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Angelica Reporter (Newspaper) - May 23, 1866, Angelica, New York a F. & G. W. DICKINSON, Editors and Proprietors. ' 1" ' ■ ■ yBRM8?~t4 PKR VBAR, IM ADVAMCK; ttt «U CMM «her* p*]r«Miik ii delay «d mora tbw «biM m^aA», niSRiOMm ftJdtUoaal wiU Im cluu««dl . W« hknt' Md teaejftL. ndtodolundl------- . ... , » - -mal iB tect almtMraU kinds of pUin and fimcy print» tag. SMl^ prowpC *ud cbe«p. VOL. XXIX: NO- 48. ANGELICA, N. Y.,4pDNESDAYv MAY 23, 1806. < WHOLE NO. ÍS02 (AllOIUtCA,*,T.) V'^»'«»«*'*' X B. Cggleston. Watch Maker »n«i Jeweler, and dealer JtiaU kindROf Clocks, tt'atphes, and Jewulfy ^lleiiairiai; done on abort notice and rea-iftni^e terniB. ISBStf ANQEUiriL INSURANCE OFFICE. ArotiöJLnaurance Co. CAPITAL - - . «500.000 AS.5ETS .. . > t : .1650.000 U. LLOYD, Aobnt. \ Angelica. Aprili, I8C5. 1444 Dr. C. P Carver, OÍ-NTIST D«nUI rooms oVer tbé atore of S. N. Bëhnétt & Go. _ ^in_Smi Ih. »»ylfLDlocS,-JUígelica.--------.4apJ.h»*e-no partner. 1343:« PENSIONS, the •ubscriberf^ ? " R. UJDYD Claim Agent. AogeUca.N. Y,im. UoUf DR. H. B.<ÎOBTON, •ro isa n ^ ^ Frlendifliip: y;t. " U20 P. M. FISH, m Corner of Main and Olean »treet, oppo-i^ite Rathbun's Hotel, where f<ll kinds •r BlackRmithing will be done on the abortest notice, and most reasonable teruifl— and Horse and Ox Shoeing In a superior manner. ALSO, Manufacturer of Carriages, Bug-fies. Wngons, As.; and repairing done on •hori notice—one door south of the. Black-•Btth Shop, on Ol -an street. Angélica. N. Y. l.HR.'Vtf 3 AX T E R'S öf ^lusic, FRIENDS! HIP. N. Y. i| i ■ »vwijp.^ filili i --—-- FIRE INFRANGE. IIORNELLSVILLE AGENCY. £tna Insurance Company, hARTFORD. COHynCTWVT Xncorjpipralßd m^-^CopM.$2,200,000, UAÉTFûWSfîifSURASCE COMPANY llarti'ord. Connecticut. ; :NCQnPpR.iTED IblO—CAFITAl. |1,000,000, rriŒSix rysuRA SCE coM?A^ r, liftriford ponnecticnt. tïiCORPORATED lîi45—iCAPITM. $000.000 CiTYFIRE rS'SURAXœ OOMPAUT, . Capitu[ $250,000. PIKBNLX l^üRASCh W., New York Oity¿ _ _ CAPITAL $ 1,00o,OOO; KORm AMERICAN ISSURÁNCECO.. narttord, Coiinecticut—Capitol Sapf^ODO. METRIPOLIT.\N INSURANCE CO Now Yhrk City. ' ^ ^ Capital—I,000,000. _____Insnranae can be effected with ile ff jiiber in the" alioV« old eetabiíshed Stock CimpanieB.on V.welUngp, Stores, Churchef, I'j.ctorieP. Peri»(onal Property. Ac., outcrcn» t< 8 favorable as other responslbleinsthutionf) ' eoTuwmitcationíi^Tid U 'lnellsvnie will meet «ith pronii t attention. : J Agen». March 8,1R63—pdly AGENTS WANTED! isrow IIEA.I) Y ! J. T. HE ADLE Y's HiétoPyófi^^^^ ETE IM TWO VOLUMES. AT.80 ISSXTED ttiléte.ln one volume. Conipri»ilig over 12'0 Roysl Octavo Pages, and 70 fine Steel Engravings. .Xtie boaU cheapciit,;mo8t intAresUnff, popular and Aal-uable Histoiy of itbe Bebellion publintaed, «blebiB cutty attested by tbe enormous sale it has reached, and is now sellûig with incrcasUig rapidity OUR AGE 11 m THE BEST BOOK THEY EVER SOLD. Sold only by Subscription. Esclasiye territory civeni School Teachers, Farmers, Officers and So], diem who have returned fomthewar, and a-e seek Ing profitable employment please send for our circtt> lar 0vins full partícula s. Address AMEICAS PUBMSHISG C3MP ANY. 148 Asylum Street. Bartfi>Td, Conn. ,, ScK^toM fe Bübb, Agents. April 11. 18C6:ml. (FütíU«li«hetl in 1853.^ -fitndenir^-gradttal«}A^in-v«cí»l-and-ü»8tmmental-m\»^ aie, and musical componitiou. JAMEH BAXTEB, Principal and rroprietor. jaF3endTSr a cTrcuFar H06:tf Amos R. Smith, OF Caneadtja, would respeetfully annouace to the afflictefl relativen of «leceased sol diere, that he is à leiriUy «ufiiorized Agent for Allegany ^d a(l.ioining Coimtics, to pro» cure Bojinties of Occease.i Suldu'rc. Also for the coi lection of ftaeK l^ay and Pensions. -----—ÎDtrtedTtîiniêîàt^a.^Ii^^ FÜHJNITtHEÜ GROVESTEEN & CO., NANO FORTE MANUFACTURERS, 400 Broadway, Ne«v Yovfc. 