.VT A: SXK.\TfON, Buffalo, s Y. April,!! 18G0. !y. C A RD TO INV ALIDS. A UUrgymu, while, residing tn South America ask KissioiiMi', disaoTored a itafeand simple remedy for tike Cure o* NervouaWcakneas, Earlv Decay, Dlíoast!» «ftha Ürinary and Seminal Ot«:ana; ánd the wh le »fall» at disordera Vr.> r;|irt w by~bíacfnt imtTlcio IB habitt. V Qreai numbova have been alruady curca y thla ntíl>l« remedy, prompted by » dcalre to ben fit tha «flliet4^ and uufortuui^«, 1 will send the r«c ps •ir pnpKrtnR and using this medicine, tn anealed,. valoM. fo any on« who needait. tWe oi i'huru^ Plétaé Incloae aposi-p^d envelope. aflffioTOd to 7««raaU. Addreaa ----^8epn t, I n.man, sa». StATioN d. Bible House, Kew York City. r Hora«U8Villo ^náuí^attce ^^enct^ ! THE LikReRSr 1» 'irPSTERK NEW YOBK. Bc^ircientlsf over 927,000 OOO ABDBta. .fitrift, Hartford........ .f4,06t,455,80 HoTuerNcvrYork,... Ins. N"vAnK'r. Phi!.,.. I,T3I.<;(IO,00 PhcBRix, New York......1,(563,102.72 ¡3«>curity, N«w York,... .1 ,G82,860,24 Hartford, Hartford.......1,583,163;62 Lorrül«ttí,.Ní?w Yotk..... Home, Nuw Haven.......1.000,000.00 International, ¡N Y.,..... 1,000,000,00 Phoenix, Hartford,....... 057.000,00 Artl1crl^w"Tork........ 625,000.00 Bíeti^lltá«; N. Y.,...... 612,871,78 Putiiá««, HaHford........ 644,455.67 N. Amer'cíi, Hartford,.... 500,00Q,00 Yonlifirji k N. York, X. Y. 500,000,00 City Fire. Hstrtford,,...... 440,651,72 Travdbrs'Hartford-^Acci* dental,,.;....,.. J- D. HANDEVILLE & SONS. ÖENERAL. INSBRANCIi AÖBNCY. LIFE, FIRE À SD ACCIDENTAL Assets over.. ............. $26,000,000. What iii ft TtuT „WhatiBtt Yeirf—'TtóJmtjièAV* - Which ja_e«» qulcklx-jione.thai..wf-W Account (t but a dream; 'Tia but a «ingl« «anicätthrob Of Tîntv's òld iron hi>«rt, As tirelexM now and strong as wbeu , It «r»t with life did «tirt. What 1» a Year? Ti.^ buta tura . , Of Titne'» old brn^n wheel, Or bòt ápn^e upon the Uwk ' Which «leath must niiot tly seal; ^ 'Uh bnta stt;p npon the road Wliicb wo must travel o'er; A few more Bteps, nnd we shall walk What is rt Yearf "Hb bnt a br<»ith From tim;'H old nostrils blown; As rushing onward o'er tbo earth. We hciir lii^ weary tnmin: ';i1s iiko À bnbble «lithe wave . Grdew opott thelawnV : Ai« transient thé miHt of nMHti jicQcath a siimmer'a snh. ' Whatls ft Ywirf '31s but a ly^ ()f Life's oftrcbanginiT scene: Youtli's imppy mom como* guiiy on —Wim hîiitt-ftWviinrêpifèëïiir Next Summer's prim« suocccds the Spring; Then comcs old Winter—death and all MiWt find their ieyei iherë! isolations for thé New Year ! Press oh 1 there's no such word ns foil I Prc-ss swiftly on I the goid Ih near— Asccnd thu mountains f breast the gale ! Loolï ypward,"^ onward—never lear I Why shouldrt't thoit faint? Heaven smilo above, Tl«/ugh « torn» ant! -?apoE , ._ That nun bhine« on, whose name is love, Seret»ely o'er life's shadowed scene. Press on ; sunnount the rocky steeps— Olimp lioldly o'er the torrent's arch--He fiilH alone who feebly creeps, lie wins who dares the bero'.s march, BeJijoij tt hcru Uiy nuglji- Tiiimp on ettirnala nnowa its way, And through the ebon walls of night How dowD a passage unto tluy ! Press on ! if oncc and twice thy feet blip back and tumlile, harder tiy. From hiio wlio never,dreads to meet" Danger and death,'they're sufo to fly, -To TOward riinks the bullet speeds. While on their breasts who never quail, Gletims, guai^lian of chivalric deals. Bright amrage like a coat of miill , Press on 1 if Fortnne play thee fal&s ToMliVy,"t«>raoi1W'»hS ......' — Wiiom now she sinks she now exbaltii, Taliing old gifts and granting new. The wisdom of the present hour Milken up for follies p;i«t and gone.