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   Angelica Reporter (Newspaper) - December 5, 1866, Angelica, New York                                 Tllañ(té-«4 )P«K VIDA«, IBI A0V.1N€K. í« hHcm«« wbero pijrmotit ta delayed tor more than Mmi« inouthi, Fifty Cants additional will be charged  Wfl have a large aad completo Asaórtiucnt of plain ■nd fancy type, aud oxcoUent presDca, and arc preparad to do ttandbUI«, raw cas^R, boaUa circulars, carda, sad la fa«talraQ»talli: kinda of plain and fuucy prlnt-ittg, ucat, prompt^andcUcap. . ,  i-r  - HornellsvUle'  ^'asdi/attce Jlß^efLCif. !  pusseujjfoivfieizìtig; him; ' Lum ÄQiüg:._t{i_flit>g_royaclf into tho  THE LAROEST I.V tVF.RTEnV KF-W YQRK.  Janette's Hair.  Kcprcseutiae; over $27,000 OOO ïÍÍ.V^"?!!;",'''?yo«r hait Jauetto, ■ * Î LotinetaiiglotthuudinyO'urhainiiyiicl—  -- ^  For tho world to luo had no daiuiier .«(cht Than your brown hiir vi illnj? your shoulders whlto; - At 1 labffled a hand In vour hair, ruv »mt.  ^f'rfi.Ëii^SûfâME  A pii^av Nv^^ T •  -Noirtli American liisiimiice c:o*  Ne\r York GUj. 1 CASH ASSETS - > - - ^ /S75X653.57,  itrctit liisuraucc C ny.  'New York City. ' CASH ASSkiTS - - . . • $593,973.19.  R. I4LOVD, Agent. P> S,-»ïbc instirud may^pariioipate in net proflt. 1508tf  Angelîoa, July I86G.  ............  ATTORNEY AND COUNS^lLOR  . A-'r XjAW, , -^ÎWttçélIcav A Ite^^^^^  Offico-First Dour Kast of lîaptist Clmrah.  ^ S A M B O frï~crw77~  F A S1110 N A B L E BAM B E U  ■ ÏÎAîR-DRESSEB.  First,Door Wcut of llfportfr Ojïïre; Angelica.  J. H. JPggleston.  ^ Watch Mukcr and Jeweler, aud deuler ^^ Ja all kinds of Clocks. WatchcH,  and Jewtfirv  Repairing done on short notice and reii-igoSirblè termfl.  Angelica. Feb. 15, IBfil. ISfiôl f  Dr. a P Carver.  _ ^ DENTIST  , JOeutal .ioonia over the store of 8. N. Bennett Co. Vini Bmlth Day}«' Blocte, AnKelicn. ms- I have no t^arjuer. laiyuf  PENSIONS^  OUNTÍES, and Back l'ay. pn^cured by the subscriber.  . / R. LLOYD, Claim A-ont. Angelica,N. Y , 18()+. MoltC  33  BAXTER'S  ISlC,  FRIENDSHIP: N. Y.  (Msf.il.lishi.d in 18.;):!.) f  Students firSdiiuted in vocal and in.sfriiiiu ntiil nia ■ic, and mu.sicul.compnsiti(>M.  .TAMKri HA:;! 1 U, Prhii-ii'iiliiiul rr.'i.rii tor. i^j^Send for a circular_ _ _ _____HDlUU....  DR. H. B. GQBTON.  Friendship. N. Y.  1420  THE SILtEB SKIR  More Durable,  More Elastic  More G-raceful!  And. will Icccp itH «liapC itiia retaiiidtK l»la,ce 1>elter tl^aii  nny otli«!'JNWi't.  This new nn ! U-utitiful style uf Píúit il'utónt-ed March 7. iStU; ) Vviis iiwiinU-ii li.v ilie (in-iu American Institute Tiiir held in New York. Ot io-ber, lâGâ. a  , - SILVER 31 i:OAL!  The highed prviuium ever (jiven for a Hoop Skirl.  The Steel Sprinf;s are woundxvith n line iil.itcd w.ire (in place nf;i cotton coveriiip;* « Uicli wìll iiot wear off or becoino soileil, aiiU ilic wlioic Skirt may bc waslicd wit'iout injury or fciirof nistiug. and wiìl Le às good an new.  TUE COMBINATION ,-KlRT !  SILVER  This invention combines with tho ordinary rotton  Sldrt the advantages of our SILViiJi SKIKI ; tlu; bot-toiii hoops are the same us those us' il in tlte «ilv^'r Skirt, the covering of iv'hich cannot wear o.'I. whili' tho upper ones are covered with cotton. No lady having onco worn one ofonrstirlH will bi'williiivr to wear any other, as the lower hoop« of all other Uiiid.s .are "oou iujuroit and soiled.  ^ The beat niateniUB are ■ used ju tljijr eoiistniid^ "^nd,front their duraBllTtyaud" noatius« thi-y are d-s-tlned to become a  A FAVORITE SKIRT!  Wannfactured «olely by the Hilvkh Skiiit And jyjBU! MASUVACTUEINO CoMPAKY,  o2 JiAiy-^'Ai: STIUIEIt " - XhvV TOKK.  ißlna, lìartftìrd,...... MMT^X^bM  Htmse,- New Y«t kv. ; ; .. .-.8,f)^8,(}74;î4 '«ms-bttWö-nlth aK(^Ideh"BÌÔ^^ Janettvs " Tiw (\» V Aniof Piril I^fifitnfi nA It was finer than eiik u{ the tloa», my prt; Í ' • í vi- • , • - ^« ''l'ïwas a beautilMl nUst lalling down to vonr wrist,  Fnœnix, New l«.rk,. . . . .T,663;i\)2 T2 ®tobebralded.Bndjewelva.äiid Ui-ssed Socni ity. New York,... .1,682 860 24 i«' "»y  Hai lfurd. Ilartftird,...... l.ôss.iesieâ' îî^a'^iÂ'rféÂfbT  LorriilanV N^v York,.... 1.402;6Bt.l.3  Ilonip, Ne^ Ii)iv(Mi,,.,... 1,000,000,00 Iiilcinatiori:»!,. N Y.,..... 1,000,000.00  Pliocrii.x, ITaitford,....... 957,000,00  Art tic, Now Yofk_________ 625,000,00  544.^.^5,67 500.000,00 500,000.00 440,651,72  Pntiiarnj Hurtford,.......  N, A iricr'ci«, lia r t ford..... Yonkor8'& N. Yoik, N. Y.  City Fire,/IIartford,......  TravelprsMIarlford—-Acci-  dtinf.il,.............. 