'pHE ATTENTION of the I-ublic and the trade if» J invit<id t • uur New Scalb Seven Octavk, Uork-woodPianoFob'e-«. which for volumo and purity ot tnne are nnTivaHcd-fay-any-h».hertft--ogerfeA4w-tht% niarket. They contain oU the modem improvemcnni French grand action, hnrji pfd-«! iron frame, o»er-strpnf; basn, etc', and oach iugtnimcnt being made u<i--ai>r-thp ppr««n:il Hiipt'rviHioii of Mr. J. II. Orovea'een. who hsB a' practical experience of oi-er tiiirty yearei in their mauu'tacturc, is fully wairante J in every particular. The "Grovesteen Piano Forte" neeeivpd the hishestawa'-d of merit at theooiebrotrd World's Fair" where wcrf esbibibitod iiiftniments from t'le best<ej8_MJ[^QMQn.-£arii!..-,Occm^y^ Pbiiailclphis, IJaltmiore, Boetonand New Yorli; and also at the American Institute for five successive , earB,-tbo-G«>l<l"amM4Jv4irJlcdaia-from—bolh.ofjsJUch-can be seen at our Ware Kooms. By the introduction of iniprovementa we make a stiil more perfect Piano.Forte, and by mafinfcwturing Writtenfar tha AAgelle» R«port«t. "Bo Tired!" ^ BIT SATn HAtTRVILU. - "So Tired!-"- -And he-romovcd the crown from hi« head, laid it on the ricli-1y canopied «onch beside him, and re-t^ariled it with sadness and regret. He took the princely necklace from around iiis neck, and scornfafly placed it beside the crown. He clasped the royal Misignia of his nation,and threw it from him with disgust. wealth of England. At his word a na-rion came and went. With a wave of his hand, kings and princes stoo l before him; and by the same silent moni-tr)r they disappeared. And yet he turn id from fame and povver.from honor and ipplunsc,and siglied'So Tired I'and long-id toJ be a vinis-ilrojssr happy aramg üfe amid the sweets of fl iral nature, or shepherd watching his flocks under rlrawilrorn—forhe had7learned~by:1y!t^ fer experience that "Unciisily lies the 'i^ad that wears a crown." • ; "So TiredfAnd the man whose name was a bond in WalL street, laid his head wearily in Ills hands. He lived in a princely mansion' surrounded with all the lu.turies that wealth could procure, nnd before him the great añ^^ exalted, the rich and the influehtial, ^owed in homage But ho turned from them and sighed for the little log farm house between the hills, whore he had 4pent his early days, and for Annio the lox^ed one of his youthful yeara And the tears streamed down his face,aa he thought how foolishiy.after á few brief 'nonths acquaintance he had married ?lie vain womaii who passed in the world for his wife. And the form of the oroud Aristocrat, the Millionaire of Wall street, shook with anguish as he ••emembered the innocence of his early !ife; and the evils, the foolishness, the heartlessness of his present life, and thought that that innocence might still have been his, if Annie, with her pure heart, her noble mind, and her exalted The genius of James 6, Clark the Poer*vocairit îr not entirely absorbed A writer tn the dNMtitMiMMl rMM. the lend- rnaAv« a«« r.«.*:!«.» «.Uk »fc-. by poetry and song. The Rochester «"»f CpPPcthead Jmimalml WartilnRtoo.urgw ^i» .................... DemocnU' publishes a humorous article, written by C., on the most uiipoetic subject imaginable. "Hogs and Trich* Inaj" tût ÎhêrèTs mÎMië even in this. AVe find an extract from it headed "The Poet and the Pig" but we prefer the title, The Posr ON tnt Pio, Ceppérhatd lütfiün nor do 11 w«n of England, olr îlapoJcon of FVitnce. ___.1 • r .t . . . , tTcotrüpä« deslrticaöiflitk iñ tiiiV monti»« «inco for tlie -mnrderof »od mv^ entiKre»», but "what ha« been may te, and his wife by poison, but broke jail and ** will Iw apsiin." if Prwklent Johnnon in iHiwtwt- cscaped to Oattada, where he wm re- The President must arrested. Jiot long afUji wards. After go« intoccsiMi« i>e was delivered up cxpMMU it to its dc- by the Canadian authorities, on the I have watched the swine, frequently from early pighood, up,to old hog-hood, to find a single redeeming phase in his charaetgr,"aiid nil it> vaiii.