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VOL. X. WATERTOWN, WEDNESDAY EVEN I NO, FEBRUARY 23'. 1570. NO. 43. T B S I a PU B L I S H E D K V E H k APTERUOOH. T e r m * : 06.OOfper m u r a m in advance. Single C o p ies 6 c e n t ; New York. W eekly Beformer P u b llitiea e v e r ; Ttm reday, a t |1J50 p e r great t n ed 22Ratfrtotoit l a i l i i £ i m r s . ta n c e . __________ o i a o t r i A T i o N s D a i l y , ! 9 0 O ! ; W e e k l y , 5 , 3 0 0 . B a a i e a o r A i r e n b U i t s B a t e s in e a c h p a p e r tbo sa m e for o n e w e e k or ttore. A o T e r d w r n e a ts ln b o t h will b o talrea lor JO per c e n t , l e s a than t h e en m .of the r a t e s . I H O A I . I A & B I G E L . C n rnxunHiBS. 10 L in e * N o n p areil m aketBqm re, One Bom re............ T h ree Squares — Q u a rter Colum n.. E a i f C o l o m n . . . . . . 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H a v e f a it h , and t h y faith t h a l l s u s t a i n thee ; Perm! t n o t iu h 1 jion a n d care W ltM u v islb t o b o n d s to e a c b ftin t n e e , d o t bear vrhitR o d g ivoB th e e to bear, fiy B i t s p i r i t supported a n d gladdened. B e ne’er B y forebodings d e t e r r e d ; b u t think B o w o f t hearts h a v e been saddened B y lear o / what n e v e r occurred. Let to mor**>w t a k e caroof to-m o r r o w . Short a n d Oark a js our l i f e may apoear. XVe may m a k o it s t i l l darker by s o r r o w - 8 t 111 s h o r t e r by f o l l y and f e a r 1 H a l f our t r o u b les n r e half o n r u v e n t io u , A n d oltera liorn bJeselngB conferred H a v e w o a b n a k , i n the w i l d apprehension 0 f eviie th a t n e v e r occurred. JCDITOIUAL and LOCAL NOTIOBB 1 5 confs ©er line. S P E C I A L S 7(1 p e r cunt, added lo r e g u lar rates. , N o advortleem e n ts ru n n in g over o n e month w i l l , be IntertPd in D a ily o f t e n e r Chan every o t h e r day. | ForBr>o:lal C o n tracts, apply a t the o f f ice, No. 3 A r - cade, VrATKRTOWN.N. Y. - F E E D F O B H O H 8 K K . HY 1!. W . STEW AST. j J U R B I M F O K T B O W IN E S & L I Q U O R S , U n ited V ine G row e r*’ Co. o f C o gnac, 1 8 3 3 4 : ^ H e n n e a a y * ’ M artclle db Ao.'s Jules R o b in , Pence, C a ettlU o n A Oo., an d French. G-IISTS ; Bernard <S Co.'a O X . I D I Q M i D e K e y p e r a A S o n ' s A N K B E , S ' W A . U . G b R A F E L E A F , S c r » X r R . B O X . I D H D L L A N D , m i M s i . O L D J 0 I A I O A . S T . C R O I X & N B W B N O L A N D . M o r p h y 's I r i s h P o t e e n W h l s k y , B U L J L O C M , L J M B E # C O H S C O T C H A N D M A L T first mortgage bonds Jffarked Sensation ! B u s in e s s C a r d jh _ t y 8. W . B a x l a iid , U ndebtaker . — R e s i d e n c e , P a c k m a n H o u s e , R o o m N o . 3 7 , 8 d f l o o r . R e s i d e n c e o f S o n , N o . 7 G o o d a l e I t r e a t . O c t . 2 0 . d t f A K B 3 l X O M . X f B O T S L , A V A t K f t T W N , K . V . A . M . H A R R I S , P r o p r i e t o r . J n j l . 1880. d U ______________________________ _____ m o o m V F I H O U S B . W A T E R T O W N , N , It. -h r o n g M j f i t t e d up a n d will bo Sept S t r ictly u a !