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Angelica Reporter (Newspaper) - December 12, 1866, Angelica, New York ■f/ - \ ^ HlKÌ^ttldiCil llfpOtttVi C. F. k G. w. BICKINSOii, ^^illlMll^^^J |>i}tt VRAB^ IIi AOVAMCK. ImMmtm^hmnyfrneaibt atU7«d'(or more than •ufw aa&ih«, fifty CoaU adlilloa»! wUl be cluirsed W* »^Iwg» Mid «omplotc auortawQt ofvlkiD. mA ia «Mt «InKMt »11 kimlii of sad tmcy pfint-iaf, BMt* prompt, Mid chti^. VOL. XXX: NO. 22. ANGELICA, N. Y., WEDNESDAY, DEC. 12,18Ç6. WiaLÖLE NO. 1280 "SsiSS^^^^ if-f.i. FIK E liNNlKANCK Angl^lißja^ Jl. T. jNorlii Aiu«iicun liii^uaauce Co. ifew Vorli e^yr ------ CASH ASSETS $751,653.57. Allele Insmaitce. Ccmiianir* -- "Now York tOity. j CA8II ASSISTS - - - - - t593.97:t.l9. R. LLOVD, 4gcnt. r.'S,o-lke iaaurcd ma? participate iu uct MOtt. . If 08tf ATTOmilY AND COUNSZUOR AT LAW, AwiellciivAi'Vtaiiir < oimty. f^.Y. Offlce-KifHt -Door >!ftat of Haptist Chunth 8AM B O L TO W» FASHIONABLE BAHBEM AND/ , .-^r,. . HAIR-DRESSER, Firit Door Weatpf Angelica Watcb Mttlter nml J«weler. and dealer__ iaall kind» of Clucks. Watt-bea, and Juvteiry Rotwiring done OD short uotice »nd rea-iiQabf« to|nis.f> •^AagwItgi^Fffbl^. 1864; J38Mf i)r. U F Carver. D<=NT1ST DanU) rooma over (big store of S. N. Bennett A: Co. ta Smith BlocK, AngtUc». I h»ve no P»rtii»r. _^ _ PENSIONS, BOUNtfISS, and Bkc't Pay. procured »>5 (h* sabticribur. U. I.LOYD Claim ARent. Ang«'licft.N. Y , 18K4. HOlf BUSINggS C0t.LE01 ^ ; M ' ,!rjjl« is tho raortf.roiii^I and ibiroiiKli Cominerclia C6Ueg« liitUeSMtci<. Itfaaab«e& ««¡abUabed twelve ytara. and biM Kcurod ail anptriillele^ repatailaa for praOteal abd tfetifeimKh (taslruclioh. , I»1 fi «A'XMllll^:...,..... Wecnn nfcly «ay. that no inUtntlon In the world hao produced tuoro flnt class pomueu than the Buf> felo OoUcse. .nOOK-KEDPI^^«. Every variety of SiiiRle and Double Entry la tnnght, iroiii the moct simple to the most complica ed. The School t« :n:aded; cuusiKitngoi Primary.. tUwrcticol J^^ The Pr^-ti«al Uiipart- mentis tae most perfect «ysifiiii to be found lu the world. R|\THKMATIC8. Thoronah instMctlonls given in Commercial Arltb-nietiottud Uie URherm^hemattcn. when desired. ' : ro Pupils become famill» with the Law cf Partner. 6blp, AgencVrContracta, Commercial Paper. &c., &c. llitsjd/'partment Is fitted np^In the tnortcohiplet ■tyie, and is lu every respect eqital, if not snperior ,t any institute i i the Ut ited States. «irilOI.AR IllPf» SchoUrship issned in this CollcRe will be good for anylengia of time in,Forty-eight Colleges, (;o;taprl«< ihc tha Chain. Pjr farOioy luformation addKa» BBYA.VT b SIBATTON, BafRsio, i Y. ApriMl 18M. ly: 0 ÜR BT A RC U GLO : 1« the only Article nsed by -First €ila»«H of Mr^-f^niiirdri^anü Tliouüand of Families* It (nves a bna\itifnl pnlish, making the iron pasa smoothly over tho cloth, faving muoli Ume %sd tv B X X TEH » S FÉlENDSIflP, N. } . , ^ {l'lîtrtWiiOnïilin 18Ó3.) •tadenta graduated ih vocal and instrumental mn «ÌC.A1U1 muaical composition. . .. • ■ ' JAMES BAXTER, JPrlncifisl aad Jtop rtut'ir ^'lilr Siïnd fer a ¿iñsüTar x«oa:tr DH. U. B. GOBTON, Goods done np wrtli it keep clean mnch Ion ill not wear out bo s wo a. bor, gor consequently wil JU.mal^'i Old Lîvte.n lbok like New. OUR IMPERIAL BLUE b the D(ü in ihe W'orlä: ItiaaolnblainlfanlaswoU as in soft water. It put up in the saf«»»!, ncatcRt, and hiost convcnicnt förm of any offered to the public. Itls 'Wari*nn1«id not to ^trealc tlicidotlies«. Agents wanted cvorywhere, to whom we offer ex traordinary luducemeutn. Address, ÄKW löBKSTAWii'urnaaco.. Mo 318 ^ ulton dt.. N «w York.^ gep. l?th IBBiJ: E. REMINGTON & SONS, MAUFACTCRERS OF i t REVOLVÈRS. RIFLES, ' rialÍDOt on the Way. Ilo I ye «bo atort a nnbieschtin«. For general good designed. Ye wVïTkmin ii-iwww , Tobi-nefityourklndl Mark unt ti.e path you fain nrould tiread, Tlie piine y»« mean t«i play; And if it be an h««ia<l; on«, Kifp BtCiidfast Iti thé way I ÀîtbWiigli ye may lint ernia at com ,'0)0 ixwnt yo m««fit deiiirff. B«t patient-^time can w<)nders work— Plot I'n. and do not tire ) . OlrtitracHtm!^ too, kniy cro*d your path, In thn<átning, sturn array. Mer&enadowsin the way. Then while there*» work for you to do, 8t«nd liot diapnirlng by. Let ''forwanJ" bö thç mo»« ye make, And "onwürd" be thé cry! And when atiCTjçiW baacrnwnçd your plani, '1 wül. ill you; pjiìn rep ty To é B the giMid UlKir'B done— Then DhilOP M)T O.N TOCft WAY 1 Itemaabet^eJioorr bile lenden clotids arc br wing In the iky, And ftiry>iiowl!akCT, ImrbingurB to enrto, Recur und Winter'« taie.