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th I ttlyilt times , WATERTOWN, NOV. ?, I870l LOCAL DEPARTMENT. T h e c i r c u l a t i o n of t h e D a i l t T i m s ia n o w o v e r 1,2 0 0 , and i s c o n s t a n t ly in c r e a s i n g . O u r a d v e r t i s e r s and o t h e r fr i e n d s w i l l p le a s e m a k e a n o t e o f this. L o c a l I t e m s a ^ e d e s ired f r o m e v e r ; t o w n in t b i s e o n n t y . W e hope e v e r y t h i n g * ) ! i n t e r e s t w f l l be c o m m u n i c a t e d , a n d sh a ll b e t h a n k f u l t o all o o r frien d s for f a v o r s o f t h i e k i n d . 0 0 1 1 P A T R O N S w i l l g r e a t ly o b l i g e na b y le a v i n g t h e i r o r d e r s fo r A d v i b t i b i h q , J o b W o k k and B in d i n g at o n r C o u n t in g - R o o m , i n the A r c a d e . O ity s u b s c r i b e r s w i l l p lea s e n o t i f y n s p r o m p t l y o f a n y fa ilu r e o f ca r r iers to le a v e p a p e r s r e g u la r l y . C o r r e s p o n d e n t s m u s t u n d e r s t a n d t b a t w e t a k e no n o t io e o f a n o n y m o u s c o m m u n i c a ­ tio n s . N o o h a r g e is m a d e for t h e sim p le a n n o u n c e ­ m e n t of a death. F iv e c e n t s p e r lin e w i l l b e o h a r g e d f o r eaoh a d d i t i o n a l line. D t o x o a t o w . — T h e n e w U n i v e r s a l i s t c h u r c h in H a m m o n d w a s d e d i o a t q d o n S a t u r d a y , .o n b; - P r o f . i S . L e e , o f O a n - o f th e ch u r c h T r a v e l e d ’ Directory. T r a i n s o f the R o m e , W a t e r t o w n a n d O g ­ d e n s b u r g B a i l r o a d , L*a.V* WATEKTOWN—DPPKB DIPOT, F o r B o m e , 8:10 A . tt . ; 12 :0 3 P. X . ; 4 : 2 0 P. U. F o r O g d e n s b u r g , 7 : 5 8 a. s . ; 4:20 p . M. j 8 : 8 5 S a t u r d a y p. i t UEAVI WATIBTOWN JUNCTION, F o r O a p e V i n o e n t , 7:40 a . s . ; 8:54 p . M. | 8 : 2 5 P. X. is a i V E a t w a t k s t o w n , F r o m H e m e , 7 : 3 8 a. h . ; 3:57 P. x ; 8 :2 5 p. H . F r o m O g d e n s b u r g h , 11:4 8 a x ; 4:00 V . X . ARBIYIUT WATIBTOWNUKOTION, J F r o m G a p e V i n c e n t , 7 : 2 5 a x ; 4:24 p . x STA0IS LKAVt WATI*TOWB, F o r C l a y t o n , 8:00 a X F o r C a r t h a g e a n d L o w v i l l e ; 7:50 a x ; 8 : 5 7 p. x F o r O o p e n - h a g e n , 7 : 5 0 a x Tlie Malle A r r i v e a n d olose a t the W a t e r t o w n P o s t O f flo e a s f o l l o w s : C lo u . A rrive. AU points South, K a at snd W est (excepting wsy) 7-80 s m 4-00p a All points 8 , 1 . a n d W. except U ltra U A ll points S . , 1. A W. except Utica d . p .o., a-aopm NewYork. AltisayandUilca, A d a m s , through, 7-80 s n C a p o V lncentsndCanads, js 4 S p m A l l points Dortn, 7-ao a m O rdem b u rg:. through, d k j l o n , Carthage, via. Chsmpotn, “ *• Great Bond, C o p e n h a g e n , Backota Harbor, O ffloe o p e n f r o m 7-80 d a y a fro m 12 to 1 . 040 p m 4-00 p m 7 48 a m 440 p m 4 0 0 p m s-ao p m lt-oo st TS O a m s-o o p m 700 a m 4 an p m SAOpm 11-00 a m 7-10 a m 4 SO p m ISO p m 1 1 -SO a m m to 8 p m . S u n T H B C A M P A I G N . T h o R e p u b l i c a n C o u n t y C o m m i t t e e H o o m s a r o in \ W a s h i n g t o n H a l l B l o c k , N o . 10, S e c o n d F l o o r . R e p u b l i c a n m e e t i n g s w i l l b o h e l d as fo l l o w s , a n d a d d r c s s o d b y : J. W atsoh J okis , E s q . Lorraine.W edady eve N o v 3 “ “ tisnnaville. T h a n •• - 8 ‘ Belleville, Friday *• “ 4 \ “ Henderson. Bat. •• “ 6 T h e m e e t i n g s w i l l b e c a l l e d t o o r d e r a t 7 o ’ c l o c k . H O N . W M . D O R S H E T M E R , United States Attorney, A t W a a h in g t o n H a U , W e d n e a d a ; E v e n i n g , N o v e m b e r 2 d , 1870. C l t v s a n d C o u n t y - G o l d , 1 . 1 1 } . i— O u r I n d i a n S u m m e r . - - — Last n i g h t , t h e lo v e liw i t o f th e seaso n . — T o - m o r r o w ia g m l a x d a ; o n .gas b i l l s . — M e e t i n g O t-d ^ e 0 . W - ft, fc. H . R . B . d ire o t o r s t o J a y . t ] — R e p u b lica n rm lly i n W a a h in g t o n H a l l a t 7 t h i s evfenini the/ te l e g r a p h o l i c a fo r t h i s e v b n in o , — Telegpnyo A t T h o m a a C lo s e . — W e h e a r d t h e D i p l o m a s a x \ a s k in g “ W h e r e are .oor la t e fa i r ? ” — P r o f. V a n O l e v e g i v e s hia aeo o u d l a c t u r * a t th e C o m m e r c ia lr^ p U a g e room a th ia e v e n ­ in g . T . — L e o t u r e of t h e R a v . M r . H a y n e s a t th o B a p t i s t C h u r c h to - m o r r o w o v e n i n g , w e a t h e r p e r m i t t i n g . ) — - B r o w n villo, P i e r r e p a n t M a n o r , an d L o r ­ r a i n e h a v e p o l it ic a l m e e t in g s th is e v e n i n g . — E x h i b itio n o f W a ter g a s a t K e n y o n 's t h i s o v o n in g . — The c i t y Kia b i q t fm ll o f p e o p le to - d a y , s n d hu a iyiess is e x c e e d i n g l y good. - = E d w a r d O 'D o n n p U O faa a r r a iu g e d b e f o r e R e c o r d e r A i n s w o r t h to - d a y for d r a n k t t a n e s s . a n d was g i v e n fre e d o m a f t e r t a k i n g s p l e d g e b e f o r e F a t h e r H o g a n . — Tho C a r t h a g e R e p u b lica n , in o r d e r to g e t a r o u n d b e fore e l e c t i o n , wiU f i e issu e d o n U o n d s y , n e x t w e e k . , — O w i n g to t R e le o t n r s th e B a p t i s t o h u r o h to - m f f r r o w o W i n g / th s m e * t i n g o f t h e Irvin g ^ s o o iety J u is been a d jo u r n e d i o F r i ­ d a y e v e n i n g . \i — T o - m o r r o w e v e n i n g t h q ^ ' A m y S t o n e ” S e n s a t i o n T r e h p e o&nfm enoh a th r e e 'n i g h t 's \ e n g a g e m e n t at W a s h i n g t o n HalL — S o m e o f o n r o i t y f o l k s h a v e re o e iv e d le t - , . J e r a from O w e n B r o s , , N e w Y o r k , c o u n t e r f e i t f - A iffisn « y ^ m « n .