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   Angelica Reporter (Newspaper) - August 8, 1866, Angelica, New York                                 ®hVit«i|tIi<a ilípírtíí.  TéÑiibiüísiiiso E;V«R* WEDKESOAY.  0.7F. & <>. W. DIGÍ^INSON,  Editors and Proprietors.  l*I5iVYB\tt, ini ADYANCK.  In »11 cases whoro paymoiit is dfilayiil tor more thnn tiuwe iuoatli», PiUj-OjuU a .1 «ill bo charged  h»vfl » lafg« awl completo assortment ¿t plain  knd fancy typo, ntid cxcollcut pre9^c^, and oro prepaid! IS ao hiuaunii. 1»W CISPS, TjooI«» clrcurUrH, Civita, •ad in ^ almost aU kinds Of plain and^ancy prlnt-  Ing, neat, pron^t. and cheap.  VOL. XXX: KO.  ANGELICA, N; AÜGÜ WHOLE m 1513.  HornellSTille  J'u&LLfçLUce.  PÍB'E INSliUANCE  . j A y.  Äorlli American Insurance C^*  New York City. '  At-cttc Insurance Ccmpany.  ISIcw York City.  bÁSií ÄSS5KTS - - > - ' $593,973,19. . ; it. TiLOVb, AgeiU.  iíío liìsdrcd may panic ¡pato in net  pFoflt. : , , l?08tf  . Angelica, July 3,18615.  tni: L.vnoF.ST is ^PSÌERK NEW YORK.  Rcpreseutingover $^17,000,000  ----- - ^ - : -  iEtna, Hartford......;. .$4,061,455.80  lloine, Now York,........3.598,674.14  Iiis.T^o., N. AnuM-. Phil.,.. 1.731,000.00 Piicer.ix, New Y..rk,..... 1,063,102.72  Socnrity, N(îw York,.....1,682.860,24  Hartford, Hartfoid.......1,583,163,62  Lorrillard, Now York..... 1,402.681.13  Homo, New Havon,......1,000,000,00  Intcrnalional, N. Yy..... 1,000,000,00  Piicoiux7iíjírtfoid;:....v.: 9n7;00o,oo  ^ Ar. \'<.w Ymi k; ■ . .... ■ 62.5.000,00 '^^{etropolitañ. TCY.7. • • • • ■ (M2.87lyiS^  Pntnam, Hartford....____ 544.455.67  N. Anror'cn, Hartford...... 500,000,00  City Firo, H.rrtford,...... 440,651,72  Tfiivelcr«'Hartford—Accidental,................. 600.000,00  Now York Life,......... 5.000,000 00  John g. colli ns,  . - ' AT LiV^,  Âneelica, AMegnny < òniity. N.Y;  OfflöC—Pirst Door Hast of Baptist Cliurah.  SAM B O L TÍ Ò N,  i' à SHI 0 N Ä1B L E ß Á ll B E ì\  AXD  '' Mret Door AVeal of EeporUr Office. Angelica.  Total____ ____.$27,459.809,00  PSrTÌPs ïïëSîriria equitable ra'èp, will find it to Uieirnd van tape to apply at tliift Agency before Ins iting or renewing llieir policies cl?ewb» rc.  CIIANE. COYE & YOUNG, Agt's.  C. II. Youvo, W. o. COTK. N M CHAVf.  : «m-imtlit ^^  ____ QmnßmJkmimtät.______  OM IfWMrtlHrMiwSiM »  Ontn^uummmpetit, OfM'foartIt «»UiBMi tm rm»i OM-hair «Alain* oM jriMp' ^ftimmummfmr, . , ^j^-vui  mt rovcUtn 8ÜKH ar Urn mmlUM* » Hiwti iji  lliíiÉtílípjiS ÍIII^I|Mlt:.jÉMi ttHAIL -flHffMHt^ CAMS m-jmrnm Wmteh^ m  ' : TtOCiUU'SFOTtüÄ*» IS ttiM^'IliifftlML'lMlft .....  A UM aMliwiWMiB««» UimiMi.-  kamiirrim un ÍK i mm^ -  Eôck-Xîity-  Ond òf the f;réat natfifa) , wonders of tlie Amcii ican Caiitineiif,'- which' is yet ,t(i become a ieaort for. t|îoiièau(ïa nmv ignorant of its grandeur, iß si.tiiatcd in the wildernossi on-lot 77, in the tovvn of Little Valley, abont lonr miÎèa from the station, on the New York and Erie Railroad, Rock City upon tlie top of a hill, about '40 feet above ihe bed of the New York and Erie flail way and 2,000 feet above tide water; yet so easy and regular is .the parade on the LitUe Talley side of t!le hill, that  The Bofialb and Wàshington Eailway.  A' committee oT tliò Directors of the  J. fl. Eggleston. ^  ,Watch Maker and Jeweler, and dealer ia all kinds of Clocka. Watehea, and ./ewelry Rspairing done on short notice and rea-BOSiible termf.  Angelica. Feb. l.'j. 18(i4. ISSnif  Dr. C. P Garver.  DPNTIST  Peutai rooms over the storo of B. Tí. lîennétt A: Oo.  Smith Davis' Block, AngeUca. JCCà" I li^Vc no parliKT.  13i3:tt  J. 3. MAUBEVILLE & SONS, GENERAL INSURANCE AGENCY.  LIFE, HRE ASD accidental: ' Assets over.. . • • • • $26,000,000.  Assets of Companies I  Ilome rirc IiiBuraiico Co.. N. Y.........$5.598 GGl U  Mcti-opoJitan " •• " .i.......1.644.149 48  Ins. Co. of N. Anicrica, Pa............... 1.7:11.IKH) OU  NiuKaru Fiio Ins Co., ......................l,'J"l},Ol>0 00  ManhutUiu " " ..............1.978.414 40  i;erniania " .......718.053 32  Si'ctirity " " ............. 1,.548,344 «2  ........ ."1 ;5:ri;88T ««)-  ,,...?... CU,10H8  ......... 1,.148, ".18 43  ......... :tOo,i3i 00  .. 9.184,52i100 . 1.649,480 00 .. 250,0(10 UO  - P H Kj S Í Ö Ñ S ,  BO'u.NTIES, and Buc'c ray. pr'Jcurcd bv tlie subHcriber. : R. LLOTD-Clainr AîîPnt.  célica, N. Y . 18fi4. HOlf  H. B. GOËTÔÎÎ"'  Cnnfincntiil "......  Afctic " ----  Xiitprnalloiiul •< " .....  