600,000.00  New York Life,....... . .5,000,000 00  -- - . Total......... $21,459,809,00  Parti<>s desirini» RELIABLE Inourancje. at fiqiiUalde rivtes», will lind It-to their-odvatiiagc to upply at this Apency before insuriDg or renewing" their policies elsewhere.  CRANE, COYK & YOUNG, Agt's.  C.;H. Toc.vo, ■yV.;G. Cote, W M CRASI!,  Vonr round -Rhitc ncek and yonr wralth of treso, Yoùr beautUul plcnty oi hiUr. my pct  Tour éyca had a Bw-lmming Rlory, Janette, Kcvealinethe old, dear ssory; my pet; . They wére gray with that thastcncd tinge of tho sky AVhen the tront leaps quickem lo snap ihe ily---And thcy jaatchcd with yoiir gotil^  IIoTf TO Bcn.D CHEAP AKO Coiirow4.  dock and switti ashore?" cried the Yau-' ty of momsy, can purchase the braina "I iftusii't leave Sairy Aun »iIüho vt añ âfchiEëët to ieJI how to ronstnt«r. a Yeoo may divide  EVV DRY GO'»i;S at  JURI arriv'od LOCKHART &  E. REMINGTON & SONS.  MAUFACTURERS OF  REVOLVERS, RIPLES, M1 liskc 1« aiicT Oarbines,  For the Uiiitiid Hiates Service. Also.  POCKET AMO BELT REVOLVERS,  Jit: pji2ii.tlii|$-JL»lj!it<>l«.  RIFLE VAI' ES^ ItEVOLyiXG laFLFS Ililloi: .ShotOnn Burrcls, Gun Materialw, genneral-Jy. Sold by Gun Dealers and the Trade throughout  theCcXicntry,......' . ;— ---------------------  III these days of House Breaking and Robbery every House, Store, Bank, and Office .should have one of EEMliiGTON'S REVOLVERS.  firculiirs containinii cuts and description of our Anus \5 ili l>e furni.shwlti).>n api>lication.  K. UEMINGTON & 80NS,Jlllon, N. Y. Mot UK .V HOLS, Acents,  a:-- 40 r„u)iUiml St., .Vpie I'm/.-,  mar. 21.  STHICKUNO'S Tonic I  DYSPEPSIA.  DK. STUICKLAN'D'.S lÔMC is n eoiiocntrated preitaration of roots ana hi-i'lj.i, with .intiacUlH and carinina-  __ _______ tiv. -s t<> strenKlhen the sti)niaéh uiid  -—— iioi vous s.v.sti iii. It is a eertiiiu rein-  ily tnr dyji.u p'-ia or iudiK' sfioii, ncrvou.sne.ss, los.' of «l'prtîte.-îsrîfhtyxl'tfcr-nmifai-tf: Jîit  It is nol aliioliolic. fin n ions paitu iilnily suited < uiTYoïiH and dyKneptie per.souK. For «aie b-y everywhere ui y.-pej^btHtio.  .¡au' ly. Tliif;  OR. STRiCKLArilD'S  srnLurLUGU.s  Conili lio  More!  Cough Balsam  Is wurnitiKd to l)(! the only prepa-rntion liiinwii ioenn' eout;!»». colds, hoari<ene.s8, asthma, wlioopinir cou^li, chronic cou;,'hH, cousuiupfion, broiu-hltis ai'd croup. Ueinn prepared from honey ;iiid herb.s it is he!iliu<<, sotteiiin;,'. and expectoratinfi, nnd particularly suitiiblo for all. affections of the Throat aud Lungs. For ,8alo by Druggists every-«•liere. - ■ •;•;  STRICKLAND'S  Pile Remedy  ------Hair TniTCil""lh'oU(iand8 of the wortil  (■ascsof blind piles. It gives iinnicdiate relief, and ell'ects a i)iinuamiiit cure. Try it directly. It is warranted to cure. For sale by all Jiruggista at SU cents er bottle.  OUR STARCil G-LOSS  Is the only Article used by  First Class Ilotel»^ fjaiindries^aiid. Thousand «^I'atitilie^^^^^^  It piVcK a bnautifnl p'liish, making the iron pass sinoutlily over the cloth, t-aving much time ;9nd la-l)Or, (ioods done up with it' keep clean ninch lou-gei couBi-jiueiitly will not weal- out so soon.  It imkc.-i Old Linen look like New.  OUR IMPERIAL BLUE  the fJiM in llie World. It is solubl« iu hard as well as in noft watcr. It is put U!> iu the salCbti, neatest, and most couvenient form öf any offcved to the puliUc.  ItlM AVtiiU'uiitecl not to Ötrealc tl»e Olotlie«.  Agvuts wiinted everywhere, to whom wo offer ex-traurilniary lud^icenients. Address,  M:\V 1 oiti; STAUI H viLdssco.,  No 218 fultou .St., .Vew York.  Sep. lOth JHCOi; ,  J. D. MANDEVILLE & SONS.  GENERAL IPURANCE AGENCY.  UFE, riIíE ASD ACCIDEXTAL.  Assots-oíer-  T. S. Sperry, Sup't.  1866-.ly^  DE BJCOTXL'S SYRUP!  . TUE GBEAT  CH OLERÀ REMEDY!  Atfo Di'èdtT», D'urrbieii. Ot.Qiera Mor»>u«, Siinini.r AXiinp'aii't, Haiiior Ctainu in S ou'seli or »•iwel-, or M»ur Stomttti, P»lh er'»V;iiobc; &e , ami i» w«r'«ut-d to CCRK. or tio i-ay' Is vmrsl» veir^'tt'ili-. »ithioit a partisi • ofop afe "f iiarci tic- Hig'il.v-a.f'imst>e, (ileas-:. aot ti t'>»> tt»»»', miifir ti'it S'ire in iti ellVet«; Ka'ni» ami «ireni«h»'ti»'h»" »««'•••n; "e'B bke » rli»nn, allortlinn »(-cno ttmiiiedia'e i"lie', aiid a <a->B"f »tic artx'le wi^j i.§r-lif) tha moat Ine'^iluiim» nf Uc'S Siild hy a I  de«l<<r« In niidiein»». Mirus«. ><>imI <or cireiiNr «nd tr» u Prep*red -ul.v u» EI>W ARi» SU n'ON, Providpn.-, K. I I^KM«« BAr..vKH &''u, G nera) *g.-nt InO.SraH  An Invention ot Bure Merlt!  