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The people's journal. (Greenwich, N.Y.) 1868-1896, April 16, 1868, Image 1

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TOOLE m 1332. GREENWICH, y . T., A rílIE¡i6, 1808. -Vírl.. 37—Ni'». 1 0 . . H, 0 >-PAO£^-£^>m»v Petuìììsheb. XaEjPEowjp’a ¿Journal—an Independent newspaper BUJ> Otherwise. - $ 1 .0 .0 1.50 2.Hi { 2¡25 3Vashini aorlptlou aro na follows : . _ ' , In advance Onaor.rpoieoQpiea, arnos, eauh, .-. $».76 “ 6 ♦* 1.25 Villagei o n a l o o U 'B ^ g j j i i r o ^ i ¡-oar, 2.lio By m tul—Ouo copy, o n e y o a r, 3.00 \ “ Tw enty copies*, one year, eaoli 1.7fi V « - \ ........... r-f-u . Etettty •• 's« >• 1.25 \ •• Ono I n q u i r e d ..................... . 1.00 XrtMSal ial) 8 cribc;ts ora regarded, an tudaa w ilo Ret Jheirpapessiat tlioo-fHco of p u b licatio n 'o r at d r a i n - , Tnoa pogt*0iUoe. Club« a t tlio above rates m u st ba sent io, pHB Poet Ofllce, ftud to ono address, payment topo ittadp invariably in advance. Any person send* 'GroccríésfEtCt Drugs and Medicines. insurance. GKODERIB&: THE POPULAR P R 0 ¥ Í Í I 0 S S ! W S 1 « — I t i a j i a n o c f t R a n w - th n f c P f tf in lA ’ îiftWA . . JEtOj^o J B Î O C Ï S . * A Î f t l l ï StTCiSt* ItcU^a Docçss«y th a t People should U&vo “ . SOMETHING TO EAT,' aa vj-éU a s Bòraething.io asset, m ü ho \rtjo- pro videa' WeUiQrtiaoT7qîifaçf '• T h e Inner Man cannot fsQ to b e W PUBLIC 1BÏÎEÏAGT0R. B i ó d i , M a in Street, GREENWICH, N. Y, \I®“ ««, one year. »itew Iiw M /a- thíe» oT S 'm w tU a Will bo euíiüetl to comPîeto itao roraalmlei: o í -üw y o ^ ¡tf pot fltated. « te s for single subscribers. Eer- “ “ âg ’W Ç S - to i s a s w o t e w œ t maKo application to-the ruhuaher~--aiidno POCBOn is authorized tu Insurance- GHiEN’S PALLS, C a p i t a l , S ? i i0 0 ,0 0 0 . PuMwlier—àBâ.no person is autUorizea tu t pw » aubrwçibera oc coûtât aivmieg (bip this .off w ™ W tw i«t^tU tIiority slBTOill>y ttte J>uw5lii& „ ^ v ô m i a i E K t s a ç a J n iertaH n tto EE o m j's J o m - KÀLattho foUowiosmtes1: S2.» Sü.® « 8.00 $10.0» a . » 8 . 00 . 10.00 15,00 4.W. 0.00 1S.OU 20.00 &W Í0.UO W.IJ0 25.00 H'.IN 18.00 35.00 *0,00 lar.Oîl S>.M 1 - 40.00 «¡SÍ.OO _ _ Q b s ssjnstvi. ii . w > j,to Two Squares 1.50 9,00 T h u a •• 2.00 3.00 Pour ••. £40 i.00 One-fourth col. s.uO 8.00 Oao-Ualf a& i 19 . 0 a O n e column. IftQO 2UU0 ao.iw 43.00 80.00 MKM10 - T e a i t a a a r f c s j c t t n s t t t M o a 8%aan-, o M x c i i t l j 'o r seml-yearly aavCTttati'ss ahnB b e ontiH c i to have tUcii ttd v .'rttso im u u oliajiBoU m c r y three raontlis. ularaJLTtrtteor» - \■ • — ..................... ... th e ir annum « th a aursrier, fcalftj* whole column slmli also inoa»Basln«3» t«r»it$*r''*lttiiiui! od. aiHoitat Ttarji?. %t ¿..l \hjUmu losvttsd at *t4taio ratM ,»ailBlt sdwrtscmcnt», nut OMimtaateiJ Vl'itli aeaaito orclc» a« to tim t. will bo.insm«> until otUB^ wiao ori\iioil ttod ciisryo.l at nbuvo StK iM . S o t i i t s w iR W lcd l a s jr>.-miiii!at claca- Mi tUo futUouSrig { - - - ----- O a o ttoc, ' Toli ceuUi pcplino. ^ v o t to w i EiaUt •* . Oao iiiculb, bis ■■ •» ^ S i n r e s a v H i u y » ' •* “ *•' Bix •• • JTeai: — m » . .. - Oioyeatr mS* « “ • EDnOiiut ^ p T iera *ro diari*tc<1 &s ? On© ttoe, 3Plfti^u ccats t?cy Uno, Tvto tSmcj3, Twelve *• ♦ *• •• Oao moutu, Tm ¿* •• Xiijw montli*» Eiitht « ♦* - Six •• • six’ « «* •* Oaaycar, m o ** •' A» E v s a r paob of &st v l}wrsn -cxtiTEXin!? cipculauca in ixari^cru h w iotk, it* <l«irabiu»y aa «a.«&rc?ebliijT cie<li'am el r o c lu ii^ aa cuterprkW , ttuivinu a«a pyogpcrous ptic*Ma«?a>innt1w _ __ * vci* Ji)>w,tLv4'£iu; \t^FiOi ixcmiea siiixi? wa.T««ar»Uy l»y ‘tixm *14 of fc b trpo of ill* hve£t< a * e^as,-si5d'ur<ia cilidetif sutl Jtapil p m tcr AH who desire toparsliaso First Class Groceries, «( jïety ktaäj vrKU jooatoa -»SofeifeBiis ÏSOTIÔIOÎS.’ wBtdo «II to till st LAKFB?S, ■ftTaer ofTÒ*ain a n â ï^lsn sfre^tsljc?li.ero %hq atocfc and prices will aAjon«l3^iîy r*öve that LOW FIGURES are prevaioQt—wîsûw a m a n will b^em m n to e s \ tbe «* — —««. * w o rtkaf hlamOR^y., The Bt»vfe o f . ................ teas , Ç c WEBB\ 7\' « S0ÖABS, &c*, ‘&C., &c., cwwiCn bo rarpíateiü, u s á 'SsapIil^.'K iásIiíítt^guw ^ tütCDá In every icstano«, Oívoua lusübefúto pur- trvliM Buiiness Dirtctoyy. .txim n t. r.ovitiB, A E g E f i f t y t E i l C m i l l y - t g r , u i l l : i t f , ' n i 1 1 , > ¡ i l í V g ^ l hT?atr?