*t G loat tic T li e (ixpena) of feeding work horses, w h e ther on t b e (arm or i n ihe city , is so greaat that i t s econom y should be t h o r o u g h - : E * O ly studied, -As t h e horse is k e p t for h i s m u scle, ho m u s t h a v o food to s a p p ly m u s-1 cle. B u t it i s found, also, that g r e a t m u s - c u l a j exertion rtijuLres more rapid respira­ tion, s n d thits respiration is sustained b y tho carbon o i tlio food; therefore t h e r e m u s t be I’I K E O L D O P O O - T S i K b V A I . R T 1 8 4 0 ; P U R E O L D S - O L D E N T i n t G lo a t l l o n a e . Ja liS jd J j, BUCK A BA NG E R , Prop. J a c k m a n H L o i x s e , w A T s n i own . .V. >, E D . W \ P E T E R S O N tttLccctaor to Q « o . W . Jones. U ic Ipropuotor. fp t r psT s^aoR . w ill c i w a y i bo s t homo t o greet bis old Drtcndfl, s n d w lib s cordial vrclcom o to Eno now. t e t v o t h l * hotol f o r all p o t n t i. all t r a in s . A o - ’ 2-dlv J i l . 8 C O T T , W U l give th e boat pm? tog cm . ployxmcul g o i n g to a lew g o o d rcsponwlblo nsco tk s t nsvt s o l troca|50U t o |&,0U> ca p ii* '. ufflce N o A P a d d o c k U o ildiQ g s, p c u d o o r to K e y n o ldi £ O'Brien. luooiHdtl p i M J T O H Aromatic tilixer of Rhubarb, A c e r t a i n rare o f D y spepsia, Diarrhata, lyyaculA ry, Ac. c o n stam U i on ttu o &nd (or s a l e V> h o lo a l© snd EaU ll bv N M. BMJTEL, G eneral Avent. IM T A l»o 'nr « a t c t\v a u D r y $ n * t s . nuavS^ly • C . ! 6 . N l C K . f i H e O C I t K t i v aoiaeup*lM r PbyatrUn. O ffics N o . M, id Floor, Arcade. ( Jfltos none* I n n 9 to 19 a m ., from • to 5 p . m» and w 7 to 9 In tho e •im ln g . Besldexics No. 4 7 w u b ' tgtom itrw e t, W a U srtown. N . V tJlils * » praseraacrlntlonB ’ All Sills d n e when Uto pat! J&ce p toast b o paid f o r on delivery. P P J I 1 E B , l g e D t r o r th e O s n a d a i g a a A l e s ! > T b x o a g h o n l Jefferson CoanXy. g y * BeAcIqusrtors, ord e r Pennlm mi & Efxts'Eflioo B tore. 57 ublm r’ on B a ll Block. _ d c b ld t f HUBBARD & WRIGHT; A l n . n i . T i m f i C o n i u i U o n a t L a w , Dfflca oTer B o . 8 W u M B g tck i S t r e e t , W i t e r town, i Maw T o r k . r . n r . t i V B B B . i t d . o . d . w n i e i i T i ULM M O KD k W I S 8 1 0 W , A l t o m e r * l n 4 C o n n i e l o r s a t L a i T . M M o r s r S o . 10 W a s h in g t o n St. W a tertoW n , N.T. L H. U A H N O N D . B B A D L X T WTNBXOW. ■ ____________________________________ TH-dly Q H A B L . K S D H S X K 1 W A T C m -M iK E R A N D R 2 P A IH E R , AT N o . 2 6 C o n r t S t r e e t . D a a lti I s t lx e b e s t d o c k s a a d W a tches, fro m the m e t n o t e d Foreign tnd D o m e s tic M tnnlhetnien, an d In T i n t C liei J e w e l r y , a lto A g e n t for too. C e l e E r a - t c d I t h a c a C a l e n d e r O l o c k i J JiitrrTrelm . eraMwrown N . T.\ i pr<-per b alance hetw een th o c a r - bonacCQtig a n c i nitrogenous elem ents ol t h e 1 io o d . Cora m e t ! c o n h i r s te n p e r cent, o f m u a o losnstim ing f o o d , and si sty-eight p a r cent, ol heat o r fat producing food. T h i s | contain* too m u c h c a r bon a n d too little a i - I tiogen a s t p r in c ip a l food f o r horses, it i a tco h e a ting a o d fattening, an d deficient i n m u s c u lar force. L e t na examlno a few o f ' tbo f o o d s sometimes given t o horses. | 1 OF nitrogonoua or muaolc form ing food, j the o a t contains 15 per c e n t ; the p e a 24 : | oil r a e i l , 26, w h e a t a n d ry e bran, 1 6 , b a r - 1 ley, 9 ; ryolioixr 10; m illtf, 1 4 ; tim o thy bay- 10; r e d clover, 1J p e r c e n t . O fcarbona- 1 ceoua or heat and fm t producing food, t h e 1 oaf contains 6 0 per cent; th o pea 01; o i l meal, 12; pihe&t snd ryo b r a n , 66; barley, 65, r y e flniu, 7 2 ; m illet, 6 3 ; tim o thy hay, 47; r e d clorer, 40 p e r cent It will beseen tbat o f th e g r a in s given above, the o a t con­ tains fo u r oi h e a t a n d tat p r o d u c in g food, to one of m u scle forming m a tter, a n d this, forgreat nuiicular exertion, is f o u n d to b e tbo b e a t