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Angelica Reporter (Newspaper) - March 14, 1866, Angelica, New York _ni î ; ' ijL V T rVBMSMBD BVKRY WKDJïF.SOÂrT i, ................................¡e.'F, & av W: DICKINSON, , Editors and IPropriQtors,, fltHiW«"''.»» ADVANCl^. MmmmxtUmtmpviWi»^ i* dolÀyëd for nioro tbsn '«hN* «ôiklha, nfty Cents additional v^iU bo charged ' % liarjo7»nd oomtlcto asaortnient of plain. ^«a« WMy tf»«. Md exeeUen» pnmcs, wid aro prepa-nd to do hwdbUli, Uw caaos, books circular$i cardti, <tad ia Slot a^iaost all UndK of pIMn^aikd-fuioy prlau ' «Dd eheap. ' ' ' "»1 ' ' «ifvt i ' - j^^ix; no. 38. aygelïca. íí. y., wednesday, march 14,1866." whole no. 14^2, ^WUHeMksjilwisiljwtliiwiWto*.* T^T- .TT^ ¡ijr^ICA-ítEPOlií^(AKamcA, IT.V.) EsXABHSItM^^ FIRE INSURANCE. HORNELLSVILLE AOÌENCY. ANG£L á GÊËKÎTV mORNEYS_ AND COUNSELLORS AT I.AW, Angelica, Allegany Co., K Y. WilJ attend To airMaioieg cfitrasted ti» their . cl^x«,' with, prpmptncBs and diepatoh.. , , J. •. OBBEN.] . [W. ANQEL. Offlce—Coraer of Main and Center Street. J. HrEg|lest(m, Wstefr Maker aifd Jeweler, anddealer_ i ' R6(MUdÍQg done on short notice and rea-terms. / , ÍjigelÍcá,Feb.l§, 1864. 1385tf ~ ANQKICiT^NSURANCrnOFFICr. 4Jrotio Insurance Co. CAPITAL ^ . - - $500.000 ASaETS- ... . >;. $650.000 R. LLOYD, AGENT. y Angelica, April 1, 1865. 1444 Dr. C. P Carver. DÇNTIST ' Dvatal-voosMi wer ihe «tore«f-S. -N.~BonneU.& Co. la Smith Davia' Block, Angelica. fsr I bave no partner, . 1343:tf PENSIONS, BOIJNTIES, and Bac'c Pay, procured by thé BtibBcriber. K. LLOYD, Claim Agent. Angelica, N.Y., 1804. 1401tf DR. B. GORTON, OT «CS» Frtenáship. N. Y. U20 P. M. FISH, OBXi^OBZSJS^CITHC, Û Corner of Main and Olean street, opi^o-Bite Rathbun's Hotel, where ¡vU Uiiula of Blacksmitbing will be aonc«on ihp .. ^ ahortest notice, and most reasonable terins-r and Horse and Ox miocing in a snperlor manner. • ALSO, Manafacturer of Carriages, Bug-giCB, Wagons, ¿c.; aad repairing done ou otiort notice—one door south of the Blacli-gmith Shop, on Oi?an street. Angelica. N. Y. las.otf B A X T E R*S FMIENDSfflPr AT. (Established in tSJG.i Y. ■tadents graduated in vocal and instrumental mn-■ie, and muiical composition. JAMES BAXTEn, Principal and Proprietor, -i«arSondior a Circular ---------------------------1400:tf furniture!! .^tna Insurance Company, hARTFORD. œmEOTiCUT Tncorporaled 1819-(7cj3i7ûi $2,250,000. HARTFORD INSURANCE COMPACT Hartford. Connecticut. INCORPORATED 1810—CAFItAL $1,000,000. FHŒlilX ÍNSmANCS CaMPÁÍ^ T. z _____ Iturlford ConncoHout. tílCOUPüRATED 1845—CAPITAL' .|600.000. CITY FIRE INSURANCE CÚMPANT, ^Capital $2^0,000. l'HŒNIX INSURANCi 00., New York Citji . . CAPITAL $1,000,000. NORTH ASIERIOANINSURANCECO. , Harttordî Connecticut-^CapStol $300,000, MirrRlPpLITAN INSURANCE CO. New^ôrFTÎfty. " Capital—1,000,000. rffSufSHïé canrbbr effected with tlte- sub-fl ii lber in thé above old éelablished Stock Cîotâpaoies, on Dwellings, Stores, Chnjches, l«'nctptieB, Personal PropeHy, Ac., ou terms rsfavorableas other responsibleinstiintioos. A'iy communications adflressed -to him at Hoinellsville will meet with prompt attention, J. C. MILLER, Agen.. March 8.18G3—pdly PACIFIC HOTEL, lÄ-o, iTsi, xy 1 & lya ' GREENWICH STBEET, (ONE SQ0ABEWE8XOF BBOADWAÏ,) ^ Betvrecn Courtlandt Sti-ceta, Kctv York. JOHN PATTEN, Jr., Proprietor. milB PACIFIC IIOTBTi is Tirell and widely X known to Iho traveling x'abllo. Tho location is especially suitable to mcrybanta and business men ; it is in ciosc proximity to tUo buBineaa part of the City—Ì3 on the highway of Southern and Western travel—and adjacent to all the principal Railroad and Steamboat' depots. The Pacific has liberal accommodation fcr over 800 guests ; it is well fnmished, and poEsesses every modern improvement for the comfort and entertainment of its Inmates. Tlie rooms are spaclous and well ventilated ; pro^-idod with gas and water ; the attendance ia prompAaj]d .resx)eetMj„ani^ is generonsly provided with every delicacy of the season. 