—;inil >ou nnd I Sit fiizlly urunnd tbo gluwing heartb— Discodr-'inir p"Tyr or luiuhup talet) liygone. <»r ^imiilfr jovR that do tbe mind allure From brtghier tit'ed^ may we ne'er be prona Todo it ut the mcruyot'lhc I'oor. First let onr bands go forth in cbnri'y. And tho'.tlio p.iluia bu- hold the 'wlilowV mile', T will blew« Home poor nnd needier Bonis than vre. And fill Pome homcü with joy and glee to night. 'T v-ill checr the soul and Wiinii tba'tiilnting hearts That kni'«l nroiind-ihe dyln emlH-rt» plow, Wishing that life, tike the .expiring R|iar'<{fi, Might gliouuer but an iiVstimt ere it go. Ala«, that eh »rlty slionld he «0 dor ! Ami mnn forget the iJrent Provider"« will Who nimwers Plenty on him 3ear by jcar, And 8t«Tvc a npcdy soul to fill a till. He In whom (îod h i» placed it to do good And wf o doL's bud Ihc de ils willr jnice. And an^elB frown mw. »nil lll Intrude, . UntirfiTSlin,, vrrn gnuTíTJ^, — En, It, DB niAVCS. OVpn, Per. 5. lí»'.(t. Muskets and Carbines, For ibe UnitedfitiitesService. Also. POCKET ANO BELT REVOLVERS, Itepuntliitt i^i'jtol«, KJFiE CM.vA'.v, UBVOLr/.\Ci HlFLt^ Billed ShotOnn Biirrels, i: Oun Matiirials, gennernl-ly. Sold by Oun Dyaltirs andthoXi'ado tliroughout the country. In these days of House Breaking and Robbery every Honse, Storé, Bank, and Office 'should have one of REM) NGTON'S REVOLVERS. Oirculiirs containing-Tttts and description of onr Arms will l)c fUrnisbea t pon applidition. E. BEMINOrON & BONS, liion/lTTr; ----------iiocTsr-.t-.N-ituoiiSr-Aifontsr—----------- Ulisla a^l M'ftl a.r.ts? FiriaiS. Some folk* are alwajra itnaf^ming that "somelhirij*' Avill tiiin up;" but what th« "soMKilhing" in to I«», nobody can tell ; nor hurt even the dreamer him* JidfJii»»^^^ it)» aurfi^JoLo Boinetliing very g<>)oti which will relieve him fro»n all hi.4 clifficiihie». Jliinilrcds wait f«ir thi'8o happy luiiis of loriuiit*, ami ruin tbemseiii«elve8 by their fulae hopes. Men of .ill ciau.m'» are dilpi'ii by this Jolly. S"me' innt hi fat«v and others in PmyJdt'iije— ut both purii is without any foiiudrttibu. It would be well for tlu'se idler« to reflect that the daytLpf («»rtune tellitig, astrolo and, liiufiacles are goiieTby. "Pitellers fulF^ guineas are now rarely found in old cap boanlB, holes ill the wall, or buried in the garden. Most of those have already been discovered and the cash spent. , You might now dig till doomsday without Bmiiiig a Queen AuuieV sixpence, so timt you Ciin earn ten thous--Mld^MnmMMhjLtLViilL wjjl^ up OliC, It is said that in former tiiiies >vlten an old gentleman, who had several lazy ■1)11», was dyin^, lie told' thom that all hi« properly was hiddun ina field, arid, if th»'y would obtain it, tht^y must dig deep ly. . No sumicr waa he bur ied^thanr they procured spades and went to win'k; but all in vain, loi; they louud iio uins Glled with roM. Hut there was one adviintage ; the land from being so well !voike«l, yiehhyi more than dxjuuble its ti.sual produce, and amply repaid theiu lor liieii labor, and taught- them a golden lesson in the bargain ; for now tliey perceivt'd that industry Was better lhan a h'g-icy, and that muscle and jnind are the best fortune. Bkaciîipvl dark and diHcon8«)late the path of life may seem to any man, there in un hour of deep and undisturbed repose ât hand when the Ixxfy ahali âink into » dream-leas atumbori I^t not the iinagiriation he startled, if this resting' place, instead of being a bed of do;wrn ihall be « bed ,fif gravel, or the rocky bed of the tomb. No matter where the poor remains of matt niay bf», the repose is sweet and undisturbed, thé ««irroWful bosom heaves ho more, the tears arc dried up in their ftmntain, the aching head is at rest, and the stormy wavmof earthly tribiilation roll unheeded oVeir the placc veir^lnst À iiHie(i"iîngiiige~tti" fear-fjil conflict over the very bôétom of the dead, and not one of the sleepers heeds the spirit-stirring trump, or responds to the rendiiig shouts of victory. quiet thèse countless millions' sleep in the at'ms of their mother earth! The voie©;of thunder shall not «waken them— the loud ciy of the