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Evening Gazette, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1869, Port Jervis, New York VOL I PORT N SATURDAY NOVEMBER 20 1869 NO 92 SATURDAY 20 AT t County IV Every Tuesday Thursday and Saturday Afternoon at four o'clock I a In GA ETTE Ti to Terms it nil or of Finn cuits for lit ten cents Finn cuits for wailful four two months mo dollar lui on THE by mall 1 at tho i- w Imru received Y wiekly is Issued Thursday inul sent to mall for DOLLAK advance ami per lit the expiration of the time foi notice the lutes for In THK follow Due mUi space or one insertion 50 cts tivo do in cts do 85 six months one vear column three s one year fourth three months JIG six months 325 61 pel Hue Nothing ed Ids I hail live 1 lies Notices in 10 ets per line aail live i cuts pel line for each Insertion p-c mi than ten lines will only bu entitled to an average of pir An style or dis- ndv ei will observed and no ill be inserted at any i mail for and should to THE PI PRINTING CO A I Brief Mention is building a 100 sower Delaware and Hudson Cunal Com- pany run about one thousand boats Grand Army of the in- tend electing a Monument at to not less than ffl Mi J B of this Co hat commenced the publication of n daily piper called tho nt ton Pa man wat discovered yesterday ding the streets in the garments of the sex Ho was chased by some parties but managed to allude is stated that the of Wairen Fellows on the charge of will not come off at next term of Court at burgh His counsel will vsk tor a suits have down the river fiom the recent freshet in the IA ITO Pal ties who caught lumber and logs have been compelled to buy give up or suit for H A or of the United States for Wayne and Pike counties undu Hetrich has been fe 1 by the present incumbent Mi to the samo position Newburgh says tnat the presents in gold coin to Eev JJr Brown arid lady on the of golden wedding amounted to of n kot by fire of die and mill ut Spragueville in county built by Loring Andrews and occupied at tho time of the disaster by Dunn only Jeney Herald that a dwelling about two miles fiom Corner owned by Mr Benjamin and occupied by a Mr Wm Edsall Notice are general orients Tor THE In Port and will have entire of tl c village delivery and mike Collections will be made every Single copies ot tlie t Nine of THE imij be Vail Brothers aid at Mts Richardson's Miss s News Depots four cents To Advertisers TUB has an of ticu cop n a utel and Its ii increasing m Hie and extending Into the country oilier paper ever half so i in this As a live paper of frequent issue tho news early and Iresh Iu ly ind neatly pi luted Its i are of Interest to everybody and it Is itn way into ei cry household in Tori vis and Advertisers will appreciate the un lie offered for ir notices win re they will be seen ami re ul Burglary in Union In Union Broome county one lust week a strangi r called at the of John Johnson ind said he wanted to buy a num Mi told him that his Johnson's for sale and invited him to stay all und go over the Sirm with him in tho i lorning The stranger the but lie went over the form alone 01 a portion of it before d i light mid took Mi Johnson's and a valuable watch with hin Mr Johnson thinks chloroform store It generally believed to be a case wr administered to him during tho night I of abortion in which certain not as 1 e did not awake until eight o'clock next in that line had a hand Morris county N J the residence of Niles Esq at Madison was entered about a m on and robbed of and Day in Port Jervis i Sermon by Eev C S Thanksgiving Day was appropriately ob- served in this village by union services in the Baptist at 11 o'clock a m In- I services wore also held in Grace j Episcopal at the same hour the pastor Eev Jl P Appleton delivering a very appropriate discourse At iho church services were owing to thti lateness of the arrival cf i Mr who was j to preach tlie sermon ho having been de- in city Tho church was well filled clergymen present were Messrs House and Mills The opening services consisted of singing the doxology God from whom all blessings S Mills and reading President's by Ilev Mr House The wjs by Rev C S whb took Ins text from unto God Thanksgiving Ho wci ate assembled as American citizens in obedience to tho call of our Chief Magistrate ior 1 religious I that should interest every one and enlist devotional exercises from every heart Tho occasion is one of interest In the offering of is something sablime The theme in an appropriate one ind full of thought To whom and for what should we offer thanksgiving The Psalmist says we should offer it to God the nil infinite The finite mind one amounted to about seven -1 does not conceive the They also 11 number We God in His true ture is a We only see the spiritual in TIK works In creation we see power and in His His wisdom and mercy The finds a more perfect the of the world Hi i D is the perfect of God to man what should wo offer The snid he would our thoughts to oir mercies one of which is Lite Life is sweet but life is a vu s totally destroyed by fire on Friday of latt week As the family was at tho time the whole of their properly was con- 0 Morrison of Athens a young man who left on the Mth ess with a drove of sixty cattle is missing Whether helms run aw ly with tho cattle they with him or somebody else with both the young man and his o ittle is unknown to the friends who are trying to hunt him up Sussex Register says the lage of was thrown in un- wonted excitement last week on ace aunt of tho finding of an infant nearly full grown in the pond behind McDonalds e unless to essenti