prpportion. T b e fast h o r s e men havo lo n g sin c e deci | ded i o favor of oala, com b ined eonretimes, ' with vvbeat br&u, * h i c h has s b o u t t h e same ; piojioTUon. I t will s l s o b s observed th i t j clover hayjs v e r y r i c h in m u scle form ing food ; b a t there is a limit t o tho d igestion of such bulky food, a n d therefore only a certain smoflDt can b e given to a borso un­ der hmrd labor. W a, many y e a r s a g o , adopted a n d prac­ tically candid o u t , a formula for feeding bursts subject t o hand labor, as follows:— Ono p o u n d o f oil m e a l, th r o o pounds o f > pea m e a l, four p o u n d s of w h e a t b r a n , four pounds o t coin moil, twelve pounds o f hay to each horso p e y A*y. T h is, In m o at o SB-EERY, w ith all th e m o st r e liab le N a t ion w ines by t h e BOTTLE OR ON D R A F T . H u m n o iidfp o r : u d C a lifornia SPARKLING WINES. EDENBURGH ALES A N D L O N D O N P O R T E R AU o l the ab o v e w ill be f<-eu4 P U R E A N D F I N E , aud w i l l bo s o l d u rea s o n a b leu a n ; G E N U IN E M PO S T K R '8 G o oda. dio-dim r a . zrc. x a i r r o x i r . y ) o o o o s t M a k e M o n e y . N o m o r e “ X s r o a o n o H o r r o r s . ” GLAsS LAMPS BRHU EXPLODE, OADBfNG F I R E J i J \ n D E A T H . Chicago, Danville and V X N O B X tN B S H A I L B O A D w T o t a l a m o u u t t o )je l * * u c d , $9 5 0 0 0 0 0 C a v l t a l S t o c k . 9 lO O OOO B s t l i U l M d ( l o k t o r U o t d i M O id ) 1 5 0 0 OOO E i t l m « t e d B k r D l u g a p e r i u u i u x n , 2 6 . 9 0 30G W e t K a r n l m * p e r H i i u u u i , 8 7 0 7 6 8 I n t e r e s t o n t b e l * o a n p e r m m i n n , 1 7 5 OOO A m o u n t o f B o n d * s e r m i l e o f Road, 1 8 OOO A m p a a t o f l D t e r e i i p e r m i l e s 1 2 0 0 A m o u n t o I N e t l e a r n i n g s p e r ralle, 6 2 9 3 T b o Bond* follow tbo c o m p letion o f the R o ad— havo ibcT J a ion T r tittt Company o f N . Y. a» tlvet Official R egister a n d Transfer A g e n t - a n d aro Bold At p r e e ent a t 05an d accrued Intercut. T h e y hear e li m in a t i o n a n d com p a rison, better, it a believed, than a n y otber n o w before tho p u b lic, in tho lixod and unchangeable cloniouls Sa fe ty , 3 e c u rii ty, an d Pro fit. T h e y bear good Intercat—Seven p e r cent. G o ld for forty years—and a r e secured by & S it JU iiy Kum U and F i r s t M o rtgage u p o n tho road> its ou t fit, find n e t In com e , lbo F r a n c liiees, an<^ a ll present and f u tu r e ao qulrcd property o f t h o Company. * T h e y dopeDtl u p o n n o new or balf-botfled territory for bQBincse t o pay Ih c ii Interest, but upou a n old w e ll aottled, aud p r o d u e tivo (o a a t r y ;-aaflum ipg that a railroad built through tho h e a r t of such a re­ gion offers better a c c o r i ty for both In te r u t an d Prtn~ d jta i than a road to U built through t h e moat highly e i t o l l c d wtldcm caa or sparsely settled territory. T h is Railroad p o s e e a sos special advantages. In running Into and o u t o f Ibe C ity of C h icago, an im­ portant Railroad a o d Com m ercial C'ontur; in rim- n ing throagh a l i n e o f v illages a n d old (arming settlem e n ts t u the richest portion o f tho B u t e of Illin o is ; in running near to deposit* o f Iron Oru of great orien t and v a l u e , and over broad Helds o f ibe b e s t c o a l In t h e State— v?hlch m ining U tcresU arc Its m o n o p o i f A n d b e s id e s the local and other businoBi thus assured, thoro w i l l no a ttracted t o Ihti road the considerable trafic already s p r in g ing a p \From the Lahee to the G olf.'’ a s w ith I t