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t t /Or D A ILY TIM ES, M m m m w w * ■ m w • ■ 1 “ ’i t a M C A N S T A T E T I C K E T . ' t , w « * * te r d . . . W l t m s i i K j a n r i n a a n . . . A f c U h W . E a l s a e r . CSm'e.—Jklmlotm N a lM k -Luw T w a A J* x » x t d e r B a r k I e j r - 8 , T « r m Pr*. Ia ..l« k i P u k h a n l. t e H TW — — C l U t o n L , n « n l u a . , ------- Jm r n iH t.ittd lt. O l l t e r c . W y m a n . M S U i. l a a « » J o h n s o n . c o i m n T I C K E T . . . . . J n e s b S t e a r a , J r . J a M f k T M k a m lt . B A w l n F . R a n a a d e U . canals o fthe State ao im portant . to Jeffenon county tjiat she can afford t o & 7 top*? ^SOyOOO this year toward their sup- Tke » y w aft.teC m aU iyik^-~ The Democrats of Onondaga andi Cort­ land counties haye noininated one, Robert McCarthy '$t Congress, While Dennis ife- Carthy i s tlie present republican -mombcr- allied to the s a lt interest of Syracuse, and has been superseded b y the nomination of R. Hollahd Btiell as the Republican can­ didate. Some pestiferous Republicans who think more of th e ir personal inter- ists iu th e salt business than in the supre­ macy o f the Republican party are circu­ lating an invitation to Dennis McCarthy to take the stump a s an indep’nd’n t candidate, promising as o n e of o ld did, th a t Robert McCarthy would withdraw, a n d th a t the whole Democratic strength would be given to Dennis. T h e Syracuse Standard ex­ poses the trick and warns Republicans against th e nefarioua scheme. We think n ih t public money 1 Reader, -will you help to continue thiB state o f things by casting lOcraticsquanderere o f fhe-Repteblican party b a s fiad enough of Dennis McCarthy. He is a good subject to be let alone. 8 ii 4. iSMjS'y TOte for & continuance o f our Demo- Otitic S U te Government 1 The State? through careless servants, b y the breaking away o f a dam, destroyed ■ M r a million dollars worth of property inCountj;—P emocraticrioffiSifls riL£4-kaT» withheld any remuneration to those J Who loot; and ao long a s we h a re a Dem- , ocratic Legislature, just so long will any ria h n f o r damages be deferred. B u t these r are tha very men who come beiore us and aak our votes to aid in carrying —firious canal scheme*. Shall we give m them the aid they ssk i n * The Clerk Of the Board of Supervisors Ci TompUni has been notified by the --’---(Toatyitroller that the tax-payers of that * oansty must furnish for State purposea > twelve thousand six hundred and aixty- i----three dollars snd forty-aix centa more than J they fomiahed last year. This is one of ths fruits of Democratic rale. It is ah T h e S a l e a n d B t - P n r e k a e e o f a c a n a l I D r c d f c . W e are indebted to th e Albany Evening Journal for the' history of a Democratic transaction which shows where the money goes underthe present management o f our ^ ----- ----- r~'«j»u*Kraf l? ~ A Tammany ite in New York by the name o f John McLaughlin, was arrested 'hn Tuesday by the United States officials, for vi61atjoiis~iriLthe Congressional election law. Tho culprit h a d registered h is namo in the fourteenth and fifteenth districts of thp eighth ward. He also enrolled his name in the sixteenth district, in which he resided. He said h e lived in Laurens street near Macdougal st. H e was bro’t before Commissioner John J. Davenport by Deputy Marshal Kennedy, followed by a crowd of rough and sympathizing friends. The evidence was conclusive against 'him , and he was prom ptly com­ m itted to the care of Warden Tracy, a t Ludlow street jail, in default o f |5,000 bail. „ Served him rig h t t The repeaters liad the worst of it on Tuesday. They will have to try again. /RdVHwe of over twenty-five per cent D o f t all R n k e a . — W eholatthe name to-day of Clution L M lttim , of Levis Co., for Represen­ tative in Gongrea*, after one of the longest ■ mad most perplexing struggle for a nomi Ration, ever known in the district. After <, two conventions and * reference, we at laat haw a candidate named for the dis- * Wet, ind Clinton L. Marriam of Lewis Oouty ia the man. The decision of the ' n#n*(, (Judge Wm. J. Bacon, C. H. Doo- litti*, aad S. T. Holmes of Utica, ia that Mr. Xerriam waa the raguUr nominee o f tbeconvention. There- » p u t of the referees is o f somo length, and th i lstm«aa of the hour at which it cornea to hand, prevents publishing it entire to- _ Jt»j, It will appear to-morrow. It is tlMr,to tha point, cosdnaeive, and, it seems . ' ta t a oiixht to aatiify all unbiased minds ' o f ihl .reaaonablenesi. We have chosen -- a i t ti) precipitate matters, and thereby work a permanent division in oor ranks in thk connty, ao long aa there waa hope