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i f is:o ■ S S lltftV B m K v U ifevlEfi'''4 t i l r ■ ■ M & K 0 1 : m t p f l F .1 Jfes? m - ■ « \ < T H E D A IL Y T IM E S . WATERTOW, SEPT. 22. 1870. If’- m - : I I m r'M *$j:r - 4 K B P G B U I C A N S T A T E T I C K E T . N o r Governor, S T E W A R T L . W O O B E O B B , 0 ! K ing?. #br Lieutenant- G m trn frr, S l e l l B C N D K A U F f r l H A N , o l New Y ore. F o r Comptroller , 1 B I A B W . P A L M E R , o l D u c h e s s . Por Canal Commissioner*, A B 8 A K . 0 M N E L S O N , v o f E r l s ( lo n g term). A l f B U N O I B B A R K K E Y , ot W a shington (short a r m ) . F o r S ta t e P ris o n In m c t o r , J O H N l i B K H B B O T . ot C llnton eonnty. C O U N T Y T I C K E T . For Oounty Cleric, JACOB STEAKS, J R . For JmtUc Sessions. ERWIN. F. RAMSDElOi. IC o r Coroner , JOSEPH TH1BAUET. HepMbllcanCoiagresBlonal O o n rentlon A Congresssioxxal Convention for the 20th Congressional District of the State of New York i* hereby appointed to be held at Baggs Hotel in the oity o f Utica, on Friday, Sept. 28&, at 12 o’clock noon, for the purpose of nominating a candidate for Representative to Congtess, and for the transaction of such ■ other business as may properly come before the Convention. C u e s t m R a t , T h o s . G u k n x h o b a m , ~ ■ Dist. Committee. Dated Sept. 13, 1870. _ F i r s t A s s e m b l y D i s t r i c t C o n v e n t i o n . The Republican doctors of tbe towns and also of the Wards of this city, comprising the firs t Assembly Distriot o f Jefferson oounty, are requested to send delegates as apportion, ed, to a convention to meet a t tho Conrt honse, Watedravo, on Tuesday, the 27th, day of SeptemberJUt 1 o’olockP. Ml, to nominate a candidate for member of Assembly, and for tho transaction of such other business as may oome beforo the convention. The flrst and fourth wards boing in this district, are jointly entitled to three delegates in Con ven tion. Jno. L. H o t c h k i n , Chairman District Com. I t e s a i Assembly District Conventions The Republican electors of the several towns of the Second Assembly Distriot of let- and .the city fcliofc will send three delegates, to an Anne ni­ tty District Convention to be held at Vibbar’s Hotel, in Evan’s Mills, on Tuesday the 27th dty of September, 1870, a t 11 o'clock i n i t o nominate a candidate for member of Assem­ bly, and to transact miofr othor business as may be deemed necessary. . . WAYLAND F. FORD, Ch'n District Committee. The Republican eleotors of the several towns comprising the 2d Assembly District of Jefferson coanty are requested to eend three,delegates each to a Convention to be held at Venher'i Hotel, in Evans Mills, on Saturday, October 1, st.1 o'clock, p. in., to nominate a oandldato tor Member of Assem­ bly, end to transact Buch other business msy be deemed proper, I * . W. T r u t n , Chairman District Committee. T h a -nae. flnp 1**. 1°7n — • - ------------- The Democratic Statu Convention yes­ terday renominated tho present State offi- ‘ c e il by acclamation; and in th e cvuning ode hundred guns were fired in honor o f this most unexpected occurrence, in W at eftaxn), Elmira, Lrockport. Poughkeepsie, Whitehall, Itlnca, miburu, Brooklyn, and eighty-seven o ther tou-Ds, all by order of -Samuel J . Tildou, Chairman o f the Deni ocratic Stato Convention. ftsan.ny. Tbo “Ro-Union” calls tho “New York Bun” a “staunch Republican papor, dif­ fering from the great mass of the party papers only in having )omp regard to truth add honesty.” . . Everybody that knows tho “Sun\ at all understands tbat for the last y ear it has been bidding for Democratic support by tin unprincipled system of lying, black - \mallihg and scandal, and wns never ebaigcd before w ith a truthful expression. We n o gure Mr. Dana would b e much of­ fended by any such charge. A paper that haa been continually flinging m u d ‘op tha party, in'd'makiug up faces at President w a n t , all through his Adnaiuiatraticfl, be­ cause ita editor d i d not reoeive the ap­ pointment of Secretary o f War must be ‘indefid, a “xtaunch Republican paper.” Certainly. B a v l a g T h e t r U n g h F l r a t . ' Tho firing- of a saluti fast evening over tho announcement of th e nomination of HoffmakandBKAcn, brings to mind a story-wo onco h o ard of a Httlo urchin who sat on a stump alternately sharpening a stick and bursting out into immoderate laughter. A bystander w h o had observed his queer movements and apparently con- ' Dieting impulses, asked him what ho was doing, what made bim laugh bo and what hSYrtB Sharpening his Btick for. He re­ plied that ho was sharpening tho stick to “jab Into th a t mulo there,\ and he was laughing to think b o w it would make him B l m a r e k N o t V e r y C a r e s n B a l k . In common with Americans generally^ We havo n o t been without f e a r tliat TCing William’s views of the divine right of Kings, a n d flushed as hu is wilh a scries o f brilliant victories, might so intoxicate him with the vanity o f power, that too se­ vere tenqs might be exacted of France.