*f=« WWW» w s .tx s tptftu tel'io lUffl.ííiweíaítj’ «Ed »ntii , promttOMi. OiSo) l a Kn.il»v'# bKikf ojiwdto tfas ’ JKulœly h t t a t . Öro«iwiai. X . Y. ¿ u t . t . » o u t a i s o x , itati» « Its î«ct. 0eürtilB»» S« ï . vrin aìfead ta »cteawleJjtemcnu tf deed«, tali» coBceuons» <u¡a pmpeily aitcua to all Ima#«» tKtrMtcAtohl» ta» tt U S t t Y B l f c l ï , Kayjlcba-'uSil* Eiu^eon, Oftg&gltî»^ S . Y. O?’1----) I,n , aUMMiSSOT. ! SiAma, +«crnoy unii couoirtc-r e t X»w, u ltt rrctocut» ar.a do fesd >qiU la tìl fcii Coati» r i Uso Baite. Koca*. * l ’ocT»,A>i11 «; i»rt:--M r f «[yy^m^nt irmi topjrtùeriilup, u 4 m u i x n a c l W1 ktnOs dra Ida «4 A few Words ^ f h e f e e ! {& y \ — *V\ ? Tlie' «3h*cnix* ^otOJ tftsped* F*f JAUycaUtUo WJ*i p p f t iic A t t e n t i o n ftrjo » a l iuistrifflt «iotk & i«ss, Provisions,-&c. t r a t o a n E o r e E B s F o n s i i E at . a * LOW PRICES ■55 jUUkUa iitcj M£ Sa~TT55t ^eîad^s (liW i C v U U j j d iU M . J C - ^ X i v ^ A w I U v tU M U lJjvO *IZ1 Bradley'« J t t x i , GacatJicS, WiuillisigiUiS-JStr. T . Tí. ¿ - I t i KÎÎIOS noi:80, ' .‘r O rosattlü, S . S.f ccïiîe* oí-Main ttr« e t * a a TftaS- fcgtoaSua, I ï. BctKHe f Ca., EròprtiUm, 5M» , lúüg tjUM hfeêaHsraio teípea-fof teo c c a ita tisa oí Bce»&,í<a{3rtís»í«c-:ttaa!;íia{l!!a<!f Ito iraTïUBg . paiUe. .. . ’ 1 « — - ¿ o u xs, s i i f c i i r i A 'v v . -KHcmzrmlLCmbéeSiit «t lÆtf, lini'» msek Httia fia«;. Otcc&trtc!», N, V~ _____ Iti '. ' sA’itiUi, stateti', A n ítioaarstailB ísílIiatóiV ísía& tm bo fcal,a*t tlio 'Jo a tn s l, <J&*. B ì i k V» córtiaT ef J é s i». Sireciand WishlD'ìtoti ru e f . Orwfiirjiti, S. Y.— BaiiBMs c a trà K » t» bis c s r» « tn b» fcwmt.ay' al- ténder to. - - tti À . J . H O S W O I I T H , Grocrrica, jiTovisitmiv. ossi«». cäS»rsj,4c:. Sc.. U sta ... - ........... ____________________________ W. «T. WAI-XWBi^ Drag#, mnlidii», painta, cbcralcala, teilet articli'e, cigaT», 6c-, &c-, niiyg s ima strtet. _____ và &- 3CEajK, Staplo and fancy dry goods, groceries, erockerj. &o>, Hill's Blfvli. Main streck. ANÇlSKWS & &WFE1U Pealcrt i n d íj goñús, grcccriw* crockcrj-, g^asa ^Rre, boots &n48k*}eat í;c-. Hill’s Block, Mam s trett É P £ » Y , nM X & Ü iJO B Ä T O ., Mamifacturcrs ó f sgrlcrilturai irnplcrsoit^jnsdiiKcry, casüii^s cí &¿l kiaás, c¿^2¿2i1jtí11c, <Urcín«l¿iií a . y . __________________ • ______ G . f . ti . Cooks, stationery, árngs» groceries, dally and vreeMy papers, k o .. Earrett’g __________ ____ ÂI.JB3ÇASÎDÎÎB mORAÏI, ClocSa. Jftwi’lry,. silver aid plated ware, fee.. BA rrotfa BoSîûln^ DR. A, R. EXJSON\ Ectecüó Phy8{cia«< Oißco R t.iiiß rcsidetico on M a in Street» on o c fo o r w s tQ f J u d g o Ingalls' residence. SC IX Ö O E .H Ö^SE Si 0 7 P P B N H I M E R , D i^goods, CÍoííbííígt“c?rpeting, ácc., Hill'n Bloclt, ‘ COZZ^ENS. Dealer i n Itovps, hartìv?aro, wìkxIps warp.i. òutlery, looÌ 8 t &Sa- at Ma ntsTPttinrc, ^fcrfn s t m t \ s i u i i u E i , m o m o L s & s , Readjvm^o öcs^iring, ftnujshiog gr^ods, eto.. Brad' ' Icy^s Ö lo ä , W a sídü^túh Hacfc. JillUES Ci>rv»EK,m HONS, Typofríúntlí'í^ an^ï priiJting m a tinal, Koa. $8r SO c a d ’ 82 Centro street, New Yerk ¿it^v twCxviv ä tV E ji t i e n , Üxeií-carí. P i m L W. MA.NIîEXiIi» n s ä jan c ö Aíjent, rc'prcscnti s a m o oÇ tlio boet oora- , panics ü?tho t'm ü îxy. - Seou^ifey Ins^-NvY. t» « Capitel, $1,000,000. tr u e . • c o r s e e s . mosæs, ssazah, 7S&8EÖ, . ’ T E O Ç I t M0LAB3E3, • SEaoSESBOU* . CJÜÍMX3,. 60.UÍ s m n > . ETC,. E tc. ^wliolcsaloo? VciMl, Bud C i g a r s S c O T o T j a c c o of the best branda. QI to him n call f e e & ri^rcim ing( dsowiieró. Jan-kyl •i. a .* jr. e q o t q b V h ft«« Aits» ’ H 1 TB 1 W S C S A LIJERÌ, OKÉENFlCa; N. T., tbbp5à‘26tùtiTÌiigl.yo,a r f i H ^ and frictsds fot ALL. KIKBS OF PICTURES. Lajge Pliotogi’aplis few Èruning arfl ma&to-id a siipcrior m ^ n é r ^ f' Satììa- way’&Gàllcry. PHCE^IX, If.