-To wciikncKS KtrtJngth ij'rom frailty »prings—press on ! Press on ! what though upon tbe ground TJiy love hits been iwurcif out like rain T That hujipiiieB.s in nlway« found 'llie Rw wttrst which is h>rn of pain. Oft '^hiid the fonwt'H doeiwst glooms, A llower of biiyhtfbCtint you'll see, And ia the dreariest dexert blooms A never dying rose for thee. ITiercforo press on ! nnd reach the goal And g.iin tlw prize and wear the crown ! Fail not ! for to the steadfast soul Uoine wealth anil honor ai d renown; To thine own self lie true, and k<'ep 'I hy mind from sloth, thy heart from soil ! Press on ! and thou chull fcun-ly reap ________ A glorious hiirvesf for thv to'll l IOSSIJFVH» Cliff, "What is it, my dcorr " Oh I fittch a lion ible story, A dii* charged ■utdier, his wife asd two chil* drettrdytng^f starvation. Atleaitthe not expectctl lo lite. None have had anything to éat for four days. They were fotind in an old out-hoii^e. The iiúsband ia aaid to have lust both arniA at GettyHburg." My hand trembled so much that,long before my wile finished, I had been coinpellud to lay down iny i>gg nnopeti' ed. ¡She was toulfiiig at the pdper and did not see mo. \ imnudiately, and hastened down town^ for I was sure this was the man who86 petitiui I liad rejeoted. 1 went Straight to see hiin. I had the paper in iny pocket, and it direct-e»l me to thHmiserableoat-house, where the sufferers had been f«iuiid. Qiiitrtt ciWd had lieeii c<)Jlecicd outside. But a policeman ut the door Pimltted ito nio, however, and oil niy expressing niy wish, allowed ine t^ enteK A fiheetj iurnishud by some poor neighbor, was spread cyer a still waxen lace in the corner n littie girl was Sobbing besidu it; and a man bowed with grief sat lit the foot. At the sound of my fuotstepa he looked tip. It was the sitiiie wan face I *had repelled' at tbe corner <if the Hiiieet. Siiice flial day I hrrViv turned away from old or yo^ug wbo has asUed alms. Better give tii a thousand who are un;tvorlhy, than refuse one thai is really III nwd. CiiANCEsliFtil^i—^ m^^^ociimc^ cunlajns spme interesting iiiiornmtion unknown to many, and rarely cncoun* tei-ed in the papers. Amoiig other things it contains a table exhibiting an average ago attained by penjuns j||n ployed in the various popular professions of the day. In this paiiiciilar, as in most tttheis, the fai mers have the advantage over mast o! Uie reatof mari-kiml, as iheir average is sixty-Uve.-t Next upon the d^lck^^t comes the judges ui.d jtïsticës of the ireacer tlro--dignity of whose lives is lengthened out to sixty-four, Following theiu immediately in the catalogue of longevity ia the bank oflTicer, who sums up his nccoiiiit ut the »¿e ()f Hhty-lhree. Public otfi-cevs cling to tÌieir existejjce with as much pertinacity us thi-y retain tlieii o1Ki;« k—they iiovrr r. sij^ii llicir oOices, bat^f ftr tj-snxT-^jotT^ - pcrs, aUliougli tin y Slave tl/ruiigh life, liarg on until th» y aie liTty-eiglit.. . Tlie g4M)d works of tbo cieigymen fullow them at fiiiy-iive. Shipwrights, bat tors, lawyers aud rupc-iiiukei's, (sfune veiy appropi iaiely,).goJti»gelbcr at liliy-lour. The "Vil:a,.îe Blacksinith" like most of his contèa poravi«'«, die at filiy-bne. Butchers follow thi'lr bluody ciTFeer fof prt cÎFefyiïatf~Tr"liëiniri^ Carpenteia are brouglit to tho Hcatfold at furty-nine. Masons roaliza tlia cry I Was a Hungered." XT MART V. BPKSCIR A«se4« of- ------ Hoiue Virc Insur-mce Co., N. Y....¿..$^,508.604 14 .Metropolitan " •• .........1.((44,148 48 liis. Co, of N.-Amerira. Pa,.......... ... 1.731.000 00 Xincara Fire Ins Co.,N. Y.............. l.lTtl.O 0 00 Maubuttan " ...........i. 1,078.414 40 cernianfa •• " .............. 71H.C50 32 Secnrity •• " ............. 1,M8.;J44 O'J C"ntiucutal " " .............i.Wi.«8i00 Arctic " " ............. 614,101.18 IntomaUonivl " " ............. J,a4S,M8 43 Market " " ............; 800,431 CO Mutual Ben. Ufefns.Co, N. J..........».m,.W9«0 Kquitiil)le Life InKurarice Co.......l,C41i.48f>(lO .New York Atci'iental..................... 