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   Angelica Reporter (Newspaper) - February 8, 1866, Angelica, New York                                 B IJ S IJ^E SS-e AtH B Si  AJiSEL^ OKEElfr  ^TmRiiErS& COUNSELLORS AT LAW  Angelica, Allegany Co.^ N. Y, Will atteaS to all basiiiea eotrosted to thel •li»rge, with promptneea aad diepatch. r J. 8. aBEEN.] [w. ANOEL.  Offlce—Coraer of Main and Center Street!  J. H. Eggleston.  Watcb Maker and Je^yeler,and dealer la all kinds of Clocks, Watohea, and Jewelry Repairing done' on short notice and rear i»s«i'ole terms. Aogoiioa.Peb. 15, 1864. lS85tf  AHGELICA INSUEANE OFFICE  Arctic Insurance Co.  CAPITAL ^ - - - - $500,000 JiSáETS - - - - - $650.000 R. LLOYD, Agents Aag.elica, April 1, 18C5. 1444  <85!»  Dr. C, P Carver.  DÇNTIST  3>rotal roomiovet' t^i« «tòni of 8. K. Bennett & Co., 1» SmithJB»\l«' BloviV. Angelica. ¡SSf 1 havo no ptttner. ' 13*3;tf  —--------^^OBTON, ^  Frtendsh.^  ^SUCA BEiOJij^  ESTABLÍsmíg^  ............- - .....  Wanted*  dhrv/% A MONTH r—AGENTS wanted for»ia<n-articles., jnst out. Address O. T. ^^ OAltEY, City Building, Blddeiord, Maine,, J«nlO'C8. Ir.  A-geiits "Wanted.  To Sell Prize Certtflc«*te9  F>R GOLD and SttVER W-ATCHES, Ladies  Jewelry, DiamondlllnijB, Pins, Sc., oalySSca'fch, ror any articlo drawn. KciaU Mfo from to $J50. All goods warranted genuine. Pr^ce of CcrUflcates 45 cents eacli. Liberal Premium« an«! Commisaion oUowcd to Agents.' Samplo certificates Bent free. For Circulars and Ttrms address, ^  Mcss'-s. HAiWARD &€0.. Jan3'60-3m. 220 Broadway, New York.  (ffj-l ffAA ^ER YEAR!—Wo want agents fp 1,everywhere to eeU öür iMrnovED S20 "^Sewing MachluM; Thrco now kinda. Under and upper feed. 'Warranted Ävo-yeata.-- Ahovo ealaix.or. largB commiratons paid. TIio onlt machines sold In tJniicI BTsttoa for TcBrttrasrf'«S=w4»tch-oro/K!{jrifcinf«I bjf Iloive, Whfdcr <£ IKtisoji, tVoi'er cC Baker, Singer cC Co., and Bachehler. All other cheap machines are infiingmtenl and tho seller ot wer arc liahle to arrest, fine, ami xmprisMment. Cireulsra /;v<. Address, ör caU upon Shaw & Clarlt, Biddeford, ^faine, or at No. 823 Broadway, New YorJi; No. 23G Carter St., Philadelphia,-Pa.; No. U Lombard's Block, Chicago, III.; No. 170 WcBt I'ourlh St., Cintinnati, O.; or No. 8 Spaulding's Exchange, BufTalo, N. Y. JanlO'GC-ly.  Cf  B  OUNTIES,and Buck Pay, procuced by the eubscriber.  R. LLOYD, Claim Agent. Aogfellca.N. Y.JSGl. 140Uf  __ p. M. PISH. ■  Bucti!m¥a --on Goraer of Main and Olean •treet, opposite'llathbun's Hotel, where uU kinds oi Uiacksmitbiug will bo done on the •hortc&t notice, and most reaaomible-teraiH— »nd Horae and Oz Shoeing in a superior manner.  : also, Manufactarer of Carriages, Bag-  £Ic8, Wagons, and repairing done on lOrt notice—one doer sonth oi the Black-smith Shop, on Oban street.  Angelicaj N. Y. 1383tf  M M Ml M a W&  Waianted buimiT'», Also Pocket and Bcu  geuevaUy. Descriptlrj,^ ■ ^ „oj^-y jj y.  cation. E. llLMINGiv • Manufacturer's of Muskets, Eifle Barrels, cet.  BAXTER'S  Insíiütíe öf  FRÏBNBSMm N. Y. 1 ST AB L î S Ü E D I N 1853  8t«d«uta graduated in vucai aud nstruaiental mu-Ci«, and musical composition.  JAMES BAXTEU, principal aud Pruprietor. , ^^ar"S«ndí(>r a«ireJüar 1400 :tf  HORNELLSVILLE AGENCY. JBtna Insurance Company,  liARTWRI), 00XM:CT1CUT Incorporaled 18$2,250,000.  HARTFORD LXSUIIANCE COMPANY Hartford, Conuecticut. lircoRroRATCD 1810—OAI HAI. ,000,000.  fHCEXlJC INSURANCE COSfPAS T, Hartford Conuecticut. lirCOKPOUATED 1845—CAl'lTAi. $600-000.  CITY FIR E INS URA NCE COMBAU Y, Capital $250,000.  PIKENIX INSUUANGh CO., ' New York City. CAPITAI, $1,000,000.  NORTH AMERICAN INSURANCE €0., Hacttord, Connecticut—Capitol §300,000.  METRIPOLITAN IXSL'RANCE CO. New York (^ity. Capitai,-1,000.000. Insurance can be effected with ti:o sub-•cilber in the above old eatablished Stock j</Pinpanie8.on Dwellings, Stores, Chnjches^ Factories,ÌPersonal Property, &c., '¿irierinB ••favorable as other reeponEible i asti tutions. A'ly communications addressed to him at llinnellsville will meet «vith prom))t attention, J. C. MILLER, Agen». March 8.180."}—pdly  and navy  BY THE GOVERNMENT.  • >r to aííy other iPiatol of the" kind. ;^tevolvcra. Sold by the Trade ~ i^ú-culara fUmlsiied on appli-  Oarbiaea, Revolvera,  PACIFIC HC&T^L,  170. ira, «fc iro '  qreenwich street,  (Oitu sgUABC WEST OF ilKOADWAV.)  Between'I'ourtlnnclt Streets, Bicw York.  THE WAYS4)F CbTOmf.'  ^ nrfenîîiAN'.— —  Och I Biddy, wiiï yo havo mo  Tô"t)iyô«ï'rîg ni rajrley tliry to plazoyo, Aud I tiuly thinli ï can, • Wo'll talco ó nicc new celiar, , And liavc a candy shop; Kow inind if yonwon't havo mo, ni ax young Judy Stiïip l  TASKEB.  