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New-Paltz independent. (New-Paltz, Ulster County, N.Y.) 1868-1919, January 07, 1869, Image 1

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Wl'J!! pur- 'P~~~~~t~~~=~- of nl,\,tlQ.ns.tQ. ac .. ~ a.nd HG 'did'-lf~th llll mstrument · work-so -~ as the sco1,U'ge of war : and wlien the • time had ·come, tlte roalr and ilin of battle ceased-it, was liea.rd no more • , . ~'Pare :n..~ ~o.t ,Yet-~e!l'n~::ie:- l> c'Ji.\gLt:.:-- · . t'\•·n.r~ ONEJN.~Il~~~~ ' · ··- !1 • '· · -· · · · ·- · f -- storecl, ·\Q:..olir•iGQd;;fij;'tot~\ ~~;Jthe · ... f. .,,,' •' ' • ·. ' ~,..,. . '' ·- ~ ! ., ' '. --~- . \\' .... _ ... ,. ......... ~ .......... \-.-... ...... .......... .,.,:... . , -,.,. ,., ···?'! • ······~·-\·;' ·•. ~ 'fi pn>pa .... ov;ryl>wp\\\'\'~\l'~\\'\U ... n> r,. r .~_,,_.!'~··· ... ~ \~'' 1 \ ' ...... ,;,(_. ·, {. • ,. f ..... f \ - ---:.;,!''c···~' . ~ -'It~.. beentak~n;,the'workJ)freeonsttuc- v'OL. l~. , '~~~~j··~ .• tif~fo~'~\'fii~~~ ... ·~~~:· .N0.17. li:~1.!\!~~1 'ferllllf J ln.u !.\'•.: 1' ~.;rthree m -o,,\ nthH • .f<IJ-\1 I ( i 0 1\ W\ • • , ( I·' .. , FJYE (. E..~L.... - f 'L'- n R..:te\ : Tt.-n hnet! 0 ~ Advertis.l g 1 )•fl' -h;tlf in('h, 1 wt·{·k, 50 mal-.· an !nl h. 1 . 1 1 .,~, l' ntt-~ fnl' each &nbse- l 1 ~\' I ~ f\ ' U.lH -· t o> 6 montho orw Ill' 1 ~ , tu ·h ~ U\llUt 1:-1, •'\1: i - ... , ·. · ·c: ... ~.' :. -· · ._.; . _ · · ~- .~:' · _, . -~;- '. ·' '- -, . .,. ·; . -' · : .. · t \l;i' .. - , •. ·:• .: ; '. -: ~ • ~';· 1 ,, .- , • . : ·:~·- ~-:~;~: ~ ,, .;> L\!i?\\'• and perhaps before t e•histoq ~ , ·. · . · .,. -. , . , · • • , .. • - -· ~Wothe:r yea:r ~ writtl'ln Qod w:ill OHARL:ES T. JOHNSON, PnblishBl', NM!W-P.A.I..':rZ 7 1 .;f.¥1ft . .• 7,,4-00&. _ _. Fur 11 !Npilrl3~NT\ AI3SOOIATION. \let; us have P\\\<N·\· Th.,_ m«n to '--l ' t.t .n~• rtl\tt , tll!C \.: i6 · 1 vear 110. ' · ' 1 ~>··ru.l tt·~r.~. f .. r quarter, rontrart!'\ ma• lt•, nu . half. and column advt·rtlr~t•ment~. . . ,, L llH wtth n·gular t'll:·.t,•mt•rt; payab~e .-\•ht·rtt~f 1 . t aJnrtl.l:lt>l.JlCnt~ mlli:lt be pa.Hl CJ uarkrly. rawm.:n m e.tl vn.m:e. Lt•gal a,dvertlHenlt'IIt!t ll.t !rg:.tl ratuL :\ll !t·ttrrH an,} l'OHtiiltinll\<J.tlt)IJrl to .~e !1-d- JJiJ • 1 ., '!.HE ::\B;-...-l'ALfl. bl>El'!::.Xl.IE)I'T, ;seW tlrr t~tW' tn • BY G. H. BAllNES. '- '- l'•ltz, :\. Y. Little friend.ll, when yon OJ'e at play on the Btrset; \,'\ n.nonvmOllt\l t:IIIJHHillll\ J.tlvltt< pnLli>:~lH·J. Th.e . U f' h. \fll<'f Ill\l11t t1,1 • r•Hif'tl.UV all l'<>ffiUlUnl- Lol 'Jli:J \ t t! '· • r · ur ..... ~~ _.n,.., though not IH.'L'l·~~:~arily ur pu !ca.tton. Half fnr.ntic with frolio, audlu..u~hter and noiBo, D~n't evet· forget to bow when you meet- When you mct't an old man with gra-y hair, my boys . JOB PHl:-<\'TIX<> Rxecnted wtth nf.'atnf'~t-~ and rln<patch, aml npon rt'at~onaVk t•·rm~. If the old ma.n i~ feeble, UecropiU, aml lame, And Ieana on hia ataff with unoteady poioo, Ne'er mock at hiB sorrow, but stop in yonr gaml', And \tow to the maiJ with gray hair, my boyo. -- - ~ht~ h\~%1 £1 tt fl rtl!!. -' 0. P. CARPE);TER, If he !:lOme times halts in his tottering pare-, To \itll{•Bt; the flow of your inno('(•nt juytt, Don't ;o~:;t\e the oltl man out of hlt::t plact·, .\.Hurney at La'-V and I ... ~- ( 'LY.inl ~-\_g 't. But ~reet hiM h\'Tay hair~::~ nHh a buw, my boys. HIGHU.:o;D; :-;, Y. Ikmt•mbf'l\ tht• yPat\H arr vnl,'o a fuw JACOB ROBEHTS, 1~~ ... r. l::sT~Tx A••B:o.-T, Co:-;vi-:r \.~nm. Jr·•n· [OF TJIL PK.lCI': A :-IV ('OI\'i~I:LLOK A. T I.