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MIDDLETOWN, NEW CA 8 WÆ COUNTY, DELAWARE, SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 13 , 1879 .
VOL. V.
*| THIS 8 Y M PT0M8 of liver
Complaint arc uneasiness
and pain lnlhe*lde. Home
time« the pain is in the
moJ shoulder, and I» mistaken
for rheumatism. The stomach is «Heeled will»
loaa of appetite and aickne**. b«.v 1 I« general
costive, sumetimeft alternating « •'» la*. The
bead is troubled with |aiiu, and dud, heavy sen
sation, eonfllacrvble tons of nienion . are«*n»j«anitnl
with |Niiuful «•millions of
haling! U'l undone somc
thing whirl» might to have
been dom Often coMpliilii
ill •
•nd low spit its. Homniiuis iimh, ol tin -»*»«»' ••
symptoms at Istid die di^.iei. a ml at o'h'i *i»»»h
«try few of them; but the Inn is gum iMU.» 1 1*»
organ most involved. Cure the liv»r with
SIMMONS
L I V K U
■»ko- -
l.-l il.lv
DR. BIMMOXH'
Lives Regulator,
A PREPARATION OF ROOTH A NI» HERRS.
WM-tmilcd •<> twitn. tl; .u.l ..... .lo
, | n » ury to unv one
It h„. l«-n n'»c.l t.v hiinJrcA«. .n.l known for
<h* luM thirty-five ><-.ir, ... ..nr ..I the nnut rc
liable, effleaelons and harmless preparations ever
•flhrctl lo tho »uflhrlltfi. If ink.-n ri-fiil.trlv nml
—at.-.....
sässaästtsi
■1er, ennip .Ix. ntcrv. i.ffi-i -
of the Mood, melancholy, or depressien of spirits,
Itsartburn, rolir, »»r p»«tns in th** bowels, pain in
tho head, fever and ague, dropsy, boils, pain In }
•back and liml#. asthma, erysipelas, female «f-.
.fections, and Inlions disease*? 4 generally.
Prepared only by J. II. /.ElLIN k CO.,
Hruggist.s, Maron, On.
JI ; by mail $1 .2Ä
jFçr sale CHAULES TATMAN, jn.
ll>oe.^4—ly. V.iddletown, l»tl.
•no
REGULATOR.
,g«iid for » Circular. Pri
jPCîtIBNER S MONTHLY
AS ll.l.l'8THATKI> MAOA/.INK,
édité n nr j. hollaed.
I," " Timothy
A' i/A i
Author "Ditter-Sweet,
Titevmh e /.Hint , J«*.
rapidlv in
1118 magasine, which has rlw
popular favor. Inn.
larged, and will be »till further i in pro veil «luring
the coming year. Arrangements have hern |ier*
Reeled to secure the be«t illustration», and the
both sides ol the Atlantic
litirarv
T
(îre.vtlv En
in
nr». A
I'ritnc Minis
»«t
«min««'it ««tu tribu I «.m
Scribihcr for 1872 will »•«• un/*ur|.iu «•«! i
K well m 3 ArlUlic MO'llfiii'«' b\ mt\ |u*riui'u i«l ul
IU viAM ill (1»e world.
Tim January number will If «•spccinlly sllrar
lit«, sntl will be worthy of |»r«*M-rvi»ti«»n
• xmn| !«• of the ex«TlUiu «* «»f A uteri «• «n
series of |inpen> I } Mr. Gln«l*t«
tar of EngUa«L will shortly "|»|" »r : «1»*»
Lie discussion ol (In? Nntionnl lluttkiiig .*4% sinn
of lliil conn ry ; n new ««tory hy Mrs oli|ilinnt L
prouiiswd. Ac.', Ac. ; wliilpt rver.v uuuihvr will be
rich in shorter »lories. l!!u#trau*d nrth'le- of |«o|i
utar science, |mm*iii«*. essu\s, ft«iitorinl«
views, Ac., Ac. The ubs« rl|)(l«»n price i* Of
per ve«r. piiyublr in udvnu« ••.
To rnwl.lc nil pnrtie* to <
ries, wbi« h ore
preservation, we w ill e* i»«i
suhscril*er. the 12 nuinl
for $1.00, or the 14 It uni he
1872, for $1 50.
-
iineur«* with the
•rtliv of «nrvfiil
o any «leiilei
of Voll
• w ill I «
s I
t«» .1 it n «ut v.
pr;
The whole will contain
Darr Ilian 8,IIIHI I'ayri.
nor* than .500 hrilliautly w ritten arti' lcs.
Stsrly IGO compleift«! storiftt. lait» of >«
wit aud humor, IVmi, 4c .Ac , roinbi
these the a blent e«l itorl.il»
Iventiire.
ing with
I t lie mosl bn
ful illustrsliuuA, some of (hem Maid by tin- erric*
to Lr fully H|U<(i (•» th* work of Gustave Pore
d tno»t (h touiwg gift
The Cheapest. Choicest,
hooks for the family.
A WHOLE LIRRAHt IN JT.-EI.F
r«»a ohlv $.5 M
fulrly rftprrrenti^g the emen*'
U) reprtrd •«» the
g fr«nn F « Hof /«* <.'•/»«
Ws <|Uotft,
sentiment of (hr newspaper p
Mon'li'. the follow in t
mem-J AJiertisrr:
idi.t . « «
l\ of
's Monthly i- a >p'
the front
III l!.'- ■ ft ml
I*
*' 8 rrlL
has Liken its pla«*e m
odirals of the wot hi.
graphical nppearaii'« . (he perte. u o*
trationd, (lie varlel. «>' '» i« «diu m
th« vigor of it* editorials '«nd in :« n
and moral influente, «' 4
A mar ira should feel p;. «.•
p
»•-. tie
of wl, '1
Remit in Chei k»
For sals hy all dealer».
i«lcrs.
8CRIII.M.U A CO .
