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Angelica Reporter (Newspaper) - September 12, 1866, Angelica, New York ífliíf ^«f rtNt^íf»«»«; O. O cf. wrmtíKíÑsióíl;' irtiiiü»! I «it '»n wAai, 'it áÉñtAwcm, -trnm seristóssassMasa: titifi «SSiBRâ» FIR E INSURANCE H* T. IV«rtli Aai#rlc«tt laftiniace C«. Keir tMt CUj, 0ASH^áâ8fe13 - ... - $751,653.5t. - A—tia —rf-P-« , »ew York City. . tiSBASSKTS.....$ÔS3,978.19. R. I^LOVD, Accnè. Pi ioRored m«y pftrlioipftto in net Attg^ltM« Jnly 3,1 m 1508tr jOHiSr tí. OOtLINS, átfOIflEY ANOeOUNSSillIR ; Aa" TjAW, ~ÁiñceTíc«^ Airéiân r'C««nf y, N .Y. d(i!ce-.Fir»t Door EMt of B«ptl«k Chorah. BÄM BOtiTOK. fashionable ÖAllBE« âNb HAIE-DRESSEB. ^Iiii Door Weftt of JbfoeM^ (Jfßtt. AngeUe«. VimnéíürM» J'n.^Hiitce ! - tm uiw«f> iK numa wtw tome. . JBtM, ttM^ord......... KOet'lSS^O Ílñne, K«w TorK* ...... i^nfx, New Ti^rk,...«.l,MS,19Sl.tS SetvHty. HeW Tork..... ,I.«8i,860,24 BartfonI, Bftrtford,>««««11,583,163,6i LorrilUrd, Kew York.....1.403,681.13 Ifome, New ...... InterÍYatioii»!, ».. .1,000,000/00 PboQnix. Hartford,95T,000,00 Arctic, New Yárk........ 625,000.00 Metropolitan, N. Y.,...'.:. 612,871,18 N. Amer'cíi, Hartford.......500,00(ll.Cr0 Yonkers & N. York, N. Y. -500.000,00 City Fire, Hartford,...... 440,651,72 Travelers' Ilíirtford—Acci-^denínl, ........... 600,000,00 New York Life,_________ .5,000,000 00 a^ntnm JpwJ. TlrnpmTtm tí^iNrdM (MvIlM, ^ ll^rauN^ IIms looj^n« after idflrwtMi« loMt, _ TIm? í^ríPt jr ««nilnf eir, lltM tbl&f» wa ñnvtr ditt. Tfa« timld hand shetchet forth to alé A brother in hit need, Hie kiuaiy .word ia griefs dnrk hoar - T^ The plea of merer softly bnMttfetl, When Jftttk« threatens high, > I The soiruw of a contijto bcart-« Thoac thingg «hall toever die. The memory of a cloHping hand, -----^Thc-pr4!iiMttr6of^ ktn. " i Total.... .....$27,459,809,00 Fnrtios desiring KEtilABLE! inmirmjc'e. at -í>quitAb1ja.taieBf JurJU-Qnd-it to .Iheir-adcant&ge tonpply'at tliis A^ncy before insuring or renewing their po1i($iefl elsewhere. 0RANE, C0YI3á: YOUMa, Agt'«. e H. Todso, W.a. CofK, If M CiiAini. J. fi. EgglMtOB. . iràtch Maker and Jeweler, m4 dealer la all kiads of Glœki. Watehea, ami Jewelry Raiiairisic done oa «horl atrtiêe «ai ^ aaaabk lerBM. AagéllcavFeb. 15. mi. ISMtf Ì^ÌbÌ o*e li<mnett ft Co. P^ner. PENSIONS, BÓUNTÍf¿S7 end procnrcd by the Bubscriberï ' R. I.LQYD. Ciaiqi Agent. AnpTica.TrrirrT8ïri, rrjfiitT" bE. H. B. GORTON, ^^ Q « Friendship. H. Y. ]420 J. D. XAHDEVIIUS A 80H8. GENERAL INSURANCE AGENOT. JUf£, r/JlH AXD AœiDENTÂL. AiNto Ofer......... «86,000,000. A MM ta mt VAMipM«!«» i Hpe 0<K, K. T.......... 13,Ml.««« 1« . illUh " . " .........l.«U.l«8 48 Ina. Co. of N. America, Pa...............I.7Sl.UOOOa Mfacara nraîri» Co..». l«m<noao Maakattaa f« ............. I,fln.m40 f^rmaat* " " ............. 7t8.«sa83 ««««Hty ' « « ............. l4M«.SM«9 Onqttneatal " " .......l,a3i,MT00 Atrtie " et«,i<ni8 IntgreprtW! Hr IHTqtart'Bèn. Cifa ita«; «STi Jfi I;.. : i. u EqillUble Life Inrátibt!» jBtf.ü .(. 00 And all the trifle«, «wtfctand frail,. .TPîfai miiUtSTip love's first Wtss; If witi^ a firm', Onclian^ing faith, ' And holy trust and'hiicb, ■ TliOEc hanvJe have cînpped, those lips have met Theao thlngn shnH never die,. Thci am a/rti the bitter word, That wounded ns it fell; The cliilliniT want ofsympatiiy, Wo feei, but »never tcMr Thuliatd Îïiat chilifl tbc hteart - vUiose hopes werc^bouriding liigb;— -In an,unfading ri^çord kept. These thing« «liall never die. , Let nothing pasg, lor every Imnd 31u8t lind Bome work to (lof Lone not a chance to waiten lovo~ De firm, and juHt, and ttne. So shall A light thnt cannot fad* lieam on thee from 00 high, And angel voices «ay to thee— llief» thing« »ball never die. TOTÁI. Assets, t33,B£9,19a 67 «ylnror»ncc psoraptly effected by mail or other-wiRcSiiaiiyoftlioatioTe companies on all kinds of prop^iMrty. ciany ^th as; All commanlcations prompttj^ altcnded to. Oirï4CK IS THE^ ÍÓWÍTHXL STItEET) OLEAK, Y; ..... J. 0; »ANbKVIIXE. . \ MANnÉV|I.LI5. 