__^ When a boy, I could make a pet of any animal but a hog. 1 once tried my powers of fascination in that di i rection, and endeavored to establish a relationship closcr than that of mere nassing acquaiitanco, between myself and as fine/a young fraction of the hog race as ever investigated with appieciativc "sniOt" the green ifiiowery dells of. my fathei'a farm. \Ve were~both"yoiii|fr being ten years of age,. and piggie nine years shoit of that figure. It was on the 28th day _ (my birthiday-)^ of just moved into iny clean, tow pantd and coat, combed^he last reef out of my tow hair—I iiidl no red whiskers then-—and crowmd it with a palm-leaf hat, purchased the day previous by my father for my birih-day present—>When I was startled b/ the sharp, authoritative voice of my older brother Mel-vin, exclaiaiiug, "James, have you fed the^igf I responded briefly and forcibly out of the abundance, of my swelling heart, "No 1 blast the pig!" Then I remembered that I had been predestinated to deal out- t-ations t(» piggie during the months' of May and June, and without further hesitation |! filled my "swill pail." and, at the ;aut;geBtion t)f my good Biatet Eliza, holding it carefully aloof from my "clean pants," traveled slowly to the hog pasture. Piggie saw mo from afar off, and came down the slope like a white streak, uttering, as he ran, a long, eloquent squejU, which decended the chromatic scale, somethings after the manner of a baritone singer in ihbdern church music, and ended in an abrute grunt and swash, when his two tore f ?et and mouth met in the trough. Whiiii piggie had flushed the bountiful repast—which ought to have satisfied any animal, except a man oi-hog-~he backed out of the remains, p^aclllg~UÍ8"fyfi^"(w iipon the ground, and giving- a sliort, h|kjf «(I in lira pKxl intcatiuns, bo flUHtiineii: The Miicon (Gh.) Td» over thio »uiTiTWtion, tttik ft« follows:-- requisition of Gov. Fenton, and on 1 toll, put d.Hvn the rtiwllion in Con«r«8, «nd appeal „ ^ ^ ^ officers named Sydney clo«c imitetmn of the g«ii«iM «IK»!««^ to the Iwllot-ltox tontistftin that. Hj»., ia an Mead and O. R. Van Etten. A woman and well calculated' 1» defnii^. ilw ,, »^ch in duty^ bound, to dt. there an imjr Who has been Ptici's paramour arrived back of the bill id rather coftrar TIm Bustained by liiinmTirwn In the office the Natmnal Banke. Pyet recognized and conversed with » Merdmnts* KatifHHi! Btnki,. Wpati-gentleman named King. ^vho is said to ingttm, P. C.—The stispensiod oT thi» be his brother-in-law, but who did ni>t | iMnk wiH iiot eil^^ im»^ seem to be particularly iiiittercd bvrNationial Bank notW the prisonei''« notice. Peet remarked Govemnent bdnde. that his was a hard caw,and »ttriboted ^ n^h^ht r^ his trouble to hia familw rnnt.«/«*:»». I « » Ah was RtÀit»! Rome day» n«o in the Hou^. the coartws òf thé nwiicalii 18 purt-ly » party trick to keep themsplvt« in power, and they Bhouhl not coartws òf thé radicalii Í8 purt-l ^ trick to Iw nllowo'l to di^Ivo the Union for anV mieli wîcke<l purpose. The South had à farì>ett«r pretext when it re«iolv<ki on wparation. Attp prefer peaceable mean», but th<»>e fiiiliiiff, tno President Rhonld Itwue hiè^p^amâtion dcclar larf;ely with a strictJy casi» svBtem. are ennqled to offer these instmmcnts at apñce wiUch will preclude to-$200-«:heaper thati a ny thetft—WÍtlt-dÍ8<laÍB. She—WaS-a«—a» flrBtcla«s Pianp-forto TÜIIMS—Net^Cxbh in current funda. Descriptive circulara Seni Free, B & Co May 2, IBCC.yl. intellect, had been his guardian anproT. .