Tamation 1 - Don' 11 love yo I  Oh I say you'H be my wife; ^ On pnnkin pie ni food y e, And love yc aU iny Ufo. ""YôuFcEêëETaro îîEê~pnmrosc3,  Your haïr just lîko a îàt; ---------  I fiwow, if you vfon'tbavoxno, ni bum my yaller hat l  puTcn.  Oh ! Gretchen, franlien, ì)9%ilno, frow,  Coma live along mit me; My hcart brcaks like von Uttlo BOW  A sliding down a trca, Mit pretzel aud mit sourkront, And saunages so fino, — We'U iire likcmico in adìshclout ----Mit-lager bocr-an4-wino4----------------------  SAlLOn,  Come heave, aUcad, my bonny girl, And let us gel a splicc;  We'll steer our course to Parson Wirl, "Who'll join US in a trice.  And youBhnll be my little craft, And I will mind my boat;  So on a little Glippcr-tihip We'll set our Hvcs afloat I  E.NaLi»n.  Hi 'opes Miss Heinma 'osmy 'eart. Ha 'appy covo là'd be,  Hif ball my boats and Ijittcr baie, t^ould turn 'cr love to me.  Then 'ere Miss Hcmma, hon my knc«s, Ili ba.sk you to bc mine;  Dou't turn luiway thosc bcagor heyes, But bc my Talentine !  .mìOOUii  JOHN PAITEN, Jr., Proprietor.  The pacific IIOTET,. is weU ¿jSd widely known to tho traveling public. Jlic location is especially suìtàblo to merchants and biiHincss ine» ; it is in close proximity to the business part of the City—is on the highway of Sóutheni and Western travel—and adjacent to all tho i>riucipal Kailroad and Steamboat depots. ,  ilio Pacific has liberal aceommodation for over 300 guests ; it is well i'limished, and posBesses i-vei-j-modern iinprovemeut for the comfort and entertainment of it.s Inmates. V'ho rooms aro spacious and well ventilated ; provided with gas and water ; the Tittcndaiiei- in prouipt- ainl reKiHH'tful ;- ^wid- tlut. table is generoiiHly jirovided witii every deli<ai y of Die season, ihc- sul)soi-il>er, who. Tor the jiast' few years, has been the let<,iee. in now sole pniiprle'.or, and intend» to identify himticlf thoroughly with the interests of his house. With long experience as a hotel-keeper, he trui^s, by moderalo eharKcs and a liberal policv. to maintain the favorable roput-atinn of the Parine Hotel. JOUN PA77 ENJr.  Oct. 18.  [From the Y.ork S"Ûaday Times]  m FamUy Setóg Machine.  BY JENNIE JCN1?.  'n in.  «Icrstand the value of tin? Si'"*'^-  Tcatimonial letters from ladies »««J houseke^ra alt^ovcr tlm cpttntry, speak unitedly of the beauty antJ Buperior elasticity of the stitch. One lady says, it is tho only machine that can "quilt;" another, that it is tho only one '"fit ^ .hoy's Itrow^ejs thir3, ihat ?he is pdHicutari^ delighted with the way in wliich it makes "v/ool-en drawers aud flannel j^aripents." ,  The GroYer_ & Baker .1 stitch is the only ono that cau be pvoperly used upon bias scnras, and is therefore adapted to an immense ,variety -of garraenis containing such seams, and also such seams which aro subjected to mtich stvetchincr and wear. In ad-  ditiou to tho . fr jt lhat no rewinding an^ no fastonin,;? i'cquircd, a great deal of iim^ and temiior is saved to the operator, by the Bimplicity, and regularity, and ease of tne various movements, the adjustment without of tension to ditlerent kirjds of work, aiid the method by which it is thrown from the machine, without delay or embar rassment, and. also in such ways as 4o-cnabla tiie operator to^~ maintain pleasant and graceful jwsitiQn.  Pel" dress-makers, the GrOver Baker is the only one that: will accomplish eatiijfuctorily, and witli an immense saving of time, all tho plain setving, stitching, aud quilting, which they have to aocoinplish.  For the heads of fauiilies it is equally valuable. Ji wiH do evdrything. It is simple, roliable.porfcct in its operation, easy to be understood, not easy to get out of order, and gives such thorough satinfaction, as to leave 110 room for coiuplaint  AFPAmnO* CAIA^Y!  Pl^astroui, li'lrs Sii S>itn!ili::u I  rotu ui:.N iT.uisiiiKi> is a bumxísü uotei,.  On TuiB(kiy niKht ot this week, .ibout 12:45 o'clock, afii'u broke oiit iu the lUtilvoad Hotol, kept by John G. Held, on Third street nearly opposite the l'2asi;uvn llotcl, which iihnoKt iu-Bbuitly cuvolopod whole building ; and those contiguous being all wooden btriictures, the ilames s]irciid with kucIi rai)idl(y that the  greai û"'  Co Ceuts Save D&llai-s  Hfükma.v'b CovOJíxTiiiiTKD Bkhíisr rrmovo« Painr, Groase epo-s, &e. iintniitly, atid elcaiis Silin, Kihbtiii«, <}lo»e», &c., equal lú ne«f. Only '¿5 cents per buttle. Sold by Üruggut«. Ueukman & Co..  C'hemlst« and OrugisihtajN. Y.  TUe Great CaiiSiì  Of  UtJmm MISERY  Jusi luhlidied in a sealtd envelope. Price a x cts.  A Led uro on Hie Nature, I'reatment, and Kadical Cure iif Seminal WeakueaB, or Bperniatorrlitea, induced bi 8elf-«bu-e ; Invo, uiiisry Emissions, Impoteiiej, Ner-VOO.S nubility, atid iaipedimint» to Marriages Kciierally, Ci>n«uiiil.tion, Ei>ilep«v, aixi Kì'h; Montai and PhysienI incapadity, fitc. KOB'T J. CULVEttWKl.L, M.. D., aatoor of the,'•Green Book" &c.  