Angelica Reporter, November 14, 1866

Angelica Reporter

November 14, 1866

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Angelica Reporter (Newspaper) - November 14, 1866, Angelica, New York C. E, AM. W. DICKINSON, T«R9ltii~t4 I*KU VBAK, IN ADVANCK. (f»Í41«Me»1(l)^w«tMrnunit1«: deJifed for more «um «UM fitontb«. Fitt7c«u(îwldItion»l will bo chirged ^ ' t ; f ^ kfwram UMrit# cotnutb Mpotunent of pliUa A r- v,:^ 'Midltoci «ÏP«, »udjBxoeUeni prwci, »nd.»« pre!«- liafMisUaoatùl kind« öfjptalnuiAfiiuoy pHttt^' FIR Ë 1 WRiiNCË ▲ngelioá^f N. Y. (ll^tllt' AMricatt lnsuraiice Co. -ííw-Ytjtk City: ■ iPf'- OJmmÈTS $75l,C53.57. Arctic InsuuiiC^ ,i:)<ínlpai»ir* New^orktüff. ' gASH.48Sií?tS. . - . - - $693,975^.19. il. I-L.OVD, Asentfc 'r. sr*flí,--Tha îaeuted may participât« in' tìet ^ "IsMtf Aogelloa, Jnly 3,186(>. G. ^iltirifpf^iiTrüwiísrriw A|ii;e1Ìc«v Colijify, N.V. Officé—Fìbt ftoor Káat ot 'Baiìfist Churah. if- - ^^ rSAM B o li T O N. " ^ V V is'lll 0 N A B L E B A ilB E K HAÎR-B^HESSER, Ol . -Jiîfet ììoor Wcat qf Reffirt^'ßßce, Angelica. F : ■ f. . -—^-i. --v ri s Eggli^ston.; ri; li 1. Watch liailiei^-anil Jeweii6r'< and dealer ffc. la all kinds of Clocks, Watchce, and Juiveiry Repaifmit done on short notice oud rei- ■-f#!i»bli;termBf.-- • .-^v r*?- ---—=....... pgAniielica. Feb. 1/v, . I385if VOLrXXX: m 18; ^drnellsrmo J'nAui^akcE^^iicjfi ,THt5 tARGE^ IM WFSTEri.V NEW YORIC. ' Reprctcntine over lp27,000,(H}0. "I''" • ■ ■ " ' ll' JStna, TTartford,;V:..: r:i4,D67,456,80 Honit^ New York,...... ..8.5«»8,6T4,U Ins. Co., N, Arnor. Phil.,.. 1,731,000,00 Ph09nix, New Yi.rk......1,663,1'J2.72 Security, New York,.....1,682,860,24 Hartford, Hartford,...... 1,5»3,163,02 Lorrilhird, Now York,.... 1,402,681,13 Home, New Haven,...... 1,000,000,00 Inttirnaiional, N Y.,..... liOOO,000,00 Phflojnx^ IJftrtfi»id,. .^53.000,00. 625.000,00 612,871,7S 544,4.^5,67 500,000,00 5oo;ooo,0o 440,651,72 ANGELICA, N. Y., WEDNESDAY, NOV. 14,1800. Arctic, New York,.,.... ;. Metropolitan, N. V.,.-..... Putnam, Harlford,.I... N. Anier?cn, IIartf«)rd,.i.. Yonkers & N. York, N. Y. City Fire, Hartford,...... Travelora' Hartford—-Acci- dent.ll,..;............ 600,000,00 New York Life,:........5,000,000,00 _ -Total ;.. ... i $27,459,809,00 Parties dcBirins RELIABLE Inpnrnnce, at equitable-ratét^, will find it to their advantage to oppty at this Agency before inauriDg or renewing their policU's elfewhrro. CRANE, COVE & YOUNG. AgVs. 0. H, YO0SO, W. G.COTI«; M Ciumi. ■f:..... Dr. a P Carver. DPNTIST :iiii Dental rooms over the store of S. N. BennrltXr Co. In Smitli' DaVIs" Block, AiiBclica, ttW 1 have no pwtner. . ,1313 :tf BOU^TIKS,' and Bac'c Pay, procured by the subscriber. R. LLOYD. Cloim Acent^ Aiigelica,ii.Y., 18154. HOltf BAXTER'S FRIENDSHIP, N. Y. .^EfitabHsh'cd-in 1853.) • Stadeñtá g^dnated Iq vocal and inntruincntal inu •■te,Tiadiinn!eírB0BrpBSíiiíñi; JAMES BAXTEB. Principal aud Propricttir^.. • Send for a clrcnlar 1406:tf <5.21 DR. H: B. GORTON, J. D. MANDEViLLE & SONS, INSURANCE AGENCY, LIFE, FJRE ASI) ACCIDENTAL. Assçts over ..... .. $26,000,000. Assets' of Cumpanieat Home Fire Insurance Co.. N. V..........$3,.';98.CM 14 Metropolitan " " ......... 1,«44,118 48 Ins.Co.oiN. America, Pa..... ......... 1.731,000 00^ Nlapara Firo Ina Co.,Ii. Y.....T:....... l,'.'70,0';0 «lO JMiuOiuttau.-^—4' ^ . ,. (fertnuiila " ............. 718,CS9 32 Security' " ! ............:. I3M8.344 62 Continental " •• ............. l.-Wi.»»? 00 Arctic . " " . ............. «14,101 18 International " " ' ............. l.niS.nis 43 Market- - " — .Tr. S5M»;43Httt Mutu.ll Bon. »Llfo Ins. Co . N. J..........0.184.529 00 Efiiiitnble Life Insurance Co.;.._______ 1,040,480 00 ^ow YorU AcciUental............................250,011^ 00 Xeu^ing to Wldk. Only lx>ginnit)g the jonroiiy,' Biany « mile to go ^ Little feet, bow they p«tt«rr Wantleilfiirfo and no. ' Trying ag^ln, «> liravely, l.aughing iji {ml>y glee;, ; " ' Hiding it« facc in mother's lap,' ' Proud, n« li baby can be. Talking the oddest language Ever before was liear«!; : But mother, you'd harvlly think so, UndorstrfBdh every word. _ Tottering now and falling, ' . „ -]tOLca-tliaLnre,iroinff-to..