054 Rroud w»i. N . Y .
Itac 0—1st
BEHOLD!
Cool Bprinjr Clmrlcy
1 8 not dead, but lived? : thank* ton kind pro»*
I dent« 4 and good friend* ! He now* preside*
at the plnM-homw in Middletown. H« I called
"Oyster Ray," aud intends to make it the in>ii
tution of the town for
FRESH FISH AM) OYSTERS.
natron» all know where Oy*
If they will call to see me I
will show them haw grateful I nin for past favor*
hy furnishing them with choice Oysters, fre>li
Trout. Rock, While Perch, Crocuses, Ac., at a
remarkably low price, and fresh every day.
OYSTEB8 IN EVERY STYLE.
lily friends and
Ray " is, and
1er
Oyster Ray " is the olnce tn get your money
t»ack I Come nnd *e : !
CIIAHI.KM ADAMS.
•»pi 13—3m
J. HERMANN'S
. »MMUMilal Marble Work».
NBW CASTLE, DEL.
Monuments, Marble and Enameled
Slate Mantels,
Ptnlahed al »hört notice, A on reninnat.le term*.
M. M. clsavbs, rsn.tr s. class, amosbw eu asom.
BRICK, BRICK!!
A LL Kind, a« food hand-mad« Drirk
du red Prim for 8,1«, at Kow
Loaded oa Board of Can or Vewel». All order»
promptly ilUd.
Um.Mf-lr
, at re
Ca*fle.
JOHN Ol'YKR k BON.
New Oaetle, Del.
VICTOR GREEN,
Attorney «t Uw,
Ausmn Hn
WWplSTO*
W», DBLAWARB,
«y
I
PETERSON'S MAGAZINE.
Cl! KAMST AND BEST OF ALL!
is
«•f
of,
in
or
Hrt.RRiun OrrRRR ro« )072.
rpiHH |H»putar Monthly Magasins gire# mare
1 lor th*- uionvv than any in the world. It
Ims tlie I est t olored fashions, the best original
storin', ami tin* U«»t engravings of any lady's
hook. (Irent nnd costly Improvements will be
de in 1872, whep it will i-ontuin
0\K T II nr HA t/n PAflHHI
mrnrnK.v sri.nxinn arum, piatku
rttt.I.VK <•«/. IlKI) US PA T I'Kit SSI
rWKI.VE MAMMOTH I'm. KASIII 0 .XS 1
nsi: mo PSA IfP WOO» CPff I
TH KttT V-KOt'H PA OKS UK MI SICI
AU Ihtn «Hl V iilvrti for only Two Pull.»., n
. or „ tloll.ir tlmn m.tK.iai.K-f of Ilit- da...
of "Pctiraon.
Thrilling Tales and Novelettes
Its
•:
Arc ll.t l*.l |.ul.||.hni ni.vwl.rrv. All the n,„»l
popular writers are employed to write originally
«»r ■ Pru-rwn. ' In 1872. in nddlllmi Iu It» u
•" Hl ' ,, "t.'i'/. of.ltorl n«tw. / /1 * HI •!
, Af I ALArN will la gib
« ». > n : Hot i.itr » mi » I iit.-e, l.v Ann M. . <c
ttÆSSÂSÂtÂS;
«rafe ». "X'ä" •«%&
■'tetontl l.ifc.
Mammoth Colored Fashion Plates
Ahead of #1* others. These plates nre enernvtd
on •Ui* 1 , twice the usual aixe, and contain »-ixfl»:
They will be snpt rl.ly colored. Also,*ev- |
ftral pages of household and other receipt»; in
short, t very thing interesting to Indies.
j
12 oo i
I
TERMA-Alwnys In Aduinrr :
$ 2 00
H 00
One copy, for one y
Five copica, for . r.;
Eight copies, for »»tie \
SUPERB PREMIUM ENGRAVING, i
Every |arson g< tling up
eight at #1 :»•» eai h. will l
e*tra copy of the Magar.iue for 1072,
a copv of the *u|ier>> parlor nietzotiut (sive 24
he« by Irt. ). ••Five Tina« a One To-I»uy," ,
which, ut a store, would tost four dollars. Spec
iiiien« sent, gratis, to tho*«} wishing to get up
Clubs. Address,
».
( |uh of five nt $1 00
entitled to
I also 1
rn« h.
,
|
I
, ,,
^pilE annual meeting of th«* l armer* Mutn«,
J I.r. In.urau.-u < , „inp..iiv of Hi. I.n.r».. >nd |
, Aprixiu.iiMitiuk Hundred.» N« w ( a»tle county,
- helawaie, will hr held at tin Hotel of Win. T
•, t h«* fi rat day of
at I o'I lo« k. I*. M. at w hi« li
CHARLES J. PETERSON,
moi Chestnut Street, Philndelplil

P
Oct js—If
I NOTICE TO TAX-PAYERS
_ '
\ LL |*-r»ons who have not paid their town
j ;\ («v nml f»lH»«il t.ix. in IMstrUt N»». !M. (-.i
j III- pr«'*»i»t «»•..r, nre r. «|w«st««l t«> cull on tl»r »»«.
K .
J J.inunry. A I». Itf
tiiue >« \eii 7) l»ire« tor*
i for the ensuit,g \v r.
|«osit tji.t*«» ui the r-ite «»t
NOTICE!
I
I
I
!
•crtifi
Chase* 4 , in UiUii
h led t«> se
the «I«
w ill l
I the INTi.fl»!*t
\ ( 1 per cent, per an
will be n*<)iiir««l to lie ptid.
The I'ot ;i.\. d'»e Jannnry Ini. lt-.T'i, «»i
, «•ate« •»( in«leht« ii:i.nno«t be pr«*i>ert«-<l
. Trv • •«*
tue j
«»•Jill ullowid
!
r»b-r to h.m* the
iiiinu.il pu \ incut of pK iniiitn
JOHN c. roRHIJ, l'rciidcut
i
t *11 am . Tatnak Serre lui . .
