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New-Paltz independent. (New-Paltz, Ulster County, N.Y.) 1868-1919, December 17, 1868, Image 1

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. ' ---• .... . lLU~~ u~ iJJ.Pm;.u~..~~~~-. N. Y:. ,For the · New· Paltl Indep8ndent A.slociation, '; : l > ' , , 1 -~ • I ' 1 . 'I \Jti.ES T. 'JOHNBO!:I, ·' • PUblisher ... \ q 10 a.~.h'anoe. ' ., L• .;.! ad>-ertiseinenta at legal ta?'•· -~• ' After 1 u)· All letters and camm.nnications tQ be ad- ,1, ....... J t.o •• 'I'B:& NEW-PALTZ lSDEPKNDEJ~T,.'' New t'J.Jtt, S. Y. so auonymoliS communicatloliS published. 'rh_e Lua. m., uf the writer must &CCOlllP&nY all commuru· ....... ~o ... u .... though u.ot :ueceBI:l&rily for publicat.ion. JOB PRINTING P. \·cuted with -~tuea& llllU !llspatch, and upon Ifla.Smlaobla t.urms. tu~buss ®ards. . - ·0. P. CARPENTER, A ttoruuy at Law and U, IS. Claim Ag't. HltiHLAND, N. Y. -.---------- JACOB ROBERT~, KA.&L J-.:,o.irATK .\.oi=:!(T, Co:oi\'EY.a..scEa, Jt.:~Tl(.;E ox THE PE\~E A'lriU ('ot':otSELLOR .otT I.mw, NEW NLTZ. SEW YORK. ·-·-- . ~ WM. l:!. KENYON, < ., H ·:-;sELL<>R AT LAW, Wall St., opposite Court House, KINUI!TON, N. Y. --------- SURYEYJNTr.'- BY JOHN G. ws:iT'l\l:ER..' ' ' Tbt' da.y\a sharp stri.fe.. is. ended no:w,. . uu.r wurk 1.1:1 done, God knoweth bow, .-\.l:l on the thronged, unrestful town, The patience of the·mointlooldl down, I wait to hear beside.thudte, ·' .. '. The voices of its tongnea Qf, 1h;e. !!low, donbt;fgl, ~,.jWJ''fi!'C~ \·~- , . Be strong, llfY h~u.rt, W kn~ tl)e w,o~ 1 Hark !-there the' Alleghanles a}Jjlkri; Tha.t Sound frbtn-la.ke and prairie bJ\O\'ke! That mmaet:-gU.n: o! ~.4 ;rent · ~ ,· The silence of ~ continent I :; That sigpa.l f::om Nel?p\11~ i!pn111g:,: : This. ftom Nevada-1s mountain, ton~,oue Ia that thy 9.lli!IWfu.:, StroD.g lmd ~tre\'. o.1oya.l heart o! Tenneaseo7 '\ Wjlat Strllll_ge, idad Yofce ill t)r&t which calls .From Wagner\e grave and Sumter'& wnJle? ' ( ,..., i From ~.trls~'t~.,fonnta.in-hea.d A soiilld as'i>t the 'bison's trea<ll ·There niatfod freedom's Charier Oak I In tb&~ wild burst the Oza.rlis spoke I Cheer a.nswera cheer from. ,r,iae to &et Of 6llll. We.have a country yet I (1J'itVI-:YING AND ENQl!iEl!liUNG;-\-llfltmptly · ~ .u.ttJ t ftit:wutly Jouc:, a.t the shortest notice, by . ' . The praise, 0 God, be thine elo11e I Thou giveat n\ot for bread a. Stone ; Thou hast not led us throutch the ni~ tt •• uuclt:n:llgntJd. Apply'er address PHILIP L. F. ELTING. t •btoonUe P. 0., Nov. 9, 1868. 9-1y \ lt ~riOSS.-Tho ttttdeniigaed ciffers b4J se1~- •• .\ 11 11 a.M Clerk at Anc~ons to those wh9 \<lfi!{dre \ 1 , v'1 ouch oc<'BHiona. He bns bad considEU!able , 1 1 • r L• lll't• at pcnnw.nsb.i.P tmd keepipg accountS-, o~.r•: ,\,ll8ol'VH on roa.Hontt.file-termsa .\; i•ly tQ GEORGE E. SEAMAN, New Paltz, 8-Sm , •r t·~ E. VA...~ WAOENEN. -- -~-------::-:-:--- ETHAN A. DURHAM, A rMB.Nl!:.:t J.o'oR CLAlMB AUA.I.NHT TllE OoV:&a~~, 'tflicft in Dimmick & Tappon•jo,i new Bniltling? KINGSTON, N. Y. H.tHng an Agency from Wr..shington, w}J.ere aJ1 d;U.Jm\ have to bo a.1fjuate~~-have SUPl!iB;u;m fscili- tJ.