Breirè'f Patent  LAMP pMNEY,  THAT WiU. NOT BREAK  ■ BY IIJBAT;:  Burns up oli paa and emoko, never breai» by puttiogou a shado; short, and net top-heavy.i ia ea«ily cleàried by romo^»»«! top; in lact, Iho moat pcriect chin.ney known -and Ih fppt euperecdir.« itll others \rbc!::.o ir Jialf tcwas« trodAtr.<^d...,.„ »  TTo dcàl'-ip-c:,. witneurtBcm;  NEW LAMP CHiMNEY CO..  -Warrrtt 8».. ^  AiiSftü of Companies I  Home Fire Insurance Co., N. Y...... ... $S,598.C64 14  Metropolitan " - " .........l,f44,U8 4M  Ins. Co. of America. Pa............... I.T.U.OOOOO  Niagara ¡Fire Ins Co., N. Y.............. l,-.'70,0'i0 oü  Xour Up6-i^bat l have no words, Janetfe, ' They nere fresh as the twitter Of birds, my ^et, -When the Spring ia yonug, and the roses uro Wet Wi h dew-dropp in each red bosom set, Aa they suited your gold-brown tiair, my pot.  Oh, you tani led my life i«i ;-oiir hair, Jnnette, "i wu» a silken ami golden stiaie'j juy pet; But eo Rentre the boudatîi, tny soul did implore The right to contintie your slave evermore. With my lingers enmeshed In your huir, my pet, ♦ . * . • - ■ , « Thus ever I dream x'shat yoit were, Janette, With yonr lIps.iÄd your eyea.ajid your hair, my pet; In th«i darkness of dcfolute years 1 moan. And my tears tall bitterly over the stone  Thhtetívérs yoargcrWen-hatr, ury pet.;..........  Miles'O'Ueillt.  A LitUe too Punctual  The honr was approaching for the departure of the New Haven steaiii-buiit from lier btirth at N^w Yor'v, aii(} tlie usual crowd of passen<rers, new.s-boytr, fruit veutUirs, cabiuen and dock-luators-, were assembled on iitid about the bout.  We werpgiiziug attlm molly ffronp, from llie Wot of the deck .stairs, wbt-ti our attention was attracted by ilie singular action of ii tall, l)rown Yankee,  colored coal and pantaloons, and a fancy vest. He «i.md near the starboard piid^lc-box, ami stiyitijiizpd hbarply eV: eiy fotuale coming on board, every now and tbenconsultinj,^ an enormous bull's-eye vvatcL, which lie raised from tlir depths o| a capacious fob, by means of powerful ateel chain. After mount iiiii-guard in this manner, . he dashod furiously down the gang-plank and up the wliarf, re-appeanng again on ¡ «»aid almost instaiitaiKonsiy, t X|-rcssiiijr tin-most iutiMise anxiety. Tliis series <>1 operations lie perl'orined .s.i'ver.il time alter which l.t; lUslicd alioiit tlu' wildly, and lioui'K'.s.sly i jacahilinji;: "What's the tilni. ol' day? \VaiKi>'i  .........VN'TViii-'s....."flTr  cap'n? W'iuu'ri til SU waul? Whai'.-J ihf matu? VVliai's till! bus.s tiiat owns ihis hinj,?" - ■  "What's th(! niatlcr, sii^?"' we vcii' Inn d, to ask iiiin, when he halltid for a.inonieiit for bi* afli.  in New York city; my baggage among ye—let me go— I kin tìwim,"  líe Rinjorgîctraô furíóusty tTiat tíío' conse<|uoucö of his rashness might have proved f tal, had not a sudden apparition changed hia purpoi«e. A very pretty yuuhjf woman in a bloc bon n(H, white üa«»t()n crape ahawl, pink .dreíía iuid brown bnota,, came towards him, The bigj brown Yankee uttered one sienttmun phout of "Sairy Ann," clasjiiiifç her in his arms in spite of her struggling., and kiesud her hoartily.  "Whar did yeoucoine from?" lie hi-quired. ■ ■  •'From the ladies cabin,answered! tho bride. -'You toH me ai hall past four, but I tbi)ughi I'd make sure, and came at four." ; , ^ ; (f;  "A little tew punctooal!" said ftll Yankee; "but it's all right neovv^ Go ahead steamboat! R«)8ih up thert^ fire-  Wiien tiie sun set, ike loving couple were seen mttingon tl« upper deck,the big, blown, Yankt'c's arm encircling the slender win iat of |h,i young women iu a biuti biinuet; and fonk dress.' We believe Ihey reached th?ir de»lination safe and sound."  What ifewspapera do,^^^^^^^^  The following article (honld be read and pondered vvell by every mail whoi lakes a paper without paying for it:— My observation enables me to state, ns a fact,*that .publishers of newspapers are ill ore poorly rewarded: tliah any other classOfnien in the United States^ who invest an equal amount of labor,  K1-4 hiMigh t. are  led to do liiort; services fcr less pay Uj stand more sponging and '•deadheading," to pull and defendjuore pet^ pie without fee or fiope of reWall:di"thart any other claims. . v  They credit wider and longer, getof-teiier cheated, suffer more pecuniary ijss, are ofteiier the victims of misphic-d confidence, than any other calling in th(i conimmiity. People pay a printer's bill with more reluctance than >-ny other. It g)es harder with them to e.xpcnd a dollar on a valuable news-  "Hain't .