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XBUllnoTyVWiUinery irRmijrory ! M rs . A. E . S eab L, has just returned, frcm oikl'try- »uh thu Cbolcoet and finest varle ttofMUHntry Goodi \ssfsx offered; in|tho city, eon rf. powers, JAccivabd Laaa Edges, Jockeys, Borne r'^reoiidincB (or Tett‘, Crapo. ic. In tact, *Teirttinte muaUy found in a Vint Class Milliners Store oan lioionnd at No. 25 Axcudo, direct:; -T&, Arcade B d trance. Ladles, It will pay you tor pending im” UL bt of itaire to examine this choice Tuonest utl'Towere, and we are bound to sell, a Don't forget the pluco, at No. 25 Arcade, np stairs, * ai>2ffatf fg- Kaoarlae tor the llaL for sale by all Diu .gists. T-^omto Divorces Iefcs11y obtained in New York, Indiana, Dllnols and o'hex Statea, lor personi (rom any Btato or country, legaVevorywbere; desertion, greakennessnon-BapporL. etc. safflcient cause: no rmnlidty; no charge until divorce obtained. Advice lre0, Buslnoss established ttltoen years. Aildreas __ _ N- UhiUBK. Attorney, mJldSm ‘ \ No. *13 Nassau St. New Yolk dty. H o l l e r ’s N o r w e g l s m r o d l i v e r O il la as objectionable to the taste aud smoll, lt is more reultly taken by delicate persons and children, is mnre easily avsimtlated, and is productive of more jjynedlate benefit llun otbcr kinds of oil are. DB-J. M arxoh Sms says: “For somo years I bad stven np the nse. of Cud Liver.,DU altogether; hut rince mv atientton was caUedbyDr. Sayre te Peter Noller'a Cod Liver Oil, I bave nerecribed it almost sally and have every reason tobe perfecOy satisfied W ltiV' * sold tivall Druggists. Apr.BdSm em gasarlne for Abe Hair for sale by all Druggists. Annalto-- ®- I-*wis 4 Co. have mado arrange mentB with one of tbe largest and most rellsble'Itn- porting Klrral of Annatto ln New York, on snch fa­ vorable terms, that Uiey can sell to Merchants aud cheese I actory Aginte. et ae low prlcee ss can be purchased of any Wholesale Jobbing House ln New York. All persons wishing the article will do well io call on thorn before purchasing elaewhere. No. 3, Washington Flaco, Watertown, N. Y. rpo T H E P U B L IO . Of Auburn, N. V., would announce to the Xadies of Watertown and vicinity, that Bhe is prepared to do all kinds of F issionable D bkss -M arino , in all its branches. SlT Rooms ovor Bannister'B Store, Clark \ WiBon’s BBoET\ ~ may lt d - ‘ t T b TMOTT’S FIIENCH POWDKBS. Will cure infiammatlosand disease of ihe kld- «eya gonorrhea, gleet, etrictnree, and all urinary dleesic*. nervous debility, ringing ln the oars, sem­ inal emissions, lo- a of vigor, canted by Indiscretion In youth, excesses. Sc. lemale wcakneee, womb diseases, ecro ulo, skin dtecasee, syphilis In all its forms, causing sore throat and nose, pant in thn tones, o'd tores, eruptions, Ac. speedily cured — Balsam Copavla and Mmcury dleearded Sold In If star town, N Y. by N.‘M. 8mUb, Dragglet. Price | 3 per box. Sent bv mall on rec'l of price IcbPddl y T jPP L .Sfl, O B A N Q B 3 tc U n O N I, O XX B A . IP 1 pplea, jyiC—Thc Psmoua 1 Ah 111 AL. 1h ' ARABIAN COF- y i l Dealers are eipcctaJly interested Ln calling at thi NOW Block Tea, Grocery and Fruit Store of V . I . B U B B A B S . 79 B a rrels B a n a l Apples, 90 Boxes Orai fes and Lemons M b >> w- A . ZiOwnisZs. FASHIONABLE # Cloak and Dress Maker,. Trimmed N. YS^ All of the latest etylcs of Pttlcma pirns, kej>t coDftonil; os hand, at 1*0. 16 Areado Watertown, H . P . LABIFH IIA H , HAH NOW OFKNBD A / Plumbing, Gas Fitting, and 1 F U R N I S H I N G S T O R E At N o . *0 Oourt Stx-eet, W a tortown, r Old Chancellors He-Bronred sod made as 1 as r* ow. Orders sollcdhd aud promptly atten- to- Call and see Wotk. G UFFHOIF’S OODI-1VBH DIIA’OBES (Sonar Coated Fills of Cod Liver ExtracL A pertcct subetltpte loy Cod Llvor OU, moro offl- racli 'os, more economical, and Iroo from all It* dlt- ixna ble qualities, used tn English, French and A , , , * an Hoip’tnJs, and highly recommended J>y tho MeA hal Faculty hero tnd tn Snropo. A pamph- j,, further pmrtlculara aud many emphatic tes­ timonials hum eminent physicians, who havo used ho m, set at <•\ application. The foil 'owing le s specimen of the reports recolve rtiiis <v nn tbo*o wbo qso tbexu. __ ^ Qormantowiu Tcno. March 19. 1870. Wee n re \ ^«d, bOUthcrlOJld, A Co —CDtg U 1 If I thn roa shiS connaccd Jbat ike Drw'ce* i(« ■ « • « » * « swarodly viva tho thing mos. w)|() nslng yonr Drag ecs turnorrSa&a, I* restorid fo htnngtA e ruUsratttm of m m fomr U 1 -rmty. £ U. McKAT, M. D. ia ie rto h m T l H E t lN D t X . First Page—Miscelhanr, Btorlcm, Bkelehee nnd t'ootry. co ud Pugte—Edltiorlaii, Ckmmunlcatltms, Current Toplce ahd Ferehnal aosslp. ' TJblral Page—Local ColnmnvBasludseKoticee, Pu egrpphic News, and Markot Roporis. Fourth Pa«o-Toa-tahlo-Chnt. Hnmorooe, Do- nestle. Social and Newey. -5 Acc.orilipg to the new time table, on nnd afti r Monday, passenger trains on tha R., W. and 0 . R R. will run as follows:— Running South, 8:10, a. ra.; 12:08, p. m.; ■1:20, [*. mj; North, 7:50, a. id. 4:20, p. m ; 8 : 20 , p. m., Saturdays. Trains from tlio South wiil arrive, 7:RS, a. tu ; 3.67, p. m ; 8:20, p. m.; from the North, 11:48, a. in.; 4:00, p. m. 4dM‘ W. W. S oobpi 4; Co. Pabliebens' Agents. Tribune BoUdlngs, N. Y.» are authorised to contrict for advertLeiCK in our paper. BTA.QE8 IsBAVH^WATBKTOWW *er I^wvilleand Caithag® at 6:50 a. K.