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   Angelica Reporter (Newspaper) - June 27, 1866, Angelica, New York                                 iMi«^'» jpaa' itBAWit .19' Aov Afei^. ... li «kei« foment U t^*»  I MOBth», Fifty UenU »ddlUonal wlUb« icha||M  W* aluge uideompleto ■MoitmcntojrpiUii «•« ftney tjrp«. ui(l«xoeIlent pMM«i. «nd arc prav*-H4 W 4« lMka4bUli. Uw cMca. book* cltcnUra. owda. uhI la «irt almoat all kim* of plain and tencr print-iiMt» aMatt^rompt, and cheap.  «¿è « Í s '  J. H« Eggleston.  .Wktob Maker,And Jewcltr, an4dealer 1« all kinds of Gboka. Watchcn, and Jewelry R«i)ft(ring doiae oa aho'ci aotice and rc-a« Maaole ierraR. AngeUc«,Peb.l5, 1864. ^ 1386tf  18IUCA~~IIUl»AIIC£^nCI V Arctic Insurance Co. (;apitaî4 - - - - - «ñoóioo  áSápTS i - - - V I65O.Ó00  R. ttoYD, Agení.  Angel!«», April 1, 1865. 1444  Dr^ a J Carver.  DENTIST  ' benúi roo nu oter the atore of S. N. Bennett & Co. SmiUi Darla' Biock^ Angelica. «sr I have no  ____________________________________134301-  Im SmiUi  PÊNSIONS,  BOUNTllffî, and Back Pa^, procured by the sabiwriber.  R. LLOYD, Claim Agent. ÁngcUca,N.Y.,1864. Ì40Uf  DR. H. B. ÖORTON.  FIRE INFRANGE.  HORNELLSVILLB AOBNCY.  iEtna Inaurancé Company,  IlARTFX)itD, CONNECTICUT Xnoorporaled $2,250,000.  HARTFORD INSmAKCtS COMPANY  tNCOB'POBATED 1810—CiFITAL |1,000,000;  Pn(ENIX INSURANCE COMPANY, llarlford GounecKcat. incorporated 1845--capital $600.000  mitY^RMimmÀ^ WMPAUY,  Capital $250,000,  ''HèNtìFmiURT^^ New York City. capital $1,00v,000.  NORTITAMEBICANÌNSU/tANCBCO., narttord, ConDecticat—Capitol $30r,000.  METRIPOLITAN INSURANCE CO. New York City. Capital—1,000.000. insurance can be effected with tl'.e Bub-  ('( mpan!eB,on Dwellings, Stores, Churches, KfiCtòrlès, Personal Property, itc., ou terms us f&TorableaA other responsible instiìntipna. A ly commnnicationo addressed to him at llMiaellsville will meet with promp.t attea* tlon, J. 0. MILLER, Agenv.  March 8, 1863—pdly  _ Friendship. N. Y.__  - Pi M. FISH ~  BXi-A-OiCSlN^ITH,  , Ijorner.of Main nnd,01ean strwt, «ppo-' i-ite "Rathbun's Hotel; where j II kinds •f Bli^ksmithing will be done on the Jhorteat notice, and most reasonable tcrois— find Horse and Ox Shoeing in a etfperior ttanner.  Also, Mahufacturer of Carriages, Bug-jJIW, Wagons. Ac.; and repair!nji done on ■hort~notice—one doorsoutb of the Blacksmith Shop, onjDI an street. . Aoi  loliellca. N. Y.  l.mitf  3 A X T E R'S  iKStitlltc of pusif,  AGENTS WANTED'  NO W HEA^DY I J. T. H E A D L E Y'S  History of the War, ridxiplete Ik two Volumes, also issued  \^comploto in one'volume. Comprising ovgr l2U0 Kóyàl Octavo Pages, aud 7() fine Hteel Engraving«. Ttie best, chcapcHt, most intcrcsUng, popular and ÀiU* nable Biiitory of the Bebelllon pabUshed, ^ hich in fully attefstcd by the onormoua saie it hasrcacbed, and is now selling witli idei^jaaiilg rapidity  OUR AGENTS SAY 11 IS THE BEST BOOK THEY EVER SOLD.  Sold only; by Subscription, Exclnslvc territory given, Sciiool Teachcrfli Farmcw, Offlcers and Soldiers who have returned f om the war. andare seek-in|i'profitablo"cràploytOcut^plett3.e:;flend-for-our circular givinefiiu'partfcuiavfi. , Addresa  AMEICAMl^tjBLISHINO COMPANY. 14^ Asylum Stréct. Hartford, Conn, ScttAN COM Bunn, Ageuta .  April 11, 1860:ml.  SftUM fodri}.  TiwTojpDog«  Tha wotM, tho great big wotld.  From the peaaant up tu iha kin«, Ha9 thet same tato to t«U that I tell, And the aamo aong to «Ing.  Por yo» and «« they care not a fig, Kor aik which,jia wrong or right.  For the upper dog-In the flght. .  1 tell rou tíut this great big worl«  WUI b%t for a mourant, atop. Td aee which dog inay be in fault. Then shout for the dog) on top.  Ah Eumjvkmt fbaamsst.—One will look long to find a tetter d^ription of extreme old age ttian the frtUowliig, WfHtfeu In tbrfeaf WÖ, by Nathaniel Lee. ,  ••Of tt« AilSfBwirj of no Waat ha dted/^^^^^^  ^Lven wondered at b^uae ho dropped no sooner; Fáté seemed to wioa mm op to« foursctna years, Yet freshly imn he on ten winters more ; TilL-Uka a clock, worn oaiwtth beattag ttim, The wheels of wwtry life at last stood sUU." rnmtmmmmrniâmÊlÎiâiSS^m^^mm^mmmimmÊmmmmmttmm  M  .jo HIV t:Ai^  GENUINE INDIAN. and u Cliiof li !i trilM» for twiMity j'nurs.would le-ppectfnlly annoiince to the Ladies and C'enile-nien ofthis place, (b!\t he can be ¿onsulted at theTracfy Ilonso, in BKLMU.VT, vìz: Ou ihe Sth day Jannury. Ihe Cth ol M .rdli, llib.'