<een iiothin'of a gal in a bliH' sunbt)nnel, with a c-ajilon ei ape sbawl, (cost fitieen dollars,) pink gown and tirown bouts, hey? come aboard . wliilti 1 have bt-'t"» looking for the eap'n, at the hind part of the ship—liave ye, hey?"  '^No such person has come on btra^-é?"----------------  M.-iiihatt!Ui_ TTiíiiTjíaifra - " o'  Security " " .........  Ciuitinental " " .........  Aretie •• .........  Iiitt'.nialional " .........  Market  .Mutual Hen. Life Ins. Co , N. J......  Equibible Life Iiisiir.mce^eQ.^.--^^.^ ^(t w York Acciiîentîii...............  1,078.414 40 TrF.fi5îr^2 1,548.344 62 l,Sa¿,H«7 00 614,101 IH 1,348,518 43 390,431 00 9.184,529 00 UG4'J,4HfaiO-250,000 (H)  "Tormented lightning!—she's my wife!" he screaiiied; 'married here yi s-lerd-jy! All her uunks and mine alMi-.ud under the pile of baggage,as tall as a Connecticut steeple: Tut! darn black-  nigger sayti beav-iin^t ltJiJid it"Out, and b  von't b;avi; my l)aggage, anyhow. My v\-ifo—only to ihiidv of it—was to have eome on buarii at lialf--paKt_ four' and here it is hiost five! What's li^-ome ..flier? She can't have eloped! we haveii't been married long enough for that. Yeou don't think kIiu's l-eOn abdicated, do ye, mister? Speak—answer—-won't ye? Oh! I'm ravin distracted. What are they ringing that are bell for? 1« the old sln[) atire! '  ' It IS tiie signal for depart-ure—the first bell, the second bell will ring ii. four minutes."  ^ '»TJiunder! yeou , don't say so!— Whai-'s the cai/n?"  "That gtMiiletnan in the blue coat."  The Yankee darted to the captain's side.  "Cap'n, stoy) the ship for ten min-utes, will yer-----  "(JtUi'l do it, sir."  "But ye must, I teU ye; I'll pay ye for it. How much will ye tax?"  "I cotild not do it"  ''Ca[»'ii, rn give yeou tew doH»r»,'~ gasped the Yank<'i'.  Thti captain shook his head.  ' I'll give yeou live dollars and a hiilf—¡ijld a ball—and a httli?^ lie^kept repeating, and.dancing about in his ag-  ^ pupeT than ten on a needles.s gewgaw: Kit errryhody avails himself^jfthe use. f the cibfitr's peii and printer's ink. ll-iw many pro|'ession.s and poblical repTTt atioris irird tortTtm'sv" -b made an I sustained by tlic friend'^'  iViongii iniri><|nUci5 pen oi tho o<litor?;— ilow many embryo towns and cities liavi! beevi broujj^ht into notice iind puffed into prosjieritp by the press? How many raib i.ads, now iu sujJtissflif (>])• • •ration woidd foundered .but for the "leaver that move.s the world!" In short what branch of industry a:id activity has not been promoted stif.'iufated and detended by the press.  Ami who has rendered it more than a miserable pittancc! tor its services?— The bazaars of fashion and the haunts il dissip giun and appelitCLtrn throngi^  with an eager ciowd bea'ing gold m I heir palms, .iind the commodities there ve-nded are sold at enoririous profits, though intrinsically wortli less, and paid for with scrupulous punctuality, .while.Ihti coun^ of the news-^  paper is tho scat of ,jewin}i, cheapen-' ing trade, orders and "pei.nies. It is made a point of honor to liquidate li grog bin, Uut not of dishonor to repu-diateav printer's bill.  A BToomerr  TOT.^L Assets, S26.5f.9^193 57  li'iTlnsurauce paompUy effected by mall or otherwise in any of tho above cnnipanies on all hinds of property-. The prompt adjustjnent of Loseos aepe-eiality with us. liiJ-All communications promptly attended to.  OFFK F. liiTUK TOW.N' liAtL. UNION STREET, OLEAN, N. V.  J. I). MAKDEVILLE, - W..II-SIAKDEVILI.K,  J. ». NANDEVILLE.  IftUMTVffTM«!«  BUSrNESS COLLEGE  And Telegraph Institute!  This is the most i.racncal and thorouKh Commercial Collejie in the States. It has been e»tablishj.d twelve years, aud has secured an uiipanllelcd repiltaUon for practical anil thoroiu'h instruction.  We can snlejv .s.-iy, that, no IrsUtution In tho World hsfpnnluced more totcla-sa- pemnen than theBuf-  •imitMk «0 " " '  nOOK-KEEPINCi.  Every variety of Single and Double E^try te taught, from the utoatiiiiupleto the .meat coiu|f»U£jK«d. The School ia«raded ' " "  aud Practical no ment la the most perfect »yii{|em Viorld.,.. .  MVTIIGMiiTICR.  Thoroagh initructipn U giteu In CommerclU Ariib-XncUo imd Uie )iich«r «atbcqtaUcii. irUen dedred.  FnpUa iMGom Umilkurvith the L»^ cf Partner-  kc.,  . . la- ««inal, iruot aape  ««dMlMfrinNi^ IM««J te ^te CoUi^ «m U good for MflMiitli aCIUM toFarly-ef -  [Ied;«i>iui«liaeo^JPrim*ry.. rhaoreUcal nopartraent«. The Practica} depart-tosi iMsrfect »yateok to - Im» fouud in the  ony, like a mad jackass on a plattei-.  "This boat starts at five precistil^^," said the captdin, shortly, and turned away.  "Oh, j^eou stunny-hearted heatlibi!" nnumuieif the Yankee, almost bur.sting into teats. "Partin'man and wife,and we just one day married!"  At_this njomiiut, the huge paddle-wheels ''eg n to paw the water, and ifie walk ig beam descended heavily shaking uie huge friigirtent to the center. All who were not going to New Haven went ashore. The hands beg n to haul in the gangway in the gangplank; the fasts were already cut  "Leggo that plank!" roared the Yankee collaring one of the havid^. "Di-,op it, liKe a hoi potater, or I'll throw you into the-dock."  "Yo-yo!" shoiited the men in chorus' Hs they heaved on the gangway.  "Shut iip yeou brayin' donkeys!" yelled the maddened Yankee,"or iherc'H be all ugly sort oi wOrkî" >  -_But.Iiifi^plank-. was got - aboardrand  the boat splashed past the pier. In an iiiirtant the Yankee pulled ofï bis ctwtt, flung his hat beside, it on . the fleck crying for tho guard.  ♦Are you drunk or .cr^iy?" cricd a  The Lynn (Mass.) must be  a sensible . paper. Sistt rs who wear lire American Costume' take courage ! Tiiough petiple may iTalt, stop, gaze',-etc., as you pass, along your .way, be snre that there will be soin.i who wib appreciate ytnir dress, and your motives in weiiring it, and to such your examples will tea^h Icswrns of ¿feith, hi>pe ami brave resistance to error and, fal.se customs: It publishes the fol lit wing:  Last week a rare sight was seen in our 8trt;ets.—The oTiject of a!tructtoff was a comely, iemiile, with modest air; and as she passed along, ptitiple halted, stopped, gazed, turned round, S"iiled, sneered, and s(nne adinircd. What tkf--4ill_thia_jrXiàLeinè^^ \Vhy, the lady had dared to set aside the altominable laws of kicked fashion, and wear a dress which is a model lor «^ononTV—and ircatness.  what's the inaUer------ -  Cheers for the lady, or ladies, who  architect to iell how to construct iimise, if they have none of their own, but those who have but little nioney niuflt |)tan their ovru houses^ perhaps ^úild tliera. Tiie jpopuTàr ' metìiod of conatructifig wood houseH, particularly Ciittages, has not been by any means the most economical that can be devis-éiL Prom thirty to forty per cent, more lumber has been used than is n^ssa ry, and rtnch labor expended mftt is wholly concealed Vvhen the house is completed and altogether unnecessary. A tjniall dwelling eed not be construc-ted a» we wriuld biiild i ^grain^Ievator, It is ^lever-subjeù-ted to any test of its strength, and woodan cottages never .fall down so lon^^ as they have a good foundation and those little ordinary repairs which all houses must have to stand the ravages of time. No square . timber, and l;nt few Bcantliog are, required in a small cottage. Mortises and tenons ai-e of no iiccouiit—-indei'd they .are «  detfitneiitj- wKito equally UBéless,. ;  Thë studding of a hoiíác may aa well be made of inch boards four inclics. wide as of double that thiekneasV ^'heso studs will hold thè nUils of the siding and the lath just, a« well as those two inches in thickness, Just so the floor ioists may be of itich stuif, eight inches wide. Having laid up thé ççdlar wülltí of stone and levelled them at the top, boards be laid on this wall to form a sill. The bents of the frame may then be set up one after another and stayed till the siding can be puton. Tlieie bents may be made on tlie floor jtusts studs, cross joists for the ceiling arifí rafters, all nailed together firmly with -cut-nailfl^Me lying Every piece of siding nailed to this frame, tends to make it firmer and stif-for, and so do the laths opon which the mortar is tío benspread. The partititms made in like manner, well secured, also tend to st'ffen the who!» fabric. With here and there a good support in the cellar, such a hqusi^ whfu- coi|ipleted would be just as desirable for all pur^ poses as one of the same size containing neiii^, twice as-much materiah-aiid it would certainly be just as warm!— A cottage with five f>r six rooms may be speedily conslructed on this princi-as a muth less cost thaii in the popular style of building. This is - a substantial building compared witlj; those constfticterl t)n biased glands jtboirt Chh caeo. andlirëy"arè""dëemetr veiy "com-fiu tàldèj and their «Í rengtli and si^fety is not questioned. Stmie method must, he devised tt) cheapen thé cost of dwellings, and we kn.ow of none that com-mendsr itself so well as this that we haAO snggesft-'d.  