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PEBEYSBUEa, O., , 3?E1J?AX, FEBRUAEY 8, 1367, NO. 41 19 PUBUSHKD CVKRT FRIDAT MORNIMO DT OnLISflER TIJIMOXS. TERMS OF BUCSCniPTION. Three months..... AO 8 is months. tl OO On year.. a OO TERMS OF ADJERTISIXO. On square, one insertion $1 00 finch subsequent Insertion 40 llisiness Cards, per annum 8 80 Administration, Attachment, U involution .Ex ecutor, IlefleHiption end Rod Notice. S 00 Marriage Notices 50 Death Notion Free. The space occupied by ten lines, or less,of this iied tvneeonntanne souare. All Transient tnd I,egal Advertisements must be paid Tor ta advance tn insure publication. t-t Attorneys are us lb rbsponsisi.s for all advertisements handed in or snthorised by them, and for the publication of all Sheriff's Sale notices, the writs fur which they order out. JOB PRINTING. We are nrenarcdto execute all Vinds of Job Work. such as Posters. Sale Bills. Programmes, Invitations, Cards, Labels, Pamphlets, all kinds of Blanks, .Vc., in the most satisfactory manner. The following are the rates for Sheet Bills t X Sheet Bills, per ti yt .. - 60. y loo. 25 V & loo. K mo. rull sheet ..inn. . .$1 00 J 61) ji no J 60 s on 3 60 5 00 8 00 Orders will be flllnd at short notice, and upon the most ressonable terms. -vf Printing of every kind, whether Job work or advertising, which is done for any association, aocietr, public meeting or political party, will be charged to the person or persons ordering the same, who will be held responsible for payment. OBLIXftKR A. TIJIMOSS, Publishers and Proprietors. BUSINESS CARDS. V JOHN A. SHANNON, Attorney and ConnscIlor-at-Law, OFFICE OVER KREPS' STORE, Perrysburg, Ohm. l3?Attention. given to the collection of Soldiers' Claims. ALEX.INUEK BROWS, ATTORNEY - AT - LAW, Perrysburg, Wood County, 0. Office in Sheriff's Room at the Court House. Particular attention Riven to Collecting, Convey ancing and Notarial business. 3x PBRRYSBURQ MEAT STORE. JOIIX O. HOFFMAN HAS removed his Meat Store to the building re centlv occupied by the Hardware Store, on liOuisiana'Avenue. An excellent quality of .Meat Is always kept rm band.tj which ho inritesthe l tuntion'of all lovers of a juicy Roast, or ateuder Steak. . Perrysburg, November 6, 1865. Six GEOBOK WEDDELL. W. 8. KUBItLV WEDDELL tV EBERLY, GENERAL LAND AGENTS, -' rerrysburt, Wood County, Ohio. , . Wiil buy and sell Lands, examine titles, pay taxes, redeem J.ands sold for taxes, &c, t& Office in the Court-house. 37a J. II. REID, Attorney. ntLaw, HAS resumed the practice of his profession, at Perrysbnrg, Ohio, whore he will give prompt attontion to all legal business entrusted to his care. Office in the Bank building. 7zx WILLIAM II. JONRS. JOHN A. SHANNON JONES Ac SHANNON, REAL ESTATE AGENTS OFFICE OVER KREPS' STORE, 46xi Perrysburg, Ohio. J. K. Horb, Fremont, J. M. Hobd, Perrysburg. J. K. & J. M. HOIIP, ATTOilNEYS Pcrrysburg, O. Office in liaird House. 35zx GEOIIGE STRAIN, ATTO RN E Y-AT-L 4.W, Pkrrtsiidro, 0., WILL attend to allbusinessconflded tohis care in the several Courts of Ohio. Military Claims Will receive particular attention. Also Insurance taken at reasonable rates. Office New Hardware building, up stairs, cor ner of Louisiana Avenue and Front street, lis F. D. K. IIOLLENBECK, Perryeburs;, Wood County, O. Attorneys-at-LW Notaries Public j Conveyancers ; Collecting Agents) Real Estate Agentshaving Urge quantities of wild lands, and many Improved farms, for sale J Agents to Pay Taxes, and redeem laud sold for taxes Also, to purchase lands and investigate titles. War Claim Agents, To proours the back-pay and bounty due to rel atives of duoeased soldiers ; To procure pensions for those entitled to them i To procure for soldiers liberated from prison, commutation of rations while they were confined, Ac, Ac. J " r. S. BLEVIN. GEO. K. PARSONS' . SLEVIX & PAKSOXS, Attorneys aod Counsellors at Law, aud Geueral Laud Agei ts. Land bought and sold ; taxes paid i titles exam - ined, &.o. Extra bounty, local bonntr, back pay, pension, etc., promptly collected and paid over. tW Offloe in the Auditor's room, at the Court house, Perryabiirg, Ohio. 2s ROSS & COOK, AOEKTS FOB TBI METROPOLITAN INSURANCE CO. Of New York City. Bates as low as any good, first-class Company. Business solioited. Office, corner of Front-street aud Louisisns-avenue, Perrysburg.- 19 J. F. Sl 8. n. PRICE, Attorneya-at-Law, Porrrsknra;, Wood Coaatfi . WE have large quantities of Real Estate for sale attend to Tax-paying t slso, procure bounties and Pensions for Soldiers. . . All business promptly attended to. H INSUUE1 INSURE! " INSURE WITH THE FIREMEN'S INSURANCE COMPANY, , . OF DAYTON, OHIO. THIS Company has fairly earned the right to solicit the patronage of the citisens of this County, having paid 15,700 in Losses in the county within the last year. Bates as low ss any reliable Company. Loues equitably adj usted and prompt- ' fld 'i. A. BHANNOX, Perrysburg, O., 44 General Agent fur Northwestern Ohio. J. H. RHEINFRANK, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. OFFICE Over the New Drug-Store of Inscho A Champne, on Louisiana Avenue. Al night, will be found in Room G, at Nor tpu's Eicutugc HcWl, - ' 10i " i REAL ESTATE AGENCIES. REAL ESTATE AGENCY TUB undersigned having established a Real Estate Agencv, at Pcrrysburg, offer for sale the following Lauds in Wood County, O., torit : 83 ncres, S miles east of Portage, In Portage Township, on the pike leading from Portage to West Millgrove, about 14 acres improved, balance well timbered and in one mile of saw-mill. 80 acres, 8 miles west of Portage, in Liberty Township, on good road, all under cultivation but T acres, orchard of 300 large trees, frame barn, log house. COU wcrea, near P. Avenue Road, miles from Perrysbnrg, in Lake 1 jwnsbip, 4 acres fenced, 8 in apple and t in peach orchard. 