\.nd again he placed his head in g-ttj^j^jed gruui e ed tlw; swil >ail4n^ a Tired!" . ... '¡So Tired !" She unclasped the golden bands from her arms, Temoved tjjtr dtamond chain from her neck, gathered the pearls from among theTlark Tocks of her hair, and laid them on the marble topped stand before her, regarding miDüLiäSÄl-K BY tSOOX & FORSVTH ANGELICA: OF EVERY UESCHIP riOX and STYLE. Both Home-Made. and "BougMen," . Which will be sold Cheaper than at any other Establishment In the State. In addition to bur ; Complete Assortment ' OF CAB I NET-WARE We have on hand a Splendid Stock OVM. FiCTURK FRAMES & MOLDINGS, A GRE VT VAIHETY OP STYI^». AUa, Carvel eaKAMEST.lL BRVCKETS, and va-rioua othir Household Fixtures. Spring Beds eereral Different Patents, M ATT n ESSES. i large atocSc and Great Vitriety. .CALL AND SEE 03 BEFOBE BUW.'iO. p. S_The trjide Ciiii be supplied ^itli Chairs, lledsteadi», and all nthoi Cabinot Ware, in thy white or finished, on liboral torms. G.W.OOOK, E. A. FORSYTH. Biain Street, one door west of the Itithbum » •• XT 1423 i Angelica, N 1. DR. JTRICXUND'8 MELLiEXUOOS Oouifli Balsam la warranted to bo, the only preparation known to cure coughs, colds, hoarseness, asthma, whooping cough, chronic coughs, consumption, bronchitis on<l croup. Deiiu prepared fW)m honey and herbs it is healim;. softefling and expectorating, and particularly ¿uitable for aU affecUons of the Throat and Lungs. For sale by Dniggiflta «yery-whcre. Cure for Piles. DR. STRICKLAND'S ^Püe"................................ as cured thousands of the worst capcs of blind piles. It gives Immediate relief, and etrecta a permanent cu re. Try. it direcUy. It ia warranted to cure. For sale by aU DruggisU at. 60 cents per bottle. IXiCTlUI , STRiCUANO'S Tonic! DYSPEPSIA. DR. STBICKLAXD'S TOVIG is concentrated preparation of roots ana herbs, with antiacids and carminatives to strengthen the stomach and nervous system. It is a certain remedy for dyspepsia or iudigesUon, nervousness, lo«» of appetite,„acidity of the t-tomach, flatulency and debil-ityT It is not atcoholic, therefore particularly suit<^ by all iJhiggist^very wBerd at |I per bottle,^ Jan* ly.1166 . Billiard and Kefcesliinen J/iM^S IRVINE. ANaSiUOA. NEW YORK. WOULD reBpe«tftillv announce that hi-ban taken the Old 'Stand of Ralthaslar n the Corner of PUrk and Main 9t.. where « propowp to minister tivthecomfort. of a ho m<»v favor him with their patron»»«.--iit Billiard Ronrni« and Table» will alwajr kept In prime order. Ref^eahmentc in eat variety. Oyster«, Clam», Lob>ier.n, Sai-^int», PiffK Fe«n Plcklpd T'llM». Kit;*. Cakw. VraXi*. Hutw. C»nJf^ii.OkotM Brand» of Serit». XXX AU, ^atverythlsr^erUlnlBg toa"fIRST' CLASS SA mm ^ miwH in mtU.^m " Jm jilll^fpa^ lo-tw ~ nLKVATBD UVliN bustness college And Telegraph Institute! This is the rM<'!stt'i-iK<«''i/ end th''ronRh Commercial College in the SUtes. Ithos been estobUshed twelve years, and has secured an unpanllcled 'repulatroa for practical and thorough insixucUoD. PENHAXHHIP. We can »ifely say. that no institution in the world has prt-tduced more first class penmen than the Buf-fUoCoUege. ppqi^.i^pppjjjQ. Every variety of Single and Doable Entry is taught, fW)m the most simple to the most eomplica.ed. The School is sraded; consisting of Primary. Iheoretieal and Practical DepartmenU. The PracUcal depart* mentis tuemost perf4it ayatemto be foUn^diatbo fl[.\THE!nATIC8. Thorough lniitP?c«lonU given in Commercial Arith Dictie &Qd the higher mathematics, when desired. COniHERCIAL 1.4 W. Pupila become ftantUHr with the Law cf Partner ¿lip. Agency, Contracts, Commercial Papef^, te., kc. TELEGRAPHING. i Thla department la fitted np in the noM complete ■tyle, and U in everV mpeet efnal, tf sot niperto.ta uy insUtate 11 the IIMm. «CiiOLASVHn!«.. flehoUnhiplMMedta «hto cettejie witlkece«^ epy length ofttme t> rorty-ljtfct Scthe'ciMta. Idilli ll|W »ttnäH thoress. It had been the object of her life to ascend the ladder of fame. And '.le had succeeded in her efforts—had .