3. B. VktmSSVlIA^. -IHlCTOR i —i STRICRIAHD'S: Töiiic : Pa M. FISH, Oornerof Main and Olean street, <>PP0-ahix Mte Ralhbuo*8 Hotel, where f ii klndi/T of BUtkftttitbinff Will be done on ttie ^ '{p •hortest BStice, dnd iSdSt reasonable terms— - ■• * O* Shoeing iii 4 iy|>erior ©n. STKICKLAND'S TOXIC ia a conccp tj;ated preparation of root« nns lierbii, witB nntlaclds and c.nTOina. tivos to Rtrcn!;thcn the Htomach .md nervoiis pysteni. It is a ccrtain remedy for dyspopsia or iudisestioii, nervousness, Ior> of appetite, acidity of tlie ^t/jinach, flatulency and debility, It is not alcoholic, tiihrcforo paiticiilarly suited for wc.ili, nervous and dyHpepflc iiersoim. For sale by ail I>niiisi8t ■ everywhere at per bottle, jnn' ly- 7iiui ^ , . DH. StmCKtAWS Còiiglt 'ïiO Moi e ! ^ifcîiirntroTTST Balsam and and Horie laaoticr. ALSO). Mannfacturer of^arriage«, Bog- SB^ WaiOBff« aoa^eMlrin^ on 0(itiee~^A« door abatii of the BlttCk-tOllaaireet. I3«5tf Cough Is wamwtcd to bo tbto Only preparation UnowM tocurp conshB, colds, hoarseness, asthma, wlmoi)inR.couRh. chronic coughs, consumption, brouelntis ami cnmp. lieinu prei'>ared from honey rl herlit It is henlinR, nonening; rfiid exiicdtbratliiR, d lUlrticulnrly suitable for all affections of the _.jn)ttl and Lungs." For sale by Dniggista «very-whcfe. DR. STRICKUND'8 ViibyAUtiáiBf Ik^ nUttMfli^ Cob. mteon. (From the iole^ ipltade^) isin the Stàìt of Kentucky, ____^ Augprt 13, 1866. Is unto ^ttl- ^ hev Hpent coarue uv kiiowd imltb Shop, on < Angel{ea>N.T. :...... InstHnte of ■ — äaa cured tübiiiaaáa of the worat càèciof blind pU«a. It «iveí immediato relief; «od effecWaLpemianaatcaro. IWitdirBctty^Itlà warranted to cara. Foraaloby^ perJb9tUe. FnWNDSHIKN: (BitablWied in 1868.) Midcate cradutad in; romX aad laatnuawtal an. aad mn^eMtpdaUte. 7 rMacipalaadProprictor. «■»iaadtoraelKalMr lim:U ÄMaßmVL mui« kPe*Mai|Ra, «<wU mi^tfliUy aaaotittce totiie ofllieled relatlm of «eceMèi eoU f». Mat bo I« A iexally aathorixed Afont ter ÀUêK«^ Mrf a^Ioiataf <7oanties, ta jaaf^rBoontiae ff Dec«a«od «oWew. Aloo §« the collootioa attack Pay ani Pen^ooar: O^. Ciwnidea^ Mamk 2t,tMS. FDRNITIIBIU RETAIL. IVIlOtESrtlLe A^D BY ^OKWTùmiiTEL lie ANGELICA MAUr^CTDREaS OF ___ M?OIi*lRÔ. RÖPLB8, Muskets and Caiiblnes, For the Halted State« Service. Also. PICKET ÁNi ItIT RtVOLVilS, Itepeatln« MIFtmCàli^RBrOLytNaMÌFL^ luaáa shotaan Bamls. ft aoa Materials, genneral-ly. Sotdby OaaDsatora and the Trade Ihronghout tbeeonntry.:^ là these d«7s of Houft, Bietk^g and anf (Mie» ahoold bare oiie^ BEMnrOTOrS BB¥0LV£S8. iClrculara conUinin« cots and dcscrljxtion of our Arm» willOetomlahedtfWia^pUcatloB.--------------- E. BEMINGTON & SONS, lUon, N. Y. UÒCBK ft XlCHOU, ARcnis, JVo.iO CourUand St., Ifew I'ork. mar. 21i QrËySllYDBSCRïH'lWM . Soi^ Bome-iÊaâe and "Ìtotcfìden,'' r V ^ V Which wUi be aold CimFertlW« miisr eti^ BstoMMuMiS fa the Is addition to ear Goa^Iete Assortment Of CltlNET-WARE L o o k I n ff 01 ft B t d ■, OVAI« PIGTOftB FV.4UE8 * MOLDINGS, A OBB.IT TABf#rir OF STVLES. 