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Evening Gazette, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1869, Port Jervis, New York VOL. I. PORT JERYIS, N. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1869. NO. 92. .SATURDAY, SCYLMBEB 20, PDBUSHJKD AT t Jca'Tis, Oyunpe County, IV. Every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday Afternoon, at four o'clock. I a "Oillco In Tar: GA, ETTE InilMing, Flki'-st. Ti to Terms nTvmvill dullim.il brc.irrtcis it thcll rcslilfiw nil or pluwu of i'U; Finn cuits for altiglo buiUics lit ten cents i'U; Finn cuits for altiglo Suntlij wailful four ilollaisuyi'tu, two dol- iiu months, mo dollar lui tlirue nioiitlia. PoitiWi: on THE KVJINING u.zE-rrr by mall, llUeeii Bra'-, ,1 cmurtur, lujuhli- at tho i- w Imru received. IISK FAMH Y wiekly, is Issued ei'cry Thursday inonilnir, inul sent to mall for OXi: DOLLAK nyi'iir-puyiiii'iitiii advance, ami pa- per promptl) ilis'-outlinied lit the expiration of the time paiil foi. Kaiuw. riitil (uitlicr notice the lutes for In THK liVKMMi -VlUlbuil', follow; Due mUi space or les-a, one' insertion, 50 cts. tivo do, in cts. thri'e do., SI: tlrree inoutlia, 85; six months, one vear, 8'0. Oi'e-eluhth column, three moiitlis, 8S; iilx'uiontl s, Sl'i; one year, Due- fourth three months, JIG; six months, 325; niicreai, S.M. luifiiKssC.ircls, 61 pel Hue lycau Nothing count- ed Ids I hail live 1; lies. liuilni'ss Notices in lotMl co'unins, 10 ets. per line lirst inicitlon, aail live i cuts pel line for each siihse- uuent Insertion. Sothli p-c mi ntodless than ten lines. Ailvvrllseis will only bu entitled to an average of intuition? pir An unU'orm style or dis- In? ndv ei tlsements will L'O observed, and no ill be inserted at any i rlco. Onkis mail for subbciiptlon and adveitlsinff, should luU'rosscd to THE GAZVf PI, PRINTING CO., J'o-t Jerlni, A. I'. Brief Mention. is building a 100 sower. Delaware and Hudson Cunal Com- pany run about one thousand boats. Grand Army of the Ii.cjjubb'e in- tend electing a Soldier's Monument at El- miitv, to not less than ffl Mi. J. B. Adiims, fonnoily of this Co., hat, commenced the publication, of n daily piper, called tho Dtmoaal, nt Scran- ton, Pa. man wat, discovered yesterday, par- ding the streets up-towu, in the garments, of the Jtuir sex. Ho was chased by some parties, but managed to allude captuie. is stated that the tiial of Wairen Fellows, on the charge of murdet, will not come off at next term of Court at New- burgh. His counsel will ;vsk tor a post- suits have down the river, fiom the recent freshet in the Dela- IA ITO. Pal ties who caught lumber and logs have been compelled to buy, give up, or btand suit for d'imnges. H. A. "Woodhouso, Collect- or of the United States Interim] Kovenue, for Wayne and Pike counties, undu cx-Col- Ipetoi Hetrich, has been ro-appoin fe 1 by the present incumbent, Mi. Luukenhac'.i, to the samo position. Newburgh Joiinml says tnat the presents in gold coin to Eev. JJr. Brown arid lady on the of' tlmit golden wedding, amounted to drcil of gold< n kot psakcs. Stroudsburgh Jc.fir'-uuiau note's tl'O di'itruc'ion by fire iceently, of die Janncry and mill ut Spragueville, in thnt county, built by Loring Andrews, and occupied at tho time of the disaster by DccKcr Dunn. Pioperty only paitially insuifd. j-Yue Jeney Herald lea.m- that a dwelling hoiibo, about two miles fiom Car- peater'b Corner, owned by Mr. Benjamin and occupied by a Mr. Wm. Edsall, Kjiocial Notice. VAII.EKOTIIEKS, ncwsf i-Blots, are tlio general orients Tor THE HVKMNO GVZFTTI: In Port Jervls, and will have entire c'laree of tl c village delivery, and mike TOlleUlon thi'refoi. Collections will be made every Single copies ot tlie t irrent Nine of THE BVSKINO imij be purtlnsed :it Vail Brothers aid at Mts. Richardson's an.l Miss Tutlilll s News Depots. Pffe four cents. To Advertisers. TUB EVKMMI GAXKTIKIIO'V has an ibsne of iwr ticu cop n a utel., and Its circnl.itlon ii r.ipldly increasing m Hie vllUige and