In.the latter portion of Sheridan's chase after the fragrneiiJ^jQf.Liee's army he encountered *  A STIFF OLn VineiîilA OE.N'TLEMAN. ; with the following results:  "The General dismounted here, at the fenCe of a stiflf old gentleman, who -WAS silting on his high -piazza and scowling severely as we rode up. He^ was the typical southener of fifty years; his long gray hair fell over the collar of his coat behind his ears; he was arrayed in a swallow-tail ot a by-gone mode, a bniif 1 inen vest, cut h)w, and hanM>¿ti pantaToòns, spj^^ tho foot, that was neatly encased in morocco slippers; a bristling shirt-frill adorned his tHisoin, an p ffo^ thfr^^ sure of his wall-like collar he shot defiant glanccs at us as we clattered up tlie walk to his house. Prince Edward Court House was a stranzer .to war, and otir indignant friend was looking for the fii St time on the like of ús, and certainly he did not seem to like our looks. He bowed iit a dignified way lo the General, who bobbed at hirncore-lessly, and sat down on a step,, drew outjhis inevitable map, lighted à fresh çigàr,and asked our host if any of Lee's trdr.ps had been seen about here ttwlay. "Sir," he answered,"as I can truly say that none have been seen by me I will say so; but if I had seen any I should feel it my duty ro refuse to _replyl„to  Cràrom ÛxpËHiirBNT. _____  vrhich 1 h»v6 often made ia my yoâlh ~-Jt m you place your bead  in thexorncr of »room, or on m high backcd char, .«nd you clos« «tío ero and, allpw .nnQlhffTpcMon .Jte.. candle upon a table; and if you t^n try fo snuff your candle with one eyé «hut, you will find thàt you cannot do it-~in all liumau probability yoa will f.iil nine times out of ten. You wilt hold the snuffers to near or two distance. . But if you open the other eye the charm is broken; or if, without opening the other eye, you move your head sensibly; you are enabled to  ffit^my pTe8onTJTirpo.se to speak of the effect of the'^motion of the head, but to call your attention to the circumstance, that when the head is perfectly still, you will be unable with a single eye to judge with accuracy oí tue correct distance of thè candle. , '  TwoDtTEtusTs.-^The Chronicle, of tt'est^rn Literature tells the following sToi^y ofâ^ôirWheatÎêy ■ ^ It may be old, but it is good:--  The Colonel; during à shoré sojourn in Vicksburg. fcc't there sonio hot-blooded Southteruerar, with ii sptfit as fiery as his own. They quarrelled—a challenge was passed and accepted, and the next risiiig sun was to witness one, if not both, of their dead bodies, idvenched in blood, to wash out M-ound-ed honor. During the night the Col. said,hc heijird a boat coming: up tho fiver and it struck him, as hé board the boat puffing^^ and bloWing, that /'prudence was thé better part of valor.' So he took  his trunk upon his shoulder, and stepping in the dead of night, very quietly t)ut|of the hotel, Ab he neared the boat, whom shonldhfi-^e but his antagonist, at the boat before him, just going aboard] He returned as lio had gone out, and was on the ground next morn-ifig,~wiih hisnecond,-waiting, with disappointed wuath, for his antagonist, and published him as an absconding scoundrel.  A Loud certifieate.—Miss Susan Nippers gives a loud certificate in favor Of some of the popular patent medi-cihes of the day. She was suffering  front general debility, sick headache, heartburn, tape-worms, constipation, I heumatism in the back, shoulders,and hips, and besules these she didn't "feel very wetrfeerseif mort^n half tho time."  LABGiD.-'niU wtdely dfcttkt^ ami Itoehr  JoarniU, of th« ladtortrinl Arte wd Mipw«», tf j-entcwiti twenty Mcond jftfc «lijFâe.  ' uary next, and the PublWien y^pM» dg* nalixe thè ooctuioa hj enUi^lngit M ii» of ttie nMt costly Svi^ntifio JoaoMdi «ii^Hmt DrltUn," wlfhout, however, Inrrinrii^HitiHlH «criptfon price.  It it almost raperilaoas t« ipBrttwiWfwg. raluc of this Fopalor tad UkThI cln^sefl, aud c^pccinUy to licclUHilci,, MMÎtfm turc«, IiiTetitor», )Çngiii«ir«t ClMSiiiliriigrl. culturitfis^ and (tli who )ov« to km! at ÙMém» drouB progH'ss which •'-•7 friTlrii i l|if»U ment oi Mechanical EogiiuMiiiBK. uki > 1«. duitrial Att» and Sdcnce« " - ' '.  Tlie editorial dcpartneut Is very aM^ «p»-ductfd, »Dd monjr of.th« beit SdntUte «KM«» ia thi» country and Europe én onrtilfcttliiS^t«'  "At length,''-Hhe-8ay«;^l.,»!aa-.,-.br«ught -.'Aii-pnSçs, lÎ<«»y.of„tU4ttlid«« WJU^Iém».  - „^y J^yg^ impudent *oinance about huHn rïkê liÉtea  -tied-our hopscs-iiJ. the^çate^-nodskud-fire 4ni-mHl-ttcrapiii^^  w ill snub the cruel goddess, banish the hoops, and drefs agreeably to the de mands ol health and common sense. Very much of the present low standard of female bc-altb is owing to the prevalent imperfect and miserable style of dress. Gotigh noticed this (act when said that the gentlemen's dregs is almost entirely unobjectionable, but the dress of the women could not be made worse I forbear to comment upoii the multiplied evil effects,inevitably lesulting from the present style— They are patent to every careful observer, aiid their name is h'gion. Then welcome a ehange. Ladies, everywhere TfiUii^raitelTufi^^ onfe for another. Judgment, reason, health, and comfort,, all commend it.— Let the hoop bè taxed, and the bloomer be pensioned, and grtJat good will iol-low.  badly. It was very patriotic, a»>d all that; but the General was not in a hu-q,, , mor to drop patriotism just ther, as he iJtat a a^t w riTSper-nf-iiWpTise;  and returned to the attack quite un scathed.  your question I cannot give you any information to the disadvantage of Gen. Lee." This little speech clothed in un« exceptit»nable diction, which ho doubt had been awaiting us from the tima we  frienits Hid >»ot know itie and the regular faculties did not expect the to live from one end to the other.  "About tnis tune a friend recommended, as a last resort, thiit I should try a few bottles of the PictoriaÎ Ôxenated Compound Saxfarilla double-distilled extract of Gherj^ Wine Bitt^^ syc: up of liucklebury, satisfaction given or money reto well taken be  fore shaken, destroy the label as soon as possible, no pay no cure, beware of counterfeiters,—-none genuine nnless the proprietor is on the wrapperj I toijkniree dozen bottles of this truly  invaluable medicino, and it gives im-mcd'ate relief in three months." -  Personally appeared the said Susan Nipper, as aforesaid, and swore to the foregoing, and saidshe'd be darneid— if it wasn't- true»:- -----_ ---------  "The man that will take a paper a Jeii^tiuif_tijiie^nd_lhei» jend it back 'refused' and ^Junpaid for,' would swallow a blind dog's dinner, and then stone the dog for being blind."— LoweJUiAdverlUer. --"Ho wo»»ld-do worse than that. He .would irnarry a ^irj oh t^^^^ arid - send her buck to her father aj|~ the end of the honey moon,, with the words 'dont suit' chalked on her back."—N. Y. Star: .  The Fahmier's Buu,.—A droll story is related of an honest old farmer who in attempting to drive k bull, got sud" d' uly hoisted over a fence. Recover-ing himself, he saw the animal on the other side of the rails, sawing the air with hia.head^ud—neck—anti^-pawing  the groiind.—The good old man looked steadily at him a moment, and then slnikitig his fist at him, exclai'mcd, "Darn your apologioB—yon needn't stand there, you tarnal critter, a how  fB^y.jriilBi  tMi hoi yyftwwl ^^lüfli^Ht-  '^ HJÎM^ ll*aA«B«.Alwe Út« iSätiSM» «Ae pabIMtm, I>eeñiilier mmuhêt' W ¿miw MmcmUim. «Ith the foü<>wtbg lelftirSh*-of Vacie Joe, Warf»*«!.- tt» Soïrf  8aMeTd«ií; JäSl^  low.nîortflrted; l&ìS  «tilofel,; Tb» Work of ¿^«Sr^Siî Charte.Stàart, TheW; OiKj^UrtTTW TwentytMfdof July. 3onc'tlm«o4u¿ rZ  Brl^t; Joh#IC(«le0lone'«ÍÍMDkwiiriSw-  ty-tUree Day» to aa Ot>en bS? S^SfcJS'  Behind the ficen«; Jo Be^nnen h&dWnC  ' • ij' 'Î ♦ SjOOO Piax«tAiIiuH«Anow.---1Íé»iw aad b«iutlfr.l «dUioa «f WeUief^» lUiatomlií' Ol» tionary, lietidei » number of ottir^iAI» r^fum», will be given by Um pniéwm cl  licit RahGcdbera to their paper. Vl^ )|w im^ of Jaoiiiify, 1867. a new «300 Pris* ftnUk be published iathíí iWt, wtìbh, wm ïi»®. •pccni? attmctlon. the Ç'tibdfa' »y», "One dollar and • half «bmí ed to bétter advi^ntege tn Mivfiuntty, «rliyaBr  teacher, than in «ubBcdbímí ft^^tr rmr  It is full of original matter, avd .ww ««Mot 6pc.ik of it in too high tentu A Dtwriptive Idgi of a sitttB^" «f '¿tfi^tiit' workB that are to fe given Pi«bi{w%, tkm-sample copies of the paper« v{|I ba s^ m early «pplicatlou t<) the ñlrltihwi cf ii| Jm». dOySchaoí Th^, PhiWelph^ ' . 7j  Tn Bcuaiinc  with noble-idci^.  Kow ia ibu time to «end la ill.....Iplkii 4a  the Scicntiiic Ataoricaa, M to 'befii -^tk theocw volume. ■ . k  , riie nuinbcrti for a your make tip o^tdiBnaid-ly illustrated volume of 832piffle. T^Hmi. ft dollars per aDunm; ¿0 fcNr llX «ieetiiii' |l for four mouths; viubs of tenalMl each; CanKdinn eubKriben, M |p<ff «Am, idwayaia advA&<». Spccinea mottbeit'^i free; also a pamphlet ci advice to IuvaIh». Addrcse, VtJilK & CO.,''  Ko. S7 Ftark Row, New V«tt ^^  ~PaTs»8oji'a~ FnuAUKutiiA, Conrmmit  5isero«.~Thij» periodkaJ, .T.'hich ti >1 Mur  h»iid book Id Baokt, Offices, Coattt{iy.1^èM» and Store«, is ianied on the firat àaà 0ftiN|iUik of eiich month, and has become a M«o«aril| I» ail bu&iacaa men. Beside« iktinciiv«. prti^ upon iurg«d iVtswHity Motet «»d .