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N d d h e of ita read e r s k n o w whereit) t o blam e tbe B o a rd, f o r th e R e -U n ion man h a s s o u g b t a q u a r rel w i t h it i o every th in g , s o th a tg g a v e w d t y i v l a l m a tt e r a a r e b r o u g iit-fo the: a » n e : IjHTel. U k e the b a d tatg c o faO o thiB o n a w ldj, dta ian ^ D g h a * c e a ied f o b e noticed a u d fit* public h a v e d u p q s e d o f t h e y t h o l e aubject ,.y J, U r.*^ |*Wt£fc Hftp.Ma I'.’- t arttotialM iwaa tap r a - w a s t o r - !fW* * * » W ........... J g p w . Ageaey. Bumf .aH.cn-; «<»■ ilUa*MLv«ry. Hommait Wants. \ ~ i 0 B 1 U ’, A # p JU tU A B L B ; ' m m J S S t S M d r a p e K a l i a n i a IV o rikeru B a w f f a r J r 1 W h a t t e to w i t h t b e V l a c a . V v I f 9 ld .tinea art .of .-aoWqi#' w n e v o r ripen In t b i s o u p a t e j f h e y arc still valuable for g rafting ©$ may b e done-in the Grafting th e ground! fi-eezee, or i n th e sprlng' j t f t e r th e sap b, a casaed to flow,which wiil!b i after th e leavea lu r e pome o u t. D ig down, aay f o w inch, a below tbe surface o f tba «oil, c u t off tb e stuck, and g r a f t sa i n ordinary d e f t draft­ ing ; iet tb e top bend o f the g r a f t come about to the surface o f the g round, and use nontax, but“tie with b a i k o r string so aa to <C«p tbe g r a f t in place, th e n replace tb e If th e yin onYw firiciitu c ^ u g a a frtfoiit e o i ^ o r a_x..a. c little Itte k s , and brok e tbe ign bottle* only after periaco speech from Rev. regained his fortune, • v '* * • ■ fm m idiaU jM ttttscr.'i* iniccliafa an lucarthla * v: J t o k . * --v.o-;a4tainrariahlratra laataat ia »\. w n jaaU t w a o a j Dwaaaaa, tkty .b a n a taotiilne ~ Uwlp6#tt]Mitrofib* rrn m u m ^ PS SSS Si ^ r e d tf *- *. — \ WIHICHUlTimESf ■fff J w.tt* a v BP i s v f l P i - P I W f i l w y M at i v w a ^ a fw rw iiaa.-' \ ' v \ •a - 3 vltewiM * i ■ ■BHmiitCt.XVli i. •■H.1 v •» VMwpn s»*r .a ■'*■! tS w «■■ >5 ■ if, . a l t it^\ st .•» ! 3 ^ • i P T ^ S S t t S W i n i i a a f l f c l f i * i » * a to u U a * * B a r t ® , 4 ae,**a»*UlDaet»awa«r«r*tt><«i tmown.\ O r y g a a t | ^ i % ^ rlaro* aad *t.«0 pen far S l i m ^ k i ib r l t lk a B o b t b e t ) 70.WYJ'5 . - .i *tr~ ._ . _. . . ^ 3 5 5 | » a * ‘ X i M ^ A f t a ' t p l i r a s A V z o m , > * * ) ^ t i | g g ^ ^ erailalt0„, a t a r m i a a t o r a . P « M « b i oom p essaU ssutloo, for Bigning e n c h a b jll. W e | o n o t foii)k the puhlio wftl r e g a r d V \ 1 i a s c«B*urable for taking p a y fto fh o Sunobrtt the l a w al, Iowa. B u t d id tb o D e m o c rats on ths Board .charge l e u th a n tho R e p u b licans ? I f the B*-Unioft' will make t b a t a p p e a r , t h e r e wjt! b a somo ienso % .iti’attack o# -Rcpublitn'na.j for tho increaae,bnt tin less tt c a n (how this lta_TS^nuit!fulp)inationi) will I k j lU iput et fo d ^ i n d wd defy It t o mako kr case o f thu « 4 < c ' r , i • r - , ; - i t Th- * ----- w a rtb e w ill understand. T b a a p p r o p riation ! aro la r g e r than they t W a tty y tara a g d |: f o r re&aorts tbe paWtC I f any h a r e bgpn rzttdc w h iph th e , law or public n e e d s do n o t ro- q u i r e ,'le t ioe K a -U h ion point u 4 c m ,out, tnd ab o w w h e rein an d bow they might b a r e b e e n le*a. I f w e rem em b o r rightly, t h e Ro O n ion thotight th o B o a rd. sufEctonjly asco- nom leaiw lrtn U .alibW c d only « b u » t J | - ^ t t r j n e r f o l k i - f t » b \ |t t * U i M l a w k i a i l y J t i i ' - L W ^ it ittm d a t o reason to censure it f o r a too r ig id et a n o a y in one case, and ch a r g e it w ith tack len e x tr a v o g a n c c In all o thers. W h ile m i l take* may happen i n the t r a n a a c d o a ot th e p u b lio b u t l n e u of t h e county,everybody V b o knew tlie rnifnlthre of t h e 'l a t e B o a rd, Imow* foC well th e y w e re pfofqnndly A m . looa to reduc e th e expense* aud lighted t a x . aB o n : i f ih e y ' d id ‘not succeed in dcusg this, i t il because they c o u ld sco no w a y of 4 « a g cotsanly w ith t h | t e w s rcqnir-. log,:jn4bay |{ 't h l 6 |' handsrefor £ho d r i a l i l for ijd - ]fn- h h ild iih tanxoadS, fo r chools, i o r 't h e gcnoral f a n d , aud for local county an d towo purposca M o w , to m a k e •C a s