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i,#, f a d d f lc k M o m p iig ’si Jfattfe HO. B WAIH1NGTOIS ITKKBT, WATEBTOWN, !!. Y. y y We B u ; u d Sell all issues of Government Securities, Gold and Gold Coupons. HF”We keep on iurad and will supply all firat data bonds and seouritiee. ly P e n o n * seeking investment will do well to see us before purchasing. fyinformation In regard to different bonds Ac., furnished gratuitously upon »ppl|«tiefi, iy*Accounts of individuals, companies and corporations received upon liberal tsr n w . <o .jyCertifioetes o f deposit issued bearing interest Gold Drafts, Silver, Canada Money and Coupons bought and sold. 'Cpljectioug made everywhere in the Jniteri States and Canada at—the loweat- nte% sndTTGeneral Banking Business transacted. * July » OBXN O. F H O IT, Cashier. Diy Goods, Ready Made Clothing ftc. G o o d s ! ! H A Y IN G DEOIDED TO GO OUT O F TH E RETAIL s a l e ; o f m e r c h a n d i s e NOW O F F E R TH E IR Prinrieau, Phillips f t C o . No. SO Court Street, Have just received an entire New Stock of D R Y GOODS, which they will sell for CASH, cheaper than can be found elsewhere in the City. They also keep the celebrated “Red Lion” Slack Alpacs, Double Warp, Silk Finish. These goods are superior to any in the.market, «sregards Price. Color a n d Durability. May7smt<few _ — ........ - — ...... .. 2 __________________ _ Carpets ! Carpets ! W e are now receiving ono of the b^st selected stock o f CARPETS,and -OIL-OLQTHS ever brought to this eity. A L S O A C O M P L E T E A S S O R T M E N T O F Drv Goods, N o tionsftc. ~ %<■* — A l l o t which haVetboen bought Binec tho'recent’decline in prices, which Ws now ofler -i^prices that deiy competition. R e m e m b e r O u r P l a t f o r m : . l i t A lV tyaiS ^ ivsbp' customors tho worth of their money. Sd. Uevfjf- totnurepreeent an article sold. . Sd. Bhofi GredvtandjLgpg Frionds. D A V I S 8 6 B A R T L E T T - _ 1 9 C o u r t s t W a t e r t o w n IV. Y . LARGE AND EXTENSIVE STOCK OF GROCERIES, TEAS, W INES, LIQUORS, PRO V ISIO N S , AND CHOICE FA M ILY GOODS AT REDUCED PRICES, TO CLOSE-OUT THEIR STOCK T O ADOPTING A N EXCLUSIVE W HOLESALE TRADE. CASH BUYERS W ILL FIND TH IS OF INTEREST. Sept*, dwtw. M u s i c a l In s t r u m e n t s . . AND *♦ £ \ S e w L l ^ M a e f i i n e s T •: ( 1 HAVING BEICOVED OUR STORE TO No 10 OURT STREET W M f* w i h M r o o m t o k * « p * l a x ® sto c k o t ; : u In s t r u m e n t s . M d X f W w a W t a a m i m e o o i t i a t l y oo b a n d , v e S a v t t. MS w H - i S n m S k i a U intereated, v U h t n i to ------------- H S H c o d C a r ie x l I i u t n u > » U i o ( l T a i i > o e x fiah * t o e k ol F i r s t 0 3 m s P i a n o s Orttoi, Malodeons; Sheet Musio VloH * filrim r t, d o. weklch w t keen I n grcxt variety, M W jsofiiiaJsaad R e t a il . Jfeiiy jaewri taessiitig a Sevang Machine, ■ k o o M s x a a l M t t o . W k s a l i r f c W i l s o a bo­ ra p u c k t e i l f . u I t h u proTed l t x e l f to b e U r tke Best Machine in the World, tm *Airi*oKUi a ssw x r t G o a r 480,000 tdrsaij in we—Over 80,000 M a d s f r i t m -------- b u d r a n following t ’ I* tha taatlm o oy before th o C o m m issi P a ten ts, t k . w t t n e w e * ( v e il qualified .rom o b e a r v . tlo a and e x p e r t * * ) ffilrected nia * *pocial attention t o D m sim p B e ily e f t b e W h e e ler A W ilson M achine, M d i t i O M * * q l « t f r e * d o m R o m v o a r s o d n e e d lep a lrt. , P r a f N e w York. ■m j , x H a a r a r F . Q. d’Auost, a n i bar s a d R e p o r ter nf t h e I n teraationai'J nry. M e sara;W lealer a P w l l s o o , sas B r o a d w a y , N . Y. deceived t h a G o to A t x o x u . and n x a O o l t O a x aw a rded for t k e moet perfect S e v i e r M achine aod ' Bnttm-fcoMMfiaellike e x h i b ite d a t the P a r ts U n i v e t — t l l x p n a l t i o e , _ _ J . G / D m a r , ------------------ n . M . a a s s m l A . e n V f o r t h e f c p o . U i o n . t a w s t m o j r y i o i i attxoH w x n r * T h e m achsnitsm I r a e h ' p l e device attacked t o an • k t t & M b p d a t e . o f t h s n u c h i n e , w h ich ts readily totarck iageM w lth l h a ordinary cloth pitta. T h e halaa a * h o a r . I t tx ad a p t e d to haaU y w o r k aod • s n i l a c t a M a l A t b e a U M ra n g e o f p orpoe* a n d m a . * * » s l. SeaaaatnsM a . d e r e ss-m a k e r s a n d shlrt-m a c - iW ftS J S fflG W ^ B lM ta^ a a p e e tally o s e in l. Thn* th e ■ m M **. w M lam a k lnrnthe l o c k atltch for the orsew lm grcoakDlns* d e v l c a s l d r a n . — * * hole*— a o n ion of ho o t h e r m a c h in e l a the w o r l d iSttoOf Mill h meats for iprolal purpo*##^. r i . — ofpantilooa*, tU thick dh Without changing it: also K S 3 C T : t n m m i - j t a n p r n - _ « ■ * * . D r y G-oods. j ^ o w “ o F R N i n e , ” AT FREEMAN’8 16 COURT 8t. B T . w P l a i d * , N e w largwa, N e w X oplina. N e w a l p a c a s , N a w I m p r s w , New B t t i s o t i N ew Strip* Sqnarw I h s w la, N ew Strip* L o s * Ikaw la, New Plaid ft]oar* Bhalw*, Naw-- F i e i d L o a g—Ik a w l s . New Palxlay Shawl*. N * w Op*ra PIaxa*l* Naw W h it* Plaan*la, X i w D m i i rian n e la, .... . ________ N * w Bwd X'lanxtels, tT«w S a*b Bibbona. W*vr Trim m ings, N aw Bnttona. N e w V e l v e t * N * w P rints. N * w Dalaaea, Naw O o tto if i Wow 0ra*h*a NOW ON EXHIBITION. Call “ u d EXsutoiaeO autdfatlafy Y»wr> ••If. - ’* «, A IT* Watertown.N.Y. F in a n c ial. JO W S OP NATIRTOVN I In a id o f t h * / C a r th a g e , W a t e r t o w n , —r—A N D -------- B A 0 K E T 8 H A B B O R R O A D CO. PR INCIPAL P A Y A B L E AT T H I Nain’l Trust Company’s Office DI T H N CITY O F N B W Y O H K , ON THE l a t DAT O P JANUARY, 1890. IN T E R E S T . A I NL TER CENT., Payable ■ e B l.a a n itlly , (|n th e l i t d i y or Jannsry u d J n l y , w ilh coa&ona a t tach e d , p a j a k l e t t the t a m e place a s tha principal. Bond* a n l u n e d In denom ­ in a tion s of ONE THOUSANDS & FIVE HUNDREDS. A favorable o p p o r tu n ity Is n o w offered onr c itizen* to p r o c u r e a F I B S T - O L A S S , S A F E , Homo Investment i RICE, PAR AND ACCRUES INTEREST. No. S B e a r v r S t r e e t , a 1 b a i l V , W . X U t l l l K CUBES A N D L O W P B 1 C K 8 . liv e r T w e n ty T k o n a a n d p a tiente c u r e d x n n n a lly. D r.j. t b lla r co TIN tJK B to h e c o n ! dentially a n d .nccoeefttllj conanlted o n a\ ip n n a o private d iaeaaee, at h i a old *«t*hll*hed hoepltxl N o , 5 Beaver *tT A lh«ny,N .