-A lL u a r e .h a v e - t Q s a y i s , g a . a l o w o n them . S t . L a w b i n c b U x i v x b s i t t . — F ifte e n n e w a t a d e n t s T x a v e j o i n e d t h e T h e o l o g f d a l c la s s , s n d e l e v e n have e n t e r e d t h e L a w D e p a r t m e n t T h e C o U e g s i a p r o s p e r i n g . * ' Rout a n d GLurroM Railroad. —Ths Hoard of Direotors of the Rome snd Clinton Bail­ road met st Rome recently, to canvass and to take into conuqpration the bids for fhe con­ ation of the railroad from Roms to Clin­ ton. There were eight bids in all. The con­ tract was finally awarded to Geo. B. ~ f t C o r T h e w o r k Is to bo oommenoadat onos and intended to be oompletsd by September next, *nd ea muoh sooner as possible. — _ r e » — S i m k a d x — Lsurt evening w m an uaooxn- monly delightful on*. It wm not v*ry oold nor too warm, but juat about right for brass bands to amuse themselves alongsld* of peo­ ple’s houses, snd not feel very unoomfortable did thoy not get invitations to oom* in and 1 partake. Tho mem bora of the Watertown Comet Band thought they would go forth Ust night tnd try then hands at serenading.— They were jucceesfnl, that is at seranading Bt Dr’s. Ther tjalWatr DrrfipenoSr’a, Dr. H. H. Babcocks, Dr. Dayan’s, Dr, Robin­ son’s, Dr. George I’sddock’s, Dr. Oongar’s, Dr. A R. Flower’s snd others. The oooaaion was s very delightful oneind*ed tothoeewbo participated, snd wUl be, probably, toe IsH occasion of th* kind thie sssson. At shoot two*. m.'th* party turned their thoughts to alasp snd th* ooming slssttnn. O o t . 2 7 . to n , fr o m H o b i s a b o u t $3,500. O n S u n d a y , O o £ \ i)0, a Y h 'u r c k o f th irty , s e v e n m e m b e r s w a s o r g a n i z e t i , S o m e tw e n t y w e r e b a p t i z e d , a n d all\w e r o r e c e i v e d b y th e r i g h t h a n d o f fe ll o w s h i p , T h e tw o d a y s ’ m e e t i n g w a s o n e o f g r e a t i n t e r e s t to tb e U n - iv e r s i l i a t s of t b a t re g io n . T h x R b -U n i o n P o t a t o not - stctju i i k a “ P x - t a t x ” a f t i b a l l .— A c o r r e s p o n d e n t w r it e s u s a s fo U o w s : “ I see t h a t / t h e R e - U n io n h a s co m e o u t w i t h - a b lg ^ x r t a t o w e i g h i n g tw o lb s . a n d fo u r t e e n o u n c e s , a n j / a s k s w h o c a n b e a t i t . I h a v e o n e , t f t b a s e e n on m y o f f i c e th a t w e i g h s ju s t f o u r p o W d s . It i a a C h i l i p o t a t o , a n d w a s g r o w n b y A m b r o s e oif th i s to w n , ( C l a y t o n . ” ) T h e - c o r r e s p o n d e n t a s k s th e B e - U n i o n to t r y a g a in . S o s i b n e b s M o n t h l y fo r N o t x k b i b . — C o n t e n t s : J e r e m y T r a i n — h i a D r i v e , w i t h -th i r t e e n illu s t r a t i o n s b y M a g r a t h ; T h e B o t -. to m o f th e S e a , w ith e i g h t e e n illu s t r a t i o n s ; A D a y w i t h f t r . B r c & jcs, w ith s e v e n t e e n illu s ­ tr a t i o n s b y th o v A V h u i i - f i r o t h e r s a n d o t h e r s ; N a t a s q u a , o h a p w m I - I I l h T h e B o n d a g e o f t h e P u l p i t ; T w i c e A l o n e , a T a l e o f th e L a ­ b r a d o r ; S o n n e t ; T o p W r i t i n g s o f G e o r g e M a c D o n a l d ; F a i r W e a t h e r a n d F o u l ; W i l ­ f r i d O u m b e r m e d e , an A u t o b i o g r a p h i c a l s to r y , c h a p t e r s I - V , illu s t r a t e d ; T o p i c s o f th e T i m e s ; B o o k s a n d A n t h o r s A b r o a d ; B o o k s • n d A u t h o r s a t H o m e . R a n d haa i t f o r sale. P s i n t i b ' s P u z z l e . — M y fr i e n d [ an d I w e r e w a l k i n g in th is § . w h e n w e saw B IV na a y o u n g la d y w i t h a , o a l b e n d in h e r b o d y . — S h e h a d theX j-raiiftH , b o n d . I m a d e a n ! at h e r a p p e & r a u c i/ jw h o i K s h e t a m e d a n d lo o k e d f t a t m e , an d n p v w ith h h r <ST a n d m a d e a — • t m e, a n d I s a w \ n o r e * V th a n I e v e r d i d b e f o r e . T h i n k i n g sh e w a s a b o n t to p n l a . t o m y e x i s t e n c e , w e b o t h fled. P l e a s e in s e r t t h i s 7 , fo r I th i n k th ia ca s e is w i t h o u t a ||, a n d I feel q u ite a b o n t it. Y o u r s M ■{ b r a c in g l y , -------------------------------------- ~ .cal “BTBT P x o b a b l e M u b d i b in N e w a b e .— Y e s t e r ­ d a y m o r n in g a t a n e a r ly h o a r , S e r g e a n t F i n ­ n e g a n d i a o o v e i e d a m a n a b o u t f o r t y - f i v e ye a r s o l d , g e n t e e lly • t the c o r n e r s o f s t r e e t s , N e w e r! o n h im . H e wi w a s p r o b a b l y : S y r a c u s e , a s h e e t a t h o s e p la c e e . - Got y i n g i n an a l l e y w a y B h r e n a n d E a s t R i v e r '•v w ith m u r k s o t v io l e n c e s t r a n g e r i n N e w a r k , a n d W a t e r t o w n , N . Y . , o r m a n y s a r d a in h i s p o c k - O k o n e c a r d was th e n a m e o f J o h n d o n n e l l y , 13£ G r a p e s t , S y r a c u s e N . Y. I t iB b e l i e v e d t h a t h e w a s m u r d e r e d • n d r o b b e d . — E i o h a n g e . M r. C h a r l e s L a B e r g e , of t h i s o i ly , b a a r e ­ c e i v e d a te l e g r a m from J . 0. W e l c h , o f N e w • r k , N . J . , s t a t i n g th a t J o h n C o n n e l l y d ie d ■ u d d o n ly o n S u n d a y m o r n i n g , an d th e r e ia n o d o u b t th a t h e ia th e aam e p e r a o n m e n t i o n ­ e d in t h e a b o v e e x t r a c t . M r. C o n n e l l y w i l l b e re m e m b e r e d a s h a v i n g b e e n at o n e tim e • r e s i d e n t o f t h i s d t y , a n d a m e m b e r o f th o fir m of H . Jt J . C o n n e l l y . C o R w p o n d a c * o f t b s Tim e a tnd Baform e r. R i f u b l i o a n R a l l i . — H on. B u t l e r G . N o ­ b l e , of N e w Y o r k , ad d r e s s e d th e c i t i z e n s o f G o u T t m s n r u p o n the p o l i t i c a l issu e * o f th e d a y , at V a n B n r e n ’a H a U , on M o n d a y e v e n ­ i n g la a t . A l t h o u g h t h e w e a t h e r w a s v e r y u n f a v o r a b l e , t h e r e w m a f a l l h o u s e . M r . N o b i s m a d * a n a b l e a n d t e l l i n g s p e e c h . H e s h o w e d t b a t t h e le g i t i m a t e r e s u l t o f t o