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Angelica Reporter (Newspaper) - October 17, 1866, Angelica, New York .- i ' í . / _ ,. C. a. .W. DICKINSON, EdiWs Md Proprietors, la all CM«« whane pkyment U for more than thr«« moathH.ifirtyUonts MdUlobal «111 be cbargoa We hiiTfl » Urge «nd cotnpleto asKortmont of plain luid «Kcsellent prt>(MeKf and «re prepa-f^M lni!|<l llandR>t|l4. lai^ oases, b<>o)(s clronUre, cardfl, Ikad int mt alinpat all Unds orpl,uu uud fancy printing, ne»^ prompt, aud^^ap. VOL. XXX: HO. 14. ANGELICA, N. Y., WEDNESDAY, OCTJT, 18G6. (íkoímga, ». T.) ^«.W.DIcfcl»«®**'Hornellsville ^'asitifaiice jl^atcij^J TIIK LARGEST IN ^'FStBRN NEW YORK, Represcnti£ii;oTcV 827,000,000 FIR E rNSÜIlANCE - Angelica, N. Y . Jíilfili American ìnsurniice Co. ilLj--------- / CASH ASSETS.....$731,653,57. ! 4 '!A«fftlc Insuranco Ccmpany*^- -jif ■ . .New York City. «CASH ASSidlTS.....t593,973.t9. n. iLL.OVD, Agent, r. S,>~'llie iasared may parlicipato in net profir. l.'iOStf Aogelica^ July 3,1866. : l^ftORNEY ANDC0UNS=L10R :■ ...y .. AT, LAW,'. ABveiicai, AI i cga n y i on iity, N. V. Olilce-'Firpt Door Kaet of Baptist Churah. 8 A M B or, T O N, PASHIONABLB'BAllBRR . ■ - ■ ■ ■ AND H AIR D R E S S E R, ¿"Iwl Door Weat of Rfporter Office, Angelica. J. H. Eggleston. ,, Wfttob Mak)3r and Jeweler, and dealer iiall kioda of Clocks. VVatcbcs, and Jewiiiry RefwiHaR done on Bhort notice and reu-MSiable terms. SngoncWFeSFl.5. 18(14; ^fssm Dr. GrP Carver. DENTIST 'Dental rooms over the ptoro of 8. N. Bennett J: Co. MP ifmith PiivtS' Block, Angelica. ^ JCtT 1 have no pMtner. p E N B I O N "^OUNTIES, and Jac]|LJiay^ptoc»Fed^ b^-Jj-the-Bwbscnbtnr: . Angelica, N. v., 18C4. 14«U( DR. H. B, GORTON. r..., • Friendship. N. Y. 1^20 P. M. FISH, 'BX.A.OKSMI'm, '. »tjqrnerof Main and Olcan street, oppo-^ utt« UatUbun'fi Hotel, where ull kinds •r BlaekH.mrtliing will be done on tbo ibortest notice, and most reasonable ter;ns— «Dd ttorViJ Wd"t>X"^lroe™ "a sapeflbr tiitianner. ■ : - , ' ALSO, Manufacturer of Carriagefi, Bug-v-^ie», Wag^ .tc.; and repairing dine on iliort rintice—one door south of the Black •mith Shop, on 01 an streut. Angelica, N. Y. 13S5tf BW DRV GOODS just arrived at A. LOCKHART A. ^WE SILVER urn. C "____ "More Durable, r^ ~ " ~ More Elastic More G-raceful! And w-lll lceei> it w iSlinpe and retain Its Plneo Ijottei* ttian ^^ f . any otlier f^Mi't. - This new an l licantiful style of Sldrt (Piitonf-,«d March 7, 180G) 'una awnrdftl li.y the (irt-at i 'Ame^icaa Institute Fair held in New York, October, 18G.S. a SILVER 31EDAL! The highest prQmium ever given for a . Hoop Shiri, .The Steel Springs ftre wonnd with a fine jilated wiw. (in |iliii;e >»f a cotton cdverinj];) which will not In all my «nftfíeHaga m'i'é (Im world of care, In all ray gtiefsi—anil God ha« given my ahiire, __________................had. hopes Jay -crfi^rnr-^-" vTÍtfiíi Tîîirtfririî ôî a/..» írt, ¿n ^uiua, Ij.iruoru,........í,4o.>.HU To husband out life's taper at the doEC, And iicep the frame Prom wnsting, by i«n6tiej I still h.i(l hope, for pride nttetids ns stili. fflrrtrrt Home, New York,______ ..8,5%.674.14 Ins.Co., N. Amfit. Phil,,..i,731,U00,0a Plioonix, New Yolk,.....1,063,102.72 Si'eurily, Now York,.... .1.082.860,24 Uitrtfonl, Ilarffoiil,______1,5851,163,«2 Lornlliird, N<'w York,... . 1,402,081,13 Home, New Havoii,_____ .1,000,000,00 ItitiMnationiil, N Y.,..... l,OOO.OOa,(TO Phojiiix,,....... g,=»lo00,00 Metrci^mtiih, Y.,_________,012,811,18 Putiiarii, HarffV)S-.i,..... :r 544^4.^5.01 N. Amer'ci», H 500,000,00 Yonkors & N. York, N: Y. 500,0,00.00 City Fire, Hartford, 440,05 i,T2 Travol«?rft''Hiu tfoid—Aeci- dtmtal................ 000.000,00 New York Life,......... 5.000,000 00 Partioa desiring RELIABLE insurnnce, iat equitable rates, will find It to thefr advantage to apply at this Agency before Insuring or renewing their policies elsewbvro. f CRANE, COYE & YOUNG, Agt's. C. H. Yonxo, W. O. Covr, N M Ckase. J D. MAHDEVILIE & SONS. GENERAL INSURANCE AGENCY. LIFE, FIRE AND ACXJIDENTAL. Assets over. • • ^. • • • ® Aasets of Cumpnnlcs t ■ . „ Homo Fire Insurance Go., li. V.........;$ii,G98.C61 U Metropolitan •• " ......... 48 Ina. Co. of N. America, Pn........... Niagara Fire Ins Co., N. Y......... Manhattan " (Jerniania " " ......... Arctic " . I* International •< " Market "" Mutual Ben. I-ifo Ins. Co . Kquitatilc Lll'ti Insnranco" Co........... .New York Acci"!ental____ l.TitlJHii) 00 1,';>50.0ii0 00 1,078.414 40-7l8,6W;i2 l,548.34i-G!t 1,5:}J,H87 00 fil4,10I 18 J .!i48,fiÍ8 43 :t9u.4nt 00 N. J......... .