e s g s ir ls t fhb Board w o rth conm d ariDg, tho Ro-L'uivn m o a t d ip into s o m a o$a c l tbo several appropriations aod s h o w w h e r e aud bow money c o u ld have beon 6 avcd w i t b i out daing injustice to h o n est cliimwnte, n c g - tectisg some p u b lio wutk, ot violating s o m e •fctitle f t q r i r i n g t a p n a y « f tha c®uaty . — ; >i'frh*Bittcr-swB(!t',*!ia 10Hoa>S.l i *’c: A i t W t h t o s a o W having m ade a Blnglojpoint in ail i t s r a m b ­ ling c h arges, we a r e sure th i peop le w i l l treat ita “railing accusation*” as e n titled t o so c o n s ideration w h a tever, aud g o ou a a th ty h a v e d o o d ' heretofore, electin g tiieir tQOit c a p a b le businesa p e n for th e respon­ sible office ot ,Supervisor-\-rem einhering that o th e r thiuge bein g equal, a m a n w h o hat h a d experience on tho Board i s likely to h e w o rth htore t h a n (ono slip b o s h a d none. TflK P resident h a s issued an Executive ordety i n response t o tlw wishes a n d p e t i - tio n S ;f t; *i l a r g c n u m b c r o l thfl c itizens of A laaka, p r o h ib iticg tho introduction lo th a t T e r r ito r y o f d istilled spirits. P h o re­ ports f ro m governm e n t offlcora 'etititMnefi st S itka a r e to th e eflect tbat t h e . demoraliza­ tio n a m o n g th o inhabitants ia intense, and th a t t h ^ ta g r c a t .destitution aud suffering give good winter well. vvj ----------- T f - \ ^ R e a s o n c l j h e l|ig 8 f t u f o p ,' a rjienciij|nd la v dpwh I riven Into t h e gtouud over the cane, thei* * lilt t h i yine a b h n t e r e r y foot end insert grafts along t h e Whole length, the top bud of epjh graft corning; about to the surface c f ; $ | t e ^ h h d ‘i»d]coTer, W h e n g r o w n opt offhand ^ removle w h a t Tinea ‘you d o not want o n the s p o t, or, i f yoq prefer, remove ffte-oM vine e n tirely, a l l bat-sa good stroDg ^ M d insert a p a f t in t b l a , same as in th e s tock. ' I n J ^ t s e way* you derive the benefft a k in grafting fruit trees, a g t i n ’ o f years,'an d you make v aluable that which is worthleas and cumbers tbe groutjd. '*1 v a w m i a fro b i csi/nvA T s n . I kpaak Upon th i s p a r t of th e subject w ith a gOOff d e a l of h e s itation , fad ing s s I do, th a t u n til further t r ia h tb t r e o r e few varie­ ties p r a o p t , t t w t 1 c a a unquelifledly re­ com m end, w f m o a t h a v e forther t r ia l aud infoynantion u p o n the auhject, and W o r e I quit it, I ahsll h a te aom e thing farther to n y upon th i s very im p o rtant p o i n t io choeing a vine for o u r clim a te w e are limited t o tbe earliest, a n d m a st rig id ly »d- bers fo -iliisijOeaj '.aB a h « e l n i s th e real tp ’s a o o tm ilr, f o r few e arly varie- tics’h s v a l jc e n 'l r i s d j r i o u climate, so we kavo t b go som e w h at o o probabilities, but I a m safe in rccom m tdinK tho E n m e lan, al- th o u c h n p t tried here y s r , it h a s been in New Eoglaad, w h e re i t is taid to euccsd adm irably t it ia certainly a first clots grape, w as originated a t FishkiU on tbe H u d s o n ; it rlpena w ith a n d a week before tha H a rtford Prolific,, is endorsed bv the Am erican Horttetiltnral A n n u a l for 1889, which alma to be a u th o r ity on t h o su b je c t I g a p p id o u b ted lv n a i t recom m e n d tho Ad irondack w ith this cantioo, not to expect too muchyOf t t u n til i t ia Sve y e a r s old, for U dots h o t bear w e ll whiles young, b u t af­ ter t h a t i l i a all r i g h t tot o u r c l i n u t e .l and according to the A g ricultural R u reaa re porU .fscna.oi the firal grapes wo b a r e to rlperi. • ‘ ; I th in k I am aato i n n e x t recom m ending tfioDslCware, it is a t i n t class g rape, ripana yell I s this clim ate, b u t is too e low a g row cr to enit m a n y , still w ith patience It gives by th e orinclnslon th a t a l l ,th e r e w ae q f crim e s a n d short, copainga. in i h e action of th e BoarA,.was j»m p riifcd\in 'the wingife' a c t b ln ir^ r ff f iig fhb eoesihn l a w s to th e Refor­ m e r a n d t h e Adam s p a p e r , Instead of t b e R e -U n ion. H a d the Bosra-d t a k e n tho Ro- U n ion i i i t e ^ - ( ) | h n 0 9 f t h e f i p e r s 'i f t i i c l , ittm o ‘i»'bldl ffighiil()|(; lioiicati b u s in c is ac t b f jaw