•«tood^n the^;op-mo8fe-i-ound, and-listen ed to the applause of multitudes upon nullitude.s, but the echo of their voices jjave her not the peace she anticipated, ind she often retired from them to the solitude of her own chamber, and pressing her hand over her heart, she would wearily exclaim "So Tired"! So Tired M "So Tired'n She was a^m^^^ alroug sons, and tliree fair daughters, she had reared beside that now desolate hearth. The eldest son, and the daughters were sleeping beneath the clods of the valley. Two were prosperous amid the wealth of a thriving metrópolis. One was a rising politician —and . the other was hoarding up tiesures in the mines of Kansas. She láíl boen to thom a Itind and indt mother—and yet five j ears have elaps e(l since they have iChtèjrëd her home, and she is not remembered by one of them Oil this her TOth birth day with as much as aline to say 'Dear mother I love you". No wonder from the fulness of hér heart she exclaimed 'So Tired'f No won de her aged form swayed to and fro that the tears came fa8t,as she laid her hand on thé head of hi^r dogfthe par ting gift of her youngest son) and said "Can it be that the gift is more faithfn than the gi^'er."? Poor lonely woman. Thy race is near-^ run—^Thou hast well nigh stemmed ihe tide—Thaiik God thy bark is al most ancViored on the Sabbáth Shore where the; inhabitants have never Íeít or heard the word "So Tired." BlMk Oreek-W.AlaMma. good enoujfli, what theie is of it; but ^vhy didn't you bring more?" Tliu implied acknuwledgnieut, and question, together with the anitnar."« gruut ana allítíüitS ÍOTmed^ pictore in -my-HMiid so^strikingly similar to what "l had frequently Vvitnessed in . human hogs vyho were tlie recipients of gratuitous favors and blessings from a higher source, that I felt mysolf diuwn to-wards him, and determined PifiKf ECTEKTSi—Two ponnda of niil pbftte ili irott(copporAti) diwolved in s paiKtuI of water, and potiradJuto» vault mWtj^^ tli« iormtttioif bl snlphar-f tt«<i bydf^Rvn gw for mm» time, aw «aijcMf^X^.wfl^ remove dMNreoia dwAwHI prevent in)? the Union folly restored, and inviting the Sonthern mcmltew of Congréa» to enter the mittAhisi, a rí^imünrüf ^«Ited^S^ Hhould he Bent to'püt the Soiithcra mcmberrin their placea. The Richmond J&rominer catclres the ferer, The Sittanic puddler of the national foundry grins nfl he set's the itparki Hy off from the ronM of metal that he is roanipulntinK with devilish glee in hia Aery furnace. . He.knows that they will fall cold And UfvliM, mere fl ikea of inert iron. ihit. Mr. Bteycns, Goit helpini; us. we do not intend to (tanthrongh your rolling mill and thédiiy may not be diittant when the fires of your forge will ho put out by a thunderbolt from the red right bond of Ccesnr f Tlie President Is hot likely to lie tnfiiieticied 4»y thcfie inaUgatio«^ and the publk: will treat them with the contempt .they merit. ° W« re^ producé thom merely to show thMi tlio niirit of treason and rebellion yet lurks in the Cop-perhend party^ To aooomplish its ehds It doubtless wonld use violence, if its cowardice were not greater than its miilke. My PoLicY.---Tlie. Wflisbiiigton' Ooiv respondent of the Tribuno says; With-ont the aiithority of law,President John son, aihdng his earlies strnctioh, ordered' the sale of Government railroads and .railroad running Mtock, iron and materials to an enormous amouht to Southern tnen, on credit; he directed the Quartermasters in charge to turn oyer the property, and take the puréhasers notes, payable mpnthly, up to two years; the val îhterdBtedpartlelpiint»eirtw«i»eiw. Thèejt-ercises thnMi^faottt wer» of m l«|ree»t*«nà roflUlde. ^ Ht»;friend. The body was taken to Auburn.It is surprising that the pflBoera al lowed Peet to be out of their aight a moment. Nutliing is moro coiitmpnlvMBni Si*»», among rogues in transit by railroad j »"twila^ than to attempt to-escapo by going iiito the water closet of the car in ue of the property thus liomjnally sold, to be travelling, L 'Jbut in reality given away, wasproba- and crawling through a window; and li.,.'' - " blv $200,000,000. Of course tlie notes "«»oflloerof ordinary prudence Wfould Co. jirwin as they full due, were not paid, and it permit a prisoner to be alone in iuch I I iliavuK,* AmWivs never intond(MV they should be all the exa /uv ...