il ends In- ho linens usefulness and eternal these life a lie spoke of our social com- forts how thiat death might have invaded our homos taken some of our friends the pullit year yet we art here Home ins ils are found in the kind und heavenly the Owner Wanted J he Newburgh says that ab it may seem of land on tho lino of as laid out but not yet opened for winch no owner can be found To think thit valuable land right the centre of the city of Newburgh should bo lying arou id oose with no cut to look If is an owner for this of propel ty and if he knew that the sum of eight him dred and forty dollars had been deposited lo his credit in the Bonk for damages done to his his by tho opening of it would probably spur him up to assert his claim Sc A city swell of eighteen years j ing in was taking a journey iu a stage coach iu a Lake town of Wayne j county when Iho si ago drove up to a j store to change mail The airy to tho value of The were seen and pursued but escaped also entered the house of the Eev Dr Pouter of Drew Seminary on Monday night and robbed it of worth of jewelry and articles of clothing Scranton says that on Monday Mr Di son of Thomas Dickson Esq left tomi for San and on the first will sail from that port for Hong China where he expects to remain for five years to come He is to bo connected firm of tea merchants of York and Hong Kong Mr Dickson of late been the Scranton ticket agent if the D H C railroad Puzzling Tho Star is itself of i green over the conundrum why girls can draw so j v ji i looking country do they keep to sell here oh soothing Country I know sir I will inquire Store keeper you got any in syrup fi baby out here that wants some City boy has goio by the name of ing Syrup ever since to lie iu Port a few clays since wo were agreeably tit the fine which thinly as they do and still keep warm and relates the following startling We rode with a girl in an open out- tor fifteen miles on one of the col dest nights oi winter and while wo sat frozen as stiff as a stake our teeth chattering like she kept up an animated con- versation every now and then exclaiming Oh isn't this Don't you enjoy it When we arrived at our destination notwithstanding we were a great deal warmer than our fair com she had to lift us out of tho cutter bo ay and tho display of of a farm house On the return trip is Mr u liberal user of printers success is the natiral Mr C has long s and his aid frozen to death and sho drove the must bo that girls Eire tougher then we men Constituting of Com- K at the Delaware House Delaware of Knight lars No 44 this village was regularly con- and its officers duly installed afternoon The exercises were an interesting nature and were pleasing throughout At three o'clock tho Su Km numbering eighty-two formed ii procession at Masonic Hall arid by ho Erie Cornet Band marched several streets presenting iv fine appear anco in their with swords cha peaux After the march they to hall and at five o'clock the cere monies of constituting the Commander weic observed The ceremonies were con ducted by the Grand Officers of the State of York consisting of Sir Knights II Clay Preston Eight Eminent Grand Com mauder of Binghamton Robert E Recorder General 31 Grend Standard Bearer assisted C Paige E C of Malta J B Chaffer Past Commander Jno sen berry E C Great Bond Commandery G P1 C G of Hudson Com- and E Loomis E C of 1ST T Commandery The proceedings wer very interesting and at their close tho lowing officers of Delaware Commander r weio C B Gray E C J W Weed Gen A C G W K James S W J Kalbfus J W B H Treasurer L L Adams Ecc Aaron Standard Bearer H H S Sword Bearer C T Brunch Warden I E Bevans Davis A T Browr Guards J P Adams Sentinel At the conclusion of the ceremonies Delaware Commandery escorted the ing Sir Knights to the Delaware where a grand banquet was given in honor of tho event The tables wore r laden with good things to which the Knights did ample justice The tabl i wais brought in requisition and speechify ing olso introduced were mad by glut Knights Preston Paige Robertsor Gray Weed and othon much to the edification of those All things must hove an end and so ii 1 tho banquet On the whole the day wus i one m the of Commandery 44 audl a pleasant ami affair throughout stry of love Hci then spoke of our religious mercies gracious helps and privileges The harch o God on earth is composed of the best men and women and the bolst and the highest aspirations We tho very lowest type of is above the of in- dolity is being and dny an infidel Who does not 1 ny hold c f set forth in the Bible The i hurch is a great and tends to mankind He spoke of the church as becoming in- united and and that wure growing less sectarian the church was losing its power It has been sa id that Proti i is a failure which tho speaker refuted The hope of America and success of Protestantism demands that tho Bible bo placed in tho hands of every man al blessings is a theme to be of this nation as a wonder to all nations that it had alike been thrust at and feared and still livos on The of the vreto laid in and virtue The act of tho landing at P Eock was to Bible and pra y Our government was made by and for t le people It was not formed by any ial foretaste or act but was fashioned us the necessities of the ple The Declaration of a declaration of the rights of the American He then referred to the conflict through which had passed and that hqd the storm there was no w un open field for all who de- siro i o and save land Wai is one of the measures used to purge tho land and never had thorn been greater results than that derived from the on through we