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HS >) 4 f o S t a t e llsi’ T H E D A I L Y T I M E S . WATERTOWN, SEPT 34,1870. r- k k p c b m c a n s t a t k t i c k e t . Tor Gmnrtior, S T B W A H I X , T V O O » F O K » , ot King*. M>r H eutm tm t-Q o rxm o r, S i e i S M V N D K A U F M A N N , of New Vow. For Com&traller, A B I A H V I . m n B R , , ol llicliif. • For Canal Qomniutanm,' A B S A I . 0 H X N N L S O N , o r Erie ( lo n g term ). • A L E X A N D E R B A R K L E Y , ' ol Washlnkton (sbort MrnlJ. For Stall Primal Inmector, J O H N P A B X H C B 9 T , o l i lint'-a coonty. < C O U N T Y W I C K E T . For Qtmniy OUtk, JACOB STEABS, JR. F a r Ju s tic e Sesstons, E ltw ra -F. KAM8DELL. Fo* Coroner, JOSEPH TKIBAULT. F i r s t A n e m b l ; D i s t r i c t C o n v e n t i o n . The Republican electors of the towns and also of the Wards of this oity, comprising the First Assembly Distriot of Jefferson county, are requested to send delegates ss apportion­ ed, to a convention t o meet at the Oourt ■ house, Watertown, on Tuesday, the 27th, day of September, a t 1 o'clock P. ML, to nominate a candidate for member of Assombly, and for the transaction pf ssidi other business as may comejiefore ffio convention. The first ana fourth wards being in this district, are jointly entitled to three delegates in Conven­ tion. JSO. I j . IlOTClllUN, Ctzairnmp District (lorn. S e c o n d A s s e m b l y D L s l r l e t C o n v e n t i o n . Tbe Republican electors of tho several towns of the Second Assembly District of Jef. fersou County, will send lliroo delegates each, and lho Republican doctors of the part of tho city of Watortown an said Asaembly Dis­ trict will scud three dotegatos, fo an Assem­ bly District Convention to lie held at Vibtior'ti Hotel, in Evans Mills, on Tuesday the 27th day of September, is;i>„ nt 11 o olock a. m. to nominate aeandidalo fo r meraher of Assem­ bly, and to transact aacli other business as may be deomud nocessaiy. WAYLASJI) F. FDKD, Oh’ra Distiit-t Curumiltoe. Tbo Republican dec-tors of tbe several towns comprising tho 2<I Assembly District of Jefferson oonnty ure requested to send threo delegates each lo a Convontion to bo hold nt Vehbor's Hotel, in Evans Mills, ou Saturday, October .1, nt 1 o'clock, p. m., to nominate a candidate I m Member of Assem­ bly, nnd to transact sm-ti othor buainesa as may bo doomed proper. I., W. Tn.ua, Chairman District Committed. Thoresa, bop. 12, 1W*. F v .r Aliens who desire t.ivoto at] the next Presidential election nx mt tdk.r out their first papers during the n n t right crocks, in September or October. uj» The Brooklyn F.ngle rolls Mr. GipoIpj tho most profane innn i n ibo world. The Now Y'ork Standard says tbis is uutruo.— Thoso who nre familiar with Mr. Greeley know that lie is uot b y any means in (he 1nrt>lruf using' proftm ^ linrgTragr.\ T e w Americans aro so pure a n d chaste and pro- ~ per in thoir speech.' ] Senator Oliver P. Morton wa* born in Wayne county, Indiana, in 1823. Altor graduating at Miami L' Diversity he studied for the bar, and was adm itted in 18-17. In — 1853 ho was elected Circuit Judge of the A*v Fifth Judicial District <tf Indiana. In 1856 ^ ho was nominated for tlie Governorship of that Btato hy the Democrats. In 1860 he was olectod Lieut. Governor, aud on the •election of Gov. Lauo United States Sen­ ator, ho becaihe Governor and held that offlco four jeara, proving hlmstflf to bo on« of tho greatest o f the tv»r governors. In 1860 ho waa stricken w ith paralysis (ftom which he has novor recovered), a n d he wont to Europe. lie returned tho next year, nnd wro ctaason p-nitcd States Sena­ tor, which position lie bow holds. Ho is regarded as one o f the lenders in lliat-body and he is probably lhe ablest logician iu it. I t A - The Siege or Parte. A gay und frivolous people, like the Parisians, can go into n siogo with hats in tho-oir, nnd with wnvingg of handkerchiefs from the fair sex. Building walla and earthworks, mounting cranium, and storing • city with millions of bushels of grain and thousands of barrels of luvf and pork, and manning the ramparts with a hundred and fifty thousand arnieril men, ready to sacrifice their lives in de-fence o f Ibe treas­ ures enclosed, being nil e » cooiiij »U nio I «1, un­ thinking people may sa.y, ns w c do to tho winds of a cold December night when seated around the glowing fire, \blow and crack your cheeks.