4kla(v Carved OftHAVBSTAL BRACKBTS, aad Ta> Tlotta.otlksr Household Fistaraa. Spring Beds Vereral Different Patanta. Jt large stoiok and Great Variety. > ' CAtiL AND 3E£ US BEFORE BUriNO. P. S—The trude can ho anppH^d witli Chitir«. OedateadH, «nd all other Cabinet Ware, in the white or fioiahed on liberal terms. . . , . W. COOK, E. A. FORSYf n. Main-Street, one door west of tho ttathbum Hotel ________- , _____^ -^flfifeJiciv.-N: : For aala by ail DmggisU at SO centa El BEMONaTON&SONd, JéfiqrAieAillMfleortliebM. I m tbeM parte« for. five year« diaaerteé« oofne together, boidin.. A^er in otiiiy Claw and poat ofii« in thé other ttsHiHL "Take^inl, both tojjfetbcr-. they go in Iota.» I A^nr the old Union—the bold, ahiveiroiia 9onlb-ner a gtiidin, controlliiif, «nd direétrn' Uîe maK^ûv^. Mnemin_|Q. Jiiaaelf..tbo ^laûee AV honpf« and tlie Diniokrat ur Se North folterib like puppy dog^ at f heela, takin anch fab things ee he C(K>danap up—thb Sfuithernéraahamed nv hia .asapeiations bût forced toyoosc 'eni—tlio Northferncr iincomibrtable in his prc8en<M but tied to him bv self interest. I saw a comin back the good old times when States met in con- coiitemplaif^d thö Scene It but it \v(jz in dead earnéìst. ^"What too wopt, KEROSENE CAS ÔTOVE8. ""Peace inany happy pei iods in the a evptltil lifc, biit I never W|iavprfc6jt «afittT^ Thq fiigt wjeek I wiiJ! maiTied ta my Looizor Jane it wiiz hevenly, for in di poiidentHv the olhcr bftsses incident to tlic married state I bloeved that she v^UB the undi vided possessor of a fai m, or rather hor lather wuz, which on tlie'^ oTd man's decease would bo liern, a nd the prospeck of a life-tiiue witn a amiable, well built woman, with a farin big ciiongh to suppoi t me, wi'.li pru-dt-nco on lier part, wuz bliss itself, and I eiiji.yed it with a dfg-iec of nmchness ran'ly ckalfd until I Couinl out that ,it wuz IciAt-ml mnro diM.-ply witii niort-^K^^H-tlr^ii it was- cTvr-with crops, aud iny dream uv ISa[jpi-ncss busied. Sweet ez wua this it wuz misery condensed \vlit;n compared to the soa.son I hey just passed through. I wuz a delegate to Philadelphia 1 I wuzn't elected nor nothing, and hedn^t and ciedentiat^, but the door uv 4he, lYjgiv^m J.,j)a8sed noicMh^^ The doorkeeper wuz a old Dimokrat^, and my breath helped me, my nose, which really blossoms like the loiter, wuz uv yoosjB, but I sped my4»evin « gray coat on with a strnd up coller, with a bt^aAi) etar on^o it, wuz wat finished the bi^niS: The ^othern delegates fought shy nv me, but tlie northern ones,bless their soulsithe minitthey safT the star on the collar uv my great coat, coiildn't do enuff forme. They addressed-mfe eZ-Kf^rnel and Oineral and scd "this wuz trooly an unnieritid honorjf and paid my drinks, and I succeeded in borrowing a hundred and twenty dollari uv em the first day, 1 m* hcv doubled it, but the fclluws wuz took m so easy that no iin<inccerin wuz retjuiredj and it febly Wiiz no amoozment. The Convetjsliiin itself wuz the most afiectinist ^atllet'iH 1 eVer witnist Tiled a seat beside Randdil, who wuz a munagin the concern, and I could see it all. The crowd rushed into Jthe tildiir and filled it, when "Randall, Tde-sired attention. Ue bein the Post master General, eveiy one of em dropped into his seat ez though he lie^ bin shot, anit there wuz the most perfeck quiet I ev are ^you blubbefin for?" asked a cnthoosiacitic delegate in front nv me who wuz a swab&ing his eyes witli a handkercher. "i'm a postmaster," sck I, ''and must do my dooty in this crisis. Wut arc you fiheddin pearls for," retorted I. "Aro you a postmaateip' . '•Ifo^'sez-he,''but