3he subscriber, who, 'for tlio past few years, has been the lessee, is now eoTe proprIeîo{, and intends to identify hInM'lLthormiKbJt with Jh_o interests of his house. Wilb long experience asi a hotel-keeper, he trusta, by moderato charges and a liberal policy, to maintain tho favorable,reputation of the Pacino Hotel, JOHN X'AIT EN Jr. Oct. 18. flS Ceuts to Save 25 Deilars tiFGBMAN'a concb^tiiated BRitxHTB r«>niove<i Painty Or< ttse Spo's, &c. initantly, an<J dettiis Silks, plhbon«, I'lyy?'", , rgnal to now. Oulj cent* per bottle. Sold by OruggUts. iteo'fman & Co.. Chemist» and Dnj^iBtCjN. Y. Tiie Cause HUMAN MISERY Just published in a sealtd envelope. Price s 'x cis. a r.potnrn on the Nature, Treatment, and Rn>Uc*l Cure .if Sv-mlnal Weaknpss, or Spermatorrha-.a, liiduecd b» Srtif-'bu e; Invo'uutary Emission^ Impotoncv, N< r-vmi« Uehiiitv, and inuiedimpnts to Marriagps ecnprally. C.>ii!.umi>Uoh, Epi'ppsv, and FitR-, Mcnfiil and Physienl tncapadity, &c.. Hy UOB'T J. CULVEEWELL, M. t),, autnor of thffi'-Orren Book" &c. / Tbo WoiM-renowiicd aotbor, in ibis admirable L^e--turej-eliarly-prosei^-frumila ownjosppxience, that llie awful cou'cqiicuee of «flf-Al'Uie may be f-fTectnnlly iro moved witlioiit meriiciiie, ami without dangirou« snr (•u'alopfr.i'ion'", hoiigic,<, in'truments, ring« orcoHiaU |i»lii>iiig "at B mo'in.of. euro nf one« rertain a^nd «■(Tect-ual, bv wU'ch every puiicrifrnrr Tnatferwhi»t tion may be, mav cure Uimself cheaply, prlrately, and railiir»U.v. rif Thia lecture will prove a boon to thoiii=a,iids »n'l thonsmd». Senf under «cal. to any ai-dres», in a plaio «f aled envelope, on receipt of six cents, or two postage stamp«, by nddreFsirir r. ------- CUA S .r; C. KLiNE&CO. , 126B0iiery, New York, Pfiltoflie« «nj 4i;8fl. JTOL jffijrotra MOSES.^. "TVa-s a bravo day in Nashville, . And brave it well might bo, When twice five thousand freemen, Came up from IVunossee; And Andrew Johnson bade them Blcis God that they were free J His words to all those freemen Were sweet as life could be. Sweet as our dear Lord's gospel III wondroHs Galilee: "I, Andrew Jc4u}?siî,-h<:rGb>' —Pi'oclalm"(sathundcrcd.bc ♦'Full, brotid and unconditional Tlie right« of liberty'' (Thus spoke the ehie^ "to every'man In the land of Tennessos t And I will be your Moseg, —And lead you throngU tho Tlirough tbe Red Boa of servitude, To a future of liberty !" , Oh! 'twns a thing to^glad you,--r - A thing to make you weep To see t,cn thousand slaves arise, ^ Like^SaffiBonfRilnlilff sleep, . ^Ahd~6veFtlic1r wblps and'felt^^ Gke child ren dance arid leap I To see their faithrso Child-like,-'-------- As up from Blavery's iwls'' ' • Arose the bended forehead, WHOLESALE Ar«D RETAIL BY COOK & FOBSITTH OF EVERY DESCRlPTIoiN and STYLE. Both Home-Made and''Boughlenf Which will bo sold Clwaper than at any other Establishment ,, In the State. In addition to our Hall's Vegéfalïle Sicilian Hair Kniewer has proved itaeli to be the toofit perfect preparation for the hair, ever offered to the public. It is a vegetable compound, arid contains no injurious properties whatever. It will redore gray hair to its original color- ' It will keep the hair from falling out It clean.'! the scalp aad makes the hair soft, iuptroaa and silken. It is a splendid huir dressing. No person, old or young, should fail to use it. It w recommended and used by tjie first ¡hdicalaulhoTxiies. ^ Ask for Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Dair Renewer, and take no othar. P.P. HALL & CO, Nashua, N. IL, Proprietors For sale by all druggists. 6ml430.MEXICO. MEXICO. §30,000,000 LOAN OF THE €ABlNET-WARe have on hand » Splendid stock L o o k i iLg lasses, OVAL PICTURE FRAMES & MOLDINGS, A GREAT VARIETY OTP STYI.E8. AJ«o. Carved ORNAMENT-VL BRACKETS, and va-rioufl other Honsj^bolci Fixtures. S p ring Be d s 8«Te»l Different Patents. at A T T R E S S ES, 4 large stock and Great Variety. CALL AND SEE US BEFORE BUYIXQ. P. S —The trade cau be supplied pibiqet Ware, in the white or finisheS; oh liberal terins., G.W.OOOK, E.A.FORSYTH. : Maln Street, on» doorwest^of the^Riitbbnm, Hotel. 1423 Anpfelica, N. Y. Arene the bend^ Tiaclt"; . And the sotil emerged, in sunlight, Beyond its temple block. To hear old Andrew Johnson Proclaim, with x'oice bo free, "True men alone, whether whltaor black, Shall govern Tennessee ! And I will be your Moses. And lend you through the sea-Through the Red Sea of servitude. To a future of liberty !" Oh, what a throbof life-bloocl ' ThrilJed up from Tennessee, When all those loyal frecdmerlj With shpnts of child-^like glee/ Cried out to Andrew Johnson, "Our Moses thou shalt bo !" • Ob what a sound of gladness ! A crash, like breaking chains} • A flash, as of fire elcctric. That flooded heart.and veins ! When Andrew Johnson answered, '•So 1)0 it ! 