I ».1er
î. Bel. Nov. 27, 1871— tin
MIDDLETOWN ACADEMÏ.
FACULTY :
I
; I'rlncip-.l
nrnsoN a wood a m
«Mil Instructor m the Higher Hranshft«.
MHS MAHY WOOD,
IT» . r piu -a of th*- Prim-try Heparin,*, t.
MISS ADKLi*; I II Y NSt »N
; |' |in< |,
id lllfttl utueoM: Musi«*
I
MHS II KLK N A Ml NN
-i! « •epi«riniftnt.
i. the AeuiL
Aftftitniit
I'l! WK F WOOD.
I - .» !i
,,.ph(
AONKS J
I'K.nmm; n»' 4 .
».►.'t;<t.
«• (he sell
re l- Ü
•• ml :••! «.
,
2**lh «luv of I»e«-en»t«er, instaut,
< oiu|a-tlrd lo p»«\ eosts.
Hum will be
HhU ITT 0 WALKER. Trees.
, Del. Her Dili. 1071 — lu»
Middleto
FOR SALK.
A W hart uml Gramm in (»«les. 1 «». The wharf
ha* 11 fron luge of dl!» feet, uml the grauury t
is 57 feet hy 22^ feet with u garner cap»« ily of
about 10. 0 Ô 0 bushels, with ample storage room
oil the lower Door.
The pro|terly i* in goo«l order (the wharf hue
ing Lcen recently repaired! und it will he Nidd nt
a nnnlc■rule price on remtonuble term*.
CHARLES »KASTEN.
Odessa, Del.
Nor 25, 1071-— 5t
NOTICE TO POULTERERS.
W K, the uiKlmlannt, »III pay the
cnull prices at
HUE'S OLD U.l. VA",
htfhM ,
for Poultry of all kin«!» delivered in good order,
every day, excepting Fridays and Saturdavs
K li. RICK, '
Nor. 15. IHTI—If R. K. COCHRAN.
FOR SALE.
/^\NE pair of fir*t-« h«fts MFI.E8, six years oh).
V/ fine sis«', gentle, nml will work anywhere.
Also, one Odd Mule, will he sold very cheap.
SAMUEL FKNIMOKK.
Nov 15,1071—Hu -
Odessa* Del.
FOR HALF,
EVER A L Durham Thorough-hied aud Grade
Hull« aud Helfen», (yearlings nnd two-year
"uȫl T. TVBOUT,
Red l.lmi.P. O , Delaware.
MISS AGNES J. PENNINGTON,
TBACBRR OP PIANO AND ORGAN,
MAII ST., MIBDLBTOWa, DEL.
Iter W, IMl-tf
s
Add
slda).
Nov IS—4w*
llut
To
Uul
: K
, ,
v TI „ —-. „ !
MiTK h — All iwrsnns having claims against, They
ilii* L.*tntc of I he droMi*rd limit jiirwiit the snntf
•Inly Htirwied I» tin* Ailoiitmtrntnr on nr »•«•fore j
I »««er ml »er Iftili, 187*2, or nbidft no Ail of Amm* Thus
bly in such Cine mndf nnd provided.
JAU, C. MATTHEWS, Administrator. Ah
And
: Or
;
I oh'
Register's Order.
RSGISTKir8 OFFICE,
Now Castlr CotrsTV, De«. 1\ 1071.
('pun the application of James C. Matthews.
Administrator of Alriander Averti, tale of 8t.
(Seorges Hundred In #.»id Cnttoty, deeessed : it
is ordered and directed hy the Remisier, that the i
Administrator aforesaid give notice of t|ie grant
ing of lociter» of Administration u|a»n the Estate
«•f tlie deceased wiifi the date »»f granting there
of, by ragging nil vertisemenls to be posted with
in forty »lavs I'uim the date pf surh letters, in
of the most publir pliuei in the County of
New Castle, reuniting all |»cn»ons having lie
nmnds agaiast tlie Estate, to present the same, The
or abide un Art of Assembly in such rase made ;
nml provid.-d. And also rnuse the same to l»e
inserted within the same period in the NuUlt- ]
town Tr.m$erifii,* newspaper published in Middle- j
town, and to l»c continued therein two months, j
And
„ — « Given under hand and Seal of (»flic®
•: L. s. J* of the Itcpis'cr uforerniil. nt New Cssile,
-- * in New Csstle Countv aforesaid,the day [
l year ubove written. II. (ilHIIS, Register.
-■ >»• «•— ««—«-. «•
j
rtuMc r, sTinifjbbt.
I.ICWIS W. MIIUIAM.
L. W. STIDHAM & SON,
ACrriOXKEIlS,
Ko. Ill lUItT COI Itlll STREET.
WILMINGTON, OKI-.
Sales of Real and Personal Promptly attended tu j
iu any pat t of the State.
Regular sale at their Auction Rooms every Wed
ne»day and Saturday Morning.
All goods consigned lo them will be promptly
attende«! to. Ttrtus will be moderate.
Liberal advance.« made on consignments.
He. 2.1-2in*

I") A f \ IT |-^ A TT Al O
1 J j . \ Vil. I. /\ IVtvlO*
W K ,
«.fT-r at rcasonalde prices a large v:
of lVa»h Farms in (.*•• il. Kcnt.tjccin
, Ann« *, Talhot Hii.l H»»rvlicster counties, M «ry
land.
tir«. Ihdaware. in all part* of thegre.it
I ir.Ct *f thia peninsula. TIu k
«« rsi'.lc l>\ rsilroad-i.
navigation, and general I v
u . iri n to locate uiK»n ll.t i-niuMila
| ,„ in . .nival...