H k th h .R e •U h iod proiiotiD ced them dfix lh i t b e '. ffirit w eek o f its sesefon—u p , indeed, to tho tim o o f its decision on t h y p r in tin g o f the session law s . T b o anim u s ,£ y lie n%-. tfol|jP§» J o l p t Q 0 t> d>6 c w f j U . Snperrlsor o l E llfsburgh, whom, wo s u p ­ pose^ may bavo spoken a y o r d for t h e A d am s p a p e r, an d Col. K e e n e of A n tw e r p , who did ,n o t ..lik*. tky coutso o f Ibo R e U o toniyell' encri% h'td'>ot* i t ihis c r u m b o f patrons go. Two f a irer mpn aud m o ro c o n - sc m tiq q s havo ^seldom u q c u p i o ^ « e a i i o il T h e E d itor may nu excusable f o r some' charges h e makes, i n his ig n o r a n c e of i h e law u n d e r w h ich th o m e m b e rs oi tbw Board m a k a o n t thedr billa. Tbo coiupcnaatl^n a t Supervisoro h i s b i e n increased to t b x u d o l r la n a day, a n d to liko oxlcnt for tho virtotta t t l d u t i t i j h c y ,p ^ f o r m . If \t waaa a n ofl^nce for.M i, I w m o to t« k o m o ro pay tb a d L l^ b o n i t l h j g u s h d to, tfee fault ii t h e ' good rcaults, and #11] sta n d a richer soil Legtalature’e for aw arding a U g ljcr xnteto ^ ^ laa guygyape I know of, and ii q u ite oo m p e o n , and Gov. Efofl'man’s also hardy. T h e H a rtford Prolific Is a n old a n d popular g r a p e , wall known hero and rec ommenda I ts e lf its quality in second class and’h l s the fknlt o f dropping from the clus ter; b u t With all Ita faulre i u ripening so early recommends i t for o u r cultivation u n ­ til w c aro s u r e wo c a n do b e tter. The Iowa la tbo b a s t flavored g rape I bavo ever eaten, b n tisu n f o r tu n a te ly a little la-* for u a, itil] w ill usoadly ripen , and I cau not b e d p b u t reeem m and It in well shoitered and w a rm situations. I i a i l i a k a i ita V a l a e . Ono con troll n g clem ent in m a n 's life ia b i s egotism . However richly freighted b e m ay be, w h atever gifts N a ture m a y haTc lavish e d upon him, iijhe lacks, i n a bigb degree, th e knowledge o f bis poueasions, h e doea n o t ever anfount to m ore th e n a gravel tz a l i n ’vrheiais, it h e be a u p t r - c h a r g e d w R h t h i s bondousneas, ii b a know s th e yfsffqo bff U s c a r g o a n d Is disposed t o m ake tiie utm o s t u se o f it, even if h is invoice is n o t r a r e , he w ill come into t h e g r e a t depot o f Success, hia e n g ine decked w ith banners, a u d h i a fellow d tisen a iw a itlng t o give h i m sn ovation. I t is t b a leaven th a t quick • a a the whole m a s s In the Y a n k e e ’s ap tiW d e, or,.if the, reader chooses, inaptritude) a t lahgUage, w e give to this peculiarity of m k a 't b e name o f cheek, b r a s s or nerve. T b e m o st successful m e n have poecsaed this coaacisasncza in the largest d egree. A t Bt. H e h fnlj Napoleon, in a conversation repor­ ted h y O ’Ucra, said: “JeeuajC h riit, J u liu s C rrsar s n d m yself havo founded em p ires w h e n P a rm e n io undsrtook to give A lexan d e r the G r e a t some advise, h o answered .‘I f I were Parm enio, I should d o as y o u do- f i r e ; bntfslnco I am A lexander” Ac. We bavo taeu read in g the a u ttb io g n p b y oi a m a n io whoso com p o sition th is chock was so conapicious, a n d w h o s e life, s o far aa the fb d a a t w h ioh h o aim o d h u b e e n crow ned w ith itich oigisl succtes, tb i t ib aeons fit- ’tifig'fe^aU S & a n d consider tha lesson which it teaches. Phinkafe T a y lor Barnu m closes the pages oi h i s la s t life, t h i s being the second one ha h a s published, w ith three w o r d s : ‘T Write these d o s i n g linos, w h ich record a long and b u s f Career, w i th the sincere hope that m y experience, if n o t my exam p le, will ay follow m sn in th e m w o f ^ < n r o l a o l M i f l i n i n g fo Dr. 'C h s p i n f l l M r, B a rrium h i t lost'‘i n 'fBe'JOntpidk' Sicck Co., and, a s be tills us, is spending Bevep m o n ths o f tbo year in his c i t y mansion a n d the remaining Sve i n th e beautiful quiet of h is country residence,surrounded b y children a n d g r in d •hildrem T h e picture t e pain ts is p leasant uj c o n tem p late. T b e book h e h a s ' w ritten is p leasant to read. Egotism , or, io more igroeeable languige, a Mfeh estim a te ol aimself, h as done m u c h fot h im . H is char ■ictor ia b y no means o f the highest type, ho u g h there a r e faw men'possessed o f moc- energy, g r e a ter daring, or a larger hearted benevolence. In these he is not a b a d ex am p le to copy, yet in some things higher uaodel^ can be found. * c o r r e s p o n d e n c e . - E m s w r a a H , Feb. 7,1870.