&8-5D P.O.- FocCope&has&n and Lowvillo 8:*5i. m c. CLoamEuex. A sxnt . Util con- . mdfiuh, but It < remarkauL \ou C* .*6*P<C5^ rgy- A ll ordtrs ad d r e s s e d to N N Smith. W h o lo aa^ lgonL w U ] recoave proa-*?1 a t lsn tlon .-opidam n'R K JhFFEIitON C4.'*JN'1'Y S A V I N G S ’ .B A N K , Corner of W aeM »r*o» fc B tone lltii. Will pay Ita depositors an all deposl'a mado ho fore tho 10lh of July next, lnrarmt »t the » J percent trom ths lot of July, 18T0, avidon dopoaus made between July 10th tod Octobsr Wth. ^ P»J lntemt at tno laxnoTRt- from lho Utof Octobe 1 .. on depoaita ibada between Jinnftry lOih u i * \ 10th. 1871, win pay Inleroat et «amo r»fe» n iUi tut iitl of AprlL lV71. The lntemt wlU be pild or afided^ lo dcpoelt*-^ terming part oT the principal—on the lpt of January andJulyv — - — - KB sum* tecalTei tatmS cent* to $3,000 00. A. M, FABWlLU Prcrld^nt. P h B D K M K B S O N . Vice P r e a ’t. G BO R G B H. 8HJERMAN, Bec’y. E O B B R T h . 8H RBM AN , Treae. T. Camp, A. M. ParwelL, B. B. Upbam. Jno. L. Baker, R. Ten Eyci, Fred Kmereoo. D. W. Baldwin, L E. Flak, DIRXOTOH9 : • Robert Laming. Gilbert Bradford, fl. uooper. Ward Hubo&rd, Q. ti. Bberman. Jno. A. bhortnan. R R. Huuccrford, Georgo B. rhelpa. aprilSSawtl D b . jr. H. FATTKN’S Great Electric Cures, Try Them. Tho Groat Electric Paralytic Flatter. ’Thia Is a esfo and snro Cure for Paralysis and Bplnal Complaint, ln all its forms. Also. Imme Sldss, Back and Stomach; Lame Shoulders, Hips, and Rheumat­ ic Complaints: Also, lor Numbness, and Fains ln tie Hand* and Fe«t- Ths O r e st E lectric Rheum atic L in i­ m ent. » turn euro lor Inflammatory Bheumstitm and al Rheumatic Complaints, Neuralgia, Bplnal Affections,Sore Throat, Bruises, Strains, Frosted Limbs. Ac. curs* Headache Immediately, Toothache 'Oramps, Colic, Blanbcea and Dysentery. O r e s t .Tllactric Oa.-ThlB Brest Discovery fc warranted ,*o core Boro Throat, Coughs, Colds aud CronpandBroL'W^dlfflcultn*, _ , car Sold bv I* tWls & Co. And Camp A.Massey. ‘ -anarobmdWO ------- = ---- -Gold, 115 —Eitras. to-day. ________________ —Pettilfc Btih on thie move. —Weather cool and jileasant, the finest of the season. Kate Re’gnclds plays Robinson Orusee to-night at Washington Hsil. —Fenians at work four miles over the line — see dispatches. — Or. Viscelius at the Kirby Bouse s few lays longer. Oallsoon. — Literary Association meeting this eve? nmg at the Institute, commencing at half past 6 even. Finestrawberries, first of the season, st tho Tea and Coffee Btoro. Grand display, sailing-fast, call soon. Three hnndrcd Fenians gono north to Malone this morning, and still tbey aro coming. We received a paper to-day, printed not a thousand miles distant, that does nc t contain the word Fenlin, That editor, ought to go to Canada. Three cigars s d s j will kill & man in 108 years. A man has just died st tbat age from the use of tobacco. Bew aro, young man. Industry will make a purse, and fru­ gality will givo you a string to he it This purse will coBt yon Dothing. Draw tho strings ss frugality directs, snd yon w il) al- wsys find a penny it the bottom. —To night is Misi Reignplds benefit aod farewell. Let the Hall bo filled An im­ mense bill will be given for Saturday n ight the last mgbt of lho company, consisting ol the Irish drama of tho *■ Emerald Ring” snd tbo“Fort5r Thieves’’ Seats secured it W a term an & Perrys. —The man who last evening at the caused the pub'ic inquiry to be made coming the telegraph operator, wss a gen­ tleman from Copenhagen, who during tho afternoon, had been sending messages to- New York. He wanted to burry np the re­ plies, as be bad got to get bourn is soon u possible. The inquiry was perhaps ill right enough, bad it not been lor the mili­ tary part of it As soon as the peopl-s heard there were military orders to be re­ ceived, they were ill in an uproar, as might naturally be supposed, undor tho circum­ stances ind the Fanian excitement. Tbe military men, who soon appeared, were in search of a young man who failod to show h mself st tbo armory, to do duty. They found him at Jast, causing grest ex­ citement and ingbtening women and chil­ dren. _ —The entertainment at Washington Hall, last evening, drftw a well-filled hOise, and Frou Fron, or the “Girl of the Period\ was admired by all. She Is a light hearted, gay, firivoioua, coquettish creature, who is courted and married by a Count, who ad­ dresses his suit to her father and sister.