s B o a L h e m ^ o D o e ctiooi It fo rm s a T r a n k Lino 45 m iles shortor than a n y othor route from Chics ro t o N tahvU lo. T h c s o Bond* firo th e r e fore based u p o n a Reality and a B a s in e t s that a fow years m o s t lnvetlablj double—and co m p e t e n t jndgea say t r e b l e —In valuo. Governm ents selling trh iU the p rice is high p a y tcelt ( f jru t in to these Bonds, and T ru s t o r Estate Fund * can be p u t into A'OrWXb BETTER. Pham p lets, with M a p s , <£c., o n band far dlstriba- Uon. B o n d s may b o bad dlrccU y o f u a , or o f our A g e n t ln W atertow n , T H B H S B C H A N TB B A N K . W, BAIlEY LANG & CO,, 64 0L IF F B T B E E T , NEW YORK, A k cnta lor t h e sale o l tho B o n d s ________________________________ J a n . 14. d2m j c r t A a O U E E T I As a Piiend of Sumanity CANVASSERS WAITED1 !> w ish to speak Sd. I t g l v c i t w i c e as m u ch t i c k . light h o n iia s o ilsc d ' Od. ft u s e s 33 p e r cent, lose o il. 4Ui,Iti*c ...................... J B S T A V B A G E N C Y A N D I n t e l l i g e n c e Oflice. Clark TOson'a Block, Public Square. Good tenem ent* C s n tsfeed to th o s e rcmpvtng lo H elp procured a n d ittuationa obtained ( o r both m a le a n d fem a le. P a r ties hawing H o -iies t o “ let” or sell wUJ find It to their advantage t o leave tcrzna a n d doccriotilun oi prwmfM* i t ^ t : . n!>;cs. d ^ J S a J. 33. DOJ30H 3, O I T T M A R K E T , NO. 103AR S K NAL 8 T , W H O L S A L E A N D R E T A I L dealers ln a l l kinds o f f P n c s H & S a l t H s a t s , Qak A Bacow, B oulooba i r e p i d B au * aoe &. F bisb A S a i t W a T K n F i s M , * ^ D | M O t b t e iw Jb G a k s is ta i a l i 1 aaaaoN O r d e r s p r o m p t l y a t t e n d e n t o , Dotmnacr ISCT. ________________________ y o l k l i f e i n s u r e d ? The Empire State Life Insurance Co. O fF E B H IMANY BTJPKHJOI! A D V A N T A G E S r o . T u o s E w h o ; w o u l d I n s u r e T h e i r X iives 1 OFFKTE -W A S H IN G T O N HALL, V A T I H T O W N N . t v . J a ME q A . BE L L , Proalclenl, L PADDOCK. 1 WI Vico t*ro»'t. E Z x a c - . r A L L , Sd •• JO H N 8H KLDO^ „ B^ccr t a r y . J . K. Rxfiiu'nor K. 8TA \* RUPK r v n n . p l. p u n r s A M > C t T F L u W f t x H v havo row p o t on h a n 4 tho f in e s t *Morrta<?nt or HRTH a N T R E M ■ MS cotxjlnp in i o b loom . ever o u e r v c lor r a le in ib** cH> au ^ a due areorn n e o tu f -A.I1 O tti^ r PlanY:? All Y o n n and H ealthy. ^ a tbrouvh tho w i n t e r ai) ^ - 0 * o f G U T 'FttO V % |fu8. fo r Funeral and otbe- SPJLi C1^ C r o w e * , and a t i othor d e a l g . » B M 6 tO nrfl^r. ' fl*T* *;;wp s u o p i y o C E L E RY lor t a l l m W t iu c r u s o w h ich ca© be bad & all tim e s . O e t lB d m S - BRAGGEK N o . 8 H igh 6t, Oood Ctnrascr* can make monsw and do good tel­ ling tho. PERKINS & HOUSE PATENT* Non-Explosive Kerosene Lamp. I T CAN NOT B E EXPLODED B; tartlO as Shore of N i t r o G l y c i r e n e O r G u n p o w d e r . «r ^ - j ------- , W« d a m Ior Uil, rcsuikshlo L»nrp our lblAod cui&a at tfias timo, will c o s t only I lot. Abaoloto SoIOtyanfiorAU Clrmrnttaocaa. 