- M essrs . E ditors : —My attention was lately called t o one o f several editorials oi the R e -U n ion accusing the m a jority o f tbe Board o f Supervisors of disho n e s ty ami corruption, in t h e i r proceedings a t th e an- ausl session. H a d t h e Re-Union been one of tbe chosen papers to prin t the State haws f o r 1870, suid t h e E d itor a llow e d to charge tbe C o u n ty six or seven hundred dollars t s he d id last y e a r , a n d aw a rded the contract t o m a k e an inferior Journal of. the Proceedings of the Board a t . a b o u t the same p r ice paid for a good o n e ; then ihe Board would h a v e been the sam e flattered and “ intelligent business Uke body of men\ t h a t they were i n the e d itorial of the Re-Union, for t h e first week of the annual session, and h a d the vote o f the w o rthy m e m b e r from A n tw e rp, been as the Re- Union E d itor desired o n the printing, and had m y “ experience an d skill” been used to s s o u re the dcsirca iu this respect, o f Mr. Hall, to make a g o o d h a u l from the County T reasury, wc m 'g lit possibly have b6en passed aanu'.u od. Hut as 1 offered tho res­ olutions ou p r inting tho Laws a n d J o u r n a l, and helped to sscurc the julu to other p a r ­ ties at low er rates th a n tost year, my a c ­ count a s well as others, ia cuiuparod w ith those oi twolrc vcara since, w ithout doiog a s tho ju s tice to s a y that th ii p rice per d a y wss doubjed by t h s last Legislature, a n d th a t c h a n g ing tbe town o f 'W atertown in to a city, w ith w a rds increased the busm tus o f th e session this y e a r ; a n d that since th e w ar tho ordinary business oi the Board h a d been greatly augm ented. As t o the item s of my ow n account it m a y bs well to sta te th a t th e y v r e n copied from ansccount of a n expsrisnced an d honorable member ot the Board ( th e late c a n d idate o f the D em o cratic party for Contrresa in this district,) in th e voar 1864 my first year o n tho board ; and I w as to ld by him th a t a l l the item a wpro legal charges. I have o n ly varied my ac coubt ior servlets according to length of •ession, Dumber oi names o n tbo assessm m roll, s n d r a t e allow e d per day. Aa to “coin ta g tho negro,” a reference to Ohaplain Jones’ voluntary letter o f robuko to 'b o scurrilous circular issued by D em o cratic leaders In O c tober last, m a y aeswar for th e present. J. B. O ljuik .. W u b u t i o o l B i r t h Ba y TaSn w e r a a c e IB e e tln c a . TDo Congressional Tomporanco Society have recom m ended t h s t m inister*,churches j Tem perance organizations, and p b ilin tb ro pic and patrio tic penona throughout ihe land hold sim u ltaneous meetings o u tbe 22-J of F e b r u a ry next, th e birthday of W a shing ton, to organize Tem p e rance societies based on the total abstinence pledge, and to a d o p t moans for the promotion o f Tem perance principles. The officer* of Naw-York S tate Tem p erance Society, so far a s board from, bare heartily'approved of tb i s recommen­ dation. T b e undersigned, therefore, re- apcctfnlly requests th o irienda ot Tomper- anca to h o ld these meetings in all parts ot vbe Btate. a n d earneoUy d esires th a t past­ ors a n d churches give special attention to can y ln g o u t t .e recom m e n d a tion. Let Temperance a ssociations bacxitaoixed in tb e tow n s or u n d e r tbeausphcs erf the churches, aud m a d s a u x iliary to the S tate Sodety. Printed Constitutions f o r in c h organizations will be sent ato n c a b y the u n d e rsigned to any who desire them . S. M c K k u i , Secretary N . T . StataT e m p e iance Society. Amsterdam, Feb. 1,1870. g o u tb P a r t oi T h e scow “ North £ ti|)0 'i |p t w f |k . iSho l tlie C o u n q F ' iar” s u n k w h i |§ y - as f e r foil o f v&toF oyer % , d e c k . T h o ||)id t t 8 t w t t p x o l < % s e 4 |j t W |?tion p f the' ice, . - —M .I). Sw an, the' Secretary' and. Treas­ urer o f the Belleville Cbeesa Factory, fur- t . ti ‘•’chance of caUQtry wall . . . . ____ luiBlDcsa. The roatU nrc gooa, tho ricttlM and thriving. I t ia in ovury L. &A8E. V inegar Works. Crem\vo^l,oJIk. S!, y a very doeirobta co'.ntiy practice. KC ‘ * . . i or fur;her curticulaiH, cuqairo a t oraddrees this nisbes us for publication the following sta- , pfflcfl. ______ _ ____________ tiBtice of th a t association for 1809: ’ i n r , n n , , , , , T n o n o n u Am o u n t o f mil,k deliveVed from IWay 1st | HOUSR A^D LOT FOR SAliF, p j e n i t t l o a - o r c e ^ I S ^ r r ^ B-ifttra y«ara to ron, and tntoroat nav-\ ' »Uko BaaiUot Ainenai, Ms? l«t V Ooanlj S5.C «H), aud ropWy tneroMlDa. « valuation off property *tt,01 » , 30 f . / A . **'1 atK>o'dou Ale. Total (loot Ic.iUun a t i S I & t Bd lei'nttw v _ ♦ v©0i O \ J VB OF TT1S DKST LOCATIONS IN NORTU WATKBTOWN. j Call boot ! ec'heDi(S l”i!etate Agency,*Sv?ilBcni’r Bl0l:5t' —AL80- 1 THREE SM A L L ROUSES TO SE N T . ' v ------------- ' : F to Nov*. 1st—one million seven hundred and fifty thousand and tw enty o c a (1,750,031) p o u n d s ; am o u n t'of chebpq— ope h u n d r o d »nd s. venty-ono thousand a i s hundred aud thirty five (171,085) p o u n d s w h ich sold for tw e n ty-six thousand e i g h t ’hundred and sixty three dollars s n d fifty c e n t s (128,808.- 50.) Average price o f tbo cheese p e r hun­ dred pounds,— fifteen and sixty fiwe one hun d r e th ($15.05) dollars, Tho a v e n g e num b e r of cow s tor s ix m o n ths w s s about j f f t e h r a \VST\ T -T l T . X \ lour h u n d red and fifty, (450) m a k ing the 1 average value oi cheese per «ow, fifty-nine >n tie dollars and sixty-nine centa, —Q u ite a num b e r of ice-hoases were filled w ith ice from H enderson p o n d last week. The ice is o f poor quality, sand ab o u t ten inches in thickness. —T h e G o o d Tem p lars’ D ram a tic Club o f Bellevillo, played “ P a u l Pry,” and “ Turn him o u t ,” to a full house in Acad­ emy H a ll last W ednesday evening. Their periortnanct gave universal satislio tio n to | O i l T ' f t T l E y c k S t r 6 6 t . Tbe receipts w e re oyer $75 A B M F O R SAAB. A good alary nr grain fa-m of 90 acres, twn miles south of Hanusvllle In Blntbnr. h with no ni bnliainae, ’he Louse to white, nearly new, with the I)o.t of water, ’ ho Bam !■ ln good order with S box stalls and < open italla a ragon house, room 'or 15 bead ol cattle, I stream o I water In 8 rods of the bam. good orchard and other flult trees a good woodlottonAngirbaeh. : Terms easy, N. B. MANN, : Janl-w tf MonnavlUo. F OR SALE. T W O V A L U A B L E BU ILD IN G LOTS th e audience. —R e ligious m e e tings have been h e l d at S m ithviilc nearly every nigh t i e r t h e last tw o w eeks, a n d s num b er o i conversions a r e reported. S calpel . C old D ats .— Dates remired us o f the p a s t events, a t least som e tim es. O o ly a few years since the coldest d a y of se-veral w inters' was on the 8 t h day o f February, w h e n t h e m ercury sunk to 83 degrees be­ low zero, around hare. W h e n Wna- H. Sew ard was first eleoted U n ited Stales Sen­ a t o r , th e event o ccurred on the 6th of F e b ­ ruary, whioh was tfih coldest d a y ol th a t y e a r or m any years previous. W o rem em ­ ber tha D o m o crats regarded it a s ominous, a n d so i t was, for they have been shivering o u t in tho cold over since. T h e y gut b a d ly frost-bitten on the occasion, im a p olitical sense. \ K N O W N A S The H o tchhin Lots, Prioe $ 8 0 0 Each, Enquire at the HBRCBANT8 BANK, feMdSt J.F.MOFFBTT. M . OhLJvnen h a s been well chosen by th e F rench Em p e ror lo deal w ith tbe c o m ­ bative s p ir its of tbo Legislative L> i d y - b « is com b a tive him self, and e b o w s m a c h science m hia w a y of thrusting and parrying. He and G a m b b tta had an hour u! — b reathing exercise” tho o lh e r day in Ihe uaual parlia­ mentary French style. G « m b cU » had so ld the M inister only needed c o m m o n sense to avoid in outbrsko, and Olliver h a d rotorfced that G sm b e tta o n ly necoed a s h a d e of p a t ­ riotism. W h en tb e tiazotto r e p w t appear od next d a y , tho M inister's ro to r t had th e idditional words, and conscience. T h is - exdly pass waa too m u c h for G a m b c tta, who “ trusted ho had a conscience and b o that vivid intnrpoliation lollowod in