-— T h is sentiment is n o t w ithout its h o ld on fhe American mind yet, b u t Count Bis­ marck’s letter to a friend in Berlin, of the ll t h inst., gives,reason to h o p e t h a t the reports o f interviewers have greatly exag­ gerated the severity o f tlio terms Prussia would exact. He says; ‘‘All th a t is or w ill be required of those in authority in France, will be to give certain absolute guarantees that the peace o f Europe will not be again disturbed by t h e ambitions, aspirations or desires of their people, and th a t tlie miseries which they themselves have brought upon th e two nations, who should be friends, may never again be re­ peated.\ W liuf' these certain absolute guarantees are, to which he makes th is al­ lusion, we of course cannot answer. Thoy may be the cession of Alascc a n d Lor­ raine, ,the surrender of Strasbourgh and Metz, and tho establishment of a new boundary lino between the two nations, giving Germany these fortifications, hith­ erto held by France; it may he more or less than these. Alluding to- the state­ ments going tho roundB o f tho newspa­ pers, as to what terms wonld be insisted upon, ho applies the expression o f ro­ mance. Ovorturos of peace, h e saya, can­ not well be received and duly considered till the investment o f 1‘aris is complete, when the King and his friends will de­ cide tho true relation in good timo. But, he says, “rest assured that th o safety of Germany being properly secured, a n d the peace of the w orld assured, no obstacles will be placed in the way, on the part of Germany, to the termination o f the war, into which she has been dragged most un­ willingly, but from which she will never retire until the legitimate aspirations of her children are secured, and the integri­ ty of the fatherland guaranteed, while the peoplo of Germany are rendered safe from any future, cruel and unnecessary conflict and slaughter,—results which wc cannot but look upon with horror.\ As a declaration o f sentiment this iB quite satisfactory, and givos assurance of a reasonable state of mind on tho p a rt of the Prussian Premier. That under the words “a cortain and sufficient guarantee of tho future integrity of Qormany,” very extraordinary exactions mny b e made, wo know; so, too, under th e same indefinite and general expressions, very light and easy ones may bo construed as satisfac­ tory. The most that c a n bo s a id of it is th a t the words employed show & reasons- hly pacific state- c f ffaind, and: aneoara^c the hope that no unbearable exactions or humiliating terms will be insisted apon. . Now that Paris is practically invested we may look for moro doflnite views on this important aubject, since i t is a t this point in arnly movements (hat Bismarck was looking forward t o as t h e appropri­ ate time to entertain proposals for peace and a satrap of Tammany. Voting in New York is almost always a choice of. evihi, and thut i« tho reason that many conscientious, upright people do not care to go to tho polls. One who meat).-, to bo honest doesn’t, like to vote for a knave. A n o t h e r C h a p t e r I n D e m o c r a t i c C a n a l m a n a g e m e n t. There is probably no subject connected with the administration of our State af­ fairs in which the people havo so direct a pecuniary interest, as they have in tho management of our canals. When the management of these great State works is wise and judicious, they will accomplish the purposes for -which they were con­ structed; but when the control falls into incompetent o r dishonest hands and they are managed solely for party purposes, they readily befcome sources o f oppression. It is too well known to need repeating, that some fifteen millions of bonds, which were issued for their construction, still re­ main unpaid. It is also well understood that this debt could not have been incur­ red, nor the canals built, except upon the j,ledge that the same should be paid from their revenues. Every one who will take the trouble to read thu Constitution will find that the framers of that instrument provided that such rates of toll should be imposed upon property transported upon our canals, as would yield a revenue suf­ ficient to keep them in repair and pay the debt created for their construction. The language is susceptible of uo other con­ struction. But to avoid all cavil on this subject, tho amendment of 1854, in ex­ press terms, prohibited the Canal Board from reducing the tolls below rates tbat could accomplish that purpose. In view o f these facts the toll Bheets had \been adjusted and modified from time to time to meet the requirements o f the Con­ stitution, and at the same time to foster and encourage the trade of the canals.— After repeated experiments a proper ad ­ justment was obtained in 1860-2. From that time the revenues began to appreciate. ■ In 1868 the surplus was sufficient to ful­ fil all the other requirements of the Con­ stitution, and to'contribute over *137,000 towards paying the expenses o f our State government. During the next year our Democratic Canal Board, by yielding to the delusive and oft exploded arguments of Western forwarders and elevator owners, initiated a plan of revenue and repairs, which has destroyed our hitherto well balanced toll sheet and economical system of repairs—a toll sheet and system which, if left intact, would have wiped out our canal debt in a few years. Not satisfied with the loss of a half a million of revcnuo in 1869, w ith­ out a single compensating benefit, they completed thu work of destruction in the spring of 1870. The following exhibit will show Un­ practical operation of this Democratic ca nal system: August aggregates, *1,458,983 54 The expenditures for repairs, Superintendence, salaries patrolmen, ifcc., for the same poriod was, 1,403.991 33 JE F F E R S O N COUNTY FA IB . P rem ium * Awmrdod-Contlnue<d, CLASS 48—BOOTS, SHOES, HARNESS. Beet pair fine boots, l ’onntuieu <!fc Oo. *.5 OO Boat pair ladies biooh I , E A Andrews o 00 Best double draft harness, U F Hotchkin 8 OO Best donble plated coaoh do do 12 00 Best, single plated . do do do 8 (XI Best leather traveling trunk do 3 OO Best ladies bridle, saddle and martingals 11F Hotchkin, - 5 OO Juntos—8 MidcUoton, G A Bo&lt. R emabkb —On leather, harness, traveling trunks, &c., there wns no competitors., all tho articles herein enumerated were present­ ed by one firm, namely, H. F. Hotobkin A Co., boots and shoes excepted. 