80 cexits por <3»r. O u r horses weighed <u ’ ~ 4 *■ about 1,050 p o a n a s e a c h , au d ou t l i i s diet oouijl perfoim v-ery h a x d lab o r aud keop io fine condilion. II t h e . ingredients o l this diet tw> ernm ined, i t 1vi]| Eva louuo that they contain a l l ru|aisiK i fo r suppljing OTery w rant of t h e system . W o h s v e ilso used a n o ther lorm u la font labor d io t., til :— One pound ol oil meal, eight p o u n d s o f oat m e a l, l u a r pounds of oornnieal, and tw e lve pounds of hay. This did very well, b a t w * s not q u i t e i q u s l lo the first, a lth o u g h , generally, i t will coet a little m o re. For a diet w ithout m u c h labor, w e hare found t h o following v e r y good O n e half pound o f o il-m e a l, eight pounds of w h eat bran, a^id sixteen pounds ol b s y . T h is, i t present, would c o s t a b o u t tw e n ty cen ts per day. It|s yropor to sthto t i n t lbo h i j w a s cut and maastencd, th e n t h e other ingredients mixed -with it, u s n tlly s i night, and l e f t lo tbe nex t d sylor f e e d i n g , causing incipient ferm entation. W o i h o a g h t t h i s an a d v a a - Ugo, softening t h e fiber and r e n d e r ing mas ticatlon easier; b u t afterw ards, wo steam ed tbo whole tcgotber and found t h a t a groat improvement. A . little oil meat], each day, to above, osaiats d ig e s tio n , keeps his coat sm ooth, and la i r e i l w o r th Its c o s t as a food. Wo m u s t not o m i t to note a very com­ mon trr-or i n feeding h o rses, w b ich has coat tho life of many s n o b le anim a l-feeding corn meal, or o t h e r c o n c e n trated food slono. Com [ te a l , caton alono, goes i n t o ihe s tom ___ sch of t h o horse m th e solid slate o f a T h e N I M B L E S I X P E N C E B E T T E S bousowdio’s dougii. T o digest thin mass I tho gastric juice m u st p e n e tr a te and crrcu lato th r o u g h it. But, a s this cannpt bo t done, t h e dig e s tin g fluid operates only on tho sur&co o lth e dougtl The Consequence is, that hcfoToit e a n b e digested, lever ol th e atom ^ h is p r o d u c e d , and sometimes death. B u t w h e n tho m e a l is m iiod with c u t hay and lpoisteDcd s o the m e a l adtierr« t3 it, t b e hay separates t h o particles o f n v a l so tho g a s tr ic j u i c o circulates through it like n sponge. C o r n m e a l is qnito h a r m - lesa. e v e n for c o lts, when thus fed. Wo h a v e found tluqformulna o f diet for horses, g i v e n above, Ihe cheapest nnd ’ b est, o n a t r ia l o f years ; but i t will b e Bren that from th e m aterials mcntioucd, a great va­ riety of d i e t s may bo lorm cd w i th the requi-1 sito constituents for h e a lt h a n d slrm g th. O a ts from tlio g e n e ral p r e feren c e given to them a r e usually dearer, accurding to their real value, than s o m o o t l i e r form a cf food containing th e a a m e c o n s titu o n ts, and whou th is is t b o case o th e r s s h o u ld be substituted. ornamental and durable— Xoata a U io-tim o . I pth. I t ctv.a n o odor tn burning— tnmod mover «o I loir. Cili. T h e eifjiQinert* >>t ihune la cipcctaU y irondorfaL 7th. I t 1 j a mcccBln) rival o f ffU a t a irifiifig ox- iroase O P I N I O N S JN IiM B F O F R trT N R ^ T w E N 1‘rot. W , a . Clark. P r e s id e n t of M u t . A g r l. O o l lcnoB * y a : ‘*U ta uon c x p lo?lvn. \The I l|h t t* bot tf. t b a n U iiroitjccfl -y any other lam p , I ncllav* lili t r o e cfonotpy in view 6 ( ib e u a ftty , tho qoallly and qoAAlit? o f lU h t , and tho dtiriW Uty o f t h l a lamp, to t b r o w awsy a d ottirr kind* and a a * thi* o n l y . ” C. T . Jftrltflrm. M. f ) . o l B o if a o . State A saaycr, Safi. **l find I t Leo irom all dinjc«r o f esp loau m . alien cxpoeed t o lbo M v < n > t p w o /i . It* M Dcial in'rodncnoo, ln p lice o f th e uoM fa Ritas lampa, «lll wf* r e tnnch property irom flro a a d p r e t c n t thoct feirfoi e x p lo t io z is, which havo io o f t e n proT*d fatal to Ufa. Tha N e w York Tribune a a y * : \27o other I* per­ fectly s a f e . AJ1 tha points or danerer havo b e e n ao carefully guarded that d isa s t e r li s im p l y an impoa tlb lllty . Tho N o w Y o r k