260.0C« 00 . Total Assets,: l3«,6f.9,lW 87 Cf^ihsnmnce paomplly effected by mail or other--vlw-in'anytif tlio-aborerTmajJanles" on Tilt liln^ prop'-rty. Tbo prompt adjustment of Losses a speciality with us. communlcAtlons promptly attended to. OFFICE IN THE TOWN HALL. UNION STEEET, OLEAN, S. Y. W.B.'UASDEVU.LB, V. UANDEVJIXE, J. t: itAStrkvitLxJ It was isloetitjg fast Evening w^p fulling. Tlie streets we're almost deserted. ' Suddenly a voice at my elbow said, "I am not tit for. work and have eaten iiolliing to-day " __ —l-looked-at thc-speakefi He was an able bodiod man, but hud lost both amis by amputation; he was evidently ¡1 (lischurgod soldier He was pah*, too», as.if from r«-GiMit Rii!kn<^ss, or frtun scanty food. He had on an old, thread-ban; coat. My iirst impulse was to give him 8« m«;thing But my coat was buttoned t glit; I could not easily unbutton it and continue to bold my umbrella and book; and to crown all, the street car fnr-whiclr I"~hail i>eeirwaitTngriit~thai moment came up. "Miaven't nbtliing to-day," I said, turning from the man and beckoning to tiie di iver. I heard a sigh, as I turned, and wa DYSPEPSIA. DR: STBICKLA.ND'S TOXIC isja coneentrafial preparation ol roota oht lierbs,' with sptiaelds and camio*«, tlToalo Btren;i;tbeil tlie'stomach and nervons system." It is a certain remedy for dyspepsia or ludlgeatkm,. iaervonsnesH, los« of appetite, acidity of tjie stomach, flatulency and debU-ity. It is not alcoliolic, therefore particularly sttlted for weak, nervous. and dyspeptic^persons. For sale by-all PiUKRUt* evt^y where at $1 per bottle, jan' ly-^66 " DR. STRICKLAMD'S MEtLgLtJOPS Cough Balsam Is warranted to bo tbe only pre pa-ration known to cure coughs, colds, hoarseneKs. astb-ma, whoopiu(( cough, cbronic cougbs, consumption, Vronc)titif and cro^p, Selug pi epared from honey and herbs it is healing..softeuini;. and «xpectoratinp, and particularly suitable for all aifecUons Of tb* Throat and Lungs. For sale by DnggiaU «very, where. JL Cure for Piles. DR. STRICKLAND'S Filé Kejnedy SJu cured tbousanda of tbe worst case, of blind piles. It gives lmme<liate relief, and elTe'cts a pennanent cure. Try it airciUy. It i. warranted to cure. Fur sale by all Druggi.u it 60 cents cr bottlei. . «00,000,00 Kew York Eife,;...... 5.0ÒÓ.OOO 00 total..........|2T.459,809,00 PMltMviMilHaK reliable iamirance, at tqaÌtÌM«Ptàf<«;^n find U to tb«ir advantage to applf-iki iMft rAkeocjr before Insurlog or r«aewi»^tbeir'|Milie{e« elKwbere. C«. rtítá»% OOtB i VOUNG, Aft^j r^li J ! ■ w. 0..C4Y».- . K , . I Li! 1 ñ ^ > Mm. h^anAby r*%fn%, T«!!»»!«*!*^« o un STARCH GLOSS First Class Ilofelis f.^ajundries,aiid Titousaxvi of Families. ^ata'ipuiák^» m.»9oaL i-i y ffiinètk iMw^^ím VSá oSovanieat It «tvesabaautiftil «inootldycnërVijBa bor, OooA« at^f • gercouj^qi qtJRjiJit? on the point of re-coiihideriiig my d«^ cision, but I reflected that if I missed this car I should have to wait tea miiK Ute.«i in the raid, "Besides," I said to myself, "somebody else will be sure to give him someti-ing." Bat my heart smote me, when, on looking after the mqn, I saw him go sadly dovfii the street with bent head Oncfc I thought of ^stopping the car, overtaking tjiojTiiyij_aiid . giving Him half a dollar. But while 1 hesitated, the car passed the corner, and he was out of sight. It was too late. I did not eat my dinner, that day, with the usual appetite. I could not get that wan face out of my mind. At times the victuals seemed to choke me. What if he really was starving and no one Wi HI Id T hel p i>i m! — — All throujj^h the evening the man's look haunted trie. In vain my little daughter, seeing me abstracted, sang her sweetest ballads. In vain my wife Bought to "cheer me' up," as she said. I eveo dreamed of the man. if I had known where to find him, I would have 'gone: tbe uejci" "day; that he bad received assistance. But the impression gradually vore oif. There is so mucl&^uffering now in jgreat cities, that almost every one be-cbtnes /hardened to. it. I pursuaded myself finally that the man hadiieen helped by dthera. ^'Tliere arc so man; aocieticB to.aid. tjoKncr«," I said shñT WHOLE NO. 128â aeasMfil» 'IS®; Oat-Mr III— «ak 'Oli» lüfaüa «M-y«^' ■mmà-4 MÜM aMHa'''jaii aMMíi^wMitií^' CàMm^ lÊ»3m»iÊÊmpÊmmf»màm • um «Mil MlMM|WMrt 1—WliW. "Shall tbk DraociuTíp Pactt Livis or J)iB?