tb e Ci)->“'i)fr. punctuated with Bermtaoni, a p probations, exclam ations and Asrftatlorea No doubt i t is a pieco of good policy to exi courage thoso orploeions In the L ^ ie l a t u r e since they satisfy a F rench necessity and aot os “safety valves\ for tb o B tate engine. N. 7’. Tunes. stro n g d r i n k , m .K^ „ , ’f t w * A ls8 k ia d e r . . eistiy a e i* doe* Cn Y a n k e e s ; pro d u c e s dc- •Ofidixation, d e s titu tio n and suffvrjng) , r H F * T hu B l i c k H i r e r D ram a tic Clu^ Wrill gi®e?:te a t M c O m h |r's benefit my Thoso w h o read his Ufe only know B a r tram u B a n ium soee him. To h i m , no m o re than to any other man, i s given t h a t p o w e r 1 far w h ich th e p o e t prayed. Most m en, e v e n the hu m b lest are prose to look a t them - eolves in t h e best light. I n our o w n m inds wo excuse a n d poliate our own w e a k n e sses. Barntam was cxcced ngly vain-glorious— h i s vices’had a tinge o f glory to th e m w h ich made them seem beatific. H ia o v e rw e e n ing egotism radiated w i t h all tihe inten s ity o f the h e a t of the son, hiding tho block b a r tonnes* •Jchirid, H e tells, i s his ro llick in g fr»|, *ome:<ttite deception! jpratlced, I n d (ta ati :h o u r | e ia addressing som e celigioua. hddy, hop in g to sow tbe Seeds of gbfflioeM • 4 r h a r v f i ti . H* oddfew e e l u m ix)dfc*m a H » iw k j*ct off t e i n p l t i i e ® ; t i d e •n d again he t r i l l tb * reader t h i t h e ia • itotal o b ^ M p u t , a e d ^ to w a r d s the b u t h* »dv«r|$e|ly a d a d t it h s t h e onot U d u lgsff C o i s r e n f o a s l . in the Senate, th e resolution of the G to r g u Legislature accepting the condi­ tion* r e c e n tly impoaed by Congress, chsiut- ing t h e Btate constitution a n d ratifying tbe 14th and 16th am endm ents t o tho c o n stitn tion o f tho U n ited Htotes, w e r o received and reierrod. T h e b i ll to relieve irom im ­ portunity and p r o n r r e the independence of the several d e p a ffrnent* oi t h a government was token up a n d d isc o s # <1. On th e expi­ ration of the m o rning hour, t b e census bill was token np, read, a n d discussed b y Mes­ srs. Conkling and Bom n er A t 8:30 p . m. s messenger w a s received from tho House Announcing th e d e a th of R a p racntativ* Hoag, of Ohio. A d d resses w e r e made and resolutions a d o p ted A d journed In t b e House, bills w e re introduced by 11 r. Kelly, of Penn*ylvmnU, to promote tho establishm ent o f an international metrical sy s tem ; by Mr. W a lker, to d iscontinue the Freedm en’s B q i a a u ; by Mr. Axnell, to do justice t o fem ale e m p loyes of th e govern­ m e n t b y giving them tb e sem e weges as m e n for ihe some services. M r. Sargent, from th e Committeo on A p p ropriations, re­ ported the Indian app r o p riation bill. It appropriates $3,083,980, against $5,327,- 761 last yoar. M r. M o rgan snnovnced the death o t his colletgne, Trum a n H. Hoag, o f Ohio, and offered the usual resolutions o f condolence a n d respect. A committee w a e appointed t o accom pany th e remains to Ohio. A d journed. — T h e Oswego A d v e rtiser sa y s George Francis Train has a sort of affinity tow a rd Guwego, b o m the I a ct that whan in pur­ suit of a wife, bo one a followed hor to th a t town, and ihonce on West till ho caught and married her. - Tw o young g ir ls in I.aw reuco, Mus_, m arried two Englishm en, a w eek ag o , on b very short acquaintance. The happy couples went to the seaside, an d one ot the eriris loaned her husband over one h u n d r e d dollori tow a rd the expenses oi t h e t r ip Both men ere now in th e lockup, on a charge of bigamy, an d the g ir ls a r c weep­ ing over th e ir folly. —T h o legal-tender esse w a s decided in the Suprem e C o u rt ol tbe U n ited S tates at W ashington, M onday. Chief Justice Choso delivered tho opinion of th e C o u rt, sus­ taining tho decision o f the C o u rt below thst a contract m ode before the legal-tender lsw waa e o a c tad, cannot b e discharged b y U.S. notes. I t does not discuss t h e question ol th e paym e n ts of contracts m a d o since the legal-tondcr law w*s pasted. Tbo opinion wa* concurred in by Justice* N ejson, Cllf ford an d Field. Ju s tice M illar d elivered > dissenting Opinion, concurred in b y Jus­ tice! Bwayne an d D avis, holding th e law to bo c o n s titutional a s a war m e a sure. —Papers from W e stern New T o r k an­ nounce tho m arriage o f Mark T w a in t o Mbs Oirvia L a n g d o o , a young lady of Elmira, w h o , a f ter m any years confinement to • sick room, w a s c u red by t h e m anipulations of i m a a n e tic doctor. — W h ile the Maine Logislaturo w » s \ a- d i l a t i n g over t h e qucstioo of atten d in g the Peabody funeral,a respectable m ember from tb e beck country said : ‘‘Mr. S p e a k e r, I ant disgusted witia the conduct o f tho House. Thia fnnora.1 at P o rtland is a g o ing lo b e a g reat af& ir; but w h en I see this House a-tectering and see­ sawing as i f it d id n ’t know it* o w n m ind, I declare, I with Mr. Peabody hadn't dir&.n ! ___ t v Porttculsr AtlonUoB paid to Orders. — The Sun thinks th e late sw o a n o c L . , S . B . B A Z f F O H S St G o . m a tch a t A lbany, between Governor 3 ofL | m a n snd 8enators G e n e t, Creamer snd N o rton is notable, inasmuch aa i t marks an p R O F O I A U rO R Subsistence Stores. SLadiioh Rojihacki, N. Y., Feb. 2d. ISiO. Proposal? (in duplicate} vritb copy oi this adver­ tisement attached, wtu bo received by tbe under algaed, tlU 10 a m. March 4th. 16T0, for tho follow- Im artlc'ca of antxlatcnce aappUet tor tho ate ot United Statoi Troopa, stationed at the abovo 1‘oat, namely: 1.155 ooucwli Baccu, 37 Barrets of Floor, (ordinary) e •• “ (ortra lor ttmlly mo). 10U pounds Rico. The atone to be delivered free ot charge to the United tttatca at Watonovn, or fiackota litrbor, N. V. Tba proposal! urtll be opened at 10am . March 4. 1*70. at Uio office o f the K. C. 8. Madison Barracks, S. Y. Propooal* will b e narked “PropoeaJa for Snbjut- tmce Sapptlca, ' and accompanied wllb eomplea of the different articlo, and adareaacd to J. J. DRISCOLL. 1(1 Ltloi U 1st Artillery. A.C.S NBA Uadteon Rarncka, N. Y. (bbTdllwArit G r a n d M a s q u e r a d e I C E C A R N IV A L , TO TAKE FLACK AT The ^atertown Skating Rink T H U R S D A Y , FEB. 10, 1870. Brilliant and Dazzling Scenes I TRAIN OUTDONE ! 30,1*00 M iles 1 ravel p o r tr a y e d in a Stnyle Moment. PH 9 NNY PHELLOW HEAVY, R in k B e a u tifu lly Decorated and OOME ONE, COME ALL! PF ” Cards of AdntSiiion for Kuqturm, may bo bid tt— at K n c iax r a Blor. Tickets o f A d m ission 50 Cents.— May b a bad a t Hanford • Wood't and Sterlln* A Moohmr'a Book Sure. Huy TVclnta at above placci to avoid a rnsb at Ibo TUcket Office. 5d5t g W A l K I S C I O B H A L L BK.OO* ! W H O L E S A L E & R E T A IL MILLINER! AND FANCY Dry Goods, HATS, BOHtfETS, RIBBONS, FLOWERS, FEATHERS, AND LAOES. Harris Sc&mleaa Kid Qloies for Ladica, Mlasoa, and Oaata. Aleo, Chlldrcn'a Kid Qlotca. &T We aro telling a good Kid Glove for Ladica ^ 76 O e n ta. K i n d j k a r c h ia f t 15*3 Cnff* ’ c ° u * r * and l o o M i a n , B O a r X B T , and F'-Jm O L O Y Z IS . addxcm Mo rl N E W [SUPPLY OF NUBIES, JnttKccclvcd. Ttiolar^oaiattortmeclof bn the city. Also, 8bctl*nd, Boxony and Berlin frarns. BV MBS mtGUBOIf and HRS. BR1QG8’_| Hotbeds for Drcra Maklmr. f o r e i g n . General H e iono left P a ris for Panama, S a turday, to co a d u c t the eiplo r a tio a s for tho now Darien C a n al C o m p l y . — T reaties for peace have been signed be- tweon Spain and the S o u th American R e ­ publics. — Tbe General Council w ill soon consider th e opportuneness of d e c iding the question of t h e InfalibOity o f t h e Pope. — After s n exciting debate the C o r p j Leg- islatif, at Paris, b y * vote o f 199 t o 45 su s ­ tained IL Ollivit* in th e schem e o f arrest ing and punishing R o c h e fort. “- A Goorgia delegation w a ited on t h s Prwtident, M o nday, t h j u c e r t a in h i s opinion to n s p f c t to afftifs b G e o rgia. T h e Pres? W ent said th a t b t f h h* and Giheretl dher- m an have en tire fohfiffenoe in G e o . Terry. » d fo e t b M ipfoW ffeo e ral Terrv eooa i n W a s h ington to to via* th e g o r e r s n i N t o f tbe efoie d f G e o q i a a C i l n . oth e r difforancs between G o v ernor Hoffcuan and St. P o ter, M a r r i e d — — LCH—InOiBow. F. GIUettRiq^ Mr. BeubcnDerby ol Wlina, fo M lti Clara Welch of PbUodelphlo, N. V. JAM1S—PBCK—At the reaidenca of the brtdea porcDta. icar Cbnnmont, Dec. 32 b , byBev J. Wood, Mr. Brolyn B. Jsmca to Kies AMco Tcck, bolhV BrownTlllo. H °> U i e d . '10GAN- At Antwerp, Jan. 21et, Ha.ttlo Mojy ap.