I hope to be," and he awabbcd away with renood viggerl "Wat's tbe matter With the eyea uV ail the delegates?" sesi I. "They've all got poitffices in 'em," aez he, and be worked Mray faster (ban ever. While gettin a fresh handkercher (which I borrered from • tbe hind cOat pockct tft « delegate and wiciv by the ivay, in my delirious joy, I forgot to aay anythiuf to. liim about it), I looked over the Convcnshnn, and agin th^ teers welled if^ fi-m my heart. BIy sohl Wuz full and oyei^owin, and taloppedover at foro me, sat that bero Djck Taylor and Cuth Bullitt, and there wuz the Ncl- repreiKniiw tiyea^ uv the first families of the South, and in Philadelphia, aiji Gonyensknn, the leadiir DemocraH uv IM North, ceptin Vallandigham and Weed, and they wuz skulkiii around >yithiu call, with there watchini eyea <»n the proceed ins. Here is a prospeck 1 Here is fatnis ! The President into backer« #i(ii eartli. tk« him «ounded «nd bo, with the«l««rit;r<ii^ «eterietic tlie:r«e«» »praiif int« tlie bncka «Yi^ told them to M«t«wiMr^ mmi they hiated, bi^ ih^y bii««<| «fcejr amoo^d llieraeelve« adroppitf «Urtii Mh tu him. «' Shtop 1» «aid he. «'«r be ^ r« Pll cut tlie rope." My deir Sir, dall «nd -doolittle lift! «nd Johmton are a biatin ua o«t nr tb# pit we fell into in 1860. , All trent Northern mcnv tor the;^ carricd homo with em their commisshuns-—I, feeling that my Poll Office wiisg sekoor/for ef/ with the iho^ we'%'c got, wp can't refelect t^ohninm; the glory uv the Democracy bez ^p«rted indeed. . . . (which is Postttiaatdh . _ N Ew i'A^siooNOMy, or "Sions or Cba»« ACTKn,"'a8 manlfeHieil tUrungh Tcmpav. anient and External Forms, atid especially in the " iiu^Xn face DtnNB." One elegant volume, with nearly 80Q pagbs, and 1.000 iliustrations. 3y R. WeI.LS, Editor PliftENOLOOIOAt JoURKAU .Pdce^J}08t.pAid».$5,.. Addccss. ttrtfuOi & Well?, No. 389 Broadway, New pef»Étott»iiéiimni ofti|k£ r»t«^4i4 fft Shmtiif», Uiftt «matMh IMM bMM iiMeM má {• M«--!«!»' her feel âiéit keeáfjr tk« émihy ef tbe criMe which>4hiii or%ípi«led.* panielifftenl, w« iWt. nioei to Uve been an otttraj^, that, be •peak« of eno/fKbo« criiiie» not a Sontheim niih 'JéigiiM »de« not lay the epithet át the door of the North itaelf,- It. ie . ,trt .«c«in«t mòtratrime.^ ... In solfar «« -tlie-«(Miíéea-niitíme« that.tlie oeopln jmoii. Bible for the trar^thnt tile'«r«r w«» « York. ia eminently !S onr confidence I The mnniirthQ CôiimftîTiîrl playiii Dixie and the Banner alternitely, so Poaimaster a "The bands 7r Star .Spangle that nol:ody cood complain uv partiality, or tcH ret-ly wicli side Ihe Coiivciisliun wuz on> or which side it has been on in the past. Ah I tny too tiuscoptiblo Sohj iUkd up iigiu,. the tew.s ntantod, - but tUat-vwit vviwwvt eftuffy atirt-l frH fuint-iug on tlui lloor. T\vcnly or 30 North-deU'jratPK t^iicd ini, fiiUin, ««Vui Uctcll-in aito iiv the grey coat and brass^star onto if, ruslied to calcli' me, and they bore mo out nv tbe Wigwam. Sed one: "Wot a tcchin scene, overpoweied b}' his fealln8l"|l"Ye8." sed another, "ha deserves a apintnunt!" "I didn't go back to the Cimven-shun coz 1 Khrt^Wfflt yoose." and bc-^ sides, after all the tefirs that hed been shed, the members Wjiiigjn their^an-kerchers onto the floor, it ïiraa moopy underfood. Concllliàtîun and tender« nesa gushed ont uv em. I knowed it would be all right*^it tîohldti't bé otherwise. There wnz bonds which held the mCmbera together and prevented the posHibility uv tronble. Johnson hevin a ambition tu head a party, must hev a party to head. The Northern