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   Angelica Reporter (Newspaper) - April 4, 1866, Angelica, New York                                 rvMbtiaaD XVBIIV  Editors and Propriotors.  "a"'*-  «Amu««-«» rmm YBAlk, » 4MIITAIÍ0M.  ikftetSàMttf kind» ofpUiatoaey prist, ttv. awl^ f(M«jpi|.«|t«h««».  », .'I .('•  ^CA. KEPOS^  AHGBLAÍSBBH, AHMItYt AMI filHItlUMt  Minti lasorftnce Company, ^  mnmiài: öömisotJooT ìnmpòràtèd nn-'üd^pM $2,850,000.  BÄRTFORD mURAlfCB COMPAfíT Elwrtrcrdt Connecticut. INCOBPORATID 1810—tJAPWAL $1,000,000»  PBŒNIJ: INSURANCE œMPAH r, lintrord Conoeetlcot,  ütCORJÖBäTM |600 OOO.  AngeKca, Allegany Co., N. K Will Attend to »11 bnatoe!» entrasted to.thelr «bürg«, wllh promptneM«nd dispatcli.  «.•.OBCBM.] ^ IW.ASOil,.  Otto«t->Oorner of Main and Center Street.  J. H. Egöestoii.  Wttch Maker «od Jeweler, and dealer_  In all klodi of Glöcki. Watebés, and Jewe  Kflpalring done on «bort notice and rear twa»bletems> .i.  mtim IMSVIIAIICE OFFICE.  CAPÎTAL - - - - - $500.000 ▲SäETä - - - - • $650.000  R. LLOYD, AOBKT.  Angelica, April 1,1865. H44  CITY FIRE INSURANPE COMPAMT, . Capital $250,000.  ". : ■ m^ ■  JPH(BNIX JNSURANCk CO.» New York City.  CAmAt. $1,000,000.  -^RmAMERtdANiNSURANCECO:, Hartlordf Connectlcnt-Capltol $300,000.  METRIPOLITAN TNSURANCE CO. New York CSy.  - CAmAL~l ,000,000.^ (nsnrance can be effected, witb tli« eab-.;tlher Itt tbe :alio*e old ertabllBhed Btock Vmpanles, on Dwellings, Stores, Cbivcbes, t'octocles, Personal Property, Ac., on terms favorable as other responsible Inetitntioi ty commnnlcations. addressed to him ,at ttnellsville will meet with prompt atten tion, J. 0. MILLER, Agent,.  Dr. C. P Camr.  _ DENTIST  P«ntel room! ow the »to» of 8. S. Bennett & Co. la Bmlth »»vis* Bloc*. AngeUc*. KT?<> partner. — ^ 13i3:tf  PENSIONS,  Bounties, and BacV pay, procured by the subscriber. -  E. LLOTD, Claim Agent. Aagellca,N.T.,1864. HOUf  xs> oà srs* "CS» ^ Fri«na»hip. H. Y. H20  •Ú  P. M. FISH,  Corner of Main and Glean street, oppo-eito Rathbun'a Hotel, where {ill kinds of Blacksmitbing will be done oh the shortest notice, and-moat reasonable teruis— and Horse and Ox Shoeing in a superior manner.  , ALSO, Manufacturer of Carriages, Buggies, Wagons, and repairing done on snort notice—one door south of the Black* smith Shop, Du 01 an street.  Angelica, N. Y. 13fi5tf  BAXTER » S  of Sttsic,  FRIENDSHIP. N,Y. ^  (Established in 1853.) Students gndaated in vocal and instrnment»! mu* si*, ftndmntical composition.  Principml and ]?roprietor. ÜSrSendfpr a circular M06:tf  FURNITCRE!!  WaoïiËSALE AND RETAIL  by  COOK FORS7TH  IK  AN GE LIGA:  OiPjSVEilY DËSCÎÏiPtli^^^  Both Home-Made and "Boughten/'  Which wlU bo sold Cbgmper than át any <9lhcr xUtabltshment In <he State.  In addition to onr  ^.Complete Assorto  OP  —iTiiTinrriiiiRt  , We hi^Te on hssd a Splendid Stock  Looking Glasses I  OVAL PICTURE FRAMES * MOLDINGS, A GBBAT VARIETY OF STiffcES.  aim rtnviwc.nrt'AT. nnAfiKETS ««»''  riou» other Household Fistarea.  8 p r i jx^ B © d s  8»T(iniil DUI^erent Patents.  AlATTRCSSES.  A l^e stock and Ortsat Variety.  CALL AND SEE US BEFORE BlhriNO.  p, s —The trade can be supplied -with Chairs, Bedsteads, and all other Cabinet Ware, in the white or finished on liberal terms.  (}. W;.OOOK, E. A. FORSYTE.  MiJn Street, one door west of the Ruthburn Hotel ' j^iS Ani^elica, N, Y.  SF Ganeadea, would 'respectfully announce to the afBicted relatives of deceased sol. rf. that be ia a legilly autUoriied Agent for Allegany and adjoining Counties, to pro ^ure Bounties of Deceased Soldiers. Aieo .for the collection of Back Pay and Pensions. ' Dated, Caoeadea. March 29,1665.  