Tbe Worlit-rciiowned auihor, in this admirable Lecture, clearly provef, from his oilfu experieiu e, that tbe awful con/eiiueiice of m U'-Abuoe may ba i-iTectually re moved wahuut mediciue, aud nitbout dangir-mi sur gleal oper»tlon«, bongten, iu)>tiumcuts, tingit orcoriliaU pointlDg <mt a modo of eure »t once certain «nd tfTeet-ual, by wbieU every suffeier, no matter wlut bi< condition niav bc, mav cure himself cheapij, privately, and radlcali'v. ttg»^ This lectura will provo a boon to tbousaiids anil llious.tndj. Bent nuJer »eal, to any address, in a plaiu seiilcd enrelope, on recclpt of sL\ cents, or two postaue stamp«, by odirersirii:  CHA-8J. C. KUNE&CO .  120 Bowery, New York, PuitolUc.o Box.4:>86.  L.ip», < liiiBlaucSi. &.C.  Ueobuan & Co'a Oami-uob Ice witu Oltokuixk cures ehadpcd bauds, &e., immedla ely, and will keep the ikin BOitt an<l smooth In the coidcst weather. Sold by druggiKts. Price 25 ceuts.' Sent by mail for cts. 3mH79. lliiOKiaAN & Co-  Chemists aud Uruggiats, N: Y.  Halt's VesetaUle S&tiiliait Hair  lt«;ne\vei' has proved itself to be the most perf«^t preparation for the hair, ever offered to tho public.  It is a vegetable compound, aiyl coBtains no injurious properties whatever.  It will redore gray hair to its original  FURNITUIiE!!  rr is all a ipistake that people were led to believe.thatthere was no more  ' ' IN'  ANGELICA;  You can find as much, if not more, than you ever could before'!  eOOK & FORSITTH,  Are now prepared to Manulacture - -Osbin"etrWare,"in aliits-Branches, and to sell at  v«¥HOL.ESAI^E AND RETAIL.  also keep constantly on hand  Looking Glasses,  OVAL PICTOUE FRAMES & MOLDINGS, Which they can Wpply to their cus-tQiners at as low prices as can be got At any other establishment.  We invite the people of Angelica And vicinity, to give us a call, and see or themselves, before purchasing elsewhere.  ^ P, S.-~The trade can be supplied »withjChairs" Be^steails, and €abinet Ware, in the white oi* finished, ,on liberal terms.  G.W. COOK, E.A.FORSYTH,  Midn Street, one door west of the IMhbum Potel.  im / Angelica, N. Y.  Amos R. Smith,  f^ Caneadea, would respectfully annoMce.. —relatives of deceai«4.«oU; dleirr, that he is a legally authorized Agent ¡at Allegiuiy adjoinmg Coantie8,to pro-ear» Bounties of Deceased Sohlicrii. Alio ^ Nr (be collection of Hack Pay And PcMloab -- Dated, Canej|dea, March 29,18(55.. - - - -  LEVATED OVEjTsiWliS—Si* yur Uteof cut off, and pipe toi>.^a«t  A. LOCKHAfiT 4, CO'ij ^  color.  It will keep the hair from falliag out ■ It cleans the scalp and makes the hair soft, 'luBtrous and silken.  It is a splendid hair dressing. No person, old cr young, should fail to -use^it^  It is recommended and used by the first Medicalauthoniies.  Aek for Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair Renewer, and take no othar.  It. P. fiALL &C0., Nashua, N. H., Proprietors For sale by all druggists. Cml4ao.  qu:  throiighuui the East North aud South, of thriving country.  Eveiywhcie iu the interior domestic iissiHtance of any kiiul is so dillicult to be obtained, tliat it is scarccly lotvkeU  relies utxm her uwu t .vertions, not only to keep her house in order, - her lavder well supplied with the essential lu.xuries of home-made bread, cake and pies, but her own, the children's and freqiicntlyJici» husband's wardrobe furnished With all the useful, if not the ornamental, articles of dress.  This necessity provided an immense amount of work for one pair of hands to perform—the female head of tlie house, the haid-taskeJ wife and mother, found not a inoinent for relaxation. The drudgery of,the kitchen was succeeded by that of the work-basket, whose pile of shirts and small gar-ineiits seemed never to decrease. Not a moment of time could be afibrded for the gratification of any simple fancy, even in ornamental ncedlewo/k, all, to the last moment, and far into Saturday night, was exhausted in the necessities of tho plainest work upon little aprons, frocks, and drawers, and the inevitable weekly collection of family inending.  la a large number of these households, the case is now widely diflerent; the Sewing Machine, generally the G rover & Baker, occupies an honored pliicc ■ nrihTr~i'aTOtly-srttm accomplishes mpre and better than the most skillful seamstress. It is in a sense, winch only those can appreciate who have known what it is to sew all the household garments by hand, the family Irieud. It i« looked upon with eyes of real aflcction.  The interior of a country house? at this season of the year, is as pleasant as can be imagined; and it is made so, in gn;itt. degree, by the presence of  Thd Great ÂàUma Coowîidtôoa.  