had so lately emerged He spoke of the fears of borne that country would be overrun by foreigners but ho said let them and be and will be as a sun among the stars It is important that we cultivate the gift of Alj should unite in tho true spirit of He said it wna true the ra are great corruptions in our the ca is a to ia the Bible whicih opens this way to anil reii our home Franklin Locals The New Jersey Ha aid rotes certain local matters in tho village of Franklin as fol The work on tho Sussex KB is rapidly pushed to a completion undo th i supervision of Messrs Smith Towell ami The grading is finished to terminus of tho road stone for the abutments of the bridge will be com a week Tho whole will probably be completed by the first of The Company are putting up a engine house near Franklin to accom dale their this winter and we be lieve propose to erect one of brick as as i depot next Spring The Franklin Co also have in view i brick store and blast furnace i eventually gife to a larg number of men The embryo town is des ere long to vie with Scranton in Ms iron works find mineral wealth Buildings arc going up rapidly and tho only ment to the increase of thoi town seems t be the of lots whereon to build j L coull and lumber yard is now in operatio i the management of J both will eventually Singular Suit and singular railroad trif 1 oai DO to a conclusion in the Circuit Com c at Albany last week It was the Jo itn H Wells against the an 1 Saratoga Railroad Company It at the trial that was standing at a of the Company Eai Troy in traia ca lie along which did not stop The gage m MI on the cars was in the i If throwing us the train passed a larj e ol parties there i On ome sica struck Mr WeHs ci the leg him down alld injured h I sp mo so that he was maimed for life Oi e of i Ids legi contracted so it becane several inches tbo other and hi whole nervous system wpa I thin injury he prosecuted the d at ths end the jury gava hi a The case was by able on Thanksgiving Nuptials at Fort Jervis Tlie fashionable wedding alluded to in the last of the came off on Thanksgiving Day at the reside ace of the bride's father The happy pa Blandina E Johnson daughter of Mr A T Johnson of this and Mr B P Dunning of N Y The weather was propitious all tho invited guests wore in prompt attendance Every facs wore a joyous smile standing tho under tone of sadness thai the circle which was so soon to Iw bereft of its bright star The marriage service was performed in impressive manner by Eev A- P d and the knot securely tied for better or worse The bride was attired in a very rich changeable silk with appropriate oru a ments and the bridesmaids were ly dressed in tasteful Tho congratulations followed in succession by now made relatives aid among whom we noticed the the bride who is in year und tho oldest resident oi the valley We were soon invited tp the nt table where the eye beheld a feast for Iho palate the variety of which exceeded the appetites Great credit is awarded to I lie successful caf press aliro to those who w re o generous in distributions of he ood things The company were by pleasing solos expressively dered by the distinguished guests from New York musical ability is well known in your town The bridal gifts attracted considerable attention These were very handsome valuable and various in style dike basl ets oi unique form statuary many pieces or elegant silver a beatiful wax cross an elaborate shawl pin of solid gold and Very many more of value too numerous to tion Tho occasion was a very pleasant Every thing was done decently and in affording delight to all present The bridal party left for further festivities on the 2 o'clock train for wish them much happiness and 110 return of wedding day OF TIIE printers were duly remembered EDS Affray near Goshen The Daily Telegraph nays On Saturday we stated that an assault had been ted upon John Minchin at near Goshen We have since learned that Mr Minchin was not as seriously injured as at first supposed and that he received his injuries at the hands of a Mr Masters a tenant upon the premises of Mr the difficulty arising out of an old dispute Mr Masters was considerably und there seems to have been a set-to between them Mr Masters finally getting the ad- vantage of Mr Minchin and throwing Mm upon the ground and while down pun ing him with his fist Minchin calling for help There are two as to the difficulty both parties having pwn version Mr Minchin states that the first he was aware of danger he Was assaulted ivom be- hind with a club or some other dangerous weapon and remembers nothing more as he became unconscious Mr Masters they had a fight by mutual agreement Und that he got the best ol Minchin Serious Accident On Thanksgiving while Jig upon a horizontal bar in the carriage of Dr Hunt on Charley son ol D II Couklin Esq of this missed calculation in performing some feat tell upon his hands breaking both arms about midway between the wrist and elbow He was taken lo n house near by his in- juries were attended tp by Dre Van Etten and Hunt Although very painful ho tore the operation Jiko a hero He at tho house of his parents and is v ell The Second M B church of Pa be dedicated to tho of God on Nov 24 1369 by William Bixby Presiding Elder of Son ices at 2 o'clock in the anct 7 o'clock in the evening The subject of the next in the series ior evening in the Lecture Room will bo Moses and Aaron before Pharaoh or ind and its 5 Scats free Mr William H Eogers ind chemist of a no an- ber of American Pharmaceutical A I at its late noting in Chicago IN SPA PERI
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