Cltmpped. Bailada. Al,Jkaííe»^^^ Lipar^'UIlBIanès« ike,  MunMUÊ <k Go's Q^nn^aa iflt with OttcMUîni. tiBMeha<«ped band«, *«., hninedia-ely, and «lit 'th* «Un »ort and lOKxwh ta th* eoidnt wtMrnt. Sol^ [{«t«. rciMSScent». iiisH«M-»ets.  BtauiMitOa  „umI made their selection;; aeeocdingly  0h»m{«u wd oràgslat», M. Y, MniTy."  ^onsumptioiu Bbemnatim, fccofvla  HMHniAJi * 0»t «Hiaeiini HiBwnrftfc eoa LIT«« On  iaÄtsrsäÄKSarÄÄ  OmmMêtm* Srngpi,  —-^^'ÌC*/'""'-......  ELtVATID OTIIf nOtgè^ TVti.  FïRÉMNSTJBÂNCE. I  HORNBLtSVILLR AOKNCY.  March 8,1863i--rpdly  MEXI€0,JIEXIC0.  $30,000,000 LOAN ;  ......OF Tim • ■  HEPBBLÎC OF MEXICO.  TWBNtY-YEAR' COPtON BONDS IN SUMS  OP SSQritoO, $500,1,000. INTEREST SEVEir PER CENT,, PAYADlE IN THE CITY OF NEW YORK.  Frlncipai anl Interest Payable in  $10,000,000 TO BE SOLD AT SIXTY CENTS ON THE DOLLAR, '  in U. il. Currency, thus yielding on interest of Twelve per cunt; in Gold, or Seventeen per cent, in Currency, at iho prcsentrato of premium on gold.  THEFIBST,YEAP.'g lOTEBEST ALREADi  PROVIBBD.  THE MOST DESIRABLE INVESTMENT EVER OFFERED.  Immense Tracts of Mining and - Agricultural lands; sixty per cent, of Port Dues, imposts, and taxes, in the States of Tnmaulipas and San Luis Potosi; and the Plighted faith of the said States and the General Government are alU pledged for theHFederaption of these Bonds Ipaymcut of interest.  THE SECBSITy IS AMPLE.  130 in U. 8, Currency *lll buy a 7 per tt, of Gold  Bond of$50  $80 •• " " •• $1«I0  $300 " " " " " (500  $000 " " " *• »1.000 LET EVERT LOVER OF REPUBLICAN IN8TITU-  esi TICKS RUY AT LEAST  ONE BOND. .  Circulars forwarded and subscriptions re-oeieed by  / , WaAterlg^ imk  fHiwethg aideii gtrta fr*^, » -.' v.IiMfi^tinbovrtii'ed nobk^ ~ There I spied a cottage iMrie, Washing by tlw brook.  Bright the wavelets glattoed b««{de her,  Brighter was the look that she gave to him who'ipled her, ; Washing by the brook,  S weet the songs of birds*aroand her. Song« from Nature's book; _  Sw^ter here, to hirn _  f—WashhiBrb^the'broolc.  Heaven blc«s her 1 Heaven watch her l-  Prid« may overlook. But for grace« may not match her, Washing by the brook.  VOL. XXIX: NO. 4L ANGELICA, ÌT. t;, WEQIfESDAY, APR!t ^ WHOLE  me wh»r  The Snrgeoa's Story;  A nxm iNcmnnr or mi wab.  "The only time," said tho surj^eon, "that I over saw prisoners roughly handled was at Winchester."  The ladies united in asking him to re late the incident. -—  "We made regular trips," he continued, "once or twice a week from Harper's Ferry to Winchester. We did not mean to garrison it but to prevent the rebels from holding it. At the timé I was speaking of we had orders to en ter Winchester, and push as far as we could safely go beyond it,to find wlielht: ei the enemy had any forces in the neighborhood,  "We reached the rebenowlS in the evening.  "The (jrcneral ordered ug^tq rest for the night^until he coiiTd get the reports of spies, and of one or two scout ing parties that he had sent into the country.  "We dismounted. The ofiicerstold us to make onraelvea at home. The boys searched all the stables and barns in the town for forage,and others went out in squads to the neighboring farms.  •'As soon as they got their horses fed they entered any house they pleased and took up free qu.rrtera in.  "As a squiid of Ithree of our men were about to enter a barn in tho outskirts of the town, three rebel soldiers suddenly jumped up from among the hay .ind let blaze at them. One of our men was badly wounded^ but not fatally His two comrades ran back for help. They soon returned, I tell you, with asmad a set of fellows as you could Have mustered in Virginia.— They hunted the barn high and low, every nook- and corner, up loft and down cellar, but not a trace of the rebels could they find.  "Wo knew that they hadn't got out of our linea; for our pickets jiyero too strong for that.  "Tliere. were some houses near by  JOHN Wi COBLIES & CO.. and J. N. TW'FT, Knancial Agent of the  nepublic-of Mexico, 57 Broadway, N. Y.  Subscriptions also received by Banks Bankers generally throughout th® United States. Nov. 16,1865.  25 Cent« to Sat« 26 Mlars  BrOSMAK's Co^tosirrftAVKD BSiTstNK râmovés Pidnt, OrraM Spo'i, InsttnUy, aad cleans SIIIbi,. Wbfion*, Glove«, &C., «qoal to n«ir. Only! Si cent» oar bottle. Sold by Om«Ktets. H«orMA»&Oo^  Tke Great Came  r-n^-— op'  lïïHâN MISERY  Jutí fnMüked in a ted*d em^lope. Price lit eU.  ALfctnre on »h« Nature, treatment, and B^di^ Core of Seminal Weakness, or SpermatorrbceB, indacsd by Setf-sbu-e J iBvoiuntsry Emission«, ImpOtency» N»r-voos Üebiííty, and Impediiwñts » MijrrtJigM «eneriJ CòosamDtion, Bplieppy, aM Wu; M»ntsl and Physical SÄ &¿. By ¿OB'T J. CULVERWELt, M. -..author of íhei^Oíeen Book" &c. «  Tb« WorW-renowned author. In tbU admirable Lee-tnps, clearly proves, from his o»n experienre, that the awful con-eqiienee of self-Abuse may be «ffectoally re moreA without meAicloe, and »ithout daogeroui sor glcal oper«Uon», bougies, Inrtrupents, rings or co^isls polntíng ont a mode of cur* aflTnce cer^n and effe^ nal^by »hiclKvery MilSsWjHW-niattw-whrtlito cow^  ------>•>—^If ^espty, prf»atjly, and  or» will prove a boon to  thnnarai «nil aint nniW »S«l tW saT »d-f-a;  dress. In a plsio sealed enveliye. on teceipt of six cents, or two posug. & CO.,  128 Bo weiy, Hew Toltiti Pott office Bo« 458«.  UTall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair EX llKiiewer has proved itself to be the most perfect preparation for the hair.  It is a vegetable componnd, and contains no injurious properties whatever.  It will restore gray hair to its original color.  It will keep.the hair from falling out  It cle»n8 the scalp and makes the hair son, lustrous and silken.  It is a splendid hair dressing.  No person, old or young, shonld fall to use it.  It is recommended and used by the  iini Medicalituihoniiea.  9»- Ask for Hall's Vegetable Sicilian  Hair Beucwer, and take no othar.  P.P. HALL & CO Nashua. N. H., Proprietors  For sale by ail druggists. 6mM30.  Bltllard ana Refreslimen Saloon.  JAMES IBVINS,  ANGELICA, NEW YORK,  TTTOULD respectfully announce that he Vf has taken the Old Stand of BalthaElar on the Corner of Park and Main Bt., where .he.pcQposeaio.milnlat» i^UM^^ who may favor him with their patronagev HiÄ Billiatd Beoma and Tables will alwavs be kept In priow order. Beflrediiäenti in great-ykriety*; t" ' .  Vyi^Mf (Umu, \L(jbüer9, Savdinp*,  CafiM, Fnitti.J(nt8, Candid, Chole* ^ Brands of Segara, XJ^ AI«, Bdtmytlilagp«rt«ialBg to a  JiBST.CliASS SAlpONr'  wtllte McvaiutrrM, "oa denaaft." No  RkiMitM: lit iro« tidn'l \i»m Cellars it bid V.  ** '0)1, ploMe iir, I'm afraid,' the boy«  'they aha^fi^l ham fo»;' nobody éha'n't harm ywlmt nuf aad,by jockey,I'll pull jrottr gimrd out aid bang* yon double quick if don^t <)at aod Cell right off what they're hid 1' . --  "The twy waa now completely cowed.  