Independent u tn r N o t h in g more seed b o eald to bring th is lam p ai a m c e into pabllc c o a d i le s c o aod U n iversal use. BL.IB8 A LAMB. Gen. Agentw ooT lSw tfdltaw l For N o r thern N. Y W a tartow n . j^ A a x . s a s z z . X i B ! T h e Eaglo M ills are agmln IN RUNNING OTLDEB, A n d ready for tbe m illio n . A l l k m d a o f I F l o u r a n d F e e d , kept f o r Mlc, C heap. U iirH o tto, S i r I o l « l l l x « n t R e a d e r t- It y am wonld bug (tbolce G r o c e r loi tn d P r o r tsion s , w ith o u t any o Utoae A D U 1 T E R A T I O U 8 OB 8 H O R T W R I G H T S , B o c o n tl; aacpotcd b; Uto Now York W o r ld , go to NO. 23 COURT ST. W b erercra win find a FR E S H 8TOCK O F FAMILY OBOGXRIEB. T E S E X I T T E A M , FU C U 3 B T A F I O E S ? O E B A N S I T l U O A R B . O L l A i U I S T i n n B. m O K T D B E t C C O V f l PZOX XJBH, P U 7 X 1 T f i A L T r i 3 R A17D m S A T I , Ever otforcd Is R o t t h o n Now > t tk. G o o d i Ac­ tivated w lthont K ztrt G h a i f t . Teas Ten Per Cent Cheaper! T h o m u i M t o r o i l k t h o C l a COME AND TEST NATS' 8 T A T E M E N T 8 . G E O R G E W . L A W H B I O . M Conrt Street. W itw rtnw n .K .Y . BM d A w tt j g A K E R £ C H I T T E N D E N , Offer lor u i o , the largest and m o gt com p lets A s s o r tm e n t o f P O C K E T C U T M r a Y e m ezM b lted In Northern N e w Y o r k . Bam o bcsatlln l P a tterns, tor HOLIOAY P R B 8 J R T 8 . d e e lt d S s i TH AN TDK U o L O W A y e r’s G & thartic P ills, F a r a l l th .* p a r p o s — o f a I h a i a t i T * M s d i a i n e . U P e r h a p s n o o n m « B - M S e t » U e o s n i r s n s U ; re- W q u k e d b j everyb o d y a s a csth a r tic, n o r v r u e v e r any hef&ro s o rm lveraal- ly ad o p t e d I n t o use, in as, asst ~ i g R S K All o r d e r a kft s t tho P. O. or MTU will receive prom p t a t t e n t io n . Goods delivered Free o t ( art a^eln ih*?cHy. Particular Attention!Paid lo C u s t o m G r i n d i n g . o u b t x s * t r m m . dett-d&wlin '■ Great Excitement! FOR THE CHEAP A T His friends are taking advantaa “ - ^ ------- j r p offer to give them a BENEFI are taking off their \qxes m > f h i s l i b e r a l d b y s c o r e s e o : a r t _______ B Tubs and “Barrels of Sugar^ Bagsjof Tea and Coffees, Jugs and Candles „ - - __________ not been told them. So they go home happy and singing and we hear, T H E ^ E C X a O . ” G r “ It you want tlio best $100 Tea lor 90 cents go to Rickoreon’s. you want good Molasses, for 50 cents a gallon go to Riekoreoim. t d l T ’I f y o u w a n t t h e b e s t J a p a n T e a in W a t e r t o w n f o r r $ 1 . 2 5 g o to R i o k e r s o n s . 15§F\If you want tho best^Oolong in this City for $1.25 go to Ricker- flonB. t ^ “ Or i f yon wont good cheap Teas for 75, 80, 85 o r 90 go to Ricker- sons, t5*r“ If you want tho best and Cheapest Sugars in thisOity go to Rick* 60118. ^ ^ “ If you want tho beet $1.00 Syrup in town or 80 centB goto Rick- eraons , | ^ ” It yon want tho beat Syrnp yoxi ever bought for $1.15 go to Riok- enons. ^ I f yon want to buy packages o f Sugar, Syrup, Teas, Coffees Soaps &c,, at o g s . , s t ^ ^ o j I j &I I o o l t o i ^ I e d b i c 3 a a x o m i i x m x o j , } cb Imvejtolofon* t k t r f t i w t e o i ' t k r w«M1C nv.V tottU ikvexm i«M D tM 4 i» Off®* t O lU b i , Bpcina, indkave - IlM lW t IM t fiUM New t York Prices Where you can find everything yon want in the Grocery line cheaper than the Cheapest Remember the place, B o r t R u n n i n g O r d e r . w w f i w e o x M A i r B w m i H m a r t i F ^ ^ \ ; t- % Best Brawls of Ffmly FlMr, BOOJfWlEBAT FIXHJK, COBNKKAX i l O