délègasbdn, wich hed formerly actid with the Ablishnist, couldn't do nothin without the Democracy North, and both on em comoined couldnt d(» nothing without the Democracy South. The President cood depend on the Democracy North coz he holds the officee; and Democracy Nojth conld depend on the President coz' ho must have their votes; tho Préfiidcnt coi)d depend; on the Dejnocracy Soutljuicoz; JÎieyÂwant him to make a fight agin. a Abolitihen Congris, wich is a uncon-stopshhe^lly l«îepin uv em out and pre-ventiri etnfVom woiloping their niggers; TEA ANDXJOFFm BOILERS. GLUE POTS, OIL CANS, &c., &c. ^ AU tlie CoOkinR f»r si family injiy-ffi» be done wltU Keroscae 0<I or (lae,wUh=®a ' , '; New Ifhystognomy? practical, lully, illustrated, and wQli suited to the wants of all. In the study of " the face" the re«4«r soon learna to read each and every feature. The not* es are clasHified as the K<tni«n, Greek, Jewish, Snub and Oeleatial. The eye« s^ak all langnagea, whether black, blue, brown or hazel. In « like ourn-ner, cheeka, neck, ear«, hand«, f«e(, walk, voice, laiigb, etc., «ro abow« (q be " sign« of cliaracter^? In no other work ia «o much lijitht thrown uppnj^ character and deatiujL jbfTifaTikiidlM Ml jUiia, j^r/kcLdiatinctive traits of nations and tribe« ao . clearly pointed out. Portrail« (if disUngQiahtid per^fis^f-ancient-aiid m^ern times, with bidgrapliicul sketchea and deljnoa tibn of fihaii^jlerj avo given. Divine», Orato^r;3, Statcsihcn, VV«rrioi'si, Artist«, Poets, Philosophers, Inventors, Bur-geotis, piscoverers, Actons, Mnsinians, etCij ar^included. It is an Encyclo-p®dio" of biography, acquainting' the reader with the career and character of many great men and women of the past l7000^'eiTra7"aTi(ll)f 11ie'■ pfe.sent—slicli tor instance, as AristotlOj/uliusCajsar, Shakspeiire,^ W Napoleon, Fiaukiiu, Bancrott, Bryant, Longfellow Irvings llosa Bouheur, Tlieodosia Burr, Ctibd(Mi, Bright. rj*wrencc. Bolivar, VVhati-ly, Thackeray, Dow.Kno.'i, Rich-: elie:n^vlIop|)cV,-Buckle, Dickons, Victoria, Wesley, 6arlylp, Motley,Mitt, Spcn-cer, Thompson, Gnlhrie, Alexander, and ItMitdiodA of otlioiH. A}{ontH wuiitud.— Book sent by n turn post or express, on receipt of Price. [Sept, 5th.] rebellion; thai tliej -are diitposed to acknowltidge éiIbnbilIfVW contri tion : that' thà7edeéia>%à«ÀhMt «cèeâ^ ^ selfd fence and f. ttfcder the Oonatitn« -fint ^nñánTiií ¿i i ììnJi if I tlon, Ac., it4MUittmc|i i^at the i)ef>ple «niroid«ea|» er.idr ofthe &mthaQ noilièniiW^'féèt' to be trne what,therefore,! the/ ' h»«» ho tlumght of admittinf The Plnliilelplii« pmóctàìMi ÌÌU tlie Preaiaeotfa wHl à|>i «e- auU in »«smentiug Booth«» ìmoI Thej do ikot ie*rM e«p«hl« of •iftêoi' atínir^ eithér Irfidaeè« or fc»»ìÌMiiii. Both «re co,w«rdte«, The «mit, «if iht ' thrvemoiiik« mm UmiUkrntmm wentary «pon thé Iblh^ «f Hw aent'k pòU^oTNniidMQi» iÊÊÊIÊf fli i iwIMMai.«^ ' '^"Iplflimi «MW ««MMIMKW» I 'WHisii laaMHü .lOT'-wRMHi^MK^aMasapniKi AN ACT«» iwfwt*« Mf« ] «werelimreheli«til#|li* f«mi ^ t. part^Bmlni IhîtiSî. wfot Atóttpl fó «M or ' Um IhláitalMlloilHWIv MV -Inelraewrtw-wliwu™_ «a iMtal.lriiacfcM .ürMrM^'Aw âSA M^ÌMI iMif «M« mttmm «nd Gen. Orleana Himer«, éìitm ' flMt. tlc^fià * was a murdetP of kiytd aljtea. . Al^idoiibi aa to ded traiiof Mayor :hi«'«*t' --fit- less troultle, and at teas expense thao iomp ' any other fuel. Eacli article manufactared by this comparty i« gSfSeaâ for Circatar J,ffiERAI^SC0milJ:0,tHB TRADE. KEROSENE LA&LP HEATER 00., 2(y« m«Lei«r.Br, N. Y. BUSINESS OOLLEQi MA Telfj^^ Ittrtitttto! „na» Ktii». w*/>»w««rsn4 jqb^^ CoQecetathbStataa. Ithaabee» eaSttahed twdre yeara, «nd has aocairad an iui»a»att«led i«|nitaMoa for pnetteal aad thoriwirfi twilmrtln PEMMAIimilf^ Weomasfely B«y..ttatao iaaatetton is tha woild haa produced mor« Iratelaaa peomen than the Ba^ driaCoawe. nooK^kccpiNo. Every variety of fCniW Kafey !