-Y. ...... Ç a p it f tT 7 8 i s 0 i S ï p ï ï S r ~ \ Writton-ior- tho Peopls'e Journal. C n p i d 8 j iQ 3 r t |iig , A. ploAsant sttmmcr'^droiua it was, xhough itJaded fai loo soon; Faded with, tjier s\umner roses, . Faded with tho waning moon. ' TC“« bad met» my ^uihmora Idol And myself a thouglitleea maid, Knowing naught oi wicked Cnpid, If vvo did,» were not afhtid 0£lda sharpcacdpDiBoned moxrs, 'Tbatlia eonds with woudorous ekiU, Tbixiagli thaheart o f youth o r maiden, Sure to either, cure ox kill. • . i«*, ^ uwt, that gqldm ib’ummef, And gaily passed thojioarsjjy, , WStb laughior light, and merry jesting, and then a littlo fiigbf But th« aighing camo more irqquunt, ^udtlxo laugnter grew less gay. There. waaBomethirig yetusntttercdi. Brovo the JeaCthff an away. ' SontQthiQg made tho llp 3 &oJtQ eHent, W hen lu«y wished m o st to convprao, Boinetiatag kept w o liearu asunder, Thinga wuro growing worse and worse. JJitt Copld taught ii9 two & lesson t Tuup^ht our cyqa to do their par*. MEDICINES» •iqcltiding PAINTS, * DY&STUFrS, WINI>C>ÌY OUAS3, * * PERPl'MEBT. BTlCSHES, EEKOSEJiE OH. T U R i ^ N T O a ALtOUOL, COLiMtNf, w s w * m B A t^ r s , r A S r i Aiiau'LEa, h»UAI*E« & COSMETICS, cm itth-A iA TuLLUT ARTlrLlAS. SOAPS, - - V.VliNl^ULS, Qi.rE\st> p a i n t e r s r u n t. * r K ^ . F T tt A i x f H , _ U.viit BRtsaca. Tyoxii a i i c a m ^ . ♦•■OilBB • - Cigars and Tobacco of tha Tory best bnrnds ao -2 pur« • f , w imes im jT T O U im s\ fof m«die4 & $ lp n r p a s t& & Ai*o Patent Medicines of ftH kinds P l i y 8 i « t a n , i P r c g c r l p t i o m a careiolly ecaponsded «nd p u t tip «fth cir« Thd abofe wticîe» ha»» be^eo bonghi J¿w for caub— «eîccî^d ^tü-ertat catone cl will b« w&rrtt&ted u rep* roaented—ana ecM i t ite tcry ' H A J K T JPpK .» Live Stock Company. Oäf.IXAL, $500.000. 8v~ Persons wishing insurance, will do well to can wii Oio onderptgncnl, cither by letter or personally, who will attend tr> tiieir wants promptly. • ---- ; ----------- - ----- m n i f iV Nl^TBEHHY. A oejst t * O f ilo ^ t his rcaldcnco, on Academy Sfecet Qrocnfri>?ht Jan. ], Olio could read tho uthors heart. As a transient morning beam; “2111 tho autumn Etyalinu ou us, W52o U3 irons .onr happy dream. ror when Cnpld tired o i snorting. Tatcd tia all vtq could ondoro; Ho removed tho poisoned arrow, ^ And it proved st perftvt «myc. D o » ’t «»»!> O v e r . n Den1! alAp over,” the old man eaid; JUb he« i>lftcv4 his hand ca> ,thc w ^ n g man' ^‘Ot»Hbyall meana, g * i t fast, ‘ ' OoU \rhllo leather and liorsu shoca last “*0o it while hide and hair on horse- W’JU hold U^iither. Oh, it-cl CQurao— rsheod; Í lu ft a# fust as ever yon can, lîit-doiï'ttîlpp over my dear yaii»S iüaß. “ 2'on't cjop over. You'll And eoiuo day îb a tkeeping a n . e y c t o t l > t > wlôpay A prtsw^crmsy prcSijiißfc ¡vfrü^tm too strong: A qi ! a poet who p]e3se3 the'- world with rymee, . %vnia càiâ regret it in aitar tttacà. : Keup t&e oúd oí tiio efluTt ln vlt-w. Aûd don t alop*dvur, whateTEJíy-on do. *, \ Poiv't slop over. The wtseet men. A có boynd to alojv <p?er n«w [ißti -then f And yet tho vvisttgt at work o r feast Aro tka very o a ^ that blunder thu iea^st, llioso who for split ndlk never wall. Arc tho ones who carry tbp «teadfaet pail. Whent-vcr you go. go in for tho Cit. Bat dc*n v alüp over—and freeao to that ! pon t Plçrp over.' lïrcât Êüïoirçon ............... Occei waataJitUo tfr* £& with his fhn, Lomls Jíapolcon, aft wo 8!crpp&d over on Max in Mexico ________ ~ 4,ud JiiifrMÎU'i?-« A tu LIU ihc ’J i IlclpcrnndJ. JQ„ Aiul AssdtóW Jfokñ«^. Kbo grftA^~T^on*r,- ^\!MoptÆtjterwtàkvcas^«trdott*e — 1 ----- “Pou'% uU>p ovitPí <&U,lt\iñl$úütUír, K ot &1WT4J8 tcaoh to tho highest eholf ' Tho next to tho highest •«ill g«ncr&Qy do. Aia Answer tho need of such as yon. Cllmht of c a u s e , b a t always sfop- Andteke breath, thld sido o£ the topi, ^tegJÄ^^^SÖ /S^&ag!- iRsumiceî . Fixe, Life and Accidental ! H O M E ” IS80BAHCE-WÄPANS OF SEW VuRi Cjip.LaJ and' enrplas, $9.000.000, ' O UJiST COitPA.NV ES THE trSTTEt) STATES Capitai m J durplu*. fl.IuJ.COO. l<orilIar<I lasoVftnfcc C o ., o f X Y. e r a r a i s R u a i p r o t o o t . w a i s s t f i e iS T ) tÎlîM ÜŒ S Ô O S m i Y W > * TÉrtMS CsHtst. *1 nom o t Manhattan n n x iKîyrBANcr coirpANY O t ¿ et ? t o r e . A s itta, U.CC'Q.Oôô. LOWEST C 4 SH PRICE. Giro ns * call* asd cxaicdn® <mr «tock befo~« pnrch* adnsl. ebewhere^ itoam Fii ’0 Insurance Co., OFHÀÆTFOaD. Ciêii Capital {CuX^OOO.. Cgflucetìcut Maina* Ufo !nóufaneo-C-r 9 Written for tho People's Journal* •OaJesvîïIo Twenty ,Years Hético. iíamess, &c... HABHESS SHOP. l a e q e s t a s o c h e a p e s t m m u s ê s n é s c a COilP.ÜîY S Î T Ï Ï E WORLD. iiKrti. « s o s r, m . A*not3s.