1 gents’leather traveling trnnk, *2 Ofl 1 case halters, -50 1 case of saddlery hardware dip 2 russet traveling bags 1 OO 1 case card made o f leather dip 3 sides harness loather 3 OO Best sweeny collar 2 OO 7 whips ~ dip CLASS 49— b’NENlfMERATED ARTICLES Mop scrubber and carpet stretcher, J Osborn, Ornamental lot of iron work, \V D Wilson, Watertown BugSy box &c., TenEyck A, Co., Wat Case China and plated ware. Race Bros Watertown Table cutlery, Race Bros, Watertown, Clothes horse, 14 Heeox, Watertown Knife cleaner and sliaxpendr, H Hecox Watertown, dip dip dip dip dip t Ofl b o o k Plaster sower; \V G Gould, Pamelia, 3<fcdii b o o l 1 00 b o o k b o o k 1 OO dip k dip dip dip Dog power, D Augabtrry Wagon jack, A O Giles, Adams, Sample Ohio corn, N Staples, Wit Egg plant, J F Starbuck, Pail ear, Joel A Otis Detachable store shelf, J It Roberts Regulator olook, J A Inglis, Amerioan boe hive, J N Cox Crawford's revorsable mower, S Brown Oan Citron, Mrs W R FnUer 50 2 d best Mrs J \ y W h illey, book Jn r whito currant jelly, MntE D Alloa dip A 50 2d best “ “ “ 50 J a r red currant jolly. P A Eddy . 50 J a r raspberry jelly, Mrs T Jewett,' dip A io J a r raspberry jam, Mra G 8 Woodruff 50 J a r rhubarb jolly, Mrs P Kuull, 50 J a r pickles, Mrs .1 Stems, jr., • 50 J a r crab apple jolly, Mrs E 14 Allen dip ABO 2d best Mrs S Hu ell, 50 J a r pickled plums, Jim C S Woodruff, 50 J a r piokled appleiv Mrs E Holcomb,' 50 J a r Strawberry jelly, Mrs S Sucll 50 J a r fouiato jelly, Mrs K Snell, 50 J a r blackberry jelly, Mrs S. Snell. book Eyg plant, lire J F Starbuck, book Cau preserved cherries, Miss S A Bristol, jt) Can rhubarb, Mrs S Snell book J i ' eoes —Jfov- Pams, Warren Johnson; E D Alien. Notice.—The Committee appointed by the Board of Direotors, could not servo on ao- oount of tbeir duties as officers o f the society. Iq was deemed best after examining the entry- books, and flndflig several hundred article«, and many of them equally worthy with those in the classified list to divide the book, and accordingly they appointed a committee for each haU, and the work alone testifies to the labors, and deligence with which they per formed their labors, and then add to this the anxiety of lookerson to see the many novel thghu and attractions, and the crowded state of the several halls, the Committees may have overlooked many that wero oqually worthy of those that were noticed. I Hhould be pleased to see a great number of thoso articles that stood on the Discretionary list classified another year under their appro­ priate heads, or in district classes. To the Officers, Siipormtendeul and Judges, and Committees and Ladies, we feel under greal obligation for their many timely suggestions, aid, aud pleasant associations during tho memorable throe days of tho Annual P a ir ul 1870. 8 e c ' v . Choose hoops, 8 Wilson, 1 k dip Henderson's base burning furnace, Uarbottle Howard, dip Double acting force pump, J 8 Ed­ wards, dip Mowing machine kmfo grinder, C C Hardy, -dip Case Chine and plated silverware, Mur­ ray k Co., book Casa cutlery and plated silverware,Mur­ ray ± Co., d ip Atmospheric lamp, A Stocker d ip Boot A shoe ventilator, A Btooker, dip Caso imported liquors A cigars, Rus­ sell A Kenyon, dip Case door looks A knobs, Watertown Look Co., d ip J u d g e s —James A Parker, Thos E Beecher. Beet col. of oil paintings, L L LoweU 10 OO The committee huvuig viewed the collec­ tion of oil paintings, No. 170, deem them worthy of a premium as they exhibit a h igh ordor of artistic skill, and have added very materially to tho beauty in the doooration of Domestic Hall. Committee—Mrs. L D Olney, Mrs. Alfred Gowdy, Mrs. Sylvester Bnell, Mr. J M S ig- oumev. M a r r ie d : COLE— KELSEY—At Syracuse, August 2d ls~o, By Rev. A. F. Beard, James O. Cole, ol Watertown, N. Y., to Miss Helen O. Kelsey of New Haven, Oswego Co., X. Y. 11 Al'GHTON— PIERSONS— In Clayton, 8ept. ltith, by Rov. J. W. Henry, uf Clayton, ■VIr- Jamea A . Haughton, of Chaumont, aud Miss Paulina Piersons, of Brighton, C. \V. ana, Dans A Patterson >ak, Augsbury A Moore S H n i o c r a t l c S e c t a r l a n l a m - The manner in which th e New York dty sectarian school fund is distributed, ought to Open the eyes of th e blind. The distribution occurred within the month, vjud we find the Roman Catholic schools drMativing some *180,000 o f it, the Protes- tUnh JCliOols *32,000, and tho schools of ■ 'Hebrew .societies shout ffl,000. Threo S iCtlholicEjhools receive au aggregate of M jf% grjglcftriy as much as all theP r o t / D l M * F * M b 4 M a t J i e r T b o A l b a n y E x f w r e y n H f r e y f f f t i f c t * o n h l we f i n d f t cX- Dwintain at the c * - * W»4t Church, v?