«y-i_-—^------: KisHi-K and plenty of lore-word», . , . Willing ayain to try. Father of all. 01 guide them. ■ .¡ The pjitttring little feet, . While they are treading the up-hill io«d. jlraving tbeduatand beat. Aid them when they grow weary,' ,, ' Keep them in pathways blest, And wlleu th» journey's ended. Saviour, 0 I give them rest, , ---------Chip», ■" f I • . BUGUTVALtT TIOOT. Out of the tavern I've stepped to night; street, you arc t-awght in a very bad plight, Iligiit hund and left are both put of pltic^— ijtreet, yt>u are drqnk! it's a very clejjr case. Moon,- 'tis a very queer figure you cut— One eye fs staring while 'tothcr is Bhut; Tipsy, I sco; and you^are eieatly to blame; Gld ttsyoa are-r'tis a'^terribl« Bhame. ^^ Then the street livmi a-wliat a Bcandalous si^bt Noneof iliem solH-Tly stiinding uprigiit, an-i—fitiiggering—why on my word, Euch of the lampii are as drunk as a lord. All is conf«.sinn—now isn't it odd; I ntii the oniy tiling «obt-r abroiUl ? iSetttr go inttf'tiie tavéni again. TOTAL Asseth, f26.Sf.d,193 57 ÄS^Insnrancß paoniptlv- effpcled by mail or otherwise in any of the above conip.ViiiiiR on nil kinds of proiierty- Xheprompt adjustment of Losses a speciality with us. ÄS^All communications proiüptly altended to. OFFICE IN THE TOWN HALT-. UNION STREET, GLEAN, N. Y. I. 0. MA^fPEVILLR, / W. n. MAKPEVltUs; J. B. HANDEVILLE; E. REMINGTON & SONS, MAUFxVGTCRERS^ OF------ REVOLVERS, RIFLES, rÊ> zm ^ UL hlj? Fiiendship. N. Y 1420 THE SILVER SKIRT! More Durable, . ^ ,, More lUastic . / { > Ï ■ More Graceful ! A.nel %T-ill ïceep It« Wliape and rotoln. Its l*laoo l>cttor than anyotltor SUlrt. ?;Titiltiew añ ! bc5u»iíu^ çtyle óf SUlrt (Patent-'(éd' Máréh 7, ISCOl 'Was awarded by t|!c Great Amcricaa Institute Fair held iû New York, ticto-b«r, 18Ü5. » y , SIUVEUJUEiyLL Î ? --'fr i' -k 27*c kighesi promiiun ¿ver given for a : liçop Skirt,: Thé Steel Sprin>r« are wound with a finii plated Tí -wire ^inpîïKtnifit tîwttwn trflvwng) Is 'wfájñ&B' òr Itet oine t V'ùlçd, and the whole ái<irl ' may be washed wit'iout injury or fear of rusting. ^K^d will^be as good, an new. COMBTX.\TiON SILVER SKIRT !. ! , ■ Thli-luTeptioa comV>ln««-wil'h the ordinary cotton ' Skirt the advantages of onr SILVEU SKIRT: the bot torn hoops ara the name a* thoBe u«i'd in tho Silvor i^iclrt, thii covering of which cannot wear off, while .•. ; the i^perjouM ' itig" once worn one of our skiiia will h? willintf (o wear any other, as the lower hoops of all other kinda •re »00« lujurcil aud soiUid. „ ^obeRt. materials arc 5« (ied in tti^ir constniction, . I ki^ttam tlicir ducahility aud neatuvss they are dc» tined to bi^conie a ii :iv/ £ AfAVOillTESKIRT ! , Manafkctured s'jklf by. th<^ Silveh Skiut Asd Wire MANUFACTnniso CoMi'ANv, ¿50.Mahci-ay Stiieet, ' jyj[u.skets and Carbines, ' For United StutOf» Service. A ko, ' POCKET AND BELT REVOLVERS, ICepoatlnsi* I'listols, mri.K v.iyKs, h'Ei'oj.vLxa itmrs Rifle .V- Siiot finn U irrols, .t Oun Materials, Renneral-ly. Soldhy GunUuiilerfl and the Trade throughout the country. In these days 6f House Brcaiking and il^bbery-tìverv^liEQnsef^torer Bank^-and Ofiics should havè^otie of- : REMINGTON'S REVOLVEES. Circulars containing cuts and dcKcription of our Arm.s will be furnished t pan application. E. REMINGTON A: SONS. Ilion, N. Y. SIocuE & NitnoLs, A«eutj«, A'o iO CourHaml at., Xvto Vari-, mar. 21. Cunous History of a $1,000 Note; Frequent mention has been made in li:e proceedinjis of tho Baltimore City Council of a $1,000>rtnli note, which was in poBsestiion of Mv. Josiah Cobb, an<t which he felt desirous to have disposed of, 80 that he might be relieved of all cuie iti reference to it. Its history, which copy from the Baltiiiioie Siin, is alit'le ciiriou« : In the ye:ir 1838, it appears, Mr. Cobb'nt il 0» by a t<» cliaiigc $10 note. Upon looking at it he discovered it was a genuine $1,000 lull, ^vmFltti t*ttrioiitrtt) kti<)Wt?i»fmitai»g more about it. So gix-at a mistake in the dfiioinination of a note was not or-dinnriiy" made. Ho retained it for in-([niry, and then ascertained it had been ofleied to a