N« w ( *:» j*t !«'. K« tit. and '-'a set
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< \\.,.«;.t « «.I II.. . .... « ? tl,.,.- r
in • »«» f»ur» li »-»• t «r j ■•■ «tv*. '«• hi* I.« v _
^ blohiiV ^ 1 «»i!! m * t». «luuli'ii'» ««» w U ~ r
u: >lv j r , oil fktli-, Muttiugs. Ru.* -
~ Mats. •* ! t,»ii Hu*ls. A«*. A«-. ;«t tin- lowc-t j ,
►— «Mill Mricc!«. -
' r TI «.*'«ms Kmiv. -
i
_ inf j cn l !
I apor HrHî' ilips and Window ofLluOS, ;
• h dis«
•ill
„7
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TI.
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at
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of .
! the t<
th
I fruit*,
p mint tin - 1.« huit tlu-n; both iu li.'allty, e i r** «»<
I fui in. pin« 4 bikI impniM'.'iient!«
Send for «ircul.ir.i N«» «I,
Lind will 1 •• mail«* tunji'lf |
I ( orrv»|H
! J ul v 22. 1 *71
«• f*»r showing
.ietiee Soli« *!*•■!.
(Ji;n. NV INGRAM A rn
Middletown l>«!
— If
j
HOLIDAY PRESENTS.
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GO TO
1
nt
DUNNING'S, No. 2, TOWN HALL,
hand .« coi*,jilctc ni-ortim-nt
Useful and Fancy Articles,
suitnhlc for I'rrsetiH. A«-, which will Ite said A
ut t !.j lowiftt (*:«sh prices, consisting in
part of
HUA r AKTS. TABLES. ECS TIC .(
UVA /, F II A MES. t 'll ROMOS.
117 * / TIXti PESES. WORE
I,(EYES. AND FANCr HOODS
IN KN I »LESS VARIETY.
IHM »K-- MONOGRAMS, I French un i pliii
DIARIES FOR 1872.
fill E IHM A CALL
I C I «i — » I 111
THOM %N IM 1*1 V.
;»7 SOFT 11 SIHO.NH STREET,
• Fu.ii
Sid-. Phi udelplli-«. -
A»-«
, X.
" 2nd St. .>nt
►«•pi I», lî»7 I
;im(— ».
riill.AI» I.I'IIIA
W ALL PAPKHH
HOWELL .f- LOCHKE,
U71
1 x 71
t
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M ANCf ACT * SX«» «-K
witot.r*At.K a xi» itrTAtt. SALBSSoav*. I
CORNER Ful IITH AM» MARKET STREETS 1
rilll.APKLPIIl A. I
i Factory—Corner Twenty-third
j Oct. 21, 1871—3m
!
!
i l S.insnm Sts.
, MIDDLETOWN IRON FOUNDRY
AND
MACHINE SHOP.
1 Plow Canting*. Machine Casting»
»OWH
of nil kind* on liund or inude to or«l« r.
Particular «1 (tenlion given to Repairing Much •
ncry. Cash for old Iron.
WM L. nCCKE A SON,
Founders
1 Muchinists.
Jnn 4-tf
ARCH STREET HOUSE,
£<»o. 1, AirHi St.
■*hllNti<-l|>hln,
C. W. I.ui kl
Proprietor.
march 4—1."
NOTICE.
A LL person» tndel.ted to the trat of AUA I. L
/V CDOAS 4 HH.ua US tut Brick», will
please come for* «fd and pay their hnis on or
lieforr lot of Itorrmlwr After that date, ! —
proceed to collect the ume aerordinx I« law.
JAMBS T. SUALLCROSS,
Oct M—If Collecter (hr the firm.
llut Ihou, Old Vrar, art imaaiag from my aiabt !
Thy cheerful .in.», tin happy hour« are o'er:
To memory . dim .tannin they taka their «Igln.
And from her .had. they .hall return ao more
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Uul they return nol-hourtofbllM-.ain »Ic.liug I
Aanv. nuai. on plulnua luieltt mol pure,
: K en lu their flight, the ni.lchl,,. jor» rerrallog, j
Too fuir to lu*t—ton luvel) i u uniurc I 1
, , . , , , , , ;
! ä :
They glide nwuy.toosoon,with memories h|rad«><l,
That crowd the precincts of the insatiate pail,
j
Thus year* roll l»v, and euch and every one
Snatches fouit treusurvd Ituppiuc»* away;
Ah graceless heart! reflect—and are there none
That hear griefs with them on their backward i
'
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And 111.19 hath no power to heal th« bleeding
To dryThe fallen tear, and hu.li the nigh. !
I
: Or if« fling remain, the honey dew j
Of sweet rente ml >ra nee shall nit* v tho aranrt,
; An.I tooth rryrr.i, „ml kindle ho,» »u.w ;
UU.i antidote to care!—oh! thank'i*** heart!
„ . . , ., ,i 1
s' vear* r*.ll on: vet w herefor« 4 *en»l them forth 7
Will, mord» dark nnd s ol tnU .ro.. high ?
I oh' jiiveihininoldeth Mi^^in.and deidvof worth,
To » veil th» 1 annul# of eternity.
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£rl«t Joetrg.
i
The sioninrr birds that with their truant wings
; Cleave the far ether of a southern sky,
Anon return, l»y Lowers nnd gushing splines,
] To glad the wild woods with their melody.
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PARKWBLL. OU, TBA II I
Farewell, Old Year I—when other friands depart.
Fond hope still linger« iu the sad adieu.
And o' en in ah*«nca tells the sorrowing heart.
That after fure-the-well tomes how-tl -y du !
[
j Neither shall these return to mar thy rest
If joy* depart, so care's dark hours go by ;
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Popular ^fîli'iccllnnu.
BOHEMIA MANOR.
IT* F.ATEM AND TOPOURAPIIY -IT*
Il I WTO It Y —CIM HT IIOtSF POINT
Rt'MsP.l. Flltal irtMMIfim AAYIU.%
•loit- \IIF.\I) or Ft'LTON. KTf.