of- anch a aettlement of the caao as would fcodqta harmony in the great body of the I t wema to ua thatsucha deciaion has now boen reached. Henan. Bacon, < Doolittle and Holmes are fair, honest mon, ' —man Whoae high integrity and fairness Cf character no one erfer questioned. Their * lacking will of courseastiify the friends o f Xr. Merriam, nnd go mnch farther thin -“-any fixtod measure would toward* satis-’ theitianda o f Mr. Bagley. fltac* the reference waa a healing meas- * m i wa are aure it will have that effect. As hnmoay waa better than haa te we chose to - h n dalibsrate In order to secure the united Yota of the party, for tho candidate nomi- Antad.' That onr position should be aub- j*ct to miatnterpretatian, in the meantime ~Wteto b r« p c te d . ~Bat we knew it wu : W tkt thafe'we ihould be subjected to crit- to fal, thAbthta tha party ihould be rent tanadar by too precipitate action on our pacti And aa “aH is well that ends well,\ Se thia perplexing daisy we trust will be thn gateway for all our differences to pats ant, and the Republicans of the Twentieth —Ocngrataonai dkfaict wiilwrork together . aa cneman for the eiectiozi of their exccl- iMrt candidate, Clinton L . Xecriam. Let ta thttt ttzip for action, brush away the , cobweb* o f divermty of views and prefer- m a m k t men, and strike for victory. Only ~ twtiweiknanda half remain for action. ^ Bttithat ia enough where union and har- ' neey preTaiL Th* Deeaocracy am balked in their wily I ferdivideTii. We have only one hdvanaiy now, tbe Tammany Democracy, akdnponhim we cam deal astunning blow •O nrtkketia now complete; the array of \■m eij'ftom -W o odfciff 'i o M ^ v t m o r , to I lllBldill fb t Justice Of SeesicBJ, cbaUangi Cosmpariaon with tho Tweed Democracy. It ahoold be our pride as i t is onr patriotic vdbty to do onr level besttoelect the whole ticket - canal affairs. A firm, Ward & McVicker, h a d in charge section Mo. 8 of the Black River canal, and when they took the contract they purchas­ ed o f the State an old dredge valued at $5,000, which sum they paid into the Treasury. Under the law of l u t winter these gen­ tlemen haying surveyed the ground all over, and pocketed their pay from Janu­ ary 1st to May 1st, or one-third of the en­ tire year, concluded they could not ease tho pockets of tb e people in a more dex­ terous manner then to surrender their con­ tract which they accordingly did, forget­ ting to return to the Treasury money they had received for work a n d labor never per­ formed. After tho surrender, of course the Btate ia to repurchase their “heredita­ ments and appurtenances,'’ and the bal­ ance sheet as between themselves and the tax-payere shows the foUowing remarkable fact in reference to one single article. The steam dredge w a s on hand—it had been in use for several yean, and in the natural course of things would have lost some of its original value, but i t appears from ro. suits that i t w u tike wine, the older the better. Messrs. W ard & McVicker there fore apply for an appraisement o f the old steam dredge, s n d our learned Canal Board arrived a t the sage conclusion th a t what tho Stato had sold the article for was no criterion a t all, and they therefore very considerately allowod these gentlemen $10,000 for an article which they paid only $5,000. L e t as aeo how this looks: Steam Dredge o l d by State in 1865 - - $5,000 Steam Dredge bought back by State in 1870 for - $10,000 Is it a matter o f wonder at all, that tho canal revenues have disappeared and that in place o f a surplus an incresed debt and consequent increased taxation from a de­ ficiency in canal revenue* h u appeared.— No one will contend for a moment but that tho Stato w a s cheated, and it could only bo done by connivance o f the officers of tho State, evezy ono o f whom is a dem ­ ocrat. A r r e s t o f B e p . a t e r a , A number o f arrests were made Tuesday in New York, of persons attem pting to register illegally. They were taken be­ fore United States Commissioners, and either held to bail (w ith genuine securi­ ties) or sent to jail for further examina­ tion. The rascals were rather surprised to find themselves in the hands o f men not under the control of the Tammany Ring. Mayor Hall’s proclamation suggesting defiance o f the law and the United States authorities,doesnotseem to have h ad much effect. Ruloff, a burglar, who murdored a stjore-clerk at Binghamton, wouldn’t sit still to have his photograph taken, so the iheriff gave him chloroform and got a good picture. The burglar says science folds too g ood a hand for him to buck against. •Poor Napoleon’s plate, which he a p ­ parently did noi consider “portable pro­ perty,” has heen seized with his love l e t ­ ters and 5ther personals at the Tuileries, and will be m elted down and coined into money. The love letters must be very melting 1 The Newburyport Herald had a bad attack o f northern lights: \Last evening, as soon os Tithonus had retired for the night and was enjoying his first snooze, hiB spouse, the rosy-fingered Aurora, daughter of the morning, snatched the saffron-col­ ored coverlet from, his hed, and, wrapping- it about her/danced a jig in the nortnern sky.” ______ ‘ _________ A Y KBS .