\ yiua shall tjol disturb mv comfort The people of I’nris hn t o aunouun-d lhat Jh o y nr.1' re,i.'b'i TD'j they; n !£_!«) far as nil these things can make them so. Great stress is pilaced o n numbers, when in a certain sense nmnlu-vsonly odd to th e certainly of speedirr capitulation. W r dn Dot suppose the Prussian ^tr-ifegisl, Moltkr, quite \c.v peels’ lo i nke Pnx-is hrirssnuir, b u n through the dire necessities of human nn ture. lie knows, as every thoughlful per­ son knows, (hat a city raT two millions *f people cannot long subsist, without fresh supplies from the country\ - Bread and salt meat, as a diet for n grca-t populace, docs very vAll for a few doys, im t when subsist' ed on for a week o r two, people begin to de- sire fresh food—milk, vegetables, fruit and the cf, wtcrno that come from tbo country, fresh and palatable, h^alfc-hful and invigo­ rating. YVhon denied tfaese, sickness bo- groa to tako tho plan;, o f robust, defiant health, first among tlie children, then among tho frailer of tho a d u lt population, -and as time wears on, complaints begin fo _ risain. hydradieaded fornas, and numbers, which at first seemed a source o t strength proves, a t laat, to be a source n o t only of weakness, but of insecurity. YVc havo no doubt Tatis can defend it w lfijgaiftt assaults to The day ofjtrdg- - m ent; hut she m u st succtsnib at last to the, “ horrorsof .fatniire and pSstileuce. Iflh e -—-French peoplo had not ths® power, or were poorly— generated- tha*. thoy could not •top the victorious Prwuans in fcheYfosgea > Jpountaiust-at thexsrosamgofHh e Mbactte) r and the Seme.—-nmehere ip a ll ^ .thadiktaUcdftom th e fortified frontier to 5?*!? J ’rances cannot now ro- ..r^jA m h e fall pfita cgjnt ii>. , as well expect a race home to win a heat after two logs a re broken. All King William has to do i s merely io k e ep auppliea p u t of Paris, andt it m u st succumb. H. Sorties w ill hot raise the soigu, and. there ia naiirmylml.Bazuineji utM ctz t o compel it frorn the outside. I t looks t o us as though a chapter of horrprs was in store for the g a y denizens of Paris, unless Jules Favre succeeds a t once-in arranging terms of peace. The Prussian army has elbow-room, and can draw its supplies from Germany or gather them from the enemy's country, and stand to its work all winter. B u t Paris will soon eat its way to famine. 'ffi T h e R e p u b l i c a n C a n d i d a t e r o r C o u n t j r C l e r k . It matters but little whom the Demo­ crats plac* in nomination for the office o f County Clerk in opposition to Jacob 8tears, Jr., th e Republican nominee. His deservedly high reputation for duties akin fo those of the clerkship are so gen­ erally known to the citizens o f Jefferson county that we hardly need recount them. Mr. Ste&rs i s now 43 yeara of age, is a native of Watertown, nnd familiar with the duties that he will soon be called to discharge. H e was chosen Clerk of the Board of Supervisors seven years ago, and hns b een recalled to that position with great unanimity every year since. Mem­ bers o f the Board, and the public who have buainesa a l hia desk,join in acknowl­ edgments of Iris extraordinary fitnefl* for the place. Be is a ready penman, quick to nppri-kcnd, affable in manners, and ns an executive officer in the discharge of clerical duties has uo superior. Mr. Stems waa nine years Assessor of flic town of Watertown, and the high ap- pi'ecmtion in which his services wore held by die people is manifest from the fact that ou his first election lie received 2J majority, on tbe second 172, and on the third 237 tnqjority. Bince Ihe organiza­ tion of t he city, he lias been re-elected by the part ofthe town in which lie resides. Mi. Hteara has a fuiiduoei and cnuw- queully a fitness for rlcrical duties. Ho well d o the peoplo understand his capa­ bilities fnrBUch duties, that wherever he appears at puhJir meetings, where clerks or secretaries are needed, he is quite sure fco he selected t o perform the labor of the positiou. Mr. 8. hah done a vaet amount o f gratuitsus public Bcrvirr of this kind. The convention hit the nail on the head when it made the selection it did fnr County Clerk. Mr. S. is a man of strictly tem p rrate habits, and of thorough integ­ rity of character. He is deserving of the place to which he is nominated, and will fill it w ith very great public acceptance. T w e e e l ’ a C o n v e n t i o n . Dpnciil Corvwpnodoneo of Tints tnd Karoams. R o c h e s t e r , Sept. 33. 