ìih of May. Al#o. pne (l;iy in everj two moiith» durlnj; latiti, of which ni»tice will be givcn in Ibis piipcr.  FRIENDSHIP. N. ^  (tktablislLeíiJn-ia5;U) . ..... '_____Al30.jit \&ll.svijle, m .oï Jaminry,  Il cur t (• l). p it. _______  i miiké «u iny oiv i M^diclae^ and ca» ï m Indiiii m )ile of cnriiiii-  FiMtivllil^-^cvi'« l'i v helr to  alci atld musical composition.  JAMES DASïEni -  Principàl ana l'ror''«'*'" •  «f*Send for a circular UOG.tf  Amos R. Smith,  kt"* Caneadea, would respectfully annouucp ï to the afflicted relatives of dèi  O to the afflicted relatives of deceased poI dien«, that ho in a le^ally aufiorized Agent íér Allegany and adjoinin? Counties, to pro core Bouhtles of Deceased Soldlerf. Aleo for thecoHection of ßacic Pay and Pensions. lÌHted. Ciiu»adea.. Muich_29^l iiU5. - -----------  FIJKN1TII  E. REMINQTON ÄC ÖÖNÖ.  Wholesale and ret.%il  BY  COOK 6L FORSVTH  1Ü  ANGELICA:  ttF EVEllY liESCltll» riON and STYLE  Both Home-Made "Boughten,"  Which win " be sold tiiiedpcr lhan at nn^ other Establishment in the State.  tn*addltion to ovir  Cfiiflplete Assortment  op  CABINET-*WARi  ___________We hav&on hand a-Splendid stock  tt^d ii-k-i n g G l^ s^s e 8 ,  "Nelly" in ihe Rural New Yorker gives some very sensible and pointed "advice <o girls,^ ^hich fnij^ht gnite as appropriately be tìtyled "hints to youngj men." They were not written for the region-of Allegany,-ond-oan have no personal application hei'd—OÌ course, yét wc publish in order tliat our renders may see how cleverly "Nelly" cuts up the girls of the counties of Chautauqua and Every-where-else.  Girls, you,want to get married, don't you? Ah, what a natural thing it is for j'ou young ladies to liave such liunkerinff for tli& sterner sex? It is a weakness that W<mian. hap, and for this reason she is called the weaker sex I Well if you want to get maj ried don't for consciciicc» sake act like fools ubbijt it. Doti't ffo info a fit eveiy thni; you see a hat and a pair of whisk-«•rs. Don't get the idea into your heads thafry-fiu must put yourselves infi>^4hc way of every young man in the neighborhood, in ordei' to attract notice; for if you don't run after them, they vvill run after you. Mark that I  A husl»!Uj(Miniiter is the most detestable of all young ladies. She is full of starch and puckers, she puts on so many false airs, and she is so nice, that she appears ridiculous in the eyes of every decent peivson. Slie may generally bo found at cliurch or meeting, coming in, (if course about the lust one, always at sficial parties,and invari.tibl^' taking the-frmit seat-at-concijTls.-Slie TiiesrcT b"e~tit(Tlj^e^^  ibinka she is. I'oor girIX Yott are fitt'ii^ yourself for an old rnaid, juat iis sUrtMliS '^»^'^iiih coriies on Sunday. Men will flirt with j'ou, simply because they lovo to doit; but they iiiive no inon- idea of miiking you a wife than tlu-y have of coiiiinitting suicide. If 1 were, a votiti}^ inun I  Ooi^tfjfeac»  Book Fourth, and last of the New Gospel pf Pe»e «cdtítáiti^ iö St. Benjamin is pat> and it contains many "good pointü'^preiented in Its pccnliar style. We niake ihc following e.xtracjt which we cominmil„„|di the jpettsalof "Kopuvhcdds^  1. And it came to pass after the striding of Abraham that the sect of Smalphri amon'^ the t/îfàiifchrats said among themaeWes, Lo nowliad it been the day of our triumph had we not been at c-nmity wUh Andrew who sitteth in the 8 at of Abraham. ^ Ä- For Aûdrew was a Dimmichrat;  mad^  governor over his province the Kopúr-hedds and- tlie sect of Smalphri reviled him and spoke evil against him day by daj say ing.  á. This tnahis like the beasts of the field, for he valloweth like a sow, and ho ra\^cnoli like a wolf, and his ravings apd ns bowlings are like the wild beads of the forests, he is faithless ss a w|fcrit;Jifc^ajiá a Cock, atricc is he u to the men of hiá sect and his provin e.  4. Moreovei hp made garments aioí^tiñfe fof i 0 Phríé'tahs, and cansed tl^rti to turn a (ray from the handiwork of the sons of lizpit.  