lady who conducted the iiiillinery bu-sineBs, by a negro woman, in pay for soine articles. Tliat some one. was the loser to that amOtint seeui-ed almost certain; Mr. Cobb, ntider the circurnstances, felt hinisulf justilied in BUSINESS COLLEGE And telegraph Institute ! This iB the most.''rawtrrtJ amiAlv>roURh Commercial College in thè States. It has been cstabjished twelve years, and has secured au unpaMllelcd reputation for practical and thorouKh iusiructiou. PUNMAN'Stlll». -Wo can ssfcly Kiy, that no Ivstltvition in the world b»s^odncpd-raorc-firBtxiaB»-peiran>n~tUan~tbo~Dui^ llilo College. UOOK-KEBPINO. Every variety of Single and Ponblo Ent^ is tavtght, from the most siniplfl til 111« most conipUca.ed. The School is L'raded : GonsiHting of Primary. 'Iheoretlcul aud Practical Departiuentsi. The Practical department is tue most perfect system to be found In tho world. . . M \TI1EM \TICS. ThorouRb instruction is given in Commercial Arithmetic and the higher mathematics, when- desired.. Pupils hecoine fivniiUair with the Law cf Partner ship. Agency, ContracfM, Commercial Paper, Jtc.. Jtc. _ ^Thlsdepartmiìulia JiltiidJili-iu--th^ jnoaLiioniplei ■tyle. and is in every respect eii<ial, if not superior ,t any institute i i the Ui ited Stau-Ji. 8<'IIOIJAR>IIIPS. Scholarship issxicd in this College will h^òod for any length of time in Forty-eight Colleges, comprls ini;.the Chain. F- r further inftirmation address DRVA.VX ii STUATTON, Buffa^jNjJ^ April.ll 1860. ly: DUCTOU STItCKlAliO'S , Tonic! J Jane 27. l8G6:lyB. NRW YORK. T. S, Sji>crry, SupU. DYSPEPSIA. DR. STRICKLAND'H TONIC is conccntruted preparation of roots ana herbs, with aiittacids and_carmina-tivi!« to strengthen "iiie~g{t)macli anff —' ■ ........ riervons syt-tem. It is a certain remedy for dyspeptiia or iiidigcstfon, Uervousue»», lost of appetite, acidity of the stomach, flatulency and debility. It is not alcoholic, therefore paiticularly suited for weak, nervous and dyspeptic persons. Tor sale by all DmggiBt« everywhere at per bottle, jan' ly- iKMi .... .1 " , - r 1 .1 The Indians rested one or rt'taiiung the iKJlt:j_ßojL9-_l0L.-Jfind—thiL A-^ — ----------------.—i-r— 1 (}n the Window, Ifvclk-a - A "Professor'' is cxhibîHng- at Bor^ lin a troop of »'Trained Pleas," that draw mïnî.itnre carriages, fîiu off can-nt)n, and perform various other exploit« of a similar character: When ex1iU»ïthig Vu8 tiiiy performera before the King, the "Profeissor" was seen to aaddetily. change cuuntenanco, and to exhibit signa of great consternation. "Whatis the matter, Herr ProfesiS-orî" inquired Hia Majesty, on Bceiug that tht; performance had come to a stand still, "Siro," leplied the "Pto-feasor," I perceive that one of my best got loose and disappeared. I can do nothing without thcjCo-oporationof my Napoleon," replied the King, good hu-moredly. '.'Ladies |ind gentlemen," continued His Majesty, addressing the courtiers preseni, "Let the Herr Professor have your best help in recaptur» îng the Great Napoleon. In what direction, Herr Professor, do yoo imag-iiie the runaway to have gque?'[. „"Jf.L may venture. Sire, to reply Irankly to your Majesty's question^ I suspect the Groat Napoleon to have Hecrcfed about the person of Her Serene Highness,the Princess F--^." The "Highness thus named, feeling anything but "Serene" at the thought of affording qimrters to such an intruder, made a hasty retreat to hpr oivn «pjiulnicnt»,. .wht^nce, . after a brief retirefiient .with mnwistS, shé smilingly returned to the Hoyal près ence, bringing some object, held. delicately between her tliinb and flinger, which she caulioiisly miVd'e over to tho Prijfessor. "Alas ! Sire," dolefully ex clMiiliid tlie latter, aller a nioinen^tk glanccat what he thought was his discovered treasure,"/}{ a wild Jim and not (he Great NapolmnP* And the exhibition, and tho gossips, w^iis thris brought to an ignominious conclusion'. "Oh, she was a jewel of a Wif»i T said Pat,.mourning over the Ittsa of his better hall;"she always Btruck nre with the soft end of the mop." " A Woman's Fight With Indianiii The following is frofh thé Tehama (California) Observer: "I Hessck, who runs a pack train between Red lilnff and Hayfork of Trinity, give the ".particulars of a daring exploit of a lady. Mrs. Sarah Donelson, formerly a resilient of Red Dl^uflf, is living in a log house on tho trail with her children .....her father went out hunting stock, and Mrs. Dohelson wiis looking after her poultiy a short distance ; from the house. Suddenly five. Indians made their Appearance. Mrs. Doneîson started for tho liouse, and wns inteicepted by two IiKiians, Tlirowing tlicni from her, a third caught her by the shoulder. She knocked him down, and readied tho house in salcty, Ijaircd the door. ihare riiles How InteUifent Yonng I^iet.BeguA the Ilisuo The following i»py of« letter from ayonui; Lady ^ a friend, will do to^ubliiih, even after clcctioa. Sunoxa liliiM, Jioir, letl86fi' llrBMitM;—At dection fsifaenliiibaQrb' in? topic, you will cxcum hm if I introduce tb« Bubjoct without preliminaries. Kext Tueeiday with «», as with you, will do« cidtf Uto greiit qnetition «t Issno. Maine, Vermont, PennBylvani«, Ohio, Indl-atift ftnd Iowa did their duty nobly, pow roaiy onr h>yi»l Bay State, and your pruud old Empire follow in tlieir shining wake. conwnfmf«/extract of pure unadulUrdted pollticfj f With ho leanlnji toward Johnson, do you stand perpendicularly with Congresj, that strong, bnivo, righteous body ? Yt'S^ 1 know that you have not. "swung around theclrclc" idvocating ; "Jfy ToUey," leivvingtlie l/iiionand Cbnstifttf»«»» 'at every Bt«» -tion on tbo irotite. But your "cwect hcdrt" a Johnson in<in ? If eó, pray givo hint a freo pasa^^ a hugt. placard attached to the rc;tr of hig coat-Hklrt«, and printed theruon in broad capital lettati "MY.POLICY." S(ind hitii kiting around tliat '/arde," till his giddy M-ul swims, and falling, he'iu iwallowed up in the ccf« pools o{ Xkmoctatk cotrufiioii. If I had a "Iwau" who was identifled with that p.irty, I'd drill into^ his coppér head ùnd Warf him^ wulifn'iyou?.^ ^ : - r . JJft yotv eyer wish you were a and privileged to strike the heavy blows dealt by Btcv-cng, ^unmeri Fprney aiid a host oi othei-si Or wouM you be a xcomariy with Stout f lieart and steady fingers to the wiry democratic, ^ubl©, and break it thread by thread ? -.ib. innine.....your jdwU-.workiug-sccrctlyi-si'- Jeatly, persiatently, till youmake a hole Bom«-whcre inthe .wallti of that dark chamber of liliculiuiqmhj, ythcxt tho light will come in,'and a breath of pure fresh air-, 4Iiat, inhaling, yon will grow stronger. ' Do you ever think that every honest, earaest intelligent woman is a jponilm poicer, c\cii in tho poUtib\i world ? and Binco that la true my dear M., BCQ t« it that your influence it brought tp bear-on tho right sidii, for tia question of to-dav Ls before us. IKAo i j " our Moses ? ■ lludically Yours, F. B. 0. Cmwnaif YoTiir«.—Tht »tble dowtt no tttkîS' respecting tli« Cbris-tian*g<5ómliict at tho polli : b«t wW read, "Whether' yé eiiit òr drink, or iwhatsoevcr yedd. do «U to the glory of God." This i« enough. ' Vote .''to Iho glory.of God.».. Vote «p..-thai the kingdom of Ulirist may be advanced. The ballot-box is one òf the pointe »t .which the conflict between the powi erti of light and the powere of darkness is carried en. A>ote for the right is » vote for Christ and his cause in tlie world, diristinn voting is a part of the. Christian warfare. ïhojïrçmnLÇon^^ calls for this kind of »oting. Some ap» pear to think that/ now that the war is over, politics arò emptied of all relig* imis principle. A voter could hardly tnako a greater mistake. Those principles of justice, %nd freedom which saved the nation during the war, need the same earnest support now. -TÌRy must be carried out more and mòre eomplctely« : The proi:d ^tste-splrit Ì8"*ampa«tr--Itt»n imstibduedi not^-l^ angry recrimtnatfon, but by the power of silent rotes. Christian voters, wheth* er yeeati or drink, or vote, do all to the glory of Gt»d. Cast your ballots for progress. Vote in the fear of God, and notinthe fearof men, whether good or bad. fhsTaUor Bird: ; AND THE BAMIIER WÀVEI owner. He afiveitised it at vaiirouB times for some four years, and