Angelica Reporter, April 11, 1866

Angelica Reporter

April 11, 1866

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Angelica Reporter (Newspaper) - April 11, 1866, Angelica, New York rübbistiisojkvbair wkosksoav. C. F. & G. W. DICKINSON, EdUtprs âîid Ptiiprieteg. ^. tf&nnai^'â PKU TBAÌ^ IM aov^NCKÎ. Ilk «Ufla-tet where psf mast Is delaj^ed toi mora tb»n tlino moutha. Fifty Osatsaddijtionai wiilbe cbargcd W« b*ve ft largQ snd Completo SMortmont of pUln s&d fancy typa, ikttdexc6llm\t pW5»aea, and are prop»-radtodo haudbUIa, law case!). booka circulRrs, cards, wmA in faot almost all kinds of plain And taacy prist-ln(, SMki ifoBtpttji^ioUMPj YOL. XXIX: if O j^semca^^^ apbil u, me. whole no. 1496, in^^ss êuU. \ FIRE INSURANCE. HaRNELLSVItm AGEKCy. ANGB^^ ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT jLA W, Angelica, Alkgany Co., N. Y. Will attènd to dit busioess cntrastcd to tbeir cbftrgc. v?!e>i promptaseg aQii dlspalch. - j'._8. olleb.v.] " - "Diflce—"Ooriier of Main and Center Street. J. Iir Eggieston. ; Watcb Maker and Jeweler, and dealer _ loall kinds of- Clocks, Watchcs, and Jeweiry Repairing done on short noticc pnd.rea-waable terms. — AflgeHc5krFebi-l^l8G4i--—--- t385tf- ANQEtlCA INSURANCE OFFICE. Arctic Insurance. Cq.______ - ' - . S.500.00Ô asòets • - ... $6äO.OOO ___R. LLOYD, Age^„ ZI30igfiliCÄ",ÄpriTM - 144-4 Dr. G. P Carver. 0«iNf 1ST Dental rooms over the store of 8. K. Bennett k Co. in Smith Davis' Bloc«, Angelica. jg®- I have no partner. 1343 :tf PENSIONS, BOUNTliSS, and Bac'c Pay. procured by the Subscriber. R. LLOYD, Claim Agent. Angelica,N. Y., 18fi4. ' HOUf DK. H. B, GORTON, • rp ^ "CS» ' s ^ _Frlendsliip. N. Y. H20 P. M. FTSH; SXiA-OUKSON^ITK, Corner of Main and Oican street, opposite Ratbbun' 8 Hold, where ull kiiul^ of Blacksmithing will be done on the ehortest notice, und most reasonable terinp— and Horiu and Ox Slioeing in a superior manner. , ALSO, Manufacturer of CarriagcR, Buggies, Wagons, Ac.; and re airirig rlon« oh --.«hori ^ffirtiiw—one door.«¿utti^ oi the TTIäcTi; smith Shop, on an streut. -------- Angelica. N.Y. ISR-itf BAXTER'S Instiinie of Pusic, FRIENDSHIP, N. Y. ^^ (Established in 18j3.V ' Btudcnts eraduated In vocal and instrumental music, and musical composition. JAMES DAXTEH. Principal and Proprietor. Send for a circular U06:tf .®tna Insurancé Company, hARTFORD. OOS'NECTICUT Incorporated 18IQ-CopiM $2,250,000. HARTFORD INSURANCE COMPANr ................. î 1810—capitai. $1,000,000. rn(Ei\tXIN8UJtANGEC0MVANr, Hartford Connecticut, tnconpouated 1845-¡-capital $600000 CITY FIRE IKSqRANCE COMPAllT, Capital $250,000. New York City. ' GAinrAf. fl .eOtvOOO. - NORTn AMERICAN 1ÑSURANCEC0.: Htirttord, Connecticut—Capitol $300,000.MBTRIPOLITAN INSURANCE CO. ------------------Nx'w YorkrCTty: --------------- Capital—1,000,000. Insnrance can bo effected with tie Bub-9 M Iber in the above old cjOAbljslied-Stock-tiTmpáñTé'B.oh Dwellings, Stores, Chi'rchcs, I'l'Ctories, Personal Property, &c., on termp n 8 favorable aa other reepon-sibleinfitiintionB. iLay-Jsommurdcations-a^dressed^'iilm at ll'unellsviUe wilLmeei with promj-i attention. J. (J. MfLLKR, Agent. March 8. 1803—pdly Amos R. Smith, Op Caneadea, would respectfully announce to the afflicted relatives of deceased sol diers, that he is a leg.-.lly aut'iorized Agent for Allegany and adjoining CounticB, to procure Bounties of Deceased Soldiers. Also fifl* the collection of Back, Pay and Pensiong, Dated. €an»adea. March 29.18(i5. MEXICO. $30,000,000 LOAN OF THE REPiiay C OF MEXICO. wholes.ile ret.^il , BY cook & forsyth twenty-ykan coupon bonds in sums OF S50, SIOO, S500.1,000. IXTEIIEST KEVEN PER CEST., PAYABLE IN THE CITV OF SEW YORK.Principal and Interest Payable in aOLD. $10,000,000 TO BE SOLD AT SIXTY CENTS ON THE DOLLAR, in U. S. Currency, ;thus yielding an interest of Twelve per c-'«t, in Gold, or Seventeen per cent, in Currency, at the present rate of-premium on gold. THE FIRST YEAR'S INTEREST ALREADY PROVIDED. THE MOST DESIRABLE INVEST- ._______^ M fWF-S^Hcii OJinrEraiir--------" —rrnfficnse Tnicts of liTiuing and Agricultural lands; sixty per cent, of Port Dues, impostis, and taxes, in the Stiiten of Tamaulipas arid Siiti Luis