-uv.. .. AtttnahWsrd, thu» '»»«*••««■ ATT'r.M. T. JenlitBSk »«plea that ro.Tss*8imK«,.l K Skinner? paid. They are under protest here to have occured showing the danger of ««r'r. ori'ooii..Ste|ihenc.uressL X'l hattds; thatt:hasiiijgeniUQamitned^J^ tfl morigages on property, all in Ueb- oape was effected it Is true, but tlio re-1 Ua* Cow's Aah^"' uS^ii,lilt was certainly not one to be de» 1F. Lowdsn, sired; under llie circmstance^^ only ground of congratulation is that C. i;'. frW Poet's death iij not to be deplored as SwiM«-•• I»«» W It. Csiapbeiv much as his escape would lutve been. Jca ^ok^J' S i^Jjjj^mat PeneTerance WiU Do- co»o»«sv a' a During the first year of the existence « arge pa i f; m part has changed liamis; and the l^italance of which is naed in dfliant disregard of the contract of purchase. The President refuses to permit nioceedings to coinpel payment, or to recover possession of any portion 6fltriff-innnense~amouut-of_iWpjibliiL propertyT^ to searcli for those elements, which frequently elevate dogs, cats, horses, cattle, and birds into friends and pets of human beings. So, stooping gently in front of the emply^swilFpaii; my eh^ beamlng_witii apprt^^^^^ "ay present, and n broad charity and love for all livlij^ things, I said, "good P'ffg'e," the^anirnal did not look up, at the compliment, but' endorsed it with a grunt. Taking new feouruge at tliis^ condescension on his part, I laid iny hand gei^ly on his head near where the organ of approbativenesst ought to bo hicatedi and stiid "swetît jjiggie." - He reiipimded to—tlils—by thrusting hia mudrly shoulders against my "clean pants,"'for the expected scratch." Tliis was more than I could (¡ndure, and seeing that my motives had been tniscoiistrued and my compliments wasted, I changetl my policy" and snatching up the pail, struck him blow across the "finely chiseled nosp," and in a clear tenpr voice, ex claimed, '[Whee you dirty^^m^ ^ a step, lor)ked at me devilishly Jhrougl his twinkling.half-shuteyes, and,appar antly Oiiistruing my sudden change of address in|p a second invitiStioii to ea*7 made a rusii for the swill pail, the path to which lay direcily bclween the »egs ofrny*'clëâïrpaiil^"' T next instant I wàâ astride of the pjg, with my iface turn ed to that portion which Noah cursed my left hand holding fast to tlie tin pail, into which piggie had thrust iiia long long nose, while my hand was gined to th^t member of the brute^s body w;hich old fogies pronounce totally de» pravèd,> so far as regards it« cpnver-siou into a fir8t-cl9*88 whistle. In this way we "rode and we can; like the Scottish chiefs who chasef 'young Lord Lochinvar,^' untiHhc bail of the swill pail gave out,and my charger slipping from undei' hia load,left me with a audden change of base in the muddiest corner of comer of the pasture. Arrest of the Oil Tank Incandiariei-A applied at the rooma for "emDloyment". I 0. V. BosniaÍM, She had walked from 125th ¿treet iJ^»^^^ W. P, Angel, reviewiag th«hi«llnr ¿TMctbo-dlsmaad payiitg it a fflôwliif áad ImrniM tribute, WM wamlf »pptoadél hf Hit iMrtMd and. Rev. Qcnttemea prsHiir, aad wa tli&Uc Mghly aiiprecUtsd by tb« mün waHwce. In ooBcrofloo of Ite Mrvicw » MlmipUaB family connections. ^ ^ . The fifflcers, with their charge, took ™Jr TV*the 5:30 train for Anboro VMm<mtnm «M,morning. The woman above referred accornpanied them,.and as we