— After marrisge, sho is thesame lighthearted rattle beadtd thing, forgetting ind neg­ lecting home, children, husband aud faml ly duties generally. The Count sends for ber sister to look a^ter household matters After contracting new loves, Frou Frou suddenly comes toa sense of het conduct, and has a momentary qualm oi conscience, then becomes the victim of jealousy, fancits her husband loves her sister, goes into a passion, enacts a “scene,’’ and runs awiy with another Count to sunny Italy, ud becomes his mistress. The husband fol­ lows the runaways, and McFarlandlres the seducer ol his wife, and returns to Franco, .determined to banilh from his heart all for­ mer love and memory ol hts wife. Like East Lynne, she repents, makes her way back to France to see her child, meets her husband, is forgiven, and dies. The excitemeent that pAvwiied in the Hall, , at times over \military matteri\ made It somewhat unpleasant, and we would here suggest that those who made such disturbance wiil be cautious hereafter. Fenians will not hirm any any ono tn this section. To-night the company w ill pre­ sent the great.burlesque ol \Robinson Cru­ soe.” H T ’O eioxn OF THE It is currently reported, and we suppose truly that the firo at Dexter -was caused hy the , explosion ol the non-explosive kerosene oil «r burning fluid, now being recommended to -the public as absolutely non-explosive We shall be glad to bear that our informa- tiou in incorrect, hut at the present writing have no especial reason to distrust its uccu racy. This leads us to devote a little space to a brief explanation of the oil, and of kerosene itself. Wo saw ’ the following <jx- periment tried with this so called non-ex­ plosive oil the other day, viz: The top of a large lamp was taken off and being about hajf full oi oil, was lit in ths open part of xhe lamp and burned with a steady round b l a z e om of the top. Wilh a can of oil the srentleman experimenting with it, filled the lamp through this blaze. T|ie fire follow­ ed up tho stream of oil to the spout of the can, and burned about tho nozzle while he ■was filling tbe lamp. It being filled in this manner while burning with the top off, without any wick, he removed the can, blew .out the blaze from the spout of the can and also f i o m the top of tke lamp, put on the fixture to the lamp, lit the wick, put on the chimney, anfttrere wAtr no possible danger to be apprehended. W e were relating the circumstance to a dealer in oil, and he re­ marked that he could do all that witli com' cnon kerosene oil. He said the oil was not explosive but the gas originating from it wai That oil in a cold state could be set on fire in that way without danger, It was only when it was hot that a gas was generatedTrom it and that was explosive. Ln other words the gas waa explosive but B Y ' T E L E U R A P l f . TBIS MQRNINGP8 REPORT AFTERNOON DESPATCHED LATEST KJWM .THE. FRONT, an engagement will donbtless take place rtie-oil-vns-TOt,-an d-that-it-reoiAined—to-be- -9®®°- eeen whethor this refined oil or fluid wben Lsx'ated would not generate an exploaive gas When tho nows of the Dexter fire reached us ih connection with EBe ciuse (flits ori\ gin, we.-felt.it .was duoiaihe.poMmtliAt make this statement, not to injure any ones trade, but th&t the peoplo' may have all.tho knowlege on the subject procurable. W e have used the refined oil f r several evenings with mnch satisfaction, as indeed we formerly did the common kerosene oil. W o had hoped, moreover that a guarantee bad beqn touod against its explosiveness. But with this Dews before us we must needs sxxspepd judgment ln tho matter till wo learn more (ally about it. f^FEAnav L e t t u c e . — Charles Wilson of tho e»stcm part of our city, presented us a plato oi early lettuce, yesterday, raised without the aid of artificial heat, which is tbo largest tee h«ve seen grown out of a hot bed this year. He has‘certainly got the start ol us, and we thought ours pretty well along for purely out of door growth. ESfBBAunnjx P 108 .—John Watts, of our city drove past our door, recently, the finest litter of pigs we ever inspected. Tljey were' as white and clean ai a pealed onion, fat as Churbs. Ho sold the ten for one hundred dollars, and the party to whom ho sold tbem was, in a few honrs afterwards, oifrred two hundred. If they live and con tinue to thrive they will take the Art pre­ mium At and Fair, State or Ooaoty. . W amjington , 27. . . Afrscus occurred at Arlington Hotel j The ' Fenian's Apparently. Routed. lisfnight, between Captain John Ooduian, j _ . . . ... ’who isheic oppcsingLynch a shir p'.og’ lull and Gen. ifcglcy, member from l ’ittshurg, , inaanversatlon r^ardmg the bill, the lie | was given by'Codman, when Nepdey stiuck'i him, snd Codman follow.