Putosi', and tlie Plighted fuith of the snid «fates and tiic General Government are all pledged fur the redemption of these Bonds and payment of iotcrest. THE SECTJIIITY IS AMPLE. $30 in U. S, Currency ■will buy a 7 per ct, of Gold Bond ofSaO ffiO ........." iliiO f300 " " " " S500 $000 " " " V "• fl.OOO LET EVERY LOVER OF REPUBLICAN INSTITUTIONS RUY AT LEAST ONE BOND. CircularB forwarded ami unbscriptions re-cfieed by ' JOHN W, CORblES & CO.. and J. N. TIFbT, Financial Agent of tlje nepublic of Mexico, 57 Broadway, N. Y gsy" Subscvipllons also rcccivcd by Banks and Bankers generally throughout the Uiiited SUiles. Nov. 15. I860. TO THE BABY. . Funny thing a baby ia, Curious little creature; Funny is ib little phi«. ' Comic ever}- feature. , HelplcjBSthingababy la; - íífina in^ - : O'er the troubled tíde oflifo Into which 'tis drifting, Mysteryababy is— Memories of beavcn^ Still must hover in tljc sotil Buch a short time given, t Solemn thing a baby Is, Since it must inherit , ef life ; -—^H^hc-títnffitlWtT Itüñií^'fiíípl^^ Let mo tell you, Freddy, Half the good and awcet of life Is the getting ready. Yours the sunshine—take it all While you're weak nnd tiny, -4Jy-ai)d-b^hcrdayrtbarc6m9 May not be so shiny. JÏUsiîetousJitaittgr Speech from Gov. Brownlow. Gov, Brownlow lias been at home hi Knoxville, for some hig INANGELICA: OF EVERY DESCRIPTION ^ud STYLE. . ^BothMome-Made and "Boughten," Which will be sold C^heaper thati at luiy other Establishment in the State. In addition to our CompfetB issoTtment OF CABINET-WARE ' We have on hand a Splendid Stock Looking Glasses. OVAL PICTURK FRAMES & MOLDINGS, \ GREAT VARIETY OF STYLES. Also, Carved. 0RV.4.MENTAL BRACKETS, and t4-riou.B other Household Fixtures. S p r i n g ® e d s SoToial Different Patents. A T T R E S S E S , A large stock and Great Variety. CALL AND SEE US BEFORE BUYING. P. S —The tra<ie can be supplied with Chairs,. Hedslfiads, and all rtlhcM C.abinfjt Ware, in the white or finished, on liberalterms. G. W. COOK:, E. A. FORSYTH. Main Street» one door of the Iliithburn Hotel. 1423 Ancrelicn, N Y. Billiard and ilerresli.uien Saloou. JAMES ANGELICA, IRVINE. NEW YORK, REMINGTON & SONS, MAl'FACTURERS REVOLVERS. RIFLES, Muskets and Carbines, For the United States Service. Also, POCKET AND BELT REVOLVERS, ricpcatliiK JPlstols,____________ i;IFL E CA NES, ItE VOL VLXG KlFLf)S rccnitling his shattered health. At the invitation of the German Union League of that city ho addressed a larp^e assein-biage of his fellow citizens on SUturday last. He prefaced his remarks by asking their indulgence, as he was feeble, but premised them to be brief .and to the point. He said that partjeg vyerc again at wofk, seyking an ascendancy in the Government. The Democrat4¿ party^-nnder a newguise and new leaders, wan again asking countenance from the poople. The firing on Sumter was a JDeniocriüic mensure. The Southern Slates were all Democratic when they tvont in the Rebellion. The revenue Ktamps you are now taxed with are Democrátic, and so are shinplasters. I announce to you that if Andy Johnson is to lead the way in reconstruction with the Demoeraic party at his back I go liie other wa}'. 1 go w+th the Congress of the United States, the RO-called radicals. 1 do not fear to side with them. The name of radical has ño tor rors lor me. I have been known as, a "damned blue light Whig" and"dumned lunatic," and I think it cheap if they would not let me off by calling me a "damned radical." Thei^are,"Iwo hiiipan, »t»/^«. the attention of the Ameiicau people. Their names are on every man's lips. I refer to Sumner and Stevens. President Johnson iseng.iged in a bitter warfare against them To abuse these men is tlie test of the loyalty Mr. Johnson prescribes. They are doth men of ability and unblemished private character. Stevens has sacrificed more for the Union than any five men in East Tennessee, and is a bettor man than any two moil who ever lived in the South. I am not afraid to indorse those men on my one "dung-hill." We must all be radicals or reconstructed Democrats. I prefer to side with the former class. On the negro suflrage question I have only to say Ihat for the present, I am willin to be contcnt with the privilege given them to testify in the courts. I differ from President Johnshn on this subject. He snys he is in favor of allowing negi'oes to voti: who can read who arc woi tii $250, who have been in the army; and of gradu»lly extending the light of sufTiage to all. It was througii his influence that wesùcceeded in passing the I*iegro Testimony bill through our Tennessee Legislature.