e p r e s ­ e n t D e m o c r s t i o p a r t y , in r e g a r d to th * can a ls w o u ld b e to t a k e m iU to& s o f m o n e y fr o m th e h o n e s t ta x - p a y e t ^ o U h e l S t a t e a n d p u t it in t o Ski g a m b l e r s a n d w ire- in N t h e in t e r e s t o f th e a r o N m o n th e “ p a y roH ’, t h e p o c k e t s of p u l l i n g speo n la t o ; T a m m a n y B i n g , w! a t th o ir p a r t y . H e a a i d th a t e v e n ■ona, n o t r e s i d e n t of e b e s t ' i n f o r m e d p e r - e w Y o r k , oo n ld fo r m n o id s * o f tho e x t e n t b f th e fr a u d s p e r p e t r a t ­ e d a t t h e b a l l o t b o x in th a t o i t y . B n t n o w , • i n c e t h e s t r o n g a r m o f th e g o v e r n m e n t h a s t a k e n h o l d of t h e m a t t e r o f ille g a l v o t i n g in N e w Y o r k , w e m a y fe e l a s s u r e d th a t re p e a t ­ i n g an d fr a u d u l e n t c o u n t i n g w i l l o e a a e , a n d w a sh a ll h a v e a fa i r v o t e in th e m e t r o p o lis.— T h e s p e a k e r s a i d ho ( a l t a s s u r e d th a t th e m a n w h o c r a s h e d o n t re b e ll io n , w o u l d b e a b le to e s t a b l i s h th e p u r i t y o f t b a b a l l o t b o x , a n d to fn l f l l l h i a p r o m i s e “ t h a t tho p e o p l e o f N e w T o r k s h o u l d h a v e an o p p o r t u n i t y of e x p r e s s ­ i n g th e i r o h o ice b y a f u r and h o n e s t v o t e a t t h e c o m i n g e l e c t i o n , i f i t too k t h e w h o l e a r m y • n d n a v y o f t h e U n i t e d S t a t e s to e n f o r c e i t . \ T h e s p e a k e r h e l d th e e n t i r e a t t e n t io n o f b i s - a u d ie n c e , a n d was o f t e n a p p l a u d e d . H e a s s u r e d R e p u b l i c a n s i f th e y w o u l d c o m e o u t t o th s p o l l s in N o v e m b e r , a n d roll u p th e ir u s u a l m a j o r i t y i n the c o u n t r y , th a t th o oleo- t i o n of th e i r t i c k e t w a s o e r t a in . S t . L a w r e n c e o o n n t y i s a w a k e and b o u n d t o im p r o v e th e o p p o r t u n i t i e s of t h e h o u r . H o n . G e o r g e M. G le a s o n a n d C a p t G e o r g e P a r k e r o f G o u v e m e u r , a r e a m o n g t h e sp e a k e r s o f t h i s o o u n t y i n t h e p f e o e n t c a n v a s s . C a p t a i n Psrker a p o k e a t H e r m o n U s t n i g h t ( N o v e m ­ b e r 1st). — A m ; S t o n e p l a y e d “ F a o c h o n th e C r i c k ­ e t ” at t h e G o u v e r n e u r T h e a t r e , t o a fa i r h o u s e , n o t w i t h s t a n d i n g th e p o l i t i c a l m e e t i n g • n d th e in o le m e n o y o f th e w e a t h e r . L o n a l N o s t r u m s , y \ [ t a k e ^ atrui 0. D. MoAusrxa, Agent for B . Browner A Co., Syracu8e, would respectfully announce to his many friends, and all the Milliner* in the vicinity, that ho will be at tha Woodruff House, Room No. 6, for one week with a very •xtenaive and elegant (took of Millinery Goods, whioh he will deliver to all that ma; favor bim with a call, at the lowest New York prioes. This ia a rare ohvee f o r all that wish to replenish their winter stock. Will also take orders for Berlin Zephyr Worsteds. 8ale to commence Monday. Nov. 7, 1870. Nov. 3 , 4 , 6 * 8 , If). 0/ I Halsimau wanted at the One Price Comer Store. None bnt those thoroughly acquaint­ ed with tho Dry Gooda Trade in this section need apply. - R oox and B oaid .—For a gentleman and Lis vrifeA desirable wing room may be had, -with bafcd, at No. 11, Sterling-st. Nov. 3, 1870. . ________ d8t R u wopderful fo see the amount of Cloth­ ing Race Brothers are selling dally, Their -atore-ia crowded fro m morning till Ute at -slight with customers, and every one teems to be delighted in buying goods at suoh low figures. _____________ oc31d2w Tm Nonox.—The person who took by mistake from our Store, oa 19th Ootober, 20 yard* Plaid Ones Goods, will pUus return lh* acme immediately. O axfiill ft F ax will . Watertown, Oot. 29,1870. dwlw BY T E L E G R A P H . MORNING REPORT. S u r r e n d e r o f M e t a . W o r l d ' s L o n d o n s p e c i a l s a y s th o . s t a t e ­ m e n t o f a F r e n c h o f f i c e r s o f e n g i n e e r s , c o n c e r n i n g t h e m a s s a o r e o f fa m i s h e d m e n , w o m e n a n d c h i l d r e n b e f o r e M e t z b y t h e P r u s s i a n s , h a s ' b e e u c u u i i r in e d t o y o f f i c i a l a d t H a i c o m m u n i c a t i o n p u b l i s h e d in I n d e p e n d e n c e M o s e ll e . O n O c t o b e r 1 9 t h B a z a i n e c a l l e d - t o g e t h e r h i s o f f icers a n d in f o r m e d th e m o f d e t a i l s o f G e n . B o y e r s m i s s i o n , s h o y y i B g B i s ­ m a r c k ’s t e r m s to t e r m i n a t e w a r , b u t h a d n o g o v e r n m e n t i n F r a n c e t o d e a l w i t h . H e in f o r m e d t h e m t h a t B o y e r w a s b e f o r e t h e c o u n c i l o f w a r a t w h i c h M o l t k e d e c l a r e d t h e m i l i t a r y n e g o t i a t i o n s w o u l d b e e a r l y a r r a n g e d , b u t B i s m a r c k s a id a p o l i t i c a l v i e w m u s t t a k e t h e le a d . 1 a m in c l i n e d to a l l o w t h e a r m y a t M e t z to w i t h d r a w t o a n a p p o i n t e d p l a c e in t h e F r e n c h t e r r i t o r y , a n d p r e f e c t t h e r e a l l t h e d e l i b e r a t i o n s o f p e a c e . B a z a i n e t h e n d w e l t u p o n a n a r c h y t h r o u g h o u t F r a n c e an d p r e d i c t e d ' t h a t t h e a r m y m u s t s e p a r a t e ita c a u s e f r o m t h a t o f M e t z . H e f o r b a d e d i a c u a s i o n u p o n h i s s p e e c h a m o n g h i s o f f i c e r s . T o u r s 2 . — A d i s p a t c h ^ a s b e e n r e c e i v e d h e r e from A r l o n , B e l g i u m , . w h i c h a n ­ n o u n c e s t h a t M e t z h a s n o t c a p i t u l a t e d , t h a t is, th e g a r r i s o n , f o r t s a n d to w n s r e ­ fu s e to a g r e e to t h e c a p i t u l a t i o n o f B a ­ z a i n e , und t h e P r u s s i a n s r e s u m e th o i r p o s i ­ t i o n a b o u t t h e p l a