elements,the winds, the wave«, not even the giant treadht)fthé--earriiT}uakè:^-shaîf able to cause inquiétude id the cham ber of death. Femaie.Beauty. r© ssr ^ juPt arrived LOCKHaIÍT A mar. 51. A'o 40 t'ourtlanil St., .Vrw rwJr, D- CT- >H STRXUAHO'S Tonic ! DYSPEPSIA. -dr: stbicki.a.nd s ionio is > couccutrated iironanitioi) nf mntaiinit hcib!", TrjtU miUaclil» curinina- ________tlvos to stroniithoii thi- «toni.'ifh nud " " " ' " ' ncrvotiB «yftiini. It 1» a curtain Hinl-edj for dj-npepsiii or iudlgcntioir, ncrvoiimions, iobs ol appetito, acidity of the ^^toiuIlch, llatulciscy and dubil ity. It ia not ukoholic, tlicreforo porticnlurly bnit" d for wealf, notvous and dyspt ptic persons. For sale by .ill Urllu'tiiBt" eycrywhtro at per bottle, jan'ly-71tl0 „ DRa STRICKLAND'S mellifi.uou.s Cough Balsam P. M. FISH , BL^OBiisisÄiTia:, ^Corncr^tf kiin and Olvan jBtroet.' vhrre il kliidv IT •t niackKmithlng will bf done on the »i ^ •borlvH notic«\ .and mnat r«;a<>npabie tenns-and llor^o and^ Ox Sbueing in a superior manner. ALäO, Manufacturer .of Carriag«'s. Bug-gicH. WagooH. Ac.; and repairing d<»uo oii ■hort notice—'ine d >or Houth of tbe Black smith Shop, on «Jl -an atrett. Angolica. N. Y. 13f»5tf Cr I.^LiïV.-inii» OVtíN JCátiea^tcutofiT and pi LOCK Ii AKT »V r4r öT« » V t.-»—¿ix V in- l«>»l rt'Ct'l Gñ'S C A RD TO INVALIDS. k Olergyiiian, while, residing in South America ask miaaionary, discovfred a sale and wiiiiplo remedy for Ihe Cure oi Nervous Weakness, Early Decay, Iiinfafe» of tho Orlnary and Sominal OrRan«, and the lih le tinto of disorders i>ruu:{ut on by baneful au I vicio tl habit*. Oreat numbera have been already ct.r«^ y thiii noble remedy, sroiapted by a desire to ben flt the afflicted and uufortnnato, 1 will ^nd Ch<^ rer. pc .iar prepacing and: ludng this mudlclne, in a sealed a-,^«)ppe, to any one wh<i necdait. P. ee of Chuv,". ' FtMae ittcioae apoat-paid envelope, addresbed t« rottnwif. ■ Address JO&ErH T, INMAN, _______ ^H warranted to be the only preparation known to onn» con«hs. colds, hoarpxnens, aKth-ma. wlioopinft couRb. chronic coughs, ooiisuniption, bronchitis aii«l croup. Beiua p eimred from honey and herí)» it is healiuR. solisning. and lixpectomtinr, and partlcularlv suitable for all affections of tho Throat and Lungs. For sale by PruKKlsU every where. Vnre for Piles. DR^miCKUND'S Pile Remedy Has cnrcrt tliousand« of the wothi cawMJ of Wind piics. It (jives immediate rellpf. and eUects a ptinnauent euro. ' Try it dlret^lv. it is warranted to euro. For salo by ali l^riigglsts at cents er bottle. Station D. Bibip IIccse, ---^ --------^ NcwLÏorkXily. HornellsyiUe yiffencß. ! THK I.ABfig^ -?JPSTEtiK NEW VORE. Represent lai ove r 1^27,000 OOO i'""'-.. .--48»«Ta. ^tna, Hartford........ .§4,061,455.80 Home, New York,.. ..;..:..8,ò<»H.674 14 Ins. Co., N. Anu'r. Phil.... 1,73I.<'(M>.<K) PhopnÌ3i.- New Y..rk,...,l,663,l:»2.72 ^éufitv, New Y<.i k,... . Í .fi«2.8f)0,.S4 Hartford. Ilartfoiii.......I.583.l63.f.2 THi Slim SRim! More Disable, « More Elastic • • Mora Graceful! A.Tirt V.-I71 iccep It« Hiioi>o ontl I'ukulix ItM l»laoo l>ett«r tlian' ' bny otlier ©Ulrt. This Ecw nn 1 beautiful ntyle of Skirt (Patented March 7, ISfitO whs naarded by thi: Ureal Aiiiericiiu Institute Fair held In New York, Oct(i-ber, ItitiS, a The SILVER MEÖAL! highest promiuni ever giveii/or a Moop ¿Skirt Brains and Brandy. From Ohio conius a capital tenipo-raiice story Judge Quay, the temiic-rai.vw. h>i;turor, in one of hiu ufliortH th< •re got otl ilic f^'llt»\viiijr: All of those who in yoiini ^ habit of drinking whiskej',at forty V'ar.s of age will he total alMtainci'H ui drunkards N<i one can< j" lor years in moderation. If )1h;í<> a pet Ron in ti«? audienci? liclore jn'», whose own .....difil|>ui<:K tjlii^i.. l«'t him 'make il known; I \fcill account lor it, or acknowledge that i am inis-lakrn. A tall, large man arose, and, folding his ariuN in a (lijfniL'ud m:»iiníír acru^s liÍ8 bn'ant, sai<l: "1 »»fief inyscK as one whose own «•.xperioncf contradicts yonr stutenieirt.' "Are you a moderate driukei?" said ihe Judge. "] am." "How long have you drank in mod-^ration?''^- - ---------- "Furty years." "Am wfre never intoxicated?" "Never." "Well," remarked the Judge, scanning his subject closely from head to foot, "yours ÍH a singular cat^e, y<'t 1 think it i»* easily accounted lor. I am i-.emind«'d by il of a little storj'. A o(>Iored man, with a loaf of bread and ilit.