— He wrote letters, and sent telcgrdms, asking members, to support the bill. It was through his .lielp the bill became a law. He <vent further than I did. I want thorn tobf) qualified first it wHl comeÌU timo. They voted in Tennessee prior to 1832. T liave some secret to tell of the Freed-meii's Bureau bill. 1 think the bill was ^ The Governor ctosed by warninpf all his old MendsJo aland bv t^ mont. He predicated th^ tho South would attempt another revolution through the ballot boji, If they did he said, the Nortliern hurtles would grind tneni to powder. ^ iheigfiittrtoth«»^^ theBiegeofPortHndsoii- exiimplified in the foliowitig story of two brothcrB, twins, which «ccured during the memorable siege of Port Hud-Boii. P.'ssing,. ^ through the streets of that little towoy we noticed two'cqrppe^s ly mg Mpoa the gallery of HiitrTjaTpcnteT-^B rgfiop, awaiting their tpn for the boser dignified W titleji^f coffins, to consign them to their last resting place. They were bodies of tall stature, stoUTand well built, be-tqkening the hardy backwoodsman of the Sonthwest;_^v:ejitheJ'ace-of---cacl^ was Wown a cloth^ through which the blood was oozing; showing that they had received^ their death wounds ^hrotighrthtrlrea^. Tt was no unconitnon sight during the siege to see death in every form, from the body pierced by 4he single bu^llet^ tlro^^n^e tl^^^ to atoms" by the cannon ball or martar shell. Yet there was something in the appearance of those bodies which riveted oin- attention, and we indulged the inquiry as to who they were. A rough, grizzly Confederate soldier was sitting by their side, whose arm, tied up, showed that for the present he was unfit for active scrvice. The tears were trickling down his eheeks as he gazed motirnfull|i: dead before him, while liii^ivering^ lip told better than ^^!:d8j.hat_tlicy_hyjlieen more to^^^ than simply comrades of the tent and field. He related their story in a few ,word8i_„ !iTiiey_. w.erc my sons/^ said he, "and were twins. One of them joined at the same time I did. We came here with Gen. Beale, and have done our duty to the best of eur knowl-edge, and I believe to t'.ie satisfaction of our officers" "This morning, sir, while at the breastworks, ontT of rny Foys, in order to get good aim at the sharpshooters outside, thoughtlessly raised hitnself too high, when a rifle ball pierced his brain, and he fell dead at my feet. His brother, seeing him fall, sprang forward to pick him up, but in so doing, exposed himself above the line of defense?,. when he, too rocei_ved u_ ball^ .brotlier As they camc into the world, so went they out of it—together. In removinpr tiieir bodies from the breastworks, I got this wound, which has shattered my arm. Would that I had died with t,hem, sir, for 1 have no one to love now upon this earth." « Epitome of th« l^leeiiM law. cobfim "And their mother—Your wife ?" "Died, sir, in giving them birth." One coffin received the remains of the twins, and a few days after, while "sitting in front ofliis tent,an exploding shell gave a deatli-wouud to the hear|-broken father. Rifle & ShotOnn Barrels, k Gun Materials, genneral Iv. Sold by Gun Dealers and the Trade throughout and it might haVC been i^XS'days of House Breaking and " •• ' Eobbery every House, Store, Bank, nnii Offiee should have one of REMINGTON'S EEVOLVEES. Circulars containinp cuts and descrlpUon of our Arms will be furnished x pon application. E. REMINGTON & SONS, Illon, N. Y. Mpcnn fc NiCHpjA. A.RentB, ;........ inar. 21. „ ' Johnson ougrht not but President to have done it. GONSTITUTiON WATER. bill. Tliey carried it to the President and read it to h.iin, section by section. He favored it. Gen. Fiske th^ight the expense would be too great, but the Preisident said "no.J' He urged it and promi.sed to sign it if Congress should pass it. It went through both Houses. In the meantime he got into a personal quarrel with Sumner and others and when the bill came before him for his signature he vetoed it after having promised to favor it. This is a secret, but true. • 1 am in favor of tTie the test oath, and don't want it repealed—and it w^on't be thank God! There are crippled rebels WOULD rcfipectfnlly annonncc that h« baf taken the Old Stand of Raltharlar on thfi Corner of Park and Main «her« be propoPC'f to rainiftor'to the comfort, of o who niay fivvor him with their paironnco.— His Biliiard Rcomp and Taidc? wiil ahvay be kept in prime order. Refrediment« in jireat variety. Oijstera, Clarnsi, Lobslers, Sardinea, Piep Feet, PJckled Trip^e. Egp». Pief«, Cheene . • CakcR, Fruits. Nuts. Cpndips,Choicc Brands of Septars. XXX Ale, I^iflevéryíhiDgpertaining toa --fffiSf'GLASS SALOeH. viil V served IX BTTi-K. "on deroan«!." No . jiaWtwUlhc spared to Tender the establish-raent. bviso of the Public favor. JAMES lUVIN...... _ ^^igeUcg.^pm raiSM.- 3 , ELETíTBTTTjyEN BTOV^lCft-Six UtsofciU oif and pipe top—Juet reeeifcd 4. WCKH ART fc CO'3 The aHtonishinf; success which has attended this invalualile niediicinc proves it to be the most perfect remedy ever discovered. No language can convey an adequate idea of the immediate and almost luiraculouB chanjic which it occasions to the de-, . . - blhtatcd and Bhattcrcd Rvstcm. In lach, it sUnds , in VV ablllllgton who Want tO gOVCm thlS uurivalUd as a remedy for the permai ent cure of ■DiabelcB.lnipotency. Loss of Muscular Energy, rhyaical J'rostration, indige-stion, Non-Regulation Inflammation or Ulceration of the Bladder and Kidneys, Disease of the Prostrate Gland, Stone in the Bladder, Calculus. Qravel, or Briukdust Deposit, and all Disease or Affections of the Bladder and Kidneys, and Dropsical Swellings exisUng in men, women, or children. ForthoM Diseases peculiar to Females . Constitution Water ia a Sovereign Remedy. Thes« Irregularitiea are the Cau»e of frequenUy recnmng diseaBc and.throngh neglect the seeds of more grave and daiigerouH.maladies ar^ the result ; and à» month after month passes without an effort belhg made to agsis^ nature, the difficulty become« chronic, JÈe patient gradually loses her appetite, the boweU are constipated, night sweets come on, and Consumption finaUy end» her careati Tor eale by all Dr^i^ts. Price. $1. , Vf . H. OftEQO & Co., Proprietors. mo^rgan it Allen, iJenerai Awant«. Ko. CUg gtreet. 'y<irT«>rfc A New C^amity. THE BUTTER DISRASE IN NElf YORK. [Prom the New York Citizen.] Dark rumors reach us, that the cattle plague which has Ro ravaged Eiu rope during the past two years l^as already made its appearance in this country, though as yet in a somewhat subdued form, »the warm weather,of spring and summer being required to give the disease its full malignity. The cattle here, it is reported, have not yet begun to die from it in its acute form, and with its usual disgusting symptoms when under full head-w ay; but the butter ihexyjeLd, is: pecu-liarTy offensive and sickening to whomsoever may partakeo^ it in any quahtir ty, emitting a slight but positively loathsome odor, when held to the nose;, and likely to cause giddiness, intense depression of spirits and general lassitude. rifHñ Tìinvnrd droju-iip-üt^ — i)eing forbidden to do so, jfrom tg $50, añdTóss ofíicense. For selling or giving liquor on Sunday, or on. an election or toww meeting day, imprisonment not roore thaii 20 days. For selling to a pauper t)i inmate of a poor or alms house, a fine of |25 and imprisonment not more than sixty days. _____;_________._„._:_ For keeping a disovderty house, or sufTering any gambling on the premises, ^rfeits th^bond of $250. : TluFi^a vtñg^ní tor selling liquor, and allowing it to be drank on their premises, $50 for each oíTénce. . For adulterating wines or liquors, or selling intoxi^ting wine or liquor« adulterated with poisonous or adulterated drog.s or misture^; tllree months imprisonment and a fiiie of $100. The Bufiolo & Washington Bailroad. Wo learn that the contractors,Messrs; Degj-aff, Smith &_ ^.,j»re rapid[y^er-Tecttng llieif arrangemerits foir com-mencitig the work on this important road, and