c e . T h e E n g l i s h m i s s i o n . W a s h i n g t o n , 2 . — T h e fr i e n d s o f S e n a t o r M o r t o n a r e u r g i n g th e P r e s i d e n t t o c o n ­ tin u e M o t l e y as M i n i s t e r to E n g l a n d u n t i l th e e x p i r a t i o n o f t h e p r e s e n t t e r m o f t h e I n d i a n a L e g i s l a t u r e , w h e n it i s s u g g e s t e d t h a t M o r t o n m a y b e a g a i n a p p o i n t e d . T b e I n d i a n a L e g i s l a t u r e m e e t * b i - a n n u a l l y , a n d c o u ld n o t e l e c t a S e n a t o r i n M o r t o n ’ s s t c a r l ; a n d th o G o v o r n o r o f t h a t S t a t e w o u l d h a v e th e a p p o i n t m e n t f o r M o r t o n ’ s u n e x p i r e d t e r m — th u s s e c u r i n g to R e p u b ­ lic a n s a S e n a t o r fo r the n e x t t w o y e a r s . T h e S t e a m S h i p V a r u t a a - F e e r s f o r h e r S u r e t y . N e w Y o r k , 2 d . — G r a v e fe a r s are e n t e r ­ t a i n e d t h a t t h c s t e a m ' h i p V a r a n s , b e l o n g ­ in g to M a l l o r y Jc C o s lin e , h e n c e t o G a l ­ v e s t o n , h a s b e e n lo s t , w i t h a l l on b o a r d '. T h i s vessel le f t N o w Y o r k on h e r r e g u l a r t r i p fo r t h a t p o r t o n S a t u r d a y , G e t . 1 6 t h , a n d b a d n o a c c i d e n t o f a d i s a s t r o u s n a t p r e h a p p o n c d t o h o r s h e s h o u l d h a v e b e e n a t G a l v e s t o n o v e r a w e e k a g o . L a t e i t in t e l ­ li g e n c e r e c e i v e d b y h e r o w n e r s o f h e r w h e r e a b o u t s , is t h a t \ a n d o n l y in a m e a ­ g r e r e p o r t fro m N e w O r l e a n s . ” S t e a m - B h i p D e S o t a , w h i c h a d v i a M t h a t o n t h e e v e n i n g o f t h e 1 9 t h u l t . , w h e n o f f J u p i t e r I n l e t , th e m i s s i n g s t e a m s h i p w a a se e n b y th e m , b u t s i n c e w h i o h t i m e s h e h a a n o t b e e n h e a r d fr o m . G r e a t a p p r e h e n s i o n s a r e e n t e r t a i n e d b y th o s e w h o h a v e r e l a ­ t i v e s on b o a r d . A r r i v a l s o f it e a m a h i p a fr o m N e w O r ­ le a n s fo r t h o p a s t f e w d a y a , r e p o r t t h a t t h e F l o r i d a c o a a t i a covaarad w i t h p o r t i o n * o f w r e c k s a n d p a r t s o f o n c e v a l u a b l e c a r ­ g o e s . B u t li t t l e in f o r m a t i o n i s g i v e n t o t h e r e c o g n i t i o n o f m a n y o f t h e s e v e s s e l s c a u g h t o u t a n d t o r n to p i t c e a b y th e t e r ­ r i b l e h u r r i c a n e s i n t h e G u l f o f M e x i c o d u r i n g th e m o n t h ju s t p a s t . T h o V a r a n s le f t th ia p o r t w i t h 88 c a b i n p a s s e n g e r s , m a n y o f w h o m w e r e m e m b e r s o f t h e firs t f a m i l i e s in T e x a s , b e i n g in f l u ­ e n t i a l p e r s o n s w h o s p e n t t h e s u m m e r n o r t h an d w e r e r e t u r n i n g to t h e i r h o m e s fo r t h e w i n t e r . A m o n g t h e m w a s a m e m b e r o f th e B r i t ­ is h P a r l i a m e n t , n a m e d J e n k i n s , w h o w m jo u r n e y i n g t h r o u g h th e S t a t e s o n a t o u r o f p l e a s u r e a n d o b s e r v a t i o n . AFTERNOON DESPATCHES. L o n d o n , 2 . — A d e p u t a t i o n o f 2,000 p e r ­ s o n s c a l le d u p o n G a m b e t t a y e s t e r d a y t o p e t i t i o n f o r t h e o r g a n i z a t i o n o f th e a e a t - in v a r i o u s d e p a r t m e n t s . G a m b e t t a a n s w e r e d t h a t t h e s a l v a t i o n o f t h o p e o p l e w a s in t h e i r o w n h a n d s , a n d t h e g o v e r n m e n t c o u l d n o t e v e n s u p p l y t h e m w i t h arm s . T h o a u t h o r i t i e s nt T o u r s a s a c r i b e t h e I s m o t L & j o i n to t h e in c o m p p t e n o y o f G a r - r i b a l d i ’a s u b o r d i n a t e o f f i c e r s , .a n d , t h e i r .c r u d e o r g a n i z a t i o n s , w h i c h r e n d e r e d t h e r e g u l a r F r e n c h fo r c e s a t t h e m o m e n t w h a n t h e la t t e r w e r e m o e t n e e d e d . , T h e M o n i t e u r c o m p l a i n s o f t h e in a c t i v ­ i t y o f th e a r m y o f t h e L o i r e , w h i c h i t s a y s n o w n u m b e r s f u l l y on e h u n d r e d t h o u s a n d t h b h : T h e la t e s t a d v i c e s f r o m P a r i s r e p r e s e n t t h a t th e a r d o r o f th e p e o p l e is u n a b a t ­ e d , a n d n o d o u b t s aye a n y w h e r e e x p r e s s e d o f t h o a b i l i t y to \h o ld o n t fo r w e e k s , p e r ­ h a p s m o n t h a T h e s u p p l y o f f r e s h m e a t ia s a id t o b e s u f f i c i e n t t o la s t t i l l D e c e m b e r 16 , w h i l e t h e s a l t e d p r o v i s i o n s w i l l s u p p l y th e c i t y s e v e r a l w e e k s lo n g e r . I t te e m s , h o w e v e r , t h a t th e s t o r e s a r e n o t j u d i c i o u s l y d i s t r i ­ b u t e d . O n th e 1 6 t h a l t s r i o t o c c u r r e d i n a la t i o n r u s h e d in t o t h e m a r k e t e n m a s s e , c l a m o r i n g t o b e s u p p l i e d w i t h m e a t . T h e o u t b r e a k w a s s u p p r e * * e d w i t h o u t s e r i o u s d i f f i c u l t y . The Prussians hav* succeeded in plac­ ing batteries St BagmtUc, Odoberoie and Bas Mendon. —Tour* 27=Neirg from Pari* to Oct. 29th says the pMple were itrong in their da termination to deiroV^be city to the last extremity, Great numbers of new *nrollme&ta in the NationfrGuarda have been made in order to strengthen 'the defence of fortifi­ cations. Private sub*criptiona to paly for the cannon to be placed npon tbeworks haa already reached aafletet’aiiaimt to por- chsae one thonaand -piaert, whito ware, being,rapidly ouada at various works. «-■*! 