^-Má, KÄshbv Giv« aia Viiwa -ok tbk SÜBÍKGT« 7 , ... . CoHFItOUT X loAW, (which ia in th« 8tat« uv Keuiuck.vV November 2« I8tf8,. The papers uv tho country are very generally discussiii thoquesiion; "<Sh'el the Democratic party live or die," wich when we tako into consideraslien tbe fact that the corpse is beforo us, seems to me holler mockery, and'u hear^tless triflin with the feeliii'é uv the friends uv the dec£ast. Tiier aint no: .^inai« UV talking ny its fuclier, ci»z i ta m its fiicher now, and U tomb atuh niite ea well be put tip, regardless of eicpense, comincmorutiu its viichbos. The Chicagt) Times and varions other papers advticatin the ijec nv floppin over to niggei* suffrage, j hev let iny Wébstárien iiitellick lite ; olí» this snlyick at various tiineé, and the moré I am Isátisfied that Jt wt)£t ¿o. A nátrgr of Tiiiiié atom- ick-ake, antf applieti to me for a reme-dy^ In á spirit üv jockelaritv I told hTin that SI rikiiinO Vvood ciiro that, ez well c¿ - all iithér phyaicleljlls.^ pooi- fellow nat seein it wuz a jokti, took an ounce cr tvo, and Meed' 1 state' the result? He sleeps the valley. Nigger suffrage, wich is rank pizen, wood eiid the .troubles uv the bemocrats, but woden't it en4 Dim* ocratiy also ? ' VVe niih? diejjiacefully ez Deínocraís, but wood our fesurreci lion ez Abjishnists be certain ? Wootln't the people when vve are wiinst entombed^ forget to awaken ua? . 1. We can't gobble Ablishin votes, With nigger suflVage, for the reason that tlje people desire it thi?y*d probably go to the inventors thereof, that tney mite be ashoorcd uv gettiu the genotjino article^ 2. W^e can't get tlie nigger after he is man and a brother The Times'idea is, we'd ketch 'em on t|ie acore that tlie trash natnralíy gravitatiís . to ua. We are to late for this. The nigger jus" now is looking up—-not down, and el the tax wnz taken off uv whiskey, so oz to bring that essensfiel to Demo-' cratic success wunst niore within our meiins, and we Khof»d^devt,to oiirselycs enthoosiastically to tlie Work, we wooden't be able to get em down to our level in twenty yi ars. Aftei" that time I "shel l ev gone into tlmt 4>llier^^'oyld wher poilytix wtmt irotible me, tiiid ef ihti orihuÜox relijtis beleéts uv the day iz incoi ect, in tlie depurimont uv the tother woild in which shell pull uf^,: thc're will be a strong Deiiiocratic hiajui iy. Ez I lift up my from thbncú, It will do me no pertickeler goOil, ez 1 know uv, to be told that the Dimocricy hev elected •heir President by nigger vufes—that iht> way sUtions through that cOnnti^ without fear. The llciikina would re-aeeve the còiialèoah^ns and atjara gladly, and e» the/ éon*! «nderrtaod tbe »tttypiBw.: t«çM th« Btj^t fiìiwjCiiiitaisaiafcW! #Üii fagfl,^ NotaamtutwM V^eS wftft ^ia w lafliir, » they did <m Ilia late m^moraMe tocr thruagii Noo York, Ohio, Michigan, Illtnoy, et ^ttry, the rememlifance of whicti, even to thia day,sends a thrill uv anguish thro' the Pa*aidenshe? breast,wfch even tho triumph in Delaware and Maryland cannot and does not soothe: The ^)ple uv the North wood jre-veev^ the propbsishen * " ' shiind the matter to a In hopa« that Si kicimims wmát ha i Th« «hlKrti MM aéilM ai< WbitovIsioM «f Mfar ffaMMS their heaJ»; „ iladja>t«*ttl««iHutl4f«iw«iral«^.viaiH«Í^Í . WNs oQi oR tb* ImJlNNw «reMiai^ I«pr«BCfhaaj^y bed {««MvlMa.vMtliai ^ . A «fty tu tb» window I lev Itk« a |Mh. Tor« «pea the aa««««, »illifiW «f liaaaik^ ' proposishen ffladly. ícadln merchant »en- trrPITilâïRfïpïïîa^^ to give aix inonths