Markot " .....  Mututt! Ban. Lifo Inr>w (li)V îl- 3 -Equitabl« Life liisurinco. Co . . ■New York .VccMeutal............  t rànce" could be construclecl for $200. Visitfirs can now ride in carriages to _Witlun one mile of the city.  At the "city entrance" you pass down an iriclincd piano, about foiir feet wide, two rods long, and ten felH (lescònt. into the open court, or "Pub-.lie .square,"'as it is called, where is u circular flat stonò, twenty feet in diam-al(^K;aéd ubout-,. faui\.--f<«it--ubioyc ihe ground, upon which parties usually p irtake lunch when visiting the city. From this point streets, lanes and alleys, in innumerable numbers and dirt'Ctions,. wind tlteir deymus vvays ivcr an huiidri'd ¡u-rt's. One who was C'vor in tiic City of í^)^í(on, starting it: lli(.' Dock .Siiiiarc, and going through it.s cvui)ke<l (street.^, upon ' visiting "Rock City" cannot but be forcibly reminded of tho drong resemblance between the irn'gtilar streets and huge, stone blocks of the latter "City" andjhe "City of Notions."  Hall's Geology of New Yoilj —"The-Wocka  orate) ari! widely KCatt(M«,'d aloiig~ tli.  -TfiT-.^h-Aánuru,  r K 523 ^ ^  Friendship. H. Y. 1^20  ^IJ^OKSIs^ITH:,  X'oruer of Main and Olean street, hit« Uathlmn's Hotel, uborc nil kind? iT jl -•I' .'BlackPinitblng will be done on the Ijl Bhortcat notice, and most rea'»onable teraip— and Horse and Ok Stioeing in a superioi ♦napner.  , ;• ALSO, Munufacturer of eur^ian^>8, tJup:-giu8. Wagons. Ac.; aiui repairinfi done on Short, notice—one door soutli ¿mith Shop, on ()l an street.  Anirduia. N. T. ______  B A xlr E R ' S  Ifijitiiite flf Pusit,  FRIENDSHIP, N. Y. ^  _ : iKst^vbUslicd. ill IS^?.)...... '" ^'  f±u<lcnt» fiKidniitiia in voc^il ana insinuncntal mu-fcib, and inusicai composition.  JAMES n.VXTER,  ^ rrincipalaad Proprietor.  iOi" .Send for a circular 1406 :tf  Of the Black  ff^-Iiisurnnoii ijuoniptly rffiiCt-ed by mail or other wi.so in any of th»- above companies on all kinds of property- The prompt adjustment of Looses a spe ciality \yith lis. Xt^All couiniunicatioiisprompMy altfinded to.  OFFICE IX THK TOWN IIALL. UNION STREET, OLE.VN, N. Y.  3. D. MANDKVItl.r., , W. 11. ^t.C^r>E'VII-I-K,  J. B. KASaEYuiE.  ing UVport:  They havts paused" a carcful sarvey to be-madc-oLtheJinc and hav6-fomid_ it to be nuich more advantageous and practicable than tltey. had originally expected,. A carefull and thorough examination of the coal regions at the southern, terminus of the road lias fully confirmed the fact that the road passeii through inexiniuslible fields of Bitnminoiis coal; that it is il|ion the direct rotite to the great Anthracite coariJeds iif PtMvn  MttUA fortttj.   Han's a Han for a' That;  XiNKW VKasiON,  MAUrACTl'RKRS  RBVOIiVERS, RIIIS, Alii.skeus iind Carbine.s,  Fur til'- United Stales Scrvicc. a!so.  POCKET AND BELT REVOLVERS,  IIopca-tliiK T?istoJs,  liiFu: CAyj:.% J;e\ 'OLVIXO nirLFs  fiitlo Sh.>ta;\n Bari-ols, Gmi Material«, Ronneral-ly. Sold by Gun Dealers arid the Trado throughout the country,  In these days of House Breaking and Robbery everv House, Storej Bank, and 03ic3 should have one of REMINGTON'S REVOLVERS.  Circulars conlaii^i'iK cujs ar.d description of our Anns wiil dc furuii.hed i p.iii application.  E. UE.MINGroN SONS, Ilion, N. Y. MocPE Viciiots, /.Rents.  .Vo AO CiHtrtland St., .Vciu Yuri:.  mar. 31.  C'031gll 3îoi-e !  Amos JEl. Smith,  Ui^Oineadf.a, would rcs^pectrnily announce afllicted relativea of deceaied f>ol dicre. that he is a It^ially aut'iorized Agent for Ailciiany and adjoiniu!? Coantics, to pro Cure Bounties of Decea-'od SolditTs. .Al?o for.thecotJTicti'Jji ofRajfi Pay and Pt-naious. 1)ated. Cati°!vdca. .Nl.u'ch 2i),lj5()5.  FUllINMTL'ilET!  WUOLESALK AiJiD KETAIi.  ■ --------------------------------------H------------------.........  COOK Ik FORSYTH  A NO E Lie A:  DR. StRIGKLAND'S  MELLiFI-UOU.S  Oougli Balsam  Is warranted J:o bo tlio only preparation known to cure coughs, colds, hoarseness, asth-ma.iw hooping coii'iih, chronic coughs, consumptlou. bronchitis an'l croup. Bein» prepared from honey and herbs it is hcaliii'iit. softening, and expectorating, and particularly suitablo for all alTecUona of thi' Throat and Luugs. For sale by Druggists «very-where. ____^  DR. STRlCRLAND'a  niaigin of the hill, and as we approach the undirttiirbctl portions of the rock, thoy'bfconu; nnincinns, and soon a% HnnH> in'c^tilnrity iir arrangeniinit wljisir shows them to icriiain nearly in the original relative po*<ilion.'