418 God ordaina No longer shall rebellion, No more shall slavery, (Thus spoke old Andrew Johnson)^ Pollute our Tennessee ! For I will lie your Moses, And lead you through the sea— Through the Red Sea of servitude. To a future of liberty !" Back to their horae.s. deserted^ Aud hack to life long toil, Tbc branded brows, the Ijended ba'Jis, The yeanling souls, recoil; They wait for Andrew Johnson On (ill the Southern soil. Behind them lies their bondage, Ami there the Red Soa ròlla;^ Tlie Wilderness before them Unwinds its desert ^rolls; Tljey wait for Andrew Johnson, They wait on , For him who bade them trust bim— For him who said, "Be free ! And I will be yotu- Moses, And lead you through the sea-Through the Red Sea of Rcrvitudo, To a future of liberty !" itbout him that, was prcj^ijsacssini. Endowed by hatum with a good "cem-liioUdof luSgu^tf, ^uuli^^iig well-Informed, ho was in conversation, both interesting and entertaining., IJb was a great admirer of poetry and poets. Hisfarorito author being Shakspcare, from which ho often quotcti. Ho was not married until ho was 86, because he would not disregard tiio admonitioii of Shakapaqro, "Wianiy nnii glnwi tTie^itumbf^^ ' He told me in far raorc beautiful language than I car^ ropttat, that his wife was aslpvejy aa as a snow ftake, as gentle as a zopbyr, as good as ail angei; aifd that during her life, his home had WeiF aif "ef^ lasting treasury of joy) from \vhidh .Tht CrookiAFicklM»' Jemima Jane Jilson's OSers. BY SAYTE SAYT1ÎVILLE. : Amos B. Smith, Op Oaneadea, would respectfully announce to the afflicted felativea of deceased sol-aiera. that be is a leg&lly autliorized Agent for Allegany and adjoining Counties,"to pro- for the collection of Back'Pay and Pensions. Dated, Caneadea. March 29,1865. Cbftpped HaudH Jk Vace^ ^oie Lips,, CUilBIaiies^ &c. - BtOTKilK & Co'8 C»«KiOK ICK WIT« Gt.TOBni*B, «u»wi cha«1|»edb»nd», &''M immedirety, aad will krcp »Ma loft and «aiQo'h in tho coldrst wratber. 8uid dnljrt?l«U. MceS5c«&|». Bent by mall for® eta. 1011479. • , .HroM(>».& Co-' -..... Cbfmtsts and Dmjnitit«, X. T. juli made their selections accordingly."; 0on8imptióñr®e»matiim, . . Scrofula Ifcc« . t Bmxvas * Co*» Çmvim MsdÌois al Cob Lrrci^jv kat pmwf, bf tmtaky jwifwwfwfww^ •Mtfll»' Mb I4«Mi.rMÌÌltr »nW»^^ •trfOfthattd BEPÜBtiC^P MEXJCO. TWENTY-YEATl COUPON BONDS IN SUMS OF $00, $100, S500,1,000. interest seven' per cent., payable ijí TUE cm" qp -nkw'yorii. Principal and Interest Payable in GOLD. $10,000,000. to be sold at sixty cents ON the dollar, In U. S. Carrency, thus yielding an interest of Twelve i>er ci:nt, in Gold, or Seventeen per cent, in Currency, at the present rate of premium on gold. THEFIB-ST YEAR'S INTEREST ALREADY ...................... PROVIDKO. ..............; the most desirable investment ever offered. IñmeñseTfactá of Mining and Agricultural lands; sixty per cent, of--Pprt Dues, imposts, and taxes, in the States of Tamáulipas and San Lni.s Potosi; and tho PligWed foith of the said States and the G^cral Government are all pledged for the rcdc-mptioQ of these Bonds and pajTiient of interest. thesecumty is ample. inju,wm buy »' " V •• H .. " $1.000 let every lovei^op repubucajl instiiü inosil Btnr at least ' . ONE BOND. CirculM» forwiufded and »u^iptton« «e-ceieed by ; JOH*'W,<}OBtIE8 & CO.. an4 »epub¿rofM«ioo, 67 Brófídwar, N. Y. »oelTOl by Bank« 18s5. ' > First, reader, let me tell you that I Jemima Jane Jilson, am an "Old maid," 35 years old last Lamina's day. I am not as handsome as Cieopatra, Queon of Egypt; neither am I as homely as Zamora, the Queen of the Goths—I am not as good as tlie wives of Judson; neither am 1 as agly as Jezebel, I am not OB humane as Dorcas; neither am I as crnel as "Bloody Mary"—I am not as deceitful as Queen Elissabcth of England; neither am I as frank as Ciirdelb, the daughter of King Lear.