-il it up by i-n- j deavoring to cane Nigley. j The House uppropriutimi 1 ommiUee, which has been considering (or som e days past, charges prepared a g a i n s t the t ’ o s t Master General, in the matter ot awardiug contracts for stamped envelopes-and wrap­ pers in violation of the law, bas iltcided to recommend that.the recommend that the contract be set asi^e . ond that a new c o n - traot be made for thcs 8 ar;iclis. There ia a report current that ;i allega­ tion of the opponents ot the Northern Pa ctflc rajkoad bill, including Republicans and Democrats, will call upon tho Presi­ dent to-day, to endeavor to persuade him to veto the bill. • The President has already intimated his intention to sign it. N ew 'Y ork , 27. The annual conference of the African Methodist Church of New York held its closing session at the Bridge Street Church ih Brooklyn, yesterday, Bishop Campbell presiding. A special to the World from Malone says ( f Yon Cilled Us sKT) Hxsx We Are, with $20,000 worth of Hen's and Boy's cloth­ ing. Onr Stock' of rosdy made clothes aro all bought for cash at a great deduction from aotnal ooat which onablee ns to sell far below market valuo, and “ Well do it,” now all who desiro to buy good clothing for less than it is w-orth, are invited to call at No. 1 4 Court 8 L tinoonlv mid original Race A Hubbard’s cloth­ ing Hall, in the Ktato. Keep yonr oyea open ojnd ««r the good and 03co fitting suits wo manufoci nre to order R ace A H ubbard . I-eta of fktco Bros &. do. No. 14 Court Ht. 24dwlf Watertown N. Y. jy F o tN n .— A Port Monlo found a low days since at the one prico Corner Sturt. g fN e w styles of Hoop Bkirts, st low priccsjust recived at the one price Corner Store. W lex Cream at the New Railroad Dining Rooms. 24deodlw JSpELALLonAN&OoiwBOThave just re­ ceived a Largo stock of Teas, Coffees, and Sugars, which they sell cheap for cash.— They also have tiinfourth's non-explosive fl aid for sale. A \S' I c e .C beam at the New Railroad Dining Booms. 24deodlw BoABDtwa. —A Gentleman and Wife or two single gentlemen, can find good Booms and Board ixx a pleasant part of the eity by apply­ ing at thus office. 23 a3f 23 ’HT P asttjbe .—Good Pisture for theses son for f> Cows at $16 per head. Apply to 24dlw ». X*. Hatxk. h a i r d y b , D a r c H t L O U ’t TKla anlunAlA [I.j. , ‘TO |§ TtlO IlSlt ill ttfi W0ri|l< I red, nor Sny vitatic poitou . °. grodqee ti oath* A> old tbe vuantcd dU e lusivo ., 'wees, Tho genafyo Drnvjins a .p-.'Hexl nt No. Ifl BontJ Bt. Now rots KovSMly _____ - __ _ ____ _ (jrm s b iL k i l x b . OFPIOB B AMOVED TO J. TO. DODGE’S OITY KIUT MARKilT, wkr'to otdSrs can b« left *nd h« prompt aitonti on. __ R. 0. FIJLLBK. . noldtf p A I l f T i r i O j W A R B L IW O , . G r a iu in g & P a p e r- l cm prepared to do all kinds of Pain:— lie, M«bQM Ac. la Imitation of Black __ Oax, Ash, Butt ernnt. Mahogany. Boeateood, <fcc. witli aach accuracy SI tn moke them appear Like the Native Wood, work I defy .MkylldSm GTFon Sale.—House and Lot No 17 Mechanic St. Enquire at 8 . B. Hart, No 50 iSiblio Square 26dlte (fW anted.—A girl wsmted, to do general biouBcwoTk, enqnire at No 12 Arcade, Warner & Clark. dtf Letter from Dr. Edw’d 8 . Lansing ormerly of this city: VnrxLAirD, N abob 18th, IffTO. N. M. S bitr , Esq.—I have, rued Dr. Blntes** prep- $W° Bold Robbbhy near Liuerick.— On thd night of the 85lh. at n.ao. tfdock,') about s mile and a half from Limerick, to­ ward Perch R iver village, Mr. Harris Gelt- lib, of Syracuse, a gentleman who owns a horse snd wagon,' and has been selling in this county for tbe past eight yeara snd who was on his way to Limerick, was attacked by tWJ ruffians, ons a large fleshy man, grayish .clothes, and the other common sized, who jumped npon hi* wig- on, seized him by tho throat Baying, “We want your money ot y m life.\ H e told them he bad no money, whereupon they used profsne language in the worst possi­ ble manner and struck him,, marking his lace*badly- He waa then hauled from the wagon to tho ground, and off the road into ’he bushes seriously—injuring his person. On s sit npon his head, face down, wbilo the searched Mr, G . tearing his'clothes .lmnat off, and. at lu t found his W 86 ll1* had seven dollars In Mother whicfr failed to get ta. No r a t w s ie * i«u y*t beertonhfi wwudi fo? ifrreai. < jjn ggq|- uaUon of Ehobarb, tad h&'re foonti It mora efficient fciidntfir other oxtrmct o! tUe mud. ?'tieemlts$f«ct acquisition to tbe i^rofeeeion, inti caaulolr recom- tsicnd It for Cunily tue. I hope it wffl be Introduced txrio m ion lhe ioUojriog msout» _ lit. Ktrabarb fteelfU ooe of the beot-ogentt known fior Cflffectihg tilettnrTntircn esctlBi! awa mild u»ic ud attcratlvet . W-.'Ttxe •flBtxk’’ _fr