• teighi frou» the most simple to the moat ooiBBUM.fd., Tte gtttoorta mdedi ^nsMa«of Mau^^ .-SlSMNriKil andl'racUcal Departments. The tMOaA^^AetM«-mentia tUa loaMtTperfea syiton «(Mba «hmA tklk» Thorough inttnicUoalaglv«« te C |inwi|iamiiUlii inetiA and Uie hiffhor muaamattea. wtirSilwarTj the Gheei-inan, winked at Randall, and nodded his head, when Randall an-nouncpd that the ji^logatcs from South Karliny and tht» Delegates fiiSln Massa-chooHits wood enter arm in arm! Witii a slow and measured step they cunriir, wd^trTTsignal from cheerin commenst, and Thén~DoòTiriTe ^lëd^ Rändäir, sich cheerin ! Iiisont his white hankercher and applied it to his eyes. the Democracy Soilth could depend on the President coz he must hev their iiepresentatives in their seats to beat the Abolishnests in Congris; all cood theotherj eoK eacl^ factit?t^ 0r rUthér ach stripe lieá il« little privale axe to grind wich it C(K)dciítr do wiitiout' the other to turn the igrindstone^ The Southern delegates, somë on'ehi wuzcnt 80 well pleagud. "What in thunder," sed one uv 'ëm, "did they jnean by pilin on the agony jftnd every delegate- aimtiltaneously 4iy-pledgin-ofr na^to-pay, the pulled out a while hankercher and applied to hia eyesi To me thia wuz the proudest inoBient «V my We, not that there wuz any thing ^rt^ilerly itiapintin in the acene afore me, for there wnzzentw Orr, fiiMP Sonth Carofiny, looking partickilerly ashamed of hissejjf, e^ though ho wui going tliroi^i a Jfiglily ; bat eiilremely dfs^slin in^ifipony, and wus determined to keep a" «tiff upper lip over it, and.Couch looked Jip to Orr as though wuz afe^rcd nv bim and ^^ tbo«^mi|(ielt flattered by Orr^a qun deac^iMum in w^kin at all with au^h But to my tM âççmé WM isigriificai?t. I 'looked iri't9 fnçher'and what did ae^ cz ((lein iwò .men, óñé jBiieakin an4 ^vthçr i^hikvaëi nv.hiaselC walked- «p- .that ' llt^ Waidid l i^i I aaw thé Dcan- - . C^HMBgufA^^, - rf : óbrüs;;^ roatored., to it» cçndi«b,un--l PÚpOs become f¿«iMarm Ihi^lf - ^ • > " • lip, llSSfgî^ ahip, Diilf lio tjS , JU81 arrived JL^ - 'Ht I.OCKMART * e.tçynlon.of ttir.lbej two w'ln^a «f w A« wtìrc .Öirookraüc " "'■'iMclliixîiWr^ ' " .^lî^entMcky, tlio. . , Sôqtli- ios tb» mßm fe i • mmMS^Wmrn feméis,-r«^^ Annor of Proof, but Only a Coat. A French journal bus a story of the invention of «n invulnei'able coat, with wlttch^xperiment»-were'recently maid« in Belgium. The iiiventor,Charlea Ber* nard, took pcisition at a distanco of tme hundred metres from a «tand upon which a cavalry carbine had been plae-de, and on taking off hia coat, «bowed that between his breast and hia capale there xvas absolutely notliing bnt hi« shirt and his waistcoat. He tlien pnt on his capote, which ia a flowing, gar» meiit faltihg to the ground, «nd covered his head with a steel casque; Therahot was then fired. The public were greatly moved when they apj^ared to aee M. Bcttmrd stagger and fall. Happily, he had only made a false step in stoop* ing to pick Up the bull,which had struck him a little above the waist und to the left side. The ball, deadened against the stufi; had fallen at Jiis foot. At a short distdnce he threw the bali to tlie markshian, crying to them not to approach. Not yet having taken out a pattfnt, M.