Olí tiio ÍOth iñst., in tho city ói jPWÎ-adciphia, S» agreement was cnicrûti into between thó Atlantic and Great Western; the PhîladeîpUia and Reading, the Eswt Pennsylvania, tho West, enf^tralñmd the l^wisbtii^-and Spruce Creek Railroacl OdlnpatiiCl^t for the baildîii^ of , a ïodo of naiform gauge, ihrongh the entire State commencing at the New Jersey lino , near Easton, ani running in a westernly direction to Franklin, Yenahgp Co., and from thence to Dayton, Ohio, In this airangeraent the Atlantic and GreatWeatern Co., a to lajr a traist^fTOifüim gauge uflbè-fitni^ roadr^hîch îs 4 4'eet «| -Inches, frow Ifranklin, Pa., Ío Dayton Ohio, before the first aw of Nowmbcfv IWIK The ; Western Cfentral Company agi«« to hare their road çom^eteâ, at tfe samo time. The charter lor this road has been in existence for some years,^ and authorizes the construction of a toad from tlio Alleghany river ' at or near Franklin, tó thé point oflconnection  with the' liewisburg and Spruc^HDre^ road in Centre Co. The vcharter for the latter road has been in existence also for several years, but up to this time no work but locating" has been done upon it. This company also agree to have tho track laid upon their road by Ist, »60. Their  road commences at the connection with the Western Central in Centre County and runs to the Catawisaa ;l{:ail* road iu Northumbcilaird Coi The Phil' adelphia snd Reading Company agree to build a road from some" point oa their main line near JHarrisbnrg oi-Port Clijitim_tQJk point iit-or uear.^^ ton on tho East Pennylvania road wiLhitt two years and fli* niont|iS : from the date of the agreement. The East Pennsylvania Co., agree to commence the construction of the eztensioii of their road from Allentawn to the Del-aware river,, and complete tho same within two and a half years from the date of tho agreement. Each company id bound to commence tlteir portion of Uie work witliin six month from the lOlh inst. The East Pcnosylvauia road is to connect with the MotVis aud Essex road of New Jersey by bridge ovi^r Iho Delaware rivor^ which is to be built and maintained in repair at tho expense of the East PennylvaDia and Atlantic and -Great Weatcrn Com-pan.Ts.  The objvJ^t agreement, which, liy linking toge;J>er iu the strongest' bonds pos-sibloat three of "the  most powerful railroad cor.'iorationa of  Oonsumptlon, Rheumatism, Scrofula &G.  nBOESfATT &Co'is GE.iiCT»»MKWCI.V*L Goß LlVKB OH_ bas proved, by twenty yeArs experience, the most valuable remedy in use, as while it i-urr» the disease, it gives »trenRth and fle8h to tho patient. Warranted pure Rod m^de from Fre&h Livtn. Bold by Oruirüist» ijenerally.  HEGEMAN & C<», Chemists and Druggibts, New York.  DR. aTREOKLAND'S  MELLU'XUOUS  Cough Balsam  Is warranted to J)o tbe only prepa-rfttidn Inown to euro congSiB;"colds, fioaisencsr, osth^ ma, whooping cough, chronic cougha, consumption, bronchitis and croup. Beinit' prei>ared from Iioney and herbs it is healing, soitenine. and expectorating, and pa^cularly suitable for aU affections of tho  where.' '' "" ^. a^.t. ■  DRSfRICKUND'S  Pile Bemedy  _____ Hm cured thouaaudi of tho wr>nt of blisS iiU».' Ii «ive* immédiat« relief, and effecta»p«nnMMnt,c8re. TrritdirecUy.. Uirtwart ranted to con. For ial« by «11 Droggiau at $0 centa pefbottto.  BOCñM'  TmHit  i ftitriPiiiL -  I ns. SXaiCKLAND'S 1« a  I «MM!<*tn*ed inepmtioeofifioM^ turn, wMk  |ttve* tO(rtnii«th«u üw MM^ nwToiwairata«. It  ' rttiwHiia, MOTOMÌytàWtteiit ^ ^ - J,. dikMM^Sitetow^ ttdt akMlwkle. IhaMÉM« iMtftid^  iW'iál»  the Sewing Machine. An hours work in the afternoon, upon a bright, rapid, wonder-working Grover & liaker, will accomplish more than could Ue done by a weaiy hand working _ almost into niidiiiglit. It will- nixt only fimsk the dozen shirts in ^'less than no time," but it will tuck drawers and chemises, ruffle nightgowns,Htitch trowsers, quilt linings and coverlids, and all this, and much more, with such strength,beauty, and precision, as would throw the neatest band work into the shade.  A Sewing Machine needs only to be piirchasedjonce iuAllfetime, it is th fore of the greatest importance to get the best; tlie one which, all things considered, is most perfectly adapted to meet the requirements.  This we sincerely believe, aud the opinion is corroborated by the highest authorities in the community, is the Grover & Baker Machine, making the celebrated "Grover Baker" stitch, the only stitch as far as we know, siifficiently elastic, to bo adapted to aft kinds of family sewing.  ¿ Baker Machines, are strength beauty, elasticity, and versatility, or ad-daption to any kind of work. It compasses the whole range of family sewing completely, and without any vexatious delays in rewinding fastening, and finishing, which are common to other machines, and whioft occupy so much time, and waste so much material, __Jt makes abeautifol smooth, elastic seam upon cloth and cambric, which give» when it' is waslied or stretched without breaking, and in which every stitch Is so firmly tocL^d, tiiat the scam caii l^e cut oil' betvreen 'every half dozen stitchcs. without im its sifength.,  ¿d, failed to make thti.- t-'X- «Jo hotel, and tins charred, hmblcs,.' tiL'.iks of thel.' '»odies, nearly deprived of every -  ¡n„-^iL'ùty, were raiied from tlie embc»;:« thi^  moriiin.v , , ,  Fronian of the circumstances  by an inqiK'st hoi'u' by r^ionor Norman, it up-1.0.118 that tlic hotel con¿.n»" ' ' ''""»y  liiauv) of boardcr.s ami ; tiijV ha<l all retired to U-.iby i J,list 12 u'dwk ; soou ______ ___________  after, Mr. 11. wiis eiille.l up by a boy. by l.:"' «Vio StTti' VH ^Ìati^^^^^ name of John BcìIjIc, who%yLsh.,d to procurò t» I ftaieU lU tUe lo.iOWiUfc  wiuplo of }):tiln, RiyHira liiiit a barro! of lieroseno oil iiad fi'.lleu iroin a paiyiii? train ami bunst in front of t.'ie hoime. uud he wwlieil to tjave some of it ; tljit, a.s re iiut eu.'-ily tu bc found  a w^.-htnb war. UiU:d in bteiul, uik! Ijii.ng partially lilled with the oil, wan ni; rled into the liouse at tlie front door, uud that Koine one altio rolled the Itakiug barrel into tlie siiuje door, cuvry-iiig a lijiljt in also ; tirnt a iiioiucut later a cry oi "Filo" \.;ui rained, aiul the barrel and the lioorwcro icb-taatly" covered v.itlia aheet oi llumc.  It does not appear that Uame must neces.s;uily attach to any one for default of rou.sing tbe Bleeping occupants of the hotel, the swift progress of tho lire allowing lew of them time to drom-.,  Wendal Held, brother of the proprietor of the hotel iiad arrived from Collins, F-vie county on Monday evening, acconipanietl by a friend by tho name of Lej'bb, fronvtiie same town-The two occupied' the one l>od, in the second story, at the rear. A man by the name of John G. Meyer und Lftuiis Tragcrt, botli of Dunkirk, occupi«! a room ou the rame !lot)r, central part of the biiihling ; uud Solomon Tibbettii, of Otsego county, but for llic la.st seven months has Avorkcd at the cooper's trmie ill Dmikirit;. occuinctl Kcuwato roauw in the front cliainber.  Mr Tibbets sjived iiimself by jumjiing from his window, but roeeived a severe cut in his wrist, uud was obliged to ciicape in such haste 4Ì5»tli«-;eauld not iiOGa!:c--Jiothing.-butiiis..pMi-^ taloons and coat, and fcit his wallet containing fifty dollara, (a^ the moaòy he with him,) under his pillow. Mr. James siiys ho did not hear tlic cry of Fire," but Witó awakened by a tumultuous roaring. Tercoiving at once that the building wiui on fire, lie opened the door of his room to flee through the uliall and- down ^hu Btoirs. Such volumes of smoke met him at the thrcs hold as to drivu him back into his room and nearly fell him to tho llooi. Stuzing a quii from the bed, and wrapping it around him, he agiun cs.sayed to run the fi'cry gauntlet, but was itgain driven ba<-k, nearly suffticated and lioiTibly burned. Then hcilropped upon the floor thuiking he would «lie tlicre ; but, tortured by the lire, lie tried Btill once more to pass through tho burning hall, und again, as before, was driven back into his room. Then again ho fell upon the iloor in de^.-dr. _ By this time the devouring flames were all aroundhim, and ilarting tlieir red tongues-out-of his window. Frenzied with pain, he struggled to his fec^^t, stiggcrwl to the window, und took the  p;iraó''iaph, which we extract from, the agrecijeiii;  And whereat "i^fi said severul rail load companies ab;»ve mentioned have agreed with each oli'er severally to receive and transport uvCf their respective railro.'ids witl» |)jroni;»knes8 and tleapatch^ll such freighti and paa5-engeraas muy bo delivered by any other of said companies at any pólíit of connection; and further, to manage and direct their several liues in such a manner as at all times to insure the prompt transmission of all through iVeight uud passengers, and to avoid any lumecessary detention to either at any-other point of conhectiott o^^^^^ lion—the object and intent being that the said several railroads shall be so worked, managed and diiectcd by the respective corporations owning or controlling Uie same aa to form one great through jqut fniiir^^t^^^^ Clevelantl, Oinchinati and Dayton, and all other points to or with which the said Atlantic and Great Western Railway Co., may have access or counec-tioh~£5~{no "Cil^ór^ the Philadelphia and Reading Railroad and its tributaries, and a lino to Now York vii^he said Philadelphia and iieading^ailroad, Eas't Pennsylvania Railroad and the Morris aud Essex Railroad; " ^  Another paragraph of the agree^ ment states that its object is to furnish, as far as practicable, equal facilities for freight and passengers to and from -I^Hladelplrtft-and New York, cast and  West, and they further agree that whenever the citizens of Philadelphia, and the citkenaofJPennsylvania, shall together provide and furnish ono4ialf the sum of money nwjcisa^  Henry Ward BMcher on TonpniB«-  -••i-.'