\ w, Smr.t· lil', !til tlw t-~tl'cl't With hit~ ~U.ffii'H [l.lltl toyt~, lYab tU'l bc~lthy, an(l hW}•py, alll.l u.ctn·e a~ ;un; Awl Lu~ht U.li tl1•• ,.,u!l I\ t'l't· hit::t etU·lo.j, my I.o_ytl. ~EW PALTZ, :\EW Yoi:!\, W::U. :::;. KENYO~. < ., H. :\'SELLOH AT LA\\\ \\:til St., oppo~itP Court Honse, Kl:SG~Tll:i, :i. 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Engian1l aftt·r tlH· tnrlli}) lTclp, :twl is us Imll'lt ru~>n· r:tlttaltk than oat~ !l.S : th,. wht•at <'I'Ilj> j, than tLc· Lar!ey 1 arHl a~ it i;-; t:a:-.il y lial'VL\:-itt·d heino- 1 • ' ~ J>''~''l\Y.\'Ilf:P\Yllll\YEEK. }f,\l\ atall 1 1llways haHl<'tllwml' J.,,JS<' like lo.ay, ' ~ j,l i-1\' b·-JH ~t:J.l altt'lltWn gtt'l•Il tn tiel' ('OITJ.l-: an(l thre>shPrl WJ.tlt tlt. ll'' h' . . t ..• l'•ntl •• t ,__.-,,, ... t... 1 L l , .. C !TIPS JUS · · :.,:t.-1., : W.tt• .... Lt·1'l\J\ ,.rtrl ('.!.,'.liB al- UH well as anv other ~'rain n1akinff a .> • l•;lUul.\~ tL, \,.,r, .\,.f .. I..I\f~A \I:-\, 1 .. ~ ' n ·.\' l'r<>pr~t·tor. lllliJrt' l'ClUUllt.'l'<:tivp pri~·p, it iB CCl'- r 0 •tl , ... I • I ' If I I '' ta.hl_v V('l'_V smglllttr lilflllCl':i tlon't < • \-' () c\ • \0 Oa o ' plant harley more P'Xtcnsive\y. will nhmys lw u re~ulr ~all' for rl\ 1 1 .,.!.~ ... ,~.p,..[ .lt'• pr•!•tt•d tu flllllhh tht• 1 \ • ~ ~ . . T~EE- Ui.A,R~I JN:. .WEJ~T. A DESCruPTION OF TRAYELS, AND AI>'VlllN• TUllES, IN LOW'J!ANA, 'r.&XA$, 'l'Ul1 :m:DI4 AN TERlUTORY A:NDARXAN!'JAS. ... 1. , ' · • whom· you gi-v-e er.;,di!; of ·postpo:tring and delaying this: happy m_O.Jilml~ in [ForTHEINDEPEiiDENT.J our country's hi$tory, ar~ but the:m~ · Repl~ to Peter A. Le }'ever. .struments of· God in this ,gi~antie \ Hoc.,.,., R,,. T .. ,, } WQrk ol reeo~eW,Qiil• ~\~? . ~ ., •• ,_ ...,.,._ dO~ ~f GOa is ¥t -~; :~ out.n Dec. 2Bd, 1868. Why It Wl!-!1 that ~-e p~ ~a ... our to Peter ~- Le Fever, Bartlett, ar~es t 0 be unsuc~~Wl;~at_;iames ! dunng the wai: was a~ .. ll!fi '#l!!P\ to ·us. DF;AR Sm -Your \personal de- very mysterioJla, hut ~~~w,k;we Qan feMe \ has been receiu::l and. read now see that ouf ~pparent.np.Sfortunes by us· Our last was written in the then were blessfugs in dil!!guise. ·n most friendly spirit and was not in- illi{fair to prerov.me thaj; h~d our llomllS tended as a criticil'lm upon your com· been victorious at the fuf!t battle of munication. You only 11.re responsi- Bnll Run, the rebellion ·would have ble for the construction you placed then and the1·e been crushed; the pet nnrm it. You seem to think that an institution of the South w6Uld not hirl]m>ti<le was done you in our anony- have suffered any damageC-Slavery mous preferment of a charge aga.inst would ltave been perpetuated. But it of the cause for the was oth.erwise o;rde:retl, and· so it is· ! inn.htte:naJD.ml\okjlhiM-'3'ou joined wath thi.s wo:rk of reconstl'tfCt).on; \ '9.l'lllY and voted also. Had the government sucaeede.d in . · In reply to this we say, that if you persuading the late rebelS 'tr> ancept are guilty of this charge l?refen-ed, reconstruction as it was first offered then your political horizon 1s forever them, what would have been the da1·kened. If you are innocent, pro- present condition of affairs?. , .It is :duce the evidence and we will retract too obvious to mention. Our guar- apologize, You think_we sho':'-ld antees from them would have be·en n.sha.med bMause we did not glv<'\ insufficient and the protection lor the our name to you and to the public. liberated slave incomplete. Irepe.at, this is an obstacle and your \ per- if you concede the fact that these a.re (sonal defense\ can be bettered, Rep- the \Lord's doings,\ then you take