\Y ;\ T w e n ty y e a n d e v o t e d to d t particular branch of p n c t ic o , enablea h i m perform c a r e s each other p h y s icia n can In c o r reebondence w i l h the ,nto*t em i n e n t phyaiciana italnlnlng t h e a a f e e t a e w e l as t h e lateet r e m e d te* for the d i u a a e e , tkat b e can ofler I n d n c e m e n t* t o t h e nnfortnnate, o f a q n ick and raold core, t o b e obtain e d a t n o o t h e r ol&ce In AM SRICA. I n Byp&Uis. G onorrhce, G leet, S t r ictn x e .K n iM g e - m e n t o r i h e T e e tlclB e a n d - S p e n n a ttc-C o .d e , B n n y , U lcerated T h r o * . Sore N o « e , T e n d e r Skin B o n e * , i K n r o U o n e , B ile*, Dlcera, A o e c e u e e , and n p a n t l e i o r t h e e y e tem « r e pcrfeotly nn- n u o l o f Uie D o c tor’* m e d icine*, and have b e e i r w « « d l e m o re ttxa\IOOOO c u e a T n m n a U n — ^ young Men ad d icted t o s e c r e t k a b ite w o o nave unp a ired their bralth and deatroved t h e vigor o f th o le m lnde. thn* depriving them a e lvew o f the p leaaorea o f M arrled Ufe, a r e n o t if ied t i n t i n con e n ltin g D r . J . T e ller, they wUTflnd a f r ien d to c o n s o le, and a p h y s ician w h o haa cored t h o u s a n d s , ln a lm o a t e v e r y part o f tke U n it e d S t a tes w h o ap p lied t o D r . T . broken d o w n tn h e a lth now rejoice I n a l l tkat m ake* U le desirab le a n a man happy. T h e reader la o f c o a r s e aw a r e th a t th e deU* cacy o t thia s u b j e c t w ill p r e w n t a m o r e m tn a to dej a e n n t lo e o f thda terrlblo d isea s e . DR. TLLER'S GREAT WORE A b o o k for everybody—Startlin g d isclosu r e * . Dt T e ller's Great W ork for tho M arried o r those < paid, 80,000 c o p ies s o ld the paet year. The s in g le M a r ried a n d t b e M u r iod happy. A lectu r e on L o v e or h o w to c h o o s e a partner—a com p lete w o r k on M idwifery. I t con tain s hundreds o f aecrets n e v e r before' p u b lish e d , W arranted to b e worth tb r e e Ime* t h e a m o n n t l i k e d for it. T w e n ty-five c e n t s ln s p e c ie or p o s t a g e atam p e ln c loeed w i l l seen r e copy b y return m i l l . Dr. TeUer has devoted a Ule time t o the e u r o o f thoee dleeaeee < p o n w h ich his books treat. V o t h e L a d l e a , OIL J . T B L L K R s t i l l retains the o n l y agen c y ln A m e r ica, fbr t h e Mle o f Dr. V lcnoll'e I talian F e m a le M o n thly 1111 s . T h e ea le o f m o r e than 30.000 b o x e s eetahU ahe* t b a i c .reputation a * a f e m a le rem edy o n - approached, a n d b r I n advance o f e v e r y other m e d ­ icine. c v O n t h a receipt o l $1.00, tb a p r ice per b o x . these p ill* w i l l b e t e n t b y m all or ex p r e s * to any part o r t h e w o r l d . N. B .