-k üí-whhjkey, sat down to dine by ihe liank fif a clear stn am. In broak ing tlie br.vud some (»f the crumbs dr<.>p-prd into the water. Tiiese were «'a-gcrly KP zed and eatfu by the fi-^h Tiiat c^rcumstano'v suggested to the •larkey the dea of dippñig th« bread in tJu; whiskey, and U'edin;*; it to them lie tried it. It Worketl well. Some ol ilie fish ate of it, brc me drunk, and floated helpless, on the wafer. In liiÍH Way In: easily caught ^a great number. But in the stream was a laige <ish, very Unlike the rest. li purto(»k h'ih ly of the bivad and wihh-key, but with no perceptible elTcct. Itwasbhy of «very effort ol the darkly to take it. "11«'r«-8olvf\l to have it at all haz--itrdttr^li«t-4it-nrtgtit Irarn its namtrtmd The Etccl Springs are wonnd with a Une pVatod wire (itipliicc ofu cotton covering) whicli will not wear off or liecoine Rolledjand the whole Skirt rnay be waabed. without injury or fear of rusUng. and will bo as guòd àà new. THE COMBINATION fcKIEÏ 1 SILVER This invention combines with the ordinary cotton Skirt the udvantages of our SILVER SKIBr ; the bot-T -Il J kt v I I />o ■ , o I to™ h»»?« the same as those U3od in the Silver JLornllara, New lork,. . . . l,4nt2.b8l.liJ|Skirt. the cqvering of which cannot wear oir, while Home New 1 000 (»00 00 the upper ones aro covered with cotton No lady hav-Home, I^t.w once worn one ofourskirts wUlbe wUlin« tó Internationa^ N Y.......1,000.000.00 Phœni*. Hartford,....... 957 000,00 Arctic, New York........ 02.0.000,00 Metropolitan, N. Y.,..;... 6l2,8tl.l8 Putnam, Hartford,....... 544 4.^5 GÎ tí. AmíVcn, Hartford...... 600,000,00 N. N. Y. 50«.<l00 00 ^ City Fire.1lfiiFtrord....... 440,651,12 Travelers'^^Hsrrtford-^ Acci------------------—^ dental,............... f.00.000.00 Total.... .... .127,400,809,00 Partipñ dèi<iflng RRLTABLß Incurance at «qattablß will And it to ihéir advantage to ap'ylj at Ihit- Agency before ; int).tTÌug pr Koewittg their p«lîclw» elHcwh-re. ciiVß A;yous ft m Yö»»«, YOUNG. Agt'«. O. Co»«, N M Cha!«f. itoorasro- wear any other, as the lower hoopa of ali other kinda are Ronn Injurod and soilod. Theb«at materials are used In tneir constructi'<n, and, fion» tlieir durabillfl and .ncatnesstheyortetìes-Uncd to bfcoine a • - ■ A FAVORITI SDIRT I Manuftkctured a dely by ; the su,v£b SstaT Ann waii jta^crac•^7bn((l cumpa^y. SO Si .W Bapci-^T fVrazrr. NEW YORK. TrS."S|ferry} Siip't. a7. ^86«:lyD._____ SrevB's fsieat METAL TOP LAMP CHIMNEY, ■ THIlTÉUSCTBREAt BY iiEAir, nut lire. He jjrijyired a net, and After niuchVfioirt caught it, carriiid it to a Ci.dored neigjil"ii^ and _a«ki'd h»R opinion of tbe maitcf. The oilier 8ur%'eyed the wiuider a moment, and said: 'Sam bo, I jusderatands dis cane. Dat is a mullet head. It hain't got atiy brains." "In other words," added the Judsre, '•jilcijliol affect« only the brain, and, of course, those having nuno may drink without injury !" __ The storm of laughter which follow-ed^drove-ifie^-fmHlerate drinker Kudden-ly from tliC house. _ Äc<«Haai,-iii4 BaUdingauf aU t iad«;. cooatruçt-^ MaCiatylaVf¿that hava auMd tite teat oi «ileen ^ mntìmdùùtfattà on ah antirelr different and pattar nlM than any. «»Iber eouipoàltioQ ra')flng in • te ' (MpNS iiy «Éi**!^'} Htrr ánréble and atlfw mltwiSy^fiS ft^ ^ »aU- Wm! »2adr«òom» co., V*. n ii«M«D y. Saras up «11 KM and unoke. never bieiuA by puttiocon m abade: abort, and not top- JtiejvirV ta eaiily oleacéd'by t«m<>vinK tor» i. in tact.^ tba -•an d fr fiiRt ttii^vmèdiinr all others.T-l:ine ft tta Ibecalii-tiodMrcdi ' r - ' < Nò dealer mh ««Ibvd to if tHtheut tkeiB. NEW LAMP CHIMNEY CO^ f 9 Wmrtmm M^ N. T^ A IIappv \VYoRi.i>.--Thie( ; is a happy World—who Hays to the tbntrary is a fot)l or 8om«'thiug %vorse. Thne is everything to make us happy. Tho land sea and sky, contribute •«.' our enjoyment. The man who has a good heart, sees pleasure.where a bad person beholds nothing but gloom. The secret, then, of being h ppy and.ei.joying this glorious woild^ ia to posses« u virtuous heart. Who is the most cheerful and con'ented man in your neighborfiood? Th^ mittr^iw^is ttm wnSt^ possesses the greatest riehi-s? No.