\ IMviâcnd- e f W p e r cent, tedacing co«t of I n it m t iico c n a f c s lí A - c c i d e n t à l P o l i c e s tS Icsa£i£tco (eccorlDg SCKK), in aim e t Itenth b; iccidcxít, and $25.C‘5 per week t f d ialled) iffned k tth Jdy etAmlttaÜotf, fo? one day t » ong year. n. % iUNum, jLQc ut ôwffl'artib, Jan. I , lS&â.. ip i X T f iS L BnBW E a vg liaao£icttrrer and HARNESS, S A D D L E S , J i l i l D J L E S , & e . , of th© best qnailty ftc*3 frr m <*hrap e» tJjpy ran to ^ay - gtfagr -sygSct this ew» of . R e p a i r i n g D o n e in tit© bcst mMncr. a n d ’i i prfr?« * that- .'annci fail to meet the *ntlro Batiiiactl«n tsf cuBtomcra. All Work Warranted, and o rfcre «qUcictl and prf*mpUy in Hill's f»titi#Singv ov.-j t2io titer* ■if Q c Z f t A- houso & Opptnhitfli’r. Qrcsnvrlch, Jaiifai>-; Grecuwiel» Boot a«d Klioc .G-oonpany. i^O T T C E is hereby Bi^cn that tbe foUcrwinij havo j» \ bG«a »ppointod -a Cccnmitteo f a r recoding iarthtr «rsbscript&md t o th& stock oiib^ahovo Comp^flj^ and t-ooSs'of gaid ccrapony will ranain open tii fnfOicr hcticoir-*^'*'1“^ “ ----- - * * • * —-•• b e ma6U> to n t h f r p f indrowa & Smith. __________ ____ _ . % 10 TOY, K^T. ANDREWS, CHAB J OrKN. - ‘ &&3V!si&+ m * c h 23, iea& ,,*&a m t t Toitsorial. N. h .V a s buren T PNDES THB B L Æ E L Ï BOÜ8£. GREENWICH, N T 8 Hav 6 î(?-, HAÎB CUTTING. 8HAâIPOÜlKO, iûnvDfiEsgiNô, DYEINCr-, irrr, * r r r . etc , te tho best style and with the g roatest raiv> ijiv e him o-cftll—aharp razora-anrî attentive workmen corn stantly on hai>d foi b u siness. im W j B I S B l l ¥ , —¿gant foT Tire, Ufi' Und I.ivot Bto^k ìnsnrani'e, some o f thè b^Pie^rnpaihi«». * • : B A E È S T ¿ S T » K N V I 'S , . DealcW in Dry Gooda, QrQCPrtes, etc., etc,, Hill'e-hlock, Haìn St, ' , . E. Grîoceïieë.-ProvislôîiSf è£c„ -eomc-r of Main àud John Street«?. ’ ••’ tiBROV ìft&Wtt-K, * .msnrance Agoni, ih soroftof tìte b ^ t onmpanico tri tue cojhrtry. . «. \ ! ’ HATHAWAY, . iShqtosropU» artiBt, corner Mula and Etili Streets, e . ÍW R , H O W U K D é i c o . , Wagnfls, mnlaflea. etc., agar ttto Ijattoniim^brMBi». ' 1 JOII.%- l'KïiJO,. Wagon ftfltì Carilüffl rfirik^r, n ìin àvenna ».V V IU ’ Î I Ê U J I Ï S<STOS, \ T ì^ o n aná-Oatrlago ^ISÜTííafTtó^ Wörttr^SäfitonT S. ■ 3 w $ ü ö a a .Älanti&cttü’ßr of’ Ç o c g r e e s Bt^psìiorionio# ÜToxí EâWÂrd, S eit — , Górtes jpi» J^Mie 'Vignettes •aa wclÍQjs ÂisÆrô^pcâ^JSi'« ma,àsvad i üniehf€*lnhe t 0 , f-higIieSt.î3tÿlôÂt * ïïatlia-wtty’s Gallery. Those Bjlehâidñdlicap ¿ c Ferryfcy^ta of ALL SIZES are etili mftdot a _ H a t h a w a y s » « a l l e r y , <■ And; ai© unequalledor f iifo-likoxpfesalon e andura* d bility. GOOD VVÍK, 0 LOW PRICES, .SÁIISFAC. ^ T 10 HT 0 ALL lis tho mòtto a t • • * M Ê ï m i f i (faîlerj/ Bringn i yer*ir^ild«aU I fillAijlV'WiX- Aîl ûïo t^cÓm^.!8ñá WÔWÎÎUVy-ilOpî'rJ!^’ ^->ÎL ' . Old Picttiïf3 Copieâ ihto Cûi*fôà dô Visit*ir uf fi*a4iitTigta -' ,■ iï& r n m û . m ì e . tiowRo.f or ïlaihinpryiaaSQ to order.,'EtfiW'ï am-lcaîaW Gallerà Öreeiftwieh^K.^ \• • . tcW# Best Protective Insurance ““ Èxtâût. ' . • . THEOßlGiNAL, TRAVELER'S INSURANCE G 0 Ä N Y , o f a m ^ F a i t i ) , c u n îs ,, BISPBIS AGAINST • .' A O C Í Í O Ü .itS f i T Ä . ; '. '' . Cash ÄßsetÄ. A p r i U s t ,^ t Ì ‘£t2& < 23, iPolioÄs tiritt*;ia iotr imy term fréni oöev iöött£hiö iivó years t fqr say lo ^lO.eöO ih caso o t fötal Recalint-„or i/i B&ì'-wttikhr com^cfisaUon in 't ì m . ofei^iiaig boìli \s ìr^fiòy ab from >$&|ö $C 0 o i » p i T .A i ^ È s e t ì k f ^ s s é s ^ i > t m ¡ a q m * . 'Ìli-.- iXrftvvltn> (.flUrìfi.trtl. tllo iltat to a i « » ftilly t o £ to a n « s c iM t ti i l i J m a i i c i in lliis c o u a trj- : i t J h ' » x m ü . a M i i ] } i ß h , h t r p s m Mutilo siia i ì i i a V P -cà ^ ta l m i l M M S.ftttpluS ¡“ Mp to.-Bee. 1st, 4t M d iijitc-a ove)-* tliirtj: iliytiSaaitipc’^L .^.m ia. . • ■ A m OVBB BBVÈS ffitìW BE» I.DS8Ei£x iocloalagöittlttgätotti s i $85;ilétt'to slstaca ijòUcs Iwlilfcra wlUilji tuo yc.%/, for J a » than $1)30 rtcolw u ¿KB eosatia jejóp :ìè o à i ^ t e . ' -jsr& v t. M & w m * Heek ó fèem a t, x,-n. - >, . &.<ì,EÌEKeft'B«e4È»n. irx j ll c to lor.tbrce toftvös^Wgi.' “* * * --f - . Financial. • CHS 3 CISCO & S0K, tP Baafcers. KO* 50 WAJxîi Sl'HEETP, NEW YOKK (Broxvti, B rothers' & Co‘s IiuildiDgW Bscdvp* mone? Cñ d i p w ì t end, allow interest at th« uf f ¿ h r per cent, per «nnnm , on dally balances, SQbject-to eh.