—P e r s o n a at* d istan c e c a n be c a r e d at h a m * by a d d r e s s in g a lettcr t o D t . J . TeUer, en c lo s in g t rem ittance. M e d icin e s e e c n r e ly p t r h e d trom o b s e r ­ vation. s e n t t o a n y p a r t o f tb o w o r ld. AU c a t o i w a rranted—n o c h a r g e for a d v ice. N . B , H o s tu d e n t* b o y s e m p lo y e d . N o t ice thl* s address all lottarate J .T S L L K B , M .D . K a v l-d k w lv No. 5 B i v n - S T . . A n a a S T N. W e are n o w prepared lo offer o n r patrons a n d tke p u b lic t n general GREAT BARGAINS IN TEAS, t n anticipation nf th e redaced ta r if l, w h ich ta k e i p l a c e the l a s t of D e c e m b e r , w e are indaced t o offti on r patron* -■ Teas Cheap er than they have been biiice the War. GOOD JA P A N FOR $0.85. GOOD $1 J A P A N FO R $0.90. CHOICE TO EXTRA JA P A N $1 TO $1.40. G O O D E P S O N $0.75. OLD HYSON — GOOD TO CHOICE $1.20 TO $1.50. OOLONGS $0.90. TO $1.50. ar CaL-L AMD GEY SAMPLES,_MEt h Warranted to S u i t or the Money Refunded. A l im ited i m o o a t la o fiared F O R n t t . m at theCfol low in g Banks a n d B a n k e n - <TNATIONAX UNIOH BANK. ATIONAXi BANK k LPAN.OOMFANY. «TJEFFERSON OO. SAVINGS BANK *TMEBGHANT8BANK. ---------- m i. i«28 g o u r n u n f i i m - g A X T H f x i Q i i i U n d e r a r * c e n t d iclktbP b f th e BnprWwle C o a r t, *k£H J Ol<jl«ta.whc sak r t t d fbr-thxraiyeaevrbrtweCT M a y * And July 3 * . l f f i t i j n d vraxa.Hnnorably H i t e h u g e d o n accou n t M d u w a i* or other c a k s e i , are •n t l f le d to thelr . , . , . • ♦ O f e s B O U M T Y ; gWdifftk witoMh-riW ;ifiav« ban* t U r * froaa.tk d _ J B a t a d j i W M.jfORTH, I M ih . i t tow l i i W W fitate* t, Me. I Waahlnatow fit, Watsrtow j Q B C O S , t n g i D I C r N E S , P A I N T S A N D O I L S G l a s s & B r u s h e s T E A S A I C O F E K E S , • V G A B 8 A S X B C P S , M O L A S S E S , S P I C K * , A c and a goneral aeeortm e n t o f Groceries , A T W HOLESALE A RETAIL, A t t h * v « r w X i o w v w t P o s s i b l e P r i c e * —ALBO— Great U, S, Tea Co’s Toae, a t their W h o lesa le Prices, from 80 c c c t a to 93 80 per pound, a o d T e a s o t onr OWN A t ilftted by o n e o f Uve m o s t e x p e r t T e a T u t o r s is the d t y o f N e w Y o r k .) B x tra M o y n n Flavors, u sw e e t s s N E W M O W N H A Y , A ll o f which w ith o o r vory OF M ISC E L L A N E O U S A N D F A N C Y G O O D 8 wtll be so ld t t BOTTOM PRICKS. LLOGG A C O N G E R , N o . 11 W o q d m fl H o n so J l t d - d A w W s t e r t o w n N. Y. - Oilora, m any superior advoutngce lo Ibose w h o w o u ld I N K II R 3 T H K l l L l V IS S B W O f l i c o , W a t h i n e l o n l L a l l , W a t l e r t o w n , N . Y . j g GEO. B. PHKLI'S, ProBldont. ■ -U-1'A-DDOOK, 1 st V ice P r o s 't. E Z R A CORNELL, 3d “ JO H N SH E L D O N , Secretary. \ J.'K . B A T E S , M edical E x a m in e r . , \ J . F. ST A R B U C K C o n n e d . t Iq r icW t l WATER W M G g E i3~~ E T O N BEEBEE, A^ent. O l d H a r t l o r d , —H a rtford 60 y e a r s s a c c e s e ln lb n s lnone ..................................................... 