^nltnti^^ of National Bank Koter, ititb0W»«lÌ9 f^ iral*« ue of all notes, in vv^ry Stete fe the ^ìAocì^J eivcs regalai- liists of all CounUirMi|i>andi Broken Banks, state of the vark>ui Xaikoti, Financial and Commt^rcfdl Newi. ,  PElTiRSON'tJ DEl ECTOit i« ^wof^,;^ and honestly couductcd nnd «diked, > jM4<'Ì|>À its largo eireuinliun, .-lev^iiàrily i»,^» foo^.^ld'» vertij'iiig mÀIiutii, ihough it<« qw«;^ purpose iB not vrry . bomt» peofifo fthbk. because our currqncy Is necrl/ ,aU KatfMMÌ Bank and United State» Mot^, there || MkllM of 'Tetcrgon'« Ocli^r." £¡0» h the UmiW have dna re-idy for refcrencf. The fwiiMÉi lar counterfeiting have largely iocweeed lAlcO'^iw adoption of tho Katloùal Banking eyelii*, dh-dcr which all the bank« uae » wdftma pleti'tii" coch denomination, with «oly a iMhàmàki locality, -^i« bet wari^te a lìbMl aijÌÉiflT  iure on the pari of the ow  darn your ugly picturc Î"  Tur labor market of New York city, ii over-  \Vk anvitc utt^utitm tu the hdyoitisemeiit, of J. r>.ixtt.r & Co., Frietidabip, wily offerì rare ad Vein iH^ca to:J"^^''"' mfiijts. Friendship, throiigh the xetñwB añd iiulomifeiblö ep.crgy of Pofesiìor ííftiter and aa pistants, has hecoine the ^t ofiauisîail Ednm-tlon ; and of course their facilititi ' fur.Bopply-ing musical mercbandlsti of «very dèëcriptioii are unsurpMsed. K«ad th«ir tdv«^^  !'How far is it to Bufialo River?"  "Sir, I don't know."  "The devil you don'tl How long have you lived here?"  "All my life."  "Very well,: sir, it's time you did know. Captain, put this gentleipan in chargO of a guard, and when we move, walk him down to Bufialo Kivcr, and show it to him."  "And 80 he was marched off, leaving us a savage glance at parting; and that evening tramped five miles away froin home to look at a river" which was as familiar to him as his own family.—  neighbors with the story of this insult that was put upon4nm, and still bring» up his children in the faith for whose dogmas lie sufferea. DoubtlesSi too.ho ctiusitlers General Sherid^ gentleman." , •  Queer Aniuai>; —When men wish Jo .gefe OUt^ of trotlyfa ad>  VTto from^awyer^;^^ oij^ ina The "^^il^F^O hfS!^"iniOTn^ sowing dissentions.—When they vviah for health, they apply to ^ doctor-the only man in he world who. ca^ make  nvmey by keeping people sit^. Queer  aDimal tb»t bamao beiui—well, be  6tock;ed;änd~c0uätry mcctuuilcvlüñd workers afe warned agaìnBt coming totiie city in quest of euiployment.  " ' ' ' III' 11 • III I  Akdb ew Jons«5i»4 bié life (comic) "by B«v. Petroleum V. Nasby. I'hisfe one of tho moet humorous books of the 8<ffl«on. It Rives the comic Ufo and àdvtnturisa of the above cele, ¿rated tailor, i^nd hits I'My Policy" occwkm ally, tt is fully illOBtrated and wall printed, and costs only twenty cents,' postpaid. It can be obtained by addroMing  tìUNTER & GO Hinsdale N. H.  HMlilffllliV..  up»/ie tiimlk on. any ooeef Um ÌTiUìiéiI Banks, which, whcad«to(;tied«B that pm^ lar bank. isJttiniodiately «daptaA.WjÉjÉièMÉÌ» cr bank by simply dianftag tin IboalMf*« iUl so-onihrovgli-itlift whfd^wo al Bank: w^reai, foelÄrly. » any State Book, when detedtoJ^ oft worthless. • "  mote imporlMioe to the i*Mlcl»w*#rw,1IÉÉi ofauiKKuipUon to pratBsoitfr ^oomntiil;-  FEITDKn3CTOE,corim!liAl9 IMaHlk^ bMkers, is, for the MoatMy ktm, (| WÉÉ¿>  M-awatUf* <p*raWi»*iWi  gleaumb««, Uce»!». Toiic^ Mtéì dcediiwioMti. SelecrflplfaM ieir with aar nontli. temeos* leeiwii I* dreMall letter« <0 t^M^Wmmm-k  PhihMlelpliIii. F»^ , . -  Feo* the pubhihe», Messra. Tkknor\A ;Field8,-wehaveacop> of Th* dtìmtkfor kia^r," Wtihe loibmìtig tAbìt ctmfèiifi?  John Fierìiont; p»y Gordon; Uorow a»d Rajah Brooks; Passsges fr«a Hawtbtfme'a Note Book XII; Katbskne Mernell; Ite Swonl of -BolIver; ThroUgh I^oadway;^ My Htórtiien at Home; A .Kne®^ Scho^l Romanoès: Autoinn &ng; thè Fall of Austria; Reviewi and Uterary noto«.  [01« Aiic»«a«!i»rthay<^r »V^od, fttr ^'y  MaXIMIUAX llM ftt Iwt I  left Moxìco,^ Mè iti the handa of the Fnn^^ Bcow-, th«u propose« t» "look wWP ibi Mi» ter, «nd perhap» pìok «»«»'fl!^  ..r;c Vhi m  Ladie s Magarine is the chfeapest, and,, we a» free to ôay, one of the ìì«b% puWislwd. It ie as large as aay three-^llar Weekly, and b Çí^ awlied at only with Priíe» to tho MmU  JtfvereiiérJt  Clerk of tu AtMii»!))^/tliv^áilil. hu stei-Uni^ ^nüi^m^. I» ür  that |>o«ition, wlii«b M» -none, »nÄ. th^  Í^Ht«cíf by :  r-rrñr'; Oll, Orni Fa^ KotJK BMwiì Fadden M jOó^ ftifiNy wmêl -   

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