nevei-had a call for it. Tired of btiing its custodian, in Feb-ruiiiy, 1842, depojiited it in thè city treasury, %vith $80 -iO interest, in trust, for the l»enefit of the owner, if htt should ever be iouiid. Efforts have been made, at one time or another, by partitis in the way of administration, or as de-Kcendenta of the colored woman, long silice deceased, to get possession of it, but without effect. Since the time of deposit with the city the $1,080 40 have been lying in the city treasury, ^nlwihjphTtn^fi^^ndT^^ TiTiio the sum amounts to near $3,000. This, by the action of the City Councils, witliin a day or two past, it has been determined shall be appropriated to the use of the "Union Orphan Asylam." Thus the mysteriòùi» note is iliially disposed of. In addition to the singularity of the fact that jMr. Cobi) never found a legal claimant for the note, notwitli- presented if to pay a bill never appeared to, make a claiigi f«r it. A Hatmtrf^ Housb. t the woman, who approaclit'd tlrein, took down tier faiher.s rifle and 4«itnrned the fire of tlie Indians^ throuj^h the apertures of 'chinks' of the log house. On attempting to cock lier gun Mrs. Dpiielson found that the thumb of her right hand had been shot away by an Indian bullet, but using her left hand, she soon had the pleasure of knowing that her would-be murderers had retreated, whether with whole hides or not she could not tell. Muscle, courage and self-possession won a victory—-one against iive, and that one a al I exhibit an imstanc« in Indian fighting wherein a wojiiah has acquitted herself more creditably. ¡ Í Ministerial "Oil Smkllino."—The First United Presbj'tôrian Synod of the West, recently in session in »New Ikigh ton^ Pa,, h ad before i t't he case of one, or two <»f its ministers who hid pitactiaeAthe^uofiüasján: „oL^^^ "'Si" 't is termed, or the determi-natfon (by what means is not stated), of places where oil can be found, locating wells, etc. The Synod, uftèr due consídí^ration, took tho following action:"Ue8olved, That the Syn od wliolly dis.-ipproves of ministers of the Gospel engaging in the business of "oil mtrdium," as being calculated to bring r^,'proach ¿orí tire Church of Christ, and- to iujiire ^^^ther causfe ofv rei igion." Déscrji'tion OK Andersonvillk,—^The prison embrac's an area «)f 25| acres, being 1195 rods in length by 895 in width. It is enclosed by a stockade, formed of pine loga 20 feet long and 8 inches in diameter, placed close togeth-standfng his rej)eated_jLdvei'tíaeimínt8r Jit-aud^lanled-in-the-Cíútli-attlie^H^ it'siJl-ms that the. colored wtmian who of 5 feet. The "dead line" was IT feet from tile stockade. The cemetry is about 100 rods from the above. It contains 47 acres, onclose(| by a nevv imfastantittt^ickeT fence. OneachsTd'^ Cough no More! DR. STRICKLAND'S MELLIFLUODá CoHgh Balsam Is warratrfiBd to bo the only pirepa- DE. BICK»iLL'S BYEtTPl : ' - - THE GBEAT C H OL ERA REMEDY! Also üí'eiitTS, 0'«r!+oe». Cj'Ol^t« .Mordus S-iraiiur j ■Co¿p<si»<3 V^nor.Crainu in S oioach «r U"'»«'s ,1 C'»ííq'' 8t>m»<iH. V«Tn er>'JÎiiôtîc.,&P , »«d f» WMrrnht'd to CCkK. or no fcav 'is p>lir«.|« with*>nt • |>«r. tici • of op a'e '» tiarr. tic. lliR'-'.v Sfimnt'e. v«rr» pi»«*-■ «»t t-t t'«« ♦»»"•, 1)11» snre in'ltît. eliVc*»;'«ariiiH und «'r<nirh*n« •h'* s- sfi-tr^ l>(ié à "<i>'aiin,^fr<>rdit<ir mu-t liuniedia'e i-Heil «ul a ot the »>tx-le »st-Wr.» the most incrednlous of tli«-»» f«ctg> SoM ihy s I de'alrr« in mi^ieine.' Pl. ai« (.end *<)' rin-iilar and tr» it £ ...DlMAWmwrit» áliT-o.C nmt «c'i't . I.Wm» rafioiiTtnowlYTffcure mrghsrc^ hoarsCnetiS, asUF' ma,-whooping cough, chronic coughs, consumption, bronchitis and croup. Beini, prepared from honey and herlm it is healiuR, soitt-ninf?. and expectoniting. and particularly suit.ible for all nilections of ihe Throat and Lungs. For sale by Drusgists sverj--where. ~ . JLiuic. for Piles. DR. STRIGKUND'S Pile Remedy jul'liíTcntlóii'of Rurc ineriti _________ Has tured thousands of thè worst cases of blind piles. it gives immediate rolltl, »òd eifcctsn permanent cure. Try it directly. Itis war> ranted to cure. For salo by aU Druggist« U SP Cents c'r bottle. . ' - . > (MaMJÙ^ìMÌQM A Waterville,c(»rrespondeht of the Boston Transcript tells the following Curious stor}': .