that the negotiations for the Pa rchase of the i rpn^^^^^^^ this city atid Aurora have been completed. Do ouF cltizcns realizo the vast importance of this road ? It brings to this city the Pennsylvania Central, just as the Horncl|8ville branch did the N. Y- & Erie. This Pennsylvania Central is-ifl every way> ilm eqwalinlwportMce capital and position of the New York Central .and New York & Erie. By the construction of the Buflfalo & Washington Railroad, we secure the termination liere of a third grand railroad— anotlier route to New York,and for the first time a direct route to Philadélphía Baltimore and Washington. I -^ílad-tliis-road-beenr-in-ope^^^^ a greater military centre than El mira, and millions' of dollars %ould have been expended here in the outfit and keeping of troops. No person can over-«estiinatt! the importonce of this road to this cUy, cspeeially when we reflect that in addition to its other advantages, it is destined to open iv direct av-enujs to the Atithraeite coal of Pennsylvania, and to lead into the heart of her best Bituminous coal fields. We trust the Legislature will enable our citizens to grant,the trifling aid required tojn-Tture the coiísTí uclioñ ónhelBuBUo & Waslüngton road.—Buffalo^ Commer-cial. # New Postal Law. The money order system was amended so as to authorize the issuing of orders for any . sum not over .$20, and the charge or fee for an order under $00 to be 10 cents, and for an order exceeding that amount twenty-five cents. That a money order., shall, be valid and payable when presented within one year after date, bUt no longer. In case of the loss of a money order, a duplicate may be issued without charge. All railroad companies carrying the mails shall convey without extra charge all such printed r®ttier as the Postmaster General shall direct'to ttV transported, as also the person in charge of ^tife mails^if M shair injure or ^ef^co any mailable matter deposited' in any receiving or delivering box or shall wilfully aid or assist in injuring auch* matter, may bo fined for eacli offence not more than The following are the penaltiot« for the violation of the Law: For selling without liccnse, $50. For.not having oil tho articles required of an Inkeeper, $10 For not keeping up a proper sign, ^10. _ For selling to an apprentice or minor without consent of master or parent^ $10._ n . For selling to an Indian, $25. For selling or giving liquor to an intoxicated person, $25. For selling to an habitual, drunkard, ¿25 ...... ............■ ' wfrö liaHrfeeen äo receniiy converted Call it a "radical cabal" or a "Jacobin club," must and will bo the final arbiter in fixing the terms upon which the prodigal son shall rctui-h. And toe re-JornthaLthisüsa^iwenregladt^^ gremcan interpose'to save the Union men of ihe Soitth, md the kelplesa Wacka from violence md mLiiitinhenrp^JuiWd~o^ ■ Öioae lead- The "Pirtifrew»', published at Raleigh, North Carolina, underiataQd» the situatioa much better than manj^pen-at the North seem to. understand it t vevy explicitly saya; ................. ,, W'fihavo ^ottteiidtiii aiid'do contend that the obstruction« in the way of re-stojatiou aro tn tiie South and not in Congrms) not among the masse« of the people, but with the political demagogues and aspirants for office. When radicalism and disafTectiun shall disap^ pear in tho insurr ctiouary State» they will be restored to tho Union and not AnAcri»]>ropri4i r*r MMMaMb if« tìMtowBorPfìtMtrgib]* ÛméSS^tS Urum «M tb* M »f OotltM^f» llMMV TU Fiifti^theamifjrtmrtHt, .......Ii Èli »am» and JmtmUti, 4» nmn w/«m * SxcTioy if th« MK «r «Ht tkmtmmi mm av »Dinncli tb«reor u alitii Im ■iriiwff. ii iwrtii «pproprlited toriU pnrfrm «fiwlt^li^aMa»^ nent brtdge 0T«r tb« VMUaMgm «nNÉ» totvMS -Ctmam^ |>H4i t*t té ^«M ers tvhc wanted io hang menforpkading for peace in 1863 aud '64. J/ Congress .................. «v.