credit for a amali stock uv gooda to a friend uv minei on my endorsement, but who ill the most gentlemanly manner expressed a willingness to sell for cash, and he warmly approved tif it. "Gl»," sed he, >and ef it will work ez yoo say and tàkè them incubusacs out uv this country, I think I kin not only promise yoo the co-t^pertishutt-irrthe-p^^^ but also money enuff to pay yoor fares to thé Itttid uv yoor choice." And he bust into teara. "Wat are yoci weepin forP aed I, nstonislicd, • % '•ThtiRO tecrs," Bed he, "are for Mexr ico. She haz endoored mtich, but he^ cup of wo is not yet full.'* This is the only hope uv the Democ- to face with slavery, and they smasbt it. They hev bin brought face to face with nigger éqnalitj^ and they don't Kcare at it at «11. They wuz brougfht up before Southern sooperiority, and theyininctoorediliat; They töökne^^ rather extensive tooere thró' the South, and «oinehow-ílMíy cui^^^^ gler idea«» and wondered that they htîd bin rooled so long by »ich emtiiiesB; The Booth speculàshen didn't pay, for tbo we slitit Li Linkiii's principles, and they remain to torcher us. When be feíl, others sum' how stept forerd and took np the ark, and they hev bin caryih it rite alongi Johnson interposed the poat offisi«^ but they kicked thern aside contemptously. Only by addislmn kin wci hope in the fncliur. to rool. Tho aolo uv John Brown is marchin on, ancl ea far ex I kin see, our plap ift to let it march, atid git out uv its way. . . Petrolei:« V. Nasby, ( wi-^li is l^Hl .) Th« no«!! OB «h« breaat «e*» aaV«Ui8li»tr«or Wbe« »batt« litit « mitili or« wnt th* braart oC«h* MW-AUsa Im • oraiMHtart»«l4MfMMiií MV wmMtoriiif «j«a alt««M «ffil^ > alelÄ «Bd right iiayriaiw^ f jWiKiau'«!. WimtdL'iilAÉ ''' T"'''....... matnmmíí That 1 bnev In • sioaeat^t aMMbvia iiUk^,, More ni|ild thao eaglM hU e«iir«eH i ' Aad b« whifUcd and ■boat««, «ad name; "NOW, Dasher 1 uow Danevr I sow frsaetrf aav VI«« t , ^ , _ , On^ C omet 1 OB. Cvpld on Doaakt «if^svtt't To the top of th« port'h I to th« «f^fca eaii f . Now danii «war. daah away, 4«».«h w«j ill ! A« Inm th:it before tbrwlld aBri]r«Mtt/, When they nie«t with »a «belaci«, aMVBt ß^Hfä- «kv, ■ - ■ ....... ■ !3o up to th« Jhpit»ti»i>„tfo-caBwgs làm Wbii t^e Blclcti fill ortan-aiid ItikMs. I Bd tbcR iu • twlBklinf. I iMMfl sa The pranciBff bba pawlB« «f«i il UM A« t drew in my head and wwinarni •aiftBtsai UNUM larnhmarMH^t' Nlcbolti ciiw pm i «py_ Uown th« chinïBey St. _ _ boaad ■ .fv U« wao dresMd «It ib f^r, ft«« kl«>lai IU a, -. foot ■ - - ...r^ui. .. Adi) hlflctnthMwer* all tarBlihtd «Itk «ilÌM and BOot 1 , A bundle of ton h* bad hunj( «a hti back l£e I merry. And he look H His tjea, how -Illa cheek«! were-likeroecii, hl« Itifl droll llttloTDOUth waa And the heard «Bhie «bin •now H of "Mort 11 Im-age of forty-seven;--Traders ceyse their spctu ation át foi-ty-t^ix. Jewebrs are dthgusied with tiie tinsel of life at forty-four. Bokers, manufacturers and various mechanics die at forty three. Tlie painters yield to their colic at forty-two. The brittle thread of the taiUrr's lile is bttikeii at forty-one. Editors, like all other beings who come under the special admiration of the gods, die comparatively youiig-^hey accoíñplM of niercy at forty. The musician re •leenii* liis dying fill! at tliii ly-niiie.— Printers become dead matter at thirty eight. The niac'iineist is equally blown up at thirty-six. The teacher usually disni'sses bis scliolars at tliirty four,and the ^erk is even sluirtei-lived, for'he must needs prepare his balance sheet at thirty .three. No account is given of the average longerity ^of wealthy uncles. The inference is fair, therefore iTiat tbl^WelñTfmíi^^^ PnoDABiLiTiEs OF Marbyin'o,—From, twenty to twenty-six aiid from twenty-live to ihirty the probability of widow tbb amntio jrpit jaki;abt.