a moev socceaatol extract of Bn« Tlrtnes of Lhe drag. ' Sd. It wtll 'dlaploce msay rtle Irritstinv compounde mow vended, tbst do more Injcry thaxs-wood by tbeir frequent repetition and poisonous qualities. low s . S.L ajvbxks . The Fenians are orderly, and are on ex­ cellent terms with tha people aiocg -the line, although considerable apprehension is felt L - The. commlsBinnera oi emigration mot to­ day at Castle Garden and trsnaactcda con­ siderable amount of routine business A donation of $500 was made to tho two emigrants who so persistently prosecuted the scroundrals recently convicted before tho Court of Sessions. • . PrrrsBrHo, 27. The corner-stone of tho first German Ma_ sonic Hail ever erected in the United States, was laid yesterday In Alieghany city. Members of Ihe Grand Lodge of this State ware present. Major-General Meade having accepted an invitation to participate in laying the corner stone of,the Soldiers’ Monument ia this oity, on Monday next, a mooting ot tho Western Division of the Pennsylvania K^^ro Association was held last evening, tnd a delegation ol one hundred members appointed to receive him on tho line of the Pennsylvania railroad, and escort him to the dty. W ASUINCTOK, 27. Messrs. Horace F. Clark, Augustus Schell, and A. Fairchild, of New Y ork, and Mr. Chapin, ol Massachusetts as a Com­ mittee ol tho Directors and stockholders of tho New York Central Railroad Co., have bad a long conference with Commiesioner Delano and Solicitor Smith, of the Revonue Bureau, in relation to tho ioag pending and important question of tko i&xes on the dividend or profits of tha rosd. The New Vo. k Central declared a dividend, or at least addul to the stock held an increased valuo of 80 per cent, on tho original gsuc or value, making in point of fact, a total dividend of about $23,000,- 000 for tho past six or eight years. The tax of 5 per cent, on this amount is a little ovor $ 1 , 100 , 000 , and the company have been assejsed to pay this tax. It is to bave this tax. remitled that tlie above named gentlemen called on tbe Coin mis sioner and bii law ofli.'er. They claim that it was not a dividend, r.or an increase of Capital etock, but merely s promise to pay stockholders this amount at somo fu­ ture time. Tho Commissioner holds that tho taxes as assessed sre due, and it is un­ derstood will so render his derosion in a few days. Tho company, of course, threat­ en to appesi to the Secretary of the-Treas­ ury, and also to tho Courts, before they wilt pay, N rw Y o r k , 27. Steamer Caledonia, from Glasgow, ar­ rived. A special stys that when Gen. Gleason crossed into Canada near Maldne yesterday, he had wilh him 2,000 men, aod that he haa since been largely reinforced. He now occupies a position 4 miles beyond the lines. He is entrenching strongly, and confident of holding his position. News has just been received that after the arrest and confinement of Gen. O'Neill, Major General Samuil P. Spca^vras ap­ pointed Commanderin-Chief, and, pro­ ceeded at once to \issue his orders, in the face of Msnbal Foster. General Spear will endeavor to crors the Canadian border at some point not heretofore attempted, or reinforce General Gleasoo, who is now In the enemy’s country. This statement is try' authority. The privates express great di&satisliction with General O'Neill. Some say that ho is tpo young to plan and too inexperienced to extents; snd that bo is both practically and theoretically incompetent. T orostj , 27. Gcu. GL-i.m is in cammatd ol the Fo’ Dians in ihe vicinity of Hunticgville, who are well armed. Thu Canni'an forces are assembling, and active preparations going on (or alight. Tho troops have been order­ ed back to Pigeon Hill in onticipalson oi further truuble there. ^ A,Smail force of Gcniant appeared at Island Pond. • — All quiet on tbe Niagara and Detroit frontier. Tbe Fenians near Trout river commenced 'ui attack this morning, but were rapidly driven back across tha lines. .The Fenians at Huntington and Trout river got out of tbe wry as fast as possible, after the firing commenced, leaving wound­ ed bohind. ^ - -Gen Gieason-h*agone baok to New York in disgust. Gen. Starr is assuming charge. N rw Y ore , 27. Steamship Bavaria, lroqi Breman, haa ar- ved. B o s t o n , 27. Nathaniel Willis founder of the Portland Argus and Youth's Oompaion, and for many yearr editor ol tbe Boston Recorder died yesterday, agrd 90 years. , 8 t A hiars , 27. The only Fenians that leffe-for- home last evjning were the Burlington Boys, the rest remaining. Men and officers seem to be. without money. thousand dollars Fenian funds, with him, but this is doubted. Generals Spear, Gleason and Prim, who arrived here this morning, have been In cIoao consultation. Gen. Spear hss just' ordered the men to go into eucampmetat 2 oi 3 miles from here. O O M M ' l i l l t S J I A Li. New Tork Stock and BBon«v RUrlcBt- mpobted roa a. r. rannoca A po’J isxx. Nsw K obe , May, ff), 1870. Strong. U.S. 61 ‘ 6-20 coap. '63 119# U.B.6’8 6.90 c o o p .