— It is he wwtea fiottiing but a kind lieart. Nuthing rtifflt;^ his temper iior disturbs his repose. The miirhingsky 5—the evening cloud—^the rtillitig waters—^the b|o»imii[iglMn«ci«pe----the teern-ing forests, and the fields of 8n<«w,givK him^ pleasure that uthc ra never dream of. Every day ho " lives;, he is as coir "lenteiiWd^ap^^ tnan t() Depend upon it, the. world is a heatiiifiil one, and Ciihiains a thoOK* and sottrce« of «tijoyment; which they ean only «M Mid fe«t whote hearts »rt» por#., ■■ TThcTadH'slûriSiâTmr^iin their fingers and toes rt;d,tiicireyel)rows black and their lips blue. In I'ersia, they paint a black streak around the eyes, :ind ornament their faces with various figures. . Tho Japanese women gild theiv teeth, and those of the ludie« paint, them rod. The pearl of teeth mnsf bi? dyed black iii Ouzerat. The Hottentot WiinuMj paint tiie entire body in compartments of red and black. In (rteenliind the Women color tiieir face« with blue and yelluw, and tlie.v fre-quetnu, t:\ttoo iheir bodies l>y s'aluatinc threadH in aooi, inséiAi.itf (teneaîh t fie skin,and then drawin«; thennni uoj^, Hindoo i<;nvileH when they ap .....Niui a.r. (hem: «eWeM-\vTtTi u' tiT^t ure rif Kaiîn" and grease. In nearly all tlie inlands ol tho FaciClc and lud.un Oceans, the wt-rn- n, a.s well ns the m»Mi, tattoo a irreat varirty <if figures on the lips,tlie tcmpfiic, and t!ie V hi.h; body. In New il<iliand th y cut theniselve.-^ with bells and by k'-eping open t!ie vvtiuinl^ a Ion«; time, form d-'ep Kcars in tlie fl^'ish.wli'ch they deem hi'^h'y nniiiinental. And another singular " addition is mHde t<» tlieir Iwanty by tnlviugofT, in intVVricy, ihe Ijttle finger of ti.e left hand, at th» equiline nose was often thoiigitt worthy of the crown; but the Snraatrau mother carefully flattens the nose of her daughter. Among some of the savage tribes in Oregon, and also in Sumatra and Arra- eaii, <M»iitin<ial prFssure îs applîëïîT^^ the skull in order to flatten it, and thus give it a ne'v beauty. Toe modern Pernians have a ^oiTg averKion"1(rred hair; the Turks, on the c«mirary, are warm admirers of it In China, small round e'yeH are liked; and the girls are continually pinck ug thi-ir eyebrowB tliat they rnay lie thui and long. Bui thci great, beauty of a Chinese lady is in her feet, whie.h, in childhood, are so compressed by bandages as eflectually to prevent any further in size. The four smaller toes are turned un«ler -tlie loot to thé sole of which they (irmly adh« re; and the poor girl not only ndùrês niiich pain, but becomes a cripple for life. Another mark of beauty eonsists in finger nails so hmg that casings of bamboo are nece.sMary to preKi'ryejhem Iroin inj ry. An Afri-can beamy must h'tyt? small e3'es, th ck lips, a large, iiit nose, and a skui beau til uilj' black, in New^uinea, t he nose is perforated, and a large piepe of wo«)d or boon is insejued. Oil tÎie norihr^vest coast of America', an incision of niuie than two inches in length i« made in ih.f lower lip, and i lieu BUed with u wooden plug In Guiana, the Hp is pierced with thorns, the heads being in^ side Ihe mouth, and the points resting on the chin, The Tunisian woman, ol moderate preteu.sions to beauty, netds a slave under cac|i arm to support^ h<-r when shc v^aHis,^ à carrieli flesh : enough to load down a camel. ' Not long tfinct?, it seem< a steamboit called the "Old KentucW" blew up, near the Triiiiity, i^t the inohth of tW Oh1iv where, it. is a welLestablished fact, that a great many of the -mosquitoes will •weigh a pound, by which accident, a lady rejoicing in the name Of Mrs. Jones hmt her liiisband arid her . truiik^ foi-both of which an action was brought. There was, str^iuge to say, great difficulty in proving that Mr Jones had been on the boat at the time of the C(>1 lapse, that wortliyr hatmg notod^^^^ ly beeii very drunk on the wharf boat just as the steamer hadlv ft Trinity. . Many wij^^^^ prove ti e fact, unt il nnally a Mr. Dietz-mar, a Ooiman, was placed on the siand. Our friend J. S. was attorney (or the boat; and elicited frotn Mr Dietzmar this testimony:— " Mr. Dietzmar, did yoa know the Old Kentuck?" : " Yaw, I was blowcd up mit her." "Were you on board when she Collapsed her flue?" "When she bust de bilet? yabj, was dare " "Did you knoiw Mr. Jones?" "To be sure-^Mr. Jones ,and I to:)k pa^.