-U two years ond len monihj. Aleo—Fobrnmrv HogJc '° n ' Chi5a\ “ Tb0m^ “ 4 And now two 1’ttle tDjjoli Beem rlpht before my cyei. Looking u. -qn mu Irom tbeir bo*n« Of glory In the aides, No sickness, now, nor crying, Nor (trier nor any pain: Suetsafe I ob who wonld call liom ludt To Jiv* on eamb esato. , T O M T H E B O X .IS J & T S ! J . W . P E O H , d i the Old Stand, No. 80 Slrctier'a Mock, ■WcraW inform lh c clUwaaof ffsfartown, thttlie ba* Jnrt reccivod for tbo Holidajg, a cboice awort ment ot O O N ,P B C ? T I O W A » T < which ctonot be excelled in coa-lity or ptlce. hy aay DO’tJBO in id 6 c1iy. Ho alfo lart’ca attcatloa to his S t o c k ©f G r e e n an<3 D r i e d F t u i t S | Vo^etaMe#, ToHliry, Ac. Uo bw al»o a selection ol 1 CHOICE FAM ILY GROCERIES, and Provlalons, consist! T H A T Price only I t can ta. ead seUavecyirtae, T t o f . B a m U t o u 't MKDIOATED COUGH CANDY. Jfodsdtom extraeu-prepata* In Vteno— a r e r u n a A M f a remedy for Oonrlu. Oo'da* Boenet**,s«r«nMM,Ae(k> kiftM r u r'tttw - 7 . Tbo public are luvttcd U> cill &o4 cxamlno our Koodo aid prices, which wfl! compare farorab j with any house ui tbo city fa cjua!J»y and cboapocas. * qccsaowiay g C A L E S , Wc havoioE hand ior ealo &n afisorimoziL of S C prom th© BUFFALO S 0 ALE YIOBKS, tVhlcto we wiU)fell (Jhetp. Iwary Bcola warranted bargkkt ;* spsa t t , . . .. No. I Cot toga Block, Qouit 'St. lno aftwtf. Ol- Iflw ttttLAiOririrK l*»D0OanVoyhor S o BrSh SSAK'D A.OAYi»BU ____________ Jan2L4V‘ m S N M YORK MEXiiiiB Pabliiliofl Secmona, a Serial story new Cbtldroans Story ©very week. citat*w«h evT^.1 Ue B’olke.B.aUortais by Ae b€8t M ethSit aud oiterft, JS'orelga aud Domeetlc OonSnMSS®t| tencc-la Fdiail)'papas-- am* tOjC&avsftsser$. dtanytlzao. Vor to TBBME’E'HO] 1 . n w M T t f ^ i S S V m ' t S S P S S S l mco-ln altmtt, whatever goes to m«ke iL„5S smlljpspea-. Price, ta.sf a yvK U b e 'a f S ^ -------- Yearly eafocrlptlon. c o i S i jecimen, eodosea two c*SS5? I8T. lie Naasan Bt.^ey y ^ l 1 X0BZ3.EAEElD > B B W E tK H L A ” S m o k U ttg T o b a c c o it on ccctOeatar. 1 jtifa of ennstttod Virginia jabnSS lntrodsiredltfiSf S m o k u a g T o b a c c o v c ^ l r X ® ) It t a pul up t o n»nd,some mnaBm burs. In wkiS, L~ ilera feitteorschanm Ptp«»aretal^^kJd, or XaO&ZCaXiARlB’S Y a c h t Club B x s o k iadg T o b a c c o __ tractedilt learvcsnodlaogreeable toate a f t m a S \ log; It!) very- mild, llgiltui color and wriwhtEIS. one jaoutd wjla Hal as long aa 3 ol ordinary toblSJ It andconSce ‘T H irw a sr vtutt. ta­ in t h i s brand aye aleo (laalityMeencr^hamnnpei.. tolvea ltd all t a claims to be X«CHXX*XAXtD’B I Tbli brand ot Ft** C E N T U R Y O f r c w i n r T o b . c e o , I S i ^ O T d S S tie bemtrtiowtog tobacco In the country. haro now teen i* general aoe la (Aa United 8toU« one Z s o n u . 3 L 0 B ] > ’ a ickuowlcdgcd •'■tho bo«t“* wherever u$od. * If y o a r itoteJcoopoT do«in*l bavo thaio irtieba fur e&lcx. $«k blca to get thorn \ tboy tro told fay S ipoctablojobbesrs almost evoiyvbere. oncularof prices mailed o o ippUcaUoa, P* L O K S X iX iA I tl) A Q O e M o w Y o r ti COLGATE’S ?. I R O M T I C V E G E T A B L E S O I? For th a Mtawdi Skin e f Ladies it Cfnlim SOLD B I A L L D B I i a O i m . noCK.mr Bw-volaer*.-W.-»t'aBli Bbootw. A 1 neat, dmiclo woiuon, lonr Ipcb boml. niet $1.50 p o et paid. Jtddics* 8 . G AUSTIN, Kioto),klci PMPB»CV11IBENT.—$300a momo with sttacU Jj Dice. Bimpleca frco. B. K Brxncaa . Ct»- Brat- uoboro . 'Vtrnouc. JanS7-(w fiOCEHK 2T»»«1ir*,SSSSfW d«!(H RICllAKJls.Boa am*. New York. Jridw A(» ENTvS! READ THIS 5 X V B W I L L K*AY A « B N T B A ! A L a 3 v YY o r £3o F * r W # e k ud aftpuMtwor *Unr -. lugo ooaHfilutowD. to reb our »ew wgidtrhj I trooi, Mkhlc&ti bllltss _ tSWTIB* WAO S Eft A CU., JtomML A a b V o u r D o c - t o r o r f j n r r l a t f o r K ’ by T O f ^ S l j S GX)cml»L^4folL ”' S ’Z ' B A O U S E W E O I tm CSTABSilSliKX ) IIS 1850. Twenty t)ioiMR <2 yoanr mfln ca*vd ofS^niMl Wcakncw euid Ncr^vuaa tftftot Bmissto&A. (M«d - L»iap (or cam'iw Pnco o f Ibo Medicine Mit -fay m * M & . A4divt» DU. W . 11 W ATttUN # 0 0 . , Box 1)0, ttyricoBc, INow Yurk. 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