i"Well, air,» he said 'they»« hid nn^i der our house. in.P  tbé"inrowd~righ1 Mow the middle of '  the parlor. Yon can't see it when, you look in that hole in the bankin,' bekace thejr totted all thè' dirt away, and you ace its too dark to notice the other hole thataway/  " 'All right, bnb^^iaid Bill, 'you'll be a man before your mother if you keep your eye peeled I We won't hurt  I you."^ 'Oh, ,  please sir/, crlod tho boy, 'don't.burn down our house; wc's Cn-ion-folks !'  ;"In what direction?' asked Bill, with a grin.  "'I don't know nothin* about ary direction,' said the boy, with a puzzled look. ' "•'Oh you don't?' continued Bill, 'well, 'ye oughter. You oughter say yur*© Union—  'Over the trflt/ottknow over the iffl,* he sang.  "Bill rushed out, and told one of the soldiers to stand with his revolver cocked at the Hole in tho banking, and toboot_d(mn_the first man -that tried  to escape throngh it. , "Then ho .went into asked for an __  " 'What in the world do you want with an axe ?' the old woman inquired, with an anxious glance at his face,  " 'As:e me no questions and I'll téli yc no lies,' said Bill; 'bnt, unless ye want this house burned over yer head, bring me one in less than two-forty.'  "The «woman saw that Bill wa% in no mood to be trifled with, and went and got the axe without any more ado.  "Bill then turned to the three soldiers who had iuUowed him into the honse and told them to dj-aw their revolvers and be ready to shoot. They did so.  "VVithont a word Bill seized the car^ pet at the edges and tore it up. "The women screamed. " 'Lord a massy I' shouted the old woman,' what on airth are ye s  Tiie Hon; Lymatt Tf^la irbo waa tendeM^jthe  for Al^cy OimtraV of^® 5iaie^S 1861 and promptly declia^ it be^oaa of t)M Copperhead tende^^Xof tlM^ platform, and ^ho has aie^ witii the Union party eter atnoe and te now a reoognieed leader of the ait called "Radicals" of thia Sute; - ia MsaiM wi^ the gifeateat- bfifc^^a^^r Albany Ar^u «and other d6{^>eriMiada for teavingi the Petnooealio party. .  In a tery able Speech regardifig National questioiks m»de a abort lino since, Mr. Tremain took occaaipn to pronounce the allegatiM that be Idfl the Democratic party on aeeonnt of« fancied grievanoe, a "miaerable Cop* perhead falsehood.'^ Homd: :LJ  The Demoofstib party bad over treat<^ ed him with more consideration than bii deserved. In that very year 18611 he received its nomination for Attorney General, which he declined because he could not stand upon thi} Syracuse reBolutions. And he proceeds to "speak his mind'^ to his old as^iatet in this form: . .  "Instead of growing b^ter- the leaders of the party continue to gi^w worse, embarrassing and opposing, as they have done ever since,; every act  of the government' that was deemed _____________ .  necessary to to give efficiency to the Co.^and is now 83 yej^ nl^ H«Jft operations of our-firmiea in the" field, «f honpBtT>arenil8|fe, and lil^ nuny Leave the democratic party, sirr It the house andPl'® ® slander upon thename of that hon-oLed._Qr^ani«atioii.to_suppose.tbat-the party you represent to day is etititl^ to the name of the donfiocratic paHy.  my carpet for ? The. olc man and  us is Union, and hez allers bin I' ________  "Pon niy word arid honor,' added one of the daughters, 'there ain't nary reb hid in our house.'  We don't know nary thing about ary reb,' said another young woman.  "They all made a fuss and hollered, but Bill took no niore notice of them than if they had been a parcel of bogs.  the same luck—not a trace Of the rebels I  'Well, boys, we must give it up," said Tom Rynder; "but I'll be hanged if I sen how the——Johnies got ofi". They must be here—soinewhere nigh by, too—but they've given us the slip as slick as grease."  