1870. E d i t o r s K e f o r s l e r : — Y’esterdsy wns a gala day for tha Demo- c racy o f this city. Their Convention as­ sembled here to listen to the nominations o f Wm. M. Tweed. Delegates were here from every d istrict, bnt Tweed had said tte old ticket must be re-nominated and no delegate dared say nay to the Grand Sachem of Tammauy. 8. J. Tilden callod the Convention to order and earnestly in volrcd the spirit of “Jefferson,’ the father o f Democracy.” If tfie Democracy which assembled at Corinthian Hail yes­ terday is tho offspring of Thomas Jefferson w e beseech Tilden lo let the spirit of the great father rest in peace, for if it had been really preaent, we think it would hare cried out In anguish, “Indeed, it ia a w I bc father who knows his owu child.\. The C-oDvcution was organized, the Y oung Democracy ruled out without ceremony, TweedYs slate read and approved, a lair amount o f gas released, and then adjourn­ ed to g ive plaeo to a general ratification meoting in the evening While thr crowd wns dispersing, one of Tweed'Bbody gnard was oqught in the net of relieving til* friend, 8. J Tilden, of a gold wali-li. Fifteen car loads of Ijnwc “pels\ weru im ported l>y the Erie road. I’reiMil'cxjwusc, in give ttuic and influence lo the (.'onvuution. Tweed, you know, ia one of th e principal directors of this road. Iti the evening w t wrreinvited bia display o f lire works, a torch light procession l>y street boys,and mote speeches by Demo­ cratic big guns. Among the principal upenkers were 8. fi. Cox, Richard O'Gor man, und A. Oakey Hall. The first of these, although misrepresenting the Rc publican party, said some very sensible things (notwithstanding our friend Urce- tev-lo th c vrntrnTT't sgaitm -s higlr'p'rotec live tariff. He made one statement which lefl hisaudieore in suspense, YYhile talk­ ing; of the duties on tear, sugars, voffcn, • etc., some nnc cried out, \How about I whisky ?\ JT h a t/'. jaid, he, \is the Deni;, neraticpart; la m coming to tlinL soon,\ and after ■ frx more remarks resumed his seat. The suspense was removed this morn­ ing. The proprietors of the Osborn House announce that they find $2,000 in the till of their bar as the rranlt of one day’s sales. Of O'Gorman, we will say that out nf sympathy -wt were glad he was allowed to apeak. If\ he had not been he would un­ doubtedly bave burst. It ia strange how so small s man can hold so much wind. He would deliver himself o f a long rhetorical sentence, and then while waiting for ap pla-use, would complacently fold his anus and begin to swell,-and continue to swell, until he looked very much like a poisoned rat. Last of a ll came A. Oakcy Hall. Ifhn told the truth once, which we very much doabt-, h is Democratic friends should not chide him, for he certninly did not intend to-doit. \ H isenttro speork was mado Up of malicious lies, personal vituperation andrihu lowrst “order of low blackguard­ ism. I t ’ contained neither scn6e, w it or tru t h / s R i l e n . — ’Napoleon was passive, smoking a ci- gac_i: YYhu cnn say then, -wmt tne Empire has not ended in smoke 1 — Gen. B. F. Butler will deliver a few lectures, th e ooming wiliter. 1—An abandoned woman— Nancy. Bee telegraph reports. — Query —YVhere will lhat “infallible Pope” go now he can’t stay in Rome ? — Convention oi New England Editors in New Y’ork yesterday. — The favorite romance o f office seekers; “P a t yourself in-his place.” — GSfiTDrant was at the Wuverly, N. J . State Fair, yesterday, — Nasby’s new lecture—“ In search of the man o f Sin. ' — Kx-8enator YVade is i n New Y'ork city. — Waldo AI. Potter retires from the Sar- atoginn. — Carl Schurz is stumping Missouri. B o d y S n a tching—E x c item e n t lu Clin* ton. Tlio Clinton Courier of last Thursday has the following : This community has been shocked by the recent finding- of an empty coffin on the premises of Mr. George Bristol, and about one mile in the rear of the residence of Mr. Win. H. Havens, under such cir­ cumstances and with such surroundings as to indicate thnt u foul crime had been committed against boiuo one of the tin - numbered dead. The coffin was first dis­ covered by two small boys who lived at Ihe Clioton Mill, the llth of August, and kept secret until ubout two weeks ago, sinev whieli time it has been visited iiv many people, in hopes to bolvo the rtiys- tery. but it yet n-mnins unexplained. W