1 .'iv.j. i T h e e s t i m a t e d . r a t i o n s o f fr e s h a n d s a l t m e a t a w o u l d s u b a i a t t h e e i t y u n t i l t h e \end o f J a n u a r y . T h e j o u r n a l s a s s e r t t h a t b r e a d w i l l n o t b e d e a l t o u t in r a t i o n s u n t i l th e fir s t o f J a n u a r y . T h e s u p p l y o n h a n d is a m p l e . W o r k o n th e f o r t i f i c a t i o n s i s p r o g r e s s i n g r a p i d l y in th e d i r e c t i o n o f B a g n e u x , in s p i t e o f t h e d e t e r m i n e d o p p o s i t i o n o f th e e n e m y . A la r g e r e d a n w a s in c o u r s e o f c o n s t r u c t i o n th e r e w h i c h w a s e x p e c t e d to o f t h a t li n e . T h e P r u s s i a n s a r e c o n s t r u c t i n g h e a v y b a t t e r i e s n e a r R e z o n , b e f o r e C o u r b e r o l e a n d a t B a s M e n d o n . T h e y h a v e a lso p l a n t e d h e a v y a r t i i l e r y - a t G o u r i s y L e R o i . -H,000 b u a h at 74 Jo. O a t s — 48(850 fo r w e s l - O n t h e 2 7 t h u l t . , G e n . T r o c h u r e c e i v e d d e s p a t c h e s fro m T o u r s d a t e d t h e 2 4 t h . L o n d o n 2 . — T h e c o r p s e o f a fe m a l e , in j a c k e t a n d red fla n n e l s k i r t , a n d w e a r i n g g o l d e a r - r i n g s a n d n e c k l a c k e , s u p p o s e d to b e a v i c t i m o f t h e C a m b r i a d is a s t e r , w a s h e d a s h o r e a t R a t h l i n I s l a n d , U l s t e r c o u n t y , in th e n o r t h o f I r e l a n d , t w o d a y s a g o . Q u e b e c , 2.— S t e a m s h i p S c a n d i n a v i a n , fr o m L i v e r p o o l , a r r i v e d . H a r t f o r d , C o n n . , 2 . — A fire b r o k e o u t in t h e b o a r d i n g - h o u s e o f M r s C o r n i s h , on C h u r c h - s t . , t h i s m o r n i n g . A c h a m b e r - m a i d n a m e d L i z z i e H e n n c B s e y w a s s m o t h e r e d t o d e a t h , a n d a y o u n g l a d y b o a r d e r n a m e d R o s e H i l l j u m p e d fro m a w i n d o w a n d was s e r i o u s l y in j u r e d . .M a n c h e s t e r , 2 . — L a B t n i g h t w h i l e a p o ­ l i t i c a l m e e t i n g w a s b e i n g h e l d in t h i s c i t y t h e floor o f th e b u i l d i n g g a v e w a y , an d m a n y p e r s o n s w e r e in j u r e d . E x t e n t o f d i s a s t e r n o t y e t a s c e r t a i n e d . TH E M A R K E T S . F O B B I G R M A R K E T S . L on d o n , 1:80 p . m ., Nov 2 . —Consols opened at 92j both. American eaonritiee quiet. old, 88J; ’67, \SS » o J ; Bondi, ’6 2 , 8 9 ( ; 10-40s, 87. Stooka qniet; Erie 18J ; HI., 110J; Great Western 29^. Sugar easier on toe spot and afloat Liverpool, Nov. 2.—Cotton opens firm.— Uplands 9£ ; Orleans 9}. Breadstuff■ dulL California white wheat 10* lOdRlla. Late Dairy Markets. Hxxxnixm, Nov. 1. C hkibx .—Alight delivery to-day, in the aggregate abont 1,000 boxes. A few lota of factory make at 14jW!5a Farm lota of (sir to good, U^18jo.; good to fins, 14#14}o. Berm.—Dull and lower. Sale of fin* fall make at 85^87. New York, Nov. 2.—12 m.—Gold op*n*d at 111, and hae been Ul to lllj all th* but not muoh doing. Money 4®5. long 9}~; abort 9 } . Gorammsnt qutet sad steady, but littl* doing. Stocks steady ind quitt, and not a groat deal doing. Prioes u* abont ona-fourth to one-half. State tecrrrffiea stall dull, with unchange pxteoa Shipments ol sped* by China, 860,- 000, Unlearn dollars and silver bars. Min. naaota $11.QOO. Tb*r* wars 35 bids for gold to-day, amoffitiag to about 50,000,000. Highest 111.09; knrwt £10.51. Awards will be one million at 111.03 to 111.09. ua* i » x O J . r « . 81 r e r . d o c o o p 0 . 8 . a a) 'ta r r g . taa; do COID. 10N O.S.5’H-IOco«p,’a41(m4 0 . 8 4 ’n MO ’*6 oil ISSN d o New l a m e . ..U S X □ A T * HO W I m w IIO X (7 8 T » u n e o c p . •SS S S U S X 1040 B e g liU r e a . • U S : ... wax io*x tiox & llM O e o d p o u C n r r e t c r BlXi X irip o M do p n l Castton ov Cumberland SO W o a U m O a lo n TeL SS Q o lck-tlher S PadO cM a il .................... 413* B o lt o n W ater Few e r 16 - Sdaaa Ixpraas 67 W a lls A F a r g o I x . S7M An. Un. I x x r w a e .. 48J4 U. 8. Expreaa S3 N. Y . C, A H R R . S I X N . Y . Central, icrlp D i e ............................... X3 54 Brio, pref. .................... 4# Harlem IM X 40 pref. 134 G o l d —i l l X R a a d lxr .................. .... : OOJX R ich. Central . . . 1 - X U S . A U . S c a t t e r s SIR IllinaU Central ......... 1 4R Olevs. A F ltta b tre V * Ofcleago aad N . w . . . 79k do aad 14. w . p r a l ( I k O l m . 4 M . O t e d a K t w J o n y Central Rock I a k o d MIL A St. r a n i S e p r e f TOL W a . W M tl do_ p n t BOA iot>k J10K Fort wan* Alton A T t n t i t * 14 * ' * ________ H a a t* ts d o p e l 91 Chicago A A lton 11B d a p r e f 111 O M o A H lte . iS Bostoa Q artTd E r ls IK Ool. Chi. A, la d . O e n .U k CD lctco B A Q«ln<y 1C* Oen. F a d S e b o o d a I I DnlOB F a d fie b o a d s < I ta u t . «’• e x oo n p ... (3 d o n i w . . . . . . . w Vlrxtnlaa ax. coap . 1 1 DOS’a n t w . ................ i l K l w o u l six e s h k Maw Tork MarKata. NEW YORK, Nov. 2. C O T T O N — Firm, 1 7 middling uplands. F L O U B — H e a v y L o w e r . R e c e i p t s , , 2|000 barrel8. Bales 9,00 0 , 5 05 t c r e d fo r c e s n e w o p e r a t i n g in d e p e n d e n t l y gar2o~tdr8upnine~8tSta ahdWeotem; com­ mon to o h o i c e Extra State 5 6 0 # 6 10 oom- mon to choioe extra Western 5 1 0 # 6 1 5 ; oommon to ohoio* round hoop Ohio 5 66# 6 45.’ RYE FLOUR—Heavy Salea 300 barrels at 4 00#5 £5. WHEAT—Heavy. Beoeipte 216,000; Hales 110,000, at 1 24$ 1 25 for New Na 1 Spring, 1 30491 33 for Winter, Red and Amber Western, 1 50 -for white Mlchigm. - CORN—Unohanged. Beoeipte 32.000; Sales 39,000, at 84j$8C for New Mixed Western. OAT8—Quiet Reoeipta 18,000; Sales 21,04)9, at 58054 Western ; 56057 for Ohio. PQBK— D u lL Bales 200.bbla., at 25 50 for Meee. ——- —T i IK It—.Wnmm .1 -—Salas 100 tiaroee it 14- #16 for Steam RefinAd, 16 for kottle ren­ dered. BUTTER—20043. NEW YORK, Nov. 1. t Ashm—Pote are nnchange at $6 7507 25; pearls an dull and nominal. C o t t o n — Is iteody. Boles 4,821 bates at 17ofor middling upland*. Wxuxr—Ii Srmar. Bala* of 450 bbla at 87j088jc. Hex—Is fini at $1100115 fot shipping; $1 3001.40 for retail lota. C o n n —firmer. Sate* o f 2,000 bags iUo on private terms. B u o a i — I e firm . 