••I'I f•.t-r getting claims aujusted early. Widow's L;,\ ,,,, fvr Back ray and Bunntywill receive prompt att• uno•. and charges mo'taera.te. 14y. - UEOltGE R. S~RICKLAND, Carpenter and Builder, NEW PALTZ, N.Y. To blind ns with returning ligh~ i . ,, Not through the furnace haYe we pruised 'I\' periah at its ljWu,tq nt l~'t • 0 mght of peacE1, thy lllgbt restrain Nove~ber'a, sl,?~ -~o. 'wan.eJ Bhino on When a cow or ox. -gets c-hoked. ~.. r•., ~ is said that ~m.e9-iate, :re~f may obtained by· strapping up the leg and, com!,)elling''Iihe jump. This will cause tb~ 'op•strlic· ~Work dou.e -wttb. Qa.re. and De~Jp&teh b;y th1 11lty or Contract. · ' ~··~- ?on to fly out. j )oua}n;.:EEPsi:E HoTEL, lfots Agmin.-A recent. C!Jl[J:\,Jl;l~ , • 'WI' Y _tion in the, N. E, Farrow,. Po keepme, .1.-.. . 'tl).at bot~ do kill hort:es, ha,s I h\ Hun•e h.a• been rc-novateu anu re!nrnisheu t4e queiltion afresh befm::e .,._.,, ..,,, '\'o\ghout. 'ltl-. t t' ·r' Y 7 tt \'J:Ioon'ei~.' wu r.u M PERRY, _ ~,._..e es unonv o .oua. , \ A. ~-In.~~~re House, N. Y. J >StE\\,\1'!\llt 1!-nd :Qa4\l.:-;-~pl,'pfessiop,ft.J• ~ _ _ PnoPIUET<>ns. me'll, :i's a.gaiD.st the de&ii:h theory :P:I't:OO:· lVIII.tLIN'ERY 1 hots. n is asserted. by these lY.m '[ P.R MARY NORTON wishes to infonn the La- ~ dit•!:! of NE>ow Paltz and vicinity th.s.f abe has • 1 • r • od a firat-cla.sa Millinery Establishment lt, lhe building fQr1Der1y occupied by Mrs. Trapha- 0 ·. and tbat she bas jllBt returned from New \ , k \'TIt h a oaJT;:R~=e~ted a.nd fashionable FALL .'il\ti'K <JF M YGOODS. u: a- L!!.dios, please givo me a call. lib'S. MARY NORTON. ~.-w Paltz, Oct. 18, 1868. 5. EDWARD VAN KLEECK, Sueccssor to Albert Vnn Klceek~ }btJnfu.l·turur and dealer i• hots do not ·feed ·u~JD,:r;t the st<)maccl:t; but upon the o:b:yme·or pulp f_t lt:mle1f, of the food ea.tEm, and ,.never upon the form~r t:ill i<t i~ so as to indicate the iii!ZWidi&te. de!L'Iib· of the horse. It is then the seeks to securfi!. an aven-qe of .es<lape; by fastening upon and the walls of his natural prison-th,e stomach. If this be so the theory, as it would seem to be froJm· the preponderance of HATS~ CAPS, authority in its favor, the practice AND STRAW GOODS, drugging horses for hots, ought 259 Main St., l'.o'keepsie. cease, especially as the bot m c----~ 1 • 6 m killed by the operation, and but rare- .Walllrill House ! ly dislodged by it. As an ind:ica:ti:OD.; NEW-PALTZ, N.Y. Board by the Day or Week~ Meals at all hours. Esj>ecia.l attention given to tho comfort .a.ud pleaHure of gueatr:;. < ~oioo brands of Winos, Liqnors and lllwavs to be found &t tho bar. · . JOII.N C. SHAF~'ER, of the tenacity with which the clings to lile, Mayhew cites an in- stance in which a portion of the cigars stomach, covered with bots:- I· Jm Proprietor. A.. J. ABRAMS' New-Paltz Hotel I )' •.\l\D BY THE DAY OR WEEK. Meals at all ) h\ura. Espeeia.lllttention givan to the com- 101 t 1cd pleaauie of guasts. t 'bn1..:e branfi o-f Winet:r. Liquors ancl Ciga..rs a.J- wa ~'i t·' be found a.t th~ bar. A. J. AJ:$RA.M.I::i? :J-Jm • Proprietor. corked up in spirits of wine for two years, without killing them. Fanners' Slloe. G1·ease.