5. And whe Aiiprew was cliosen to be seiJcnd íf ííi'e laud and to rüíe if need be in he stead of Abraham, then were the jailing« revilings of the Kopurbedds aild tht; fiett of Smalphri against hfm teUold geater tlíríT! before. For they'thougít that Ihiis tliey would comniend thcrni^jlvcs u ito their masters the Phiretahs by reviling a man born amoog them who loved ttie land of Unclepsalin more than he loí-'eíí the everlasting Nigjah, and who had set his facci against them ill Iheir-rebellifm  6. And chief imong them who-reviled Andrew was a Assokald Edittah, the SCI ibe in Gotham, who to gain the World 4ra.d^¿»st lu\H owl sou  7. For altbougli lie reviled Abraham and his chief counsellors day bj' .day, and had reviled ihem for three years, eve,r since ho had sold himself u7ito the Koptnhedds in the second year of the rule of Abraham, yet he puldjshed it unto the people of Goíbam that they should pray that the life of Abraham might be preserved, lest^iierchance the rule might fall into thC' hands of this Andrew whose sirUiUne was John-sing, saj'ing that he was like unto a beast, eVeiV to imelean^lMiast- that worslítppcd^tT'íiie city of Swine-sin-  nauglit^, .»u't lit" ilttvi (tiiiii a t^ol^t; ir»  Tu 1 e the faTid c>f UhculpVaIni.  8. For bo luflbouuht liim not that  Hon, Gharles Cook of the Harana Journal give« the fottowiug Obituary notice of a favoritp Horso. Aa Mr. Cpoic is a Bacbeloi*, the desolation of his family circle must nearly corn-  Died in this village, on the fifth instant, in the ^.^rdyear of his age, ''Old BiU,"a fí6T)le specimen of a horse|known atfd respectcd by all of onr citizens. He had intelligence ejiough to make a College Professor. Fot' tho last 10 or 15 yearn he has been useá íftfly. as-ft^ein gUj Imsn about this alfc'ets of the village. Ilia usual habit has be^n, the teamster gives him an early breakfast jMbiOTjMiÜDg^-ihitó.heiB him iicfora 4hc  \Zá.á%^ mm.^ ____J_____A- 1-«.... n «ft  little wagon, and says to him, "BUl^gp down lothe iSank," mA he starts up th^ lane, without adriveivpasses two large atones at each corner of itib lane, out on to the street,then turns sqartf iff the left, passes on for a distace then turns square to the right down another street and from there would walk in all his dignity of manrier tg^the First National Bank,and \voiil(l stand there uintil want ed for tise. Aftev U8e,tlit) owiW^ drive back to the Bank, get out of the buggy and"teK Old BUI to go to the bam. Ir the teamster was not at the barn, liia  would wait for him^ when he would be watered and fed,and after dinner would be at the Bank again ready for duty again as asOal. If from any cause he was not used, ho would, of his own accord start for the barn at about 12 o' clock, and return to the Bank again soon afftef dinner. Ho could bo sent home for iViilé'a abotft the •tillage with entire safety, if he was not met fc^ a stranger, who seeing him loose, supposed they were doing the owner a favor by tying him to the fence. In that case he would have to be sent for. Those iVere liis general habiti^ of life, which he learned ft>r himself and might be soen in the streets during pleasant weather. His color was brown, with a small white «tar hi his forehead, the  J^^^He on hiitf^ hF hands high, with evi^ry gcVifOt ^OÍnt in ithe horse well developed, vC'fíK and commanding form,and intelligent^ seldom equalled in a horse, tíe has now perfbrnicd his last duty and passed rtway, and bifl owner within a few years will also pass away, and the two weie about all there was of Havüna.  Great fire.  The Pitholo Jiecord of last ThtfrS-day B'ays: ___• . . •  Huch a with a  For till' United States Service. Al.so.  POCKET AND BELT REVOLVERS,  llepcatlnyr I»I»tol&,  mf'Li' CA^'t'S, HEVOLViN^i llti'LES Billo & ShotOnn Barrels, & Gnn Materials, genneral-ly. Sold by (lua Dealers end tho Tnide thronghont Ihe country.,. -----------------------  III these days of House Breaking and Bobbery every House, Store, Bank, and Office Bhould have one of KEMINGTPN'S EEVOLVERSi  fiirciilors containing cnts and descriiJllon of our Amis will be furniBlied « pon application.  E. llEMINOroN i: SONS. lUon, N. Yi • Mocue NiCHots. Afientj, ,  fio iO Courlland St., Xow'i'orki nittr; 21. ............ ........... .............  yoti it  Coiigl»  no Mòre !  DRsSTRIOKUND'S  mellifluous  OfAL t»ICfORE FRAMES & MOLDINGS. A Ciilti.liT VAltlETY OP STVI-ES»  Aiia, CKved dnSAMEMTAL BBACKETS. add Various dth^^Hdd«¿h6ld Fixtures.  S pt i il g B e d s Ml A 1? T R fi 8 S E S i  A laftfe stuck and Great Variety.  CALL AND SBB US DKFOrtE ¿uYiiia.  p. S —The trade can be supplied with Chairs, Bedsteads, and all rtlher Gabinet W^tfCrin the white orfihished, on liberal terms.  G.W.COOK, E. A. FORSm.  Main Street, one door west of the ttalhbum Hotel.  