8 * l* s o f 800 h h d a a t 9 } 0lO o for C u b * ; 1 0 0 1 1 0 for Porto Rioo, Mouasxa—te dulL R i c i — Is eatter. Sail* of 40 faeroaa at 7|0. 7ja ' F e t m l e u x — Dull, at lljo for orndo, and 2 6 j o fo r r a f in e d . ... C o a l — I u lo w e r . S c r a n t o n a t $ 8 7 7 4 0 3 90 f o r lump; $ 3 8 5 0 S 8 7 j f o r « t e * m b o * t ; $ 4 6 7 ^ 0 4 2 7 j fo r g r a d e ; $ 4 25f o r « g 0 $ 4 9 7 * 0 5 0 9 t o r S t o v e ; # 3 7 5 0 4 00 f o r ch e e m u t, a b o w i n g a d o c lin e o f 25040 c p e r ton. LuniK—I* firmly hold Buanos Ayres and Bio Gnnde light, heavy and -mkl- dk wrighta at2803l4«; do California at 270 80o; do Orinoco at 2«ft29J«. f W o o l - I » quiet. Salea of 190,000lb« at 46, 0524c for domastio fleaoe; 00064 fat on wMbtd; 880tie for ptdlad; 6O052o for: tubtMd; 22}#85for OUifo*ni» ; j7 0»l Tsxm. . '■ * - I Paorruosa-Pork ncadnal Hatea'trt'MOO bbls At $36 00 for omss; $2100022 60 for . f ' ■ p r i m e ; - A l*o , 260 b h l * m*ee * e l t o fo r N o v . o s p r i v a t e te n n a . B e e f l z q n ie t . S s l u o T U O b b ls a t $ 1 0 0 1 5 fo r p la in m e s a ; $ 1 5 0 1 8 for e x t r a m s s * . B e e f n o m a aro d u l l at $30<S>82. T i e r c e b e e f is s t e a d y a t $ 2 6 f o r p r im e m e s s ; $ 3 0 f o r In d ia n m e s s . C f l t W a t a ore d u l l. S a le s o f 50 p a c k a g e s p io k l e d h a m s , C h ic a g o , at\ 1 4 j o . M i d d l a s o r e q u i e t L i r t , n o m in a l. S a le s , 120 tie r c e s at- 1 4 0 1 6 o fo r Btaqm. A lso 2,850 tie r o e s fo r D e o . a t 13J o ; J a t v e k A S j c . B u t t e r i> q n ie t a t 2 O 0 3 8 o fo r w e e t e m / 2 ( i @ 48c f o r S tate. C h e e s e , s t e a d y a t 9 0 1 5 j o . - O S W E G O , N o v . 1. F l o p r — I s in g o o d d e m a n d a n d 25c l o w e r . S a le* o f 2,400 b b l s a t $ 8 2 5 fo r d o n b l e e x t r a ; $ 7 50 fo r w h ite w i n t e r ; $ 7 00 f o r red w i n t e r a n d $ G 25 f o r N o . 1 s p r i n g . G a a f S . — ^Wheat is*q u iet. S a les o f 2,000 b n a h W h i t e M i c h . ,a t $ 1 42 J , N o . 1 M ilw a u k e e clu b i s h e ld a t $ 1 25. C o m is lo w e r . S a l e s of era. B a r l e y i s u n o h a n g e d . H a les o f 1,0 0 0 b u a h p r i m e T o r o n t o a t 99o. R y e is h e l d at 95o fr e e . P e a s h e l d a t $ 1 free, fo r C a n a d a . C o r n M i a l — $ 1 7 5 fo r b o l t e d , an d $ 1 65 fo r u n b o l t e d M u m F i i d — I s s t e a d y . S h o r t s $18<3>20. S h i p s t u f t s — $ 2 5 0 2 6 V ton. Middlings— 3 0 0 3 2 V ton . H ig h w i n i s — 87o. C H I C A G O , N o v . 1, F l o u r — I s d u l l a n d lo w e r . S p r i n g e x t r a a r e $ 4 0 0 0 5 50. G r a i n — W h e a t is a c t i v e . N o . 2 s p r i n g a t 97c. C o m — N o 2 m ix e d 5 2 j@ 5 2 J c . R y e q u i e t O a ts a r e firm a n d h i g h e r . B a r l e y fir m e r : N o . 2 S p r i n g a t 78o. H ig h w i n i s — A r e d u l l a t 84c f o r iro n - b o u n d p a c k a g e s . P r o v i s i o n s — M e s s p o r k is q u i e t a t $ 2 4 00 24 50 o l d , an d $ 2 2 fo r n e w . L a r d ia f i r m at 13 jo. L it * H o g s — A r e u n o h a n d g e d . S a l e s at $ 7 20 ® 7 75 fo r fa i r to e x t r a o n o io e . B u r C a t t l i — A r e m o r e a c t i v e a t $8 B O 0 6 65. R e c x i p r a — 6 ,000 b b l s flo n r 155,0 0 0 b u a h w h e a t ; 45,000 b u a h o o m ; 17,0 0 0 b u s h o a t s ; 69.000 b o s n ry e ; 52,000 b u a h o l b a r l e y ; 4,00 0 h o g s . 8 b i p x i n t s — 18,000 b b la flour; 12 9 ,0 0 0 b * « h w h e a t ;126,000 b u a h c o m ; 17,0 0 0 buah o a t s ; 51.0 0 0 b o s h b a r l e y ; 4,000 h o g s . M I L W A U k S l N ov . 1 , F l o u r — l a h e a v y . E x t r a S p r i n g a t $ 4 75 0 4 80. G o a i x — W h e a t i s d u l l. No. 1 M ilw a u k e e a t 9 9 * p /j N o 2 d o . a t 96 c O a t s a r * n o m in a l. C o n f r - o t e a d y , r e j e c t e d 50o. R y e oaoy. B a r l e y is d e e H n in g . S a l t * o f N o . 2 S p r i n g a t 7 6 e . P i o v n i o n — P o r k te u n e h a n g a . S a l e s at $ 2 6 0 0 0 2 5 60. Lux H ogs —Are qutet B a a x x r r e — 4,000 b b l s flo u r , 95,000 b u s h w h e a t B h i f h i n t i — 10,000 b b la flo u r ; 180,000 b u s h w h e a t WLixteb feS® Ron; J. Mullw, Judge o f th e S u p r e m e C o u r t W athbtow h , March 7,1870, N. X. Smith, Ecq: , D e a r Sir— N o ticing a letter (rom the Hon. m . C. Pierrepont, ln regard t o Dr Blnere’e B li ilr o ’ Ehn- barb. I would ray th s t 1 lully coincide elih h im ln u r t n g th a t It 1 . s n e x c e llent m edicine, performing fully all it is promised t o do, a n d that 1 nte It i n my fam ily. Y o u u t r n ly , , 1 J. H u l u n . W N. M. 8M ITR , W a tertow n , N . Y . W hole»i!e An'ont. til whom ell ordere should bo ad d r c tted .' B la c k L y o n s V e l v e t s , 28 a n d 32 in c h e s at re d n o e d p r ic e s , at H o f fm a n ft W e i n b e r g ’s. L a d ie s ’ a n d C h ild r e n ’s W r a p p e r s , j u s t re­ o e i v e d a t H o ffm a n ft W e i n b e r g & Z e p h y r W o r s t e d , in a ll c o lo r s an d sh a d e s ; a t H o f fm a n ft W e i n b e r g ’s. Elec^Sn N otice. NHKRIFF’S O F F ICB, 1 COUSTT < F JlIFRSOX. > W a tertow n , Angatt 9.1870. ) N o tice Is hereby ziven , p n n n a n t to the statute* o r tip., at nte and ot th e annexed notice (rom the 'e c r c t a r y wf btate. that the General B lec ion w i l l he beid lu this eonnty, on the 'I needsy eacceedlntr .he first Monday o r Novem b er n e x t.at which election the officers ne med ln tho snnexed notice w ill be elected. A* W.WHKBLOCK, Bheriiff. S T A T E O F N E W Y O B K , . 