801 Mere, on road from New Rochester to West Millgrove, Montgomery Township, no aw and s pt ne and n pt ne, well improved and good buildings. 1 19 acres, 8 miles south of Portage, In Portage Township, on Perrysbnrg and Fimllay Pike, 60 acres improved, new house, fine peach and apple orchard, good well, shop, See. Unimproved part well timbered aud handy to saw-mill. 89 acres, on comer of county and town mad. 7 miles nw from Van Iluren, i'4 from McComb w 14 sw i see 81, town 8, range 10, Ilenry Town ship ; 25 acres under cultivation, 40 acres fenced, good young orchard, new frame house, log barn. 40 acres, 4 miles east of Portage on creek bank, s 'i nw i Portage Township, 7 acres improved, balance well timbetcd and near saw-mill. 40 acres, 8 miles nw of West Millgrove, on road leading thence to Fostoria, nw ne sec 30, Portage Township, all under cultivation, largo fine orchard, good frame house, log barn, splendid well. 80 acres, n i nw i sec SO, and sw i sw i sec 19, Portage Township, 2 acres improved, good log house, 3 miles south of Portage, on Perrysburg and Findlay Pike. 80 acres, in Milton Township, . mile from Mil ton Center, well timbered and li mile from saw mill. 150 acres, timbered land, in Perrysbnrg Town ahip, near Kast Oregon Koud, 0 miles from Toledo. 80 acres, timbered, 4 miles east of Portage, in Lounge lownsnip, sw sw and nw sw. The. undersigned are respectfully soliciting the Agency of Lands upon the easy terms of no fee wuere lucre is no sale. WEDDELL & EBERLY." Perrysbnrg, January 1, 1807. 85 Real Estate for Sale. rTMIE undersigned have established a Real Es J tate Agency in this place, and hare a large number ol Improved Mirms ana I nimproved Lands for sale in Wood County, Ohio, among wtncu are me loiiowmg : Improved Farms. One liwelling and Store, with three Lots at Milton Center, on the I), a, M. Railroad. Will bo sold very cheap. Iti-T.ots in the town of Perrvsbnrg, numbered 630, 61:1, fill, 653, 654 and 667; The improve ments consist of a new two-stnrr frame house and also a one and a half story frame house, with large barn, good well of water, aud a number of fruit t'-ees, etc. Also, tour ln-lotsL well located for a brick-yard. Price for the whole, 82,000 ; or 81,000 for the hrst six lots. 80 Acres, on the Plank Road, 44 miles from Buwline Green, over 20 seres under fence, oartlv clekred, 4 acres under cultivation, about 50 acres of good timber. On corner of road leading to Hull J'rsirie, ana only one mile tncrolrom. Price, 1,100. 58 Acres, near Ten-Mile Ilouse, in Webster Tp., on good road, good settlement, excellent soil fine young orchard, about 30 acres under cultira tion. will be sola at the low price ol ai,3uu. 80 Acres, on county road, 6 mile from New ton's Saw-Mill, at the station on I). & M. Railroad nil well drained. Hag on it a good Frame House, 8 acres under cultivation, etc. Price 822 per acre, Out Lot 8 in Perrysburg, 4 acres under good rence. i rice iuu. 8 Acres, in the village of Perrysburg. under high state of cultivation, good house, fruit trees 6ms. rnce gl.iuu, cash or si ,2110 in pnymcnts A Farm of 187 acres, 3 miles south of Perrvs burg, on Plank Road, on corner of a cross road, 10 acres nndcr cultivation, some prairie and openings ou it, balance well timberea. rnce f 15 per acre Unimproved Lands. 210 acres Timber Land, near Thomas' steam saw-mill, about Zi miles from Bowling Green I'ncc, 91 per acre. 80 acres, being the e 4 w i sec 32, tp 4, TJ s. tl. rnce, sidu ensn, or sauu in payments. In-IiOts 308, S03 and 527, to Perrysburg, for saie very tow. 310 acres near Tontogany, on railroad, part prairie and part timber, between 0 and n,UU0 raili split out and some in fence. In-lots of 80 acres a $20 per acre. 10O acres 4 miles south of Perrysburg. on corncr'of two good county roads; heavily timbered with oak, hickorv, Ac, improved faims on three sides of It, and good school house mile distant. Price, $12 per acre. Also, good Wild Lands in sonth part of Wood County, and in Ottawa County, as low as 15 per acre. We have for sale land in Lucas Countvi at low prices; also, lands in Iowa, Indiana, Michigan and Missouri, timbered and prairie at from S3 to $10 per acre. Persons having farms and unimproved lands to sell, are respectfully solicited to give us the agency of same, as we charge nothing unless we find you a purchaser. We have the only Abstract of Titles to all lots and lands in Wood County, and will furnish copies of same to purchasers, or owners of land, upon reasonable terms. Office over W. J. Hitchcock's store, corner of Louisiana Avejiue and Front street. BOSS & COOK. Porrysbnrg, Ohio, January 20, I860. VALUABLE REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. THE undersigned having established a Ileal Es tate Agency in Perrysburg, offer for sale the following Real Estate, situated in Wood Couuty Ohio: A Farm of 120 acres, in section 10, of Plain Township, under good cultivation, with 300 fruit trees, good buildings, aod well ("rained. Two miles from Tontogany. Aa Improved Farm of 100 Acres, in seo tion 34, Plain Township s 00 acres under cultiva tion, and nearly all under fence; s large orchard, and good well, together with s good frame house and barn. ALSO A Farm containing; 88 Acres, In same section, all under fence mostly improved ; orchard, f;ood barn and Urge house, with good frame bouse n ccurse of construction. ALSO The NE. X of the NE. of section 28, town 4, north of range 10 east. Good House and Orchard. All under fence. UNIMPROVED LANDS. 