resentative will unmask himself. You from Him the credit that vow bestow are indignant because we spoke of de- upon mortal man. • · · faming the memory of the dead, bu*, \If Representative werj,l not a.po- there wa.s no charge of this kind mad~ litical bigot, how could. he ta]te it fdr · against you, as we only asked you to granted that I could nbtH<~upport unite with us in dedaring that their Seymour and Blair,' or be a. thorough. memories shall not be defamed. D11mom•ut even without defll.ming-the Whether you accepted our solicib- rntlmory of thtl d11\'d w; £1'tllilll'i.l;!.g 1D - or not, is for ;you to decide. my devotion to the principles they You declare that you were always died to maintain.\ ~~~~:~~~:;f~ta~·w,, and n~ a.ko iu r ... vm Is it possible that you witrtrytomake -~ tho Constitution, laws u.~ believe that you could support, for institutions of OUr country 8.8 OUr thR highest office in QUl' land, a man ta·uu3rs ma.cle them. You seem to dis- nominated. by a pa.rty composed -of .like progresgion in politi~9-\ the old men who directly and inclirectly:foug:ht WI' haye tried &nd it ia good \-being against our government, ind who did, your ma1im. With nil due respect for four long years, trail in the dust to our patriotic fathers and to their the flag that !WW protect~> you ;-u i'la,bc>rs. m creating and preserving for man who in 1864, at a peace conven- us a republican form of government, tion assembled in Chicago, was one . hold that the present Constitution who introduced and aided in passing of our country is in ·keeping with our resolutions to the effect that the 'war · Ohri~Jtian and progressive age. The in which we were then engaged, \was -Con.stiituticm, a,. it was, cerved there- a failure.\ Would you have JlS be•. quirements ofthe age in wh1ch its fra- lieve that you could tmpport for presi- mers lived. Some of the institutions dent of the Unikd States a aym:t>a- of our country then are-thank God thizer with those who starv!id and -now numbered with the things that our patrotic solcli.~r~,in the were. 'Our friend, you have a rather penB of Anuenmnville, 511ul5bnry\'~-nd novel way of adapting ;yourself to cir• :Belle· lt>le, and who, SeyJJ1p,lfi'-1j.ke, cumstances. You expressly state that favored a rapid reduction of oUr you favor the preservation of the Con- army ?-support a party who a..sk 'the. Btitution, ln.w!l ll.lld in!!titut~'IY!!.Y of Our pMple to pnt th~m. 'ift pOW¢}' m 6l'd~r .·uuWlt,o as our fathers made them, and that they may \trample in the dust\ ~- _....,u express the conviction that the laws of the U mted States ?-a .LoutJ.t:L of nations takes an especial party that opposed the war from be~ in the people and affairs of our .ginning to end, and, as Jesse D. riepublic, and that He so ordered, that Bright, a brilli11.nt Democratic star war did not cease till Slavery, the from Kentucky says, denies.the powe1• primte cause of the war and the thorn of the government to decla:re war m our body politie,owas plucked out. against a sovereign state ; denies the Excuse the expression, but this was a power of the federal government to ''\'\\'wlinstiiuliiYn of our fathers, and issue paper m.oney to cu.t the throats' Constitution which you so ofth;~9outhernstates. DoesourMend T>IUIUL;ll admire had embodied in it laws Le Fevel' ingist upon it th&t by vot- QuAKEns AT HoME.