-ienjrer togeder." "You did? When did you .last see Mr . JOiiatt <>ti board of the boat?" „ .1 ifii^joiinaRt ^tne." \ ' . J. S. fancied his case was safe, and with a most triumphant glance at tbe jury, said,— "You »ltd not? . Well Wr i^mt-rm«», when did you see Mr, Jonex?"' " We'J ! Pen the schmoke pipd and me ran going up, we met Jones coming down!" ^ifPrOocYHiHt.-« While Br. Friiiik-lin was in tondon; he wat iuformcd of certaiii report« against hia ifood name that were current in thià. country. In writin^if to a friend he eroptoytd the fcdlowing langnaipe ia rafertnoa to tiit "I give myself an little concern abont them as possiblf»: I hare often met with atich Ireatment from people that I was all tho while endearoiing- toaerrcí. At otiier times I have been extolled where 1 had littb or n » merit. One's true happiness depends more npon one's judgment of nneV self for a conscious-nsM úf.rectüuée tin action and intention, -aiid~fhe appraibatiun of^lhose jiidge impartially, than upon, the ap* plaute of the tinthiiikinft» nndiscernln{( in n I ti t ode, who are apt to cry Bo$anna to day, and tô^morrow Crncify him?* ; This iä ¿onnd doctrine, prov^ by thé ezpefienceof every person of jndgment The best rtdiance for any individual is within. A consciiiawncs? .of right motives arid j^ood porposes wUI austain a applaune of the worfd.'tind against all its spéakiiig. \Yithout this conscious rectitude, I here is no trnu peaoi', let the World adiiiire and hon^ as itr may,— Resting upOft otié's own consciuusness oT VI rt liöüspii rpíSés^hí tW Way^ iu all troubles, ànd the only safe reli ance.for iridiyidual happinesfi.^^ ; _ i VrfSAt Wuitfl 0ft^ The following letter to the New York branch of the Freedmcn*8 Union Com» missioii explains itsiilf: OrrtCBor TBE AmzBTAirr Smnau^mtt»« ot\ Fbscdken, Dabukoxom, C. Sor- 31. IMG. / Ma, t-*BANCi>6jM. »UAWrFrciadentN.Y. Ura&vU Fmidiaca'a Uaiba Cöminii«loni Dear SiBî Permit me to present the jîficesai^esji/fmy^scisç you again, and ask that further relief niay be extended them, for their wants aro many^ Eventhose, who have labored hard the entire year are mltny of them unable to dlothe themselves .or children comfortably. Every case of extreme suffering ia made known to tne teachers tiitder my charge or myself, and names uf a larger number of old, infirm and almost naked people açe already taken to receive the lirst articles that niay arrive, . Childrj^i too, attending the schools— siime of them walking six and eight miles barefooted and bareheaded—are pleading tor hëalth aud raitnent. Can you aend ua blankets, quilts, híEtsriíhmis aiid ^woolen -gat'uietits fot* old and young, male and female? Oil t csk tnt dft lo iiloir By rharUdf ont. Iqr o«d ; Tott ba J del ka««r ÜS haii X XtiWmciiiWiMot Ob ! biKht we if t» ommt soÉhi^ „,-^.dytlî tfl yâalffit»; Wid mch a mid an t liiârM; . Ah I would It . w J ^ Btttaae. thentyaWetikUncéíial.. $ Areisleahidc ddthlld^; I bear th« faenr tafle hovd, ^^ Bjr baideB Mr—at cmso f HoP^swirn, tbali /oa tmi im'-aiimmer T ^ill yoo not be ^mf to have the mtana at ; biu^ to fresh meaiaeTerat dajt, io lMM|»otipMii sweet, and to preserve aumf nsriali« Maarticle^iorfoodt DojMSiiiMb to nee hard biittttr oi tbe ta^e« iMi 1» ave cool water in the pilc^. Ma il* be-Ahle^-noai-aod-tbett^-to Jiib cream and other .icy Inxarias 1» friends 7 Then iwnd opoo bttvli»' mi ice house hoilt and filled tbii wiMW, and ynu may enjoy .«II w« imitit } shouid the head of the lk«itl|v iMadif» noratice, tbat he doea noi Ì(iQ«r bvw io build the ice bonae, yott ia«ii ÌHiìv^ and show hinri.' -, i-,.-^ First, the ^nnd seteeM. mwla b» dry, atid out of tfie way of ftM^ M Doar a stream, for if wafer eiàèdlÉ ÌA contact with the it #ill WIÌmìì^ almost 'Mike tlie morningtilótid.'* ~ ^ weU tohave the ice honseoo side «r a hill« or of a li4«se,or bif i«tau If clofe to the hease and m. eòot ' mtm C4in be tnade .betweeu it ànd tbe beile, that.will he fonnd veiy crmvenieiÉjMUiA the ice house watt hext Ihe cw^- tòtm iieed^ot-be ittnde-to ihlck^ other .sides, in fact, Adonbiet;heerdiM; with .sn indi of space between^ liiUiiie. It is weìi to dig out the gronad-ceu Mi to set the house » little lower Ibea; tbe general level, maj be*^^ eetenl feet luwer if conrenient. Tte ^Itaei The With ttìr Borr, m otjt.