'Not much thev haven't,' shouted G'reen, a Maryland soldier; 'you  and we searched them._But we-haÌ{-He tore every- bitijfttai iCàrpeTÌfom  thefloor.  "As soon as he had done it he took the axe, and with one) blow broke through the thin floor. ' " 'Be ready, boys I' he said. "The women were crying and screaming and talking Union all -the time.  "Obo or two blows .made quite a large Opening, and with a single jefk Bill tore up the flooring. "What do you suppose we saw ? "There lay thetliree rebs, dressed in dirty honlespuD/ bu4dt|d Ìogethcr at the bottom, of a wide hoTe that they dog beneath the house- \  ''BUI a powerful fellow, ¿He aeized one of the^ rebels by the nape of the neck, and not only pulled hiin out, but pitched him to the further end of the rcKiro, One of our boys instantly covered him with his pistol.  "Without waiting to re8t,Bill served the two others in the same way..  "You ought to. have seen him as he turned to the women i  ■  BjU G'reen, a Maryii don't find this child leave this till he collars them doggo^ned rebs. I tell you they're inside ten rods of heré, some'eresr and I tell you I'm agwine to get 'em dejad or alive, I know their tricks, byjolly, and I tell you they're in that iiouse thar some'erès or other. Hillo I Look at that hole I How are you Johnnie ? I'm after you I'  "And with that characteristic spOech off he ran to the nearest house, which we|,had searched already from top to bottom. The bouses there have^ no cellars. They are generally raised about three or four feet from the ground and sometimes rest omt stone fòuiTda^ tion which is round; and sometimes  with earth. In the banking of this  house there was an opening tliat xone  of us had noticed. The Marylander  made for it and eqatted oh his knees ana peepea m.° »  "Are they there ? we shouted.  "Hé looked up and said nothing.  He was evidently disappointed.  . " 'No,' be said at last, after musing.a while, 'but they're here some'ere, and I'm agwine to find ihen., Hillo 1 bub, come here ! Gome along with me i"  A little fellow had ¿ust come out from thè house. He hung back, but Bill coaxed.him into the barn. I went with him. Bill told the other men to keep the women .of the honse inside, talking to them, bo that they might not see him w>tb the hoy.  '.' 'Now,' bub said Bill ^ thé boy, 'do yò» know that I'm agwineio bum down your house?  "The boy looked scared.  " 'Oh, please not, Sir,'he cried;'them fellars ain't thar; true'a death Sir,they'8 not thiir.'  dad, bub,' 'addefi Bill, without taking any notice of what the boy had said; 'and, likewise, be oblecged to give you the goldar^e^t. whaling you ever heerd on in all yo,ur born days 1'  'Obi- please-dotftr cried, thé  Jk^ei^ Gafbartle Filli.  little fellow againi»«h<i was thoroughly frightened now—'the aolgers ain't  thar,' _____________. -  - Vri^ow do yon know asked r Bill . " '1 knoWa -they^n?t,' replied the boy.  *'*Bill wind him bj the collar aod Wftiln iaroefy,  "fKow.b^. Ill baaf JO« ittd your da^ and Vm 4own yoar bonba fai ttB  piling .nd all  You steal the 'livery of Heaven to serve the devil in.' It is a party whose record in times gone bj'has been a record of fidelity to the government in ali wars. 