- 9.184,fiW (10 1,r,49.481; 0« •i!.")(),0(:l( 00 Totai. AssrTM, i2r,..'5'ilt,19;5 r.7 ffB'Insnranco paoniptly pfTcotcd hy mail or otlicr-wiKo in any of tlu! ahi)V(! cornpanicfi on all liindH of 4JtQperlyi_Hic_mpini)t u>ljuHtnicnt of Lo.s.sos a speciality with <is. —r----• _..... ii'a=.'Vll comniunlcationf! promptly aTtClidcrt to.' OFFICKINTUE TOWN HAM,. UNION' STUICET, OLI:AN, N. V. J. D. MASDi:viI.I.K, n. MAVI>r'vit,LK, J. Ji.' NvNr>i:vii.i.K, 'BUSINESS COLLEGE ' And Teleg^raph Institute ! This is tup moRtr'mr.'if it/ and IUtouhIi romniorciul ColleRi-ill tiie Statu.s., It h;|s Ix c u i^tal)< (l twi lv»' jears, ami h'as si-iyni'd un lunianillflcd rupatatimi U»-practical anil thnnm^'h inBU uotion. . S'i;.\ >i\\Miii». We can uaicly ¡«ay. that no ivstitiitioii in tho vi.rld has proiliiced ni<\rc lln-t, iJass-pi'iinu-n- than thi» J ______________ __________________„ „ Evprj-variety of Siti^'l.- anil Ounl>lc lùitry is taiuTht, from tlin most slniji:!! til tin; iiiost coinplira: ( d. Tlie School i« u'raded; cDnMistinh'of I'rimary, 'Ihcuri-ticiil and Practical Ociiaitnn'nt.H. Tlio. Practical department is the juoat i>crfcct ifyHf»;m to lie found iu the world. 31 VTHKi»I/\TICS. ThoroiiKh lirstrttcllmrìfi-gh'rtt-itt trrrMriierci-al Arithmetic and the hi({h(!r mathematic«. when dcsn-cd. COiiilKIttlAL I.WV. P»4|)ils become faTniliar with the Law cf I'artncr-Hhip, Agency, Contract», Comiiiercial l'apcr, >Vc-, &c, "'^T^ÈÌ^ìMaCi." ■ " " " " ■ Thla department is lltted np in the most comi)Ic t style, and is in every respcct equal, if not anpcrior ,t any inbliflltc Ì i the Urited States. SCUÒLA RsilllFS. Scholarship is.sucd hi this Collow will be Rood for any fenKth uf time in Forty-eifiht Oollcses, ccmipri.'i-. ing the Chain. I' lr fnrther ii-.formation address DUYA.NT Al STUATXON, Uutfaio. N, Y. April, 11 180«. ly: Amidst thcxwninato short' n-y book-íenrn'd skill Around my fire an evening group to draw. Antltcllofnlll fi-lt andnjll finw; And a.s n hare, whom honndBnnil hort.s pursue, Pnnt«» to thopliTce from whenct* «t llr<?t she Hew, I ijtill.hiul hopcR, mylonfr vexutlonRpnst. Here to rcturn-vniitl tlie at home at last. —-,-------- Stanza. TnnicE happy man who ownit sn honetit heart. And hoiicBt thourflita to match, ani honest hnnds, And Btrivcs to Rnidc hls.bark tho' rude wlndB blow^ OIoih; to thu dlctateii of their puro domand» : :\Vho rend-rs Jn..tio,. to blu follotr man, And «corpfi an ovort net in deed sud lootj His days aro onca ot endlcss bliss to «can, Hìb iilghtà pf ri!8t, liis futuro ali uubroko. E. REMINGTON & SONS, AIT ACT^UFJtS REVOLVERS. RIFLES, Musketsi and C.-^rbine.s, Fot the United States Service. Alio. POCKET AND &ELT REVOLVERS, IlopcatlnK I»lHtols, /IIFIK CAyES; ¡{KVOLVIST. ntFl.FS niflc fc ShotOiui Barrels, k Onn .Materials, Reiineral-ly. Sold by Gun Dealers and the Trade throughout thecunntry, In these days of House Breaking and Robbery every House, Storej Bank, and Office should have one of EEMINGTON'S REVOLVERS. Circulars containins cuts and description of our Arms will be furuish<;d t pan application. E. REMINOTON A: SOX.S, lllon, N. Y. ' SIoCBii A; NtrHow, Aicents, We worked ti)^f'tlici' In flie dark blacksmith's shop,, Ilank and I, lie was a gveat broad-shouldt'icd young' iellow, bi:ilt like a Ilercule.s—I, despilc my toil, slender and fair, and never over strong. Hank made that his inock, nntil.I had rather have worn the skin of a blackamoor than the pink and wiiito coniplexion Inherited from my -English -¡ijifl-by-birth, anfl gave me with her coloritig-her b|uo eyea. 1 could j ust l emember them watching the sea for the sliip that never came, that never Cunld comc ; for itliiul gone dmvtrorV ihe-4^ennu4iis with niy i^ithm-on its dock, one »tornvyuightj long moiilhs bt'lbre. Wlien they broke the new.s to ber, my mother died, and I saw htM- in tlie ciifiin witli a little sistci' who had never lived, in her white arms The })ictuie used to come back tonie often, in iry sleep, long after I was a jnaii. - ------------—------ " - ^ Then, and when Ilaiik mqclu^i^Tiit?r and wlien all the world seemed wretched and cold as the stormy-winter day« we had so many of npon the Maine coast, I "u.sed to find my way to the gieat kitchen fire, to comfoi;t myself by taking a look at th(; sweet lace of Het-•.liiiill, my mastei's daughter. There was always a toifch of suiiliglit tiiere, however dark the day aiul my soul was. When it came upon me that no one caied fur me ill all Xhe world—that I Ikh] iicitii(,T tiiUier mother nor sister— and all Uir strange, smothered hopes 1 had oi" being learned, and great, ai.d being soiiietiiing.more than a mere drudge ma ie me hate the forge—I jiad but to talk awliiie wrtli Hetabell, and T found that at leaiit one had some love lor me ^he loved everyihing and was to sim-pie to hide it. .....................