lien found, it was in a lonely gulf, and purl i ally covered by hemlock brush, and had t he appearance of having been there two or three months. The top wus off, and inside the coffin were somo ropes and- chains ol' oousiderable, length, which had in nil probability been used in raising it it from the place where it had been inter­ red The rope was also discolored in sev end places, as if with blood, and .there can Le no doubt of u body having been stolen from the grave. Why. and from whence, may always remain hi mystery, but it is a mystery everybody iH inter rated in having solved. And to further this end, after conforring with the proper authorities, Mr. Havens has taken the cof­ fin, and articles found with it into his pos­ session, for tho purpose of affording ample, opportunity for identification, and it is hope*lth'at a key to the mystery may yet he found, nnd thr guilty parties brought to jiiRtice. RlUce! lane-on ». —V , New Orleans man board bis wife moke a statement whioh he dcemoil erroneous, and ho cnrrenled her with a tnrreon f 'ill of boiling soup. —How much trouble weald bo saved if people would beod the following sun I core in IxiLhair: “Novor you sign n paper with­ out reading it first, and knowing will what it means. —It is oomplaiDed ot in London tbat the postal arrangements witb the Lulled State are so bad that bills arriving in Loudon are protested because the loiter of adricu arrives too lato. —It Is asserted ss a remarkable physiologi­ cal (act tbat the Common Council of Chicago are iByiug their hoods together in an endeavor to Boowire a suitable wooden pavement for the city- —A woman applied to a magistrate (or a summons against s neighbor. “Sho called me s tlnef, your honor. Can t I make her prove it ?' \No doubt you oonld,\ eaid the magistrate, “ but yob had better not. ' —East Tonnesseo has raised this yonr five million bushels of whoat, and will give a sur­ plus o f threo million bushels for sale. —1Tfcore ia refreshing simplicity in the ac­ count which a Banta Fo editor gives of hiB fight with Gen. Heath. “ Having nothing lo defend myeolf with,” aayn tho shot at, “ wo made th* best possiblo time—and our frionds u y it waa good—to our ofSco.\ Q A T S t O A T S t ! O A T S ! I ! 1 0 , 0 0 0 B U S H E L S 1 * * * * * o r OHIO OATS, N S W CHOP, n o w in s t o i c aDd for nalo at tho Cape V i n c e n t S l e m t o r . U a MSIOND & BU U N U A M . _ flOt. ^ L I N T O N X > I id C & F O R S A L E . Tht* V a luable ji-oncr y. cons'arinn ol A 1 s ± R K OF N E A R L Y F O U R A C H E S of L s n d , with lh e M A N D S O H I i : M A J / S I O N H O U S E in ti Q n t-B ttU d ingcifcoteon, «iiUAied o n tb e corner of Oilxa*oniQ S h e n u a a btreet*, ia now offered for sale If n o t sold I n a body b y th e lM h ol O ctober, w ill d lw & w o l tha vacant l o t s geparitely to., s u it pur­ ch a s e r s W O u S T K B s h e k m a h . q o o k r , v a l e n t i n e a C O . , 324 B R O A D W A Y , 1 V. Y. Berlin Zephjr.Germantown Worsted WOR9TBD; KMBH0IDERIB8, WORKING CANVAS, Java Canvas, C r o b h e t and Tidy N e e d l e s , &c. SOLE AGENTS FOB “Salmonie\6d T i Alpacaraid, B L e n g t h W a r r a u i e d . Black, Colored an d P la id Alpaca B ra id s . Cadies' O o U a rs and C u ff*, a u jflln ijt, C o rttls, Buttons, Bru s h e s , hoops, Fo rfn v x e ry, ife . d c . ctp ’ifl .w3ai _______________ _ ___ J p J A K O t f T T L K & f J O W A K b IMMENSE STOCK OF COAL AND WOOD STOVLS for fall trade. W o are b e t ter prepared t o i a t l d y onr <Qjtum.«r» In r e p a i d lo ^ . PBICES & QUALITY of iitx id i th a ^ . over before W o call yonr P a r t i c u l a r A t t e n t i o n I d tw o etfvea th a t wore awarded T b e J E i f H t J L ^ r i z e (IVER AI.I. (iTIUill STOYIiH. A T T H E h A T E J K F K . t u l N T Y F A I R , F lret i f h ch \« 1 be Im p roved, Hot Blast, A M E R I C A N C O O K S T o V E F ’’ o r 1 W 7 0 . Wteh to call attrut’on of Ih; trading public t- their —\ YVell, David.\ said a poor but ■worthy citizen to one of tlie Wall streot magnate*. “ they say the world has pros pored with you and thnt )ou ax-o immense­ ly ricb.\ •• Well,\ replied David, “per hap* i t is true, but. wo cmmot take our gold w ith us when wo go.