'My country right ot wroncr--my country always'—is the sentiment that every man adopts who is inspired by the sentiments of Andrew Jackson. That is tho school in which I was taught; and, sir, after this war broke out your le.irders never uttered a word of sympathy for this government. They opposed every act of President Lincoln as the act of a usurper and^ fi nally, crowned the infamy of their ca-' reer, in 18(14,atX!!hicago>- by declaring this war for the Union-^-that wtó J on the verge, of final success—a (ailure, and asking the people to;go.down on their knees, and by conciliation and compromise - and a convcrttionijf the states, restorff to power the rebel« whose hands were rM with thè blood of our brethren. Yon dare to call that the democratic party ? A more blister« ing slander^ against the true old democracy was never uttered. Sir,.you have forgotten the lessons of history,if you suppose that a party which takes its-potóiott^gainstTts-conntry^w ^ that country is in danger, ^a ever be forgiven by a patriotic people. They will never forgive your party any more than^they forgave the old Hartford Oonventioh federals who opposed the war of 1812. ,  ThtfOnbaAvKlatëtM  OnofiiftlMii»* eôiMiwiitiai ate «il^v.iHiei« ruliiü so many of the "aiùióna a«d aiinleaa,^ baa ottite recently transpired in tbia Tieinlty.  About three'ttonâia ago, OM Wlt> IfMi Utter, aliaa Smt B«frt, came futo tbe oetcbborhotkl aontli of lha Oil U»8enratkm, lying, in Ibiaaod Hinsdale^ toirâahipii; andhiiyd- cat to siiriie lüiuiöinfra iabiÄ^Ha Âiiâî the acquaintance of Hlas Ellaabélli wbo waa living witb a aiater, tho wife of A. Y. C(3e, bet trboee pimnla reaidea in tbk town. By play* ing gallant and tepraaantlng hiagMeif afra man "of aie«!«, be wormed bim-aelf into ber aflTectiooa and borrow* iug a full auit of dotbee, he mtmmè her eonaent to "aly oi" to black Creak Cjmera on Sunday the 18th Inat and t married; Anjacquaintanee of bla  ng in town went to the ladyMHend informed them that heihad.one or more wives Ilvtog. The scoundrel waear*. rested and officer Boea dfapatdled to Broome County where he learned that he had five wives living. He secured a witness to his first marriage, and returning, a preliminaiy examination was held, and Ute fellow sent to jail to await the aotion of the courts.  While in Broome Cdunty, Boaa learned the villain's real name and also several other facts concerning him. He waa born at Chenango . Forks, Broome  There are thousands af genuine DexA-ocni/« like Mr. Tremain throughout the country whom neither the blandiah-ments nor the denunciations of Copper« leads can swerve from tho path ol duty, who preferiog the Substan<» to ikiipreienBe ofBemocracy^ will continue to act with the only truly I!|pmo-Oratic, the Republican Union Par^.  hirwolideífuí «tentorian you ari.an' the ole iqan ? andjlera ^^ ^  ion whicu 18 round; ana sometimes iiez-bin4Uind-»ot»-never seal i>o t^ gwn^ey lust ou a Irttte piece or ma- you never did, Mi«« Brass ? Noryon sonry at the corners only, while the - - -  spaces between them are banked np  nuther, on your word and honor, Seceshr ' .  ^h§y hnng^^d4|i their up To the eyes, and left the i^oom, with out saying a word. ^  «tW. ^toat» * wwl tv4  them to the General. But it was hard work. I never saw our jnenJgo exasperated. They wanted to lynch th^se a«-sas-^ins. If our wounded man had died I don't believe the General conld have held them back.  "Next day wo had orders -to return Harper's Ferty. The three rebs  were lariated to th'^bows of saddles, and forced to keep up with, us alLday long on "foot. Their shoes were taken from them, and they had 'a hard road to travel, I believe,' that day. That was all »the punishment ever inflicted on them for the attempted assassina tion of our men.  •'This,''added "the surgeon, "was in the days when wo made war qn^ peace principles, and it would not haiiTe done then to have hanged these wretches. It might ha^e ejWH^ra!