IMS* *wn:Bnte‘l* t o w e : S T m s j t # r RAtTJSS W e e a l l d t a n t e w i i t l t & r i t M ' i b m m t U - tu r n e d o e s i b a lb f s Ha f V w O l i p t r e Q o i s l u t o (I n We rinll h u u l Kfvo Ousi:om(^riix<iinc • tB d w m F A T T S I 1 IX a H * t''X W W K r W h eat, Hr*, ORti,;O w ii A c . rSfi^Ski1 m w 3 r . .3 H0DHIA1CD I W F O f l IMM, v . Ior C R A K E ’S Tha Elizdr o f Staagtk. A tufa ana a i of ctttv J a r a U J E m m o f * ‘ . r r n f . i r . l . ' . nn -rA a m S in a r f a & l t t t m s t t f & r i M , S h m i l Under the Baptist Churcli. 1). W. R1CEE c AIUJVET STOBE Fox Bale. HOU8K on W u b . A wtoctNcoriiCT of B*k«r, te now ready to Gas F t x taree^ r e iT F u . •n . n i_ — - .< . t * - u H w u sr txra ruf- For Sale. In c o n * € q u ? n rc of tbe recen t death, o f tbo r e sident partner o f tbo f irm , tbo attention o f B u s in e s s m en i s calietl t o the STOCK O F T ub SnoETEsr C ot to tik O- rav * is to lien hj thouaunrts wbo. with common pru d nc'-m’ght live tn ntreen old *go. Why will peopl’ nef oct. a cold ? The great Ab- erenthy pronoun'-«<f nflxrd con^h only one degree |. ss d ng> roua tr>an the nlugne. Yot it 8 ns certainly c o ' trnla.Wo, au readily «•;- tinuu'ahed by the nso of Hale’s Honey of Oorebound »tid Pni. as fire I* b y the play of Croton. Dday not an hour in »pplying the remedy. Itrc-quires but a short time for tho lungu toC''Pgesl; for the-tnberedi to form ; for doittb to eneue. Tho grent specific i s obtetnablo of a ll druggists at 60 j cents sod f l. Great saving by buying largo | size. , ______ - ______ | Dysi bpma is a IlnxBA-HEAiiEi) Mon- > t s b frona which n e a tly a l l \the ills the h u - j m a tt fletla is heir t o ” originate. The Fo-; rnv ian S y r u p , a p r o t i c t e d Eolation of the protoxtde- o t Iron, i i i l a n g ttled and well eptnbllilted hernedy f o r this diitressiBg c c m p lalat; i t h a s cured thoueamla w h a n o th e r r n n e d ici h a v e failed. A t 19 and 71 Oonrt Street O iT e rlrjr a g o o d o p e n in g O ar a c a p a b le b u s in e s s m a n , v s - i t i a m o d e ra te c a p ita l, w is h in g to e n g a g e tn b n 1!- n e e , T H E LE A S E OF THE BTO R E w i l l bo tran sferred If desire i . For particulars en- q u i r e at tb e otorc, it) and 91 C o a rt Btrect- Piraoria Indebted to the umftsisigncd, will pleito call and settle. 8. B. V A N DXJZEE & Cp. jan22dwlw. j ^ d K o o u n r s , A T T E N T I O N , ■ Btrlng beon appointed agents to wholes* e ths New Perfect Plitiag 8 hlel««i Whtle- . b M e C t r s f l t i f srw us novvprep«red to fill ordm prompil;. . H U M 0 . S . M U I I K P B * C O . XQ0TCXW- fkrmorocflfcc- _ any oOfcec. Those who have thatltenxad thsm; those who have — - -------- re a n d Mends, ttdoee always flnltorneglectof its oomnoeititjn.'. iWs b a v o thonsinda npon thou- sands ofcerSflcates of tbrtrTemarttahlo cores of tho fbllt ‘ ‘ \ uvecy, ^ ___________________ ^UtntaxneitiiS' calomel o f any deletcriOMdrng', theyiM ybe taken vritb eafcty b y wyhody. Tbetr no hann ean arise tom thoir nsejn My quantity. Thev operate try tholr powcrftrl isllueooo on the internal vladers to pmiiy theblood md stbnuIMo it - Into healthy action—remove Ihe obstructions of the stomach, bowels, Uvsr, and otter orgina pf thb body, restoring their Irregular action to health, and bvcorrccttaFwhenworlhs; exist, such derange­ ments as are the first origin of disease. Minnto directions are given in tho wrapper on Ihe box, for the following complaints, which these pjlt* rapidly cute:— Fot D j i r i taW - KmdUgcatlm, I.