This tract of land, situnt-d in Cecil ••.«
1, li«'tw« en li n k ('reck und II"
nrigitttjlly granted bv
Ilerninti j
t' Html« h 1
r*
wer- • Î .* *» t r• •. ! by the ISritish I le« t in
1777. wbi -l. iitmled. oppfsit»* this pine» 4
t» o Klk N- ek si b
ry little i
remains »»f the early history of the Manor
•d man was hung there f.»r the
murder "f bis wliieh with th« 4 » X
I petition of Swift a few years »go. nre the
only installées of capital punishment that
Iibvp »»»•« urred in ('« « il county. Person*
from th-upper part «»f the county eaun* by
North Käst »nd the F**rry lt":t«l at Old*
ti.dd's P«»int. wlore a public ferry wa
kept Tin* Court was afterwar Is h I I at
Charlestown, and tin* tombstone of Joseph
Ibixi'T, Clerk ««fth«* Court, nut y be *«•• tt
in the "bl «diureli yard at North List
lh.} Cunt 11 *»n-i in Klk ton w». »•rcete»l
»I "'it 171*1 rii' ie wa* si «ii\i-i -n «*f th<
N|.«n *t »omng th.; «i«v v id nt •.) ii.Tinan
;il»«-u* tin yar |8lt*J *1 !;»• C.nnmi*M ti
• r«' St.-pln ti HnIuh I 1 "hi»* Ho
d l|«l.. I»siac Gr;.nth:ii.'i. »ml llobert Ann
»ti"tig — tin 1 latter aet«*«l a* Surv«*y«»r In
r tli.di r«j.«Mt III- >lan«.r i>,iib.«l a.*
_ hoiitnlt«! on « li«* cast by tin- <dd Ch"ptatik
~ r ,,l ' 1 Hack Cr«»ek R» the
- H«n«l ««f th** north hnit .h *f H"h«ii;iu Hiv*
j , r thriiee down »ui«) bruii. li I" liohetniu
- Hiver, and with H«di« mia Hiver t.» its
eonfiuenêi with Klk Hiver, th. n up th«*
t<> th • mouth of Hack Creek, ami up
lin k Cr« k t" the t Ijoptank road af«»r» -
•*ai«l. eontaining fiH«u*n th".*-»», 1 ; i «*v« , u
hun Ir <1 au I tw«nty-f«»ur acre», «»f whi. li
a coiisbl.'rabl «juantity li«» in th State«»f
rim Sur v«*y«»r giv«* the b«ar
i ing of tin* State lin«' at that tin « 4 . »* s»mth
! three i*'gr»*«s ea-t. The oommis-i<»ner*
; all"tt« <l the lamb- a- folb«w*:
M«>-t of th«* M » n«»r land* have been
d«|, except that Itebl hy Il«»u U 11 Hay
d at tIn* time <»f his death Mr Bayard
will* 4 «! these land* to hi* wife during her
lifetime, nml nt ln-r ilnitli. tlie Ferry farm
(now in the neeapanry of John Arri»on)
«f -176 acre» g«i-i I» hi« ««n Ui.-liurJ It
lluvurii, the inlj-iiniiig farm (t.-mintcd hv
Mr Kirk) .HW acre», tog, th«r with tli
-■ Vacancy Wood " adjoining.of Ihn »er««,
g«e» to hi» daughter Mr* Caroline I'»,,
ell, and the adjoining farm (tenanted by
M W»l»mi) of 8112 acre», goo« to hi»
daughtur Mr» l«oui»a 11«wie The farm
near St Auguatinc (m-cup'o-d by Mr
Walt«) "f 888 iiere». goe« to hi» gr:ind»on
(Mu i-iii.ii May-urd Ilor», and tuai oeeupii-d
by Mr l,ougfellow, lying between tho Ca
liai ami Hack Creek, aud extending up to
the nubile road from the Pirol Bridge to
Back Creek mill* eontaining M8 acre»,
goe* to ht» daughter, Mr» klunbeth Rloh
The re.idet.ee «ne. to hi» widow .haolute
, , , . , ,
The»e land, hare not been much im
prored, but they are naturally of good
quality, well located, and may ho made
rery produvfire, and handaome prop,
:y.
Willlam Rutiney. Burreyor of the Pro
prletary for C«oil, bad hi* manaion on th*
Mary I:
hernia Hi« or, wnj»
I.eircl llnltiiitor«-. to .\iij!U*tin«*
TI. lute! wnw p. io rnllv i
leasn. nn«l this was th • mo -1 importnrit
part of tin* rntiiitry in early tiinos
( hnirt I'.i.iih . »I nil ii ii « I foiLU«* *»ffl<*« 4 * w«
at C'Mirt 11 "•»*»«* Point on K!'; Il.vor, an l
tt
Tin*
The r«*«* n! l.o„k
off. nml after »In* war
! a v • ' N * » * 1 at N.-w York,
thr«*« 4 V'-lutiM*-. wlii * , >
• earrifil
w«*r«- fotiti I mi I
1 «-xcM-pt ftotm* i w«i
-till mift-ing Tin* Ma'i 'f Cliurrh w n
nt St Aistfu-tin-* th* r- v
pars puhli-h«*«l in lli*)»« 4 (lay-.
ur«*
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I Ttl | Vur L.wson, tiie-half. 7,062
1 cl».ir!e* C-irroll. «.« «* b. rth.
.b>* Kn'or, Mary nnd Edw. (•Uh un .3.!*Jl
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Manor, near tba Hriek Mill, and iba old
building» are remembered by peraooe now
living. Ilia grandson, Jamee Kumaey.
«at probably tbe moat noted man ever
raiaed in that locality, lie emigrated to
Virginia, and made a trial of a atcaraboat
on the 1'otoniao at Shophcrdatown about
the year 17H0, which waa quito aneceaa
ful conaidcring the imperfeot machinery
made in tliia country at lha'. time. To
get more complete engine and fixturea, be
| jOD J o0 ., ll( | w „ progrearing with
bo . t when bia audden death put an
end to the project, and the boat w«e ta
ken to piece», and tbe material aold by
greedy creditor».