1423 Angelica, N. Y.  Gough Balsam  is warranted to be the only prepa-raUon fcoown toc«re coughs, colds, hoOTBcness, asthma, whooping cough, chronic coughs, conaumpUon, bronchitis aii'l croup. Bein^ prepared from' honey and herba it is healing, softening, and expectorAOnRt and particularly suitable ior all aflecUons of the Throat and Lungs. For sale by Druggists everywhere. -  im. STRICKIAND'S  Pile  ..... — Has cured thoujandA„or thejrorst —— ------—-----— v..............-  -poarance as a ncat-and^iai  woulil have no more do with fancy woman than 1 would viper.  Now, girls, let Nelly give piece of a^viWi^KTsh^kiio ws from ex-perience that if you practice it, you will gain the reputation of being worthy girls, and stand a fair chance of gettiiig reapetítablü hlísbands. it J9-.;í]L t^bll eíioiigh to lingcr-the pianoV &c., but don't neglect to let grand-mama or your mother teach/you how to make pitá and píiddin^í?, áiid get a rneal oT vituals good enough for a king. No part of a lionsekeeper's duties should be neglected^ if yoll do not marr}' a Weaiiny husband, you will need" to know how to work; and if you do, it vvlH be of ho disadvantage toyoii to kuaA? lb itiátríict a ser^ vaiit girl to do these things as you would have them done.  In the next jilace don^t fJlCtfeJld ttf be what you are not. Affectation is the most despicable of ''atiiíotrijiíiglK ments," and will only canse sensible people to langh at you. No one. but a fool will be caught by affectation} it has a transparent skin, tíásily to be seen through. Dress plain, but li&atly. Remember tliat nothing gives a girl so modest, bec^i>mu»g a  From hmA wbd batter, ooat wid gralM, and carpel«, hoo|» Mid kwi, AmdihaTa thiji m%y tlwrnoney foe« h y- ^wtmetjiitwtWm  Howgoeelhe»oneyi-N»y, , SîSï2Ï2iÎÂÏÎï  Don't èrerybodf know the w»y f ^ ^^^ vmmom 1  It firoei fnr bonnets, ooata and chjmi. Silk«, patina, ^Oslin«, veWettí. ¿f4W, Shawla. ribboha. fura, furbt!k>wa, _ And that's the way the mooey ecwa.  pMwd «hi yfohlMtl^ytWI  fiCooto||MW-tMnfu««l folly «tminei «ad jk^ la  ■" ........ ?ém¿a.i  Miràoatf'^luMaa.iM^dp^li^ At My Other IrifHUUm «ir .inHiit^ii Üiitw 9b«í) pt«iimtlheinMl«i^U äM^ji^^ «f the Mid healtk ottcw iwoMdlrttjr 1» értw tk* «ild«trtiiml «rattimidRlo lirliK^lrtiHiriHt  How upoet the money?—Sare. I wish thf ways were tomewhat fewvr I It froM for w«^ ^Aim, delrt«^ For p:vint«, pomaae and «oh 4» rm¡ ; And that's the way the n^nvy.goei.  How goes the iiK>ntc)'f-'l7ow, . I've »cwcaA<iw¿to «wation '  It gotii/qr feathers, laoeii. ring». Toys, doll*, and other baby thlnvt,, Whit»«, whtnl«, caMdtes, bell* sad tib#s. And that's the way tho Tmrnoy goe*.  Row goes the moneyf—Cone, 1 know it don't go for rum; It goes for schools aAd Sabbntlii Chhnes, . It goes for charity sometime«, . For missions and^inca things m those, Andlhatli Ihe'way the money go«.  Hotr goertJhe money!—theiHi,  -.l'4iM>utot-{vtticii«c,--tdecIaro t—-----------  It goes for plays and diamoiKl pins, For ipublie alms and private For hollow sbamn and silly uVowt, -And ihaf s tho way the momf ~ '  Field of diffkrejii Varietiks or Potatoes.—A correspondent of the American ^^griciifturiBt gi^eei fblftftfing as the result of his experience last year in growing different varietios of potatoes: '  . Bushels per acre, Guscoe...................... .360  Garnet.;...........  Rusty Coat...................980  Pciach Blow...................240  White Peach Blow,............230^  Prairie Seedling......230  Blue Mercer..................;220  Buckley's Seedling... .210 Buckeye....................,200  White Merccr.......:..;..... 180  Fluke...................... ..160  Prince Albert....._____________ 160  their remains boxed wltiiat<dfcìsÌH piallii at qukk lime, f^ttphale of Iroa ar ' - ' ' lants, pnd v^Mi «mflkknt  s«M box to porrmi. tb£ _ _ ______  and to 1« äüi Jato the water of «I* «11 mA: It shiili also ba^hls awty toclwn jit fila fr^ brMltâb^igéwlei dieMrfli «riíMllsa «f the sltlp in wHldi Mid telimi! «tmímÉ» wm lytmrw tmnmetrt. and »¡m U mm Ow" dothtng and MMMóf at} Ukh^ ««» uT A« «UI«» or tiittíitiipá in sUogblir md MA W  beclerniaedaiiddMnf_____  « 2. WilHam Kelly, of DotdftMí htmÊf, Manen» R ItUrlcIt, of Ontiiilo mly« «mI Lewis F Allea, of Erl« countv, ai« iisreby aç» polotet M «iw&tinioners nnder tUi act «ad with powenand duties tiereiaaflar mmmf rated  $ 4, In Ihe «vent-of «ay stwii üImiÍií a/ the Rindenpeiit aa Infectintis diseaK «f eattk or sheep breaking oot or bdngsiMHcted to «iM th «ny roöilirym Ute "W tho"  duty of all pewons owning or hatfag any fotsr-e«t whatever In the said cattle, Imsaediatrif fo.