—A Canadian paper tells a live­ ly y arn of a young man who was in p u r­ suit of a deer in Luther township, Ontario, recently. It appears the animal h a d taken The population of Albany, as bounded when the census takers were appointed, numbers 69,452. The new parts, since added, will bring it up to a round 75,000. C o r r e s p o n d e n c e . A subscriber in Dowagiac, Mich., writes ns as follows: “ We have had a warm, dry season, the mercury ranging most o f the time since the 1st o f May from 80 to 100 degrees in the shade. Notwithstanding the hot, dry w;ather, we have very good cropa; a fine quality of wheat, ranging from 15 to 20 bushels per acre; oats good; hay one third sho r t; com 40 to 81 bushels per acre; potatoes are about one-third of a crop. The Colorado bugs were as thick as swarms o f bees around a bee-house, and entirely destroyed many fields. They are traveling Eastward, and you will wake up some fine morning about two years hence and find your gardens alive with them. Wo have had no frost since about the middle of April. The leaves are dying with old age, and fruit trees are blossom ing the second time. There has been a large breadth o f fall wheat sown, bnt the Hessian fly is work ing in it badly, and bids fair to destroy all the early sown fields unless it freezes up soon, of which there is no prospect now, for it is os wann as July, ordinarily at this writing. W heat is worth $1.00 to $1.20 per b n ahel; oats, 80 cts.; com, 40 cts.; potatoes, 75'cts. ; live hogs, 7 cts. My best respects to all old friends. Yours truly, T. refuge in a pond, -and being w ithout fire­ arms, the y oung Nimrod jumped upon its back, and away over the fields sped the fleet-footed deer -with its unaccustomed load, leaping fences and clearing at a bound objeets which would be a decided set back to an equino under like circum stances. During tho run, the young man slipped from his seat and his head came in contact with a fenee post, receiving a bad cut over tho tem ple; but nothing daunted, he clung to the caudal appen­ dage, of the deer, and finally, w ith the as­ sistance o f neighbors, captured the an i­ mal. Millinery. K t a r r l e d . HITCHCOCK—OADLKXNS—At theM. E. Parsonage in Lorraine, Oct. Kith 1870, by Bev. A. 8. Porter, Mr. Clark R. Hitchcock to Miss Mary A. CauUans, both of Lorraine. MASSEY—GRIFFITH—In Brooklyn, on Tnesday, Oot. 18th, by Rev. R. 8. Storrs, D. D., Albert P. Massey, of Cleveland, O., (formerly of Watertown, N. Y.) to Phebe S. daughter of Walter S. Griffith of Brooklyn. jyflX.l'XNBXtY Pall and Wintor Fashions. N O . 4,' P A R D O C S S A R C A D E . S B B . BI. A . B 0 O S B 8 having been In h e C ity longor t h a n usual, fools prepared to offer T H E BEST SELECTED STOCK OF M U i IIN B B L Y 00012$, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL B o n n e t s , E a t s R i b b o n s , F l o w e r s L l F e a t h e r s , P l u m e s , & c . P a r ttal& r a t t o itio n la Invited t o onr V e l v e t s , S a t in s & S i l k s , JT S I J L r L B JY Mi R 8 & wtU flad it to thclr>47&ntage to give us & c a l P a t t e r n B o n n e t s & P l a s t e r B l o c k s . H a t s , aid a lu l l line or S w i t c h e s , W a t e r f a l l s , R e a l B a i r C u r l s (Beantlei) and tlio lar^-eot asoortment of Z e p h y r W o r s t e d P a t t e r n s , S l i p p e r P a t t e r n s , H a llm a rlced Canvas & c > EMBROIDERY STAMPING DONE npon tho ehoitoat notico. and all orders promptly ID.A. HUGHES. Boots & Shoes. j i s r h e c e iv k u a t t h e C i t y S h o e S t o r e , 5 7 W A S H I N G T O N H A L L , W A T E R T O W N , N. Y. L a dies B ide Lace K id Boota, Ladles O il G o a t But­ ton B o o t s , L a o ie s ’ O il G o a t P u l le h B o o ts, Ladies’ Serge Polish N e w styles. Cheap, M e n 1 * Calf B o o t s , s e w e d , Men’s K i p B o o ts, Men’s 8toga B o o le, M e n 's R u b ­ ber Bootft, M e n 's A r c t ic QversboeB, B o y s ' and Y o u t h ’ s Boots, M isses’ (shoes, Ohildiota’s bhoes. T h e largest and b e s t selected sto c k p f BOOTS,SHOES & RUBBERS, TO BE FOUND IN THE STATE; ------ Stoves. trading pttbUeto IMMENSE STOCK OF COAL AND WOOD STOVES ta'regard to b °tter preP*rea 10 satljly PRICES <& QUALITY of Good* than everlbefore. we ^ Jont