^.e.xccpi tnatllu-_j«)ints are widened by the undcriiiMiîî.^ of the rocks below,and partly, fiei liap l>y tlu> destruction of the rock itse" Th'' n'liol,c proscr'îîi: an appcar-anco liH a clilT oT iiardcr rock resting on a mor Icstrnctable one bi'l()w,which has been '.xO'iscd to the waves of fliè s''Ti ui" of arg(vlii.k(>s. In some places wIum'c the ilocks are otherwise tilo.'iijly anatigcd. ilierc a i-(> large spaces where the mass-s have lieen removed or disintegrated, prr'scniing a fant:i<-d ri scnibl.int'f t^ unrt-yards or squares, in'tlie inid.-5t oi lUe numerous streets and alleys. Tin who!.' an^a ui:ciijii<-'<l liy the rock ui li.s i)Iace is estimated at an hundred acres. The large trees which stan<l up )n the top oi" the iinnien'^.i} blocks at iliis ivlace, Ivive otteii -tMit theii- roots (iown tlie.sidcs where tlu-y ar.- s'lstain ed in tli(! deep soil snpn hn;.';«'  gfowtli above nonti ati ahnosf barren n)ck. The masses niTêi- Hiie exhibitions ;f tile diagonal laniinatioii and contorted sean).'» of iron ore. The rectangtilar blocks (ci.impo.sed t>f'wliite ^'b bles cnM<rlutii5atl'd) are iroul liiirtj||||t thirly-five feet in ihickness, stanain.i regnhu ly arranged along the line of-ontcrop, present, an imposinjr appear-afiCe," irînhjîiisttiVtlixî a name it has received."  the proposed road, chcaper and more directly than by any othef route^ijrhc. road <»ill iiass'through thc^oatJhickly-settled and fertile portion of Erie County, and catiiuVt fait to deyelopo a paying hical tiafHc^ Its W with Jilready «.'slablished roads will also makt; it the riioSt direct route between litifTald and Philadelphia, Balti-—A8iddJiiom;,,lhii direct local advantages to our city which must inevitably follo^^ the construction of*^ the road, there can he no doubt, judging from the facts abovt; stated, that the road will provo a re-Inirnerative inves^tment tt) its stock-holderj?. .  We also report that the Directors iiave already contracted with Messrs, DeGraflT, Snilh & -responsible  and well ktiown builders—for building and equipping the whole length of the road Iroiii linfTjilo'to Emporium, a distance of one hilndred and ten miles, iwhere it eonncc's witli the Phihulelpliia ind . .EiJC -JLiilroati. -'i'iie »•tyirtf/u.-vors iiTY wrtToii iTrtn hrrnm^ work upon til.' road and fiirnish all the materials, (i;.\*e!'pt the In idj^es across  Bufial IJ10 to 1  Pile Remedy  OPEVERY^DESCRlPTfOX aiid STYLE.  Both Home-Madt' and "Boughlen,"  V = » ji" " Which will bo sold Cheajicr than at any ottier Establishnient in the State, in addition to bur  JIoflipIetB^l^^  Has cured thousands oi tho •worst caSesTiFblhid piles. It gives Immediato relief, and elleets a perinaueiit cure. Try It directly, it Is warranted to cure. For sale by all Druggists at 5tJ conts per bottl'5. „  PYSPEP8IA,  0U. STRICKLA.VD'S TOVIC is  .conctntratedprtparatioitoJLrjoatfLapa  horljK, with antiacids and carminative.'! to strengthen tt»c stomagh and t:. II" ncr>'ous Éysi'jni. It is a certain rsm-  edv for dyspep.aia or IndigeKtion, nervousness, lost of appetite, additv of the stomach, llatulency and debll-" itv. ft in net ¿IcohoUc. thci-cfore partjculirly sViited for weak, nervous and dysi.i ptic personn. Fur sale  ynn'ly-7lOQ _  DnCTi>R !  5WCKUH0'S: Toiiic ! r  Oattaraugiis Ureeks iind which they are ^lyj' lîiêy; are to honscs, all engine-nrCTrrK-a:nd  *'A man'« a man," tsays Robert Burns,  —'For a'-that_aOil .ft,', that":____ _..  Dut though the iwng be clear and strong,  It lacks a note fur a'that, ' The lout would shirk his daily rrotk,  yet claim Iii8 wages and a* that of beg, \vliyrt lie might cam',' Birfbread, Js nk n, inau for a Îlïat. .  If all who dino on homely faro. , AVcro Inie and bravo and a' that, ' ' Arid nono whrac garb is Vhoddéh gray," \Va3 fool or knavo, and a" that, The vice and crinie that ßhame,out time - IVotild fâdijïii fUn; aifuiii' fljat, ^  And churls tiS caria, for a' that.  ^^pü Hóü y.<m biai^ny, Wiis^^^^  Who BwapgOVa,' Bwèàrrt, and a that, "ïnSTiiinksT because "hlä^strong^igUt anöTT" Might fell an ox, and a" that. That he's as noble, man for man, , % As dnUcsor lord, and A'that; He's but aJirute, beyond ditsputc, _ i And «tìiift rattû, for ft'that.  A man may own tt Ifti^ estate, ' Havcopalace, park, and a" that—  "AïïdVia tnw bivthTtortr toncs^^ --------  iBethrit-oamnn fjr-a' that; And DoijaM, herding on the,muir, ; Fkj baut'» his wife and a'that, Bq nothing but a ritual Iwor, i.  _ Not half a man, for a'that, r  , -it ÇQÎÎÎCs to this, xle-ar Bobert Bujns— tííe truth is old. and alihat— " ■ "The rank is but the gninea'jï stamp,  The mun'8 the gohl, fur a' that." Arid thangh you'«rput the minted mark On coppcr,',brans, Tiiid a' that, . ^ ^ Tlio fie ÍH erosa, the cheat is plain, And will not piu--» for a' that,'  For a' that, and a' that, ■  'Tift Bonl. an(l heart, and a-' (hat, iiiat makes the Kitig a gentlenihn,  And not his crOivn, and a'thfif; ' And man Àvidi iu:kn, if nvh <" l" »'i.'  'rhe best îii bt"- tur rt- that;- ___________________________  ---------  And arte the^uian, Ímí tbut. ^ CnARLiï) MACSAX.'  HOWTOLIVS^  The Prussian Needle Gun-  KEROSENE CAS STOVES.  TE V AND COFFEE BOILERS, GLUE POTS, OIL &c., &g.  ......... ..... ' ....... OF ^  CABINET-WARE  We hivo on hind a Splendid Stocli  L o o k i n g G la s s e s ,  OVAL, nCTORK FR.\MKS & MOLDINGS, A OttE VT V.VUIBTV OF STYI.ES.  .Ma% CmvoI OIlK.iMESTAl. BRACKETS, and va-. i ,. :^lotts otU^r HoaseUold Fixtures.  ■t^'^'W^^r n g B e a s;  • taeveraJDiff^fcront Patents.  t AT l?.lt E SS  ' - 'Aiargo atijci »n<i O-reat VarMy. . ■  • :: CALL AN0 SEB U^ DEFOaF. BtnriNO.  ' The^ -tT i-do 'Xjnn be uttpplt^tl  ^ wUli, Ohtl''?'» iM'dstnadSj^ all other iCahinet VVartvin the,wljite'or finislied, ^ori liberal tfirms. > ' > >  . : FOUSYTn.  ^^r^n'Streoti one- doof ttUSt of' the Biithburn  • - «Hotel.- . . ' . .  1123 \ Angelica, N. Y.  1 ""elevated OVKN STlhW^ES—Six vari-!ifi48ol cut off.ana pip^> lopr-iiiH; reeeivcd A. LOCKH/^ni: * CO_»S  ¡^ All thp noóUifií; fir ^ fimily m>y-©X he done with Iven^eiio O'l or .(:ii.t.\vith-®a jpif Ici^s trouble, iuid at less e.xiicnse thun jgjr by any oi\«er fuel, -BSr  F.;i(;li iirticlo müiint'.ictnrcd by this conivnii.v is gmirantc.-d to pertonu all th;il is claiaied for it,  .Z_________¿ífcSead fiy-_Cijbdíkir ^^^^^.............  l.inEU.Vl. DISCOU.VT TO T»K TRADE.  KEKO.-^ENE L.\MP HEATER CO., 20G i'e.yvi. strf.et^ Y. Jnly 4. ISC.S. . ' . .  Orirr PAHTIES:—Jtibn Mtnoi:  Bolts said in his fourth o( Jnly li Of all radicalism, that which is the nfost Obnoxious to me is the vadiculism of democracy And I H-ill vote \villi any party, I do iiot. Care what it , is. to byat ft dmvn and ke^p it down. Mncli as 1 stilïered, and much as wc all ^^nll ored in this war, T would, so lielp nie Gi»d, ten tinie.s over rather go through with another rebellion than to see that parly restored, and to see the great war carried on by tile United States, th(> hiindreda ot thousands of lives that have been lost, and the milliotis of money that has been eXjiended, all go l\»ï ho tiling, "til añ^^'f iësti7r(î that part}', who are alone responsible for all this, -Get up another ,party ! There can be but two parties in tivi.s. Union, and one is a h)yal party and tihe other a di't^loyal pavty. He who does not-vote with the loyal party mnst vote with the dislp;.ai and vote to bring rebels and copperheads into power again.  f-Eng-inecr d to con-pnrtenancGS o make it vi e to furnish, tipoii Ui'mmiKl^ieir'ilrst-class hu'otno-liv< s, ten pahsenger cars, fonrbaggage and postolilee cars, one hundreil box freight cars, ono hundred plalform cars, and tweiity band cars, ali to be of liie bV.'Tst kii..l ami snilyd lo tiie road. rivo contracto'. H ;a-e to rcceive $4L,000 per fiiile l(,ir the road tlins eonslnicted  .i(,(I (■(¡ni'peil, or wlDcli i^l 0,000 i.-i t.. ho in the bonrls oftlVe Company aìid $25,-000 in stock paynienf, the slim of I2C0000, which the Company have agr(!ed topijiy in cash or l/ie lionds of city (T Bniì'alT), whicìi, it is hoped, ilipy uill bt! able tu prfX'ure,  By,tho contract with Messrs. DeGraff, " & Go., tlie Ct)inpany are; to pay the Wurk progre.sses, but in nu "efore th<' v.-ork i.s done. The o;nnu'iic. d worlr on Ulti day of May lietween Buff' rora-, and are progressing veiy^atisfactorily;' They aro to finish and equip the. road in scctions, coril-  ni'• nci!IiiTiTiItnrrrr iil iirdt^r.....fIr •• riìrtke  it innn^diatelv availaMe as fast as  iMiiit. - ■ ^ ^ .....-.........-  lìriTli.o Jiiiy tSiiti  JXSÌES BRÀVLEY, Gf.o. W. Tifft, Wn.i.iAM A. Hinr., ..... Conii'viliee.  