—I am not as changeable as Gertrude, mother of Hamlet Prince of Denmark; neither am I as steadfast as Imogih the wife of-Posthumus—I do not thirst after glory and honor, like the wife of Macbethi neither do I care as little about them as "Portia,. the Heiress"—I cannot see into the future like Deborah the Prophetess, ntjither i-aflv am iie.jdraw..cQjitkuaÜ ness. But since -she haí left him, lie could lio^ET^irtoJfctt^t ^^ "How wear?, stale. flat._ana_niprorttablo. Seemed to him nil the nsbs olthia world," He told me that-;|«stonjiyear hadííed into the eternity of the pajt, sincci sho had departed as calmly ij) the moon-bei^s that rest upon the (ill, and that, "Death lay upon her like an imtimely fr(»t. Upon the sweetest flower oflbo fieW"-That he could not begin, to tell how desolate his heart and hone, was, then. But he realizied that "moderate lament' ationJ3 theiright of the dead, excess-ive grief tho enemy to the living," and he was glad thát ''Affliction might one day smile again"—He felt that his home would bo to him, all that it had been in former days, if Í would consent to_ walk with him tho páth of life; for both in my looks and actions, I remind-him vfery forcibly of his dear'departed Maria Louisa, and would 1 not fill his heart and home, with love and light, by becoming Ma wifo ?: , ' . Reader> what should I have told hjm. I knew him as well as I knew ájí^lk that I have studied long and faith' fully; and "i'aster than spring time showera, came thought on thought." Well I kiiew that "N^o visor docs bccomc^block TÍlIíoliW So well OS soft and tenfler flattery," and ilrawinir mveolf nn tft rov.JQroti'l'ie.i T c.iA. .ij.fl ^lare, t, ' « mima Jane Jilson, would become your John Jonah Smi^th's wife, if you forcibly reminded me, in your looks and actions, of ray dear departed Obadtah Skinflint; but as you do not, there is the door, and in yout wanderiugs here aiTd"there7——— "Oh wad sotne power tho RÍftIo gío you To Fco yourself as others sec you, it \\-ad frae-raany ábíuñdferíreE JOU-— An foolish notion." He ieft; and just one week from that time, lie married á young, girl of sixteen, who was -As chcste na is the Ind eroft be blown," and who had a mind that "envy could noL but call fair.'' Í pitied her, for I knew she had married him through the influence of friends who bowed in adoration, at the shrine of his wealth; and 0 1 how I wished there was some art "to" find the minds constriiction in the face," that her pure life might not have been sacrificed. She never saw a moment of peace, after she became his wife. It was aa nalui;al foi: him to sow disorder and strife, whetevér he went, as it is for the sun to give light and heat. He was jealous of her without a cause but,— • ^ «•Triflea light OS ti Are to the jealous conlinnatioQS strong Afiproofa^of holywriti"- t—— He |jid not cease to reproach her, until she' slept the áleep of deatlj. Th&äottnd of brisk stept/ dircctionn m subdued tonw,=the t^refttHy- liild tca-tabU) with .its china and sitter, all confirnmcd Minnio Warjren'a whisper, "WeVo got compony. Aren't you glad, Dedo ?, Uftclo Aaron'« come." And fond Aunt Lucy ^d granted the ifi-most wish of her IKtlo heart by allowing her to think herself useful on this great domestic occasion. "Hay I get the pickles V* b '•Mind-Äud ..mek- fltit _ ihn fitraight ones, my deaPi" "Yes'm," and back she skipped with a plateful, so green, so hard, and sure jo ho brittle, that even fastidioos Aunt Lucy was satisfied. , . ^ Minnio dropped into her little chair, watching for an oppottunity "to take a «top for auntioi^-aud sh» sat,-gravo Ihies were dratvn iipon tlio^florious little faco^ and drew Aunt Lucy's eyes towTirdaherT^buRy'tf^herTvasr-^^ " Why did yoù tell mo to get straight ]pÌGkleH, rAuntr tttcy-?"-—— —^ "Oh, because they look a lUtle nicer for company. The crooked ones tasto as well." Minnie fell back, pondering tho idea she could not express. "Aunt Lucy 1" "Wbat,dear?'i • "Do you love Uncle Aaron better than you do Uncle John ? Didn't you tell me Uncle John was a dear, good man ? Aren't they bothy'oHfJjrothers jiist the same ?" "Indeed they are, and Ì love- them bDtb>"^an8werpdMi88^^Tfue><ittiek tears dimming her glasses. "But-—but"—tho ©artiest eyes, the quiviering lip asked permission to go on. Miss Truc'a smile granted it. "You havo made toast, and cooked chicken,and put on the prettiest dishes for Uncle Aaron, but when Uncle John was hero you said, 'Never mind, the blue dishes are just as well/and you didn'ttell me ta get tlie straight pick-lea, either. But, auntie; lam very ture you told me to treat my little ustalik^^ FmíOLgüM Y, NaSIIY ¡o» tbt. sltca-TiON.