‘64 111* U.S.O'b 6-90 coap. '66 11) * do N e w le s a o .. . . 119* C.&O 't 6 S) coap. '87 114* a 8.0> 6.90 coup. *88 114 10-40 jtcg U t t r o d .?.. 10774 UMfrftajKHUi 108/4 Virginian ox. coap . 6 UI 4 iuu tt'$ now ............. 0 a T'cnn. o*s ox cou p ... 61 do new 67 Mteeoorl sixes. . 94>4 W ells, FarKo A C o . . 6dnm$ Sxpreas .. s . 63J4 Ami ricxn Bxpress.. U. S. KxpreM W. u Trail Padtio iph Q.AM. Oorts 80/4 \s. y,o. a a mum*. N. Y. Oentcsl. scrip 90* Erie ...................... 93 h ttrlo, preX. ................ 48 Heading ................. 106/4 Hudson Hirer t J— Chicago .sod Alton.. 110* do do prof U8 k Mich. Oontrsl. .. .15U* Lake Shore ........... 68* Toledo A Wabash... &>* K- 49 T. H .............. S3 A. 49 T. H. pref....... C6 lUlnoli Central ....... 140 dore.* Pitts...... 108* ..SkitiChicuto an(9H. 1 110 * 89)ftCitifBgo and N. W... M. W.pret 89$$ pyJEAJffCHIiAP, A N D D fiE A B L H [ 1 8 7 0 / F E N C E Wo ure new Xl&Hjiif'tLac-n^ lUe aUjvo at>:e ol r^ncicg. from Uuuffi 6uuud \VhHe-Pme. Tnoraiif u^e pluned, li cl <•» wtdo, inchi’s tblt't, bevol vti at cacti euu, r«idy lur upacjug, and tiorad eo tba. ihe pickets stood 2* iivctiee upftii rickote 9 I’uct H incnee loofij, 1 4 anu inrhte tn -Uhinet* Ttile icnQO ia ilnistiocl cumplcvv, ail ready to put tuaethtr, and eold for S2.85 Por Rod- Order* f'*r aiiyumount lUicd at oiscc. a* wt* ttocpn Urts «iock ou tiand. Pumps and wTatcr-Pipo tuuetiiaUy onhana. iJ. U. BAKCOCK a son MajOdwlm. \s nurtowfl, N Y. CilOOJL COIt&DUSIKONBR^NOTlCR S' Tho Tcacberp 61 Common bchoola 1 n tho 3d Dls ir)ct of Jeffcreon Connty are reqaostod 10 moot tht School Cumralspinner at Clayton, Htoac iLllu. Joiie 1$L; Thcccs; Jane 4th: Alexandria Bay, Juno 7th; Three Mlti Bay. Jano 9th; Cape Vincent, Jane llth. It ia expected that every leacher In the District wil attend, at leftsi, one ol those aiccilng - tocommeuo a* 1 o'clock p ni. 14. R MOK^S, School Commissioner. 'pBAOSBRET BIBnTING. Meetings lor Lho instruction and BuppIem.eo- inry erumnntion of thfl Teactiera of the First Com tntesioucr Clstrict cf JclTtreon Cpanty, w N be hek &e follows. Friday, May 97th, at Adams Center. M od day May Horn, atMannsvllle Monnay, June 6th, at ^odman. v Tuesday. Juno 7tn, ht Worthvilk Friday,-Jotiel^tb, Limertqk. Malurday. June nth. ai Ssckcta llarhor. Friday, J udo 17tti. ai Lorraine. ' 1 | 7 0 . & SUMMER “ C Second A rrival Seasonr I'-INE ENUUNU SGOTCH:AU4 .VffKUI- «jur ^ ( / o a t 'm g s & O a s s 5 im e ir ^ s : 1 n great Variety. Thi LARGES f and BEST s RuECTED Stack overbcought tp tlusMjftrltefc S tre e te r & H a r e f o rd. |l • • . »» • wur We have Beoured the Borvieea of aeverid ^1 NEW YORK JOURNEYMEN, CQAT & PKNXMAKEBSr/ . * ■ s - • » ‘ * DIRECT FROM THE BEST^.r ' C u s t o m H o f f s f e s IN THE Some say O’Neil has one or two hundred’ All TcacIavh nlCnmmup-fichooUJij ih!» Dtsirla A --u' 1 ta : c a . —UK Ki™ sreexpecedto bo present at some ono of iheseme*! logs. MajiWw9l pre-cot at some ono of these meeft A. fi, COOLEY, School Coo. the F O B S A L E . r>08IN,E88 arrangements In another part o( U co an try, render the salo of my property desira­ ble; It li therefore otSordo fora short time, at a low pi4dOv * - — • - — The lot contains abont 8 acres of choice land, sur* minded by Lwnde, Dartaon. Mtmson. ‘ anti Kim Street $, which by referonco to coonty maps, can bo ceon Is lasceptlbto of boing cli tnto 19 FltTti BUILDING LOTB !\ Loavtnw one aero to tho Qomcsto$<L‘ carper of Man- spn and Blm. Tbo honso is a woUbailt three etory hrlck, ftnistwylLhronjjhoat, new Boynton Boater, water convenient, coal and wood-hotue etc. attached, ample stabling and carriage room and probably the most promising P S A K O R C H ARD la tho OOTHfTT contmlnlnx 80 tree of oeet knoms vorlclc, olio W Ayplo trocs, oomo Cherry aod Plumb tree. Grapes Strawberries. Itod and Black Bstpbcrrloe, and olio vothcr, la ono of tho tno'l pleaeaot loctiluns and eelrsble proporilea ln tho dty of Wstonown Msy 10.1470, (JJVvGOODRICa i f Vf 2 t u.ol«—115 s T xhling KXCHANGE—lOOJf MoNKV-aao MANHOOD Jf«w Tork,Froduo# Sa rk s t. Na* Torn*. MAY. 97,1884 COTTON—Nominal— middling aptxnds. / FLO OB— Boce|pts, 10.600 oarreta. 8alos 6,900, 4 70Q5 80 fo Superfine Btato anti Wattarn : Cbmmon to choicer Kxtra btato 4 0 SQ& 69 comzaon to choics extr* M’otcm 4 73^9 Tu; Common to choics roasd bob? 0\lo 6 06QQ 06 RYB FLO UK-8toady. Halos 30Q Barrels ;st 45CO 5 tO \ . W U R A T — Bolter. Recta 4 6c0 Bales 19.C90 st I 08(3113 No. 3|pr1og 129)4 Winter, Bad and Amber Western. CORN—Dnll. Receipts 16.000 sales, 1fi,00oat 10fl#U3 far New Mixed Western. OAT3 —Steady Recta. lLAXh sales 14.000 at 85)4^87 for Western PORK-Quiet Receipts 190 barrels. SO 75^80 New R?KF-Bteady. CU7-M.CAT8—Qalot . LARD—Qnk’t. )53 tiercos. at 1494 V10 for Steam Refined ; 16)4 tetue rnpdetnd BrrrBB-Qnlct. '.0&& Ohk>; 80®37 for Btata, UliSSSK—Dull. 18®* EGO?