.----...... ....."-L ' • . ; . I .. - ■ - ■  I do notrbelieve men drink if in« be^^ caasic they l^ve it. Neither do I say they cannot iearn tolove^t;for any one who coold learn to love tobacco, I should supposf could leam to love any-thúíig .nndet Heave?. . But it is not a natural taste. Tlwre áii? somewiue«,' it- is true, generally knovru as "«■£>• men's Vines," that have a very ap ee»-bio fiüvpr r tliese are merely tlie pine wood test is nsed to build the hickory fire of vrWeKy- '^»«y aw introductions to síron^^^r drinks. Indeed, there is ño safety sare in total abstinence from intoxicating ifquors,  it trill not be quelled by vhat satisfied it atillrst, but must be gratified by ioméüting tUroDger until it ends Su tO' tat destruction.  The next question Is that concemfnir be^r. I do not know its qualities, and do not remember to have tasted it in mvlife. J am not prepared to say iraether it will or will not intoxicate/ but bf this lam sure. wiAout it a min is perfectly sure of his coiiiditioiL I judge merely by the odor of the breath of those-people who do drink it and have the opportunity to judge often enbiigh. When I come near a person who has been rdrinking largely of beer it reminds me of the time when I wasa boy doing chores, and suggests the swill I used to feed to the pigs. It smells like swill I know also oMittle of the' beer drinking on this continent, bat have fees the extent to which it is carried in foreign country. In England Iwas aTOflzed; but when I went into the charity-schools there and saw that the day ration, consisted of a piece of cheese, a bit of bread and a pot of beer, horrified.* In Bavaria, I went into tlie rooms of tho beer drinkers, and saw them under their low ceilings, every man with a mcerschatitn inhis mouth, 20 or 30 of them huddled about tables, plunged six days deep in smoke, and drinking as if upon a wager. I have been told—-I do not know whether I had better risk my reputation upon this statement—I have been told that florae persons there drink from two to four gallons of beer in a day. You might ask me many questions now that I could nut unswer : but can this be healthy? I am convinced it dckjs not inqreuse the health, and although it makes people fatter, it also make them more stupid.  If the people may notdrink wino and beer, and you ask what may they drink, r ré^, fnílk^wat^l~TB^Wlíoí-fectly safe. I look around me often and see man who never drank anything else, and find them ruddy and health« Atll and when I take típ a glass of puré, sparkling water, There w no health in other drinks ;but iu it there is health, good example and safety. One word now in regard to the Maine Liquor Law. If there is anything in the world caiiable of demoitótration^^tT^s thi in^t crime-makers arc «riminalsr . Any busine.''s that makes crime is immoral, and if imnííJral we liave tlie.-right to repress it by lalf. We must Use the judgement of the en;3fineef, who determines in whatmanncraná at whattime the fort shall be assaulted j and when we can bring the seiise or society to  wo have th^ The time has come for a temperancc revival, The recent war has done a great deal of good for many who needed it; but it would be better for many who have been returned to us that they ■had recoiyed a Minnie ball in their breasts,, and died on the field of glory, than to have come back to the fate that I fear awaits them. The habit of drink iug, among the officers of thearmy, was a^vtol^and-itrtiamnnt bcF^ have been brought back which will work out disgrace and premature death to those who indulge them. I never meet the most humble bluecoat but I feel like honoring him; but when I see then^ reeling as I too often <4o, I am Compelled to a feeling of disgü«t It is hard to feel in this way toward those whom we should bo delighted to honor; and if we would p^pent it, ve müót go wt/f the ranks and save^nr frllnw-mea  IhmHnfUmCsmSttäif:  You may build houses and fill them with the memorials of yotii' Wealth and thc ovyieuces of your taste, but this cannot be compared to saving your fcU low from the* demon, of 4rink, Time  IVacircaTmendil^ wtty m  to the otflity of c»rft atalJu for cait}(/l food. Witbuiit any piñe}>«ratiun it fa well kti0WJi4bat any kind «TatM^-irilí-eat but little of the stalk, after slripp- ' ing off tbe leaves and lio^; By ciit^ tiüf^ it up Hñé áhd'iíitf vliiic to it, cattle and sb^p wHl cottsifme'V part. If meal or miTl-feedbe totxi^ with thtí cut stalks they' will eat , and if the whole be steamed, -«ufieiied, -I und cook«:d together, Ikuy willpcvtty. much clean otit tbe troughs. -  Chemical analysis show^. tut Uttjb assimilative sutNitáuce lu cocu wtidlM» t^4í»-pkh-k woirthloMr, and <he oMisiár' |a of Mfib « liaid,üaty aatui«, tlMl^' unl^ It^ cooked aud sufteiied,iti¿*. jures the month and atomad« of the au* imalr Tha natota! ÜMtíiuci 4)f atoiiaaLi causes them commonly iiS fm^^.  