™-«»^-, ion will eventually bo placed upq^ a " * *......'' solid foundation and the South will again prosper and hpr people be happy; but if it gives wxiy, and all shall be entrusted to tljose who ruled during the four years of terror and- tyranny that preceded the fall of thp rebellion, those men in the South whosufTered long and patiently on account of their devotion to the Government of their fathers will turn their backs upon the liornes and assocratrons^: of their^hntivit}'^and seek elsewhere thM-pw^^ that wonld bo ilenied them here.' We trnst that Congi-esa and the Preuident will not dc8ejfjt_lh04ielplesa 4rHimrity~i# tlre""South that Vill be true to the Government it proteoted. These are earnest words and from a source which ought to know. They express the universal sentiment among' ir,UQ patnots at the North And the South —that the hope of the country is in Congress and Congress must W sustained,- ---------.......................... A gre^ Fire on tho Hyde & ilgbert Farm, near Petrolenrn Center Saturday, March Slst, destroyed 25,000 barrels-of oil and $125,000 in property. ;Tho fire Originated fri)m a gas-pipe running from a tank of the Burlington ing oil running down the hill set fire to the famous Coquette Tank. The flames rushing toward the creek swept everything before them, and on reaching the qeek set fire to some 600 barrels which were filled and lying on the bank, togethi^r with, 17 tanlw of oil. All were destroyed. Some eleven or twelve boats lying in the creek, loaded tor Rhipraent, also took fire and were destroyed. At one time the creek was a vast sheet of flame., JanTîlUi im; l] KW DRV GO')LS 1 ai just urlved LOCKHART A ' 3Ï» Ayer*« Oathl^ Pilla country and 1 am opposed to letting them in. They wouldn't help govern the country. President Johnson can't carry a single §late north of Mason's line but Kentucky, and I wish be would carry that State to "hell!" They have forty Rebel papers in Tennessee, and but seven of them are loyal. The thirty-tluee are bitter, artful, Rebtl tííieetR, many of them edited by Northern Copperl eads—the meanest class of men that walk on earth. They are meaner than Judas Iscariot, Arnold and Burr were patriots compared to them. r \ Our Stat^ I^egislature is at a lock-^ 21 membera bolted They alt in-^orBír^«ident-JP<^hnHoii7-~ít^ have^ left 200 lunatics and 800 convicts to atarve. I have provided money to feed them; if the next Legislature refuses to lefiiiid^tW «KHieyi I? wUj;t«ir» Jin4:ihit«onvj<1wjoo»c ;oii_|liddJ(ÉiTen^ iieéaee. Ü iríU 1» the ^at phyiic they evarhad, i criterion for soundness, varying with difierent animals, and even thq^ same animals when differently fed er pastured. The milk, too, is of course afiectcd and-made somewhat nnhealihjr^ by the disease: but not so much as the butter (of which it yields very little), in which the intenser virus of the maU ady would se^m to be condensed and intensified. Many of our most distinguished city doctors have of late been called in to attend patients sufTering frota. the symptoms we have already noticed forming elearlj- a new disease, but one which, at first, they knew not how to diaganose or olaaaify under any recognized head or family of iTmediea. , This doubt has been at length unhappily dispelled by the scientific research of some Eminent physicians from Germany and England, who have had recent and extensive acquaintance with the rind,erpettt or cattle plague, in its varying and often its most subtle forms and who are unanimous in expressing their ibelief that this new disease, chiefly appearing in those who eat butter carried from certain districts to the New York markets, is but ar^other manifestationV of the cattle plague in one oMts earlier and milder forms; ^TKël>rîdgë.wRlcïriîw the town of Petroleum Centre from the farms alluded to, took fire several times, thus cndangcriiip;' the place, but the flaraes were fiuaily extinguished. There was nothing burned on this side of the êreek. The heaviestiosors by llie disastrous fire which occurred on tlw l^yde and isgbert farms are thé followingt. W. H. Holdeman, 4,000 barrels of oil m tanks and barrels; Haldsman & Hassan, 3,000, barrels of oil, in tanks— insured ; Miller & Edwards, 325 barrels of oil, in boats on the creek; , J. P. C/oates 1,000 barrels of oil in tanks-—in-sured. _ Uapt. Waftefsotnoft seven or eight boats and barges, vftlued at abour $4, 000. J. R Frick Ijst 3,000 barVel? of oil, luostly in; tanlk. ■ Hé -^Isb ^ oWned the Pittsburg: House, a largo hotel and Tvare-ropm , which were dès froyedrT