—Steady. 18O10 forDesfi. 8UGAK8- Qmct. at BOM Ciba. PETROLEUM-Steady. 14ICQV7M' P r ices f iow a * 1 have this day come down on pdca% ol all kinds of FIOTtffcEB tothe olden times price. Call at thi City Photograph Parlors tn the Agrlcnltsral Shock Watertown. IL A. ROSE, Pr>priew?F, A. Bowns, Operator. maytidAteim Pro f. S iM iU ia ’i lUDIOATKD COUGH CANDY, Hods Grom extract* preps red In Vscnb—t cortaln rffectlva remedy tor Oouths. Co'di’ QoaracneaBot, Throat, Aath- ma. Bronenltls,and Consump­ tion. Those who try—sl way, n*e tt-enra Uislr colds aod thus svold Cotrenmptlon and an oarly gtiTa. . Pries only 13cent*. On, irllUon told tinaolly, and inld evejTwherm. tngwlr-dSa TH AT COUGH! pHlLADBLPHLA LAWS KOWXK. - Th* favoT with which this Kschlne wt* re ceived Uat lesion, tnd tho unlvonal aaUsfsctton they givoto all who no them. Is th* heatgntrantea of lisbetnsr the mosfpertsct macMno for cutting the GRA8S OR LdWTfS A PLEASUB* GROUNDS, yotprodnced. This machine la ln the hands ol ter-, eral ol onr citizens, from whom I receive the beat of recommendations. Bvery Philadelphia Lawn Mow­ er guaranteed. Call and examine them a t ___ ■ May 24dwlw COOPIK’B. - r a n t e d , 600 Bushels Spring Rye. AT JHFP. CO. BEBD STORE. a COOPER. I B I BD. General Agents for a flnt claaa Mutual Life Xninrtnce Oompsny. No eppUcattaqi unless »t- tended wrlthgood __ to the proper ptrllea. A v a r k o n r u i. reference.\ *A talary enanmtccd Idrtrwntlila OflM MsylldlwJw , Sample, from the different mannfhetnrera, to tie teen at COOPER’S. trAC* o! H eoffeu /APSff^D TO DAY. Vy A Lergei Aeeortasnnt ol the beet English Pocket Knlvei, ' ■WadrandBntchar’i Buora, ----- B. A J. W. Klsg’a Oelebntad Hollow Ground Btr- ber’o Bseof St _______ \COOPUP*. JUST B80E1VMD, 3» bhli. graik Gronnd Jersey Cemrat. ' 50 CtiCInedniater,-’ ■ *r ■ BQ.OOO M^lie Board*, «t ■ o o o p y 50# I S i S r a T T i ? aonuilii MonrayOATff. dOOPKB. ^ .g e n t \W a n ted. A N active. Able itai li wasted Immediately to Ttko rss Siency of JeffiMsn or 8l. Lawrence county fora PtretClan A dupmtch from General Gleagon dated_ ___________ __ ______________ atTrout river,last evening,says that he Ja s U T S D C G , C o m p a n y wonld be ready to fight beforh -daylight.— The Canadian troops are concentrating in tbe vicinity of Malone. ■W ashington , 27. The Government has received a large number of dispatches from rariout points along the border, in reference to Fenians. — Information is that these men stall continue to cross fie line.' Orders hive been sent to cloaely guard the captared. Attorney general bu given instructions to bring tbem to trial at once, ----- — ----- How Lost, How Regained I Jast PnbU*bcd tu & soal$d onvelopew-Pripo six cents A LECTURE ON THE NATURAL TKE i.TMKNT fcnd radio I caro of Bpcnzutorrbcst, or acmlnil WoLkuc**, Involanr y EmiSflOD*, Btixanal DcbiH ty* snd <mp«dlmcQ* onuuriagpgascr&ljy; Kcrroai* ocwl coiunmptlon, epUopjy, aud fit *5 MiJcUl ud phyilcal 1acap«clly. retailing tram self *basc, Ac., by j, t q’Ttjrwoll, SL IJ. eaibor al lho \(JrtitB Book, Sc. **A booD to thoasands ot ■offtrorK>n ^«ni onrtm $cal, iu a'plain envelope, to any id* '****» poaipald. on rocdlpt of «!x cents, or two post SO stamps, loGflAiJJ.C. KLINJB A Co.. -127 Bowery, Now York, Post Offico Box 458A Alan, Dt. Oalvorwrcll’s MMarriage Gnlds,1* prtcs *ctnu. Kartdw&a M f i ^ R O P O U M i ENABLING US TO / “ ' -URN OUT GARMENTS EQUAL IN EVERY RESPEOTTO T H E . F i n e s t C i t y T r a d e . m!7dAw2w . . -*'s i a^i • .Jt'Jt.;/ r .-la-teau. T h s taH o a A N z o ii o r t ' — ----------- -.. . vs . _______ w a T m T o w i r & v i c m i T Y ' S u p e r i o r S a w l - , Thoy can now bo lapplltd with RENRYDI UioUTactura. whlch at* Uto Beat.aalra et' tho world, a* to qulltyaad ulah. Mechanics, Kinueri, oodall who daalroaSawofuty fifiertptldu { *»*i . - srsA M ill and. T a p e r JffieS'iM dtk sSj©. fliL’-L ’ Saws, GummecL StraighieneiLr Set^ and, F iled with 'dekpdttfc P a rasols a n d ~ lIiT tb r d l^ 'fff^ ^ f- h e p a irci, M d Jobbing at the B L u M F R O F fTy South Sid e P u b iio SqtM r fA ^ (>T C H A 8 .P 4 d R T E X .L O , Watertown, TUT.MayIWtelWW. C«i.vi»ira- - Saturday SraaU g O lliyi riu«4 £ fe Suit ahead, cxrelllag ill .OoatRIUoa, L, ’ B lfP M K iA MMMMBICTit ® ^ M a m m o tk OfigaAtte vW < Coming from thslrBretilfiljuotSii . Horn. TWliddiMK, , ... « BOUBtAt TBOUME AND BIAMfjktilD,' Cowawoata «r TJOlriy MhOUMa-Arllitat^'' ~ InfroduclBg mtkatmlag at^iaatattwti. ~ J i. 3BX.evRxiP?gxicMidAm& IfigheyDwatfcarty, t Lotel* ‘ hortreHgvokfr,. ■ —ihQOHwiOlMiai.t'jfeJgjS GotnivosidMp, -- r hraak Puktom. UwU tioj 11 *»,, \'j*;):W JnitlMHobteBon, - John Woohvr, XBWwmo».