—th« am»« Monthly enters On Us nlnètceatli yolnmo wi' hn array of (iistinguiahed name« sod sterling articles thitt promis« well for th» cotiafng year, 'the Jiintiary number contais the Ort^t instai' ment of Dr. Holme'sstoiy, ''Itie dus^ian An^ gel," in which will lié found thè sani« old charm tltai so fascinated the readers of the ltrlt.^ligt'i»tïtrA\^)OtfnVsnpply tlie place uv tbe water I 8ho()d be calling fur. r Its iiistaitt reieef we h<.kd.J_and ¿f ÎÎTë is e^^^mped iii,to;^o "caS-ca^^^^^ afore lift, it muet be àbne to wunst. I huvo an ijee for the salvii'tioiii iiv the partVi; which; ef acted 6ii, will give us a b ase uv power for years—Mexico. Hero is Biitiiin feasible. the Sonth adopt the Constooshnel Amendment t» tviinst, providin. OoùgrèsB will knock out the tbird section wTcTi d tranchises the heft uv us who are fit for Congress, and also repeat the test i}atlr,itud4mejitiy^êt~JôlrnsôTi^ Mexico How will it 6ta«|d then? We hev ten Staitsout, wicit we kin depend upon. Kentucky, Deleivare, and Maryland make thirteen, and Mexic«» kin by cut up into twenty more, or ibirty, for tiiat matter, givin us a clean majority in the Sehit House and Elctora! College. Miev let my intel leek outonio tin's aubjuck ai,id ain't mistaken. Iir Mexico is. the precise popnlat>hen we kin best work upon. —Mtbey-x^uti't-iindimrtirad-^wrnrpe^^^ ers," sez one objector. Viiry good, 1 adniit it, and what do ^ we want tiv Totei» who can understand osf The downfall Democrisy commeiist the roeraf, the PiriVîii^^ OÙ8 story In ver^, by James Bossen Lowell; n jttaphic sketch with «omo pei-Uçent tefificiions ^ V chiircfa-g«inir. ^ Jntntti Pai ton; à legéOd tn verso, told as «idly WblttieT can téli It ;' a|K)èm entitled ••Terrainup," (On OrowinV Old.) hy R. W. Emeiuon; a spirited and faithftil triinsla tion of th« contest between Achilles and Ag:t-niemn^7froiii th« first l>o(<k of thé Iliad, by WT. C. Iir^t, Mr. Higginson contributes a Plea for Calto^e; Mr.^^'^^^ another «f hisAitraicrtivo stories aader tho title Hbe Man who Stole » Hegtigf-ittoMÉii Bayant times as great as that of bachelors At thirty it is nearly tonrtimes as greatj lioin thirty to forty-five it is nearly five times as great, and it increases, until at sixty the chance of a widower marrying in a year is eleven limes as great as that of a bachelor. It is also curious to remaik how confirmed, either class becotnes ni its.coiidilion in iife----how little likely, after a few yearig;ia a bachelor to break through his habits and ^lltary coiiditiw;~andTnrt1ie^oth-er hand, bow readily in proportion does a husband contract a second marriage who has been deprived prematurely ol his first paitner. After the «ge of thirty the probability of a bachelorjnarry-ing in a year diininishes in a more rapid ratio. The probability at thirty five is not muclt^not^haii half 4hatiit-thir-ty, and nearly the same proportion exists between each quinquennial period afterwards. - ,,, .. BeleaaeoitheHoB.C. V. Culver. BiA&TBoofix« oo. umêiWCr. t' K«. W «■».laftfMit «'«ilOftSOO.. wmwukrn 9k* v«w T«ik. t .fas ^ , _____ _ ___ ' ' Oííe íiorÉñKV »lîùuTimïr" dàya VfuTf the iut^rvie w, my wife was roadiog tlie paper, wlièiì sW sudden^ laid it down, and cried, "How allocking,'* I do not know liow it waa, bn% I ielt a sudden chill. I thouglii itwtantly of thai mau'a wan faoa. But I aakl mím- ez they took Sbinga on trust it wuz all right, but when they Ijegan to que« tioiij the jig-wuz upr-^lntelli^en^e is a good thing in^ the abstrack, but you must be modrit in its use. Enuff uv ti8 wood iiev to emigrate thitlver. uv course, to be sent back to Washiugtun. Seward and I, f»r instance, wood go tt> the Senit from Chiahiiabua, Dolittle and Br., v Ohio, from San Juan, Henry (Jlay Dean and~CoWn "from~1^Tnttiifipa87~Jolin Morrisey and Randall from Matanioraa, Vallandigham and Slocuni from Te-hauantepec, Cus!ar and Boechcr--n« they've gon bacit on us-^Jiiii Stead man and Jesse D. Brito from Puebly, et Rettery. There wood be room far every one Meadville, Pa., Dec. 18.