are ftjrmed, was permitted to hold quiter^ long-conversation with tliepriiioner, in the conrse of which he handed lier his watch and over fifty dollars in money. After the trail! had passed Oanadaigua, Peet asked permission to go into the water cioset, which was granted,-his custbdians neglecting the precaution of going with him. He did not return and at length his long seclusion Co*"«®, i^n« «P fcsfew tWexcited attention, and one of the offi- ««V^*'«» ^ *-----cers went to see what bad become of P®®** him. \yTien the door was opened »horrible sight presented itself. The w.Vo.Lyo« isits.fltw ikfloor was covered with blood, SSSiLf*' mPeet was discovered witit his throat issi«.«,isnpr 1»cut from ear to ear. He was already numeromf other analUr akmis^ H W at tbo poiiit of death and Jived but » 0QnMentiy«qMcl«ltiMit Um tafaitripCloft for few minutes longer. - The instrament|oteMiandAlleRaoy, wiQUWo^tiip to at with which he committed self-distruc- ^Ich rswlt «111 bi cImmc«k.tioYilVi»^ razor, which is stTpposed to H'^lcot thewellkwfwii libnalftj of <h« ps». have been furnished him by his female 'Head Centre" the Eingleadár. When I arose my "clean pant«" and birllHlay bat were so demoralized that my own siater did not know thetn. But I have tbe proud Bftisfactipn of wringing tlie worldly ambition out of that pig^H tail forever. Prcyibus to its UM aa a bndle.rein th that despcratje cavaliry raid," it has always been chaf-acteriaedbyairain dotibled and twiat-ed. ««godly »'kft^^ jvhidi nMfiiônéï were arrested Friday at Shaffer a^^^ bioiigiit to tills dry for safe keeping until they can have a formal examination. Among then are .Tohn Keoiigh, Cvros Butjif. Jack Anderson, Bob Henry and Pat Coagrovc. The names of thii remaining four are not yet re-popted. Keough is the Head Centre of tlie FeniariTJi^tli^liwd at^^^S Iff said to hiiVe t TÍí^r^rdFra^lírrstt It would have been a good deal better if he hiid rxpende ! his military énthiu siasm on Campo Dello—Jt^usut/^e Her' aid. ...............----------; Tax Bedttotion <¿$75.0(Kn(l|(^ The Ways and Means Committee have made a carefuPestimiite of the pcobaWe^rediictioii of-taxes^undW tiie T ^ érdiffive rkUlian of dollar». Among the reauótions are the follow ing: Boots and-shoes . ..,. ¿ .. i$4¿40(h000 Sheathing andy^ellow metal. 700,000 Cjothijig ^^ 1,000,000 Incoíñé lux............... 20,000,000 Pig iron...............;. 2,000,000 Paper, books, &c.......... 2,012,000 Crude petreloum.. ^.....,; 2,000,000 Slaughtered animals......1^300,000 Preiglits................. 4,850,000 Tobacco..... 150,000 Geo^eral tax............. .12,000,^ Óbt of the $20,000,000 reduction in, the income tax |l 7,00-;),000 results from the atMilition pf^lhe ten pec Cijiit taxott sun^ exceeditig The new law puts tíie income tax at á uniform rate of five per-cent. inckmoiaky fireü uf bikouainok.-ttike citizens of Binghamtpn during the past week have been engagetl in ferreting outtbe>inóéndÍaries who have occa»ioii-edS the destruction of so much pró^rly during the past eight montl|s, and Justice DuTlEee,.lia9-held •!Jaiiiea DeLaiiy, Jerurjie Dean, Martin Murphy^ Fred Wentz, Ebeneezt'fJIvEtéoy, all youhg irtén for trial at the next teriiii of ooari The exarnii)itioii;<|i!ji?#)|i^ aadrec)c^ ofgaiM«ition.fur the de-Htrcction of priiperty,, - . ' -^vertti of the b<»ys aiñ» cowected wi]^ tfie^i^twiit^ r::; Joifiide of» Mordant la thè Can. Connecticttt Rinir ^m^khg-;- Co,, Hartford, Conn.—!