- . "Nearly opposite H.illorvcll. on the bank of ihe^iver, staniïïs tfieniarmnTs haunted house x)f Chester. It is an old square buildingi and the very pic-, turc (»f destruction; the doors.and windows being (fut, the out houses in nj-ins, and the fences broken down. For quite u number of years attempts have been made to inhabit it, but annoyances by night and by day, of a niysle-nous - character, "hatre 'ahyays "driven away the occtipants. A patrol stuti(»n ed in every direction, and the examination of every nook snd corner within during these disturbances, have failed to give any satisfactory cliio to theTr^origin7~AiT intîrfvalT)^^ ring which 4lie building iémairied va-^ cant,'did not in any. wise abate the evil. Though the ownertf offer a free rent, np one can be any longer foimd with the courage to accept it." of the gate are posts 8 feet high^ sup porting sigh-boards, on which are neatly painted the following : " national cemktry, _____________ !AndcrmmUle^-^--------- The Presbyterian .Bannef, giving the above, somewhat facetit^nslx" adds: "We have known brethren of various denominatitins. whose,piety we should be sorry to doubt, who have,succeeded in discovering where oil is noi." Gen, Scott's Daughters.—It is not generally known that the eldest daughter of thé late Gen. Scott died broken Jiearted- in a -French - eouvent, because her father would- not give,his consent to her marriage with a young Fi-ench nobleman and officer, who was unobjeetionably in. every respect excepting Hlh«t"Gen," not wish to have a son-in-law against whom he might have to draw his sword in the event of a collision between France and the United States, in which the suitor to the hand 'of Ill's daughter would have to take a part, in his car pacity of officer in the French army. "The Commander-in-Chief of the United States army - should not . enter into such entangled alliance," was Gen. iscoti's obstinate reply to his daugh ter's and wife's entreaties. Tlicr poor young lady, who while still a pupir at Miidame Chagarencey's school in New had been distinguished on ^ac- menfs, now retired to a convent, where she died a short time afterward. Choosing a convenient leaf, generally one which hangs from the end of a slender twig, it pierces a jrow "of holes. along each edge, using its bcsk iui the - same manner that a shoemaker urcji his awl, the two in» struments being very similar to each other in shape, thoujipli not inimatertal.. When the holes are, completed, the bird next procures its thread, which is a long fiber of some plant, generally much larger than la needful for the task it performs. Havimg found its thread, the feathered tailor beginsr to pass it through the h^^les, drawing the sides of the leaf toward each other, so as to form a lif»lio\y. cono, the point downward. Within the hollow thus formed the bird next deposits a quantity of soft, white ' down, likc: short cotton wool, and thus conatriicts a warm light aiid elegant nest, which is scarcely visible among the leafagel of the trecv and which is safe from almost every foe except man. Many-^yoara.Ag4»-H+»raceOreeley-»nd Park Benjamin were joint editors of a weekly journal The hour for going to press had come/, the editors were together in thoir room, and were unexpectedly summoned for "more copy. Surprised and vexed, they looked at each otherfor a. moment, sat down at desks facing each other, took up their pens and went to work. After two hours' hard work they compared: notes and-Greeley-had- a -erusliev-on -^'Pro^ crastination" and BcnjaniiiLa remaika biy bitter argument against "Haste.