\ “ ll would melt i f von did,\ was the quiet retort. —Wlie opening chapter ,>f Western novel contains the folluuiu. All of a euddcTiIhe fair girl continues tosit upon the mind, gazingupon the briny deep, on whoso hearing bosom the tall shipB went tueVril v I iy, freighted—nh ’ who con tell, with how much of joy and sorrow, and jiiuc nnd lumber, anil emigrants, und troops, anti salt fish m a r r i e d i BORLAND—ACGHBDRY-O d Ihe 22nd inat., I>r Rov. Lnemn M. 8. Haynea, at the reaideueo ot James B. RobbmB, Esq. of thia city, Andrew J. Borland ot Itiohville. and Kitty Aagslnirv, of Gouvemenr. ¥,ew ^dveitisements A.YV.G. T h e _ apprehension is unfounded that xvith hia t e n thousand pamphlets of veto mcsugei, Gov, Hoffinaa would flood the Btato. They are too d r y ! — Albany Jour­ nal. STANDARD SCALES R M iR O ID -TR E K v e ta ., 8tc. PIATFOPW, COUNTER, etc., etc. ■*, ALSO B A L D W I N ’ S A I .A H U M O N E Y D R A WEES AND MENEELY'S BELL%. FA 1 R B A N K S d CO., 2i'2 BROADWAY', N. T , F o r Sale by all leading hardware dealers. - 8 e p U 4 use. S Y S DPS, A c . Teu reasons why it i* the Beat Store in tha world 1 t—T*xe filil s are thicker uni bcailir. • nioolb- e i aoe t>-*Uer ftueO 2d—It hft# ths laiROil ft O'! therefore Ybc rnoni petleci d r a ft. M—It l& T g t'lovrti Yhnm oft ppjfetl baker. 4th-ItbA»lbe LMPRO V j BL j D o t DLAST DKNFT •cd Cbercforc, •■fnnft3>»cft! 6lh—Lt Hid T m E a CC y UKNTINU H OT AIR CRFHT th e 2re& te$l inToo'toa <>f ti© day b'O O T H B R S T O B - S i r fi'-b—U baft the S I F T IN G ASH G R A T E , w iihoct w b lcb n o ©‘fro In com p i-ie i m - U bft* Ibt* CAhT IR O N . E N A M E L E D WA- TBR 1 A N E , t b e mon eflectiiil in .yew, w ill bo!) w * t-r la ib m y m 'n m e r It ♦ in keep A m ]»orp«*tTjn)\y, and bAko lODfftr wl-b od « flrtt. vib-Itwi.lk* . a wood Arc 12 to 21 hours witb- out at’mttou. 10 b—k t U tho m o i l bom UJo! in jwttorn. proper- ti«Q anti flalflfi. SIZE AND PRICES tn jo lt I b o f f t » b o m a y jjlvc n* a caU, I/*»«or cliftf ©tovctftt FIG V R H S . Tb© Dc?it Flffi ?*ri2<i B tovr t* tb© I mproved, Hoi-Blast. Oriental, with th© Syi'bon P)ua, Doable Ba«o, md Mftffftafoe th e m e # 1, w n n d e r ftil' #N»v* «n»r InveDtod for thle -roneno ; Y o u G e t ©tl t t > © U e t t m i t l i © b u t W i t h o u t tb© o u t o r © D u m p e r . Y o n w i l l n 0 w**r I m r e « i t r S m o k e »«r G a s in t © r n o o i f r o m i h t s n t o v o , a n d w e w i l l W A R R A M T IT ! I Another Fret Priro *88 It e CfJohraied H E N D E R S O N F U R N A C E OTtr all other#, aiid !© pronounced to be tli© Best Coal Furnace inUse. Over IhiitT -tvo i n n t t In t h i s city. R e feren c e * : G E O . S M I T H . H. HAREFORD, B e v . S. 7 . u A Y A N , L E V I JOHNSON, H. B. M OTHER, W A R D II, BBAHD, ~ b ; L, 150 A LI/S, W M . R L i o b B L L . *T thi? H$ not 03ontfh, call s o d w ill jriT© tou m o r e w > ©til) m i i n our P l u m b i n g S team a n d Gas* F it ti n g D iparlroent*, and ore preparei l o j l r e Perfect Satisfaction tn both t h e s o brsnca<-«. A n E x tonslvc S’.ock o f T I N — alw a y s cn h x n d . Q ivn t i*© c « .R sq 4 w « win fio onr bafX to. ----------- r—rrrrr . _____ ________ PLEASE YOU-/ w h e ther y o a Im y o r ^ e o t W e in k e lo b © ‘ Irnoblod’ w i t b sig n s e e r s . R e m o m b e r tb e place, 2 & 3 W l i i t e ’s B l o c k , East Side o f Publio Square, WATERTOWN, N, Y. ' H b O K B A T J f O V B U - r Y O F T H E I B A M M l M I 9 B A H A T S S S X A K ' B A N D Q L Y O T l l O U P B ! \ , W ILL 01V B O N E OR T H E I R N o v e l a n d P l e a s i n g R i i t c r t a i m n e n t s , * !M t W a s h i n g t o n M l r t t l , O n W e d n e s d a y E v e n i t i g , S e p t . 2 8 t h T H E A B O V E T R O B l ’ E N U M B E R S 2 5 F 1 R S T - C I . A - 1 V A R r I a r I t a , ACCOMFAEIBD B-Y A F u l l B r a s s B a n d and O r c h e s t r a . A d m i s s i o n 05 C e n t s ; li« s e r v e < 3 S e a t s 5 0 C e n t s , C U ilD >r ; ) T i f B PU B L IC — a o lieviQ ? t ' l a t i ftr»t cUy© T r o o p e w o ' i . t i m . e i w i a uaccc#. I bay© o 'gaa- izid, a l a creat e x p - n ^ e , a C x u p a u y Ut it t think h a # never h a a hfid its sap e r lor 1 r . ^o.ved m y C im p finy sboald jjl»e a N o v e l, C h a s t e ©nd Pleasing- enttjrtalmneat. w i t h t h a t object, in v i e w . I b a v e ongotjei »rtlits celobrB»«d f> r U i t ir t u e n t on t h e •taut* b iid respected f»r i h a ir il p o r t met t l n private life,au a lep o e a l t o '^ © puhl'c.& a < lL a d ies k u 5 OKIl dren 1 n particular to ttsj ©t me w i t b itM r patn)ua&>© tfei/l.