-'ck at Îgs«& « rttfîc 3 tea' ¿T Deposit báariflcrSMf p ^r ecñt» iotcrcet, p aj^blo cm d&msdti.— K«goüate Loani. Esecsnto pmmptly orders, tot tho *iS.ao of.u^ld. BsiyandseH <iovcmrnçntando á c r ltfcson cotñmísslrtn. ftafc» coll sciions on all porta trf the United fetates and Canada, ßpec&l Agcniâ te r tho eaîo o f the F irst ílrirígago Benda of tho Union PaeìHj ^ ¿ r o a 3 Company iáp2hlS & Hibbard, Commission Brokets, . ÌDIiLERS UT WOOKS, BOSDS. ' ’ >. Sòia), . - * * - » tìQVEBNìnart? fiEOBBÈtifô. Eto.. Etc.* Ecfc, Nfr. 8, rsp.oi;) s r a i r ä i S. S . City, . ftiSjoining the N. ï . Stock ÎExflhctngô,- » ’ ' SAlfDEt SÏÏJOlvGFi ; !S* 2 d#Sto¡Í$ARD» THE'PE O P ffslA Ñ E ^ à DEEÀiî, Bï CUrCKET. \ t djoamod a droanv tlrat v ^ sBotaiJ sdreani'.“ \ e a n . 'd 'Yith’tiic c i m s o f t h a clay, I betook ta j s r i f to m y roonj t o e n joy m y m e r s c t a o j n , K D tltao k over th o P w v l e ’ s J o v i S s j I? I B a d fiaistkcd ra i d i n g th e In d i a n s t o r y , an d vrojlwd p a r tly th r o u g h ’• A u n t N a b b y a \ b a d epolliog, w h o u o ld m o rp licus g o t i n m y w o ke, I «n® obliged to aaccnmb, and j wandered, in toncalim d KuJtieiily I fo’tmd myself fly- laga-svny with lightning- speed behind tho Iroi/Borse; I «'as on tho Troy trad Gales- rOo rataoatf, bounS for fe«. latter. I had resliud there twenty years ago, mid impelled t try old assoeiatloS. and,* a iitrong detirs to wilnp^i it« Tmproveiaettfs, T 9etefmincd to visit Shetu. The eugino wlustlecl and in. ft atorterin-n vou-u the brnUOtnon called o a t NGulcavillo. .Ls 1 alighttd, by the a id of a: BCaOUt Cjinf1. I L’nilipli.if 'ly hnurj](iArii<I; my imSgomtion cooltl not havs pain tad stteh a cfanugo, I looked In raiti fo? som(i fitmilfor house or tree, the depot,‘ (nearly e q u a l to tho Mloliigan Sonthern) was located o n what used lolio tlio farm of Mr Collnanpr. At tho hack etaoi Iliad the pleasore of recc@imng my gsantciltint fri«ad Osear T ----- . Agaijjsd dealt hglitf y 'riQiTtim, yat many. h U vot ha&a wers toiiigiisd ivjth tho black oiira. Ho invited m e to liis home, (if such a place could ba «slloel a borno). and he toll me o f many of iuy t»ld friends, and his own welftte. S o Kslil Tio had died clerking, farmmg, and a JiStlo c f every thing, till ho welit to driving haoki all liis frienila patrordzcd.Mm, a n d wbto very liberal, often giving him cn extia Martin Shearer. . Just then my attention was attracted by an old rickety oort, the driver thereof, calling out lnstily cabbage and onions, cabbages and onions, and sure enough there wfta P ilt, with h a lf a dozen little} Pitties, stored frway among tho garden truck, looking the complete picturo-of d irt and art- fataesa. .Heffiort was ocpupying-'tha honor«' ble position of boot black in tho American Hotel, on Broadway; ho had boon employed in Boh Wells barber shop, ba* appropriating too tanny •• stamps” to bis own use, hi'a colored\ boss discharged him. Jerry P — grocery shop had font* mnee riisapppflrpd and Jeriy himself waa acting a s track peddler' for tha new ilothodiat Society. I enquired far my loquacious friend Jako B— — •• The Hehaghticoke Lawyer,\ Oh, ha after fight­ ing tha abolishorrista for saveral years, finally turned'one himself, agEt 80 blncls: a ono that he disowned his ecjjx heca^ao he would not marry a recent importation from Liberia. |)r.\o—— was making Collins' instead oi filling thorn. Jemmio C -^ts rmvrried and farmed it on tho North Plains for a few years, bat was now soiling Sauer Krout, Bologna Sausages tflitl Lager Blor. Kaas. G ----- was tending t a r at a saloon oil Tenth struot. I natnrally asked for his brother Ram, and was told the firm of Green &. Fcrington^ r a n one of tho largest flouring mills in the city. Pe­ ter A.. P ----- had left the harness business, and joined the Hooftnan & Morse MinslrolB, then playing nightly in CanterberySalL .Ez­ ra G. & ----- waspoddling clams __ 'Ujwia T _ _ after shoeing borsea for' sevei»! yKoxa, got hinisulf well shod, and was Uving a t his eaSe in t&o JuUiu lit'i^’liuorliOutL v. itli Lis formrr og- pesition m buaini'ss. John II-----and Eli* sink S ---- , both of whom 1 'Otired from active life with all tho stomps nesessaiy to buy their .laily'j^nb. Honry S ---- was head salesman in tha wholesale houso of Mt-Ombor