80 Acres, in section 4, Ceiter Township, well timbered with black walnut, white wood, Ac. SO Acres, in section It, Liberty Township, prairie. .. . 40 Acres, !n section 16, Milton Township Lot No. 8. O Aeres, is section 13, Henry Township timbered. Also SOO Acres in section 11, Portage Township; heavily timbered. ' ALSO Twelve or fifteen choice TOWN LOTS, in Per rysburg. t5J The above Beal Estate will be offered a low rates, on terms to suit the purchaser, SLEVIN k PARSONS, 4 Real Estate Agents, Perrysburg. 0. SCHOOL EXAMINERS' NOTICE. The Board will hold their next regular session for the examination of Teachers, at Perrysburg, Friday, March 1, 1807. F...M,rt Vrirfiv. Anril 5. 1K67. Applicants need not apply for Special Exami nation, but are requested to atteoa iue siaica nAKtlnira i.f tlim Rn.rd. All anrrAarwtnilAnBA with the Examiners should He direcUd te the undersigned, ai ""joo, . 20 D A AYKKYf Clerk i MISCELLANEOUS. Statement f tie CoaditUa or tn HARTFORD FIRE IN SURANCE COMPANY, OP HARTFORD, On the 1st day of January, 1BA7, made to the Au ditor or Uhlo, pursuant to the statute or that 8tnle. Name and Location. The name of the Comnanv la the HARTFOltD FIHli INSl'KANCE COMPANY, and is located at Uartford, Connecticut. I. CoBltal. The amount of its Capital 8iock, all paid up, is t,uuv,ovv vv II. Assets. Cash of the Company on hand, and In the hands or Agents and in Bank.. JV8.009 91 The Bonds and Slocks owned by the Company, market value l,9f3,ys o Debts due the Company, secured by mortgage for loans .............. 13,844 St Debts otherwise secured unincum bered real estate (5,000 00 Accrued interest, payable January 1, 130( .............. ............. Ba,X-tV 3 Total Assets it the Company.. ..1,T837 83 III. Liabilities. Losses unadjusted and Losses in sus pense, waiting lor lurtner prooi, and not due 9149,135 08 IV. miscellaneous. The greatest amount insured in any one risk (except in special eases).. (zv,uw uo The greatest amount allowed to be in- sured In any one blocs, varies ac cording to site aod class of property, end bow built. The amount of its capital or earnings deposited in any other state, as secu rity for losses therein Deposits mado in Ohio, Iowa and Tennessee. Btatb or CoNEcricrT,l Coumtt of Hartford, l Tim C. Allvn, President, and Oeorge M. Colt, secretary o the Hartford Mrs Insvbanci Com FANY. if Hartford, bejug severally sworn, depose and say that the foregoing is a, full, true and cor rect statement ol the aBairs or said Uompany, and that they are the above described olticers thereof. JIM A 111. in, S'rrtufrnl. GEORGE M. COIT, &errtary. Subscribed and sworn before me, this 8th day ioui. v. January, omliu.i, ISEAL l-CENT 8TAMF.J Notary I'uNte Office of the Ai-ditob or State,! Colcmbcs. Ohio. Januarr 15. 1907. i It is Hereby Certilieil, That the foregoing is a correct copy of the Statement of Condition of the Uartford Mrs iNsrRANCR lomfamt, ot tiarttora, made to and tiled in this otlice, for the year loot. Witness mr hand and seal ollicially. 8EAL.1 JAME8 H. GODMAN, Auditor of State. iij JAKES WILLIAMS, CAM LtcrK. CERTIFICATE OF 'AUTHORITY. (To expire on the 31st dsy of January, 1853.) Orrics of the Ai'ditoh of State, I Insurance Defartment, Columbus, Onio, .Innuary 15, 1S87. Whereas, The HARTFORD FIRE INSUR ANCE COMPANY, located at Hartford, in the State of Connecticut, has tiled in this otlice a sworn statement of its condition, as required by the first section of the act " lo regulate insurance com Dailies not incorporated by the Statu of Ohio.' ? isied April S, 1856, and amended February 9, 804 ; and the act " to regulate Foreign Insurance Companies," passed April 5. 1805 ; and. Where as, said Company has furnished the undersigned satisfactory evidence that it is possessed of at least ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY THOUS AND DOLLARS OF ACTUAL CASH CAPI T AL INVESTED in stocks, or bonds, or in mort gages of real estate, worth double the amount for which the same is mortgaged: nnd. Whereas, said Company has filed inathis ollico a written instrument under its corporate seal, signed by the Presideut and Secretary thereof, authorizing any agent or agents of said Company in this State to acknowledge servico of process, for and in behalf of said Company according to the terms or said law ; Now, Therefore, in pursuance of the Trst sec tion of the nforesnid act, I. James II. Oodman, Aud itiirof State of Ohio, do hereby ccrtifv that said Uartford Fire Insurance Company, of Hartford, is authorized to transact the business or r ire lusur ance in this State until the thirty-first day of Jan uary, in the year one thousand eight hundred aud sixtv-ftiirht. In Witness Whereof, I have hereunto subscribed my name and caused the seal of ray of Seal. fice to be affixed the day aud year above written. JAS. II. GODMAN, Auditor of State. . GEO. STRAIN, Agent at Perrysburg, Ohio. A. J. GARDINER, 40o Agent at Gilead, Ohio. MCI!. SOUTHERN & N. I. R. R. WINTER AltKANGEIHENT. ON and after Sunday, November IS, 18C0, Passenger Trains will be run as fellows: LEAVE fOLEDO TOR CHICAGO. e:iO A. M. Nlarht Exerni, via Atr Line. except Mnndijrs, ilop, at principal stations and ar rives at Chicago 12:30 P. M. 8133 A III. Mall and Express, via Main Line, exeept Samlaye, slops at all stations aod arrive at Chicago 8:66 P. M. IZaO P. M. exoent Bandars Mall and Express, via Air Line, stops at priBSipal stations, aod arrives at Chicago 11:00 P. M. ISiOP. 