^^PTr^^eripeclfd l lv , MIrfS A i>A T fiB M A K . A Y E ^OR I b e underttKned oierR , upon m o e t lavorab leterm e the follow in g property : I I O U S E Ac L O T N o 58H lfriline eiro e t G o thic CoiUjro 'oruiiiriy owued b y Uon. A . V?. 0>&rk. Qu?, W a ter. F a m * c o . B a t h »ud C loset, a n d le ttie m o n d e a iisb le i o c a iio a ofiered f o r ealo h i th is c it y . H O U S E Ac L O T N o . 0 W in s lo w str e e t , tw o •tory ©qua™ jo o i, ha© G©#, W a ter, F u r n a c e , lia t b andc)of>ct, Is e n tirely c a w . H O U S E A L O T N o Hi W inslow str e e t , eam e as noovc, except i b i i It h a s no b a m H O U S E A: L O T N o . Ifi W inalow © t r o t , Iwro ■tory i ar le roof, nae Furnaco, W a ter, U s e , Bail) i n d O lotet, I* new a n d lu Rood ordffr. H O U S E S Ac L O T S Noa. 4. 6 and 12 W inslow ©treat. a r e two ©tory Prwoch roofs, h ive W a t e r . G a s , Bfttb m i l Closot c o m p lete, and are ln good o rder. H O I S B N Ac L O T S N o * . 5 until 1 M u n aon street, are fam e as ib o v o H O U S E A L O T N o IS M u n son t i r e d . A i>*-i i ion of t h o above houses w i l l he ©old for a eiBxli i v©h paym e n t d o w n , tbo tualauco rem a ln m * onl'Mul find mortgaffo, for a term o f year*. thu» nT- torllua i n men o f m o d e r a te m e a u s an o p p o r t u n ity to e&rn and p'ty f o r a h o m o . T b e s o house© arc oQf- ered hi h low price, as an y peruou w i l l find upon or am lim tiou u i v l o g s o l d a number o f elmil&r houses In \he e& m e lotaltty. \o various p « r s ^ a s , I refer t o them in regard o the d e s irability o f tbo p r o r w t y . I«foo have t\vt» house© th v I -will D’ tit No. 5f> W s s b ln g v c n s ’re e t . ard N o . i M uqwod streei Fur P r lcea, Term© nuti PartlcoUrft. crq i i i e ol tep t 'ifi d d tw.t J . Y M b PH NTT,' a t MerchAitliDnnk. ^ I T Y f l i s i c N l o a r , CHARLE8T. JVrc. 9 H 'ttn h i/u j'i/n If a i l l lllo e j . III / te rto m i T H u s just icceivrd an e t t re r c w stock o f S H E E T M U S I C , M U S I C B O O K S , f l t c . , f i l e - , A c . I S e w in g IMticl lines O f ib k ’uU i f»r S a le, In l i e n t , K x c b ingctl. a n t lie— j m In d r A H U L Y 1 S W I N Q F A J C D T i D IV T H E N E A T E S T M A N N E R . .4 K E N T FOR O H O V E U A B A K E R S 1 W I L C O X A ( H U B S ' F I N K L K A L Y O N ' S S F . W I N C , M A C H I T S K S . Sew ing Machine Thread, Ntodlo*. Tndt Markers, Osthoroo*, frller© . Onl t a r s , ' o r d e r s, bel/-B©were, B e n u n e r s . Macblr.c Oil, O il B uji < s , 6cts©or$, C sa tore, i c Azc. sep l9d 4 tw ll A B P H A L T i n C O N O R E T E W 'ALKS 1 havo purchased t h e right (or tba H t u a a e l F l a k A C o . , C (I X ( U E T K an d h ire aH tbo Material© a n d M ichiiicry r o w prci- e n t in Wa^«:rtowo-4o--comtnozic© Iryrtrigib© ••me. Those Walks ar# being cjffltisiv*©)y laid In S y r i c n * © * R o o h e s t e r . N . Y . C w n t r a l P a r k an-l other pla'.'et, ar© K L I C I T tX : I'NT TERM A I. COMM E N D A T fO N . I w t l l W a r r a n t t b e W a l k lo STAND ERiiST AXD NO T REAVE, *ml I xrlll guarantee B A T I 3 T A O T I O N Z * O B I O Y D A H S T b e 1’rlce w i l l be T t v e l x e a n d a b a i r C e n t , P e r H q . F o o t l ’ O H A L L U N D E R 1,000 T E E T . O n li t* r e eM v « t *• :lu e l d mind c f H. A K ?. L'OCKf, . . ____ ae.i(Md]ni W. F. BK L K NA P . FIRST MORTGAGE BONDS, O F A ~ Trunk Railroad J n b E W - Y O R K S T A . T E , PA Y I N G 7 PER CENT. IN GOLD. A R B O r r E R B D A T F A R . T H K N E W -Y O K E f A N D O S W EG O M IDLA ND RAILROAD, w h ich w ill be 400 m tlea in i t s lotal leas-th from N e w -Y o r k t o Oawego, lmcludlm? t h e Au- born branch, ha© nearly 200 IlIILEsOF ROAOALUBAOY COM­ PLETED AND I N P R O F I U B L E OPERA f ION) oa th o N o r thern se c t io n , «k,tending southerly from the C ity o f O s w e g o , and m lor© e c ting tho A lbauy tnd S n e q a e h in n a R a ilroad at Sidney P lains. W o r k U bomg vigorou sly puth o d on other portions o f ihe line, a n d l i is the ex p e c t a t io n ol t h e Com p any to tave a t least 100 m iles m o r e In op e r a tion boloro the cloee o f the p n e e i t season . T H E L O C A L B U S I N E S S 1«already large, and th e > o m p a n y h a b j a s t c o n c ’ndcd ^contract the D e law a r e and U a d e c a c&saj Company for tran sp o r ting \tho c o ftlof that la r g e and wealthy corporation t o the northern section o f the tiur©. T h is w ill a d d so largely to