Particular Attention ro tw o atovea that woro awarded - T h e F i x t e t I » r i z e ©VKirXK/oTHKn^STOVEB ~ D I E P . JAC0B8—In Watertown, Oct. 20th 1870, at the residence of her son A. M. Jaoobe, Fmdenco Jaoobg, relict of tbe late Lymon Jacobs, aged 78 years and two months. ROQER8—At his residence in Antwerp, Oct. 10th 1870. John Rogers aged 77 years. JOHNSON—At BrownviBe, on Satnrday, Oot. 15th 1870. Hattie C. wife of Levi John­ son, aged 24 year 10 months and'18 days. execdtod. e w A d v e r t i s e m e n t s . p O K S A L E . A Messrs. COOPER, DANGLER & 0O„ Prop. Ot the St. Lawrence Spring Works AT OLAYTON, having decided to rem o v e tbeir busiseM to C leve­ land. O b i o, o&er for sale tho Bolldlng, Furnace#, Grind Stone Arbort, and Blower tued In th e ir man- a lacto iv at tbat p laoe, which t i c vulU b le {or a ll aum- affrctanng parpo*ei. A n y m an or c o m p a n y #f m e n d e i lrin * a rood location and oatfit few th i s kind o f bniinea# wlU tn d th ia a rtro opportunity. For further parti c a Jars addreaa, C O O P E R , D A N G L I B A CO., o c U id w lw C u y t o n , N. Y. Q By the Barrel, Bushel or D o z en! A t lho Tea, Grocery A Fruit Store \ • _ C i t y P o l i t i c * . ‘TheTribune and Times both advise the s City Repnblicana to go into the support of tha ticket of the Young Democracy of i the City, being asenred that thereby Stew' *it L Woodford saraie rest of the Rc- jgeblkan Btate tidnPwitt be ciAied. ^ ---------------------------------------------- It look to us. It i s notorious i i : # n ^ i Bipabtican -city tick e t canno$ be ahd them o a t dsmj^ging blow that tte R ing is to go in 'XcmgJtcBM mifS and- beat tho PW ibie-s if n o t in tho |^;i^itaM rijf'ih tho State. In electing ticket, we shall prc- L o a k o n t i r i i P t e l a r s , t h e m a * T h a i . The Democrat* had a majority in the Canal Board in 1868. T h e following a n the figures for theso two years o f Demo­ cratic ascendancy: 1858-’59—Receipts ................ $8,932,084 51 F o r collection snd repairs 1,916,757 87 Surplus for t i r o years $2,015,826 64 Average annual surplus. . $1,007,662 82 The republicans secured control in 1860, with tho following result: 18«9-’61—Receipts ................ $5,819,216 69 F o r collection snd repairs 1,458,762 92 Surplns for tw o years. . .$4,865,453 77 Average annual surplus..$2,181,726 85 It will be seen from the above that dor. ing th e two years o f Democratic rule, the expenses were fifty per cent, of tho re­ ceipts, and in the succeeding two years o f Republican management, the expenses were twenty-five p e r cent, o f the receipts; and Chat th e Democratic p o lity yielded an annual surplus o f one million and the Re­ publican policy a n annual sm p los of two millions 1 From 1860 to I860, the Republicans had control, the Democratic policy and management was abandoned, a n d 'th e re. cipts continued satisfactory, avenging about $4,000,000. The expenses were equally satisfactory—averaging about $1, 100,090. B u t with the return to power of tho Democracy, tho fatal policy of 1858 was resumed, t£ie receipts reduced, the expens- increased, and th e surplns of $8,000, OOO changed into a n actual deficiency, on October 1, o f $200,000, taking into ac­ count the $800,000 borrowed. By th e close o f the year, th is deficiency will ex­ ceed #1,000,000 i The figures may be thus presented: 1868— Receipts ........................ $4,447,546 17 , Expenses for collection and repairs . . . . . . . 1,184,245 04 H e r e a u t o T h e r e . —Ex Governor Seymour, is on the stump again. The father o f Dan Rico died recently at Girard, Pa., at the age of eighty years. —There are three hundred and seventy- two Tuscarora Indians m Niagara Co. —Ottawa has discovered a copper mine, and takes some consolation from it, after losing the Fair of 1871. —One hundred Chinese are to be added to the population of the city of Oswego in tho spring, to be employed as wharf la­ borers. —The “Great Republic\ has arrived at 8an Francisco from Hong Kong, with an immense cargo of teas and silks. —Somebody bas written a book entitled “W h at Shall My Son Bo V' If the boy is as* bad as the book, the chances are h e will be hanged. —Lady Yarmouth asked Garrick one dsy why love was always represented aa a child. He replied, “ Because Love never reaches the age of wisdom and experi encc.” —Japan last year witnessed the opening of the first coal mine ; worked upon American and European principles—the Tako8hima mine. The coal there pro­ duced is equal, i f not superior to the En­ glish north country coal. —Two years ago the Republicans car­ ried Colorado by a majority of 17. This year they carry it b y a majority, as offi­ cially declared, of 1,892. Not much of