—ib hi« reccnt letter from the "Stiiit nv Kentucky/^ho sajR: . rnotice »11 over tlie Norffi^ fl^^ mocrisy is a firin gons and marchiu after brass bands, and hiriDhtlls lor cndorsin Androo Johnson. Ais a sentinel on tho watch-towcr I protest 1 in the name iiv suffriii Kentucky, \\r whien Sttiit I am a adopted sitiison, I protest! .. » .* ♦ « Who pays for tlié halls? .Who pays for the mnsiü? Wba f dof? Jbinicicrats who do sccnt pott offices in the distanscf At they like war hoss in Job's vírítibs, who smell the battle Afar oiF and remarked, Ual Ha 1 to the trumpets? l/et tue cntreet sich that thoy can make a btitter in-vestment Of their means. Tho cost uv one ráóetini .put in korn whiskey, would not only 8o(ace ibeir-fielves, but start half a dozen Abolitiou-ists w the"road"ioM ^ Men is deceptive. I hev hopes of Androo Johnson-tnyself,-and princl- "Well, Jiinnie, I knew that yncld Aaron was more particular abou't^eat-ing than tJucle John. He is to having things very nice at home, while Uncle John is not." "I know," chimed in'the iSetible, eX-presaivechild^a voice, f'lknovvwhy--^ because - Uncle _John ^ ia_ pooil Bjit^ aunt'e, if he don't get nice things often, Mw^t ---------- ' . The naive home question, put with moist eyea aud deprecating tone, Wati too much for Aunt True. She would have boxed a pert childs ears, but she answered Minnie (would that all of us could be as wise I) humblyi ....."Dear child,-AuntXucy was wrong; she loves her brothers just alike, and meiinrtu^eatihem^^n^ -Uu- cle John comes again he shall have a nice supper," pally becoa Vallaifidigham and Fer- "f^i? »«wweni. iiandy Wood hov hopes. Them buz- to-^loyal ¡sards can smell carnon a lung distance, and they aro seldom at fault. In this kase they may be. Thoy base their hopes on Johnson's speech at Washington on the ill2d. There may bo suthin in it, but ain't it possible that tho stench which they took for Dimocrisy, and wich they sposed cum from Johnscm, ainz from them cz surrounded him^ « * * ■ * Androo" wuz mud. Th6re~wuz a mass uv bile on hiz politiklo stumick, wich must be got rid uv-^he hed sum jiasty thinocs to suy, and it was a part uv the eternal fitness uv things that ho shood hev a nasty audience to say em to. I don't propose to go orf into spasms over tho present sitooashun. Johnson proposes- to coniinoo the Freed-men's Buro^ and hcsn't no noshun of repeeliii the test oath, or of dravirin the military out of the jDimokratio States, ^0 far as heard from, ,we uv tho South atvstil in a stait of abject cussitood. Our habis corpuses which Linkin took away from us heven't been returned, and we arc oblecged to git along as best we kin without em j 1 knocked down a small nigger yisterday for„the purpUH uv.aBsertin'the Hooporiurity Uv the Kftukasliun race over the Afrikin, avJ-t.'nn^»^«» jwMitv» ihti«,« itiij,«-^ toned and shivalrous members aro ex-clooded from Oongris, on the frivolous plcit that they wua kerifols brigydeer ginerals in tho Confederit servis, and all. these outragis agin Dimokrisy, Androo Johnson/ by permittin, obso-lootely approves. . - 1 Could probably swaller all these things. I am a Dimokiat of thirty years standiny and nv cotnwy- her bin on both sides uv evry politikle fence— , , , , . the seats uv my politikla pants is full TeBpand-PH-gefe-the-^ti^aïght pick-k ta^ les, too." "I declare," said Aunt Lucy, shnt-tng herself into the buttery, whirtl? the four years of experience outside walked away wJth a happy facci ''I declare, Luciuda, -.that child of yours does ask such questions; did you hear her ? 1 shall never see a crooked pickle again v^itbout being ashamed of myself. You must be carefnl; that pickle jar has taught Minnie more about the sin of respect to persons than the whole second chaptcr of Jamds would have done." This vivid sketch of Editorial character on tho Pacific side is from Artemus Ward, who says: "My arival at Virgiiiia"Gity was signalized by the following incident: I had no sooner achieved my room in the garret of the International Hotel, than I was called upon by ah intoxicated man, who said he watj aiileditor,! Kno.