2 - 5 4 4 ,2 1 4 t o b a u i l x , , H a rtford ...................................... l^ O S S I e O O C i t y M i r e , H a r tford .................. 5 7 8 , 4 8 1 F o t n a m , Hartford . ........... . . . . . 7 0 8 , 9 8 4 C o n n e c t i o n ! , H i b r i i . . . . ........................3 8 < J o O t i S e c u r i t y Nuv» Vork..................................., 2 , 0 1 7 , 8 f t * I n t c r n a t l o n a l , N o w Y o r k ...................l l j S 3 . 4 0 1 ) C N l T S s l l S T A T E S , .............................. 4 0 0 . 0 0 0 N O U T U B R I T I h l t . f l l i B O l d ) 1 1 , 1 0 0 , 6 0 0 N e w E n g l a n d , M fe.feoatira . . . 8 , 5 6 6 , 0 0 4 , ( i n e r d l a u , L if o Now Y o r k ..................... l , 8 6 6 ,O O u N a t i o n a l '• 1 , 0 0 0 , 0 0 0 S S tF Tliuec arc o l d . S t r o n g : C o m p a n i e s , D w e l l i n g s a n d U n n k e n t s in s u r e d from o n e to Uvo y ears, a t l h o low est raisB L ilo l n e u r a u c o l n reliable C o m n a n lee. Cull uu mo b e lo r c lusurtiJB or r e n o w l n g y o n iw 1 I c i e s , at flatrer dt Hoeb -e'e Jowolrv B tore. r 5 3 V H O N 1 I K E B E E , A g e n t . VVaiorUrwit A n u o l b l l . IB'ul Men J P S T A . B L I ' H I D I S S I . LOOK TO INTEREST ! IN 8 U R K V 0 V R LIFE IN T U B P II CK NI X LIFE COMP’Y UK IHUTKOKl), CONN. A o s e t lr* . n v e r ■ : : r : : : * S ; 0 0 0 ; 0 0 0 A n n u a l I n c o m e , uyer : 2 , 0 0 0 , 0 0 0 . 0 0 A u i n n u t ? o l L o s s e s P a i d , o v e r : : 1 , 0 0 0 , 0 0 0 NEVEIi CONTESTED A CLAIM. -Old G o y t, J a v a , MOCA, M A llA C A B O , C E Y L O N A Hit), O B S D N R O A S T E D ltG B O U N D , And All of the Vary Best Quality, W alch will bo sold a t REDUCED TARIFF PfllCES. jgLCELIlOR HILLS, D exter «fc Herrick. 9 u c c « « a o r a t o m o u l t o n , H c r r l c J a 4 l C o . , A f # M a saSciB ring' tho b e e t brands of Family Flour, Corn Meal, 8 B 0 B T B , r S S D , & 0 . M O . , Of all klndB, w h ich w c furnish at l o w e s t m a rket r a tes Particalar atten tion p a id to Custom. G r ind in g . H X G B X 3 8 T P S I O K P A I D f o r O R A I M U i a l l k in d s . Ordors for F lou r , Feed ftc,)' left a t our store, Fairb a n k s ’ B lock. Arsenal afreet, w ill receive prompt atten tion . O A T E A L C o n s t a n t ly o n hand. SIM EO N D B X T B R . A. H. H E R R IC K . Jnly 15. 