a Democratic gam there. —The Democrats have-the hardihood to claim a majority in Pennsylvania, when th e aggregate of the Republican Congres­ sional majorities exceeds the aggregate of the Democratic by nearly eight thou sand. *- “ --------------------- —A meteoric stone fell into the barn th* fire 1 ^ l L O O X A G I B B S _______ Letter G F am ily SEWING MACHINE. T H E W U O O X & G I B B S E x c e l In tbe follow in g un o o g other f o x w t i o r u o a u f i M o a : In Sim p licity. In fton lia b U ity t o g e t - o t t t o f o r a s r , — In Qnietnesa o f operation* In k«M o f w o rking and management, ln R a p idity o f e x e c u tion . In Im p oaaiM lltv o f t a m i n g backward*. In fijon-lUbllity t o m l n •tUcDee'Or brvak t h e thread In h a v in g a s traight n e e d le, a n d the sh o r teat ono ln a*©. In Iianoodlo b eing litf-adsutU n # — and co s ily tot. In roqatrta# n o ander thread— and no re-winding. In T i e sim p licity of Ua tension, and tho caso oi m a n a g ing it. tn Ts m o s t p erfect adaptation to al] c a p a c ities. In D o ing boantifal Embroideryy by a m ere c&ange o f spooU . tn M a k ing the beat S titch for general purposes. In Its seam Doing the m r o s g c / t a n d m o st^elastlci In Its tea m b e ing autom a tically fastened, by tho machine In Ita seam being lot# llablo to rip. In oae o r wear, than tho “ lock s t i t c h w h i l e it can b e more e&Mly taken out i f dosircd. In H a v ing the beat H e m m e n and other Attachm enta Persons ow n ing t h e s e M ichines aro req n e tted to can a n d ie@ the Frw g iBg N e e d le in opetotfem. Also P leating without an attachm e n t; C H A R L E S T .G R R & N f f . for. future victories in tbe The power of the Ring , there ie hope of honest elec- ttaM; a&i irlian they are had there ‘will taao trouble, ‘h ie Utica.R«nld adviaes z*'4raiglitRepulican City ticket. Pluck hat good' policy with pluck is hdiw. Nothlng ciii be gained Inrun- ’ O taf a stnifht City Republican ticket IB“ ta show 8ie wwekneae of the City R e - We ftgret‘ th a t it- ia sq/$jri J t S ^ . t a a y , m f e l l . l o o k t h e l ^ -■way’ 4W#f k jk id ta fb rh w m W Ptak ta «tawgth- not pfta- * 4 c r a q i t a t a t e t t * Surplus ............................. $8,293,801 13 1870—Receipts ... $8,080,808 57 Expenditures f o r collec­ tion a n d repaite.about 2,500,000 00 Seeming- surplus $580,818 57 B u t a s $800,000 h ave been borrowed, this seeming surplus is wiped out, a n d ah ac­ tual deficiency remains u p to' October 1, o f $219,196 48. T h is deficiency will be increased beforo t h e close o f navigation,to airleast one million. The account will fdierelbie stand thqs at th e close of the joalWlar year :j JSfit^B e p u b lkan Surplus. .$8,293,801 13 1870»Democr»trclDenciency 1,000,000 00 yard of a Santa Clara (Cal.) farmer, other day, and was so h o t that it set to the straw and sizzled and hissed like red hot iron under the water, which was thrown upon j t to extinguish the flames, —Toronto will yet rival Chicago wickedness. Its thieves have not even one virtue left in them. 'W h ile the Rev. Mr. Stewart was performing the ceremony or baptism at Bond Street Baptist Church, watch and chain were stolen from his vest pocket. —Daniel McFarland, who Bbot Albert D. Richardson, and whose trial and ac­ quittal created much interest and scandal was arrested in the streets of New York on Tuesday, being overcome with drink, and was committed for 10 days in the Jeff erson Market jail. —Michael Edmonds,, Sr., of Mounds- ville, Va., is now the oldesTfireman in the United States. He has attained his one hundred and fourth birthday. H is mother lived to the ago of one h u n dred and three years. —A. swelling captain ' o f a Mississippi boat squared up to a rather, noisy pasaen ger} and in the heating o f all exclaimed. “ Sir, one o f two things y o u must d o ; keep still, or leaVe thia b oat 1” The tipsy pas­ senger walked clear around the g reat cap- i'.' '!t«o** under Democratic : rule---.; __ $4,293,801 18 . We leave ihn sultject jutakere, with the ringla queationwhetherD^nocratic raleis uin>yed^ ^ tod^ not qute too expenane a Joxury at ofthreethings you muat do,; work ZW^Ol aywzt mow, eat leae, o r buri.” DINOESI QDINCBS I I QCINCE8 ! OF V . S . H U B H A R I ) S e w i n g M a c h i n e s . 4 W B r A i t c r D r y \ ( i o o d s , AT WHOUEA.U A.ND RETAIL! ! ! 5 W ublngtoa Hall Black. The l& rgoit A s s o rtm e n t ol H A T S . B O N N E T S , R I B B O N S . FLO W E R S , F E A T H E R S , A N D L A C E S In Ibo O ity . A T THIS i Great Central Depot. t£sT Don’t fail to call and examine and learn prices. T e r r a s C a s l i , AND ONE PRICE TO ALL! y | E l V V C A S T I N G ! * , F o r B a i l r o a d S h o p i & B o l l i n g M i l l a . T H B n t . t a T . 