« ought ^ t 5 r a S ° ^ r s. O u r P a r t y I n N e w V o r k , The Tribune, in au article o n the poli­ tics of tho city, does no t give a p articu­ larly flattering description (if t h e men wbo manage affairs for the Republicans in Now Yort- It says: Streoms do not riee above th e level of their foimtains. Our Ward Associations are preponderantly composed of, or a t all events controlled by, politicians by trade—men with keen notes tor official situations wherein there ie littio to dn, much to get, and a good chance to steal. Probably, a full half o f the members of these associations aro Democrat®, who are there to serve themselves and their mas­ ters of the Tammany Ring. Scores of nominul Republicans earn tbeir dirty bread in the same way, save t h a t tbey get *100s and #1,000s, where the other' sort earn only *10s and |5 s . The upshot is that Tammany nominates hslf o u r candi­ dates as well as all her own, ond thus provides us with tickets whose weakness and lack of popularity amazes tbo thous­ ands who d o not suspect tho secret influ ences which d ictate such nominations.— There is no help foT this but in a radical change. Most o f tho men w h o buy or beg places on our nominating committees aro \un the make” ; they are f a r more so­ licitous ss to th'eir own perquisites than aato their p arty’s success; so tbey nomi­ nate as will pay best, a n d , having taken good care o f their precious selves, bid tbe public go and do likewise. Occasionally, a j»ood man is p u t up, especially in a dis­ trict whore success is impossible; but Ihis is exceptional, and not a consequence of the system, which tends strongly to op­ posite results. “A full half of the member® of these (Republican' ward) associations are Dem­ ocrats Isn’t that queer 1 H o w ia it determined whether the organization iB Republican or Democratic ? A g o o d many — *54,092- 22 This apparent surplus will be insufficent to nay the numerous .unadjusted claims, and inventors of tools, Ac., turned over to the State by contractors, the .paymont of which it seems expedient to defer until after election. Instead of furnishing the means with which to pay the October interest on the Canal debt, the revenues have been rou- consumed by sn army of place men, who are lvecoming more numerous than tho frogs of Egypt Hence it is apparent that the expenditures of the present Canal Board will not be confined to the amount o f revenue which its policy afford8. We ropy the foregoing from the Albany Journal, and the tacts stated therein are true beyond question. They concern ovcry taxpayer in Jefferson, whatever his poli­ tics. If it is desirable thut our canals should uot only nor contribute any thing further toward paying the cost of their construction, bnt ecasc to be self-support­ ing, then the present poliry nf the Demo­ cratic party should be sustained and ron- tinued . otherwise not Lot hats and cai Waterproof cloal Sample plain sowing, Mrs U H Fuller Crochet collar, do Comb case, llrs (’ h Woodruff Ottoman tidy do ftofa -pillow. do Loaf oocoanul cako, Ella Smith, d i p d i p 0 5 0 d i p d i p d i p 5 0 c k d i p d i p ^bM ^ fttl© -rim e -he-hafl-U h e -»l»rq»-stiok|-^-^^® 1^ ® ^ ^ ® '\ ~ ~ ^ ^ ^ T ® ‘<^ir'_* ^ '8 * tlnfomAnl nn ovnrrtvnrnnnn • cm i 1 nm tarn- ready, and tried the experiment of 1'jab­ bing tho mule,” w b o in return for i t kick­ ed the boy a rod. Thereupon the bystan­ der-happened along, anil said, “Well, my little fellow, you rather g o t tlio worst of it, didn’t you?” The boy whimperingly replied, “Gol darn the old mule: well, I'm glad I bad My laugh before I ja-bbed h i m !” Tho Democrat* d o well to follow the hoy’s example and take tbeir laugh uow, while they can enjoy it, for after election they will be in a changed mood. A pop­ ular rebuff will put tbcui in the dumpB as much as the kick of the mule did the h i­ larious youth of whom the anecdote is told, ......... statement un exaggeration ; still, wo pre ­ sume i t is substantially correct. Admitting it to be true,'is it a wonder that the Republicans are in a contem p ti­ ble minority in New York ? T h e wonder is tb a t tbev poll as mnny votes n s they <lo. Again: “Most of the men who buy or beg places on our nominating committees are • o u tho make,' ” Ac. Now it. strikes us these confessions are not likely lb help the Republican ticket in tbe rural districts. N o t much. It tells us very plainly that New York will do this y e ar just wbat it did last year—just what it did two years ago. TJtc Tribune calls for n “radical change,” and\ we should say one was required ; b u t no o n e pretends it can be had th is yeor ; it is too Iste to accomplish anything th i s fall.— Then when shall we have it. t How shall we have ft t Wbo will give, it t o us 1 IVe aro free to say we do not like the looks o f things in the city. If t h e Demo­ cratic vote there this' fall is not lnrgcr.and the Republican vote smaller than ever b e ­ fore, w e shell be happily disappointed.