^ Bernard absolutely " refused to let the garment He ¿eJlamìiied by whif.h he obtained so marvellou?^ a- re-snitT" T'heHaall was onlyslightly beaten out of shape, and bore on ita point th«e impiess of the stufi". The invijnttir offered to renew the experiment ; but, in presence of the result obtained, thoso V^nt. deelarud ii now e»pnfi>nent tin by the deapatdi«« .we refer, to OcbJ Shei alan (ells na that Monroe'fn aélect- ingJiis poliecmoii «p^inied ffinfu^y perate men, and »ome.o^ihem knoum mur* And theae cutthrentapé^aH ed the bidding of their bnital Rebel oiaa-tor by slanghteringXJnion m^n.wherever they found 'them.". Again Gen. 8. tells by the police, which tvwt notteaceUfidin muri deroug cruelty hy ih^ cf Foti FiUowj Ir WAS A MÜROKR WUrCH TH8 HA.roa AND Police of-tub crrv pe|»pktratgd wrtHoóír TiiK SHADOW OF skcesbityJ" -, Wc ask ovi'i-y loyal man to lieed. these ■ words.; The bravo and unpredjudicfud Cíen, Sheridan brands the .butcliering Moiiroc-who is sustained in hia course of action by Andrew Johnson, the accidental President, aa a murderer I And Geir. 8hct; idan kiiowa whereof lie epeaka. And what more? The renegad fírom the Uttt«fiJEUpnhlíc«n, provo th« Phil«d«lphi» Jglnin vention^ have givtn theic «litnt to "nij' policy,** «nil fnllv mitt«!« PiMidiM Jobnadh in hi« impwBllei aeierfaiiMl career. Awm .pw A Camt Thii»^. IfMi Sunday, p younc nuui called «foa Mr. LANoroi», • «relHtnow« bntcher of thi« over the Yanks wo killed ?-by pledgin us to give up tho ijee uv seceshen, and debtî" , "Sh !" sçd I, "easy over , tho rough ^ 1^8. Uy friend, they diAn't m^^ or if they âtd wc didn't 1« an oath so hard to break? Wood it trouble that en^inent patriot Breckenridge, after all tbe time jie swore to anpport the; Goh aUtutJOn, to aware to it wnt»t «oref andwoâîttronblehiia to. break it any mcMTe than itdid i^i 'Mf Nay ven Dismiss them gloomy thota. Vallan-tdigham waa kicked out, bnt tho«sand mules, and all of em old and experienced, cooden't kick him out uv onraervice. Dooliitle talked Northern talk coz Jta dfiorin the war, but he'll get :i»ver it l^aymond will be on our side this year, certain, for 4ast year he wuz agin us, and by the tinro Itc ia read^ ^^^ t^ agin he'll bo worn to-sa amatl a pint t^at he won't bo w'>rth hevin, and the Dimpcricy qv the Noi th wuz alias oarn and cf they Wnzzen the offices Johnson _hez.m jrcscrvc will dtaw cni like lode-_ : «Umn« the yo«^ «M* iooiiçy. the foHowiiif 4arjr. )naUhi« Mtmh W. Kavr. place, «nd deefrod to ««It him thi^ «t«er«. H«'ol(m4 (heai eh««p««d Mr.Ei. agreed to toka thioa the to call for bit Ileanwhiló Con« bearing of th* circvinaUno« «nd th«i tjib yottttf miin waa « atfticifer déttef^ mined to nnreit him on «^idoè of cattle«tea|ipy.. Th« «mat. Mr««; accordingly made. prifioner ,desired to find his .compnnion« «nd Mr .^r, hoping to catch an «[ccomplioe, cónaèn-ted to go with bim to t^ de|Wt Oboi «table Henry B. Barrow« went nhnig also. Butihe tliiéfr wiktchiog hie oppor tuhity, alippedaway, fook to lit«., b^la, atidscamperédiicrDsa the bndge, ly followed by tbe irate otterrà of j^t-, ice. [Some worjctneti headed lifm off^ ''Hank!* nabbed him io ahwrt nMiter,tan4 he was clapped into the lockup withont more ado. Afte^; garlnnà nini iitícessary. The coat is said to weigh very little, so^ that there can bo no objection to it on the scove^of its bnrden- soineueFS. THIÎ COHT OF SpARifiNG.