8 A U L T C O . , Steara Engine Builders ami Founders, N S W I I A V S N . C 'J N S . juiyiJdSta A N lC U ASSORTS*BNT O F C H N N O M 8 A N D &NV1TCH.RS, H A L F A T O N OF W O U B T K D S O N H AN D AN D KOII 8 A X K H A R M S ’ S K U l L K r t S K I D GLO V B 8 IS B L U E , GREEN, ATS D O T U Bit COLO R S . A GOOD H O O P B K I R T F O R S O c . A QOOD B H I E L D B D CO R S E T 75c. A F E W P A N I HR D B PA R IS. ALSO LA D IE S ' A N D CHILDRBN'8 XTNOJR V E S T S , A - D C H I L ­ D R E N 'S UNI0M D R S S 8 E S . H O S I E R Y , =- ■ ^ i r o v E s , N U B I A S , A c . rJ1HE FIR n T F i n a n c i a l . MORTGAGE BONDS, O F A T r a n k B a i l r o a d IN A.T T H E LATE JEFF. COUNTY First o f wblch is tba Improved, Hot Blast A M E R IC A N COOK STOVE F o r 1870. SHETLAND & BERLIN YARN; TH R E A D , 81 L E , I ' I N S . ■ B r r i o R S e k i - . Dress Makers Supplied W ith M R S . UR!Crt*y, M K > R . l'S U N '8 , or the S U R K K A DRS^rs MB! H O 'S. I > . II. h A N K O U D & C O . Oct7dw Q O O K E v V A L K R I I N t M O . , 324 m o . u f f i ' . i )■ a . r . B e r l i n Z e p l i y r . G e r m a n t o w n W o r s t e d WOB&TKD XMBOIDBMEA. WOHKIHG C * h V a 6, J a v a C a n v a s , C r o c b o U n < l T id y N e e d le s , &.c* MILtB AOINVO MR <fSatffioiTliett 11j.-7Hpaca Braid, L e u f f t l * W a r x m n t e d . Black* Colored and AljKica Braids. Ladles' Cottar* a n d Oif#, Bvitosr*. Corsets , Button** Brvsdies, Soaps, hr/txmery, dc , dc. e*e_D*>)taSin > R 1 C E S B E D C J C 6 D . OCt 15dw A g e n t for Jeffenon Coonty, N o . 9, W aahington Hall Block. Books, &c. N S W B O O K S 8 P o i sa le by Sterling and Mosher. B«cton’s Dictionary o f Biography, Beoton'a Dictionary o f Geography, Tbe Scapegoat, by L e o , TbeBnctce^eitlesoF0am p a n i& , b y W H D A d s m s Light Hoasee and L l e b t ships 'L- Irrtng’a Life of Colazatm s, obrld ied, ** •* Waahingrton * *' u \ «5omplet6 In 1 vol. Strogule in T e m h a * by Wm titlbert, Todd e Country Bom e s — Illustrated, Tbo G odey’s Ladye bCok Receipts, Index t o Harper's M agazine, W inter and Spring o n t h e bhores of the ModUer- 1 anemn, Tho A m e r lca n ^ o m n n ’B Homo, hv C . B. Beecher, OJnrnev way around th e W orld, hy Carleton, TO P o p a lar Flow e rs, mod h ow to cnltiv&te them. Life o f B a f a s Choate, b y Prea't Brown, Tolnee H air— Florence e n d Venice, The W o r!drs Birth D a y, Com p anions o f m y Sontade, N e w T r a c t s In N o rth Am e r'ca, by Bell. $1 50 2 50 6 00 C H R O M O S . AMERICAN AND FOREIGN. A laige assortm e n t jn s t received J U S T R E C E I V E D * STEREOSCOPIC VIEWS Standard S c a le s ! ■ o r e t h a n S J O D i f f o r o n t M o d i f i c a t i o n * ® r A g e n t s also f o ? ths fe s s t A l a r m M o n e y D r a w e r . 252 B r o t i w a ; , M e w U o r k F A I R B A N K S , 1 R 0 W H & 0 0 . U 8 H l U c . a t . B o s t o n . For e&lc b y leading H a r d w a r e Dealers, octldw&sSm h*EW - T O R K STATE, P A Y I N G 7 PER CENT. IN GOLD. A B B O F F S B S D A T F A R * T U B N E W -YO H K A N D O S W E U O M IDLAND R A I L R O A D , w h ich w i l l bo 4U0 miles in Its u>tal lo e v th from N e w -York to O e w fgo, including t h e Aa bam branch, hau nearly 2 0 0 I Q l L E s O F R O A D A L K K A D Y C O t l - P L f c T E B A f a D I N P I I O F I T A U L U O P E R A T I O N , on the N o rthern suction, extending sootburly from th e t in y nf O sw e g o . And im e T s c c ilrg lh o Albany and tfafiqachanna Hailrotid at Sidney Plains. VV ork Is being M gurwmiy pushed od oth e r porllooe o f the line, and It Is tho expectation ol tho Com p any to have a t luf^t 100 tallcs m o re In operation belorc lho close of the prt <w»at p« ast ;i T H E L<»(‘ ’ It I N I INK A S U» taJrjady large, au i ' ‘ •* imu * j » d l ci-nc'ad»‘<> a c o n trac' w L b th*’ • • * a* *l Un.lacii c'anal Com p any f»*i vtadp , • ■ i ^ \>*' •»« I * »* 'J m i nngvand w e a lthy curp*...ra;i -r • .'v i» r .. n> ►i*tiu» ihv Stato. 1 his w ill 3d«‘ pw* I r^'* y t>*i buoinesta and r*- fi* ? n| thal »**<!,-in <*l tro a.M a l y cont/o) Ing tne local trafllc of oi o' tio- tn si ]>up\iloo^ and and fcrlllu dlfiiri« u i«i i'« that tLe n i t oarn Ing*, wtthont Lho aid r>< br« n*: >* nesa, can Lnni ly b e less than 7 cur c u n on tne * nO'c ctM , w h let le IO0 pur cent I n <•!<.ce« o f tbe i\ . :c -1 t>n Iti botids A N T K O N U l* < l | N T In regard to • :.