- ; _ .•^iie never had a niother since her babyhood any more jhan I, and she tlid the hutiselKild work witii her own wldle. hands. Whatever there was of com-I'orl, or neatness, or pretiiness in the liouse, was brought around by bee, and she was never in the sulks Or in a temper. . Singing over a cross fire that would not btun—singing f)ver the tub on was'iing-tlay—singing at her sewing in tlie alternoon—it wasae sweet to hear her as a bird ; though, after all the tunes wore just the sitnplc tynes that every one knew, and she had never learnt the grace of llirill or quaver. Hank, with his great advantage of superior strength, had another over me. Down in the village lived a rich uncle ol his—a butcher—near upon seventy years of age, tind a bachelor. All he had would come to Hai.k some day,and theiTTie would buy as big a farfii as there was to bo bought, and marry whom h.e chose. They Ihought a great dealjuLiiM>tiey_in t^-atjia!^^^ and Hank knew it. For me who had been brought up by the blacksmith, out of charity, who had no wealthy kin, or any hope offortune, the neighboring farmers felt a kind ot I have horn it a long while now., Jhit ilicrc is a point no niun <ian paaa. Yon ^HOLE NO. 1522 I .te-JÂÏÂS?«'*-^ _ i_ng~r)u t. iiel fí)Ííotv<í<l -íñov , „ : • „ - ; •.'ticckouIcante1l,"Jm said, "Init know that's como, IkHiy,a3 well it % ntMise. Hetty belongs to another can toll you.'' , "1 know Hank is ahrute," she said. dcd. She benl her head. "I am surO fathef likedyou," sht} said. "He used to like me," said I,; "p(?r-hapa he might stiU weroI notinllank'tj w^a.v/r '^In his way?" "Yes, Uetly. He is willing to give y{>u to him, or rather to the butcher's money, and he knows I want you fof mysell." LbtinLovetJier—l.couíd-not-K(;eIicr-—14blt-tt-»htuUler—iniít-ihi-ough—niy^ eyes, for the lashes shaded tlieni ; But I saw thu color tm . her round check deepen, and took heart. "Yes, Hetty," ' I said ; "I do want you. You are the A, one thing worth having in the world; t can't let Hank have it all his own way without a word, Caii you love me just a little lietty?" "I always have liked you, Jan," she saitl ditidaiii, and my master himself, cou-temptuous pity. As soon should tlie beggar at the gate think of wooing Ilet-abellas l, his bound apprentice. It never entered his mind. But when he had had a little more ale than usual <»f a Saturday night, he was in the habit of eoupUng- H:mk-'s—intme—\vttli- his daughter's, and bringing the blushes to her face by talking oi the great wed ding they sljould have when she a'nd some one not far away stepped off. It used to make iny blood boil to ^^es/.jiSj'^";........T';: - I put my arm around her wsist and kissed her. She was very shy >bout it, but, for .-ill tliati, she did not hinder me. Then 1 said r "I am going far away, Hetty--1 am going^to make a man and a gtmtlemiin of myself. It may be years before I comti.back able to claim.yoTi^ but you'll wait for ine darling, won't you ? and kQ«rl"roni you^^- K make me strong enough to ilght the fight out, da'riing?" "I'll never forget you," sho answered, %'ind ril be very gfad to write, Jan." Then she liogan tti weep. "It will be h)ncsomo when ytiu are gone," and I took her in iny arms again. IJ I had always worn my mother's wedding ring sinee 1 grow old eiiongh tp have it given to mo. Now I took it oflT my finger aitd slipped it on hers, kiss-ins? finger aiid ring toirether. 'G(jd bless you, Hetabell," I said, "and bring the time whei^ shaiLcalL yoif-\vifo."-r—-^------- Wo parted that night. She came to the gate witji me atjd watclted mo in the moonlight out of sight. I left a respcctful note to my inastcr; and had not wronged him of a pennyworth of work, for week's wages wci e di:e, I had my little savings in my pocket, my wardrohe in a bnndle over my lotilder, and I thon/>ht, as I trudged along, of (listinguished men of whom 1 hiitl r«ttd wlrrr harl lieg trn lifiir usr^ huiiK bly.- ..........-- .....^ .............