^' Washington, Oct. 31*^Reportsfrom Iowa state that the wheat crop has yielded 20 bushels to the acre, the best ever made. l'Ile frost has Injured the corn somewhat, and it will not yield more than 25 bushels to the acre. The )otuto crop is -damaged considerably ■:»y biigs. In Nebraska, frosts aud high winds have injured the corn crop to a great extent. ^ Confusion of Toncuks,—A distin guishcd-geographer has -enumerated 860 distinct liuiguage^, t^nd 5,000 dialects in the nc' long to Europe, 114 to Africa, 124 to Asia, 41T to America, and 1ÎT to Oce inica. This probably, does not com-j|rlsc the whole, for ipany provinces lave tongue more or less peculiar. In the Son th..Seas it is said there are little islands cldse together, the inhabitants of which cannot understand each S Te- MAKB A-GàitDIiB BUIÌK- aìììs NIOIIT.ÌÌ^ r remehiller seeing, some yeurs since, ip an agrìcultursl work, now out of print, àn article on "economy of cau-. which may bè Ww and uaeful to inaiiy of Olii-reader*.. ,When as In ca-s«;of liickues!», a t|ull Hght is wished, or when matclwa «re mMlaid, put fine-sàU on tbetéi^ tilt it r^h^ the^bUclc part of the wick.: Ih tàis ¿^Mitd attd steady Kght, may M l^ftughnhi^' «Tjffctr by «imIV r ^ fòr drinktiiic Mihi tnt it^ ftípápit*! «If for f«ñr WPJI- The following inscription also greets the visitor at the entrance : "On FameH eternal camping giroimds; Their nilcnt tents ar<' spread ; , A gl"r.y goiirds with R»>l»imn rounds "Tlie bivouac of the dead." Inside the enclo.sure at various points are the following inscriptions '•The hopes, the fcJtra. the blood, ih^tears, "That rnnrked the'liTtier strite. ' " Arc now uircfnCvnc^^ That Kived tlie Nation's life." "Whether'n the prison drear, Or i n the Uittle's van, - The fittc.-<t pl.ace for m m trt die, _________jH.ythctciie.diea futmixn-u'' ^ , ' "A thoiiKind battle fields have dranli The bh)0«l of warriors brave. And countless homos arc dark and drear ". Tho' the land they died to save.^' •'ThroMRh all Il.'lM'llion*s hortots, Bright Khinm the Natlnii'a fume. Our gallant soldier« perishing. • Have won a namelos.? graye.'^^^^^^^^ "Then shall the dust return to the e.'vrth as it wan. and the spirit shall return to God who ^avo it."About the Hair. Hatrisihc TOl)irwhidrTOrKm»-N»tti^ An<i adorns ouii bodies, And tliat alone remains when evcrjhother beau ty's gone Whetiever a new article has come up promising to enrich, adorn or lengthen this most oruiimental of all coverings, our people liuve been exceedingly for-wjird in giving it a trial, and in. more instances than one have been sadly dtsifppjtntcd;' lucfance tliat we feel disptiscd to urge anything new in the way of Hair llc-stiners, and wcwould not do bo now, but for the reason that we have in our nitiid an article ofjsuper^xcellentJiual-; ity, ohe that have tried, and knqw lull well its value. It is not only a dressing that beai^tifies and renders the hair of a natural glossy appear ance, biit it lengthens it aîid will re store it to its original Colon If red and has becori^e gray, it wiH baiikittm redr'irffii^ en; if black, the rax'cns plume cannot outvie tlie lustre with which it will agîûn return to It. Wc know of a score ofperstinrwhoss taded and fallen hair The number of nnioh.graves - is 12, ^^ _______________________________ 920 ; graves of Confcnlerateàr graves are arranged in sections of two rows each, with headboards between, on which are pai ted the name, compa-ny, rrgiraent and Stat«*, together witlt the date of the death of the deceased, eaclL .board marks .l^wo graves. Six gr»ve«;appear alone.- They are those tit men hung for mnrdering fellow prisoners.. -__ ' • ■ -" Th^jr who negleel their old frlenäs forth« take of new, m« jrigbtfally-Mrv •d if they lost both . - We speak of Hall's ^^ newer. Use no other, or j-ou will diaaíppoiatedv^Fití^urgh Gazeiíe. A mail by the name of Perrot, offers wUr a^new m^ _has in Tented, which is moved by^steam ant i exploded with gas, to kill at the rat« of sixty thousand men every'twelre hours. [That fellow^g an agent of the "Universal Pea^ Sooietj»—wj>«tb«r he k»OWl ii«T BOM LETTHEBIKD SOBEAlCf IIpMB Made Vikeoab.—Kvcry family may make its own.vinegar. The Maine Farmer publisbej^ the receipt for roak-it, fiirnjshcdJjy^ She took t^ parir«g3 and. cores of.apptes, poured pti boiling water; with a little molasses and yeast, put all into » isrge stone jar and kept where it was ^ moderately warm. In three weeks it wim good CMilRQE HER TU THE MlimEl REPUBLICAN ÜNIÓN^ ANTI-JOHNSpNT, AOTI-RlEBEL, ANTI-COi'PEIlHBAB VICTORIES IN TOWN, COUNTY, and STATE I Men or Few Words.