^^^ how raro it was for an editor to be under tho blighting influence of cither spirituous ^ malt^^liqnors; I -received this statc^^ mcnt doubtfully. But! said, '/What satd ~ arid went these things I want to know what I I am going to git for it.- Ef Androo Johnson goes back on his party and pledges lie liv course askâ us to go back on ourn. Pbtrolei'iî v nasby, I «m ted toftó en- Addrew 0. T. dhAA A MOÄTH!—AOEÎÎÎS wi ¡nVflltinrfy »W» «rtW«., jait out what I am, and when you speak of me-"Speak of me as 1 am, nothing cxtenaate. Nor set down aug\>t m malice"— For "old maids," you know, are queer, and sometimes as revengeful as Shy-lock, the Jew. My first offer I received when I was eighteen. It was from an old widower in the fortieth ynar of his age. He was as tall as Og, King of Bashon, wham Joshua conquered—as round shouldered as Sesostris, King of Egypt as dark as "Othello, the Moor," and 80 ungainly that oho could hot see him without thinking of Esop, the Fabulist, as described by Rollin. He had eyes black as midnighty and liia hait.J"ar what I know, was red or blue, green or yellovv; for he always wore a wig to conceal the original covering of his head—He has a low broad forehea.d, high cheek bones, and Roman nose. In his disp^^^ he was as cruel and hypocritical as King llfcTiard 'the Sd of England, and to his enimics he was "A fitony atlvcreary, an Inhuman wretch, Uncapablo of pity, void,and pmpty " . " From any drachm of mercy f Possessing that malice that bears truth down, he always came off more than conqueror. In bis dress, be was very peculiar, and like Faulconbridge the Baron of England, heHloolc^Ss *if «He bad bought his doublet^n ItSly, bis round hose in France, fais bonnet in Germa&y, and hi« me&nness every whiere." But, reader, notwithstanding what I have told you, there wm something A'Moonle8,s Month.—The month of February, l8flG, now gone, will be marked in the astronomical calender as the month which had no full moon 1 January had two.full moons, and March which she done in jist ten years after she entered his homo; and as I looked in her coflin,I wastl ankful that, _ "After life's fitful fuver she slept well." Scarcely had six months elapsedi^e-fore this talj^ round shouldered, deformed 6ld~widcwer, asked me again, to become his wife. I was so angry, I hardly knew what I told him. I left him in a passion, declaring if he ever presumed to" ask that question aijaio, that I, Jemima Jane Jilson, would spit in his face. A7shortrtimc afterward, he married his third wife, a|id transplanted another young and lovely flower, from a home-Q£pcace,-la langjniiih_an4_Mlher in his gilded prison. Six weeks ago this flower perished. And yesterday, the bid, black hearted villiau asked mo again, in his usual smooth language, to dispel the dark shadows that hovered around his home, aniiliiiTt wiiii^ coming his wire,r-and I, Jemima Jane Jilson, spit in his face. _ Header, did I do right ? If Kdid hot, rememter ^hat "old maids'* are often times, aS ugly as Katharina the Shrew.'L. r ^ .. BlJfckCt«ok~wirt Almond. name ?' " ''miV he heard hiui but. lieara hmi pacing up and down the hall outside. In ten minutes he returned, and said, "Pepper i" Pepper was indeed his name. He had been out to see if he could remember it; and he was so flushed:with his euocessjthat he repeated it joyously' several times, and then, with a short; laugh, he went away- I had oftettiheard of a man be-ing so drunk that he didn't know what town he lived in, but hero was a man so hideously inebriated that he did'nt kuow^ what his narie was^ I saw no more of him, but I heard from him, for he published a notice of my lecture, in which he said I had a diissipatcd air." m and thirty bomw MU boy »«o«tttly diidal W«l &¿h«», eo®ma«oe of «aottir hof pOiNrADOM, at î»l»y, «m his stoaiacfc, ifrttDe lylA^ «jf«», m* tbath« eoald aot rtw. Ha «M MM A- jpofti dittrMii.....Sarah Maiits «a«lM*lMr yoatiRer rirter to g» to A««lt«lli In m Mh» to a VtoUier who im ÚO^ mM hi MUfbomm» When «be heard et the hm of f^ ÌUK a»«^ poliioned hemolf with the oil ef bItÑrtóíSK, ... .Thackery tell« of an Iittb woEwm hägstof aliniof him.who.wheü dM Mtrhh* Mthfahüiid inhi«!