—The Hon. him, I would have q y. Culver, member of Congress Ir<»m to sattrsfy royseif this District, pasiwid thnTogFtfus 8ty to-day, en route Iroçt FraUkìin, where he has been imprisoned for some time past,-to -Washington.- He wafl ; accom-^ panied by Scrgeant-at-A*iiia Oidway of tbe HouàC. wlm hud seiitiot hiip.^ Sher^ at Franklin maué no' demur'at delivering Mr. Culver to tlie Sergeant- ................. ^^ at-Arms, who leqttested a Deputy-Suer to think o^erw^^^ jft ta-accoinpany-them lo Washington. James L'. Lyera, one of Mr. Culver'ä principal creditors^ and : tUfs one upon >hose complaint _conimitted-lo' Jail, also accòmpanied tlie party. Since tbe pubfication oí Mr- Culver'a letter, tbe popolar leèliug baa MiHkMjl.«troog-iy in hia favor. ' . UV tlìóleadiìiBemocnitvIiiortiriii Ihefc States." There wood be £ixty'seats in the Senit and tliree hunUred in ' the House to be filledj boside the State ot-ficers.. Three hund^ed uv thousnnds uv Dimokrats now mournin for offisis and who can't be siippliedj^ wood herè fi»d .u*'ii^L TUitty Staitsturued over to iis with a peoplo wich eouldn't ctmipete with hs for tlie ofBsis. My sole expanda with thethot, The field wood be a ricH one for Aibp' droo Jackson Bogers to atump, for tlie people, nut nnderstandhi a word uv wliat he wnz a sayin iind beviti a opinion uv the Amerikins. w{mi4 tliiui he wnji talkinaeuoel Aiid bis X^grien-cy,the Presidenti wat a chance il w< for hinil He cood lievDngUs dugnp and re-burved al Mviuterey, so ea lie cood hev a excoosc-for inakuig « tour to bis tomb, or ef tbe irieiids uv th« sFattMimen objected tp that, he eood go to Shecago, by way tiv the City nv Masioo, and eiiod maka hia apam a» ìgh link Ce tbpeddlsr jtMt opeatef hli tfrcy twinkled, h& itaoM Mr i, hl»-'««e«'Íl»««í«^|'; drawa"*.!^ MÍr.' I «««.V M. «illa B« tta' '' tiié stamporaplfwlichad tl|^tiB liiit««<kr < And the smoke Iteacircted bis li«BÍHIt««B'tlsÍi» , He had a iiruid face «od « tittle roMsd Mir« . r Tliat shook when helaaghed^Uk« S kswUàU «T ~ "jelly "7------------------ Re was chubby aad plnnp, a rifMJd^at« éft ABdJlUttgh«dwh«aIsfewbia la ifll« «T jär* self, ■ , - ■ . A wink ofhlft «ye and a twist «flil« ksN^ " Boon Kit\« Bie to know I had BotkiBcSe dMsfr; U« spok« not a w«rd, bat w«at «lrai||fel, work, ■ . And filled anth««tecklnff-tb««ti«i.:idifc:é_ / 'Jerk, ■ .:¡ ■ Í -f And is> ins hfs fingers aeid« nf hk mm, . - % ^ Aud slvinfr a nod up the chlmneyk« t«i«e. ; , .* Ue spraBit to his sleigh to hist««» ist« ä Misil« ' And away they all flew like the d«WB «f «TtiiMUt ^Butl rienrdhimexclaim'erebedMMaotdrstvH' ' "Merry Cbrlstms* to all, omi to «II « Xte^tefW. ^ " ^ 7 The stimmar comes and the «na»ttMÌr fasB; Wild flowcfa are fringing th« 4y«ty Ibms^ > , ' ^ The sparrows go dartiny through fuguait tsiat And, allofasaddea—Usiwmf. , -j Dear heart t oar live« no )wp|iUjr fk>«, Solightly we heed the flying bbun* . « Wo only know winter b gone—by th« Hóifwa. W« only kuow wiat«r u opm«- «b^tlN aiuMil ' "Laadfoiriha Tawdkw. As there are thousands of, peraoiiji. wondering where they shall land at a rato that their jponiea claa v command, and leave them » ii^etbia||' :. for improvcniénta und jnakioiif á lí«^ of their purchase, some of J be ^ad to learn that within diè lim?. Taylor tells a chatacteristfc of tho strange Friend; Ht. Sl^nly give« a- hambroiu fketcti of Capilary Freaks; E. C. Stedman offcni a p<> era on Pan in Wall Street; a^ Walter Ifitcliel describes the King^m of Infaacy. Ilie.stoiy of Katharine Ifome, by the author of "Herman," isHoontliiued. Topioi of current politl ca,l Intdreflt are thoroughly tnMted,—th« Causes for which a Prerideni can be Impeadicdare lucidly set forih. and Frederick Poa«(1aH| makra a powerful appeal to Congress for Itn- its of the cotton statea there are t1ii*V jtnillions or ao of as good farining lànfl as ever lay oiit-Jooif, i}'}joC£JiU]ed,!