*«, inUatí^; vig. vmn o» m horse, lîog^ abeepfc aad «itH^ I <m right—otî right «nd, «m^ femaTe^ fino—left »»nd, 1, pórtraté of Wasliiiigi' «tOMttn.O.O.LMa fw i us r.L.Slawidi » onriciai« liehsrd W«tck (kcphés Welch. fíen, tw Winter' Wie. H. «Miai, R. N. Bogsi». Itm. Comer, H. I. J0ÍIM a C. Hprlngtf, Artiiar How«, HenfêiiMr lAïaH Okaa AUsfMy, Saîeotwili« lliMilal« _ Myhtae rstrtrrosMrti Bsiidkinb Illie«tt«ilii Itsti4olpti KMicottTlll» Little Valley -«wshiM- Uniort, a youtìg and friendless or-1 cou in. luv phan gii 1, scarcely sixteen years of age, 8. & Marab, Thos. KdgeitcNi,want of^the Since the desfTuchon of Hailey & f^re, and expecteito retînTiu the Co.'s oil tanks at S iaffer by an incen- sa^o manner; but the old maxim diary mob, a detective police luve ^^ved true in her wae, "that God been d.l.gentlyjmployed in the work .elps those who try to help thqiaselv, otferreting out^h^^uilty TîêtW~shë left the offiw, she aK,ri.'Su|t of their investigations nine' xasiar"»- Cosewanico NaooH Terksjbljpe Edy villi 8tMualMT«k IsJifft Napoli BìamM» Ellic«ttv.ll« HelMWBMa iackM Hécktaa Littfe Valley AliegMy OlesB UlMdale DejrtMS l^ttlëVeîÎey office, temporary employment with a lady who resides a short distance from her home. After filling the place to the ! entire satisfaction ofUie lady, she re- 8 K Mtnh, . ftsrmBa«sra>ji.Trra«. InCoiiokbss. HVa»A._ ,8ratb8ufatb. WtBessiM, ìiskii'tat-Abim, Arthur HiiteM lia, ------^T. Wm,Utyt*.C ÏCToplliÎ^ ^ATS AssBssea Nam«! If Alila.-_______ Ctt. Coca* or ArrsiULfi««.. p a Jinms^ Fmiklfattlls Psasaa turned to the línion much encouraged passed, •ente«-treason loi TheLoir-hégmhtun UU» 11,4 oveii,knoxvwa8 open -to women. She I lieso&n dtÎurini"lïkr jSj^^ prpfeMeiLberself wiUin^ to act upon via and other leadmfr vebela haw« Ibr.^ Miyjidvice given her at the Union, »„d ^t^^i^i^j,^^^^ the next morning entered upon her be held itifamw l^vw. It i new duties. Less than a year Iiaa Lvideät that Preaideot Johasoû*« lor-elapsed since that time, and the orphan „er co-laborera in Tennesase atilt hold girl who could not pay her tare m the to the opinion that «treaBoa aboidd to cars, is maintaining herself nandsomly | reii(]ert>d odious." by her trade, and challenges any andj- . ^ ——=—e»e- ..........m.-'^. , : all the male employeen in the establish- Vautabu n Famobs.—Tbe leaTasi ^ ment to set more type that she can in of tbe sldnr, if strewn among com «r a day. ptber grain wbcta it ia pat iato tbe bin. 'mtteiûiéàstruction reported by ii^C^mnMX^^^^fteen. if. Legiilature has, rÌiltoÌÌS^^t^^^ believe, taken every action demand«^by^batplan;except-tbe lbrmal ratifr ^cation of tbe proposed coiistitiitioiial amendment, which will undoitbtWiy bo dpne as soon aa the plan is adopted I f*^by Congreu and the amendment iuni-j|^ w ^ » -ished in form for ratification. Tbare are ,n - ' some respects in wbicb tbia pro-{ U ia beooauiif » «MtiKiÉf gressive State baa gotto even btyoad ooMplaial; tìàilm, mmt^-the moft stringent reqaireneiita of|ai«am%Miror the bills reported by tbe Beeouatnc- «P«« tbafrocnl «T 1mm tion Committee. ° — [ia btrt iiig^tern New York currency except at a ^ »'l^t J? - — -quarter per cent, discount ItiaprettyJSl J^ ^ia SK^sUnat^ beldby jlwra. T^ i«n»iBty a»d^ tha fflsStàlIl*late the notesT The notea.^ Statai«*^ baiikt (this State wamean to Iw undet ■14 stopd as referí to) wiU bt aagttod after tlie 6rst of July ai^ npw. albetl they' wiU be very acarce. Bnt tbe iioteaojrbankatocated in otber. SUtea than Ihis, are, at tti« present tin^» manyp^ tbem, iiot worth tbe- pa^r tbeyare pi^intf^d on» aad <o«c'raadeira wonld do weli ta.a4v«taa«aii^refulty» iií ^act, refase allofetber, fbé baillc note^vf.other^^t^«- : : í ^ . 13». Ußwrn^'^imii^^m-im'^X mising^ ^A^risoneHii^thej« r,~~Tmcom .. . ___________ í'wateí^all.''_E*etafterwarda ritntwK ffiam«tHipIIrom_ Corning, waa iiho,t ía aifraya eie^aal, ñá máy b* fncty ded eartíiward, lifeless^ and anaspi- dead by a tnrnkey, while the former «■•d 1« vattlu jad^Mott ^ílciát^- jiiif-«a-a Usuted^^xtract-oMret-diab- ^ _ ' ékwi^ - from confinement to|riil«\fHtlh Ibi IMflÜ» lèyUanaîwoiitdlte ready lôr ftavigst^Ññ j l5th~probab{y tíTSít Xcrria aemíT daya aooner. Tbá canal Ja »I vertiaa^l to •• tbaffttb inát Pant «f lili Éí^íi* ;