1 O r r i c i o r t h i h x c r b t b t o r S t a t r , j. A lbany, Angnst 1,1819. j T o the Sheriff o f tho Coanty o lJefferson, B in—No leu 1* bereby given, that e t * general election to be held ln tm e Steta on tbe 9 uqeoay suc­ ceeding tha first M onday o f Novem b er next, t h e fol­ low in g officers ate to be elected, to w i t : A w o v u rnor, in the place ol J o h n T . Hodman- A Lieutenant-Governor, ln tha Place of A lle n 0. Beach. A Com p troller, In tbo plice o r Asher F. N ichols, appointed by t b e Governor ln th e place of W llllstn F . Allen, resigned. A Cans! Com m issioner, ln the place o f J o h n D. F a y . A Canal Com m issioner, In the place of G e o rge W. Chapman, a p p ointed b y the Governor, In the place o r Oliver Bascom , deceased. A n Inspector of B tate Prisons, ln the plica o f Sol­ omon Schen. A ll w h o se term s o f office w ill expire oa th s l u t d a y of D o iom b er n e x t. A R eprceentatlre In tbe Forty-second Coagnia ' tho United States, fo r the Tw e n tieth OopSreooloa- a D istrict, composed o f ibe conntle* of J U tO rsoi, Herkim er and Lew is. O o n n t v O f f i c e r s Also to bs elected .fow said Coanty. T w o Momhers ef Assem b ly. A C o a n ty C ltrk, ln t n e place o f Nolson D. F e rgu­ son. T w o Justices of Sessions, ln the place o f John Parker t n d George F. Bartlett. A Coroner, ln t h t p lf c e o f O rrln W. Smith. A ll whose terms o f office will expire on th e list d a y ol Decem ber next. T h e attention ot t o w n snd d t y election Boards, Inspectors o f election and c o u n ty canvassers Is re- tpectlully directed to chaptor 879, laws o f lbTO. hers w ith printed, s s to th e ir duties nnder t o ld s e t, c h a p . a n A N AOT t o provide for the paym ent or the case] , and general fnnd dobt, fbr w h ich U a to l l s t n pledged by the Conidtatlonu P a b s id A r n o , X , 1820; three-fifths being p r e s e n t ThtPwpU of O u S taU a fN tw Y o r k ,r t f r u m f d fa SmaU a n d AttcmNy, do m a d a t fouom : B ictio n 1. The Commissioner* of th* Canal Fond a r e herelw authorised and directed to b orrow, o a th* credit o f tbo Ststo, such sum o f money ss nm y bs necemary fo r t h e . the osnsl Medical. ''9 P H T a E C I A l f E * mm - H •jfcas ' -■“ -nsaxci ; N i w Y o i k .Angnst 15th, M W . i A llow m t to c a l l rear a tten tio n t o m v PRVFABA- i TION O F COM P O UND K X T B A 0 T BtJCHU, 9 ha ! X o m r o f P n r A i l T i O R . - B a e h a , la v a e w v J n a l- 1 per t e rries, by distillation , to form a fine gin. I’a i b t b i f x rected b y displacem ent w ltb splritt o b t a in . ‘ ble tb ira.M y im w In n w . - . * ‘ bT It ls s p lant t h a t e m ltslte* t n w n n c a ; i l w iS ^ n 'o T a j flame d e s t r o y .* t h is (lto dark a p d glatlnnoas drcotstlon. ^ n ) ^ tlm <33ci 1 o f lnnCdl. ntt- The Bnehn In ■ y>rrp*rstfnB.|lr*. dotcm a tes; the em s lltst q n t * t l t y * . t h * ) 4 « h f t - l h S g ^ & dlcptt are added, to prevent fenaeatatioe; u n o i F IfiahMlrirtn 4 1 Km fnn . A wmA j n hi* . mi_T'. — .—i i n u o M t v> p r w s t TflfunUiiiQi ■ Inspection It w l 1 be foun d ffst to M s Tlnctaregm l made ln P h tn c a c o p e e * —o *- •» - wa—^ mods tn Pnsrncncopcea. n r la I t a. Mvra»-:ae-d::g / a tfferclore Ctn be awtfin rittes wbsre r«v>yto»L<»4|.Cg#,^.f,| mation exiilr. In iSIsrjon^ lmrethalSowlsdEatf tbe Ingredlinta an d th e m o < e o fpr*pstetl« R .tr \ Hopinghat t yon will tsvorlt wltha trial, tR d - t h r t '/ S s ® njpon Inspection tt win UM0 with yoai -spproba/lggfl with s felling o f profoand c o t l d t n c e , ^ -. i f Ohemlntind D ruggist « | ' ■ ^ '■ \ (From th e l i r g o s t E tnnlR e tailD g W o r i O “ 1 a m sroaaintsd w i t h Hr. H ___ awssWltaBMtoiR'fia M wwwwwsMHi US (lfllUHrljlrE RM0 UUg|gpsg E$B0K0)(iL ^ n l r t o . Ninth a n d % * :|Sit & . - -•w u .'esg r \ ‘ib ^ » W a tar t o w n B a c a l l Prteos n r r t s i . N o u K i r i b 2. FLOUB, V barrel .................... $6 00 # 9 00 MEAL, V hundred lbs ............. 3 15# 3 26 HEAT, V bushel, wring 1150 125 “ Winter 185# 160 BYE, te bushel ......................... 650 O 90 CORN. V bushol ...................... 85«UO BARLEY, * btuhol ................... 0 O 75 OATS, $ bushsL ...................... 550 6< BUCKWHEAT, te buto*!. 1 00 BEANS, f butooL ..................... 1600 3 50 PEAS, YbusbaL ........................ 0 3 50 GRASS SEED, VbuihaL 0 7 00 POTATOEB, te btiahaL .............. 0 76 EGGS, Edo*............................. 0 30 BUTTER, te B> ......................... 0 40 OHEESE, te Ib ......................... 160 18 LARD, te lb .............................. 220 25 TALLOW, te fo ......................... 80 10 MAPLE SUGAR, te fo................ 0 16 HAMS, V fo .......................... 0 ,38 FRESH FISH ........................... 80 ’ 12 SHOULDERS, te fo ................... 100 14 FRESH BEEF, te hun _______ 7000 9 Of) PORK’ te band. ........................ 00030 00 PORK—In hog ...................... 10 TURKIC?................................ 150 16 OHIOKENB., ............................ 130 18 PEAOima, driod, te fo .............. 0 65 BERRIES, dn id, te fo ............... 350 60 APPLES, te bbL ...................... 2 500 S 00 DRIED APPLES, te fo ...... 100 12} PORK in ths hog, te hundred ... 1800020 00 LEMONS, te box. ..................... 01100 SALT, te bbL .................................. 0 3 00 WATEBLTMK, te bbl ............... 0 3 00 HAY.V ton .............................. 32 00025 00 OOAL, te ton ......................... 8 600 9 00 WOOD, te oord, hard. .............. 6 000 7 00 WOOD, te oonLsoft ................. 2 600 8 00 KEROSENE OIL, te gal. 0 40 SOLE LEATHER, te fo .............. 280 83 HARNESS “ V fo...,: .............. 89® 42 UPPEB “ * foot .............. 250 20 HIDES...................................... 50 06 “ MURRAIN ...................... 20 4 VEAL 8KIN8 ............ ....... 8# 12 DEACON “ ............................ 800 100 sto, such tom o f money t s m a y be purposo o f p t y ln g tn d txtln g n U a lsg and general fnnd debt, ror which t h s tolls are pledged, ss provided by soctlons o o t, tw o ta d three ol a rticle seven o f ths Constitution. T h t T r e s ^ nrer ta ssthorised and directed t o leans sad deliver to th e said Com m issioners, as required b y there, r e s it. ' > o f this Stats, having t ifch ttta ran, bearing s i x per cent interest, paysbl* eeml-tnmnuly, fbr snch amount a t shall bt required te n d or coupon bonds y e a n to 1 * U p o n receipt o f ths said bonds, t h s s a u Comnstsslca. s n shall sell the tam e to tho highest bidder, a t s o t leas than par, e ithor by advertising fbr sealed p ropo. sols in th* a t a a l mannox, or a t public anctlost, upon th e notice a s th e sold Commissions!