* ir.r« ‘ ^ 'be fact il*»t tbo issue is strictly Urn1 ted to $ j -** ii»r mi r of lh e AuWIhkI rooA and U A iiiN D 1M K B'LNDtf l.i A FAU> U P U A P .T A L ' V N K \ K b Y which affords a m p ij uu ranie*' <•' iha finarcial strength of th\ ‘ uijmnr T H K R O N L I 8 . T h e y aro Issued in dt*m m 'natlons of fl.OCD : may h« e ith e r conpon or r« g u ienfcl, at the option o f tho the p a r c h a a e t . bear aov«?r per c e n t gold Intcrcat. ftc© of Iscotno tax, payable th e flrst of Jantu r y and Jaly to N e w York C ity, and h a v o tw e n t y - ive y c a r r t x m Q to m o larity. T h o p o p a larltv of ihesc bonds a* a peifecUy eafo socarlty, boarlni; the hlghcflt rate of m u r o a t au thorlzed hy tbo law s of N e w \ crrk, payable in gold coin, free i f O o v trn m o n l la x , baa Bcp' Lho supply nearly uxLttustoti ; bm th o rccrn t and carlv (alBro completion o.f additional s e c tions w ill for a timo fur­ nish a liberal enpply. »*> w h ich w t r« spccifally Invito the u.t* tit.on ol in\ci*-j rs, Id t. t on tl lent b e lli! lha*. no M l ' * ft<:cu t:y cun bu .ru u d on tho market. P R I C K , P A C K A N I ) A C C H U K D I K T f U i - B 8 T IN t L K R I I N f Y , tiovernm cLtB aDd oth'-r scca n Ics taken ln ex­ change. ME A o e k t s a t W a t e b t o w b . N . Y , A L ^ O , A T T H E B A N K I N G H O U S E O F C - G . l Y a r g e r & S o n . Or t o W A T E I I O W N , N . Y . GEO. O P D Y K E Sc CO., H a i y k o r s , S O N a s s a u B T * Sept 1, dw. N O X I C K 18 H K R B B Y Q I V E N , that in pnrsn anco of cb&pliT 8 3 oU h e laws o f 1861, and as amended by t h e lavs o f 3862, c b n p .245, that Monday. Nov. t h e 1 4 th, 18H, l a th e i j m e f o r h o ld ln g 4 h a n e x t -amraaHneoTffig w l f i e Board o f Bnpervlsors o f tbe Connty of J efienon, a n d all pei*eoDs having bills or accounts aga in s t tbe s a i d connry, aro reqnl red to de- po*It t h e sam e duly verified, i n a box drepartd for that purpose and left w i t h the Connty Clerk, on or before the t h i rd darof thosald n e x t annual m ietirg b f said B h o fa, and In deiaok th e r e o f, that snch bills o r a c c o n n ti w i l l ool b e audited bypadd n e x t nnnna’ m oeting. J. S T B A R 8 , J r . , Clerk. oc3dvtd QOJOK A N D I E S T U B LARGBBT A N D BK 8 T ASSORTMENT OF POCKET KNIVES and E a z o r a , yon e v e r («*, a t B 3 K E R to CH ITTE N D E N '8. •ld e o d * w 4 m N,o 6 A rcade, W .tertow n . J KVI smtlTH. COMMISSION DEALER I N B U T T E R , C H E E S E & P R O D U C E , No. W Court S treet, (Basement StSre, ) W A T E R T O W P f , N . I T . O IR*3wd8t O F A m B B X O t a N S O B N I B Y , Em b racing V iew s o f tho P a c lM c B a llio a d , M ammoth C a r e , W a tkin s ’ Qtcn, London, W ilto n ’. B c o t e b r \ Hudson Irish, H o 'y Band, A lp in e C lo t), G e rm a n y , Spain an d Swiss, English C o lored Groapa, R h in e , G erm a n Groups, toe.. r o * B U B B T HANFORD A W O O D . Steam Engines. T h e l a r g e s t aud r a o . t c o m p l e t e a s s o r t - - n e a t o f S t a t i o n a r y and g - o r t a b l e S t e a m K n t l n e i , B o l t e r . , B i l l d a n i l l l l l * I n t i l e c o n n t r r . A w a r d e d THE FUST PREMIUM a i t b e N e w Y o r k 8 i a t « P a k r ? 1 8 ? 0 > and alao a t every Fair entered f o r competition. Bond lor Clrcnlar and P r i c e List. \ W O U D <fe M A N N \ , S t e a m E n g i n e G o u t i o a , w . r s r . )olytl*4Awfm T e n ro a s o n a w h y i t w th e B e a t 8 tove in tha w o r ld : le t — T h e platca are th lekor and hesvler iniyax. cr a n d b e t t e r fitted. « ad— I t has the largest flnee and therefore tbe meet perfect d r a ft 3d—I t bas t h e largest oved and le tho moat oeitvi baker. 4 t h - I t bae th e I M P R O V E D HOT BLAST DBA I T a»d te, therefore, tbe p o a t econom ical 4th— I t H a s T U E AU G M EN T IN G HOT AI* CH E S T , the greatest Intention of tbe dat s n U T H B R 8 T O V K H A B I T . a u 6th— I t bae tbo SIF T IN G A S H GRATE, wltbosa which n o .t o r e le com p lete n n - I t baa tbo C A S T IRON, ENAMELED Wa TK « T A N K , tbo m oet effectual ln nee. will w i water In th irty m inutes. Ht-h— I t » tu keep tire perpetually, and bake knew’ with on o ftro. v t b - I t w ill kocp a w o o d tire 19 to M hotna witb. oil aU e n lion. 10 th— i t is tho most bcaotllui In pattern, nrow*. tion an d flnleh. F ^ SIZE AND PRICES ti s o lt th o s e w b o may give as .................. Tka. a call. Lover efaM stoves a t LO W F iG U R L ,. The n e x t F i r s t Prise fatovo la the Improved, Hot Blast. Oriental, witb the Syphon Fine, D o able Base, end J Tho m o s t wonderfbl e tove over tnTuntod for this season ; Y o a G e t a l l ( h e H e a t a a (fee l e w W I l M o n t I h e o a e o f « D a a a p e r . T s * - w i l l n e w e r h a r e a n y S s s o k e o r G a s US c u e r o o t f r o m t b l a s t o r e , a n d i r e w i II l W A R R A N T IT f Another F r s t PrUe waa awarded the Celebnte HENDERSON FURNACE over all other*, acd s pronounced to be the Best Coal Furnace inUse. Gvot tbhiiv-G v c In nic In this c ity. BtfextDftti; ^ For Sale. B I N T I K O F R S S 8 F O B ,* « A W asnm « ton Hand preefl, Hi* dram, os good a s new, in perfect order, for sale ch$ap. 15 0 ALImS, B R O C K W A Y & 9K IN N K R , D a ily Tim es Office. I |> O R A A I d B . —^Tbe Rxchanpp Uotet, nt*ai the F. li. T ick e t o f f ice at V atertow n Junction. 