51. Ex area via Main Line, except Sunday,, Hops at principal stations, and arrives at Chicago 6:00 A. 14. LEAV TOLEDO 10 a DETROIT. THREE TRAINS. T23 A. III. Ex areas, arrives at Monroe 8:83 A. M.; Detroit 10:30 A. M. 3:30 P. m. Expresei arrives at Monroe 4:85 M.t Detroit 0:0 P. M. Tits P. If. Express, arrives at Monroe 8:ST P. M.; Detroit 10:S0 P. M. All dally except Bandar. LEAVE TOLEDO FOR JACKSON. Leave Toledo dally, exeept Sundays, at 8:2S A. and 7:40 P.M. ' Trains arrive at Toledo as follows I From Chicago l'OO and 8:40 A. M. and 4:80 and 4:85 P. M. Prom Detroit 9:00 A. H. and 4.S0 and 8:80 P. M. Prom Jackson 8:40 A. M and 4:35 P M. 8i.fiko Cass on all Might trains between Toledo and Chicago. Traius are ran by Chicago llmo, which Is twenty slower Toledo time. 8i' CUAB. P. HATCH, General Suit. JAS. W. BOSS, ASBEB COOK, BLSKBT V. BOSS ltOSS ti. COOK, ABSTRACTS of TITLE. OFFICE 1 earner Louisiana Avenne and Front street, ferrrskurf, Onto. WE hare the only set of Abstract Books now in Wood County, containing a complete Indii to all Lots aud Lands therein. ti? Certificates of Title given upon reasonable terms. tAlao, Afrents for perchssing and selling Real Estate, getting up Tax Titles, paying Taxes, lie., &.C Business solicited. 1?RlE!tOS sad customers, call and see onr New 4 Ooods. HOUriTOKH. GROCERY STORE. Family Groceries, AT Reduced Prices. THE undersigned, bavins; recently purchased I the Orocery rltore, on Front-slruet, foruierly occupied by Anion A Sheets, take this Method informing the citiieus of Perrysburg that they will at all times keep on baud a full supply of almost every article needed by families in the Grocery and Produce Line, which will be disposed of on terms that shall prove alifartorv lo all. Thev are determined not to undersold, and are confident tbat their stock Can not be surpassed in variety or quality. Give them a call before purchasing elsewhere, and you may be certain of securing good Dargams. , juhThildeueaku & SON. Perrysburg, Juwary II, 16e7. ,.vss LEAVE TOLEDO FOR JACKSON. The Castalian Fount. [From the London Fun.] FLO. Flo has lbs wickedest, wtnntngest way with her, Merriest ere and the sauciest lip 1 Boys should "be careful, whenever they, play with ner, O'er her if they'd have the hand with the whip. If some light chaff you would ear to discriminate, Testing the platitude, " Woman Is fair," Watch lief lip curl as, she rails yon effeminate, Seeing you part in the middle your nair. Flirt for Its sake or for mere notoriety, She'll look yon plavrullr up and then down i No sharper tongae will von And in society, Ho BTruer woman lor Homing oar own. Men who are senrible will not play false with he r, ir they non t caro lo be treated wttn scorn t Mind and be oareful whenever yon waits with her, Laugh, if yon dare, when bar " gathers are torn. Flo flashes eresfult of lots for the Tin of It, Breaking their hearts like a boxful I of toys ) As to sincerity, she will have none of it- Girls, they arc often as careless as ooys. Happy as long as the silly ones sigh for her. Proud when Hie Battery falls on her ears i Florence can kill but uo heio may die for her If he can t rockon bis tnousanus s year. One of these days, it has happened before yon know Flies are entrapped by the sweets they have gorged Light-hearted Flo will be happy no more you Enow, Fast in tho fetters that Florence has forged. There'll come a lime when her cupfnll of Jollity, Some one will snatch with a pitiless laugh 1 Then she will see tho sad fate of frivolity- Know there is nothing so cruel as chall. BABY LOUISE. 1 am in lore with you. baby Louise I With yeur eilken hair and your soft blue eyes, And the dreamy wisdom that in them lies, And the faint, sweet smile you brought from the 1 skies God's sunshine, baby Louise. When von fold vour hands, babv Louise. Your hands, like a .'airy's, so tiny and fair, with a nrettv. innocent, saint-iixe air. Aro you trying to think of iomo angel-taught prrer, You learned above, baby Louisa t . I'm In Iota with mil. babv ljOuise 1 Whv, vou never raise your beautilnl eyes! : Sonie day, little one, your cheek will grow red With a Bush or delight to bear the word said, 41 1 lo,o you," baby Louise 1 Do vou hear me. babv Louiso t I have iunir vnnr nraisca for nearlv an hour. And your lasses keep drooping lower and lower, And yon nave gone lo sleep, nae a weary nuwer Logratctui Darjy ijouise. OFT IN THE CHILLY NIGHT. Oft in tho chilly night, Ere slumber's chain hath bound me, I pull the blankets tight, And tuck them close around me. Yet often stilt . - Feel dreadfnll chill.- . Without of warmth a token, From bitter winds, Through tatter'd blinds And window shutters brokon I So in the chilly night, Kre slumber's chain hath bound me, I pull the blankets tight, And tuck them close around me. When I remember all The times in wintry weather, Tbat sheets and blankets fall From off my couch together I I really dread To go to bed, Lest after soma hours' doiin', Without a quilt, I'd waken " kilt," And find myself half frozen. ' So iu the chilly night, Ere slumber's chain hath bound me, I pull the blankets tight, And tuck them close around me. Selected Miscellany. Hon. John Mor-Easy's Malden [FROM SWINGIN ROUND THE CIRCLE.] P M ot be Ilon.Mr.Mor-Essy's.of New York, which is the metropolis of tho Union, etc., on the occasion of his maiden effort in Congress, was seated between Hon. Fernando ood, nd Hon. Jack Rogers, the latter Inning assisted Mr. Mor-Easy in preparing bis speech, and having been permitted on the floor of the House at bis request. Mr. Mor-Easy ross with his left band in bis bosom, and spoke as follows 1 Mr. Uereree (Rogers 'hold iixr the manusoript