- There is sonictUvug in this world worth hiivinj:, 1 thought, liesides llesh and muscle. There is a use for brains «(jnjewhere, if there was none at the .smithy. ________ And I kept on with a strong heart and great hopes to which otdy a boy's heart can give birth, until I .saw- the fools and slceples ihtr ciT^y, ifiid heard at last the strange soiind of feet aiid wheels and machinery which seemed tliirbi-a ting of iis nuuister heart. Perlntps had 1 known 'vhat lay before me 1 siunild have turned back and soughl'sonie other country forge and prayed to labor there ; bnt i^ll the wea-ty conflict shone in the fiitui;e, gilt by llojie, on that day. Soon. I began to realize how hard it is even to earn bread in snch a place. My little money melted like ice beneath the sun, for cHy-prices for food- and lodgiiig were enorn>oiis, to my fancy. The time came when I suffered th(> pangs of hunger and slept in the church-porch. Tlie time would have come soott when I should have slept beneath whatever ground was alotted for the/last rest of the ciiy poor, but for that white-haired old Quaker Frientl, Andrew Tlutrne. He listened to my story and said this to lue : "It is a pity any one should want ba-ead. Tt ia u-fiin-that an^^ouejiltould want it that is willing to work. Comt;' with me, my friend;and I will give thee employment.'' So, irf)m the first day the worst was over, and I wrote to Hetabell and hadii' you 1180 cirttp than a rnnawuy 'jirentice. She's my gal now." and he? utteretl an oatli, I- twiitìil .oniiiin. widiloiUvA "Liar," I said. "How dare ; that nume in such a place?" "Heckon Pvo a tight to nse it when I chooae," he «aid. "Pm to marry her next wcek. Why lo.ok; here'd the ring she gare me. Il'a too late ftjr you no\y. He stretchod out his liand and theré I saw uptm the little finger the ring I had given Hetabel, ding ring. my Mother's wed- personage frame. "The fellow lio8,<Ioc8 he notf" I asked the landlord. ' Oyer tlic glasses that sliook his wise head^ "I know it's true," ho said, "hor father told me yesterday in Hottv'ii hear-iiig;""^ ^ All of the fiend there wag within me myself to speak. • I tlaKhed out of thehouso and away into the darkness, walking.straight on, and never heeding where I went,,until, in the gray dawn, I heard a drum begin to beat, and saw before nie a little town, and on its margin a recruiting tent. ■ • \ - The war had just broken out thtin, and I, wrapped in my own hopes, had though tviM-y4itUo of-It,--but Hetabell. But when the soldier at the (lour called to mer "Step up sir, and see what bounty Uncle Sam is offering .such fine built young fellows as you,'' and I marchetl st^raight tip to bun. , _ _ me a chance of being shot," and in half ail hour I had etdisted. In a motith we were upon southern ground ready to meet the foe. % Many and many a hot battle I fought through unhaimed, while mcir whö Imiged to live fell,ahout molikc leavea of'SióKa OT Chah- .»n»eMi Ä«d JVRternnl FotTO», «nd cspc^ çially in the " humav rAéE divine." Ono JUejì.ajLLyoUmv Jieiyily^OO^««;-aiì<I /l.OOO illiistvation». By i S. R. VVei.t,8. lîdîtor PnRENOLooiéAï., JoüííVal. Trico post paid, l.^i. Address. & Wells, No. 389 Bi^oadway, N«w York. ^ , ' ' , "îfnw Physiognomy" is omînently practjcal, fully illustrated, and well suited to the wants of all. In the study of " tho Aico" the reader soon îcarné to read each and evefy feature. The noa-es are classified na tíit^ Itoitnin, fírft'k, Jewish^ Siïub and Oelestiul; The . eyes • SfAÎfaÊt Hiw tfS i£v«i71«». ' '>crt<:vd'. tkenJ&rTahm icdmnflnM : .Vw t|htM«tiout vU« gtetc, Olk «it< not, bdkm •Ul4igr»n«r Ute »Uy of if <ti«a m hr th« amttag of See, U. «M« te ««Ml ta «Ttdene« fr»m Um Iii «Mnfc 1* b« eontiamMl. in «U the eimm^^iMItieik im jWjjKni.: «14 t»tai .pn»e««dlB«t« tefm aajr «ffe^r/wir «r thereto, »ntUthN« jimwUm altar qie«lo«* AI,, •loDtn which ttbcdMi««!**. «te. «„ «Mto9¿1 ». mrt 1. nevlMd Statakf s m* Ulm «f ]M>.;i tniraso.j , ■ - .. - J cHAP.stó. — r AN ACTJn relntlon to the pAfaMM» 'Ht Umt' by InRtirAtic« contimi«» of «Hfatr^ gtoUi Amt cuuatrícs, wd thdr Agents, ? í" ' PwKKl April 2T, 1169. Orpnylt of Ihr ^tít ^ lím Tmk„ fípoak all hingiiagcH,, whether black, blue, brown or hazel. In a liko manner, cheeks, neck,' cars,' hantls, feet, walk, voici»i laugh, cto., nre tsliown to pe" signs of character." In ■ no other wtirk is .so much light thrown upon the character and destiny ofinankind as in this, or the distincti ve traits of nations and tribes_ so .dearly in autumn woods. Many and many a hard' tramp had I, half starving, over frozen ground. The hardships oirly made me hardy. Jly frame never suf-fr-red; bnt all theAvhihv in battle, on the march, or about ihe camp-fire, I thought one thing, "Hetabell is false to me." 1 It was a tune to which my heart beat night and day. I cared for nothing else. Years passed on. I arose from the rahk8--!"becaTno"aji Micei'--T was spo^ ken Tif aa-x