Fulton became acquainted with Kumaey
in | j 0 D j 0n nnr) ,|„. rc n0 d„„bt. obtained
... . . * •
,he «*>cory of »«*»»> nartgaltou, which
aomo yeara after, he reduced to praetica.
In a letter of Jatnca Runiacy to a friend.
•»?>» «* «* d«..i.
tins and prejudice» lie had to cncouoter,
and »aid Ilia boat had even beco tbe sub
• n \ nx . "
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apolte, however, a» coonactit 01 »uc
rest*, mid olid tbe day wan not far distant j
.. , c hrn //,? Atlantic iront J I*' crosnnl hy !
/team alone in ten rlrfaf«.'* Tliia baa been j
) verified in n remarkable degree.
! The only one who contested the priority j
0 f ,h t . invention with Kumaey waa John j
! Pitch, an ingenious eitiien of IMnladel- j
I phia who mafic n trial on flic Delaware.
j about tbe year 1787, or 1788. of a bout |
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prop.-ll.-d l, y »team, moving a act of oar» .
"ti each fide, but tho LlHT? of treueral
1 Washington and Gov. Johnson of Mary
7 , . * . i • . .i, ,
conclusive in regard to the
priority of Huriiscy a invention. In 18.><
Congre»« by n unanimous vote awarded a
ifojd medal to the only non of Jitttic* Hum
! aey, in ennuiminorât ion of bis father'« acr
I vice« in the introduction of «team naviga
tion.
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IlKFUIOl.tTIO* OF W.M WIRT.
T!f iliatitiguished Win Wirt, within
-ix or eight inontliH after hi» ti r »l ttiur
riug**, became u.l.lict. i t<» intempérance . ,
tlie effect of which operated strongly
the mind mid loallh of hi- wife, uml it»
f.-w months im»re »lie was numbered with j
the «b ad Her death led him t«t leave the !
j country where lie resided, and be moved Iu
1 Kt. hmotid, where he soon rote t«» distine- ;
llut his habit» bung about him, ,
•rationally it«* was found with jolly * __
and lr«dicftotne spirit iu baeehnnttlian rev
« dry ihs tru«* friends expostulated with
liim, to e«»tivince him »»f the injury he was
doing himself, llut h»? persisted. Ills
t«» full off. and many looked
.li him ii> mi «lie »ur<- -n-„J I" min II.
tn»„-lvi»i.il I" j!--l inarrii l. « 11 I 1 ii »irvr !.. ,
Thi' III- cutuM'iilcil
In-i-.-d II« nu- ;
«•«»rdingly paid Ins addrease* to Misstiam
i bl« 4 After some tiiontli»' attention, lie
asked In t huud in marriage ; sin* replied—
• • >j r Wirt, l have been well awnre of |
y»ur int« titt«»tis for some time hack, an«l
»hould htiv* 4 given you to understand that »
\«>ur visits and ititentiuns were not accept
able. Iia«l 1 tn»t reciprocated the nffecti«>n
wliieh you have evinced f«»r me. Hut 1
« annot \i«d«i my assent until you make »
|.l tl |gc u« vor to taste, touch, or handle I
.ij V intoxicating drinks." This reply t»» ;
\Y»rt was an unexpected as it was novel
||is r»-ply was that he considered the pro
j.o-ition .i* a bar to any further e«Hisid«Ta
t i«*t, of tin* subject, ami he l«*ft her. Her
1 cours« 4 towards him was the same a* ever
j — nis. re.entim t;t and neglect In the
c.oirse of a few weeks, lie w. ut »gain und
-olieitcd lier h.iml : but her reply was, her
„,'„,.1 was made up II - b ruine indig
mmt. tu «I r« gur«b «I the tenus she proposed '
; us insulting to Ilia lienor ; and vowed it '
, slimill |»c the last meeting they should t?v
»•r have Ile t «»ok to «Iriiikinj worse and
worst u^«i r.«.,:..e«| to run heaJbmg to ru*
. i„.
One day, while lying in the outskirts
| u f ihe « ity. near a little gr«»cery. or grog ,
-hop. dca*l drunk, a young lady, whom ,
- j n nut itee«'s»*arv t«» nain«*, was passing
tliot way to !i«*i home, n«»t far «*ff, ami he- i
i„.|,| him with his face turned up to the
ra y« of the seorehing »mi. She took her
hamikerehief with her own name marked
upon it, ami pltteed it over Iti* face. Af
| vr h«* hud r«main««l in that wav some '
hours, he was uwaketied.nml hi* thir.-t be
• ing so great, went into tin* little grocery
! ami gr«*g »hop t.» g* t a «I rink. when In*
\ discovered lit«- handkerchief, ut which he
i b>«»ke«l. ami the uaiue that was on it. After
> pausing a f. w ininutes.he ex«*la»'ined— |
" Great God Î who left this with me ?
Who placed this on my face?" No one
kiii-w II« ilrnppeil tit« pla»» exclaiming
—"Enough! enough!" lie rctirctl iu- j
nantly from llip »tore,forgi «ting hi» thiral
hot not hi» J. -hauch, the liamlkereltii'f. or -
th« laily,vowing if liod cave him »trength^eipcmletl
never to touch, ta*tc, or liatidlo intoxieat- |
ing drink».
To tiled Mi»» (I w»t the harder! effort
of hi» life If he met her in her carriage,
or on foot, he popped round the neare»l
corner. She at last tddr. »»ed him n note
under her handjuriiing him to her house,
which he finally had courage enough to
accept, Itc told her if »he »«ill bore nf
to fecliou for him. he would ngreo to her
to own forma. Her reply wa» : "My eon
dilion» are now what they erer bare
been. "Theo, «aid Wirt, I accept
thnn."