— We h a v e good true friends in the city,but .there is so much selfishness and dishones­ ty among the wire-pullers nnd monigcrs of tbu party that decent men ore utterly ditgusfed, sad often at t h e election they 'are coffipfrllfd to choose batrwwo Republi­ cans b y whom they expect to bo betrayed. G e n . W o o d f o r d ’ * W a r R e c o r d . While we do not think General Wood­ ford's war record in necessary for his elec­ tion, wc are of the opinion that sueh willful misrepresentations should uot pass unchallenged, in justice to :i brave and patriotic man. Contrary to what the New York World says, General Woodford wns “under fire,” on more than one occasion, and won his promotion to a Colonelcy tor conspicuous bravery on the field of battle At tho battle of Tulafinny he was placed in command of an advanced brigade, which did gallant service on that occa­ sion, under hts direction; that was why he was promoted Colonel, otul breveted Brigadier-General. Contrary to what the World states, General Woodford has had “a bowing acquaintance with a bullet.'' A t tbe battle of Honey Hill a bullet cut off his shoulder strap, and another wound­ ed him in the face. Would the editor of the World like a better acquaintance with a bullet! If so, wo wish he might lve gratified. At Coosawatchie General Wood­ ford with his command charged upon the enemy, repulsed them nnd took the. field We would speak at length of Governor Wot>dfbrd'8 executive, ability whicb he evinced as Military Governor of Charles­ ton, bv whicb lie restored that city from its chaotic state to that of order und safetv. Dyeing. Mra-F Klines OT & tS p Silk bed spread, Mm Thomas Bryint 1 OO Watch case. Mis F Hadcock, d ip Pin cushion do Ajjj Lathes' Over-socks, Mrs Ettoott d ip Toilet aot, Ida Carter, I OT Pon drawing, F E Hamilton, dip A I OO Fair woolen socks, Mrs I’holps (30 yrs> I oo Caso fancy furs, A Tubbs A son d ip Wax cross, Ida Carter, JSO 8ota pillow, do | OO Pair cloth corsets, Mrs A Chapui. t OO 'Two pairs Cortollu do dip A 1 OO Child n Bncque, Ida Carter, 50 Two piooes double and two single Casai- tuoro, J C A C Corlis, dip k -*>0 Fair crochet mittens, M tb N Staples d ip Sot tpider sleeves, II Clevoland I OO Bamplo insertion, Mary A Howland 3 0 Ladies' collar, Chos D Tylor. 50 Pencil flower j.ieco, Jennie E Clark *0 5 0 30 yards domagtio cotton and wool, E Howland i OO 6o(a pillow, Mias C Smith d ip Sample Bagging, M A Howland dip Solar Photograph, W H Holbrook dip Knit coverlid, Chas D Tylor, dip Tote-s-tote tidy. Mm A Davis, 5 0 Toilet set tidies do 5 0 Breakfast shawl M ir J H Dsvonport 50 Child's sfghan blanket, Mr* C Strong 50 Parlor fluor rug, Mm A Davis 50 D i e d : HALL—In Antwerp, Sept. 9, 1870, Chari T., son of Gilbert ana Lavms Hall, aged : years and 9 months. Charley was nn intelligent mid promising young man, one who w-as beloved and es. teemed by all who know lum. His pleasant words and winning ways will long he remem­ bered in the circle of his acquaintances. He loaves a large circle ol mourning friend* who (eel it waa hard to part with ouo so (air. May God sustain them with bis comforting spirit, snd enableithou to say \Thewill ot tho Lord bo done.1 ' In the midst ot Ufe we are in death. “ VV. K. D. ^ O G B E , V A L K N T I N E A f O , 324 'I l l t o A D W . l V. Y Berlin Zephyr,Germ an town Worstet WtDllHTBO SUBBOIDKItlZH, *OKKU«3 CANVA6, Java Canvas, Crochot and Tidy Neodlw* &c, . »pUBL^UXXf3Jl JfQfi . “Salman Tie\ 6 Yd. AlpacaBiaid l f « 0 | i b W a r r a n t e d . O larJt ( 'U o rcd nnd P la id A lp a c a B r a id s L a d ie s ' and CVfr t»udHnp>% (b rre ls. Button 8oop», j\ r/u m r J p H K , FIR-ST MORTGAGE BONDS, OP A T r u h k R a i l r o a d ____ IM E W - T O R E S T A T E , PA Y IN G ^ 7 PER CENT. IN GOLD. a r b o r r ^ n a o a t t a b . T H E N K W - ’k O R K AND O S W E G O M IDLA N D R A I L R O A D , whicb will b e 400 KnlltiB in Its total' lenrtfa from N e w Y o r k to O s w e g o , iacin d ln g t h e Au­ b u r n branch, hus n e a r ly 2 0 0 n i L E s O P B O A D A U I B A D Y C O I U - P L B T E D A ^ D 1 \ P R O F I T A B L E O J P E B A W l o N , o n tbo N o r thern flection, e x t e n d in g southerly from t h e City o f G eivego. and ) m e r e e c tin g th e A lbany a n d Susquehanna Raiircad a t Sidney P lain s , W ork i s b e 1 ng vigorou sly p a e b e d o n other portions o f the lin e , and It i e tbe ex p e c t a t io n ot t h e Com p any to h&vcat. lea s : 100 m i l e s more in op e r a tion b o io r e t b e c l o s e of t h e present season. T H E L O C A L B U S I N E S S is already l a r g e , and the (orop a u y h a s j a e t concluded a contract w ith th e D e law a r e and H u d son Canal Com p any f o r transporting t b s c o a lo f tbat large and w e a lthy corporution to the northern section o f tho S t a t e . T h i s will a d d e o h r g e l y to t h e bu s in e s s and proflteo! t b a t sectio n of i b e load, already controll­ in g tho local traffic o f opo o i the m o e t populous and a n d fertile d istricts o f the S t a t e , that the n * t earn­ in g s , w it h o u t tbu a i d ol through husiues*, cud hard­ ly b o leu* t h a n 7 por t x n t ou the en t ire co s t, which ts 100 per c e n t ia e x c e s s or t l i e internet on He bonds. 