and Far- rer. Fred. H ----- had gono >m privaU» busi- .o North Ainea. ' Ottis T — was R e s ­ ident of a flourishing whittling association. — pit, wearing a stiff collar and a sanctimonious countenance. Among his deacons I rceog- nifeil tlt<i«li3 feinHiar fee®of B ill— —; his red htui lottf; sinec tnrued to white.. Vet he had not fuigoten to spin ft yam, aud told me the '• gooso story\ with os sober a face as of; old I,el{fls P ----- was dealin* in old rags. Wondering In tho cemetery I saw an old sciton leaning on a spade near a now rondo grave, humming •'Hark fromthetorobs.” Looking up as I approached, I recognized James B — once tha best lawyor o n th(v. jiver. I Will;not tcil -ntsy hetjBosjoe so rcifaceti, iuv l>ik stoiy os related to mo, was heavt 'rending in thafet- tremo, 4ifftsaie 3 ti impression merely marks out the shape of the tray. It is pasBed under tliiferout machinery until it assumes tho reqoirsil' form. Then it is glazed aud dried«' Nest it. passes to tlxo ornamenting room where the gilt, border is added\. ‘ This vjorliis f t f e b y girls who seem to have acquired mnolrdeiterity in the art,— First, the outlines are “faintly chalked thro' pattern or Btenoil plate, 'ihen n preparation like glue is applied with a.\ ilelicat« brush, un­ til the outling is filled out. After ft» glue has partially dried tho g iitis Rid o n in. tldn sheets. The superfluous j.tcta are easily re- ■inuvcct by tnctjtmr 'itHd\ evcryTeaTinil flb'S'ar stands sharply deflned. TIlq cfolors are ap­ plied, the wholes surface varnished, and tho tray is ready for the drying roam. The dry- m ™g is parfonned in amrojitatli briok ovens moderately heated. The. ojeratives regard tho busmees (vs pleasant and liealtiy. _ There is no dust, and tha odor of tho'praparntionfl used is said to be beneficial in pulmonary cairn ~ ‘ ’ oheerfnl. Tho windows overlook tho river and are adorned with a,variely of lionsirplanta. The brushes are plied ilox£orously and noise­ lessly, and !lm wliolo sceno renilnds mo of some huge studio, with a school o f amateur artists at work, Tho Knitting Factory j a i t above ia a flno brick building, Twelvo hundred yards of knit flaimtl arc mado from Iho raw material into garment^ every day. Tho gantlomanly proprietor shows evwy attention to visitors, and has a just pride in the order and neat\ nGss-whieh—prevade* tho cstnblalliBent. — Lowi?r (lovrn the stream aro found a paper mill and flouring^mill Still b^ltm, Bw Vhil* are worthy of a visit. After passing over tho rapids a few rods in longth, ¿ e whole vplumo ■f wator plunges'll distiinco of many feot ipto a rooky basin below. Tho locality is much resorted to by excursionists. Tho village itself is laid out' vets' tnslfly in wi(k stree to shaded Jly-flna-trsea. There afo several very handsome rraidonces and gtoundB, an>J tho whole plqcp is neat and at- Liuvlive. had h jerca.-itlic w^ol 1 apccvila' tidu,'and amassing a largo fortune, retired irom bnsinCES. I was glad to leant Jimtaio had dona 5 VCH, and I daterminict to call on himT Well knowing h is present position -would not canso him to look down upon an old friend, if ho did wear a seedy suit ; .and X Parker p u t up paper and flax mills tho sea­ son I went away*; a n Eastern company greet­ ed a largo cotton mill the next season, and other mills wers p u t by different companies, till now, as you see, the whole river is lined with them clear down to its month, and in pfces o f one thousand inhabitants th a t we had in siiiy-eighi we now havo ovof Hfty thousand, and Union Village, Pfctt'a Comers and Sohuylorville are b u t thssuburbs.'- Xtold you, you missed it in leaving the piare, 'as tjhia itomonso water wonldono «lay bo brought into notice, and we should boast of a city. — You Sea now how my prophecy hSs li.een ftil- Mled. From tbo &rksiiire C 013111 y Eagle. Union Village. The traveler in Sorthern Hew ITorfc comes upon tew ueate# hamletff than Greenwich, or as tbe place is often called, Union Village. Nestled in among the hills of Washington County, and washed by tho dark waters o f tho Batten Kill, it leads a contented existence aloijf from the turmoil o f the outside world. In the sftft liazo of on Indian sumniei', when the smoke curled lazily u p from tho village Chimneys, and the brown leaves rustled nn- sMifcigor’t'Sro, which helped keep grim want dm foot. I iirst visited the locality. 