-The Friends that legalized the traffic in human ing for such a man as 8eymo1,11', and flesh and blood. We thank God that supporting the nominee of Blllllba preBent fl. model of interim• home- we live in a progressive Christian age party, that he does ,not defame th.:~ life, They cultivate the amenities, wherein old things are passing away memory o£ our dead heroes~ Does consideration, the cheer and the and new ll.lld better ones are taking it not look as th4lugh one wa.s falter- abundance which make a home hap- their places. ing in his devotion to the principles They speak to one another with You sBem to have great faith in they died to maintain, when he goes the wisdom of the American people hand in hand and shoulder to show- surprising gentleness i they smile and but little in that of their repre- der wiih the [a;ty against whieh upon one another with a sweet be· sentft.tives or party leaders. How ~an they fought an died. ' nignity; they welcome the visitor to you appreciate the wisdom of a peo- l!'or your instruction, friend LeFe~ an a8tounding hospitality. Their re- pie who select unwise men to repre- ver, we will tell you when the.people Jigion ponsists in creating happiness sent them. to which Representative feels: prQUd Our friend, we presume that, in or- of belonging lVil1 endorse the princi- in the household. They are gentle, der to complete your \pe:rsonal de- ples and suvport such measures as JoYing and attentive to the children. fense,\ you deem it necessary t¢ de- were embodied in the platfonm u;pop They seek to promote like docility clare that you are not 11 Demr>crat, which Horatio Seymour was nomm~-. and cheerfulness among the \rising and that' you are not a Tenness~e Rad- ted, it will be:) when the D~i~moeracy, gener~tion.\ They are equally at- ical. It is evident :from your state- shall go down to ,Anderso:p:v:ille and ment that you are on the .fence now. galvanize into .life t4e si;&teen thou· tentive to old age, with. a chastened Where were you on the th:ii:d of No- 13andloyalmen thatwerethe~.estarved re!Spteci;fub:H~ss of manner, which ex- vember last? . We know that this is, to death by rebel cruelty, and return the respect of declining years. in all probability, none of our busi- them to their mothers, thei.r;. wives can be done to make a neBs. We will pass from this and and their children ; when.. they shall home comfortable and cheery, is first talk to you a moment on the subject gouptoArl4tgto:Q.Hights,.onceowned of \organized politic~ parties\ -one by the traitor Lee, ~tn.~ call up from . to be done. Other Christians deny of \the greatest curses now· left in their grave'S the tho:qsands of brave, __ tQ thtlmf;;elYell homo comfm-ta for the our blessed land.\ We usk what 9.l'e men who ruMp J!hllrll, a.nd giv~ them~ , \'\'\'\ of preaching the Gospel to the we to do without politim!l organiza- baek to their countJ:y ; when th~;¥ . ,b.e.att1en ; but the Soci!Jty of Friends tion? If org9.llizations of. this -char- shall go to the tomb of the immortal , believe that charity begins at home. acter ar13 such great curses to our Lincoln, upon whose grave tlte tears land,· it is strange that some great of a nation were shed, and• :restore Their Gospel is one of home and mind, capable of deep thought, and liim to life and wipe oft' the. blo~Y. . Their heaven on earth is with great clearness of perception, winding sheet 6f the assaps,in . from some foretaste of the \ rest that has not eoneei:v~d of· a-way .by which his brow a,nd pla.M hitll iff'tlr!i <!hair for the people of God.\ the American people eonld lllitn!l.ge now (lighonor~d by a vile usurper of. exemplify what the Cill•istirul tho a:lfairtJ of ,government to the en· the Constitution of his COWJ.