- James KoetL , > ’ P. %. Ilajlor. . . ^ EuiioarfatowparaMa^roguwuMJj Doora r pm s 17. COM b H ko * at S o'lffocl 1 m m AuTaanrrzas. TJa«vbwtlagikkG9sclMil] (rarycis Intti lid vim iM ttiasiti' [ \ ^Itwwf I • WbUjwsi f grt to tkra-yisas to bin Maoaufuri, Mill Ovmou, or otb«n bwrisk* In tii Crssaor dorso, sappU«d sl wboUni# ralMt SeiMsl Hdo Qua «boqt ontab*lf ia r$-cnlUn« lh$fe old $)«!• Mi nips, by grinding tho oty t*$lb out, csi&si otksn* sot2 ulaf my rapeiior tossptr, nakea thsa as vUa m »b«B n$w, OonsomMs, irk your aarcuat f9r Jhvca^r VarmUd ytmwfllcMgoodvMisrMsssi, HovQdwlf __________ _ ! 1 U. S Internal Revenue, 90th CwlleetioA D iitxdct, B t a t a XT. Y, ' OrrtoiorDnuTr OoLLXciuao* I Intacsal KeTenno, Etsna RlUa.-JiaylO, IRQ. ( Iu parreanc* of lha provUlonj ot thy acta of Con- rwa to provide Internal ravenuo to auppoit the G ot - rumsnf u d pay mtamian ihaFutsIle ifehti, . Notice la huoby given toolf poreoua liable to pay tatlea or taxea uuier raid acts, within tho County nr Jeffiraon, that I travo received from’the Collector for eaid Dlatrict the ancusl uoeaimenl Hit tot The war 1ST' wmhracleg tnoCotmty of Jtfferaou And the' Town of Dfacs, Lewie Coonty. Saldllet cdntatna the Hrxclel Taxea. (Uconaei) and lazes upon Csrrfagw, watchoi, BUlltrd Tablet ___ ead Plstg p tfoffllur wirh T im oaTgcottes TOfthr TSoee year eedfng Dreeoiber SutliSO, /. ---- That ihe eild Taxea harobccomd dao aud pafahlt that I will attend to recclye tho umo panonaUy, at tbe following namee places, bctwcec the hoara of 9 s. E. tpd I p .* For the town* Booth of fiioch Rtrefnnd the town of B ownvUle, al the Merehahts’ Bask Watertown, on Thursday. PrMtyand Saturday the « , Sd, xnd-dttt daya of June next. At Hongerfoid’i Bank, A dims, cm Tnoaday, th* Tih day ol June. ror the town* North ol Ihe River Ud the town ot Diana, Lewie Co , at Hammond's Bank. Cape Vin­ cent, Wednesday, Jons sih AtHnhbard’s Dotel. Cl.ytonv Thursday.Jane Oihf At Horr & Eolcomb'i Banlc, Uutunge,on Monday June l i - . _.,—. - . j And In addition.. persons residing tn Jefiiraos County mny pay 'heirtaxsaattoo ivnmi. nnUaeter* All poresmi who slash dcglecttopxy ttaednifi taxeaaweiaedjlpoajJhenr, — On or beiore June 15lh( 16,J, wUl rchaer salvca Uabla toj-hccoitircaa^rajnd^prealtl pn*ed by c00PRR, fteputy t’dllecto^ ;• • . KHAdlitrletotNewTort, . ». B.—Paatwho deslro tan i«k«-remittance or taxea hy moll, [noon codditiolje lbove.1l ln cheek* opop Jf.fferaqn County Banksq or Pew York Drafta, snd hy Poet Ome* order. Tazee may at eay time tr i left for me in care ofMerchonts' Bank. Watetdowtt. 'p S B STAXiX.XOJr ^ GLEHC0 80MI-DIISI!! Kw ti a gKeA Dltt W Bnanrtss Casxox—Having, aold ont xn f entire Btudneas I respectfuUy call tbe at­ tention <sf all persons having debt with me to call and settle th&ir soooxmta i t m j offiora H . Soovxii. Nv B—-I have ou^hand levexal iarrisges and Baggio*that willM sold era zdudnAble terms u l intsnd to leave town,- a a soon as my bnrinwu is settled up. H. 8. . Address N. B. BUSH, Watertown N. T. __________ mlOdj _ ^ U B B S B BBIOHT\ T B O M T I B R H O t J B B . Benderum Barbcrt, Jeff.. Oo. S . T. Vatt. Jobs 8. Wsjatiay Prtp'r. (Focmstly of fitr; Nlacera, Thie honie, located on the shore of ths moet bran- tlful Hay of Less Ontario, hu recently bean fitted pp for the etpeelal accommodation oP_ T iihing Parti** u d M xcnrsleniiti. One ol Paason’ Msraitto Bras BoATa. oapa'ble 0 » carrying thirty perrons, hrahwj*Mned_tzpr**ely for In* ' ■“ TJTYtOE Mf^S rhhroffghbtedmar;, Ho line i — ta jtoyrtbatir wiii match io 't r d t u a lh ir c e y colts eameega, mil* heat* beats In 6,,Or »,JislH* tnBewaa awarded “ flret’preminm ai‘dl)ipl&iia.” & tho beet Btallloo s t l h o ffeffkraon CounfeTiSlr,, liit falL ond I afro rocelTeiffrat premlunae .On Y yeit old. 1 y m n old.rodrenckitegrfoiug iroie- Mrerf»Lwhou:i?rot*n }nlo*L g;ggWpf,T[, ffeck*te'H irbor;K Y .vA l^itefclS7K a iK tr-^ ance. Charge* Reasonable. rnjSwta P l a n t s P l u i x t k ■ui ui. MCety tnd aceommodailon of PM iua Psr- ^ _ tier, Boatealwtya aXpartweST 1. 'xtilvYotkrYaHTMaWflelii <Sita*r®onffiff »nd rarefnl osrimro. Ball Bo*l*-*lwty»£n attend- g ^ W c t a t ls e Dm »f ^ Bissolnlion of Co-Pum e S H p Yyttv - - - tven, that the . between lhe nnd era N o tice is hereby heretofore exist _ _ ... at Adorn* Centre N. YTtindar the ffrm U a * of, Parker, Badusond A Milder, hu btsrf thi* (fey dlwoltadhj mutualcouaant. , ■ All debts, otcoant* tud note*,ds* tW sold Irte, jlll PCDhwe WIUIIIW $W BWWiwHw IR RUteA ina* have baem translarred to A.E. Ooolty for eOUcettea iuyi«tw- ftem.«oW*‘^re45i*rJ one totbiM tionars bet^ htiadrciT. <MM doQftf per EtaAreai kl J tiow tekdy ^telnteYtilellu picahbageVriUWlfaxdy ia *U*Tinr,M*Tl*Utllf» ■jj :

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