«t«l(iaa> a m , S i i E i i S m a K * a » l « A n M I t s , t l i e r should be taken moderately to stinudate tbo stom­ ach and restore its healthy tope and action- For t t r s r Oarngm larf and t o yarioua aymp- toms, W l a w Htaafiai cMe, I H i l i M s W c t a , A m a f ilca or fitie e a filclaMaa, W U s a s C o lic and BUtoau K o v e r e , they shonld be jn- aSion’or remoreSSttmSractona^i^tt'cMsoltf4 Ibr DyaoaMwjr or XMaavrkeea, but ono mad dose is generally required. For M m a a t t a , G o a t , G r s r e l , F e l a i - aaaiea o f t h e ■ s a x , n l a la t h e Sloe, B a c k and I s t a s , they abonld be continuously taken, as required, to change the diseased action of the system. Witt eubh change those complaints disappear. For D r a iw a g f ^ r c M M t cSiSS* w i s e r — — •— \ . jftaa ta m— i.daa takiiiiSj ' ■■ wH a e a ittahllr mattaxqr UbaAcbeor van*- m u m tothltataa. at ta- art Vdl: anpid hiaL - ^ss^’aSbB&r1 FALL Boots & Shoesfor the Million Webb ty Chidester9 28 COURT STREET, IVATERTOWIT, N. Y . Bave tho Lararest Asnortmenf of BOOTS and SHOES for Fnll Trade in the State. They .call special attention to their Kip and Calf Soots , OF THEIR OWN MANUFACTURE, ALL S A N D MATVEI AND WARRANTED. |3g\ Don’t iki' to Call and Examine them. . D r o p s y and DswpeOcaa MayelllaHS Grey should be tjucmta U q e u d freqnept doses to pro- as'ltpreducwtfi^^rt^SSet dace tho.effect af adiastto puree. For ■■Mweaeijm a lane dose should b* taken s it produces the dHUM dtect by agrtnpUhv. Aa a pinner I’m .take oce o r t w o f w s t o pro- moto digeaUoo ami nitavst the Momacb. t . Au occasional doss sthtmlites the atomach and D M , d f. C . A t M M A C O ., P r w e H e a t O t a M U k i,ow*x<if M A * a„ v . a. a . Soft at WatwttvroibT T, fl. puap, * C o „ N.». mMo, TkSM. A.yaelr, ;and;dru*Blato overywbara' JsuWdSat-wiww- h up W iai^iok; 'sfifc^.irafertiiYH, s . i . We. t h a M n i i in Tharket. Persons jeefcing ■inmlmeda w R dowdl Ham %& hfcrc purchtamf. We fiawfor MWMW^lilieduiit delivery, Misaoioi^W^ley^ailrcad ‘ Bonds, int. tj.w c£nt,,foi4, Do Ton Want A ROYAL STANDARD, DOUBLE W ARP ALPACA, * DAVIS & BARTLETT’S. Do you want a Grand Dutchess Alpaca, go to DAVIS & BARTLETT’S Do you want a “Lyon\ Alpaca, go to DAVIS & BARTLETT’S Do you want a Dragon Alpaca, go to DAVIS & BARTLETT’S. Do you want a Glaze Cord Alpaca, go to DAW S & EAktLETT’S. Do you want anything in tlio line of DRY GOODS,^CARPETS and OIL CLOTHS you can always find the best tlio market affords, and the prices right, at . No. .12 COURT! STREET. • i • - is* . ^ -v»i-, • ■ ’ ; ^ , ; / ‘U Remember Our PlalfdiM: Louis. Bmds,inLT.jwt cents yeld, B m l r m S B o n d s e r C d t t m r d b y t h ^ Slate'of Jtftibafnd, int. tTjptf cent., ; gold. ~ r , \ : P o tsc f o m ' & W a t c r t o v r n '^ a n d S Borne, Watirtcnon d t Op&endrurgA- j Bailrdadm M o r tg a g e . \ Council iBbafi Atnl .SBt. JbaepK I Bailroad Co. jRoids. % Lewis, Co, Jjbm ,t JSmia, m d Jiff *;; .ferson County Jifmd^Jusnng 7 jwr « cent, currency dnlencst, cwiff otfar « securities. Ji ■ Covemoncnt -Bond#, sruLifo vari­ ous Pacific JBadroad Companies Mortgages, aH^allf/tcSbc^sin. any market , furmftgi appbceHon. I Persons dosinny to sell or as- j dhatfge GfoucMipieiitsfof other Bonds I can do scr on tii&mstfii'watic terms $ at this ofiice 1 ^ ^ ■? Accounts (fJnk-vidmd*, ComfXt | and fiQipQtfoh&naJ iridf JAberal Tei'ms. - t ^ Cm iiftcatci) Temur %'w4mq\inler» •') est 1 st. Always to give our customers the wdrtli of tlieir moneys 2 d. Never to misrepment an article eoid. ^ ('f Sd. Bhorfc Credit and Long Friends. - ;<f i ‘ D A V I S f a B A . sold - _____ i Coilecfiotu jM f i f y & m d m e h t f r c « rriwy '.v-M \'-tvt'j'VA-jy'

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