extending Into the adj.iLont country. oung city swell of eighteen years, Hv- j ing in Rochetter, was taking a journey iu a stage coach iu Sodi.s, a Lake town of Wayne j county, when Iho si ago drove up to a j comitry store to change mail. The airy to tho value of The thieve1! were seen and pursued, but escaped. Buiglars also entered the house of the Eev. Dr Pouter, of Drew Seminary, on Monday night, and robbed it of ooino worth of uilverware, jewelry, and articles of clothing. Scranton Rcpullicau says that on Monday nioining Mr. James1 Di ckso4, son of Thomas Dickson, Esq., left tomi for San I'Vancisco, and on the first proji.. will sail from that port, for Hong China, where he expects to remain for five years to come. He is to bo connected wHh thi> firm of Olyphants, tea merchants of jNew York and Hong Kong. Mr. Dickson jios of late been the Scranton ticket agent (if the D. H. C. Co.'s railroad. Puzzling Tho Scheneetady Star is pnziiling itself pompouslvlnquired of (i green over the conundrum why girls can draw so j. v _ ii'_i__ __ j_i_ _ _ _i __ ji i ___ _ ____ __.i looking country youLli: do they keep to sell here, oh, soothing (Country "I dcii't know, sir, I will inquire. Store keeper, you got any sooth- in" syrup. Them's fi baby out here that wants some." City boy has goio by the name of Sooth- ing Syrup ever since. (1UITH to lie iu Port Jeivib a few clays since, wo were agreeably suiprised tit the, fine improve- which thinly as they do and still keep warm, and relates the following startling experience: We oneo rode with a girl in an open out- tor fifteen miles, on one of the col dest nights oi winter, and while wo sat frozen nigli as stiff as a stake, our teeth chattering like custments, she kept up an animated con- versation, every now and then exclaiming Oh isn't this delightful! Don't you enjoy it When we arrived at our destination, notwithstanding we were dresaed a great deal warmer than our fair com panion, she had to lift us out of tho cutter coud.uct ____ bo no> ay, and tho display of of a farm house. On the return trip wewc cood-i is niagiufiijcnt. Mr. u liberal user of "printers success is the natiral Mr. C, has long 's and his aid frozen to death, and sho drove) the coiipse must bo that girls Eire tougher then we men peojjle." Constituting of Delawai-e Com- niandery, K. at the Delaware House. Delaware Commandory of Knight Temp- lars, No. 44, this village, was regularly con- litit ited, and its officers duly installed yes- terday afternoon. The exercises were an interesting nature, and were pleasing throughout. At three o'clock tho Su Km glits, numbering eighty-two, formed ii procession at Masonic Hall, arid prccedcc by ;ho Erie Cornet Band, marched througl several streets, presenting iv fine appear anco in their uiiifoiTus, with swords, cha peaux, After the march they rcpnirec to tlieir hall, and at five o'clock the cere monies of constituting the Commander; weic observed. The ceremonies were con ducted by the Grand Officers of the State of York, consisting of Sir Knights II Clay Preston, Eight Eminent Grand Com mauder, of Binghamton; Robert Macoj, E. Recorder; General Eoomc, 31. Grend Standard Bearer; assisted C. Paige, E. C., of Malta Cominandcry; J. B, Chaffer, Past Commander; Jno. sen berry, E. C., Great Bond Commandery G. P1. Wiltsoy, C. G, of Hudson Eivsr Com- maadory, and E. Loomis, E. C., of Norwicl, 1ST. T., Commandery. The proceedings wer; very interesting, and at their close tho fol- lowing officers of Delaware Commander; r weio installed: C. B. Gray, E. C.; J. W. Weed, Gen.; A. Kirk-man, C. G.; W. K. Stcwaru, E..Prclato; James Tayntcn, S, W; J. ]j. Kalbfus, J. W.; B. H. Chamborlaii, Treasurer; L. L. Adams, Ecc.; Aaron Doiikcr, Standard Bearer H. H. S. Eusseli, Sword Bearer; C. T. Brunch, Warden; I. E. Bevans, Davis, A. T. Browr. Guards; J. P. Adams, Sentinel. At the conclusion of the ceremonies, Delaware Commandery escorted the visit- ing Sir Knights to the Delaware Hous: where a grand banquet was given in honor