^A^gallantin La Crosse,Wis, brought à snit^gainst hia jilting sweetheart Jo recovetl páy fdt; a bill of goods whicb he bad prei^n _ ^____ teà liei' While aparking, vi«.: For a gold NMbne^ljàng,JancyJiu^ white^kida «nd confec-tionery,attioitiitìng to $13,50. At the trial the yoniig lady preaented à croaa bill^ f«r keroacne oil, n^ntof parloe IHr "«parking,** and oonfectionary, $IS,75. After a ratber amudtnit trial ^ ' covrt gave a verdict of twenty fiveeenta aild coste againat the plaintif, the costa «mounticg to |18,M|. ___ .TaAKsiiEKT Yorito MKK.—Girls. be ware of transient voung men; neter aiiffur the addresses of a stranger; recol-Iwt that one steady farmer boy or mechanic is worth all the fioa|iiig. traab in the world. Tho,,alliirqm^ta of Jimdy^ Jy^feMitb ft. g^fld, chain, fshoslt his neek^a|#alking stick in his paw, some honest ftailur's coat on hia bac^k and a brainl^sa skull, can never make n|Mhe loss of a- father's house and a niothei-'rt counsel, and -th<J society of brcthei-s' and sisiera; their affections last, while those ofiiiuch a young- mAn are lost in the wane of tho honeyihoo,n., MWiW^to — «•it Savloa«. CHAP, «l«, A»^jatriay»« to PHHMd April IB. 186<;'ttiii^-tHhi iM%' pTOICDt« ' ' Thé Àir^ ftà^^mmU^ lKÎliM*m>iJmmâtg,i»maâmMmK 8acno»l. Altlio «ni aaavd the boARk of Mpervitow of tbo <«<f ijililir ■faiwiliKi« «v'otto ìì«»m MiirMiMrlMattMekiMrSSê^T Ile» of tfci« Stato,^Ikqr «u^, at fMr Mülttlh jury MMl<»lioc4 Ava« «Mfc dtte M Mi «01 al iMh «SSW WA apnottlrtaminl 1« ika mm-pmrnt^M'-wrn ach ««Miri. 'ÀMé^'mmm ütMht wnMMtethooiaolioAof Ite à^B 'f UHMaiy Boeo0dl«']MijafelalN^'i'ilM 'tNwtNMr o tho «ttfaiit of Mie iiiiniiij|i; ftMf^'ÉiÌh or on to thM ostile «orti «sloitfllMaMritoBt. ■MB aad sooi«car|'«f on. { 4. TWe«etiliall«alu tr tdip|ofy storie« Upi iin^üy.yöoafeaaed (hat lits name Waa îiuman Bd« and his home iU Little'Vi^ltey.iTowi^ip, CattárÁiigús county; that ho «tole « the cattle from Mr; S. l|arvey who kèfit them on ft farm ««joining that ' of hia (H«le'a> f«ther «iidrbn)llgbt the«i h«« hoping to dispose of theoii «ithwit 4e* Í0®» Mîr7^arvy i«' i» toiri» ^ «MÍ /f <<«amrnatioo wiU tattf plaeé Ihl« (T«c?dajr) jÄcwiosii_l Wà leo« beten! túÑ^M^híl^ ?i wrÜM« tt» le«rn th«t|Mí fMM ecaminatiuii «illl»taÍM •n¿ doohtlsss «Hoc «IwmiMtiéry romi«Iitlc«to ÁwkmoL i%niíiiiVíPli> . CRAP. ÍM» ¡..iKb-^-ww» •a tawfhëtttng^ eu dar ttw d^Of «■ «iitfit—___ Iwmohím4Lapalimtioai ' . - - — a»d f Mi fHitnadiip io baaHLIkWEkanSSi»* usS Ceiàmm m im A.'à ÉaaM.*»lhi CIBUI «iMiüBaHiiMi àlght ofUiay^ t» «M*** W It, al Mtw bov.lMioiMl« la lh«.iMM iNii¡^«ia«f> vcraly road.MU woo awloiflly teoii aat iavM«* fiif^bioTuiMfüriar^' n {hUbs mo to • hy tlio criminel the tnûtt ftJlMriiar<^«ia»lMMir «ken ho. tbeetaAipnUih.oMiM , ^ My deer air, I wan.stìcnowd á Irishman who wuz soiice killed in n Feuiau ■fíiíd^ çïrthtoyî'dTtS .a aA tTaC w«'ll dijç-ging. ^'fi'Wuz !iîs îot 'to'{jo to the À.bout„in.|^ïccen4 publication, siv^'s ôf an avaiiciouä man thai aoaniviwnywoa« «M-MqpiMV lima ceiolewoeefW Will»* W thU ho ra>4i(-d dotta uhm the« j^it Jan th» «ere l«avìag tho et««»«. Iriagfi« «Mlh iM av«(rttctifjiut and pm C|mtiymepFêi*aae ite platfum Ofelia evjlool. lato. |iio--Ja«fl^ «f ^tho Wi; #iK!BroÌr hofM) that Iho .«tee vit torn uv the-escavati'»« and hot-load Itie ''itJ:ad bccii^proven that, • ^ít^T havin«;: nn I tlwt wnn, ,wlM5n ma-Ve riveit "wjH ht, xm kiiiíllinp: luH lilts lo «nick a«.ìi t in tbc end of tiiO bellowiv to .«javtí the lltjt'i«' wind that was left in^tlitMu;'* '¡crcl uf i-ncb ,v!a\)o that the Uw vñll dad ri; ori«tîsly with tlíüsi wli^ so . , I ually piíc? tbftn în î«0p(ipîy. ' ^"'M. ' TT ' rhif» «»tUy M «feo HwNfrma «Hl «r mmmm . „ ,r .t. ;