bra vcr-manr- Fkntnr-thitt-I was Wcoward who feared life as others fear deatli. It was too terrible \6 live, w.ith my great grief, through till the (|uiet years that must como lifter tile turmoil of war waiTTtver. ' / ' If I did my duty--and I strove to always—it was no merit for nfti, as it might h.are been had she wt/fched for "my reiurn—liad love rn'StM this world blessed. ^ One night while we Were in caijip, 1 went out, as was iny'custom, to walk in the moonlight. /It was late and I had paced tip an^/do\yn ,a long while, when 1 saw a c/ouching figure .stealing behind the tents, f knqw in a moment that this was a deserter. In i,tn other I wa^ tipon him,and he lay at ijjy feet, a trembling wretch, abject in his terror. / ' ' ■ "0/have mercy. Captain," he . whined, MiMI go back^ I'il 7 <1« - n»yT^«ty^ Don't have liie shot. Only let me live. }i was that 1 was afraid of dying,'"and the .wretch shed te.nrs. ' "Do y»)u care so much for your worthless life?" I asked. . ■ ' ^^ "Ii's'the billy one I've got^^ If^eH great deal to me, Captain." I lifted my hand from his shoulder. . "Go back to your place," I said, "beware of a t?econd attempt of this kind. I warn you I'll have yoM watched. This time jou are safe. " "'rife tiling Mhk^lvrn^^^^ arose cringing^ and as the moon swept from under a cloud, I saw Hank's well known face under »«»soldier's cap. I gave a cry. Ho iitteied anothei, Atnd tvhrunk from-mc. "Stop 1" he said pbiiitedont, Fortraifs of distinguished pcfsòriX of íiíícient and-'modern tiines, \yith biographicai ekctcliea and delineation of character, are given.; I>ivines, Orators, Statesmen, Wttrrior«, Artists, Pbetjgt,: Fliiloaoplitira, Inventori^,- ~ Surgeons; Discoverers, Actors,. Mtiaicians, etc., nre included. It is an " Encyclo-prodio" of biògi-aptiy, acquainting' the reader with tho career arm characterof 1,ÒÒÓ years, and of tìic pféseut—sncíi ibr ijiistañcó/us Ariátotlé[ Julius Casar, Shakepcarp, : Á^ashington, Napoleon, FraukliiirBancrott, Bryant, Longfellow L yi'iS» .^psa tíonheur, Thepdosia Burr, Cobden, Bright, Liiwrericò, Bolivar, elieil, Hoppei rBtiekle^-Ditikei^ ria, Wefiley, CJarlylc, MotJey,Mil1, Spencer, Thnmpst/ii, Giithrie, Alexauder/and hundveds of others. Agenta wa^rted,— Book sent by return post or,express, oil reccipt of Pricoi ^ [Sept. 5tb,] The State iM M cot^ lected the present yea^^/n Cattaraugns County amouuta to $ia,42l,13. The valuation of rearand^^personal property $7,800,045; Tlie rite of taxati^^^^^^ fore is 69-10 mills per $1,00 of valuation. The ra^ of taxaUon in other counties is^f course the same. The valuatio^iiiAJlegany Connty is |8jl60, 188. /Amount to be collected, $45,391, 04. /In Ghautauqua Coiinty. ■ valuation $ 14,95S,165::-Tax $83,188,11. ... r--"T"!------—. ' A Nohi.e Act.—It is related that at the time of the sinking of tlie Linnie Drawn, a plant'r from Kentucky bound to Washington county,Arka8a8, when awakened seized his carpejt-sack containing eight thousi^nd dollars lind rushed into the cabijii, jwlierc^^^ a 4ady struggling in-the watcn—He threw away his carpet-sack and money, and seizing the lady carried her to a placelof safety. _ J^ in JStnaU mdAnemiljftd^emtmfétma; iSrxnnoN 1. Th« fnxe« on premièn» wlrfCfr «xioUn^ lawH iure rt-qulrod to pUd li^idt^l 8ttite treasury, and for the beneiti nt Wmt department« of the ncvcml cittcn? unti" fttCMti »ti-d rllluiioii ofthls6tsvt4.s on the Kebruftry^in pitch yeitr, and itU UiuM uni» wiiich now nro or herMfter «»«It' rcqttircd by" law to t>e p»idi tO'.llrt 'lMi» jicrintondetit ofth« Insurant!« Oep«rtnMnMn»ll heruartev 1« tmdon tlic finstdiiy oC Jtnmry ia each yeiir. and hlmJi li« upon iììh m^Hnm wlitcii «liìrtijwtheycATi^Tpim oftbevi^^ !ng on the preceding tlilrty-fiwt d«/ol lkwm>-' ber thnll biivo been rcrelvetl by ta^ InewWK»' company, «r by ony person «pting M Uiert>for. or for Any inciivldtinlit or wociirffcnr, of individuals, not incorpontted or «nthaited by the livwa of this State,/io effect inwweor HgalnHtiire, inland, inarme, Itfe, oisiwU^ Oif' other losses and ri«kR. or which nhult IuivkJmmi H'CL'Ivetl by nny pera^ri for aoy iudi o«iaip«qr or agent, or tihall h^ve been ngreed to fie |iékt foi «tjy Irmorana^ffected otagtwd to be cfl^ ted or procnred/by such company'orngcfit, òr nigninjt lire, intitnd, initritic. other rì»U», ¿Ìlhòn'fili'siicU còmpwlè«, MMiiii^' tious nr individuals may Iw iucorporated^or authorize for lh«t purpose by my oth»r Mri*. or country. l - § 2/ 'lliisactRltall takeeffecl iuwftSaelir. /-^rÀTR OP STew Yonit, | * certify thiit the rsanìò"!