In concinsion of his letter of resig: uation, addressed to President Johnson Secretary Harlan prays, "That the Supremo Rnler of tifttiona may Idess yuu with iiealtli and vigor to endure the arduous labor incident to  carry into eflt'ict'such wise measiires of policy toay devjse to se  cure tho doiuestic peaca. and national  unity. __  Mr. Harlan ought to know Jhat wisdom of that kind in Andrew Jolm-son is "past praying for. - . ' ,  Prof. Philo Holmes writes,. "Chemistry and medicine have been made subservient to all diseases which flesh is heir to, yet how little has science., doiu toward ijtiproving our personal apt)ear-ance. Recently i have investigated jicieii.liiiclpi;epaxatiwi--wbich-4i^ before ho ptibltc, but vvhich hirs been in use many je.nrs, called Hall's Vege table Sicilirin' Hair Ilenewer, cures all diseases of tho scalp, and allays a that heat an<l irritation, and^ furnishes a nutritive principle by which the hair is nourished and supported, and by its remedial virtues, it causCB tlve hair to  ^wlng SacliiSes: Three new kinds. jj  Lcriced. ^yar^!^uted live ye;irs. Above wlary or fa . . i i »  Be comihissionB ifaid. tho only macuines bom in .stores it to its natural color wlien e  ^ J k I V , » tí lit :—We want uijcnta  .OvM r everj-where to sell our lîàpnovKD $20  iiW iOîiï^ GO rod ^ lust arribad nt î.nCKHA^fTT *  X*otf4>luiLm IXouffOf  > . _ Oli^x, K. y.r.  .jíu X, Prwprtístor. Qotfi the Uonse and' ÎFnri-  b ^^  . ipawSfîiiçcïii^^tho fcccotafn ^'Ban" for  upc  uiifted StatesTor less than $10, w hlch aro /'«//;/ Ivxnsetl til Ifmpe, Wlicelfr it M'il^-ni, arni-rr it lliikei-, Sinr/vr it r,i., and. ¡iftrhei'l'-r. JU other cheap machines are infrinnemitnt. and the íc/ít or ii-cr ure Unl.h >» <ifrefl fíñ' citvl'imun«>nmcni. Circalars /rc#. Address, or Woípon-hw^'i^wV.nJdtle&írd^áiu^íjaulümis.  áLiCkfk A MOSTf*  fJ^ilV/ii'cIi/ n«xo,.ar'i!/<«,. justj)Ut.j*ddrcsa 0. X.-" . GAIIEY( City Building, Jilddeford, Maine. -^ janlO'flfi, - ' • ■ - ' - »i- ly»  Tire Tienlle-gu gHTalìy-4óAMGó»  ted in 1835, although of course many improvements liavó siníx* then been  ■,-r-Thó credit of 0 Air-, Dreyf-, the at Sommerda; tlio weapon ia noVfMuent upon the cartridge y the intrusion of a needle into the íulrainato attached to it, the needle being propelled by a spiral spring. There is no secret about its mechanism; and the only thing about it whicji. thero woujd be the h;asl difficulty ' in copying is the composition used as a fulminate. Tliis, says a foreign correspondent: ,  "Is a compound of ingredients known only toOne inan-the inventor; and so determined is the goverment that the secret shall_not escape, that that man-is guarded night and duy by a .squad oí twelve soldiers; every letter whjciL he writes is insp cted, and he is not sniyw.ed "to tsmwiinicate orally ^itb any of  I^^HPII^^^Vthe br.Trel io thirty-l sljjl^^^p^i^^r ami lias a calibre of si^WPPs of an inch, wiiii foUr grooves having a twist of tive-eh.'venihs in the length of the barrel. The breadth of thii.5.<4 1 hiee hundredthfl of aft  inch. There is an unriTlFd -.tibett òf the-carti idge, of a-diameter óiigl.'tly largor tíian the calibre of^ the barrel, an<f enlarging a very little at the rear to admil the catridge a(ter repeated cirarges. Where the chamber unites with the grooves there io ii gradual slope to facilitate the passage of the bailj and prevent too sudden a conipressibti.; /  'fhe barrel is screwed into a cylen-der, which holds together the mechanism of tho piece. The contrivance Vy  which the trigger pushes for\vi^i.he needle is to coUipliiiated to be^eíwjribed here without a diagrjtmjii^fe it essential. The catridge is, of^^rse pecüliáí  TlTél\ìTtnifiaTé^s^~^  and ball, so that^ tíié neetlle has .to go through tb^powder. The ball is spherocoiiiciil,weighing 66 grains; The df a gun complete iá be  i^ve^ja ton and eluvoit-pwnd^  Sometimes wa want to be a minister  or-ív--fiublic Jcctuwic,- i&r one of tliqae prjívilégé'íT people who go iiround laying down the law to" people and tolling them what tl éy ^aro to do and whit they.-.aré-Í(^J'ea-vÍD--nndunel-Occasionally, "unaccoétomed aa wo are to public speaking, "the spirit moves 119 very strongly lo expreiia oti'r mental pcrtnrbatiou on moré snbjects than one I  Now suppose, or as the little ones say "make belie»ej" we were a minister a Aveek'díyf^sórt of a minister, wp meftn, to.pr<?acij on topie^^^  cst,lhis f^Ithe text we <lay—ali^Tliol nóiír^l¡o~3ÍTne^^ from the lips of half the people yott meet. Stop, sir, and listen—^you know itrwason your own tongiip no*t half an liouf ago, in the injured whine of a man who fancied the world is treating him very hardlyt  It costs so much to livftl" That's all nonsense, .ind^ you know it isl Life isn't to blame, it's yon 1 ■-Just let 11H look at ytmr^ dress—^expensive broadcloth lined with silk—gold Wfitch-chain ewinging like a cable rope across your cliest—íiat modeled after Che last lirodWay style—kid gloves ^nd handkerchief soaked in perfume.  