^f}fyjhe..aaîd çommlqRkiaen. or mf mm. of them of the exuteoce of said disease: »ben-upon the «aid comwMotteni ahiU «¡atoara sanitary cordon aroond^ocli Jooillty.  thereupon Ik shall be tlíe dtity of tbo aúd oa«-roiwionerfl to «nx^nt «ia»i«iMit <onuaiaiior«r for stiehdistrkt with dbtiM with aH powrtf eonferrod by this act oa ibe said ooiaaiMonno or their j«ents or ^xlolnteei, which said «mí». tan t o'om missioneir shall lai-mediately proceed to the pUçe or plaoss whcia SQohdiseaselarenortyltoaadeaase thâ Mid animal or ivâtàti» io be sépantod Aätfi^ ccnncctioti or proximity with or to all other animalaof the ruminant order, and tako socii other preeautlonary mewaresii» nboll be ébam-e«l neccemary: if in bis opioioa the wiM diwivie shall be lacaraUe or thn»lsa.tiij|piead to otiior animahi, to cause the sao»* InmmmU-ately to be slaaghtered, their naadas kr bo' deeply 1)uried and all place« in whidit 11» «dd animala have bwñ vonfined or h«fl» (b bo clcanoedr and disinfected hf ßgmekm aUnra mentioned; aod also t» caifye C&o SMM «a W locked or barred so as to prevea* aH aoesss to the same by any animals of a like fctod ñ» a period of at least one jtbonth. Aa)r oaiaial thuTKiaughterad shalHio «ppnriMd aadst tho supertidon of sM oammÍsrfoB«»..aBd oiiíí*' half <f the vaine of said aalmal .shall bo yafct  lEarly^ine............150  ...... * ' ' * * ' » "IB VBIUC UI saiu m  Eafìy I/y Reinan .........120 I by the State to the owner  Early Cottage........t ........110 § ô- It shall be the duty of tbesald  Early Sovereign...............80 I Çpmmisslimer, or at any tlnM tbena^, of  Uough: tiiid Ready............. 56  the breaking out. of the said disciass hi aaj place contiguous to the same and wMMa tho  effects a permanent cure ranted to euro. " per bottlei'  -Tryi it directly. It is war-For sale by all Druggists at 60 cents  DYS?i^PSIAs  D.1U -SmiCKLAND'S TONIC is a concentrated preparation of roots ana herbs, with nutiaclds_and carrain»-tivcs to Btrbngthen the stomach and ______neSvous system. It is a certain remedy for dyspepsia or iudigesUon, nervousnesa, loss of appetite, acidity of the stomach, flatulency and debU-ity. It ia not alcoliolic. therefore particularly suited for weak, nervous and dyspelitic persons. Fot sale by 411 Druggists everywhere at {1 per bottle. Jail' ly- T168  PIlCTOU sthickland's  Tonic !  STJEML, PEJy U^OltKS,  FACTdkV, CAMDEN, IV. X.  .All the mummery and tinsel-work of the itress-maker aisd milliner are Un necessary. If you are really handsome, they do not add to your beauty one particle; if you are homely they only make you look worse. Men don't court your face and jt welry, but your own dear selves.  Finger-lings and folderols may dp to look at, but they add nothing to the value of a wife—all yOung men may know that  Andrew migiit (ine day isit in the seat of Abraham.  9. Thus it was that the Konurhcdds were at enmity will» Andrew, and that they IjeSVailed themselves) saying. Behold now Andrew is a Diinmiehrat and we alf»o aie Dimmidiratis- /woe^ Jinto^ US that we have revilud him, else we rtiight joinuurselves unto him and set ourselves against tlie Phiretahs (now that they are conqui red),and he would make us his ofHcet S ftiid the government should again be in tlio hands of bur faction, and we ehould bo tax-gatherers, and sit ill tb.e i'cceipt (if «iiatom.—  10. And it came to pnss that after a little while they did strlvcnto join themselves untd .r^ndrt-lv, and they Tjowed themselves dowii Unto him and said. Hail my lord chief ruler of the land of Unculpslni that i.s to be. And they conipioniised them-scdves unto him. : __  11. But. of all tliat compromised themselves the chiefeSt w.Ts^^,^ A Edittah who had gained his World and lotjt his soul ; for he compromised himself daily before Audrewj and crawled on his Vielly in the dust before him, and ¿aid, Be gracious my lord iinto the meanest of thy seivantal and iet-.-the lifcht of th5V;Countenancc .shine Upon tify getvant/a^^^  lick the dust frorii thjr feet, and place tiiy foot upon the neck of thy servant, forjbou art the light of this land tfi^ 6avit^-#=dii§-people}'and  . It^afeant that tliy ii compronusd himself  Billiard and Kefresiiuien -fialoon.  