His loss altogether is about $20,000. He had $3,800 insurance on the hole. Among the number of wells destroyed are the following: ^ The Coquette,34. Olive B'-^nnh, Hnllia. the town ofColliiift unii ririTibria. á<m""fw safileg, nod «tor M«r the vltei ^¡m« «fe« lit coT«r«d briéire fomerlr ttMd M ti» I»<Im la. ■erratioti tod for ymblicme, «ntflttki «MC m' f fbk point for the eon«tnicU»a «f» hr^An «ttk referrence to permuie'net «né «coaoi^jrT p«td tint)} the comnüwiMÉn Iwniaarnw «mmÍ •htll fütBÜh ^^ dene* thkt the Indiai» b«v» famlilMi comnimioneti Attaint. «MìmrtÉlÉ, to _ ___ «omtracUan or inch bridfM, of tk* *«l«i «ir tw thooMnd dollars, or if tb«/ «btil famfcfc m #tnotnit in bnftüinR infcfiriai of Imi (bu nr* thoaannd dolían ia value, th«a thai tMy «MS jiMC pald-Ua-add--co»miMl«it» j«- iw aum ButBcient (with the bnildiaf aiMciitl édv to tfaake tiro thaiuand dollari^ Mif iafd ureriil atiuaetiial timkifniwê. § 3. Asher Wright, NtJTiMar Jt AU« «^H be tbe 1» locntè the Kofd bridge accqr^ing to tii»|ñ^lrt«i«a» of the preceediR«; ■«ctton, and to Mperai«»d tmá dirert tbe building themt witb f«U wmtr 1» ronke »tich locati&tt. an4_to eoBtiiactfiir-aalivU 3. In cue of tbe death or rcfUaid t* «mw «f eafdconimiBsionerfv of either oftbeaa, troller shall appoiat onie proper pmos wr «Mr* son in the place of bin or them m iviag or refusing to Mrfo - ^ § Tho aaid coanniRHSoacra, before tk^rwrtir upon the discharge of their dnti««, «hall eaeii «X- ~ ecnte aeeperafe bond tb the ofibto Sli^ in the aam of three • thouatmd doilaM. vilh t«a or more fiuHtioa, to be approved bythtfinqK troller, conditioned ror4he fAitbfal DtrfkiriwuM oftbeir datief!ttndertbl«'act. Sl Tiiosaid commiiiaiooert aball aceaaat to the comntroller, from time to_titee«ar'li»-. i4Mll- j »qaire for all monejareceived^r «nMWacd W them ondcr tbfa act: aad within idaqr altar the oompletion of ibe aatd hridge wrf a «v-conntofaU thetr expeadinrea. Hi« «kM e«a-nfNSionera aball be entitled to jrecdMr ■ tiuM a ollara each for every d y the* iball mptotlvtijr dov^toto the4ie;oTjnattBj|!.0l.tbek.4ailefc---------- § 6. The treasurer abalt pay on ih* aramat af the comptroller, the anm hereiaberer* awiwd. atcd, or 80 mncb tb^of aa tbt coHftiaiwr aaaU preaeribe. § r: Tbia act abal! talce effect inaMdIatalif. SMraoFNitwyoii». 1 Office «f the Stentaiy of atrta. j t htTC eompartd tbe ))r»c«4lnf( «Kb tbe' WMiwI Imt on file {q thla offle», «nd do borrbr eartUy Ibat UW aasif it a correct trauaerlpt tberef^cm aad cf 1fc««l«)» ofMldorljflBil law. v The suspension of the BaakiDg: House of Culver^ Peno k Co. and tb« subsequent failure of fire or fix of. t^ National Banks in Venango and Craw* ford counties, Pa, have closed iipM little commotion on the street, e>|g|«c»> ally ' atnong Petrolenm ^ opcffsiorf. ThcJBrm-say. 4bat they- cm- Taco wiv -Witt not'cause any loaa'dn of their customers. When thoaejwrt^M of Vanango county, which ^ are now flourishing towns and citiea, were dreary wastes, and_ the dwellc« in "Oil dorado^' were buried at ft wcif ia the wilderness far frou clriliiatioB--^ -when the rock waa amitten and- ? tha precious treasure bubbled to , tbo «a^ face—when the fortunate poattaaot^^ of an oil track, surrounded on all atdet b^ tho element of wealth, waa aUll daiitK tuto of tho tneana by wbidi it »ifbi be eonvet^t^ into available findi-^ then Mr. Culver came forwaid with the current notes of bia bank (Ibt Bank of Crowford €o. Pa.) aad oaah* ing tho oil proprietora' draft% them to prosecute their bnKaeM cessfnlly. He eaUbliihed baoka 1 them, and 4;avc an impettw toiiMiiniwt which probably would act hat« 1mm communicated other roeii.. Ht if^ tilated and acquired wealthy mm it was while he waa engajged ta m en* terprise which would luive «ontribalad to a great extetit to the proi^ml^^of-one section at ieaat of th# icgiwiiy that he became embarraaoed, , It, » possible he committed an error friieB he determined to avoid Oil Oitj m laying the track for the railroad fnai leao to Pithole City. CerUin it ikal hijL new enterprise arouavd tka natioh and jealousy of tbe (Ml Citf capitalistM to such an extent that UMf determined not onty to mia lUiMb hHk the parties engaged in m > ment. They accordingly poato4,fla* cards about the town, makinip •llNfi" tions in|urou8 to the fioancial ataadian »fihn N-atinnalRanlfa nf fi P A Cm ^ one thousand dollars and be imprisoned for not more than three years. Wise to Know, bct Weak to Do.