--In one < if Dr; Tyng's tra veis he had rntit with an emigrant joum*ring with his fitrntly-trt the fiM-tih» regions beyjtfjd the Mississippi. He had all his worldly goods packed on wagons, and on one Witgon there hung a huge jng with the bott.un knocked out. He asked him why he carried that with him. *'Why" sari he, 'that^s my Taylor jug," "And what is- a-Tuylor -jug?" asked my friend "Why," said he, "I had a son with General Tayloi's army in Mexico, aufLthe xjld-JÖeneral always told 4tim tn carry his wh skey jtig with a hole in the bottom; and since that I have car ried my jug as you see it; and I find it is the best invention I ever met with. Toe Leopàkd.~"'^iÌ8 ere hanimal, my little dt;ar.Sj" observed the k<íéper of a menagerie, to h school, ^'is ä leop-, ard. His complexion, is. yaller, ami agreeably dfwersified with Wackspot»! It vos a wulger líerror of the hancient, tliat ci'itter vos incapable of changing his spots, vitch^vos disproved in m.»d-ern limes by obserwin that he, wery frequejitly slept in on^ snot, aud next night changed to another!'? "But I say, Mr. Showman!" scream«^ little Jtihnny, "the leopard ain't yellow -at nil. The-4^^t^%>yH he's wldte.'' | Uttt^add-fron - "Vere is the text?" inquired the sIk I w ui aQ:rrr'5iilhelApothecary~^ Wthe I feel tiie great responsibility (eyewitness as I am of their great poveity ^»nd suffering.) restiop* "»v»" »»r't' OVUb l.licU to tnc cnarity Ol sucti as are willing to alleviate their condi tion, and tlicre.forè entreat you tu hear their cry- throilgh 'this application.— Trusting soon to hear from you, I am very respectfully, yours, ^^ vyIHTMORE, 7 Asst. Stipt. <>|p5ducation Sow ' Nine out of ten who attempt to burn coal in a stove, waste about as much coal as is necessary to bo consumed for thu obtaining of all, the heat desir able. Observe the ftdlowing simple rule-8,8uggeiitcd4)y a cotemporary^ and few who adopt the filming of cóal will return to wood fires. We wil" jjuppoiieJhe stove to be cleaned out: First—To make a coal fire—put in a dimblt; handful of shavings, or use kindling wo(k1 instead. Fill the earth en Cavity (if the 8t«»vc has one) near ly full of chunks f»f.dry wood, say four or six inches in length,. On the lo put alboiit a dozen lumps of egg i coal III tèli minutes add at?out twenty lumps m<ire of coal. As soon as the wood has burned out, fill the cavity half to two thirds full of coal The fire will bo a giKid one, ■ The coal will^by tliese direcjioiis, become thoroughlyjigoit^. Second—Never fill.'.a 8tt»ve more than half or tvsro thirds full of coal, .cv-én in the L'oldcst weather Thitd—When the fire is low, never shake the grate or disturb the ashes,: forth a /e/ier white as snowV' BAsnFUi.-VKss —C«»wper, the poet, was appointed cl|ei k to the House of Commun?, and his bashtiilness was such that his dread ot reading before the Hou^e, drove'him to the idea of hanging himselt; which catastrophe was prevented, only by his servants entering the roijiUi^ - -- ~ ' Pope was once brought before the court to testify, and uuch was his co|i-fusioii that he^aw but ha|i of the ¿idg-es^iao d^'nì^LdcÌtlifii^^ at maiiy mjnuies. " Berauger, a French pact, was elected to the Assenibly, but icfuaed to go until urged by his friends; he Vent, and was so aniuzvdát the noise and tumult that he left in a huriy--.returned tu lus garret and went to making * bal-IÌmIS, - IF TnEhE's A WIIX THERE'S A WAIT.--A gh.ver's apprentice in Edinburgh OnCe n-solved to^'ialify hiuiself^for a higher proft-ssion. The relation with whom he lived waS Very poor, and Ctiiild net afford a candle, and scarcely a lire jit nijildt as it waa only after shop" hours that thi^young^ man^iadJciaure,. he hud no alternative but to g.7 . into the Ktieeta at night, and plant hiinself with his book near a shijp window, the lights of w4]|ich enabled him to read it; tint when they were put out, he tised t«»,^limb a iamp-post, holding on wth one hand, while he held his b«Mik with tlie other. That perstni lived to be one oflhe greatest Oriental scholars in the world, and the first'bduk'in Afab c, printed in Scotland, was his produc* tlUn. •...... ■ —V — onght to slope to the iqiddfe or ta one side, and be grouted, thai is,' laid*'^*'' broken BU;nes which are (¿»'^retí* hydraulic cement mortar, p'^driifd i^ef and in among theni. and am^M off even on the surface. The fncllvàllo« of the bottom should Itad W a. Sealed drain, so protected that it jeaanot lb* stopped up by accident, or by aawdeal It is hnportaiit that tbe dralnag^j^f a« ice house, whether th€f bottom : biTe^ ihentedTas we have di^ ; .