« â "ööWert trniÌKiIpt therefrom tiud of the whole ol «ùd 0ri|EÌ«al law. FRANCIS C. MARDOW, Secretary of Stito, LAWS OF NEW VOKK-By Authority. A liiJNATic's pAnAWSE'-^A man was aricflted in a tomato-patch near Milwaukee, UK, Tuesday, avIio was eating tomatoes voraciously. . He declared that he was in Paradise, and on inti-inate-terms >vith the Lf)rd,~ -wh» had committed the keys of lieavun into his hands. He invited passers by to cohie juto tlie garden and partake pi the fruit "which Adam and Eve Imd prepared for him. He said ho was their honored gtiest. Tlurmart was insane. ---- ----------I* lll'i'l I • ........................ A Bread'and-Butter candidate for i!ongr«ss put-W^ in_a- jspeech, announced Gen. Crrant as a sopporter of the Johnson Policy,.and to prov» it, prodticed a letter from one Gen. Hill-yerto that effect. Gen. Grant heaiVI of llilIyer's statenient and indignantly Tvrbte to him sayingr'^YOUTiOTt Ko~irAV LIVING IS AUTHORIZED TO SPEAK FOB MB IN POUTICAL MATTERS, AND I ASK TOU TO DE-^ alST IN THE FUXCKE." Gcii, Gt a^ nished a copy Of his letter to Hijlycr, lEvery law, unlet» a different time •hull bv nrewcrib«! therein, rijull comuiOTcy i>d_tiA» tf-fcTl fíIfóOsfiíSt «Mí Slat«, on and so« bf^fett the twentieth day aftér the dn^ of lti find piit»^ «.i^e, OS certified by the Secretary of St«te.~ Sec 12, title 4, chap. T, p:irt 17 Iteviaed W} [Every law so pablished in the Stat* Bh^, mny be read in cvidcno& irom the_jüi!tr. ia _ which it shiill 1)6 contained, in all the eowtvef justice ill thin State, and in all proceedhm Ink fore any officer, body or boanl. Ilk ^hKH it shall Ü0 thought necciaary to refer then!», til three month« after tho cIom of lb* wmiom in which it liecamo a law. Sec. 9, illl» 7* . chap. 8, part l, IlevÍ8C-d Stotut««, udlMm«« 1845, chap. 280.] • ' ■ CttAi! 784- ' AN-AGT to amcnd-sectiott -«¡ven Of cbH^«^-three hundred and sitty-two of th« Uv of •An,ju:tin relation to proceedinga In _'tiir-rogiitcB' courts, nnd too the fees of gate», and tho coiupcnsation of cMcalón' and administrators, and to atilerk for «mogates.* pa Fed May eccond, cight«ett bandicá and uixty-three; . - íi Pas.scd April 24, 18GG; thilé-flfUtf Mb^ present. _ - - ' - • TlaptopUofAht Sínlex/JfietíJmikt ^titimiwULM_: Scnale awl AtteviMy, do entd tufMmi ■ Section-»! . 'llio seventh «ectrna of m act entitled 'An act in relation to proowdliiVI. fal surro;;nteB. courts, and to .tho feca of »otrAt>V and the compensation cxocutcn and' acImBÍlF' iraior», »nd to a clerk for »»ttogfuféf,' jrnmd MayRCcond, eighteen hundred and 8txt7-tbrae,> is hcrclt)* nmcmlcd üo as to read as follow«.'-. ¡ § 7. Inf nU cases where the inventor of piay eonal property; of any testator or inl«lteti, tilled in the oflkc of the surro^.i te.diatl not CX-' ceed the sum ofonethoumod dolían, M fiitf forony ficrviccdontrorTwrfcrnjpf bf tllO'Mr* ,rogateschai;g:cfi toorrcixlved froa( tim «aoco»' tor or adminiijtrator; and if tbo petitkMi ^ letters testamentary or of adcnfiTtMratio« riMl: allefiu ilmt in tho belief of tho petitioner/ tb* sitid inventory will not exceed in amount^Uio fium aforesaid, no fees shall be teoelved vki^ it appears from the said inventory, wbeti fll|id, tliat the personal property do^. not. tsoila^. that sum; and in all cose» of the apfKiiiMUaMtt of prtiardtans, when it shall appear thai Iba application _Í3 madü for-the parpoiie- «f-aB>- -nblitiii; the jninor or minont to recdv« bowi^ arrears of pay, or prize money, or peiHkm dee, or other dues Ol gratuity from the Federal or State guvemment, for the service of tbe UaMid Stites, no.Burrog.^te's fees shall be receieed. . .. y § 2. This fact «hall take effect Irtilneihlely^ T.rtKOrliEWYoHK. 1 "^^fllccBocp^t^yy'''•y.'.". ' .* .* . .'.......^ I faavo compared ttw pnK^ng wIAk ilM OMIIW law OD file in thla offlt«, and do iioniqr«aHi<|'JI»l tnaMmoisacorrccttraQMrli>t tkersllrMa whoU orMidoritfinallaw. . PiNfuri.ATi ScrmrtTm' — A fittfi. Pffi^ jrear off or become poilert, nnd the wliole Skin jioajr be washed without injury or fear of rusting, vand will bo 08 good as new. mar, 21. 'AV)4U Vuurtkniä HI.. Xcw i'ork. T^B COMBINATION SILVER SKIRT I DliCiOR 1 STRieUAIiO'S Tonic ! I This invention combines with tlie^oriliruMy-CQltflii Skirt the odvaotaKes of our SIL VER SKIRT ; tho bottom hoops are the <aine a* those usod in the Silver . Skirt, thi covering oi which cannot wear oil, while the upper ones are covered with cotton. No laay,UttV IngiJSBce. w^^^ will be willing to j^iircatany other,'as the lower hoops of all Qthcrlsinds ^ mte soon Injiired and Boiled. The best materialB are used in their ooustrucOnn, end, from their durability and neatness they are destined to J?e!pfl<ne a____________ ___________ ________ _______ -- - A FAVORITE SKIRT I Manufactured solely by tho Silveb Skibt And MOXE aiAhUFACTUniNO Co.MPAS*. June 27. 