. Th ^ "? on m * rr . ,ed ' , , nH .! ron (r "!*'
der he kept ht» word. and hie affa.r.
brightened, while honor* and glory gath
ered thick upon hi» brow. Hi. name haa
been enrolled high in tho temple of fame.
while hi* deed*, hi* patrioti»t* and re
nown liro after him will) imperishable
lu»tN.
in»n.
.m l
practice hcgi
«•tinjX hi.- btihii
. «{•! if tlie right per.-«
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(Drijjinal Jïoflrç.
#W IÂ4 MmUUUmn Trmttnyi,
os or. Anno enonen.
•r a visitor rsos rsiusnrau.
Loaa ralic of past age« I
I love to fast on thee ;
Whils t la my mental vision
The pious few I see
Who raised this ancien! structura
In this secluded spot,
Where iu the mighty forest
Tbe word of God was nut.
set
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There rame to thee from England
(Proof of a monarch's care, I
An Altar-cloth, embroidered
Ry loyal Anger'a fair ;
How many generations,
Now sleeping in tbe duet,
Around that sac red Altar
Have knelt in holy trust.
There taught the pious Reading,
Who came in days of yore,
A inissiotinry pencher,
From England's distant shore ;
And wbrn the weary pilgrim
Had done his Lord's behest,
In Christian faith triumphant,
Here laid be down to r«at.
Fair scene of contemplation,
Ho* beautiful thou art !
All quiet, calm, aud holy,
Thou speakeal to the heart.
A soft »ubduiiig spirit
Hteals gcu'ly o'er my soul,
When thou and thy Mir roundings
My inmost thoughts control.
eed
A grstid old oak its shadow
O'tr many a grave hath tdreud,
It stnndcth like a sentinel
To guard the gathered dead ;
Th» graves have whisperiuf voices,
Though silent ht thy sod,
Forever gently calling
The wandering heart to God.
There Natalie reposes,
The good, the kind, the fair,
Though « arly called—yet trusting,
Her Saviour s bliss to share.
Long shall her name be cherished,
And oit I a summer hours,
The gentle hand of friendship
Khali deck her grave with flowers.
Aud here amidst the branches
Of many a stately tree,
Thy IV tor » pleasant dwelling
Is ienrec apart from thee.
Thy * Pastor, loved nnd honored
With her who hnred hi* lot
tit. Ann s. how sweet tbe n.rtr.ery
Miftl! be of this fnir spot.
St. Ann's factory, June, 1854.
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lo old Homan mythology Janus was a j,
royal J.. irli".-f„'r. an uppropriutc nail"- f ir
, u . li a pcr»r.nag«, inaumucb in «lie l.min , ,,f
wiir.i j.iittin , from which .lanui i» (icrivcil, p
in.-an» a ihu.r. When Nuiun I oui pi li a» ,
wh«>se r« ign closed about six hundred utni j
seventy-two yoara U. f. took it into |*i^
roya) head to make a new 'timc-talde" f«»r .
tlie* world, ha upsat things generally The j jj
ancient Jewish, Egyptian and Greek cal- | t>(
» nd« rs began the year ou the ilôth of j
Mnreb. and this system inn far onward
into the (Miriatinn centuries. Hut Numaj
INunpilius placed two new months before;
the previou ten, and called the 4 first ./«in
iiori/, iu honor of Jan us, aud very appro-| *
priatcly, for, as the old mythological deity
was a door-opener, so January opens the
year This Janus, by the way, lia«l two 1
faces (and the two-faced people of these
«lays show that the race is not extinct.)—
one looking forward und ono backwar«!, P
into the future and into the past. Ocea
si<m:i1iy lie was represented with four facet. *}
and thus In* had tho double tiatne Janus
Hi/, uns ( two-fared, and Janus tJuaJri
/'mus (four-faced )
' Tit« 4 Homans worshipped Jaunt as tin
guardian of th« 4 year aud the seasons, of
gat«'« ami doors, and at the liegiuuing «»f
the day the people prayed to him, ami at
the beginning of the year »acrifices were
«»fiered to him on twelve altars, one f ur !
, each month.
, The Hist «lay of January has for many
centuries been celebrated by feasting! ami
i rejoicings, au«l the custom of making pres
mit* «Jato* hark so far into tho dim past
that we cannot trace its origin Early
Latin authors meut ion it, ana it was prie- (
tieed to great exec** in the fsr-off yeara of «
' English an«l French history. The fashion
was. in tho»e «lavs, to give such articles as ,
were rare, and we read of presents of i
•• glove-money," or gloves, when glove* !
w« ro expensive. About the beginning of 1
tin* sixteenth century metallic pins were j
| invented, doubt! 4 *s to tho great joy ami
convenience of the ladies, and these useful j
little articles were often given as New j
Year'» pre»cnt*. or money with which «o |
j purchase pin«, and *o "pin-money" bo- t
came n com mon gift. In proceaa of «into |
- the phrnoe came to mean any money to be :
»trength^eipcmletl for «rille» llcforc tho aixteenth j
| century . pint for f»»tcniog clothe* were j
made «f box-wood, hone, end ailver Ibr I
the rich, while wooden " »kewer»" »erred
the limited want« of the poor. We now j
aaaoeiatc •■ akewert" with the kitchen and
roaat meat». It haa tlway, boon, und 1 al- j
way» will be, an unan»wered cjuoation, |
•• What become» of all tbe pin»?'
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mt j c tear( M( j | in .|,ter, and
f or j,; u d purpoae, • for a, laughter
^ Mn , uit + r , BrprUe to breathe
. . >o tear, enable »orrow to rent it.