«If rm^ should be perfect,, and that a. dreab^ tion of air «ihnuld, ilut) taire''^Uce through the drain, this là miIV l^. J zixs* twtf^- ittu-Kttxt UI (IHi ftrellL (a round tile,) rise 2.or 3 iiicbM è ctimented > dèpreasiOn, of bww.' rèedi turning over it a commoft iimer pm with the hole stopped. / A house 10 z 10, or 19 z II ImMb« fwtfriim bottom- -to^ .tbe of coal, and setthe^draf^open. ^Vlieu these are heatëd~tÏÏroû^, ' afíd »(»roe-song of Susannah?" l^^what ignited, add the amount necessa- It's wliere iVi^alyis tlTat Gehaz^^^ ry fonmw fire, but do not disturb tli« with a half-pitch roof, ia aboetifrbeft ie wanted on an oidinaryifatitt,-4Íad .«ill hold and k«ep mni« íif» f h i n je leiÉlly needed. The side? should be 10 íeeb* es thick, the frame being of iinch rights, of a-inch plank, set 4 on li et (the end ones being a fool' from outside corners,)upon aills of tbeÎMiaM» width. The inside boàràjrif abó^W of cheap inch stuff Tbe be clapboardi^, or boarded «fi Éeá down and battented. Dry eeeidaet, planing-mill «haTings. ordrjapeel bark, may be used to UH in bete the outer aud inner boerding, and «fill* ing should be settliMl down eoUdJ Tbe plates may be q^f>iucb plasb; tbt^fffifl^. ers 4 òri each side, of 2-inch plaek^' • inclies wide. I They should be bearded ioutside and inside, and tbe epaeé filled with shavings or sawdqut. ' The rètti shonld be thatched or whrngli^^' Mni tlie gable ends double boarded fill* ed like the eides. Tbe doof aboblì^bè in one oï the ends, 4 to feti frtm |b# ground, and 4 feet hi|>h; «»4 tidee ' I» the p<»ak there aiiould be a alidia||;^|hi«b' tor for a ventilator. Tbei« a fl.H»ring,.not nailed dova, Jtmt biü. ilnnly, to support ibe ice. i.-i Thesidee maylvet ou.tbei they, ure. laid* Jtheyjihûiild báswjii^ jìael^ ashes yet. ¿ÜJiTiiüI open -Njiwijihjik« out the 4sti€s. The coal will be thoroughly ignited , and will k^^ep the stove at a high heat from six to Twelve hours according^ ta the coldnet<a of tHe weather. Fourilir—For very ©dd weather. After the fire is made, according to rules first and' third, add every hour twelve or twenty lumps of coal Yno will find that the^«sh«i^8d( will be in about that rate -^AUmny Att gùì. , Popci,A^ioK.-»The I opulution of tbe your food, labor for Itj if yoii would enjoy ydur raiment, pay for it befor« y<ijn wear it ; 41 you wonld s^e«*!* souiid ly^ take à clear couaoieaoe to Iwd with Did>V Meah. that Evrsino-A crac^t, brained old man' who was slighted by the fein lies, very modestly asked a yt)ong lady, "it she would let him spend the evenirig,with her?" .*'No!" bIio angrily replied, "ihai's wîïai's I Wiin'tP V "Wfll," repfied he, "youi^eedn't be so but some stormy one when i can't go eàrth untoiinis to iOOO millions.—Thrä têtî^ wbeä jiidiéôeêl^ re^skoning a generation ot 33 years, in that space ofHtmo, a thousand millions must die throughout the world. Eacit year abimt 63,300,(MO: each 381,000 ; rach day 83,300; eacti boor 3,450; each minale 67. ' ßtnae of our fellow creator^ are at this laoment de^ .partiijg.o».» of, the, WNä an hour haa elapsed more tbfm 9000 soals who are yet the inbábiUate of time, will 1« paseed into etetnily, - of coal ter aU over, and wbeai^l ia dono, sawdntt anrred m ,iritb,, eeel tar shouid be fified itito mff-tbe^biKrk ces and holes near the gmand qobiWe aijd inside« andeàiìh.b^idi ép iiliifi the sidea and trodden dyviL, Mal the sidèa witb tar «e b^ irii IW jiÌA conW'ST™ ------' '————„ Where tbei^ il ligiMal^ Straw, Ice may be piiMbr^âi^^ ,t)ot the year, if packed in il eoápMI m^ and weU «íibeiiiÉii^ feet drainage beiafr behy nmila¿n [Tbe eaoceeefel ti tions, feVera, ^iptbetfi^ n^ny otjier ^Hieya|bH;^i«afllir tbetr utter end eliwiel Aiid Weie ia tbe and tben by and qoantitice, to be, wbîâb ipÉfis believing wül ajpMtt AòtTMtWNa—-the following fe * gmid illuHtratîoii of ttie^'*pennr^»ae, pouWd-foolish^ policy which inaity l'irà;;'! - sold for lïSOO^bé ^rí^aeer bcágbt "on epecjilatío<i',**^fd^ fúr adfpiile^ ing, and abortiv' áfterMi^ baÍÉ. t^ CoK8ctsNTiots.r~"Boy, why did yoo take án áruíful of my shingles oii Sun» daj t" Whyi^ air, mullréir waótedluníé ktcdlihg wood, attd I dí^l wael to apUt wm fiD INmÍii^ . 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