tho b u s in e s s and profits o f t h a t sectio n o f th e hmu I, a lready co n t r o ll ing t h e local traffic o f ono o i th e m o st populon* and •nd lertGo d istricts o f tho B tate, that th e n i t earn- Infs, w Ithont tho aid o l through b u s in e s s , c a n hard­ ly b o less than 7 per c e n t ou tho en t ire coct, -which li 11)0 p e r c o o t in oxcoes o f th e in terest on its bond s. A S T R O N G P O I N T In r e g a r d to t h e s e b o u n d s ,is th e fact l h a t the l * s n o Is itrlctly lim ited to 1,000 per m tie o f tho fijniahed rosd, and B i H i N D T H E BO N D S IS A P A I D U P C A P I T A L OF N E A R L Y #7,000^000, w llch aflords am p le guarantee of th e O n a r clal $U*3k'thol th o Com pany. T H K B O N D S * T h e y are issu e d in d e n o m in a tion s o f fl.OCO : may b c e .t h e r coupon or roqlstercd, at th e option o f the tbo p u r c h a e e r ; bear s e v e r per cont go ld in terest, free of in c o m e l a x , payable the first o f January a n d Jo'y lu N e w York C ity, au d h i v e tw e n ty L v o years bo run to m a turity. Th*: popu larity of th e s e bonds a« a perfectly safe- security, bearing the h igh e s t ralo o f in terest au- lhoilr->l by th o lawrs o f N e w Y o tk, payablo iu gold coin, free of G o v e r n m e n t tu x , bas k e p t the supply nearly ex L a n « t e d ; buM h o recen t aud early future com p letion ot additional “o n i o n s will lo r a t im o for- nl(h u liberal supply, to w n ich w e rerpvcJuily invito the a t t e n t io n o f lnvesti-Ts, in ib e confident b e lief tliftl n o better s e c u r it y cun be found o n the m a rket. T H I C K , P A H A N D A C C R U E D I N T E L ! * E S T IN C U R R E N C Y . G overnm ent* and oth«*T ©enrri ica taken in ox- c h inge, A o ENTS AT YViTEBTOWK, N . Y. ALGO, AT THE H A N K I N G H O U S E OF C - G . H a r g e r & S o n . Or IV A T E K O W N , N. Y. G E O . O P D Y K E S c C O . , H a n k e r s , 2 5 N u s s u u H t . ficpl 1, -lw. O W M O P E N I N G , ’ * vr FREEM ANS 1 6 COURT S t. „ , —- - j , w*Av vm en thov rnm„ , —*uvaj charms-oi a b eautiful wom en t h ^ i 8peR o f tfrelr e y e * klndlo w ith au eulha8l, ‘r '“ Siage u 4 taem t o ho profoundly, If n o t indeed m l f oarneet. It t* part of the natural 8, ' ^ nlcia,1> In top e r c e lveall this and therefore 'T ^ S U able a r t t o becom e the goddet* Preach t o the c onlrarv, * , W6 em p loyed by w o m e n for e n h a n c i n g * « • Uie re t t i l l stand* t i e elerr.al t a o l , C h e*'1’'1' doe* n o t pro let th e society oi an u r’, he Wo«4 In . to t h a ’ o f a b e a n t y o f le w l” S ” »• m eat*. The world has , e t allowed S i C,Db*- sion t o w o m a n t h a n lo b e beautiful “ fa seem th a t tho iid lea ol ihe pre.ent are thi* idea of the w o r ld to greater extremra^1 “ \ T t y or ail w o m t n now to w h o m nature ha. V , . CTw tal'sm a n ic power o f beauty, . a p ^ l 4 '1^ “ \ by the a s o o f a m o s t delightful toUet ar a* the ‘ Bloom o f Youth,’’ which h a . n 0,ni\ Introduced into tht* couuU y by O ,OSu„ l “ UU1I a d e licate beanUfior, w h ich emoolhe* ont.l, , tatioDB, furrow*, s c a r s , rem o v ing tan w ? de\ discoloration s f r o m -th e e k inncavinr. tha 7 *011; o n e'ear, hrilllant, and Dcan'lfnl the tk t. (ompl9* smooth.- W ith t h e assi.tan c e of a nrnT . “ ‘4 trick of a Lady’s t o il e t fem a le beauty U d e S ' * \ p lsy a larger part i n the m* miration o fman ^ / am b ition of o i w o m o n than ait thq ^ sin c e h e r creation. Prof, C. p. Chandler™!?104*1 ;o the M e tropolitan Board of Health, ha' I41'' prepared a c h e m ical a n a fyalsof tM»d8He h t ( n ^ ^ l , ptepamttonandre o that the-Bloom 0 ^ 0 . ! wa* harm less contain nothing in)arto„ toT health L a d les need have l o fear o l uafng thi. ble to ilet a c q u ln o n . - -aU S H tan h u Bold b y evory druggtat and fancy good, a .., , th e U d h «< i trtaiGB- g w a i in jerii D e p o t 5 O o l d R t r e e t N e w T o r t Jnne 1 d w ly . * • PoiiHa t, A lH D 'd BLOOM OP YOUTH -.T h o o . A. Peck, D r u g g ist “ Dupoacot* (Jolden pm,ii for tam a le*are perfectly hArmlesa, aot h k e .rt,— an d uovcr tail, c o t i ^ A*k for Ihe N E W 8T Y I .B BO rics . . . . . . , U°tabie22aIULtyuf Plila- “ d noonach. w i l l Una tn e K evenno Stam p , printed troniM f f v a t b D ix , upon w h ich, lunptbw lseof the ’ ” 3 1 dni'I'rmtL-d t h e words Dnponcor. O o W ^ Q ? - o Jic ia P il/ i, in w h it e lou e r e ; WUhout which NONE AHS GENUINE N. B.