in bis hand Speaker 1 Speaker !) I beg pardon ; Mr. Speaker, 1 enter me (Rogers jerks his coat tail.) I enter the arena of this discussion the .... more reluctantly from the fact that I have not not been in training (Rogers No! no!) , But, Sir, when I oast my-my ogles ( Rogers-Eyes !) Yes, my ny(lieiitatea)wlien I look around upon tna smiling sua intelligent mugs (Rogers No ! faces l intelligent faoes of the llitrent faoes of the respected (sotto voce) what is it buffers T (F. Vood-No, gentlemen.) fRoirers Memburs.) when I look around this ring and see the smiling aud intelligent luces ol l lie) re spec led members of this body, I feel pro fotindlv impressed will) the lact mat we live under the Rgis of a glorious Constitu tion, wlncb guarantees to every man me privilege of rising to a glorious eminence ; and I contemplate the institutions be queathed to us by our uoble forefathers with the deepest emotions 1 11 11 can rise from the depths of a proud and grateful and grateful gizzard I (Rogers No! no I Ilea.f ) mid grateful heart. - In this perilous cri sis in the history of our once hnppy but now disti acted oountry, I come up, Mr. Referee (Rogers No! no!) From gallant and lion-hearted constitu ency constituency ' - '- ' " Who know their rights, sod knowing dare main tain 1 Applause trom the Conservative side.) . come up to represent for them in these classic balls that noble polioy, of which count tnystlf oua of the pillars, of forgive ness and reconciliation which is inculcated by the sacred principles of Christianity, and when these principles sre unuer discussion rhould be unfaithful to that constituency if 1 failed to open my my oratiou trap (Rogers No I no!)' My later-trap or rather my gob (Roucrs Mouth.) ' " Mouth, to speak to yon the convictions of a patriotio and Impulsive giz that is to say, soul. Allow me to say that 1 come from that constituency in the spirit of 8partacua of old, proud and defiant. In the language of the pout they cull mo chief, aud thev do well to call me chief, who for a good many years has met upon the bloody arena has met (Rogers that s right.) Has ipet soma pf lha sjatnee. bitters ou I incontinent Hill P00W, Yankee 811iTAn, And lleciian liirosslt nd never tossoU the .lonpe. ( lingers AH Wrong, I Lowered Ills arm.) Solio Fcxw) Let her ulide. ( Aloud. Ami yet ir, I ootns here prepared unci reaily, nnd willing lo grasp, ss with the grtiHpofs compatriot and brother, the flipper of nr Man (Kogers-Oio I no I Wrong I) The bunch of Eves nf any man. (Sotto rY) What's next Jack t (Kxciledlr.) What's next T Tou'd make Mossed d bottle-holder, wouldn't yont I'll get on that weepin' part. (Aloud) I have n che-ild a youthful l woy (Rogers you've skipped nil thai about the rebel debt) Sotto rvo ) Let her drive. (Aloud.) I repent Mr. Hvferec (llogera nulls Ins coat-tail.) that is to say, Mr. ?peakoj, that 1 have a youthful b-woy the scion of a game (Rogers 0.1 (Sutto voce) Yes it is 1 (Aloud) of a game of nnreetry. I would tint in coming years Hint this my only, my youthful che-ild should grow up (witii suiotion, ucporterj to emulate tho example, and inherit tho vir tues, nnd to glory in tho rec-ord of his leaiher, tlliircrs now ween!) Mr. Mor-r.aey wipes his eyes with his pocket handker chief. (Sotto roee) That couldn't a been done tri'ioli pntheticker, could it Jack T (Koiiors Try a gesture.) I fuel deeply sensible, Mr. Referee, (strikes out from the shoulder in a a grace ful manner.) A laiiKh. (Mr. Mor-Kusy in dignant at this uuleilinjj reception of his pathos 1 : Look here, yon muasent come your chaff on me! I aint that Rail! 1 kin strip and go in rough nnd tnmhlo on this jest as quick as you feel like it I (Holers Mills at his coat-tail ) 1 kin polish off tho wholo d crowd In h.ilf a dozen rounds, (laughter ; Mr. Mor E tsy indulges in exciiod but scientific ges tures.) ' Look'ero I don't make no limits on niv game, and you kin buck agin that tiger jmt as long as you think its healthy! Now who wants to walk into met Now, just nut hp ver hands. will verT Thi" last remark addressed to the Speskor, Wood and Koirers both pull at a cout-tml Mor-Easy (apologetically.) Well, I don't let no joke pull my snueier inor'n ouc't at a time. May tin my knowledgo box aint got so much in it as yours, aud I ntnt mucb on the speak : but that ere nint the kind o punishment wat sends me to grass. (Ci ies, Order! Order!) 1 kin go ye a thousand to hve hundred on this little mill : unu see 11 I don't come tip smilin on the last round. I've got some greenbacks left yet. I spent $20,(100 tin the election in New Voik. They siy money makes the mare go, but it didn't make our Mayor go into New lorlt btate. That's sure enough. . , (Rogers prompts and binds a pngo of manuscript. 1 l'urdon this digression.' ) Pardon this digression (Reads ) Mothiuks I behold, motliinlts I behold in the dim vista of tho coming future, the vUioti of a reuuit ed and reconstructed land, when the dark clouds of a vile fanaticism have been swept away by the beacon lights of the Constitu tion ; and when upon the cloud-capped pin nacle of our glorious country shall bo ob served the grucotully swaying and flexible figure of that second Jackson, who now oc cupies the l'residontial chair, ami so nobly dispenses the poht-oflkes and collcctortdiips to a beloved nnd Llosding oountry ; shall be observed, I say, supported 011 the one side by the immor'ul Wauliinston, and the other by the illustrious Jackson, floating aloft the emblem of thirtj'-Hix stars, r.nd having shuf- uen (soio voce) is mat enuuiou 1 IlloKsrs ies. bliulllud oil tuts mortal coil.) S)tto