'Che from liis door. I thought i t a pretty good* .lisit,.anigawe him an extra “ scale,” .as-he te)vo»m&4aaa B i k d = a « i a e . - vfhafc a cEnugo! Ohirch spires gleamed from every Stàiiifc;v'tói,c^.iHlà raarblo glistened In tha m^tgjtóiiLsinsèt lmàga#>aatd«&Jij«S3! , èìai neitaiffl: tho Sod; o f darkness1, -My fifflt'éa- tjiaity WM fcatfei Hftmiltón 'Hoaso, aad its B B s n a f r f _________ , ....................... ..., cuw ä i Ite a ü i írúnt Um <tencrnl tiovernmcut, •ta laré CíUSacUag- tíio EanldBá .btttíaesa t t au lia •tejmtìi-iho lítaidliig jiisl SatítU el tho- Satlonal- ■BrxÍ!. H r Æ J ïi ia t iltra » lornJneteen yMrs « n è a ÿ - t:X mIíTí \wophlirtttai Ooüntj' Katloüat Eaíili;^ lo (JäElliiTBi tho în s tit jfc . ..- .' . iE^-'.C^IlátiOüS-tísií'i j oydGrö íor tlïô tourcüsscí ór te l e ef thó varíúu? CovWrhiiìeat ami ether Staci«, Istinti 9 , Àc.,proiiipUy iiecîitcâ for tSe-rcta! commin- ¿lon3. ■- ... • . .. ' JBiOlOlIoiSrag aro tho Direcíorn of üto ‘^J.ink for ili». a*hiin;-.:y(-’à r ¡ ■ 4 1 : a . pabkeb, ■ wir, a . samege, ' i: SABKEIT, S. O. ÍXOOS, •A. j h m m ■ K M a m m s m . jBtuttisEyi Mess. . - : - 2 tí t o H E à m f f i E R ’a t a o « ô t a ^ m e i i t e o í JL.-ttôsefBôrÆi^Cù^iityBimasvrwariii) »t « f o i - lftw jÿâplaçes Xof t o e j a r o b s a o ï - M ï ln g 'J n f e t œ t a u o il trek lî;t, ausi 'Ü 10 ptilicixai 'dac diî or ijeforii fcïiat tu we:. A t lourm ^ y 2-jth r.ild xiuriiin Gt-m’tjvceli ! ot iQy- oîHt-o là Cemürî J¿íp» l.Uücli H ; M ¡MOM ÏSttas WliHeliiïly .HÉttth itili gïndy Sill a t*,- MarÀbiitoì Eôrt .ÎMtera Bimlr.-HaïcK Oli i,' 01 î r l isû i îl c e , Aróyle, arateli Ttii ; ^Vasailiigtoli'Caim^ ft* iU.vör^nwlci?,^aroU Stfe-f^lìa ai all óIIìct tuàcr at m y o â à c o ( o Ÿ o ï B o ^ f l l f i « u i t , i C M i t l j r i t l è o . . ß_;H - • ’ 8.^,OBOg8riÔÔtîBtÿ®liê*iStiSSS»% \«majsö|öif': -iiûfftôà* , -------- --- NÜTIOS.Ü, 4 MSIK. VV J>I|l»J»,--Atmd-íimliitt.atviíli'Hd oil put. cí»fe-ó» ffi»rtíto.É«íkftítUs lîâoîi,*^» jiif {»; tl- jiitociawlâorîi on aalBlfcir'lho i$ m ofïstàüm v * •* • '• - v■-.. - ■ “ 'Olijf.Bobi ÍS wont e f ^ < ) u 't h e tàmrietìmeeì qtatíüíla- ttoilong.Bincet.Mid: is'uow lecfura- ing ife plaiio of JohtiB, Gotigli.’.’ ‘ l í a oíd t i m ' ot VT. '£ . . t ó . % St., had la#¿E&c8áiS80Íveil Iíowíb, a p o e r deempid oldw-íffl, Vas selling pina a n d ncedíea o ut of. .a toülsot round stho sfreots, ifhílo l i s \worthy: b£-oÉ«|r, Barber, -\y& paddling üsli. Calvin Ii~ — ( Dil^r doing a lusiflgbiainesi for ínftiiy., yéa», Ínílly “ S s é d ” his UwatEu •$~ f t t a was telling peanuts; éliífiiTcèr&ejj ilio sMiOíiGtljtíingiíóre* |m b£tidte t ì i i ímpraving wiilfQií>'-ljlace,: was a s s o c t o à ^ itli'^cn ^ jf 2 ì^ntgoia 6 ìjfin, tìio.prMticff of lank' 'iS e n iy ' Í£-¡*Jp Tltotliér, tlio .hrigiit eyecl ÓJíisífeft i t tho 3?'ptatB jSfaíióhití ■'Bíad^ . ‘cBSideut.- i ‘SS*: li^ ^ j i a i ì e n t a i a .y ' ’iteS?» .P e ti lóatficd f t t t t l i r í i a d feed oit niertSamiismg; tetAfàst JioTstjy^ to í^ro m d W ¡aeeossjftjvwft» oalílTatiBg'fc 4 m¿ll p a tet o f ¿ iound, tfis jú;& Of Alitili} -ima ídtoSly by i l s frtend TEo country immodiototy around is in tho hands of good l a r a tr s ,\ waft every­ thing bears marks of thrift noiil eomforl. TVo had tho pleosuris o f‘looking» t e r tho premi­ ses of Mesaiu H. & A. Miller, who havo the reputation of being \ m o d tl 1 ftum tm \ It would well ropay any ono interested in choice vtotiefi«« aC ahoapfKo. ga tlm a g U Uicir care­ fully selected »»d valuable iualjs. i t w(i 3 a gratifleotion to observe the. osder and neat­ ness that characterized tho ^ liole fatcn. During our stay in the viHflgo TO attended the/uneral of fflo oldest p c w » .in ^Siwhing. ton County, Mrs. -Wealthy Wliipple, aged 101 years. TVlien young sho resided i n Lane^ boro’ a t tho timo of Dr. Onll-j-.R mhmfrv nf. terwards a t North Adams, and for many ycara a t tho place when; s h e iicd. Hot faco boro a sweet aud coptentcd- itjreision, a n d ' had few lirils to indicato tibo century that had passed over i t Time forbids us to montlim tlia villago churches, cemetery, drives, scenery, &c.