—-Sou« men us« words as riflemen do bull«t«; .They say but little. The few words nsed go right to tho mark; They let y«n tftik, aud guide with their eye and faee, ob and on, till what you say ^an -be answered in » word or two,and Jthta tiiey lance out a sentence,' pieror i^c natter to the quick, and are done. T^nr con* versatiob falls into theirmiads as ritr- / .erajntixji.decp.eha8mt4utdjs Itmt tnm^ sight by its depth and darkness. They will sometimes snrprricyMwt& « Ibwr words, that go to the mark lilt« »j^ti* shot, and then they are silent *gaÍB,Mi if they were reloading. Stidi m«n S4r« safe counsellors, and true, frletids, in every case where they pirof«^^ to b« such. To them truth is more valuabl« than gold, while pretension it loo gM* zy to deceife them. Words iriUiovt point; to them,, are like titles 'without merit, only .betrá^ring the wttakMSS «1 the blinded dupes who are v^wtá as promoters of other men's «cb«nMfl. - John H. Selkreg, editor of Xthim Journal, and late postmaster, him I»mb nominated for the Assembly tqrtb« If a? ionists of Tompkins: eoaoty. . Hiíi makes four editors to be next hnuse-«£IHs H. Robert«, 1«. J. Bigelow, Williatii Pool aud Mr; S^tki^g* , Domo G^n.-r-Dr. Johnton «sed to say^ 'lie who waits U» do a gccMkt deal of good at once will never do iiny."--. ^Liltle-by^tl..... Providence opens to us oppoiiuaitiw of óséfulhess. We may not r«^ butjwc can rule our own"«|>irit Tn found » nniversit>r may not ]b« ta oar power^ but we can give a water in the name of Christ J»nit!toK DAVIS' FSJBKO Aifonm» '0STirASTi>.?-^Tbe comnÌMioa - «f Dr. John J. Craven, acrtbor of "The Prisa» Lifettf'Jellerseft-Dam,^ ai Ftiatuiaalai was îsaaêd. yaalatdiy»A cojo^ cook, e»^^ of her own color« bad uoúáug íimi «ImTiik ATLAXitc.^Thefor NovemliiT j thosght good' «BOVgb to'aêt < biifim has boca received, ^e cötitehto ai»} contributors aí% : Viiodsii hy^n^- ^ ; jitea* ge» from Hawtliome'» Kote Book, 3Ù r Oà Tnuulating the Divine Comnu^i«, FóurthSoQ-hts^beír^th-grcítt re^wtrby-Hr-W. - lioogfellow hundred yearti é^or by J. n.'A. l^onc ; Kathiu-lno Monte part 1, by the author of ' ron, líy Gen. H; B. Sergeant î l^e fto^ l'rwssia, by ,0. C. iïazeVcU ; .Tk« Soug- Spiw-rour,, -In v^Uidism« by ^(UtAtlott» O riíBth Oaunt, or Jealoosy, XI» by Charle« Kèed ; Gurowski, by Hubert Carter; The Pres-them. Her mictrma said, "ObÎoB, ja« mnst make an apolegy.'^'lA t jaisiai^ ho# can I make it t 1 got no àjppl««. ño eg^ no butter» jio aaiBa to^ laaka itwid.^ ------:----- -----Tbey bave orer at Kewtowa, la Jmr^sey a Belgian hocse, ataadi hands hΣ^,aBd weigbii^ ident and liisACoomplioe« ; Marshall's Portmit of'Abraham Lincoln ; Reviews and litemrj Notlcci. 'Mb. A«tnvb'»yi£wMAaAa*«*tm Cmu>BVt Sit^piaiDß fojT tac little* one»».. .«DtitM.. . vìi» Cmu>mi»'b Hour," U About being «terted ia Philadelphia by T. S. Arihut, to 1» ready, by 1st November. It isltnoouncsd, that in t^ [hy-andUiUätmtion.-ihliii new in«|puÍQ« ïnill lbë more beautiful th^ anytliiiv; UmA has appeal^ In onr oocátry. Äs to It« toiae, qöal-ity. arid uMfüIncM. w« need not MW • word. ..... ' rtuta be If, am^ air our lesading and popular authon^ there » one more peculiarly fitted than anollier for this very work, it is Mr. . Arth«. With inotheni and <à)fìdfen_all ov«c ths laad his nauëis alreadyaa'honeied household word "the poblk: know hlra and «infida in him. There aré few jwrenta who lore tieir. chitdrea, aiMliiedt Ut lead tMr ten4er aiinds to tlün«« trae, and pure, and T«ligi«Nu, who «til aoS ba ftm^ CaiuMBx*» Hooib^* Ths pitoertliiiaswmi^^ûMtwIll be $1.lft pm year. ^ FtW copm will' ha sMt for A.iaapl«miiabMrwíl)bfraMÍl«lby iha tá' tloraidwiUhhsroans4^sl|0«ia«a Art» ki¿^fbaalil|iUar^fthreriftntfési^Ìì over one oullìon do'aots»4*^ all. .Fármera In York ooatrty, fM, selling apples at $5 «e&ia aìwiM^aatcider at fi a %rrel. , -aorn^aeltinroiii^ili^tinabarg» Pa., at .fifty «eata^ft lanWlelect John Tallfe, Ee^btif " " ' of tbe Xlith CtMgresa by' THeICeniibl«QaTiiaa|«Hty:]a£'. . Liyalamr^ .élmjiiftlliljfey"l^oonoit; «.^Kf comply, fivaa tlia^Ref^^ifilft Eipibri ;