-Put SOme fire-proof V6ESe}, Oll•e-f,l)mrf;b; pound of lard or soft grease 1ikeH~rd, one-fourth pound of tallow-beef mutton tallow-one-fourth pound of beeswax, half a pint of neatsfoot oil, three or four tablespoonfulaoof lamp~ bl&ck, and a piece of gum can1phor ~EW DJNINfi .BOOltJS as large asth hen's egg. Melt the. ARE NOW OPEN, PIXE HALL, CORNER MAIN AND W ..\.SH I X GTO~ STR.EETS, ingredients over a slow fire, and stb; them thoroughly after they are mel..; ted. Never heat it so hot as to make it boil. Soft grease whieh has flalt in it will not injure the leather. Now, y, al\' tHII'VtH.l at all how·e. ' , , have the leather warm, and warm the PU KEEPSIE, N. Y. grease, not so it will :flow, but l-3w 't ft h t ' 1 ~-- - . . . ' 1 so 110 t a It may be put on with ( o:tl! Coal·! Coal! a brush. l::lhould the lea.therseem to need it, give the shoes or goots an 'I 'Hr. unoler•igncol are prepared to furnish the oiling occasionally. It is not best to lJUblic Wlth Screened Coal~ dry this shoe grease all in before th~ fire, but allow it to romam on the surface of the leather. A light AL t11.-.1r yard, at HJGH FALLS, at prices sama aK 0 '' • ,. I' of Delaware and lluruw• Caual Cu., at Of this kind wJll exclude the a .. adout. x. Y. even if the boots are exposed to Coal Delivered at Fair Priee if Desired. 1. rrn~, Cash. I w~t all day. This shoe grease not injure leather by rendering J. L. & A. H:SYDER hard and inelastic. Wben a TR_A_'\._'_E_L_E_R-'S--<-n-~·1-llK Loots are exposed to wet, he wash them clean at night, and them up in the kitchen HUDSO'!ir RIVER RAIT~ROAD. idi/Su SOt\TH. I' ' 1ri. r ~. r· _,.. I J,, ' . ~. :-..1 • t'LaJ I '' [ . - .• I . k<. I'\ II· \\a v L'r I I l.. l I ,. llf' It I ~ .- .• '~:: .. ;tl I .• I I ' - \! ~. ll\ I ' I • 1 ' !\It 1 • ,._, , •• , r ',. ', \I ' -~ ... .., 6 50 a.m. 10 48 a. ru. 7 00 a.. m. 2 80 p. Dl. 6 31 p. Ill. 1 900pm. 1 2.) a. tu. 3 12 a. m. 4 53 a. In.. 6 :l5 a. m. 835a.:r.n.. 7 00 •• ~IlL 1 ~ p. 01. 3 00 p.m. 7 48 I'· m. 9 29.p;llo. g 15 8.- in. leather will dry gradually, and ....... , v.u a little greaae every - ... far better to grease a little ofl;en thari to grease bountlfully twelve days. Lea.ther l:ihritilil 'lln1• ·hA allow~d to become _ \\\er;r 9r:y gre~smg.. Always: apply .. the :greAEl~ as soon as the lea.ther·is ammsli.dr;v-; ,_. ~-~~ -· ~'· ,. • ... > r ~'\!- •:, ! •' .... ,· . \ . /I :/ ' .. l I ,, \••'- •· ' • t)..6.1rsAlE0.-17, ~~6s. ~, . • \. • . ,;{1lr_~tllr.tlleTi>l~~m.dc.] · r ., :.A NMby.l'apo~. ' ., • .. ' • '1 -....,1- -·' . . ·. ~'.~. ' , ' . •' -- ~ t \ .. ' ' ' • .. ,' .f!ltll,\• The· - Boaid of Snptn\ris- ors, a.t their last annual session, ·levied and as- '· se~sed on thl) se,veral town·s fodhe ~pne-nt ·. ·•. · · ' of P09r House e:qHnJ$er,\ · ,~· the nggreg;at,e sum of. . . t3,880 «) . 8.hio set apart · • · · . ·..; ' . 5,000 00 ' ' ~ : . :..;! ~. 'it4J~f_- ' . ! .. ,, ' ' • ; . .. . ~· ~-

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