-,<It wds not mistaken. Ho took pleajn.ro i n w j ^ ^ ^ t to say that one « i t to f f ly i d to lating tho growQi of the placo ; how TSr. „ rioi, f„ (ll„ n „ ,L x enjoy a visit to tho locality.. Daring tho summer months especially tiio scenery ia at- trootive, and when the milroivd from Cam­ bridge gets there, ns i t ttntlottilcdly will with­ in a year, tho stags ride may ho dispensed with . . D assobib . traveler leaves the cars at Camhridge, and for the insignificant sum Of t«n conts a mile, is •‘staged\ i 6 io “tho village.\ Seldom has a vehicle transported so much talent. First there was myself and baggage. Nert a lap felftnket that had twice crossed the .Alps, and T.-as.bcraglit-m England for, I don't know how 03 ¡my sHllinga. Third, tho owner who had acsomptmiecl the blanket to \ furria part^w* Fonrth, a lady w to conversed with the ease eKirocferistio o i those who have spent a.sea- son a t pho Hation&l Capitol. Fiilli, but I .won'fcpariiDlJttrizo wore, Buffleo ife to say ttiftt- affier eighf milea of hill and valley m dashed down & declivity over a Jong b r % d , and were landed a t otir dcfjtinalirM. . At llfSt.right one ,?rGtil4 call the place a compromiria ‘bet'tteen; tt countty pSst offlee, Mict.flr brisk Tillage, I t has features of activ- . 1 ^ osteal; Siosa Of ^uletade. ; W ien as a \-&oie tiS*oiuJiiiihiiy has none o f that >-$ 4 - .iessnesa, wlsich Macailly descrlbesj as “ bhar- ■(lc\ton 8 .fiC! o f Aspiring mediocrity.” Bashnsss is iw t A. preilottrinating ijuiStty, -Wb h ear of a, ccupio -wlio h ad cora-ted for^ w u n y tsfa, and liObody h tet yet.' This period has-laot yet beeoma sfafraatoiy, howover. Among- tlis nianuiioiovies tho Japan Faoto- , Written far Uio T'copte's JaurJal. O u r Rgtrty a n d its P r b s p s o t S . In tho S tate of Now fork, sw d a w a ram c fts- oted between the I&pubUcamsid tlio Demo- oratio party a t the last foil elcction Mad 5t was found that the peiriocthtis party had carried ■tho legislature and taken tiio canal depart- ' m ent and a ll ils patronage. Sines that, elections hate linen held, town and city elections in tlta stifee, And S tan this DemosrotiopartysecintryLngrlt satisfy thfim- selves that tliings tend to th e l»ss 6 f tbS-Ee- publicitas, However thia may be, it is idle to suppOso that tho Republican party in to csrry this state in tho fall elections by ooiy s^rpris-?. If tho election results favorably to them, it will be by such a system of caiimssing and of effort os will satisiy voters t lr.t vital princi­ ples are ot stako and that it i s tbto solemn d u ­ ty of every member of thisparty to Stand firm and dovote time and.his vofco. for its great principles. Nor is this all; tli .8 Bopub&fin army of voters must bo recrnited, for unload wa throw more vote3 than a t iitelast fall oleo- Uofis, tlio great atato o f Hew York is lost.— From what sourca 'stall tke 31opublican par­ ty recruit? Of courilo she will not, aor can she recruit from herself. She liod that to her­ self last_£illj.fliid,yet, lost tio stnte! Is it said all thd voters in the state did not eomo o ut into nearly 75,000? Casa a n y one eay how these voters would havo gono ? Who m e they ? Most likely they 'rere waf dem- ocratSj who took patriotic p.mii in good faitli, bat-4ho8ght they .liscovored tt. «-’eakaess (md .lack, of jitni-X m the poliey of tlie Republican party in not removing.Presideat JohasoitAnd other impediments to Befonstrticfion. Men, who advising to thafeoind w-^re n o t listened to, or trusted, or consulted; man J who had no voice, or p art in Isu 6 filj's npml- natinni) than the Indians on'tlia:pl»£if?., lit short they were men who took eqtol peril and made equal sacriflces-tO ^(lU down relfel- lion, and w h o enw that ¡Mbeiig: aooomplish- ed. they were uo longer wanted, but wera rather in the way of, ambitioiia politiciana, and of whom it was- said^-we.oan get along without them, he has been a Democrat, put noue sueli iii offl.-.. Such it is »opposed may iy 10 goHilhing oT a novelty, lïimior say« | be ÜK- Cass in every entiaty wbêrë tho Sepub- tie r o i s but ^nê” pther ¿itabiishmont of the kind in the fliraftb 3 ,. At any rate there is one, iB rtliárníngoüttíayaftnd salvers; The met- iii 4 $£Ut o a t ift. w a l pieeearand sulgocied to gs¿fcjíess5s4 from a sort of 1 U«. ïh a ^ r s t iican party-stood s trong. It is however worthy of thoiight, :ho* i t was in the county of 'Washington. All t o candidates, with oneesceptdont,last fjli, weio taiicn withont-any 6$tesstjflttte4!t8 War Dem-

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