JAMESnfRVINE,  p ANGEUCA, NEW YORK,  WOULD respectfully annoünee that he bas taken the Old átand of JBalthazlar ibe Corbfer of Park and Wain St., where proposes to minister to the corofort. of a o may favor hlin with their patronage.— a Billiard Rooms and Tables will alwajp kept la prime order. RefreBliments in eat variety.  Oyster», Clama, Lob, f i«s Feet, Pickled Tripe, Cakes, Pr uU(«. Nuts. C  Brands of Se^rs. JSXi^i  «4«very thing pertftMtfg t^^^^^^^  _ FíBSI_-CLASS  orlU b«_iet»ed w^sTVLKr-"oa-denjand.il-iio leffort will be spared to render the establifth-«¡aeut, DÍS' RviNo of the Public favoñ :  .\ni{el{ca. April I3t86i,' 3  lers^ 1 Sat'dinep, ?gg8, Wes. indies,Choice  R. liSTERBROOK & CO.,  SfElLPEN MANUFACTURERS)  WARmOlfSUS:  403 ARCH STREET, iiiiLADELi'itiA, 42 JOIIK STUEbt, }i E\V- YORk.  These Celtttir^ted Pens afo of Qenuinc Americi^ Manufacture, and comprise every leading styW m tan Market, and aro C(idal in dnish, elasUcity andflne-ncss of point to the beat imported. Th-y ar«, therefore, sure to gain the confidence of tho American people .  a\MPLE3 AND, pniidES OKAPPLIKSATION, Lots Made to Orde^^f any pattern oi i .itapp required.  For Bale to the Trade at the Manttj^HlWr's Waite'-houB»^ as abq^ve: and at retail by aU itaUoners.Book-seUers aid NewVpealcra in  B. E8TEBBB00K & CO. May 23.18CC:0m. ■ ' ■, ' ■ .  Just as we wm- ^mt^ tti piesa tbia rhorningi about half past two <>'clock7 a fire broke out on First-st., near the. Florance Restiiurant and spread rapidly iip ami d0wi^ t^^ Jit'strpyin^^ some fifteen or twenty buildings. ,  All the building on both sides of First St., between Biown and Prather-sts., are destroyed.  iVithin a few dTobra of the^^G tahHotel a building- was torn dow^ii" which prevented it reaching the form-  cr. _  The rain of last night was a godscinr to this place, for h.id the buildings been dry no effort could have saved tbe city from destrutcion. The loss must be somewhere in the  neighbui:bood-i)t$25,O0O. ..............- - - -___  Ti.e following is a partial list of the buildinga destroyed:  The Venango Saloon} Florance Res-tanraiit; Ilogan's Lager Beer Saloon; Ice Cream Saloon; Washington Res-tiiui-ant Dutch .Tuhn's Lagar Beer Sahion» IIilHs Restaurant and the Blacksmith Shop near the Gall House. Tirenbove is by no meatiB a ^perfect  From the above it will bo seen that yfti In^jTaSiiS?'  the Cuscoe, Garne t and Rusty Coat va- printed or {lublished la the laU oooa^; Mid riettea af^'at (no lead of the list, as tocaasenotkosto bepMted apia M'l^flvo^  they have been often represented to be. fpn«picious placM In said neigbborhorf, and  ... ^ ItBhiillbohls duty to enjoin. In Mhl aolie*'  „ . ..... . . .. ' ( and otherwim. all persons conoetned la tho , Here is a little extract, from that sutK^rvigton of neat cattle or sheep '¡Z  ^^mieef vatrve'^wrT^^^^ one Btmd^Teet tf tao sitf  «HKota lM.C„b» &« .f,eqno„liy quote» SMtilX"^^  to aid its efforts to seduce ReptfWicans, § «hall be the duty of the oommlsiiotlwf . . . ... ,r T I np(ioSntfd under this act. whenever they are ad  into the ranks of tho Koppcr Johnnys. ( vWhI that any such disease ha* roi^ltoappeor  Say, you Radical, nigger-lovin«, »j^J»«»» Butler styleö tíf Republicans, how do j i^t,,» statement of the methodsi  sert^dnt shou unto thee and crawl upon his bt'lly In the dust before thee, and that liis body should be thy fo«tstciUl. Only be gracious ilnto thy servant and his friends; and unto tliee be thii power and the glory, and iliitb ds the loaves and the fishes.  The Pottsville Minefi^ ¡tournai state that the Presidei^ lia^reniovedTrom If you know how to talkyl^lt^^^atrnnfrtef^tVat À  kill Co., Captain Levi C. Leib, klö of Pennsylvania regiment,  ülevatb^-övbä jivuviä-öix v  JCítleeof calí off,and ji^^^^J« 'î®?!*®^  vari-  -A.  JOUVEKS SID OLÖVE CLEAMjEv (EatablisUed Ig Yrars.),  ' TÎe onÜLC®nLJlrircfiOSt3Mafttßr-«^^ Oîovêï^cenfs per bottle. Sold Erery where, wholewle by Demás Barneifc Co andP. C—Wells Jt CO., ,»ew  do it naturally, and not be so distress ingly polite as to spoil all you say. If your hair is straight, don't put on the curling tongs to make believe it is not. If your neck is dark, wear a lace collar, but don't be so foolish as to daub ioUipaint, thinking that people are so blibd as not to see it; and if your cheeks are not rosy, dont apply _pink saucers, for the deception wilt be detected, and you will be laughed ttt.  