proper fbodf atid tliey seeut to I »tg^dJ ed by this iósttuct When thvy i^cliiiit: iwprenared «t^bi, l>ti«btletis iU t only tune wbeaatock sbooU Wiurce«^: to,eat theuij is _wheu tlwy. ha^B. lHíC^'^í steáíned and sófUnied and ticti wHad: with richer food l^t tljcu h pmf ' to incur this expeiuo, aud Mkmf? 11««% ' again men of cxj^ienoe difw widely iu their views. It is not proUublc that 7 stock would thrive well ou summed . corn stalks alone, mud where ttti^ 4te other rich, concentrated substaúceb; mixed witli them, their greatest teuefit is to.give the requisite amtiunt of ¿oÜ» -to the food.' If this to the cíüíc tiuuw« thing cheaper, cousidt;rátg apinuratiia and labor, should, be tti»i:d. Wc think' straw or Itay less c*pcitói*o.  In one light it is a guud practice to cut corn stalks. They aiij ilwu iu ¿«t»» ter shape U go iuto the liuanui'o heap-^ to fork over in the. spring, und W ml*-sorb the liquids with wUicit tUyumy^' come iu cuntact.. Thoir ligLi, iMtmm ^ structure makes them excélleut ; sorbent^ aud we almost .thuik it wouMr pay to increase their capauty aud ut^ ity inthis respect by eutting.-—iSand* New Yorker. , V  Winter lattMiae «fSlMf.  It has tx?ccntly hecuiue a practice witli many farmers to buy iuauiuMiu . ' coiisidurable flocks of sheep for the pop> pose of consuming tiieii* uauriter grain* aud forage—selling them iii the spriuir -or summer, after sheaiiug fot iuuttuu. ' . The profit of this course dependa to *' considerable extent ou tlie price paid - ' at first, and the condition iu WhîcU^  they-ttre~or^raay-be-out'"\vhifir atiñiss^---  ture. If brought to their yards i^ prime store condition, ii wiU lequir» " but a small amount uf grain, with  goodhay, to eusure a gwod product af wool and a fair markeuble cunditiuU after shearing. Souio feed largely <mi ' peas and pea straw, others depeud um ' oat and wheat strawj with a uiixu»« uf oats and corn; those who grow. jUeau*—: fiatile strair: of considerable valué, ^ while those who havu plejiiy of- good early cut clover hay need nu oiUer. " feed to keep their flocks iu as (food oyr der as they should be fur U'^MÜng;^ But to grow prime mutton, aud get^h»;;. ; best profit of wool beside, weUketho lamh at the ÏKîgiuning, aud keep it aU' waysiu thrifty growing cuudiUou ttii-. til three or four years, old, wheú ii wUl -,be a third or oue-haif heavier tlian uu-, der the usual treatment, aud wiU have produced a like iucrca^cd auuiuut wf wool, aud will now sell at duubiu t^ price of the others.  The making of mutton by wlutec feeding requires .shelïer;piôU;c;ûd fi^ui wiud aud storm, but dry aud w«tQ viam ". ' tilated; tionveuieut access to wàMX, and close atteuUou to the sup|4y uf  tiui^-wantsai^rdittg-totiiBnrap^^K^.......-  which ever vaiy with the we«Lher, A " change of food is oi'advauUge, and Wa'' ' ^ believe that root crops,will profitable when they overcome the prdudice heUl agaiasi Umhc «MUiua , and use, by many of our «utmyrwlmf farmers^ Bonite eiperietice ia uHto tmtm^ ■ siU^no one can beso weltacqu^iii«^;.: with (be cére of animals iu not Io ìmi» ¿ more every w<»ek he fesds iVirm sad g^jadgaaiwittn faayiaiir orsdttnis^lii^  alw trif  apivHcaqusUe to  an(^quip-ft^atiö{iaetoiy-line^of-8team^ JsvilLdestroy- alt-elsCf-lMi'  trk «.im a . nr,«.^ I'lttin- ltrf>fe#1 j. . i-t  fearful leap. Those who saw him, say it seemed impossible that a m¡m could have escaped alive from tlie midst of so much ftro. TciTÍbly burned and blackencd and badly bruised and mangled, he was [¡Jcked up and removed to Mr. Von Gunthen's jewelry store, across the street, where he was iiindly cared for, and it secms probable he may recover.  Thii noiiu^s. of Jthjjsü-_wW pa „_. , - -  building are Wendell Held, of Collins, Eñe thc^'^'^ay Of^^U  erstorun between the " port of Philadelphia and England, theu aud in sucli an event the said tho Atlamtio and Great Western Railway Company and. the Pliildelphia and Heading Uallroad Company will each fSrnish one-half  of the remaiñiüg Bum thereof.  'Ihft ftlTIY>/»mA-,it iu * t*M  The agreement is to'continue 99  county ; Mr. lyjybb, of the S-oiao place, John 0. aicycr, of Dunkirk i ivud Louis Tragert. idao of Dunkirk. , _ ° '  The losses by the fire, as nauly as may be at present ascertained, arc as follows :  John G, Held'B, lo3.H Ìn furniture and stores about SI ,000.  