1870. jyl 6 d o o d w ly. Painting ft Glazing g mu p e r r y ; Honse, Sign and Ornamental ~ _ glaiaaxrd Oecorattv o P apor-H a n g e r, S Y R U P & M O L A S S E S of a l l gradee, from 50 to 1 85. for tba V e r y C h o i s e s t S y r u p s . OHOXOB IV. O. mOLABBEB. \ Everybody know s w e keep Lho T H E V E R Y B E H T A S S O R T M E N T I O F S U G A R S , Now s o ilin g from 11) lo 15. Ail k inds of G r e e n & D r i e d F r u i t s . V E G E T A B L E 8 ) \ Lard, Farmers’ Clear Fork, ■ 8 C (iM m m HAMS: Shoulders, Dried Beef, ) A M P B g B A K T A f t T g A O O W v Vunli ratcti low e r tbm t b ^ a o o f a m ajority o f tb e com p im io* m ttu* united S t a les, N o cxtr* promt- a m a for lm»arin^ Hailroad H m p loyeea, or Fom a lef. L ife and E n d o w m e n t P o licies ia s u c d o n all th e popular p h m N o Com pany of I t e age poeeetsea m o r e Bolitl tnd enduring Btrcnglh Wo tsv it o th e p u b li c io iM aruiiil t'xiuiiiujbiiun o f thu condition o l U io C’umpiiuy, and 1 o f laeurw K o . Buch o u ex a m in a t io n w ill. w e b c h e v e , conv 1 r.co a l l lh a t ir* a r c juel whai w c c aim l o L o —lo w t l : I. A strong ( ‘ouqiju.y rvow, a n d increteiD g In etrenyU i evory year. •J. A Com pany ihvitI'lTor s to lls m e m b e r s im p o r - l a n t pecuniary adviitiUffCB. .5. A < om fwDy v» lime p l a n of bnBlDf** is oim p le a n d enpy of com p rciictielon by e v e r y one. I. A to u ip s u y tba’. dw ilA (airiy and honorably w i t h nil U p m t-m ocrr, u lli^ tin i' ev e r y claim I d th e s t r i c t c i t equity. T> A i omjMiiy •.b.\U f.snf» every desirable form o l FmmrtmriT'arTtTf' rnwext r a t e a consTsunf wTfh’ iccu - r it y . vrlio^e. I’ullcitss* art or be made oon-fprfeitsble* ivi.il Due from iho un iil imrtieij^uiixe rcrlriclion on oa.! iipniion and travel. fi A Com pany w bono incom e from Intoreat alono- C i ) v e ils u s losaea b v n laivo am o u n t—a fact w h ich c a n befffiied by very lew C o m jianiea. *. ^ A t''in p a i.y it. sliort^ whos»e raem b ers m ay rF-ti iu p 'i f m i i i ’iifi miiu il. i: im r in terest* w l l l b e cari lu. y Lrnnr-: it r»u<| tire* am ount of thvir inear- ao« » * u iiu i. iu •> 'q.iiM i.i lutpMiipg iu (b e n rami lie#. K J . U U A f t k , t-rv n o m l A g e n t F o r the r o n i.iio? u l Jc4T,***oa, Us-wegOv SL LawJ reiter, Fiank.ii. and. Levi is. W M . U . tT s a V llK , V r a v f U n g A * ; e n t . A^ctu? w n n U d iu ail iuv prtQOijhal vill ct lu the a b o v e rouui'c** v ffu ' ni N .i i 4 .m . it N o . ,i Wafthtr-i»ton et., third d o o r south i i \ri 'dr Liheru. Indu-vivK x.t» o ffered lo A p e n U . n iy - » pr tmrui -t «r«cAli c r .idarcas fi. J . CLARK, aai, NS at* r own. \ * . ID—d w .in C l u t h i r g 'J ' I B K c I. G H A L L ! i >1 .N i .f l.tr i N c , Vt.rK $ 2 0 , O O O W o r t h o f G o o d s T t / HE m u . * W I iHIN T H E N E X T 90 D A Y S . Sc Latj: t>l IRi.e. *Sti'u,, w%T ofler for ?aJe. com* racucitii' June T5. 1870, ml T i l E l i ; \* E W S T O K E . No. 14 C 0 U R T 8 T . , W a t * * r 4 o i v n , N o w V o r k , \ a : arge«*t Slocli o f ME7)\S VOTTFT’S, <fe ROYS’ C I A G -ent's F i i r i i i s h i n g G o o d s T H I N l i N , T R A V E L I N x ; D A G S , I'l'th r e U a s , dfce., e t c . , W F . V E i ; l i l i n i (W IT T O T H I S C I T Y , ^ Al j>nce 8 ran^mg from l.r» '«» 2.1 per cent, cheaper than f.irm< r tau**. 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