^ Jhe Sou yciirknol^ Sb^ii riiid, W them was to force them foi^one day to keep step to the music of, the Union cavaliy'a hoofs..^  , -EJ^CTIKO^Qreasb # Froir Woowii CLOTa.---The dieapesi MiroosL^^^ ual preparation for extracting greaae from woolen cloth mw ^ made of  of mixeidjrithan eqQal-%naatt-iy ol water. If kept on hand, it ahonld be placed in a glaaa^toppned bottle. A«p1y with a j pieoo of Blunge, aoaking tbe «loth l^otongbly when tbe graate bat leniaM a«f pbiiHh aUetimeinthefabrfe.  rcspoctable relations. He waa firat married to a Miss Betsey Knapp^ an estimable -yottng lady of conBideHbte wealth, in 1858, and soon after oom* menced a career of crime rarely equaled. Aside frdli bigamy,^ ho is guilty of several other heinolis crimes such as stealing horses etc. During tbe late war ho has been a very successful bounty jumper, and has the reputation of being even more successful in the jail breaking bu8ineB8~-never finding one tight enough to hold bim. In a conversation with a sister of Utter's, she aaid that nothing would anither better than to see hiiii bound to the month of a. loaded cannon and have the pleaaure of firing it off..  The sixth victim of the lust of thia hardened villain is an innocent, good looking young lady of about 20 yeara of age, of good and moral character^ but unused to the ways of the world, and we should jiidge of very limited knowledge of humannatnre. Sbelatbe youngest of fitre brotbera aiid atetersr against none of whose charactera word is said.  On arriving at the Angelica iail, be thanked offlccr Boaa for his kind atten« tions and informed him that he bad not felt so much at home in aome time, and gave the people of thia countgr cradtt I or haying tho best free boardiog.boiiae' that it had ever^n hiai^êâaure to ace and gave many other evidencea. of being "resigned to hia fate." It fa hoped that Sheriff Wnght may tnake tbe place "attractive" enowgh to indeoe the fellow to remain until he leavea thia connty a delegate to the Aabnm con-  ^ DinakMore.  Deacon Deafenhatigh waa a great revivalist, and no "big meeting'! waa considered a success without hia chcering presence. He was a speak  vention where all tradea bat printer« are represented.  Otiglàrm.  AN ACT confirming, ami ratifyinf a a cerjtain grant or leaae aiade by the Seneca Nation ^f Indiana ta ihn Proteatánt Epleoopäl Cbnrab at Salamanca, Cattarango« connty ÑeW York.  " Hawk 1,111^  SWT»« h W^tnm UM.&m irstftaVla. diana have inuite^ «id twMsd etrtala laadiM thaAltofaayiMtrratiMtollM Pratsataatl^. ------------------ leÄtr  l^iMMr  Tall» to Cold teriai; slMy fm «mil asi  er^ndlntL^^^  ^ociU power  On one occasion, iefitTSome'days in protracted effort, be somewhat worn, leaviugnis good-alone. His sleep was  baviitf__  attendance  He.  wife m  Mn-jÉí on a returned home retired èâfly.  the kitcb^ broken and troubled, and at length ^ poured fofih the deep,^ nasal torrenta of one of the most popular hymns: >  "I'm gawing home to Die-nah Horet 1 I'mg^wbig home to die-nah morel" ^^^  The good dame was  fear^sd^trembling, bup^'esitated to awaken singer, when he repeated':'' ^•I'm gawing home to die-nah ^bre I"  This was tock^iniuch. Tbe "gíetíí eyed monster" Sprang to his throne. She ruslied to thè, bedside, and khook the deacon furioUsly, exclaiming mil thé while: °  "I've found you out, yòii old, oU~ I don't know what !" /  solw, effort«,  aiicceeded in reat^iufr her suficiently  'And broke down in ä tori^ The deacon, after aoine ain icceededin reat^ing