-ÌÌÌ>. vitiiig occupation and atibject ta. pre* ieniption, and all the rightà privjU* : eges of the Homestead law. ' V ' Alabama has 6,732,059 acrea ol liij.; ' oec^upied public land; Louiaiana^^li)^* .. 102 acres; Forida, 1,932,195 «crM|; ; Mississippi, 4,760,706 acrea; aed . kaniias 9,228.016 acrea. In iowa alone haa twelve taiHfofnLtKirts'of virgin scil op«B to free oopuiwI^V equal in quality to the baal la^ |i ' our country. " " " ^ How TO PatvaNT Potatocs raov Xoit Ti.vo.—In those daya jf high prtoca, id* vice which will prevent the mm of aM« thing by decay is certainly valnaUak With such ttu ebjel't in view/ wt clif. the following ^(^cípe for preveQtfng T9t iu potatoes from the Scienti/Sc Awm^ It baa been tried, for yaatt wìA —^ .Ì can. It tiaa been triea: Rmt vaan complete auccMs, tiiougti ia aoaM atances the tubers muft dHtciaad wlitft' the floor of tlie bin with .lime, a.Bi pat in aix or aeven iodiea of |K>tiito«a mwl- ^ lime Again; repeat the operalioii ia ta all are stowed »way. Oua Imalial' if lime will do for forty baUieltf^^n^^^ toes, thcugh mora wtlLnot littrt llmi.:: * the lime rather inipiroviog tti* il^l tban'-ctlierwiaer'' -r--^--^—---f-r tices of «cveral popuiri- n«w publication. Homb ahtffikmi£.vr.-—This sterling and amusing Magasine ts • welcome companion tu every fireside. The old and the young, the miilhful e dad matter iw ptea««^ useful amuMmeai—always sonaethiog todbeer th« Bi^eoed lieart. reiieve th« wearied-jmioj and. farobh pleasant sod lustractive lósons for the fiunily firesid«. .. Every family «hquld takelt. Splendid prltfs are sent to Agents r^lng clubs. Published Kiai-monthiy «t ^only 91,25 per annum. Addiest HOME AMUSMENT, 78K«a«oSt.,NewTork. 'thetim- tcfnts are bs ftdlowst Among the loe^ltets; UothBodUust; LittloPawy Willow,V.; Mayne Ràdi The. Llttl« Poet Doy; Hob Cobbling'« Song; Aunt Fanny's Fint Marriage; Troity; Good Old Tim««, I.-THl-iypis: laiìepcndeaoé; The,OasUo Uaihkr; NewY«^ So^; M^J Boofid Ui« Evénlog Umdp: Oat lietlsrBox. The BrrBDgeiaents for the oo«iingy«Br whîeli have tie«n imidebjr th« imiprfct^wiof tlMT<wy FoUa, «re soeh as to ensure lhr«aiaeexcdlefwe «ad ottractlvcnm hk the pages of tiM) BU(aaiQe whkii have hmtoáiní nákle'lt wekneaea gi^lnthehottiMcfBll. Caitl. VayneKi id, JLcfflgfeíVí«, Lûweîl »liitder, AMrich, J,' B. Thomas, tke «weet iODg-writ«r, Biid otfiera, wUI eootiaue toenrìdi iU pBK«« «Ith thair eoatributioa«; and otKër «íe«i«Ml]r. erill WÊtÊUàa tMr «omM^ iloo with lt. M Why will Folks I^uvk ra Out?—Mrs: PartiiigtOtt,«^ if^w^ accttuui üf k i^ooMr boom .carried; ^laiid, one night laei TOl¿¡ wo*áaiel "wliy peopla wuold laavt aàfà iMaigi ^ „ „ . . out«»doorenighta,wiia«t|i»P|Witti OimyotsoI'oiM.-Weha»« wcflved from ni»ny burglar» about, iltarii« mn the^ptiWiaheis, lfe«sr«.-Tiekaor A FleWMhe itmiyirejTTOuldTapfiiwra January numbe? of Ow-Fewly"«»» "-^— .sff-rDtfjrEaaxca 0» Onirioit.^^i^ilÉpMir «•Now Charley. db ImvélliMiíl ^Guuragè. When I lui^ a pMlllil || f take 1 dgitiike it any mof. do; tout Ti andJ^o.l_______Chm^^i "AtäTwWiil lMf* -der ta take. I make t^p uo»*t take It, and 1[:4mi' I fi I ' "'^'miA yoamg gM at^ckiol, tbe stndy ofigratiMBar, «%a "kisa*" was á.A^mñioii «Nr| Tbe girl, bMiiig4èeply, profptrJ' AcrtEitriKiva—The following is good UlaatrMioti of Che **penay^wiae, ponnd-fDoliah" policy which many ~ soaa adopt: A man in ^ylfP^k, Can-Ida; T^ntlvliad wfinrni fotl aâle^ji was aliviara to adv<«rlia^ il«->be aud "he couldn't àifofti UT-alie Tbib» waaj sold f«»r ^r^Àaer "on apeculation.* paid for .advertía* iog, and ahottty, âftmardà' aold UnT sane farm fotr two tkówaád dalktaj taNNQt li wiuaiaartri^ Bog«ara »paMaririf _ U\% 'em a kick, and ik» pounaatl^y gal '•IP mé tfaiy wmiàÊMm$0i tlillt ^^iiMH, ^faè ■Meiats ewmwsalE^wr ;

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