186G:lyB. 30 & 32 BAUCLAT STOÏCT, NEW YORK. -T^^peri-y, ÄupU^ An liiTcntloii of^lllare McfU! ' ' . Browo'i Patent METAL TdP LAMP CHIMNEY, THAT WtL llftT WIEII, Bums up an «aa and emoko« never breaks by putting on a ahadei j^ort; and- niot top» beaT7i i* easily cleaned by *em«7M»« top: in tjiit» tha moiVparfect ebinmey inowa -and fa fsst ettpeMwdtBir all otbeTs wbeia it baa baaa in. tvoduced. • - ihtbout tbom. MEMir CNNmEr cd^ DYSPEPSIA. DR. .STBICKLAXP'S TOXIC Is a concentrated prcpaniHon of roots ana herbs; with antiacids and carniiiia-tivoH to'ii tlir- «t^ìniaoh ajul ' nervons Ky»t»-in. It ìh a ci^rtain rem edy fordjf^pepsia or iiidisestion, nervousness, lonf of appetife. acidity"of tlie i-tiiliiai:h, ltatulcncj-~nn(t7debil. Ity. It is not alcoholic, therefore particiilarly suited for weak, n<;rvou8 and dyspeptic jicrsons. For salo by all DruKsisti« cverj where at $I per bottle, jan" ly-71(16 , DR. STRlCKLAtlFS MELLIFLUOUS Cough no JMorei GouglrBalsam , Is warranted to be tli-Qonly pr< iv>-rationbnown to cure conilis, coUlH*^iioarsencss, asthma. whooping coukIi, chronic cou^h». consumption, bronchitis ami croup. Ilciuft prepared from honey and herbs it is healing, Boftetiins. and espectoratin^;, and p;^rticularly iniitabio for all affections of the Thrmt and Lungs. For salo by Drujigists everywhere. liwre for IHIes, DR.STRICKIARD'S Pile Eeniedy hear liini; Yün seo 1 was in love with llotuboll oven ludorc I knew it. So wuH llaiik, in his ovvn brutal way. I was jca'ons of liirn. He was not jeah uns uf ine because he had no fear ot ine yt;t ho hattîd ine for loving her.— At last it came to blows betwuen ns.— II c^ was tmcTrniny ' wT'igirtT had twice iny streng/h, bnt somehow I Has cured thousands of tho worst cases Of blind piles. It gives immediate relief, and etfccts a ¿crmaaont cnre. Try it directly. It is war-rantcit to euro. Kbr sale by aU liruggists at 60 cents er bottle. ' KCROSENC GAS STOVES. S, GLuf TEA AND COKFER -BOILERS ^ POTS, Olli'CANS, - ^^ All the Cookfnpr for a family maj"^ ** beflonowilhKoroscneOdortín.vwltlv-^ P lena trouble, and at Ics» cxiiensc than by any oüier fuel, _ Esch triicle roaniifachirei. by thi» company is «aaraaüe^ to ¿erforiñ all that is claimed for it, for-Circuliir. je» ' Tó THE T:RADE. :iBiumnt;»iiinriii;:JiAiiiiir heater CO., it »!!.: «ÉHNOna-i-r - :. « ' ' t ' , , ; • ^ ■ t ÎOfè FEABL ÍTOKCT, K. TÇ. ..y. Mi WQSK inasteivd him for once, an»! stretchod hin> bleeding on the smithy floor. He never forgave nie that. From that moment my life was nnbearable as his coarse insnlta could make it. f-1 'was ju-iït-iiWt' of i^y - tiiue- • I was. not b'oiitid Ly law or right to stay at the smiihy. ' jet I knew what questioning and wondering ihere would be, und 1 resolved to leave it quieily ; to tell no one—no one but Hetabell—of my determination.' , One evening I met her in tlie meiidow where the cows were wailing to lie nnlked—Red Sukey and White Molly —patient mildey^jd brntes, who -knew vtntv and Came toward me with their sljw, heavy slops. The buttercups were tiiick in the grass, and thei apple ^ee was rich with blossoms. Under it we stood-i-slie and I. ^ , , ;"HetabeiU" I said» "I ani going away from here) I can'l stand it any longer. a k'tler lV()m hoi\sm>n. It was mi.>ro piocioOs to ne tïian ony other earthly thing could iiave been. I was only in a^Jmmble place in a great-house, t)nt I had tho hope of rising, and I wus happy. At night I St udled and every week I wrote to Hetty and received an answer. So a ye^r rolled by and aivither. At the end of tiiat tinic I was^'otter off, and had no fear but that I should be able to keep a wife from knowing what hardships ^ere I-told Hetabell so,; it nd she was. of age now and competent to choose for herself. "And I will choose you Jan," she wrot«; ; "for 1 have never cared for any one but you, and I am not the girl to. inarr}' one I cannot love, even at my latt.ev's bidding." -------------------------------------? - - By that I knew that the old man still favored Hank's suit. I showed the letter to friend Thome and ti.ld him all, and he said : "It is well for a,young man to marry, and if the father doubts that thou must Jima^fe-ki Jii^ Sn,-itt tile midsummer holiday rXveiit down to my native place, content in my hopes of success, undhappy as man can be. It was late