^ket, ,(;Tlod,oiil, "MarilwMwNÈef heaKK follow } on all year «heiTh» palled oat hit anulT box, immwWately added-— Ttdim overtMie y»i".., .The if—liiii fa New York, where Burtoo the feoW acteamf authcvr« iotmitñr didpeoMd hte now an IriHli lodging home, Ihe ahMMMof tho ciitablishmcnt, ahoclted hjr ik». wvM« nakedßeeiof the«t«tne efVettw^iHMdii «iñodí iff thf VttU, coveiH it with hfriiim iH^tñim and when tlicy were .reuMmd, iatßgmSSÜf hacked tbe^iatuoto iiieoiK with'aaaae..... Oen. Orant In no longer cemewd hfthe ûtmo^ I pi tiSifli, they ate ifiäoet unanimou« In dénoudñfc hin in' the langnage Oie Bocheeiar «Hltb seeking to oonvÁt hiniaeirhüio aKi^P^leo«, «nd exerciKe devpótic {»tirer«. The Opmwrheadf Imvo disoovenxl that ther eàoiaot hm Ulti Iron-willed volldicr and tiatrU.... .Á leMer ftoni. dfldndati my« tí» FrfsOdmi hM nÍMwid, hi the Covington (Ky^ district, the FoihMMter. Collector aad ArncMor of Interoal Beve»«», all of whom were Sadidal« owpoMd to Me mkMM* tioQ policy. JceMB. Grant, «hefiMHMrcir«eDí Oraat, hae siwòeeded t» th« ì'nrt—rtawiilti: Mr. Graiit ie « very üedM^f« BowhUcMtí oppoMtl alike to hegro equality. QiUte i. Btir 1» vialble anions' tbe^adleal d&^ofcyciä^ naU.....A gowtping New Toffc t'aiittj(¿iMtt«« sajte that one eveoing huit: iMka wedding took place ia the fuidljr of an eptíSMi cttlae«. net of dlaniDöd car-nngs, were Gxaniliiiug the gifle,' eMHrfnge muitedi It waeeoottwieerlaiaed that only two cárrlagei hád left the honee. ~ iVwai otte of the pottles occupying them mnet hav# been guilty of the theft, and sodi proved to im the caw.....IheTreeidentwaievlMtly «Mh' ing g^mo of Forney, when ho oalhid hhá a dWB duck.....£arl Euasell recelveda depatatioo oii Monday from ttie Coyal AgricnUutal Bodety, in reference to thecatUc-plagoe.,.. ;GeB.' Caá-stock of Gen. Grant's itaff ha»-Mxiv»d-beR) from Texan with Ím|>oHalit lepotit for ^ Lientenant-GeocnJ,... ttaB Vni^dmv nowB received of. Hoit. Fletcher M. lÌtS0tì, Iato Judgß of the United Statei l>fetikt Court. Ho formerly rtí^od in Bodteiáar, IfV T. .... A Mak in Schà^lèr Oounty haa rëooiverad $S7 froma rocruiUog agent for ladactog hll son, aged 17 to enlist, and who wa« kiOed iti battle.. Jtuliro Balt^ chai)|ed the Jaiythat if tbo defendant knew that the hoy > age, and induced hinrto go into the eervfa» minat hi« father's wish that he wasValOe fot iure« .J.—. ^ j^Aî« v^.,:. jt Miehlen lady was last week vletitahMi at Tt-tusyille by atl tindiseoTeRMl eeofideM«eeoan- when she futind «he had beeniwtedied. Fotne {^euticiäen on board mode (he «im of $87 for her, whicli wasabout what she had ket^. fut not your trust in strängen, iboald he ìht motto of tmvelers on the cari.... .On 'Thun-day Inst, a ton of AUfat B6we et BnMldoai FntnkÜti yeMtofi^ playifaUy stiAptied a borròwéd revolver at Mt Ütothcr, when tho Charge exploded, thè ^ eatering her he^ The dictj on gatiirday.. *......A pTrig car on th0XSEHti«lTBstiieeidn:iwwrön' iireday night, waathrown Croca the tiack »leer Thür near Utlca, and pratty Uadly ttntshed, aitd set on fire. One tM«raager wat hadlv tetjumtf; and other» slightly^.. ..Thi neit ^Wa Kor: ual School located to Weetem ISkm Yoik. Where, h aok y^ decided Bt«*fnrt ia «aUne a btroog effort to get It then, and if no oppoii* tion stronger than thM whkh iMt he«* |««tan-ted is brought to bear agaliul il, It wtthmlba^ bly sncoced..... A married imH MmdlUyiicr at SMtdlake. Benusdear owinty, htt week elop^ edwith »married woroatf. taking $6,«00 hi money, and tcaviog hit wife io a htrdi with » family of children, and the «aighhoi* hightr indigniuit.....About 20,000 eolQcai IroMit, the Department of Texas, are teanrihre Tthonly will haio tm,i but February, has none. ÄtÄÄ^SÄS Of course, this peculiar conjuncture of periods tliat makes tho lull moon show her face but a few hourS- before the month comes in^ and again a few hours after the v^^month goes out, is a rare thingjn nature—but how rare, do yon suppose, gentle • reader ? It has not occurred before in your lifetime nor ours—not since tho time t)f -Washings ton; not since the discovery of America by Columbus, no, nor since Uie Chris -------------- - the Pall oCAd arrived, and active |fle|>aimliusit «la Ifofaig osi with a view to «a^ ont the order dBsUatog these tni(^....'n>eBa&slo ChMrIkeannw ineroat coiapUdnts of lq}Qiy ^ pttadi h«ds itt thatscctipnby the latesefeNf fMMOMr. Hie told peaches inKew Jeftev hiMtialie aaftMil to a great extent,... .tn the flheele,«* the 18th. M. Ronher ptaiseM «Mr thsf speeefa dit»T«ft4 M. Bols» fa FAfiipïjrtiii*. Marthia Forey stated^ tiwiètwn «fth« French troope Ihm MeKcIo «nëht^HblM »laoeto speedily as ^ihearad l»he 4eaiiedfai hMoo, and he-eveu advHMdl ttiallkash reen-V forceotents should be sent oat... .iBngUsh pa^ tian mrsôr Hîhce th^î.U-oiAdam, nor since the creation- of tlic world, un- conectscrowMüjiikiéM>Íu^ 4esH thai bn placed back myri»ds of AfcU eldetly ahigood-natured spinster^ on being rallied as to her. "sihgle blessedness," declared, "I never yet have- lost heart, because I have oTwayslcept in ronstant temembrance the fact tLat Noami, the daughter of Enoch, was five hundred and eighty years old when got married." Sewer Rats Killeo pv Electbicity--A new and curious use of electricity is now made in the Paris sewers. There, aB^87well4inown7%e-rat»:^warro hy-millions. Wires one hundred metres long, insulated by glass feet from tho ground, and connected wi^h a small galvanic battery, are spread through tht^e subterranean walks. Little piece-es of roast meat are attached to these-wires at short distances, and the"rats, the galvanic shock with terrific power upon theit bodies. Death is instantaneous, and the morsel moreover remains almost intact ready to destroy other victims. ■ . I®r "I have/ great confidence," says a writer, "in young men who believe in themselves, and are a^nuptomcd to i«ly"on"^beir from an ' early period. Whcji a resolute young fellow ateps up to the great bully, the world, and takes Irim boldly Tjy the beard, he ia often aarpnaed to find'it come off in tiia hand, and that it was only tied on to scare timid adveotur- years. And it will not occur again according to tho compntation of astroqo-mcrs for two mtUwm and a hdfcf^ra —or probably never—for before that cycle of ages shall be completQ#ii is oar Christian faith that tin» wiH bf ended, af.d the solar system be destroyed. Termfic éxplosion—iiva Mkn' Kiua eo and Several wounubd.—harri»-BCRCU, Pa., Feb., 31.—A tcrrific expío» sion occurred last évening at 'the furiiaeo of J. & H. J. Meilly, in Middle-town, resulting in the complete destruction of the furnaccj the deatlrof five men, ánd-the- wounding—of si* others. Eight boilers were in the far* nace. One was raised, through the building, carried 500 yards and lodged tuugajiallyc .A letter to th* thatth* notabiUty of I'eithls Ahixaitdw Khtnaa. may be daUy toen hi thestieeftia ^ rhm oosttune, followed a dowd «f «tieeÍhoys.....Tttl^»al a new Bosnaa OMbctte Pekio. tttstohaaf three httndrtdfolhNig, fifty feet bihfeédtk to the iKiiiHsof Ikä transept. Its spin wBlM«ap «»klllsllal the pfdacMof ^ M fiadlaf it vety aitortTrag^ii ifca aMwi in the Pennsylvania Canal. "The other Wöht'^^ boiler was scattered in variou? direo- wefemoaatadoa Hialpat tions, some of them, passing through houses and bthcr buildings, a portion of one boiler was hurled through a room .in'which two women were lying-sick, but missed them. The bridge ove^: .the .Union Canal wm carried away. Many of the dwelling« m vicinity Were raore or less shattered by tlio fragroeuts aud whole town shaken. The loss exceedea $50,000 The owners will rebuild immediately and workman aro employed in r<mov ing the debris mUm^tìUBmami cwwderadmWa^iì, Uli yjia mìSim fiadíf it very dHÊam HigttwaaiIh» tmmm otsStíndkj MoÊm: mM miiiiai, mm OCC» (weif* mm m^wSnSm^ Barici, waaihew amm, larfta jüaailiinsl rwmntmd ktiifm-mm^M the boaatil^l oMtiir «sht«^^ «M Arctâlake XamBh» ■■■■li i tnrers tar .j"»* the iàdion io sfSwIss^^lst.iBlii Wiai af " Ihote t^ ìrnfiftWmmm^ trioaUott ofthe ganfr «flipSüKS«.. the'rééinii caplâmt of 1 Lt the maaufactttre of OneacoODtttef^ Anna Uiiwt sütst that Ika i cost timtsr stècUfvt 9im i ^, oc eigsTinhtiVr«. tM the ocean, we wÄ wsMM can iKesesit wmÊk a .anaiA'af ^ sa this...,.Mr. Jh hmc-jriawiaM uisp^ ayiarttti >1 era." a^^QneeiiTi^ria ia reported ahocked at diecoTem^lhat ^^ W aad Prinoeaa of Waka imotea cigar* ettea together in a little Viae ^ttft aancttim. caHed mOàag rmm, Tbia pernicioi» and reprvkoMnMa practioa waa lM«|t htf royrf by her acape-gr«<» hnabaad} Mdj iMk« TiUa to say, aba likes it ;