slrcTffld ih i fíteit might cost" y tin something to live if it is necessary to pass your life inside such a costly envelope as all that! J, If it, .was necessary to fptsííion to wear gold yon would go and get yourself gilded, we've no doubt, and then complain at the iron pressure of "hard times 1" Gthef fools run after the faahiqn and so must yoii I Give ns,' however, the hard-handed hcn> wdio boliievcs in bejn^^^^ the  ftehioTTpr^befbro  i)»> you smiie at the ri^ord? A man cuiá he a heríí^haut4 . and hat  as wellas thé fiattté-Wont;' there aré more kinds of courage than one I  ......."Costs so much to liye^'L does-it ?  Yoii enterptTñea your friends last liight with lobster salad, champagne, and pink pyramids of cream, and the con* fcOfiorter's bill is enoft-^fijó give you a^ cramp ih the fa¿c Worse than any ag'tfet Don't yon think they would hav6 been quite as well satisfied .if_you Jiadj^iske-d  lxxt6iKMit TaVie*  kiaeveiLperccntj In cent«  tions, from one dollar to otte tli««ÌMé.  MOft,  îroo,  «NM  ^ÖO  ieleeting Oftn»  A Vermontcr gives his ekperienM on this subject as follows: 'TrnSt I fifej • broadside view of the animal, at a die* lance, oi-about two .rods,. aa.Xhftri!t. tiorL-. ticed for years that there was a great eitnilaiity in the general proportion of i|lt first-class milkers—being very «nmU in girth just back of their forward leg« as c(mipared witli the girth just for-v;ard of their hips, I have »;,etcr kiibwn' a first-rate milker,not thtjs proportiblied;' so that if this form is. wanting iii an animal I have recommended to. me,, i do fif)t canvto look at her more, onUsn 1 want a breeder for some other pjir* pose than the dairy. For breeding o*-' en I wonhl want a cowuf rcvc^ pro* portions—larger girth forwartl. I «xt fec-Uhe fiizo of the "milk veint" «mi trace them.to their entrance, ioto' the icfigstjyUifilun fititfpjrior.ltrowraTelar^e, 7 ndmitting tho faall-of the largest finger; if divided, or snbdrvied; m is. Myme times the" ca?c, rjii<lge of the eiie of each orifice, as I caio less foif tliC.'tuse the vein itself than the. nritfce'.  them half à dozen at a tihie, to a quiet evening with ice waler for refresments and a plate of crackers on the sideboard? Look at your daily table. Joiies can't afford piitridges arid qnails and black coffee and expensivesauces-bnt then Jones don!.t find it so hard to live as you do,aiid iiever iRiS (Iftidyspr-p^ siaeither I Put back that Cigar into youf pocket, you don't need it; half a dozen a day, at twenty cents apiece, conni up; tljiow ¡tinto the gutter and make up your mind to let it alone I Are you thirsty ? Don't go into . yonder saloon, but drink a glass of water--it' -will be better for nose and purse I Jones never touches anything stronger lhatr Wat-k -tefti—Jones walks, down  .'Stop My P.vruu. -^Two or ITjijpe gentlemen of tliis county have rcc^tly returned the "Angelica Reporter" refused, iiulicating their (lisplua.su PC with its fthti-Johnsohrsm;' All wc Imve to say m rjejily is—''Pay up what you owe U.4." Any man can have his paper stopped prouhptly upon  but tlioso who tliink to che;»t UA Qiit of a Jittle jjulwcriptionJiitl, thiakin'.i it is so small tliiit we will not take the tronlilc to collect it, arc ¡ufonneil that that doda;c is "'phiyed out," Wb shall (it our option continue to send the paper until iirn5ar.ii^c.s jiro paid up-they may leAvc it in tho office or rcturo it 'Tcfu.sed" an they clioose—we shall txniiniie to send and the law will give U8 tlie pay, if the party 13 rtsfrmsible;  The old in appearanet again.  lïray. are made young  .tUh PIHion.£ Va«r  foiiy dilTcrent atyle». «Iaptc4 to wcrcd nrd a nueic, forii<0 to cuth. " IJHY 0>E 4 or 61LVFB MEPALS, or other fir«t -prcn warded thfin. lllnfstratr.d {'ataloKiirt free. Add MABONicaAMHN, Ilnstou, or MASON BKOTH ew York. -i ,  -Wt'  timum KNlTTIftQ I/IACHINES  .............. „ . TO'l ■BAf»—''""' ' ' ""  , wârsiîî 'ce  t3"AliÒ,'%T.ttÌrf-dcr» í& crdcr, «tKoor Wçrt tiJ. ■ ÜH. XT. E,.ÍÍÍr.ÍN. Agent.  (¡imu/tt otfikmÈt. 1 ____—----  Simple AIodr of CosiruTi.vo Interksî.— A'ne^niíHTm y iiy  appears very simple. MuUiply any given number ofidollars by the numbeii of tíays of interest desired, separate the right-hand figure, and divide by six ; the result is the true -interest ot^uçh sums for fiucji number of djiys, at six per. cent. Tliis ru'o is so simple and so true, according to all business usagOy that CTery bankeivbiol^^ merchant, or clerk should j^t it up for reference |lîfdTûsôr"Î;hère being no sucli thing as a fraction in it, tl ere " is scarcely ai>y liability^ij-wror^r-^i^^^^ lîy  PO other. antímietical pro.wss can the desirçîiJ jpforraàti^ obtained with  if not re.-iponsible. ^vhy, perlin^ yon have "gof-us-but we'll For such wc have another  Temctly which wc are prepared to exhaust when needful. If you want your paper Rtopped,. Patf.  Tionnce that a niofit Écrions and ìiìstrcgsing accident occurred to Viri Jack,snn Sill, of this iown. on Monday livst, by whlifH' ho w-ill prol«*-: bly loose ^Ah cytó-;I.t appe^re t^t he wftfi ehak' ing tt bottle containing oil of vitrei and terpentine, which he Wiis using on his sheep to, Wre the Îbôt-rot, ^hfin the bottle explodei^ ^Kcatteripg the contrtitfr-in hlB face and eyes,' with the aliove terrible iiniilU Pioneers - -, .==- '  ^ iChe advantages of the arm, besides %ie giedt olic or celerity of fire^^ are the simplicity of the inechariism, wliich can be taken apart witlliaut ¿ screwdriver or olheriinstrument; the safety and eas6 with which it may Ijc cIeanS-ed: the couVeniencë or îondiiig in a Hriiited àpace bri horseback^ and uniform filling of the grooves; the reduced! charge consequent upi)n the entire co mmniplliiiL and the disuse of the ramrtü. The chief objection brougjht against it has been that firing so rapidly the soldiör would forget to aim, and so waste more ammunition than in the old vvea-pons. •  To Helieve Cawlb when Choked,— Take half a pint of soft soap, one quart  then let the klrongest man Who is at hand place his hip firnïly against the creatore'a; shnulder; then put both hands over the head, between- thé hocfis.  the upper lip,'with a good grip, and  ^fniifertfi^'n^  ' then with ialnittle or horn po\ir half the mixture'dbwfnhe mnmal's throat, a-litt1e al a time, 'tlifen^tive the äni-mul aronridj und if hot reîieN-fed i» a few ininiites, give .the remainder. Î  Broadwa|y while you dash past him in omnibnss; Jóíics coal looks á Tittle seedy- while your garments are immaculate; but, nevertheless, Jontis will be a rich man before you will. You see, it don't cost Jones so much to live as it does you. His wife is contented in £i neat delaine, whil§ yours must Jiave a iilk:'' hiir wifeinendsr-the d and-skillfnlly xiisposes rugs _ here_.and tiiera to hide the worn places while yours orcler a new velvet at seven dollars ü yard. ''We can't' possibly get along without it; my dear." His wife is not above j^ing .d(twn into tlie kitcheii^ cohcüct little desserts and look^^er the remains of cold  chieken pies/ rwhU helpmate would think it dreadful, to /^istle her skirts over tho tiiidergroand threshold. "It looks so tiieah;"  And one day you came home with wide-open eyes and pouth aiid inform your wife that "Jones has bought a country place On the Hudson j huvv could ho ever ^»ayó afítjrdéd^ it^vith his salaryf' - ;  It puts us clear beyond the bonnds of patient^ when we hear-people grUm-bling thiit ihéy "cannot live."^ ' .You libar; stupid, confílsed souls,, you could  Next 1 examine by sight and touch tlie' ndtler or bag, which must bo capación«, in order to hold much railk,-wUbtcata widé 4ip"art and free from, large - téed waha or sores olT añy Ícindj'í tnfefí fe-] juiíc Éów-long she goes dry before q-alving, as I dont wan| a family cow to give ñíiTíTless than forty-six w^i"" out of every fifty-two; also &■ to the quautity of the milk; and to .clow»; I milk hei'with my own hand«.**  ^ PoT.\To BL0SS0H3.~Jrt a article »tat-ing the importance of bnrying, potato tops on tlje spot where the pqtatpca alt- raised. Prof. J. F. W. Johnston,' who is perhaps, as good authority oii most agricir tural matters as any lifiog writer, makes a statement which 'wilí seem singular, at least to Amcrícaní leaders. It is that by taking oif iuo blossoms of potatoes, besides the usual increases of the crop, tho tops keep green till the potatoes are dug.