~,!. an'd , ·' • c':firl~siile ought to b!l--wa.rm without .f;ire sp,tisf~j<ction of. tb.e. governed with- pay off the debt they hayti. mo,(Je b.J ., . cheerful without excitement, Qut being .su:lfe:re~·s frQ~ ~his great giving ai~ and comf?rt w the rebei. ,;'li- \'~ curse. , Perha;r~. 1.ou ~ht su~g?st lion, It will then be F'\ £or us to\ en- if, ,.,,_ Conl, ;t ., ··•.ra 1 .-1.llll'rlCil. --·--- To ai1l farrners in nrriviui3 at ac- eumey in estimating the amoUllt of .\i ·!,. ··\rd. \ lf!r, II I' ILLS, at pnn·- \\'\\ \\ lan,ls in rlifl'erent fielt1H under cultiva- 1 ' 1 'J\ (')f D\''a.1.~:··· .tlld Hn,lHl'Hl CatJ~l Co n.t \.\ont :-.. \. ., tion, the followiug table jg given by an ar.,Yl'icultural eotcmporary ;- 5 yanll:l wide by Hli:'l ynnlY long contains 1 acre. J. L. & A, S:'i'YDER. lU yards wide hy 4t!4 yards Coal Delivered at Fair Price if Desired. contains 1 acre. 20 yards wide by 2{2 yanls contains l acre. 40 yards wide by 121 yarJs contains 1 acre. \l'l! '- \V:E:!L::E.~9!fS a. '1JIT.>E;. HGDSON RIVER RAILROAD. !-30 yarJs wide by GO 1-2 yards long contains l acre. 6 a.m. 70 yards wide by fl9 l-2 yards long contains 1 acre. 220 feet wide by 108 feot long con- tains 1 acre. ''I'. • .. • ''' ••''' GOING SOUTH. 440 feet willa by 90 fed lon« con- tains 1 acre. o ... '.\.' ....... . 110 fe>~t wide by 3G9 feet Ions con- tains 1 ~~re. · em. 6Q .feat. wide by 728 £eet long - . 1 tams 1 acre.- . Pasl:!cug 1 ·r I XEW PALTZ STAGE.\ 1 120.felit wi'de by ::lfill feet long cor 1 «. \' '< • !>lew Paltz •lai! o · ' t · 1 . J~\~~~{n\J'~~~~ through Oh r, QUDd,aya e;cepted, : ams acre. , 1 • <onlk. CentreVille, and · 240 £ t • \'- b 1 at 1' 80\ llrn?'J>· lea vee Poughkeepsie Post I . ee WlU.e y 81 1-2 feet P ~>~ • ~terry, 2 p, m. con tams 1 acre. ,.· .. · ''. '!.,.. ' . 'b1'1gttt without dazzle. Long Hve the s.omething that would be productive dgrse modern democracy. <t \\'- \\'· Quaker homes !-N. Y. Compwrcial. of the good, without the' evil conse- In conclusion,·Peter, we will staw ~~ · · ' quences of ol'ganiZation. · I have no ~hat the \many things (stated~ yow: '.,. Lo I AM WITR YOU A:LWAY.\-A doubttMttheAmeticarrpeoplewould letter) which you knew such _as ~p­ .::zn,otltel··nne mo~ gave h~ two entertain and _consiger, if properly ms!'lntative would hate to read,\ were , presented to .lib,em, !IJlY suggestion not eonducivit nor did not provoke ili · ' ones books acd£l' toY'!. to am-use you might make. \ us 4ihe spirit you evidently :inte!fded 1 :-th43m. while she went' 'to attend to You think that this 'to cr~te. Those'' thinga\ have e:X::- sonli'i \'·... in au upper room. (which is the natural cited m :us a of of A half hour passed quietly, and litical organiza,tion), the cause· We then a timid voice at the foot o£ the precipitated· the war ; and J'OU - and had always that p~p.n politicia.ns stm \ you wonld hav13 been .st<aiJes c3lled out : ·\ · Jd b let us have ,peac,e,\ :Peter, one to yw . to or . e~ome \ :Mamma, a:re yon there ?\ '!.Yes, darling.\ standing that . us by evil assocmtions. senti:ng \ would be some excuse' for an child class of narrow minded man,\ believe .one with your -edueaiion \ .All right, then,\ and the ,.,.,,.,+.back to its play. the question was , \Mamm~ are you there?\ ~~:}\ea.:' • • .Au r!fihtJ then i\ and the re-sssur-ell d their m'•>:tl<er's-1 .p:rasEme.e, again ·'returned .oo' virtues submits to thef and supporta the nomi- and ilisloyal political t facti<m-~the world wonde;rs. . nEI'RE6EI!lTATrvE. ;!;>, ;;,,-If CQ~§iii!W;Bf; with T~= feel- . \ . ings, \let·:uB' have pe•aee.~ ihe'Cfils'q: ! ~- ,,

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