Finally, jí^íiIb, listeh to th^^counscl of your mothers, and ask their advice in everytbihg. Think less of iaShion tbaë .VoU do of home dulteBj less of rpmaiiccfe thäii y¿u do of theiCciUtiesof life"; and instead of tiding to catch beauxj strive to njake yoürseU Wpftb being fcaoghtby them  DaoytaiD.— A little l>oy thVee or foûir ¡^ïïi Of age of Ger^tó parents^who reside neaj^lbe Steam Mill ¿ttdjtóver^be^^^ t^ village, wá» misUMi by the parents on Sunday of last weëk.  you like- going isidft  ____ ^ ^ _ _ one piyMr  ublteh^l n any coiiuty where st»^ dtiiwof it<),a statement of the methods »imroved^ tho out of the Union New York State ngiicultnral society for Iho for a President ? How do -vou like «^«o tho  Tenpes^ statesmanship ?_ How does ¡¡g^ij;;; ;{ Ktahj^'^Safe^-?! -  It compare with flat-boat style f fcted «s-afordiaM, for the pmoi*  And God said let tlTcre lie light, and Uon of theeptead of the wuno tKfo^ mif there was light I This is Bible. _ agenci«« of whatever kind, -ra-beingm-tor^ they lifted up J-  their eyes and saw, not Abraham in (their judgment or dliwuio it shall opiMar IM  lisit, -butaltthj?^ we cat»---ascertain up ■ to the tihiö of going to press.  It ia suspected that the.fire was the work of an incendiary^  The «june No., of the Phrenologiçal JoJirnalJiaa^-tlie-i'oUalfeihgl  There are two par ties ineyery com-miinity—nay, in every family. There are the "boo-hoos," or "cry-babies," always sniveliHgf tittarling, whining, grunting^ groaning, mutteriiig, scold  Per act *ac SW lua of fine gold. "Warranted for tjme—  wíUiíey™ Umlsh, Gents" »1»«. Detached Lererat» to  #30. riî3rés-Xei,înes, |25. If^ött Wish^ti» bay for prf-we ase of to «cIl â^lD, senil f«fr ose of ojjr Ciicoiaas Addre*«. WaWB Co, «3 F«lle»-at., K®" Tork. Ai»itia>,i««e7i.  Ij[e wä  piles, and the presonöpttoh tb^ be had fallen îth» «ater and drówft^t  ery of the bodyjn the iriver near Oreat Yalley,^ a distanco of aboû'î 16 klK^from this place. Olean-Times^  the 125th Pennsylvania regiment, a gallant soldier of the Republic, who was desperately wounded at the battle of Fredricksburg while fighting to liave the life of tbe nation, and %vho in con-sequencc, has lost the entire usejof his left arm. Captain Leib, in. consideration of his crippled condition, was ap pointed to the position a year since and has discharged the duties of the office to the satisfaction of the pt^ople of Ashland. . The person selected to. succeed Capt. Leib is a daughter of Sher-itf Horan, known to be' incompetent, and who will have, in case she is coh-firined, one of the most bitter, nnscru pUlous and malignant Copperheads living in Ashland to run the office for her^^^ Mr Cowanris said to be at the ¥ott6m of this change. Is this the dodge by which thie removal of disabled soldiers, who jo tiQl aupPPrt^M^^^ Wei^se^----------^^^ —  They arc "out of office," and want to be trt They see nothing but certain tiestrnction ahead, when othefs Bre at the helm. /Governments are corru|>t and ojiproKsilvo.. ♦'Tho constitution is violated—by bad whisky and tobacco iieligion is only a cloak te cover up hypocritical wickedncss. Reformers are only seeking self-aggrandizement. Teatihel^ are only chatterin^peda-gogiies. Mechanics are bungling im itators. Artists mere; "copyi8t8.''Poet« are plagiaristB. Merohatlta deal in shodd^T! Grotiera water their liquors and corpolations their stocks. Steamboats and lotiottiotiveB are only "in-feriial machiheS" intended to kill somebody; LaWyerfj ate dhly •'shysters,'* Doctors are "ijuacks" Surgeons are "butchers" (dlerRymen; oHly "poor persons." Of totJrse these objectors thernselves are all right—the Very pink of perfection—so attiiablej so meek, and so modest I ^ "Born gii^t ittd how can they help it?"  the bosom of Lazarus, btft Andrew 1 any c^ that the diseaie la no« likdyW  Johnson in the White House. Pffelty f ^ "»J tfea^ro'twW wbeoevor H shaU  Dioture isn't it vnii fn>*>dr<m ahri^iino ^^^  picime, isn tit,yoii ireedom »hnfekiug, troitmeni shall bo greater thaa tbe valao  presa^ mobbing,- Democrat-hani^iftg, jtrf «nranhnal oraoimab^ afaM or wh»^  cotton stealing, women robbing, plunr ever In any case cuch dieeaM ihaUaMUM sarit.  der loving, prison advocating, Demo- '«"w of maHgidty asshail. iktmkm  crat advising, ballot box stuffing, offiJ  ce holding sepulchres full of nigger's UMairitttals to beibacbt^r^foiihwltha^ bonps? ied.nft<!