when I reached the village—too late to go to my old master's house—so I stopped for the night at the "Goldeii Bell." The nsual crowd of diiirk'ers stood about the bar, and Hunkr. -Not-the you've got reason to Itatc me>bnt I can set you right where you are wrongj liet me go as yun said you, would, and I'll tell you something. You've done me a g<)od turn; I'll do you another." I listened. "It wa^ u lie about llettie," he said. "Ì knew al)ont yv>uFletteFaTurtircTmg and I got that on the sly to plagueher. The ohi man said I should have, her to the opponentrof the Brûad-anïl-Botter candidate. . . and toid people so in his cups; but she wouldn't ; slie'd have died first. You onght t 0 Inrveiîeen- her---go-on - when you did'nt write to her. She-ff there^ yet, at the Smithy. May I go back to the camp, Captain?" I let him go. Even had 1 vvished^to detain him I had not thy power. My limbs gave way btMitnrtJtme;-the-moonlight:-»igl»t grew dark, and I dropped like a dead thing to the, ground, . I a rose from it t^ pray that the trnih might not have come to m3 too late,and to write a penitent letter to rny Hetabell. tlurwnrwiis^v^^ and iViace veigned once more, the ' first who met ine, with her swf^et, for^îviiïg face. Was iíetabeíl. And the Rtormy years of battltynnd of grief are . ovfcr now, and she has given her dear hand to me. Gov. Penton was the soldij^r's friend during, the war. At his hand«, they ve ceiyed,nothing!ImtpyinpaUiy and en-coura^einerit. And they propose' to Tepayliim now by-Tgiving-^ldin-^heir votes in an almost unbroken body. Aa one of them, always hereiofore_;a Dmn-ocratj eaid to us: ''Wje will not desert a man who stood by us 80 iaitbfolly in. th<vhonr-6f trials and J^ ............-«i------— publicly called us 'Lingoln's minfc^^ wstcnmd- Prealbifc- Tb» »eiy, iiHt «■I <!■ ■ I'll ii-i- ■ ■!# a ..........' jfc »«Mvkavin •■ i.nil l^itfaoi— onshiro calf, ed near Davenport, Iowa, lb« olli^ day in a very singiilar manlier. «Ifki culf was tied with «rope in Ikm wttk' ard to,^razc. During a rmin slorfli f llw rope g'ot wet, and «brook w .^tpi^ where tied around the tfaimF« lilll ^ that-it The London Timea make« , ,, ^ TRfr important aanoiiftoaii^Tiirt tlie cattle plague ba« egsm^Wwitil** in the 0»rsta)ij|^ di^riet, betniwliA Democratic Speech. <Saincializ2r please copy.) " Mr, president.—Sir ; I say niggerl Sir, allow me to say—nigger ! And, Mr; President, if I niay be^perinitteB to say—I.wonld njitcrate inost emphaii'cally—NioGER I I. And in conclusion I take tlie liberty «saying once figaih—NIGGiiRl ! 1 vBoo mQQAH-ARl ! I I [Tremendous outbursts of ajpplano.], Tljo Hetild says General Santa Anna is now negotiating a loan of $3,000, 000 f^r the purpose of carrying out his plan of reconstruction in Mexico, and assured of success in the negotiation ina few days.;. A nuniber of ex-Peder al'ofiScer called o« him yesterday to So \vhen the shadows grow long and ; J,^^^^^^ serviceé in bia new cam- aiiiinala wbieb bad be$a reeoverc^ from ll»e cKaeMie .bav* taken ill ag^ain, aiiaie aai having to be deetroyed. " ' • Erie, ii. T., the other day, for »jMUr for-Ener^HoKdctu" Bd wero nottc. "tiook ere»'' be i^M • little angrily, "yba'» ktxtmmk ft. hodd letter for myaamc; mence with a Iwitcbl It bejriiwX, ho i Lookia the ole ib^ In his rccent sp'^^^ill ll« ian declared'that be wat-'irii ir^ sitiort, »cknowledfild tW^^^ Rtance« aurrounding hi» They will be far MM afveMMll «ftitf-the departure of tbe Freikdr troop«. through friend Ttiorne's.dint anfión gst them was Hank of old, though in some things,for he had come into the butcher's monej', , • , . with jewelry. i'Come back again, master runaway; he cried; what for I'd like to knowî" I turned on piy heel without apewer- ne's.dint counting' v^ij^jj Hissoii bas not yet left tbe^ house begins tht^quiet biw fgtpccted -¿i would do Trtg desks and^oing home, I Vay- iny igtamday; pen aside, and t^hinking of the happy fancy.....myself most blest of lii ing mortals, and half believ« the past a wt-^ary drouin.; . Counterfeit one dollar greeubacke are circulating quite ireely.» -Tbfe World sityi the-«oldit?ra wIîol went to the Pittsburff Convention, "stole spoouB ánd hung their. çw®erg.*« This i» a compliment from a copi^r-head which tbe soUdera will a^prtëiâte 1 . Uh Aecmcnriu. Swooro«.—A. <--- «hootîDjtr occurral in tUa vHUil», «al waa ttMiiting Ide comte t» àNgM riage, atHwnrfcond » MA^ wM»Hi •^deftUiily dipclniged la kü belt bmbm} <ml ^ èfii(«olMNI «1 hl«. bftC «Metti tbe flictìne qwte«ástloé»IWl WW rieeere tei dumgmvm, fceÄUly ^«MltwiMly agHr: »müBir ;