of tho event. The tables wore liountifnll; r laden with good things to which the Knights did ample justice. The toi'st tabl i wais brought in requisition, and speechify ing olso introduced. were mad by glut Knights Preston, Paige, Robertsor, Booaie, Cbafiei, Gray, Weed, and othon, much to the edification of those prehenli. All things must hove an end, and so ii 1 tho banquet. On the whole the day wus i meaiorable one m the hisitory of Delawar: Commandery >To. 44., audl a pleasant ami cro'iitablo affair throughout. stry of love. Hci then spoke of our religious mercies our1 gracious helps and privileges. The (harch o' God on earth is composed of the best liviijg men and women, and nishei the bolst and the highest aspirations. We elaim'that tho very lowest type of christlianity is above the lonei of in- idolity. Infl dolity is being modinod, and dny Ihere'ls scsarcely an infidel Who does not 1 ny hold c f so'ijcprinpcilc set forth in the Bible. The i hurch is a great socioi powei and tends to mankind. He spoke of the Proloi'taul church as becoming in- creasingly orjUioilox, united and inSuential, and that theji wure growing less sectarian, ,vhil( the CathcJic church was losing its ;entr.ilizatioiii power. It has been sa id that Proti 'stantisn i is a failure, which tho speaker refuted. The hope of America, and success of Protestantism demands that tho Bible bo placed in tho hands of every man. Oflir nation1 al blessings is a theme to be than'rfnl. fl'o ispoke of this nation as a wonder to all nations; that it had alike been ridiculud, thrust at and feared, and still livos on. The foundations! of the' goveniment vreto laid in intoihgence and virtue. The, act of tho landing at P .ymouth Eock was to rt-ad'thc Bible and pra y. Our government was made by and for t le people. It was not formed by any spe< ial, foretaste or act, but was fashioned jqit us the necessities of the peo- ple The Declaration of Inde- pendence a declaration of the rights of the American pisople. He then referred to the conflict through which had passed, and that since'lve hqd outrode the storm, there was no w un open field for all who de- siro i o chri'St ianlze and save tlio land. Wai is one of the) seirere measures used to purge ancl regerieilate tho land, and never had thorn been greater results than, that derived from the rellelli on, through -which, we had so lately emerged. He spoke of the fears of borne that country would be overrun by foreigners, but, ho said, let them' and be educatJDd and natjoti will thljn be as a sun among the stars. It is important that we cultivate the gift of t'jauks. Alj, should unite in tho true spirit of the.inoirting. He said, it wna true the ra are great corruptions in our the ca is a poweij to ia the Bible, whicih opens this way to Paradife, anil Hca- reii our home. Franklin Locals. The New Jersey Ha aid rotes certain local matters in tho village of Franklin, as fol lows: The work on tho Sussex KB. is tieini; rapidly pushed to a completion undo" th i supervision of Messrs. Smith, Towell ami Irvvin. The grading is all! finished to th} terminus of tho road, and'the stone worlc for the abutments of the bridge will be com plotod i-within a week. Tho whole will probably be completed by the first of The Company are putting up a ternpo- raiy engine house, near Franklin to accom dale their cmginos this winter, and we be lieve, propose to erect one of brick, as -well as i depot, next Spring. The Franklin Co., also have in view i ne'ir brick' store and blast furnace, whic i eventually gife einplojrmcnt to a larg; number of men. The embryo town is des tindd ere long to vie with. Scranton in Ms iron works find mineral wealth. Buildings arc going up rapidly and tho only inapedi ment to the increase of thoi town, seems t be the -want of lots whereon to build, j L coull and lumber yard is now in operatio i nndler the management of lijj. J. both will eventually prospei. Singular Eailroadi Suit.
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