4 A S T R O N G P O I N T in regard t o theso bounds,is th e tact th a t tb e Issue Is strictly h o n i e d to fz i i,o0« p e r m ile o f t b e finished road , aod B & H iN D T H E B O N D S IS A PAID U P C A IH T A L O K N E A R L Y $7,06(1,000, w h ich affurda nm plo guarantee o f tbe tioAhdal s t r « i g l h o l t h e Company. T I K E B O N D S * T b e y are lesm c d lu d e n o tain a tion s o f $M»'0 , may be euhor coojkmi or rtglb tored , at t h $ Qp.loii o f tho th e p u r c h a s e r , bear w e n r p e r cent g o l d interest, (roc of tpcome t a x , payable tho f ir s t of January an d Jaly In N e w Y o r k City, a n d have tw e n t y t v e year* t o ron to maturity. T h e popularity of Lb etc b o n d s a* a perfectly safo security, be& rlng th e bW bost rato o f in terest au­ thorized by t b o laws o f New York, payable ln gold c o in , free o f G o m n x n o o t t a x , bas hep*, tbe sapply uewriy o x t a a s l e d ; b o t the re c e n t a n d early future onupietion o f additional a c t i o n s witi for a t im e for- o l s b a liberal supply, to w inch wo r e c p e c ifaily invite th e atten tion o f Investors, i n the cou& dent belief th a t no b e t t e r se c a i i t y can h e found o n the m a r k o t P R I C K * P A H A N O A C C H l t D I N T B K * E S r I N C t t t S K R N C Y . G o v c r a m e o ta atd o i W ascuri.^ c s takon tn ex change, £ o z ! r n i xr 'W x t e k t o w k , N . Y . ALSO, AT THE B A N K I N G H O U S E OF O- O r . HEarger <fc Son. O r to W A T E K O W N , N . Y. G E O . O P &. C O ., l i a n k o r M i 2 3 N a s e u u 8 t * B e p t t .d w . Alt women k n o w t8*t u i, . so n l u , which » . i g onoraUon‘, b« “ f r . rather t * - e t a - t t , i e x . eafiTLbVwoadc m * 1 ^ ° Worw,1P- m nch o f w o m a n 's time a n d ? en’ th»t «, rectod to tho m e a n , ef dovelomn d be jj. t h a t b e a u t y I W o m e n ’ I r a o w X ^ speak o l the in tellect of w o m e n t s a t * heo met ly tamely, c o o lly ; bnt c r i ^ th e charms ol a beantilul women tb r tM .1\ their e y e s kin d le with an onurariaem thom t o be profoundly, l r cot life e d . ridic ? earnest It „ part o f th e natmxl ■» io perceive all t h is and therefore sm^T J woa“ « able art to becom e the gw ldew of Preach to t h e contrarv, a * we employed by w o m e n for en h a n c W *«> there e tiu s tan d s t i e eternal T a c t d does notpreter t h e s o c iety ot . n u e w l wot14 in s t o t h a - o f a beauty o f I om n i e n t s . The World hae y o t allowed slon t o woman than to b e beautiful a n / . seem that t h e ladioa ol i t e preient a ge a„ ,W l4 this idea of iho w orld to g m t e r extrem e? or ail w e m -n n o w to whom nainre has d « Z tahsm anlc pow er of beanty, gnpply m e tt*' by the use o f a m o s t delightful toilet ar icl! „ ^ a s the ’ Bloom o f Y o u th,” which h a s w * “ Introduced in to thta country hy G io r b e » t ^ a delicate beantiiler, w h ich sm oothes o u h , , T ' tation s , Inrrowa, sears, rem o v ing tan, f~rn discolorations from the akin, leaving ths W<1 on e’ear, brilliant, and b eautiful, the skin sm o o th. W ith t h e assistan c e ot a new a trick ol a Lady’s toilet fem a le beauty ls de.M,*?*0 play a larger part ln the adm iration o f man am b ition o f of wom e n than all th3 art. « i sin c e her c r e a tion, fr o f . C. t . Chandler to tho M e tropolitan Board o f health, ha. prop p e d a c h e m ical a n a lysis o! thi, dell^|U^^“/ ! ! , preparation and rc o ihat the “Bloom ol Yoni! waa h&rmleaa c o n tain nothing Injurious to th. health. Ladles n e e d have l o feai o f urine thi. ble toilet acqulsion. W” “ ‘ hy Yv*rY dvosutnx and laacy goodi « * < .. the United S t a tes. J feWUI QHlwii • D o p o t 5 Oold a t r e e t N e w T s r l r _________ Jnno l d w ly B r u s h y , Soap s , /\ r/u m cry, «t*. etprt .wSra E A L R N T A T B th. F O R S . A L F , d favorsblcterras r n i g , Bed spread, Ellen Blood, silver cup or 2 CK) Sofa ofghan. Rev. R K o j o b 50 Case butterflies and booties, Jacob Happ Carthage, dip A 5 0 Fancy glass paper weights, 0 S Hsrt dip Wall basket. Mrs J E Gibbs dip Work basket do boojt Sowing basket do hoot Bracket do boolc Scrap bag do hoolx Gent b shaving box. Mrs 0 O Staples book Bead basket. Sirs J H Vandewalkor dip Bead enshion and watch cnee, A Baldwin 50 Pair bead embroidorod slippers do dip Sample tldys, knit on Lamb's knitting maohine, Mrs V Sykes Medley picture, Mrs J C- Jowoit, One patoh work chair and sofa pillow Mrs P Hardy, Jr, LeUay Patch work Piano spread, do Case insects, Martha S Loses Sofa pillow, L Eddy, Shell and Moss Cross, Mary Staples, Embroidered “ do Lady'h tucked suit, Mrs H E Bow Lady's tucked aud puffed drawers do Infant a dress, hand made do Hair wroatn, Mrs L W Norton, _j Worsted wreath, . .do . • Bead pin cushion, Baby's afghan, Mra D Baldwin Sofa piHow, R G Keyes Foather wreath, Mrs Jane McConnell Pair piHow cases, 0 P Hadcock CrpcheLtofleLgelt, ilo. but- our-object-is-To- answ-er th^fahclTfiohia Tatted collar, Jennio Clark th a t have been pubHslie-d concerning his military record in thr field—Syracuse Journal P e r f e c t l y P l a i n . In fhe police court room at Chicago a wife thus iugeniouly explained nwav seri­ ous charges of harsh treatment of her poor husband . Ono day wbon ahe was running across tbe room with a fork iu Fer hand, he jumped in the way and struck his wrist sgnmst the forltyvvrenching it from her grip by the tines, which lie ran into his ' Wrist. Then he undertook tohdrike her, . hut she held up a pan of hot dishwater 'between them, and he spilt it all over his I his head. Then be got still more atfgTy | at this incident, and started tn jump at i her, but bis h ead came against her hand I and he fell down. She took hold of his : h air to raise him up, and the hair was 1 moistened hy the hot water so that it came ' off. Then she saw it was no use to reason j with him any longer, aud she left tbe house. Halls Journal of Health says. ‘H ainan ‘ will give himself sloop enough, and will oat , enough nutritious food at proper intervals, j and spend two or three hours in the open ■ air evory day, he may study and work and j write until be is as gray as a thousand rats, and still be young im mental vigor and i dearness.’ Andrew Shepard sod has been nominated by the Republicans for Member o f Assem­ bly in Chenango coimty. Tbo Norwich Telegraph rays be is'jim t ihe man for the pUec'.” dij? - 5 0 v 50 dtp. dix> 50 dip book 50 dip hook 50 dip book 50 book 50 dip boofc- dip & 50 Farmer's wreath, Mrs Joseph Gibbs 1 OO Boquot of worsted flowers do dip i Wall basket, Ella 11 Rice dip ( Seed wreath, Sin. N Ogsbury, dip < Seed wreath. Miss Nina Phillips, dip Seed wreath, Mrs 8 A Willard book Oriont-al painting, Mrs L W Norton dip Caso wax flowers, li A Kelsey, dip do do C T Riohey, book Wreath worsted flowers, Mrs 8 J Briggs dip do do Mrs Helen Monroe, dip Sample sewing roach, work, 8 A Tanner dip do do Peny & Waterman dip Oase machine, thread, silk and needlos Augsbury A Moore dip Foot Mat, Mrs 8 C Walrath, dip Set toilet malts, Mrs C 8 Woodruff- book Bead pin cushion, Mra W Young,' dip Infant's wool sacquo, Jfr* A M Kenyon dip Toilet writ, .Jenny Wilson, dip Sofa pillow. Eva Dimick. dip Infant's shawl,, Mrs Bow. dip ComnoiUoe^Mrs. D W Baldwin. Mrs. Min­ nie itedpathl Mra A M L’lloy. Petunias J G Pease, -j no Flowering Geranium, H D Converse 1 l)n Coxcomb, J G Pease, 50 Lemon tree, Mrs F M Livermore, JO 2d best Oleander. “ jtt Mexican cactus, Mrs E Clement. 1 Ofl Oleander tree, Mrs 8 Snell 1 (10 Wax plant, Mrs E Clement, 1 Oil 10 var. grapes,G W Lawrenoe,Oswego I IX). 12 ’’ plume, ” “ '• 8 00 15 “ pears, ” ” “ aw) Air plant from. Brazil, B F Hotchkin so Boqnet pleased flowers, Mrs H Becknr 1 00 Hanging basket, W R Steels ,V) UO .variotieB pears, J Peiroe, Oswego ' .5 00 Fusohia, Mrs F M Livermore, 50 Double fusohia, Mrs L D Olney, 80 Sample flour in Bbl, $ Graves 3 00 ’• honey in jar, W O Tallmam, i oo 2d best J G Pease, ;,o T h e tiD tlcn lsrn e d o f f e r s , n p o o n.< the f o H o u lojf proper y : H O C ! K B A c L O T N o 28 S i e r l t n z a i r e d . G o t h i c (’utlas;** u r m c r j y o w n e d by H o d . A. W O m t t a * O b *. VA*«Ur, F n m a c r . Bfl-b and C lofct, and is ifec m o s i d e o t r i b l o lo c a t i o n o f f e r e d ro r r a l e In ibis c i t y , M O U S E S c L O T N o . 69 v y i s h i n g t o n s t r e e t , eto T 7 s q n f t r e r o o f , b i s U t a . W a t e r , P a n r a o * , B»U a n d C lo « e t c o m p l e t e l i e n t i r e l y n e w a n d In A o d order. B O U S E S c L O T N o . 5 W ^ n e lo w etjee t, t i r o Ito r y *qu«r* ioor. b a e G t » , W a t e r . F u r o t c f t , B a t £ ind C l o s e t , Is e n t i r e l y o e w . H O U S E S c L O T N o 1 ft W l n i l o w s t r e e t , e a m n ll s h o r e , e x c e p t t t r a t t t b a s n o b a m B O I S E S c L O T N o . 18 W i n s l o w streo t. iw - j Itory fc a r U i r o o C tuw F u e n t c o , .Water, C-an, Bdb an-d U o e e it, Is n s w a o i l In c o o d c r d e r . H O U S E * A L O T S N o s 4 6 and 1 3 W i n s l o w ilro e t . aro tw o e i o O t F r e n c f c ro o f s , h a v e W a ter. (Jo * - , Batb aod C l o s e t c o m p l e t e , a n d a r e In g o o d order H O U S E S t L O T N o 20 W i n s l o w **jrcl, h a s Ule a o d W a t e r . __________ H O U S E S Sc L O T S N o e . 3 and 7 Mousod s t r e e t arc e a i D c a s a b o v o . _____________ H O U S E S c L O T on M aV n • r e e l , lo N o r t h W i t e r t o w n . f o n n c t l v o # n e d b y H . V. C a d w e ll . H O l . S K A . L O T No 1ft M a n e o n *t reet. & o( t h u abo^o bmiee* wtll Ire eold fo r Mill < t*b puymcDi down, tbe btdiuce remaining no M u d sodmorttagc, O r a t e r m o f y e a r * , thu* « f - loiJinx m men of mooerata m e a n * a n o po r hjbIty t o r a r a an d p i y for a h o m o . T b e a a b o a a e e are o f f - ♦red a ' prlcu', a e any p e r e o n w ill find upon e x - iminatlou B a v i B g r o l d a iin m b e r of e l m l l i r b o a e t » l i tftdAfttno lo c a li t y , lo T a r l o n s i> « r r o \ t , I refer to item i n re g a r d o l h e d e s i m h t l n y of t b o p i o o e r t v . U l e o have tw o bou»>«-5 ibnt I h -111 -No. f-M W’*btii«itott8‘rect and N«. 1 Uniaeon atjrret l^or t^rlcer. Term * Particular*, c o q a ire i f J . Y M OFPRTT. *cpt 'X7 dOiwU at IfercbantiBaok. A G E N T S W A N T E D F O B Jobn B. Gough's Autobiography. The H«flt feUiog&Qd moet popular book now bo fors t h e people. » c w o n ld call tho a t t e n t io n »spa- c a ly o s c tdl^w .otk... JB jc I ijkwy * tefTlK>vj rgj'v n a n d ralarr pafd to Ihnsb w h o profcr. ••Tlargo comtnlselrtn. r o r particular* sdrtp'i* tfce P a b ls h c r * , BILL, NK’HOLS A Co Sp^gff-ld, Mass. & x u 2 5 d K 4 w C An. I T Y n u t n c S T O H f i . CHARLES T. GREENE, W athinylon Hall Block, W a tsrtoim , Ha* )nst rcdelred an ebUre nmy stock of SHEET MUSIC, MUSIC BOOKS, flfc e . , S t c i & c . S o w in g M a c h ines Of »1 kinds for Sale, to Kent, Exchanged, and lle- poircd r A B H X . V 8 H W Z M O EXBCDTf.r I7J TUB N'EATBST MANSKK. ai ; i : s t fok C B O V E H S B 4 K E U S ’ H I I C O X A G I B B S ’ F I Y K L K A L .Y O Y ’ 8 SEWING MACHINE!}. Seivlug Machine Thread, Needles, Turk Mnrtcrs, Githcrcre, Frll ore, Qni terc, Torders. Helf-Sewtre. 