hi' to hear his doom, in tliis wise:  "Yes, Beacon Deafenbangh, youi'er going honic to Dinah Moore; yos; can go, so yon can, and III return to py mother t A pretty Christian buaband to desertyonr wöb and childm a Dinah Mooie^ and tell it In ydtar  nlained to the ;dá«e that he bad oi^y been einging the. tte« cboñi going to die nò nore,"  Tbe good dame gtve ber lord acea-jngalki«a,anda(nedto1et bjgoMi. be bygonea. Tte iaecion doBt alnf fa Mi liaep  bMtwfib  ^rld," a^ n l^iig aiidlwlii ipiÉpfii^ abe.alwaya etrSiiwiÄ Siraill  end of tbe  A writer waatater kiMr^iif  tbe omnibae and ear iriveni iHil  for jEifeieoata- - wIm :-tbi f^mfewiST"-aupply ia worn oat , /  Mr Jèròaie Cntla» aC 'l^v  leganv connty, *r«eeatly. Imi juI^í Angelica for poiaoaiAf ^-wiAívJ». Jttoe,Jaat,^jirae^a«iniilai [^f^Êmfrnf»^  Zbe Qaeida Cbaafè mMofactnred laatyear  of  Üf^ numter of cova was als bwinta^.^  Cowa areaelUiirallU in Oonrtland oom^. Dr; ywlalM^et rtcentiy aold a lotof eiglíteei.4jM«al. 1 auction at an average ipnee of /  JToba Ifigee'bae fâ^m'-ém^-} money awl land for Ike «fíétfo« cCC i new PreabyleHaa CbwBb «I W§aàm,- \ . Schuyler Co., t» ike aMiiefiM^MÉu ^  'lir*Wrteétt:lòwM' to Obiikimi^' county have raieed  amonnta mngwâ 1er ea<K imtfÎ tion of the Hall of liUiti^ >iiiiia> ' ^  Mien  meu'a beerte and flMkerAnaelawli  of their pockete. . -  How pany^iMii^' «lona eceiiaa iriMm we wmaailft iMf  world if each |*lr^aN» l6al âewir  laagbateack olber  eac» other alovd. > ?  Faabiona wutìm^M] the carrent* üntik Iìi^SSiìmS»  with nackaagittf : orrent'weM ing tbeír dolía'  ple'abair. Hex» weak doUa*baira«iettier  ttHßi^matistmäärimiiii  the following aotiee; "JUIWIW oooMnnaicatiQne firat^^^ kimiSê  -«TA NewTerk e^te^ .MÜirS:' ceaOy, coaaected^ wijh^ CbSltf *  a leading actieea l»tely flefili il  Bioêdéwjf 0iealèe,.ktp '  •a tira lovth nd« oftlMiùia mdfkMi Oraat  •fa»  foc .daaMf ee 'kis ^Jtttoar'li ;  Chief for wOawia tamari^ vMk m fafmeeawtte.  .^^fbeedHpr^ftMjeiKjlMf^ Hea^f. Sáyaaeü, aai IkMtffipr''' a Xr. Banwk kaekitd et m^mmmB* faiowaM  aif^-fMker^aoM« at be wé»|Mgf(lKf -jMtagpii^.^ 9h(m,*ÌkÌT a^lkat tioitt '  ìMiéAttMiélftì *%tick tejMT mOi'mi' biteyM.» >  t^ lamr, ;  end'fwja«' iiwjFPBtJË^fjBMÉjl'' ^  jmdkrrn Mff^ «Miai ü il li «Mattai M lareh MiaoMi^ aai ' . «MÌaliiafttklapratiaa Il nia^ihalliak«  MLSxpertr ogland caria  w . ^^ .mente were auide in Kngland dnnag the |Met «eaaoa loieat ^ value of weeding, aad maM  follows :~1 Seven acres of li^aeil  were aown broadcast; one aeci WMSur^ and not a weed out of it; the jolher^^ ai* caiefally weede^-^thay weeded acre pi^uoed 18 busbela; tte aix weeded averaged buateU per acre— aclear gain of S5 per cent A aU acre field: was sown with barley. Tte weeding, o>Mng to tte great abundance of charlock, coat IS«, per «tie. The produce oHin nnweeded acie waa 13 bushi^ls, of tte weeded S8 bwtele. thus showing a difference of IS hmUh els per acre, beside the enormua ad> vantage of having the land cleared for theaucc^ing crop. t. Of »hUKstm sown with Mte, one acre, aamaaaied and unweeded, yielded only IT baab« els; the reat plowed tbiee tinea, manured and weeded, prodacdl tt buitela to tte acre.  The Chicago/eamalia Morm ed thfo^ a private letter Um m  dated New _  Mai^ a, tk^t ttectelera kiin^M ont at Key Waat AapiatMi  world, tkereià wertkleea ikia reaeoafte  oeIak>rWHil%W  aMowlteit- -onlióttep  world. Sokt^aHB fiate aad-OgiBi^  "A kan« t a  do«  wheateüoltiliia taia wtwioftHe Votoli!«» -'W*; ^ ttekareaeiFreiB eC teack 'Wvvtoe'.   

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