« ? Lieu.W Tear, hinder .orrow from
becoming de.pair, and laughter i* 4M of
th(l „ry prirtUgea of rMMn
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•Mr ll*rr..M
flood Dato re. Ilk* a
from *rery herb,
spider, lack* poiaon from Um iwtotoH
flower. *
b*e, ealleel* honey
m-o.tnre, lih* •
«Bit and I«**
During tbe miob at Saratoga lb. g«f
gar. out, uuil aociety hud to depend IM
tallow dipt Uaten to tbe MeM m mp
leribcd by a correspondent i
It wti ten o'clock. Tbe Mngedwe««*
from tho depot. Alnioet tnty —
pected her haiband on tho trtin. nmj
Πlitlln sspeotsd tbdr iwoothttitj.
,r tho stAgo. tho drlw, nor thioh^
visiblo. From for## of hnbit
set were
passengers felt their way to tba raaapHoB
Twcnfy-Bre married Udlaa, aafM
olJ niulil», und four young ludic» ecuiiuCJ;
greeting the paoaengcr« Iu the dunr
neat " My dear William ! «by did JH
•lay «0 long ?" exclaimed a if«| jrqWflg
wih-, and 'ihen ■be throw her arm« arowwd
my tropic —dor lips tust. I wa*«*l going
to be a darnod Tool.
Far différant.
Now, a dear, «weet, Viquid*n/ed bru
nette threw her arm« wildly aroaad me.
Kugene.why did von not writa often•
or ?" she sobberf,and then aha sank awnet
ly on my bosoui. I said, " wrap oot, Ja
lta, M and then kissed bar tweoty-tw©
titges. was delicious,
think of my first wife and my collage day*
at Yale.
À sweet golden-haired blond« now took
my hand. She pressed it gently.
•• Dear Albert, I know it is yon. and I'm
so glad to see you ! You won't danoa with
Lias Smith, now. will yout Now, do
Î ou promise nie?" I said 1 wouldn't,
ben she held her chuck eloaa to min«. It
hot with lova*« young hope and pare,
sweet affection. Wo wer« very happy.
would jiavd
brought sadness to tbit sweet, young af
fection. and beautiful with splendid girl
iftlincss.
" Do you still love, Albert," sbe wbia
room.
eed
O
It mad« me
was
Nune but a wicked man
pored.
•• rndoubtcdlv," ! remarked,
'• !!<»w much, darling?"
"A htap.
•• O, I a.n
loo happy,*' she murmured,
uh she twist»*«! Ii«*r fingers in my aubttrb a
hair and bel 1 me in a sweet embrace
This sort of thing went on f«»r seven
teen minutes, when (' I«eland appeared
in the distance with a tallow candle, and
I quietly withdrew and mingled unnb
nerved in the er«»w«l. As the eatidlo np
peare»l, twenty-sev*»n young gentlemen
• seen shaking hand* with an uinn
young ladies in tho different corners,
have sehlom seen such an affecting teene.
j, wa „ ., Rr ,. }(! dinpln? of affection. Ono
lllnrr j,.,| e ,. n |lrtiiaii itu IkiMIiir ibu huodu
,,f , w „ 'p| u . |„i r ,,f ,| l0 WM
p n , n ,|| v rt luipK-„». while the hair of tbu
.„unp penllemen did nut <i i » p 1 a ▼ ■ part
j n ^ pj.,,.,. I reflected. " how kin such
!».*. nti»l «»voroonif» u# like a sum
||ier ghowor?" I consulted with J. Uil
jj n g i Ha says tbe? kan't.
t>( j | t , lfü (Le place.
Max Adder nay« that an editor adver
tised the other day that he '* wnuld taka
* g'^d dog in nay incut of one yaar'a sub
scriptiou' tor bis paper. The next daj
forty-three «logs were sent to. the ofBeo.
1 he «lay afterwards, when the newt had
spread out into the country, four hundred
farinera had sent two dogs apiece by
P rt '* 4 * w '^ 1 vigbt hojkets full of puppie^,
all marked C U. IV In tho tueantimâ
*} ,c 0 ^*-' r fourni its way into neighboring
•"tales, and, before tho end of t^e week,
there were eight thousand dogs tied op
with ropes in tho editors fropt ana bac^
yard# The assortment included all the
kinds, from blood-hound* down to poo
dies. A few hundred broke loose and
swarmed on the stairways and iu the from
entries, and stood outside the sanctorum
! and bowled, and bad fights, and sniffed
under the crack of tho door as if they
wrro hungry for some editor. And the
editor climbed out the wind«)W, up tho
waterspout, and out on the comb of tho
r °°f> * , *'l wept. 1 here was no issue of
paper for six days, ami the only way
( Hie friend* of tbe eminent journal}*, could
« him was hy seuding luuch up lo him
in a balloon. At last somebody bought a
, barrel of arsenic and five tous of beef, and
i poisoned the dogs, and tho editor oamd
! down only to fiml on hi* desk a bill from
1 *b® Mayor for eight thousand dollars,
j being the municipal tax on dogs at one
dollar per head. He is not offering the
j Mlufl mduoemenU to subsertbars now, nnd
j be doseti t want any dogs.
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t A young inarriml man waa remarking
| to »muo lailici t iat it wax alwaya the wo
: men who ran after the men, when hi,
j wife indigunutly »aid, " You know, my'
j dear, I never ran after you." "That
I may be," ho replied; "but yon look
mighty good care not to get on» of tho
j way !"
j I.o,t!—A »mail lady'* watch with •
| white face; alw. two itory young ladieu*
work- boxe». A mahogany gentleman**
dre», ing cate and a »mall pony, belong«
>»K «» » joung lady with n titrer mané
and tail.
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So I renoW
•• I Tolil Him is UoMt ml« (h«|
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paper tell* of • «mH »Uh
her haabnS to nin ww ay
TknnffttliMHd
th« Soar aa* Wake *
broom at him whea k* nt ion to nM.
An Iowa
who helped
acre* of «heat.
waa lo atand la
la Now Ywrk th* nil
BMtody oolor" * ~*—
•raryooe know«,*
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