~ There is do. more, pitiable eight than that'of^yonng man stricken-by weak* ness of will, yet polS^ei^ld WT^cient knowledge to feel the loss. Wishing to do, but too enervated in will and in body to act. Heavy-eyed when he should possess the eye of an eagle, listless when oyery nerve should ter, Ëagle; Jersey and Maple Shade. The Coquette Company lost 12,000 bbls of oil in tanks. Govkkor Dillingham has appointed in the Senatorial vacancy occasioned by the death of Hon Solomon Foot.— Mr. £diiK>nd8 is a lawyer and stand» _con8iderablfL.in_pub,lici^^ifer-and was ^eaker of the Vermont House of Rep-reactilatifes in 185t and 1858, tingle with energy, dreaming iu Jisu^of doing, because, he will persist in nsing the many worthless Fluids and Inks that are being palmed off upon a too confiding public as a good article. —Let him use the Exelsior Writing Ink, and nature will again resume the sway. Sold by all Book Sellers. Grandmother," said like seriously, to Mrs. Partington, "have you" heard the report that the.jPrince of Wale's baby "has not got all his fingers on one hand and that both his legs are not right?" 'Lor bless mei" exclaimed the old lady. 'Then how could he eyer wield the scepter of the realm, or walk as he ought to?" Ike, however pi^etended not to hear the remark but began clipping the jcat's whiskers, and grinning to thilik that his grandmother did nat see that nobody has alLtlie fingers onone^and nor anybody two right lega. ^ _ 19» There is nothinpr—tlie^armer The phosphorus contalHedTinTliem ia the richest matter for farming purposes. They should never .be thrown away; either break them up^.as fine aa you can and apply to the soil, or burn and pulverize them. Treated in thia w«y, or redu«id by acid or alkalies» they are the most direct atimnlanta the soil can have. Xhey rank among superphosphates. Save the bonea'and give them to your garden in aome foraj or other, _ thttajcau8Ìug-a"R4m,'* wUek .makad in the auspenaion of tha boaaa aai the temporary cloaing of Iber baaH. t ia atated that if the eraiib aoaldlwva )een deferred until lionday, all mmii»are-been-well; ... . 000 Wré expcclëdTIroak bonda of tbe Reno {»«perly. Hawto Xatelulf Make a trench at tba waipMt ytiaa' of the garden; into thia paliMi Information baa reached Jefferson-City, that the copperheads and rebels in the conservative countiea oftbe State arc determined to oppoae and de= feat the teaching of negro achoob. They have, in fact, incorporated it aa a plank in their political piatforma, and in several .countiea they have already defiantly proclaimed their hostility to tl» prqfcct, and' resorted to the old time expedient of ejspelling from their midst tAe„^npxioa8^pci?8o08 to conduct the school«, in the same spirit as <vhiBn slavery waa in fnll blMt aa if the ol&Bder waa a bofrible aboJi* tl^StSi-—-——— Gov. Fento:^! annOuncea that the Ira Harris Hospital, in Albany, has been opened for the reyption of discha^ed J^jÔft àci^ löldi^fa who"tw^ aërví^fi t^ forcea of thia Sta1e7aiid w aiokncRS or disability^ at^iwäble tö provide for themselvea. mr BeBow'a Sonthem Sewm eati-matea that the Mtpenae of com now it lor ;Sa[prdma![7 orop on that tunoant of land BOW ia $159,000; leavinf a margin of net profita of $84,«60. about, three inchea; aad oa Ada. gtct earth three inehea; on tliia plaia Hw aeed, and cover them. wiUi mhMmI two or three incbca. Cfaaawfcam IImm treated are aaid to «¡«aa Mllw« 1» ia» dure rain, drouth, aade»MiaipiiiiH far better those treatad aaolili Against aevere atgkMnwl ttigt, be protected by boaid»v bow to lailt luh« pkhmm Never take fieak act4a.a( imki bat alwaya take iMed two or iiir.jaaM old. Old cQCombaia «¡wia M kaai earlier and more frait lMlitiii#A make weak jplaata aai .mm genaiaatiag.. - HnchoTtlMaiidortlw «all liiiMt. Thia will atreaftlna OwiwiS eTSa vine the lateraia iflll and yon will C«t I aetaiaacaia... Auex. W. Fawm. «iél ot^ ib Ubaoaaadia< _____in tha lobbMY orfMKMifrMiilb i Bailwav, aad » UtttoCAloay. ^ ;