^effofr(l(^.aadto4oa)liBChthlMfi  How do you like the new President ? " racmim&i in the fourth tectk« of thli  Wouldn't^ you choke gently oM^jg. HiesaideommMonemor- their -Booth's windpipe, if he were still alive? ants aro hereby ctm^ni to oateraposi Hbw^doy^Hi like this going iiito the {take posi^ton of all |>nni^  Democratic party for a horse to hitch Mi«» «»^Ufi«»*®^«^^«^^  UD vour mulf? Tho- how! nf „hitP *** OBata«! M  up your ^ rnuicf uie seed "» white euclosurc« or buikUngs for aai thaa »  men shall bruise the head of Repub- h^ulsiteln fhe jigdgm<mt  licanism, and Johpson shall be the ere or their ass^tants, aod orior to tho Bkljlit'  next President. Verily .we say unto c^«nAbar|^ ofaadammida aiid^ fcdl «ad  you, noi< is the timé to repent l it is I bad for yon fellows to : swap, horses wheiicrossing a stream 1 Why don't]  completo dkdnfeiBti^ aiDd prenthies; and all peraoná ■wbeiher;' owaisw: or interested In such «ttio« notherwli^ -«^ shall resiit,'impede or hinder the saM oooHahw* you Republican, wench-hogging, free-1 jonf" ««Wf»»«  dom-shnekiiiir Uw-breakincr TTninn.h^®^'^'^"*'«"'»*^'*^^*^'**^ aom-sui leKiug, law oreaKing, union- y, .»d on convktioo of tbe same, of a  bating, merobers of.the only treason- meaoor, ahdahall be patidbi*le w^ ¡  able parity in the Union, get dronk and exceeding one thooaiad dolían, «r  t>at«drwitktorchea ?------^------- | ^^J^^SÍÍf* ^ ^  . whfcb they shall be adiodg«! gaUtf m MkL  People in general are not aware how ferycssentiai to hei|iUh of their , ....  i-!S •,^miMiou of Ml SiS^jfSS-^jJfi^^^  light into tlieir houTO8;but they are Uioo.MttieyBiay ^ aeosMMy to wmm aware that tlie JSxcelnor Writing Ink the spwd of th«i disiau or Ha twit hi mS-is an atlidaf Bilperiorto all tlie worth-1 r^ai^ by ve«nk or W dHrbit aksy ^ less Fluides and tnka tliat have ao long SSSiSniii'ar^ * ^ —  been palmed off upon the people aa * MsirnSil, n tiJi genuine article. The Excelsior Ink ia engafed fas thttaS preferred by all who would have a g^ aot lo article. Sold by all booksellcfsj Drag-i"*^*^-"'- "" gistr and GroceriSi  Hi company provea more than fain professions.  LAWS or raw Aathoritr.  ;T«ry law oniMsadURsraat tba« i min. shall ooau&enoA aad  •ay inch località, sad wMia m* fKMsthosHioasiatksaMf ~ baprescribod.  |l<»,tho«MaflroM4Mki mach tbotodfas aMy bo aie MMoprktad to My tiie add U servkM «hilo actaal^ < tie» enjoined apea ihe^ttb'iil, il llteiiAi  >1  Pennsylvania Bank Bills are eUrreht in this village only at a discount of 5 percent. , i  After the first of July Prox., a Government Tax of Ten per cent is im-  paid out by bankW This tax will not affect the value of l^lafor circulatiou among the |wople only no far aa they  ^ thereby made unavailable for  aa« tak^í£á*Jttm3Ut i of «vo'dolhMa ^ I» oa*« aiii WK Stat«, on aod not befon ttte towrttetH ««jr aftar^ er soms as m»y canse Ihsia açttit  (Erenr Uw so pablisbaa la tke Mate t^^mj plating or poblishbl« <t aH MfOllllMNt at Wm  tw nad ia cirldsM IhM Ol« iMoar te «Weh it  Mi'Tt'^aas'sgyS^'gesi «  aasabxaeogat « saissisy-tew-1 as row baatiiiwasif»« ^ , . bgrt&eiñb. «atUttma SMOths alter tfcactoae «C VU prialed oat of Pay ai Bait Ml Ml  the «HnptrícMsrlíbH^ AmM i| g^ the saoMHS^  sësMda te whiehlt haa p^i Ketina StelntaSi  lie r«rk Stan (f Nmt Yófk, rtpmmUi\ nShisâoMf jiaSMA^, ét mmimfidmmi  AK Act to ft^iy'ty¿itlod«kitk»-gÍat1 9 f*^* " ""! ' y  spread of the diseaft knowa a« .thé Rinden îSw^LîIE Wsita ia^  p^t. and for the t»totectlqlt tit thè Bítehi ââd  You may haveixiendfr ifiyetriaeserve 4hcmiand e^nMiea whethiirirou deserve them or not. ^ - ] ...  Discretion in speech is'greater and better-than eloquence.  seros of ibefcp alìtUaltìo ia this Bàtto fmia 2 Jw* destmctioa «M other Metáom die- J^MiS  ] said solas ähatl  bai^iini^parposes^depoaHa"^^^ iSiiirse the Banks will not receive them and, by paying them out subject thero-selves to the ten per cent tax. Greenbacks only will be bankable Fandi. This Tax does not however apply i to private :fiankii]ig-<AQM.  ; ds mmt atjUbaa-  «hkkl»  tsrhavlw  ........it shall be thedatjrof Iho health  otteecofttMpoHotlhnr Toili,^ iiUhiaa to thodutMi aow impee^ OAbliL b» .»»IsImh , _ kw, to «saaiiae aad «iii|«i<f alwlh* aay |«hM.fa •BlaHJiia«bNi«hltaaay veiNli iniflki^ M^ im «M foit la vWpIfaajÇwy. L»iJ|g|Jii-ÍÍ tiP.  ISSSmw^I^MSS   

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