eoce-) v hat kind of a slmllla is that? (Aloud.) And the hulo slmll hover round his classic brow, and those that gaze in awe and wonder shall exclaim (Sutto voce) W hat s 011 the next page T 1 lorgct exactly, I Rotters Can't find it.l ilor-Kitsy Sutto voce I'm off my pine, Jack. What is it T (Aloud.J Hliall ex claim, somethine like; " l' nils there a smoke with so Quminixed a KlZ INo. rvo got it. " Ui-eatties tbere a man with soul so dead," etc. ticuBe me, shall exclaim " Who never to himself hath said, This is my own, my native laud." I like a teller of that kind of build he's game lie s a teller that am I easy knocked off ins fouudaiioiiH. f Holers hands him a leaf of mantiscriiit. We read. Mr. Speaker, iu Herbert boun cer s beautiful system of natural philosophy iu which he explains bow both hom-nom homogeneous and hetter-hetter-hetterngen eons materials of the earth become by process of difler-difTer-diifer-eiiiiation. 8jt to voce is that straight. Jack T I A messenger hands iu: Mor-basy a doc ument. He reads it. I I've got a bill hers fiotu old Uul Tovee, which reads: " A petition for an appropriation to es tablish institutions for the relief of indi gent pugilists, bruised and battered in the cauao of science.'' I go my pile on that! As I was saying, Mr. Referee, I do not deem it necessary go into any explanations of the personal associations which render this glorious Union and this Constitution, bequeathed us by our forefathers, dear to me as my what is it T us my I need not come be fore you like Othello, to gain your affec tioi'S by reciting the dangers through which 1 have passed, in the words of the fnet. Sotto voce How does it run Jack Aloud. Which conveys the same moral sentiment as tiial familiar popular air relat ing how His tale to her be told Of all the dangers he hd passed, la catching rats so bold." Sotto voce. Was it rats, or dogs pound time I - Aloud. liy all the memo ries of the heroio blood that fell upon the srorv sod at at Rogers Antiotam.J Sotto toce. I've got an idea of my own aloud the gory sod at the dock, foot Amos street, wnere inn 1 tioio iiukkii ma a regular rough aud tumble; by all the memories ot the home brewed . 1 . lei n I ! I 1 ..... : ' Rogers No, no. -Ufl the claret; that Is to say, the blond thut reddened the field of Chatham Four Cor ners. Rogers Wrong !1 8ntto toce You let me slone. Aloud Chatham Fonr Corners, whore I licked Yan kee Sullivan, by the memory of sanguinary striloat liufftlo Rogers No, no. Where 1 licked the bold Heenan 1 1 con jure yon to banish your emotions of resent ment sgainst your Southern brethren, and admit thero once again to the discharge Hums duties bequeathed to them by our forefathers. If thus you do and I can only speak for the nobis constituency from which I come lbs gratitudo of the Five I'Hnte Rogers Good Heavens ! ; Will float as sweet iuoeuso op to your snuffer-trays ' t Rogers Stop! p to your maxjiards, the tho tnby will rice in blushes of gratification to their cheeks, and though slightly battered, mugs will bo bowed in gratelut acknowledg ment to this sppcal. Sir. Tliaddeue tMovens May 1 as, ine gentleman a question V May I inquire the difference between tho Prize Ring and the Tammany King of New Yoik, and also whether the gentleman represents one or both? I A lanuh irritating to Mr. Mor- Kanv.1 mor-f.iay L.00K a ere out ninktierui, 1 f o a a a a kin conio down with a naty 'un on your nob if yon make any interference here 1 A laugh still mors iiritating to Mr. Mor '' Mr. Stevens I only asked. Mr. Mor-Knav Well, 1 want yon to un derstand that I don't agree wilh yeur prin ciples, and with dignity Reporter if ever 1 eot one on your conic yon a see a small pictur of a rainbow round yeur optio when yer got a look in' glass ! I come here to represent priuciples mid dou t want no playin off I ftlr. M or-Has v ra. 1 don t neitueri 1 kin wnllop you, my sweet pill ! I kin take yon off your stumps so easy I Sarcasti cally lienor ler. I Oh. 0I1I How 1 should like to close, one o' them peepers! Squares off and advances in a series ot lively hops. J Oh I this gits me, this does ! This gits right into 1110 1 Mr. Stevens retreats. Mr. Mor- Easy pulls oil his cost ami Imps about very lively and smiling. Oh I if I only hud my hair cropped off ! Cocks his hem I on olie sue, and closes 0110 eye In a piuyiui manner, sparring vigorously. Mr. Slovens retreats. Mr. Mor-Kusy rushes after liiin.l 80 yer makiu' for tho ropes, ore ye, me covy 1 I hat s a foul I UiinIips and seizes Mr. Stevens wig in his teeth; slinKes it violently and KtiSHlies at it. I'.ncoutiteis the ser geant at arms, and getting him in chancery, peppers him with vigor. Tumult and ter ror in the House. Radford of New York, as he is making for tho door in despern tion, rcrnives n dub iu tho stomach with the remark' " Hows yer bread basket old slick in-the-mndt" Mr. Stevens esenpes. Mr Mor-F.nry turns upon the reinniniug mem. bars, dancing, and spurring, with the words: " l.otne on now I 1,01110 on! 1 wo nt time, now! Git in, now 1 l'.le in t Now for the first grnvv ! Oh! this gits mo 1 Oh I ain't this nice!" Tl.o members rus 1 for the door in n punic. Mr. Mor-K isy finding himself alone, tolds 1 1 i h 111 ins, and surveys tho room with a calmness aud satisfaction that might have distinguished Cromwell uflor dispersing tho liritish I'niliiimeiit. [From the Toledo Blade.] NASBY. Mr. Nasby Does the X Roads a Service —The Peace that Reigns There, the Cause of It. 1 lo to T iu of m .. of PosTorrid, Conpsiiiit X Roads,) (Wich is in tho Stait of Kentiieky.! January 20, l&uT. ) Thoro is peaco in tho Cornors I