Kailroad Hotel, (ownership not given) about $1.000,  Peter lUdcr, Clotlics Repairer and Cleaner, Iosa liglit.  l/juis Froelich, Sahwn, loss about S'200.  Thomas Drady.lioot and hlioe store, loss not rci>ortc<l, coverei! by in.suranee.  about $25000 : insurctl for SI ,400.  "Louis ilatzinbuchci', household furniture about $100.  . Emil Keller, buildings and gioccncs, loss about $2,000.—Z>(iÌiA</-& .Jourtial.  i«6G.  That this is the great enterprise will bc carried Out in the hands jof such experienced and powerful companies as havadtakt^holdajf^ttherecan^^^^^b^ question, and that a branch road leading to Buffalo, which will traverso Mc-Kean county, cither, Via tho summit through Clearfield ánd Elk County, thence down Potatoe Creek to the Allegheny river, or via the West Branch of the Susquehaníía, Pine Creek and lííe" Áll'pñíeiiy nvm^^ reason to believe will be built. Sue cess to the enterprise, say we.—Mc Kean Miner.  Fatai. Accide.nt.—On Wednesday aftoranon of last tveek, Mr. Lyman J. Fisher, of Charlotte Center, while returning Irom Fredouia to hiB hame, Btoppcd otScotts' tovcrn, iu Shuiula, when his horse bccQaiing restive, started to run. ., lie jumped OB the )iiickp.irt 9f the caught  FaiB iJv KtLKuv.—The hquM oi Eno» Warren 14 miles south ofEIlery Centre, caugh fit« about •J a. lu., liibt ?ioadiiy and buriieil down. A part only of the Cotitfiits were saved Loss estimated at 82.000 ou which no iasarsipco "wM hxid. The  •the lines, but the whilUetreo becoming tictachci], tho elei was slewed over "the bauli, and he wa.s pTctlpitatcd bomc twenty Itct *don a the lank ncarliic crcek, aud 'was injured iutciaally bx> thath« died U.0 L>o.\l day. TiiC iccldeaS took placo »t tue dug just "bcj'ond tho tmcrii.— ' Chau(a*''uu Dcr,ioc'rut^' . ■  lifted up one Bout to God's prose^, wuen etaud upon tbe sunny plaiaa of the iifo to come it will be worth more to yon than all tho wealUi you vmay have accumulated.  Give the PjuNTens Fair Plat.—We have a piece of advice, says an ex iihangCr Avhich - wo-^isMo-fix-^^^ atid indelibly upon the publicjniDd,aud that is, to give tho printiirs fail- play. Bo not forget that it costs something -toJ'pufi*," a.s well as to advertise, and iiever sponge upon-a printer-iti any way whatever. It is the printer^s ink that makes nine-tenths of your fortunes: it takes money to buy ink, type and paper and yet, after all this, few are the thanks that tho printer gets. Give the printers iair play, and give up alt expectations ( i gi-atuit )U8 puffing, etc., ilii td me' diiw n viith' "a remr« The great American statesman, Daniel Webster, was right when he remarked, "Small is the sum required to patrouiauit a newspaper janiply »owarded its patron nomatt(!r how humble and unpreteud* ing the gazette he takes. It is next to iinjiossiWo to till .a sheet with printed matter without puttingintoitspmethiug; that is worth Uie subscription price."  Valuatiom or Pooa Wœiçscr<îa ^  f ffltitlist, through lOio^alg^!::  ingatory, «old kim ligr á IbrUMfrj^^^ ' It strongly lltustra^a the lelàtrW^S^s  ue which  and poor whttiM i** - •., > » « ^ r.;.-» V'««».^  man w;as of more la ÌIUì Sääü than a white mm** ' - « ■ ^ í-n'í»!®,»  exclaïù«d|8cfc man uo 'ctmnt darà ? dia tiigmm fifteen limidcMd. dattan» Wka üsmI « nothinif* ' " - ' . ' ' f-  "Why, theis Oif^, it waa ^üMá» beablàckiùaù'" *  è* v<>*  pipc.^—JanuûowH Joàanali  Oih AX SAL.V1UNCA.—Thé .ÏÎatt^Migus Kiys that an oil weil îm been B|ruck ut í»la-m34ita, wlúcU' proiuLn^. to I,o a paying oae. Thüoil of th« lubncjatln ; »lUality. Tho veía staick at tho v«' Z ^jO îcùt,. •.  ^.Vr TUB annual mcctinnof the äutt-, Woqlfiytwé  c^s«<^eoiat¡l>lvhçM Ht Sytacase ^an. loü». ÏUe «liiniou« elicited coacfiiuug the uro'aiwcli of wOflrjiVicea m-^y bo Mtniteed np m foilows:—  liti will be taltftah'dl wool until Motber clip; but ii»4t>-twccn this iitttl April and May, wòvl .sold at a better pnco than it now bring««, Hfid that ftiiy man Í»"aiSSifa¿ il*'gicatjy to «cil  V.'. ;>r«CBt î»ficc3»  'Lor* t»rcMM y-T, "îiiwtyt *tiutt'"t'MÌÉ' ' - < no value. ^Zk wàì^V^. '  It was fcmy ikN^, and PUtpéy  inghard étit^ mbm t^cìmàl^mtSLt coates along, aadasya, *iiii inrjiiiwil you leave Pompey âo«rià di*Èa ; dS wjfff sure cave in. Htroa BourwWliiWk  ere welliu plaoe of Paunit^« »W  sartiai èani; d«; «variriittf^  andMsssa.JIiJ^W^^  .sea, ï M, tka Mf  saved yòa  and they went in and«ad a dila|L"W^  kit the pMor wUte iu^ This was Ihck^t i^ r «¿¿Ä  It was a true oue, tW I have Muaa '  many iiisU^s ôt ^ëéÊèk  of planteni Vô^^^  AX.  taa Âlbtwy  ^-.«ial^^^otthaC^ìati^^rtTMièÉitlJ^Sii'xSWì . -Tlw ''tSdieâi^fir^itaM»^ —  ase ^^rinntiV ^ipisitsjj." • '  ' - ' i: 'í/'iiïiï^iî Iç   

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