—T h o u n a ll Bed an d Y ellow b o m ar. longer u s e d . Evory box I* staned “ * 10 8. D. HOWE, 9»w(„ a. . <BOle P^'prtetor) Nev-Iork Price $1 por box. e l x boxe© $ 5 . »**««. Sold b? Camp & Mafeey, druggists. Bole Lom u fo r W atortown. L a dies by ©endluff them through tn e Water rown P o s t ofllco ^ n ° \ i “ “{? pll!**ont (conflden ually) by m all u> any tart o f ta! country Ireo o f p o s ta g o . r w i m i i Bold a lao ln M e x ico by H n n tlncton and Rickard n n d Slone A Co Pula*fc. lo lv S l d e S / h H O F F S . ^ A L r ^ X T R A C f ' Tbo r n 'prisin g and nnant uoni araent ofohvrtr. n . In flavor o f H O F F ’S M A L T IXTKACT Fn w a m form* o f d t a o n e , ta o w in g to the rapidity of a* 1 flw a . w h ich ha* In a certain measure vtven It th e character of a speclnc, Thers e x ists bot a lew 10 tc* lu c a s e o f chronic catarrh , diseases e f tha • L n n m r h n n t ) a h n t i a e l l o f t k . u . __ . , . proved to a c l. SO L fivB Y ALL D B L 'O d taT S ANDQR0CKH8 TaaaaHT & C o ., 318 Greenwich St. N. V ________ b o l e Agonta for U n ited State*, otc. X E W R O O K f t S e p . tS, d A w lm F O R S.4 L t i n r t i T K R L i m & M OS HK U * ? ? I M f f l Y E MAN — hy L e n ta F ig u t e : — 1 laitirtted wtiu mj ©conn© of P r im itive Lii«, a o d iKttfigxirffr ol object* b e lo^p lng tou r u -b iafotic »ce$. T H E ttO R L D ’d BIK T B D A T —by PrcE- O t u a t e a - A book for t h e young LH a L I V iN O Q.UKST’O N S OF T D tt A G E - b y tbe au th o r b l tu e phlloaophy y f the P l a n ot b a lraiioo. GrNGEI? *V A l’8 ~ b y F in n y Fern. O RIENT B O Y - b y t t . F K e e n . CH R iB A OTHO—S e q u e l l o . W idow (ijld s x n ith s D anghfer, U O H V H O C 9 B 8 A N D L I G H T 8 H I F 8 - B « i e * of L ' b r u / Wondora. M OTH h BIT«T—A wery p la in Tft'e-- B O T H T m E ^ o r r H * - 8 T R a t t T - T y T r & r s Brrinit Walkor. r O E H O A L W 0 B K 1 O F THOMAS C A M P B gLL I 2 uin for ( 1 nn T H E TH ttK S BOTHERS—b y Mrs. O lip h in t. AKATT k N A V Y D I C T I O N a R T . LIFTING T H * VRIL. 8CMMBH D d lF r V F O O D F O R T H E W INT E R F I R K—b y N o te Prrrter. in i w iX r r A e r i ! ? ? Jy^ w a td'ftud R u th Garrett. T H B H T 0 D E N T 8 0 K MYTHOLOGY—b y 0 A W h it e PB O P H ffC Y A PR E P A R A T IO N F O R O E I R tbT - B im rifon L e c tnrw . b y R. P a y n e S m iu i. D D S S K I? r i l j K ? t 5 M r KT~ h ? o P T h r t D o v e ' OF A RM: P o inters. Bcruiptor© and b n f f m e p s . ALMOKT A1^ ' r U r i ? CK0,,P. ? > , * tF0f N ‘*IX)lCOn I 11' rA,T V f ? w w r \ J <J K,i 7 “~b:f '%a?hor of A lm o s t » N u n . JO IIN K VKLVF - M e m o l r s o f h i* U f o a - o d T im e * . F O H S A I . 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A l s o 8poj matorrboea, or Bcmlnal Wcaksca A c . w ithout iho ubu o f Mlncrxl Poiioo©, In a ihoftet Hen© aod l e t s prico than any other t n ititu tton o ftk i k in d , (’outuilA tion Free. M e d icine ©ecuielr Mit< by mall c r expreee. afuftt p u b .iih e d —T w o book© in Ono—or Print* Dletaricts a o d D iseases of Fem a le * . Tho utsrt« treatm ent and radical cura o f spermatorrhoiit o t ©emvniv! w e a k n e s s , s e x u a l debi Illy, nenroaantw, Gc. A lso , m a tters of vital importanco to the mairii4«or thow i c o n tem p lat e g m srrisge. Itilcc, 2 b cent©. B e n t to any address on rwtlpt o f p r ico , or apply t o D ft. A. U. GO?P ACQ* N o . 9 B a s taole Block. Bvnc&NjI.Y. D r . Goff is tho on ly Physician In 8 m e n u w h o jrtvva h'e w liolo ftttenrton to the treatment trfjkt..- a o u v c diBcaecSy-who-ia-a-grtdtistc uf ■ g t d I a I 'c o f » los^e mxrchWdwl A Gough Cold or Sore Throat r<q Immedlat* attsmlon. n e g le a l ie n retails tn u lasara- b l c L ngD tseaie- B r o w n a B r o a c h l a l T r e c k M w ill m o s t Invariably give I n ilaitic- l 1 e l for Bronchttle, Arthma, Cttank, C o n m m p U v e and T h r o a t D iseaaee, they k i r o s s o c - h ln B effoct. M i n g s r a a n d B p e a k s r a use ihem to d s u a a d •trengthen th o voice. O w in g t o th e good ropntatlon and popularity o th e Troches, m aoy w o r tnlcss and ch<op Imluiions aro offered, w h ich ar* good fcsr nothirg. Be r a . t a o b t a in the T r n a B r o w n ' s B r o n c h i a l T r o ­ c h e s . ______________ •T o w n s b r o n c h i a l t w o o h e s Bold b y TH E O . A. 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