It reigns here, it does, with a sweetnis onparallolled set.ee the Nashun lanched out onto the sua uv troubles, wich very near engulfed her. It come about thro mo. Di.uis in tho Post Orfis don't engross all my time. It don't take mo very long to dislribbit the pnpor wicli Lleekm rogritm takes, nor die en Klors uv the gift entorprisos wich oomo here ; neither does it cons'nom much uv my val yooable timo direclin tiio letters enclosin dollars back to em, besides wich a good many uv em are insufficiently seulod and the money drops out, and beiu conscientious to a fault, ex I can't get em back into the right letters, why uv course I don't send sich at all, The only trouble 1 bey is in explniiiin why letters coutainiti sioh ro- mitlnncis dou t reach their dostinasuen, but that hez its rewards, I invariably tell em that the managers uv the enterprise are ablishn YaukeeB, and, uv courso they'd be swindld. wich allnz intensifies their rage. A batch uv cm sent for tickets to Crosby's Opera Houso, wich didn't roach Chicago, ti 1 wus behind with my board, and after civiu em the regular expliuiashen, they wuz so enraged at the thooviu ahlishnists at Chicago, that they sallied out (Mid made it lively tor wat niggors they met. I for trot now. but of i remember riirht, they hung two, or wuz it three? My tnciury is fuiliu. lint ez I wuz sayin, I hev plenty uv ti.ne, and I put it iu mostly studyiu tho curactor istiks uv human nacher, ez developed in meu and tiiKCors. hilo contemplatin a pai Bel uv niggers one day, I fullered cm, and overheard their conversashun. 1 wuz astonished ! They wuz notifyio one another uv a mretin to bo held that nits 111 I on i.ihaoker's barn, to wich all wuz expected to be Present. Here tliot 1 to mvselt, i (!tiv Fawkes! Here is conspiracy 1 Meoliu Wat rite hev niggers to meet ! Ami hastened to Deokiu tl'ograni aud told him wat I bed heerd. " N:isby," sed he wringin my hand, ' ef I ever doubted the etornel fjtnis uv things tho complete and entire adaptability uv one class to another thai doubt is removed. Here am 1 a nigger owner here are yoo, a Northern Dimocrat a bloomin eggsotio ez I may say, wich hez took Voot In Southern silo. I never wood hev overherd them niggers 1 no Southerner wood hev tliot uv sneukin after em for all sich work tho Northern Dimocrat is precisely fitted. It's wat they've alluz done for us ! ulluz ! alluz! alluz!" Aud he wrung my hand agin, and thanked me. I wuz too much overcome with cuio slien at the compliment he paid mo to re ply. Hut wo arranged the programme. Wo went to the lin n, and overturned u wngon so ez we cn-H git under it asd heer all tlntt wuz sed Wi.liout bein soen, and jist at nito fall the Deukin and nioenscons l oursv-lves in our hidin place. The nigers gathered, praps thirty oii'ein and opened the moetiii wilh prayer, in wich exercise they hod the profanity to pray for the Government nv tho Yoonited Stutes and sich, ahd then the bisnis comnieust. It sppeerd that they'd sent a man North to find a locashen for cm, ez they lied made up their minds to run away from the bless ins uv slavery wich we are preparin to ro opcu lo em. and . this nigger bed sriivod, and they wuz aasemblud 10 hear his report lirolher Lee," sed tho ring lceder to the returned nigger, wich I knowd j he wuz lieurly white uiid wuz raised in Virginia, and lied bin four years iu ihe urmy, on tho Fedraleideuv courso, "are yoo ready to report? llav yoo' found the promised land?" lirother L"e replied, that ef be under stood wat wu the Kthiopian idee uv tl te ' promised land,1' ho cood safely anil cei tiuly say that he lied n't. He landed first in l'hiladelphy, and bein stunwat wearied by the long ride, he took a seat in a street car, wich wuz empty. The conduktrr ordered him out, but sposiu lie wuz in State where ther wuz ekal rites, lis insisted on stayin, when tho conduktrr and the driver bundled him out by force. His coat, he observed, showiu wlier the bloo bloiisn lied biu onskilfnlly mend id, wu2 suinwat frakttrd la the skullle. At this narrashen the niggers groaned, and it wut all I cood do to keep the Dcekiu from hollerin ballrloogy I Iu Noo York i:Ule bo didu't faro so well. I lis diskiversd that decent, nigger thero isnt quite et good tt a very ornry whi(J man. lie happened titer on leksuen day) and nvrated that b9 saw white man ear. risd up to the poles so eggfftremelr a.-vmk that thetn el lied em la clisrge bed to )u1 the tickets atween ther Angers and anser ta ther names, while) 'speotsble nigger bed to? show that be wm worth some property afore he wus allowed ta votej and than number uv gentlemen with red faoes stn4 clubs made it so onplcssaut that but f attempted 11. The Deekin punched me to the ribs vooiis erouslv. Next be went to Ohio, snosin nv course t that a State so extromely opposed to bond sge, wood be the place lie wut in search tit Asm lie Win dissppinten. It wut worse) tlmii it wuz iu Noo York, for the Ahlishnists wus a goin on the principle, ho ratlief guessed, uv doin justis without runnin Bgin anybody's preju.lisrs i or rather, Uv letlid justice do herself, for they don't rasko any move towards hclpin her. Ther Hie Dig ger uv no grade, no matter now much no pade taxes onto, 0: !ow long bo sSrtsd lit the army, wus allowed a vote. The Ab- lishinists, ei he understood, tho praxis ho win wrong, carried the State on the mggef question, but wur. now afrads to tetch it for tear they d lose it agin. 1 lie v vo bed It, ho remarked, 12 years, but bed 11 1, el yi, got all the peoplo edjicated up to tho pint nv doin watnll the people knowd wut rte. His experience in the West wus very similar. The