—^Thna muclj green matter, is obtained* «na if this be made into-manure, and applied to the next potato cropi it is.-sard to raise Uie largest pfdánce of tubers. " —- — .  iNTEnrRETATioK OF DreaÌì.-^ Tod:è im of a millstone around your neck ii a sign of what 3'ou may expect if you get an extravagant wife. When à young lady dreams of a coÉñ it bètpk-"áíH thac "siíc^iinild "hisiîiiitïjr dîseoa- --tioue4acing her-stays tightly, -ud al»-'.vayegtJ thickly, shod in wet wcatW: To^r^m of fire is a^ign- that—^if-joa are wise—yon will see tliat the llghtt in your house are ont before yoii go to bed. To dream that your nose i» red at the tip, is an: intimation that yon had better leave off brandy and water;  LAWS OF NEW TOUS-^Bf JnUiorltr. .  ^vBrjr Utt nnlesa adiifercnt tiin« »baU b« preaqritMl fhcrclu, shall commence «aA take dfect (hroiui^oat U>Q SttUe, oaand soltwfar« the tv«aUetadiputar < ^e day of it« fin»! pauaso» aa certified by tteSM-reUry of Stato. Sc«. W, ütloi^cUa?. vised Statutes.] ■ ''  lav oHblisfcrd In the. SÛktùVuf», mf bo rciMl ^ evidence from the i>aper vhicB UahaU  and ia all proccedliif^ bofor* any'ofllcer,bo4xor board. In which it 'ähall be t&tfoght awcMaiT fcr thereto, vntUthn^ oioatba aft«rt^clo«a9f tha Ksaiou id which it bccaiH«« law. Sec. 8, tltl* 1, plutl, ItQTÙm^d Sututciu- audlAV« oX 184», «kap^  m]  CHAP. 77».  live on one quarter of the ih(u>'ey you foolishly tlu;ów 4iway-l - The trouble wiih you .is all your.life long yon have had too much nionc'^you haVe liiTiigs yourcoíilüñ't áftord; aíid didn't want. Just begin with tho world over again on^ a new footing. Ask yoñrself honestly, "Do I need this thin??''.beiore you pull out 3'our pocket-book; Don't buy a gimcruck be-caiise yoilr neighbor has got one just  AN AfcT «pproprintin;: tary tuna to niiifo  Toliä TCffjvcd at Olran, qn thè Gcncíjce Yalr Icy Cí¿ní^,^TÍ8C6. - - ^ m  Mn^... f.... ^... r.;;.  Jtily'..........,...;....#.  nnifima: and «mi -the. aational  Passed April 24, 186e^ ilir^iRiltoi Irfiig  present.-'~ .....-.....-  SemUe, mut .Isspjjyy, do amt a» fMowt;. ^ ^ SfCTios 1. Frotii the mon^s «oIleferM for fines add taxes under ^ions foorteen, .tfteeti iuuLidghteesLftf tho MUitiii law, i» tl^erby appropruttcd the sainoii one Kun^ndi thon^d dolla^, or .sd lnuch 4)i«rfof'|lii"tn«]r benewmarjv to nnlfofctn, »f^ «il^. j^ifi^" tlM(_ ■national jjuanl.. ■ - • '  :-./.STATiOFJiEirTOaK, . I Office of the (ff mat«^^^^^^ ■ • "  I haro eaaim^ Uic nt^eediaf "vlitt-Ite la«Meinoffte«.  aerib«d therein, itaU ' rmniwiwi ^«it'  iKe "liT ing mm Inird-to mouth:»-' A+tw^o-^^ man that has a hundred dollars in the sarngs-bank respects himself and  walks the earth with a freer footstep ytu^ii/evid^iiMfiKwiiM ]MMw««iiii»iMik» 'than the poor slave of debt. SK^'S^TiSSi',^^  your nciglibof'« opiniori; it- i«, a frwi tkWd^ipa^jgA^^ is qnltc welcome j^yt' ^¿khl.^SS^^  like it; and ^ don't cut your fustian jacket after the pattern of ybor millionaire employer'^ velvet coat I Remember the "rainy day" that conies sfjoner or later to bvei-y one, and lay aside all your' surplus funds to meet its ej^igehbies; and yoil will not only be a iicher, hut a better man. Tlicjc is nothing on earth that tries the temper  Pärtheivthan that, it ought to bea matter of èntire indiffeienoe to you.  It costs agpat deal inoro to live like a fool than to Uve like a sensible man, and it is not half so satisfactory in the long nin. Try it and see, and  h.avf^iiever IçRowii'this r^ to-(ml, t ^ . ' iincoimncêd, wc  and Ujsexcellcnt for_the bloat How ^j., repose-any'more  -er, safer, «nrf more humane, ,,e¿k.day selmonsorweelc-  io a remedv hke the above. ^ajT^jej^ta j ..  rtiuch caster it is totise than to run a sticV down Ihc Ihroati and kill the animal," 'as iti ,often tlie  casçl:^" . 1. . , ■ •  0. H. Bro^mingf of Iliinuls, has been appoint-gd Syi^tary df the hi fari« to «hcpomI Sc<ñ!t»T^  iu R.  At tj^o fire in Portlsutd, N. \\ Comp.a-niw iMt $1,516,900. Connecticut Commies, icK>t~«7aV;650T the Charter 0.ik Co., of liVt-ford, hM iti cApilal »0 lerioQ^X im^irsd (hat  B«viaed8lilit<it«i,«111^««MHir^ HH^  xa ACT Ç6nfir«&«f «¿Mfe  ÄSKSSi  U llw dty mf  ontnplied «Ith tlM» p#o«M(iM «( «Mpl» 4a  hundred, ' " "  huiulred 'siia]r4lìÌM^ -'fikm't^mSiM^ tk« capUgj,^ ^jjj^pf ìmSmà. «à  AlhMiif t siÄ-lwuty 1  l «atr* lié.  ........ Ili II! in>ìi<ip liiBiniiiii Mi.--. -  iì  >í - Sir „ ' <_< ^ . '.ï,.»^  kl I V  J, 'JÍ»-   

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