3 o r ' ' - Hummer*. Mxcliir tor,, vc Jtr. V11 Brone', Scieeor*. Cap noplDdliwlt J J B A W C.AttTINtiS For Railroad Shops &1Rcliine Mills, T H E S t . u T . B A T 7 D T O O . , . Stuim Engine Builders and Founders, N * W H A V B N f c O N H . H w lH S m TJUHTVIAN SYUrPB 1 For -8*1* b» rli ko . a FELL. Drniiwlr. U AlRD'ft BLOOM OF\ YOUTH •^bco, A. F e c k . Dm eirlel Fm »li k, “ D u p o n c o ’* G u lden p u ii» ! j loi lumalcsara imrfuctly barmlcms, *ot lik6,i-k.~. j a n d n e v e r l a r i . ‘“ ’ • c u r a t , • A«k fo r tho N E W S T Y I .S B O X ® , l o n b l o q u i u t l t f o f r t l l i . a n d n o o n each w i l l a n a to e n e v e n n e 8 i» m p , p r i n t e d t r o m * » f S VXTZ D l l nnon m>hirh lAY>oiK«un a « < v .. ,v~ v“w -v.vrauv pnu iea iromn* P», ? ' a P ° u loutmwrtne o f the s ST, \ r l i find print k ! ih o worrtu TinnoQ^*^ \ r l i flnd prin tk ! t b e w o r d s Do od lcal P ills , In w h ito le t t e r s ; N f t f i “ O T E P f « W J Tu AT FREEMANS 16 COURT St. ’It b o o t wtack • N O N E ARE G E N U INE N . B . - T h e om »ll Red and Y e llow b o m u „ longer uoed. E v o r y h „ i l e «|. ned, 8. D. HOWE, „ . , l ' 0 « pr- Iirletor) Ne* York. Price ( t per b o x . «lx ooxoo S6. r drufffflflta* Bole A m u f*ir W aiertown. L» lie? oy Rt-ndinu t h o m o o t i S ir thronjtb n o W att-tiowp P o s t office caoharetb* plila *ont (conflden • itllj) b y mail t o any nirtofthA country true of Doatsge. bold also In M e x ico hy H a n tlo g t o n and Rickard and titone A Co FulwfcL I m r t S i f f H O F F ’S ^ ^ ^ F e x t r a c T paT » lting and naanl -on* absent of ohfaJc. ns In favor o f n o F F ' d M ALT KXT h a CT In cap alo forma o f <11* care: 1* o w l n r to tbd rtordUy o f a* tOcc s. whlrh Has In a certain m r x .are sly«& r thi chaiactor o f arpt-dUc. Thore c x i-ia bot a few Tu trrltrcaflir o f ch w in n e a t P i K t ~ \ S f •t< much, and abovw a’i of tho lunjra. wblth »et io raudly and at the aamo t ’m e ao promptly »' HcJT* M& t extract has fA.ni IncomesUhle etida&ct d m provv^ to act, SOLD BY a LL D&UGGI T S AND GBUCQS T x k iu n t & C o , 278 Grfe n m c h Ht. N. Y. bole A c e n to for U n ited btatea. etc. Syracuse Medical Dispensary Es'abllabcd by Dr Goff. In 1850 A coro gnirantecd lo nil Prlvalo and Female R* o u o e . a l e o S p o matorrhoo*. or e e m to*! W rek*» A c w llbnot tno use ot Mtoertl Poleooa, t o t thoilei tim e and lore prlco than r a y otberlneritntloDOfUke k ind. Uoniuitatlun Frco. Medicine eccnrfly M t by mMl t-r cipreea. J o . t pub l.n o d —T w o book* ln O n e—d r f tin t a Die- aece and Dl.emsoe of Fem xlo,. Tbe cxtxra, ‘ rooiment nnd radical core of epormatonhoaa, or ooiuLiial wrtmkno-o, boxtui deb llty,DcrvotinMn,Ac. A leo, mailt-™ nf v ita l I m p o r u n c o to tb e nurriad,or Lbrvur coDtomplat ng marrtaao. Price, 3S c c u te. Bent to a n y addreaa on receipt ot DM. A U GOFF o ? F * d X M e w P l a i d * , N e w B e r g t i u N o w X o p l i x n , N o w A l p a c a * . N e w U m p r o a a , N e w B B o r i n o e , N e w 8 - t r i p o S q u a r e B h a w r l a . N e w S - t r i n e X , o n g i h a w l s , N o w P l a i d T S q u m r e B h a l w a , N e w P l a i d X o n g B b a w l e . N e w P r a i e l o v K h a w l * , N o w Z O p o r a r i m n n o l * N e w W h i t o P l a n n o l * , N s w S f e e s P U n n o l a , N o w R o d P l a n n o l * , N o w 8 a * h B i b o o i i * , N e w T r i m m i n g * , N o w B n t t o a a , * N e w V o l w o t s , N o w P r i n t s , N e w D e l n n e s , „ • N e w C o t t o n s , N e w C r a s h e s p r ice, or apply to G I N o . 9 R a r t a o lo B lo c k . B y n c i M j I . Y . D r D o f f 1* tne only P u y Bictra tn S y n n M wh* g i v e * b ’t wholo aitenilon t o tb o trcatm a il o( tba a b o v e disease*, w b c r ti a grodnats o f a medical col- love nnrt±50dw l A Congh Cold or Sore Throat ~ it q ixnm edlito ottacUoa* oa neglo often result* la aa MB>> b l o L n g D licaw - Browna B ronchial T r h c i t f w tll m o s U n w U b lygW o taiU a t r * ' Hof for D ionchltlt, Artfaam CitaffL ConeamptiYo and Throat D lecaact, they bare aioo* bloc: offect. S i n ^ o r s a n d B p e a k o r a o w U n m to dttiuA itrcn g t h c n tbo voice. O w ing t o tho good rcpuUxtloP aod popalarill 9 lb o T roches, taaoy w o n b lesa and ch«ep boiutloaf are oflcrca^wblch are good for nothin*. ob t a in t h e T r n * B r o w n ’ * B r o s c h h u w # * cbsib B H O W N B \ B r 6 n C H U L T ^ O C flK S “ Bold by THEO. A , P I C E . D u t f * B A T O H f c L O H ’ S H A M D Y B . Thfe apluudld H a irD y o l a Thabeat I * *•' H a rm lcee— roiiable— InsUntaoocnis.doca no* coawa C a l l « NOW ON EXHIBITION. l a n d E x a m i n e ” a n d S a l U f y Y o n r - *elf. i*ndw W a tertow n ,N .Y . g O L B I E I S S O h M S C S l , A T T E N T I O N ! L’n d o T a r c r c n l d t c ^ l o o o f lb o Koprcnyo Coon* tb fss s o l d l m w h o *nllf»ted forthr^e year«, borweco Way. 4 a n d Jaly gtf. I85t. s o d w e r e Uooonably D ie- charecd on ecco o n t ul d isea s e or oth e r caqoce. u n entitled lo tfcoir $100 BOUNTY; uridcr t h o a c t o f -Jnlj S9v 1S5L a n l o r t ' t h o , k a v e already received t h e same SOLDI B im k N T I T L E D — Bond o r bring dn your db e b o r g e s at o n c e , to n d l n ; p o s t office address, and w i l l Hie c l a i m ' lor r a n ai s o o n aa p o s s ib le. I bavo ttrtsd a ; re-reived “ l m t i o c t i o n s tn d TonnS* irnnr t b e Boonty D f - p i r t o c n t t t N n t f l n t t o s . Dated Match 33. 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