Ablishuists wuz everywhere) very strongly in the majority, afia ovory wun uv 'em he talked with wut in favor of trivin the nitreer his rites, but they wut all afrado ef they took hold uv It, they'd be) hud out bv the Democracy, Which wuznt ill the majority at a'.l. Iu Washington, whef Congress lies give the niggers a vote, ho wuz well tre.ite l.snd it wut the only ptaooi A gontloiuaii who wants to run for Mayof next spring, give him his dinner, and quite) a number of others who wanted small offUes, did likewise, but he wood'ent ad vise emigraxheii there, for the reason that ther wuz too many there now ; and beaidoO its possible that before tho next eloksliunj Congress may oonclood that suffrage in tho Deostrick will run em into tho ground in the States, (their constituents, wich art ali Ablislinisis, not bein odjucaloU up to tho pint,) ami repeel it. llm Dec km nudged me agin. " Watahel we do?" then sed tllsnlggcrsi all in knrioiISi " Do ! " sed the nigger, wich his nattlo it wuz Lee, "do I grin and bear it wher yoo are. bz to mo, cf 1 heii my hve yeans buck air in. I slum! do d iff rent. Liberty is a ar i ft If ss wich, ef dis niggah hed it to do ober agin, he wood look In de mouth, shoah; I shood want to know whodder, I bein a betrgar. ol I mounted it I shoodent ride to de devil. When I turned agin Massa and went into the sorvis, I wut promised ef I behaved like a mnu I shood ba counted a man. I behaved like a man, but wat now t Dur's de cibhel rites bill, wich reads gooiji but who's de sogers to put it froo ? Dart all sorts ob laws, but wha's de yooso ob ent so long ez nobody pays any tensliuo to em? I go Noif, wha do Ahlishnists hab ebery tin dull own way, and I tind de nigenh it ez bad off dah ez he is bead, cos de Ablisl nis wich is de champions uv ekal rites ain't eddicatcd up to de pint uv bustin uiiekal laws. Weouu t stay heah and git our rites -r-.we csu't go dab, cot ebry Wun ob em will tell yoo his nsbor aint eddieated up to do pint ob doin anything but hnldin de olfiset and paBsin resnlooshen dat dey bleeve ill de principles ob de Declarashen ob Inde pendence, wich principles reea oorry wen but wat good is dey to mo ef dey tint solid Op to ? Fo' fo'pence I'd go hong myself." They hed other talk, and finally broko up, eiidin with a prayer, the burden uvwiclt wnz that the good Lord wood find oomo way, wat they didn't care, to eddicate their1 fiends North up tn the pint I Kz soon ez they wnz gone tho Deekin aud I crawled out from under the wagon, and I must Buy the old gentleman surprised me. Dashin his hat dowu on tho ground he exes cooled one nv tho most frantio Higland flings my eyes ever witnist. It astonished me to sco how rucklis the old man wut with his legs. F'nully, out uv breath) ho sub sided with a prolonged shreek uv oxtlltant joy. . " v tiy so juDiluni, my venerauio irienu 1 sod I. " Nashy," sed he. "its better than I hoped for. The Ablishnists bur 'em out they ain't etMikated up to tho pint, and they drive 'em away. They make distinkshnns, aud when the nigger's distinkted sgmst ill part, he's precisely the material uv wlcb tor uuiko a servant unto his brethren. Kf tho niguer can't get all his rites in the North, he'd better be without any uv 'em, in the) South. Up ther lie hex all the enssitood uv bein a free man, without any nv tho indoosos tnonts ; down hero cfhe ain't got any uv tho blessius uv freedom he ain't any uv tho responsibilities. The nigger nv course will stay he'd be a cussed 1 10I ef bo ilidu'tt Uless the Lord for the Ablishuists wataiu't eddikated up to the pint ! " And the blessed old lunatio oxecoOted snother Highland fling onto hia hat. ghsritt his enthoosiasm, et 1 a 1 1 its do everybody' I meet, that I may share whatever else they hev, we went lo Baacnm's wher before we separated, we wuz eddiktled up to a pint( and considerable more. Usscom earned the Deekin home 00 a wheelbarrer at a little pnxt one. l'ETROI.EUM V. ffASBY, t. M., (Wich is Postmaster), sad likewise Prnfewinr a Pitiliklu I'olitiiks iu the Boutliern Cla'miUo so Militury Institoot. The Cold. , 0!i ! the col I, the cold. It maketb a mat lay abed in the morning and he ctirTcHlotli beneath tho bed cloths ns his wife splittetll kiiuliiiig wood to build the firei The sound of her iiiiliistriiiis ax sootheth him fo gen tle Mlinnber. It causeth him to gd on a run to his bilsiness, aud he rubbeth bis tingling ears us he runneth, ltn getteth thero l.its in tho morning, and he leavelh early in the uf lei noon. It maketh him desert his warm counting-room often and go into a1 cold " colTue house'1 to" warm. It maketh fond young couples Eit very closo together at they khiilielh, it ml causeth cross married peoplo to sit very far apart, slaylhg sach other with icy words and glances that frees oth. It bringeth joy to him who dealetli in coal, nnd sorrow to thoso whose pockets aro not well lined. It maketh the cheek of beauty glow like tho rose, aud pinchetli toll color mil of the cheek of him who grnwetli o'd. tt is a frielld to him wiio skateth, and maketh the wicked to stand on slippery pluces except when they falleth. It stira ulnlelll the fur trsdo, and itiakoih dealers iu flannel to rejoice. Intorinlssioii to Warn.. a Cam a woman be wetter than When oho has a cataract iu her eye; a waterfall 011 tbo back of hor head ; a orick iu her back) forty springs in her hooped skirt and bigh-tiod shoos on ? Tea, when she has a Potion (au ocean) Iu her head. An army surgeon, in Arkansas, tried fa hire a voting barefooted tnd coal Ires native aa au errand boy. The antoniahed Jad ex. claimed: "Work! why, I eau't workl I'm uhiter '