8Dg33dtf ^ K. b. D A H R K T T . H O f f l E A N D L O T F O R 9 A L E . N o 11 M echanic street; a good house and largo barn in good thrre arc abou i s t i t y choice bearing fruit * .(a tne prem ises, a goo<l collai, com- ru ’ >■ ‘ •’ro; honse Is heated b y a fnrnncc. F o r Ihcr lniuiuv&tion can ho had at No. 7 Streeter's Bloofc. ocl3diii* J. L. W E E K S . J ^ O R 8 A I a E — A S lo c k ol Dry-Uooda, i>rocciifH and snch gocxls as are nstiatiy kept 1q & ffrti class t.'onntry tflore, allnated in a ploosnnt villace and sorronnded b y a prood farm ing conntry, In .Joffer son c o n n ty, to e o u iif ' ‘ “ ' fum 1tnre,Ac. w ith I caso o f store, fixture?, Satisfactory roaeons given for selling. M KK C H & N T . Addrcsflt fep K k lw tf Reform er and TMmcs Ofllco. WatoTtovru N.Y. P < > K S A L K . W o w lli^ U eb e a p .oa c . , - - O I I K ___ — S M s K, W AH D E L L w ill open a elm f o r (etching W a x w o rk at N o . 9 O lay S t , W a tertpw n , » h e r o eho ts prepared to gWe I n e tractlo s i In t b e att of m a k in g W a x F lo w ­ ers, F ruit, S h e lls, Dead lesrot, C r o i t c s , and W ater Lillies. Mies W u d tll w o n ld u y t o tho ladle o f Wa­ tertown s n d v lclntiy t h s t eh e h u re e l i c d a t T o ronto, Ontario lo r tbe lea! -even yom , s n d w a s employed in Mra. fetu m ’ B. I r a n g Ltllea B o lrding tchool. in teaching a c la a a In W a a c Vork, a n d In 1867, she re­ ceived a D iplom a ior W a z W o ik l n tbe T o r o n to Blec torlal D irielon Soclh. M i l l W . h u a tem p le at b e r W a x F lo w e r s at Hr. Btdrller’ u Book Store. Par tlcn lari c a n be obtained a t Ho, 9, C l i j street, er at h e r residence a t J . V, A d a a i ’, K * q . , L e r a y street, North Watutowc. taM ta. FODR-^TOBY BTONK MILL, W ITH L O T A N D L 1 I A R V B 6 , _■ L O C A T D D A T C A P E V I N C S N T , K N O ’AN A S TII -I B A R T L E T T & D C VILL A R D MILLS, T o g e t h e r w i t h t h e M a c h i n e r y , f'onalsting o f F o n y H o ive P o w e r K n jicc, ono Plainer, cfayb o a r c i Machine, tw o tfbDigic MacLi- Inc?, S littin g hawe», (fee. A ls o one run of ac-oaen for PTlndlng c o a rro feed, ail in p«rf*-ct tunning order, and can oo seen In operation at anv timu Tertna easy. C R O S S & 8TARKJ5Y. Cape-V incent, Sept. U 1870. 2mwamdtr?» Q B l). SM ITH . B e v J , F . D A Y A N , B . B. M O S H B R , JOMCf L HOTH'HKU?, B II T A G G A R T , L». IN GAlxLS, H . HARBF0BD, LEVI JOHN805, W A R D U l BBAKD, O G. STAPLES. DR. TKOWBRtDGJL WM. B. LASfifiU * U thi* i* n o t onongb, c a l l aad w e wiU J®* moro. W c atlll main o a r Plumbing Steam and Gas Fitting D e p a r tm e n t., and aro prepared to g ive Fertect Satisfaction - in both t h e s o braucbcB. A n EXtGh*lto Stock of’ T I N alw a y s on hand. Give txs a call aod we will d o ( V b e a t to P L E A S E YOU. w ticther yo n bny or not. W e Ilk© to be wtiw rtW P w i l h eight seera. Romonibor the place, 12 & 3 W h i t e ’s B l o c k * East Side of Publio Square, WATERTOWN, N. Y.\ Sep. 33, d & w lm .. ^Y O O S T E B SnR K J lA S ’SUANK ! WATEETOIVK, NEW YORK. T h i i b a n k (organ!acduoder 8tate laws, tn th * J J * [ 1 8 4 t ) C o n t i n n c i t o d o . O o n e r a l B » n k i n f *> » £ n o s e a t Ita now banking hon.o, corner or s t o w s o n iVasblngton atrcete, w h e re it offeri tne n is j. accom m o d ation* to custom ers, and *oUCUe tu* « • ■ co-nnte o f F a r m e r s , M-r'-’-* - ’ - .ert^otbere. w * w ry and t ell Gold, Government Bonds and Securities, of every description, Negotiate bu' sines Taper, Bonds and Mortgages, &r ana Make Collections a t all points. s i x p o r c o n t Interest allow e d on apodd dcponlta payable on demand, and 99 v o n P® c e n t whoro m o n ies remain a l l m o n th ”, or oxer. . <y ers^fewlw-. J J E A V Y C A S T I N G S For Railroad Sbftps A Rolline Mills. T H B M . ta T . 8A V X .T OO,, Steam E n g in e B u ilders a n d ftn m d e r t, N E W H A V E N , O O N N . lO f l N t a t Board. I L B A S A N T B O D E S W I T H B O A R D . For a gentleman p,nd his wife or two — o r - th r ce aimglr r gentlernco, M a y be obtained .at 28 Academy . Stred A f e w labia b o a r d e r a c s n f io acw m o d atod. oM A * D B t a B B Y E Y O C B C I B B * 1 . Effl-pblto p f U m o h a s bean to*led F O R S E V E R A L t a d ptOTM * C K t H l i s

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