* may d s e m b s tc T h * money thu s o b ta ined la hereby appropriated to nay s n d extinguish th s osnsl an d th* g s n tr a l fond debts, s s thsy m sy e x ist when th is a c t shell beccss* | A A S t a t e tax s h a ll b s tm m slly levied t a d CoUset- ed, sufficient t o nay tb* Interest oo snch m o o e y is s ■hall b s borrowed under this sot, s m L In qflqitloq thereto, to provide for on annual coatrihutlaas SUH- cisn t to c rest* and establish a sinking ftutd, w h ich snail p ay an d discharge, within tigh t*** y t o m , ths principal o f tho dsbt crested t u a t r th a p r s r lstsa o f th l l OOt. Bet, In e*mm th . f AflsXtalw .b l n >lij provide s n d appropriate any moneys from ’R » ~ f tt l lolls o r otherwise to th e paym ent of say portion o f th s tntsrest on such d e b t, or such contribution to th* sinking fond sfbrassld, ths tax hereby d inetodthaU b e entorced only t o t h * s x tm t w h ich mav b a a e c s t - aory tn d sufficient for th s pnipoa* - — B u y % o u r g o o d s a t B o o * B r o t h e r s . T h e y b e s t th e m *11 i n p r io a s , s n f o r t - b a a d in q u a l i t y a n d s t y ls o , a n d m a n u f o e t a r * th e b e s t c l o t h i n g in W a t o r t o w n . o o S l d S w A f p i j h , A f f l r s . — 100 b u s h e ls o h o io t w i n tn r t p p l e s c o m p r i s i n g B a l d w i n s , G r e e n i n g s , B p i t i a n b e r g s , R n a s e t t a , N o r t h e r n \ S p y , A o . / a t N o t t s 's T s a a n d C o f f e e S t o r e , N o . 8 W a s h - in g t o n street. N o w is Hie t i m e to U y in y u n r s u p p l y o f W i n t e r A p p le*, b e f o r e t b o y a r e in j u r e d b y th e fr o s t , s n d w h i l s t h e y a n v a r y c h e a p . o c t 3 9 - d l m B l s o k sn d o o lo r e d B i U a i n g r e s t v s r i s t ^ , s t T e r y d a w n p r ice# s t TTirasm w f t A Y U O s. ' Dssaa and C loai Msxnr*.—Mis* Dating bos returned to Watertown, and restuntd work at Na 65 Woodruff Hoaoa. im W i n s W o n — H a i r J b w b l r t , f t c . — P a x t io - nlsr ntfnnWnn paid tn TTiirTrwing at No. 2 St0llB~Bt ------ -- ------------------- s27dfim IiisxiB MoMgJiAX. U m Pssha All’s Arabian Coffa*. slOdwIm Try th* Groat Arabian Bpicss, in Sitttoy Boxes. ilOdwSm u mrhmmfl Freah arrival ot Roaandal* Cawxct. WiU*r IiBW and Flsater Paris. Just reosiredakoor Ooal Yard and Salt DapoA oeSldwlm M u n r r ft Bo a l t . Nsw Baekwhaat Floor oi KvosUior IGlls Oot. 81d3t Daxraa k. Haaanyx. B*ol Lyon* Block Bilk KtatilU Velvota grnoin* Irish Popllna in ill oolors, Bid* Green, Nsvy Bln*, UhMfont Brown, Fran and blank Englidi iatin* jnrt reootvod st H v m o K A i i n i B i ' . _ .................. 4 . * ’ V - ’ ,-A-J 7 7 s— 3 | A W b en tha sold osnsl s a d sh a ll b a r s been paid, o r fully p g o i _ ■mos o f section one of th is s cu t h e O s n s l _ thw s n p o n t n d t h e n s t t a r b a n th ll power, f r o m time, to time, t o fix , regulate and radsce th t istea o f t s a apou t h r c s n u r c r t h l s Ststs, t o sseh s n a n s r s a d t o snch e x t e n t s * they m s y deem *xp*d)*«t to p r o a o t o th s trade s n d enaimsre* or th* J B s t o , s a d t o prsrsog. th s d lT s r s lo n tb s r a o t And I t t h o i l b s U M d i t y o f t h e 1 sold B o trd to e x t r d t * this ssth s r if r f a t n A w s y s i ' t o seem* t o t h s c t a t l * o f thi* 8tat* t o * ( N s u s t p r s * . tlcahl* s m o n n t of ton a s g * u d trsn s p o r t s t t a x f sad th e Legislature, ln sccordtne* w ith theraquiasasm ts o f e « tio n three of th* ssventh article o f QtoJChSMlw tntloa, declares its conciRsic* in suoh ' and reincttoo s * ths C r n f r Y d s i d m ay dM a s a d v ltel row t tan to tim e, o f the s n thori- b is in tbs exsreiat, from t ■sd ssch s n d every elector ot th is State s h s l l o t , on w h ich shall be — ty hereby v e sted snd ooalbrred. 1 4. T U s a c t s h s l l b a submitted ta th* P s o w t s s t th * n e x t g e n s n l election to behold In t h l s M t o l R N o r ember n s x t . T h s Inspectors o f a M o r n i a t t a difisrant election districts ln th is State, shtll t t ssch poll, on ssid au c tion day, s b o x l s ' torm fbr t h s reception o f th* btlkKSharelni ftsYprassut s a c t to c r s s ts a 8t»t* • r i l f u n d d * ^ \ or “ l ^ K r t l h a a c t t o ^ ^ a a t o e o a c a a lt h a o o n t a a t a a f th* btllots, t s d s h a l l b e tad o n e d “ A o t In relation to th a s t a l l s s d r e n m l fnnd debts.” they are by taw nqoirtd to ’ttavaoa ih* bollott given tor Governor, and thtrenwca shaft sat downln writiiic.ln words st'fall is«gS7th* whoU' nwsilrer o f v ottw gtran Pot the tat to ertstt a 8Ut* debt,” tad thwwhoU nuh*r cfvotM gives >• Amstast thesetloereotesHtstedtbt,\ sad eertiipuid nh- tcrib# the seme tad etas* th* coyies toartof to! made, esrtifitd asd dthrtted t* pratitihillty law respect ofthe eanntss o f vota torsn atm electi fo r Governor. A n d all ths provltloos of lawn l rt! p r isted upon slips in rech n s a b o r a O s s t e ll'b s a a ffi. c l a s t to snppiv tbs dlHerent officsn o f this S t a t e con­ cerned im n o u fy isg oc i n bold isg s isetioas, dr ln c t s - T s s s in g t h e r o t e s , s n d s h a ll t r a *snlt th * w n s t o each ah k s r s . { 7 . B e c t io u fcur, five, six s a d seven of\ t h i s art ■hall t s k s e f ie c t lm m e d lstely; b n t sectiesso n e , two s n d three o f th is s d t s it o S t a h i effiict w t a n r s t t i t e i b t ; 1 h g P e o p ts,*« a * r iih b e * l i H l iii|ia i iL ---------- t — s •“ ^ Itau r iC tfttlivvo M K ftu - ....... ... B a e r e U r je f Matt. tw i _____ I C o a l an*l C e m e n t pHABCOAL By th*Boih*L AttaCf^sod -•■Jtd - ---------------------- g W I N B f i l i l 0 1 AaawloiofB •ate Plsstar.ParisJa.t OMlaadllaitDepot. . -A »*woi j of Horendsl* Oiw«at, irtt«r Lfoe. rad Plsater.PjrtaJat rectlvsd at Xiaosy ft tSuvi CRESCEN T 'M ILLS, WATERTOWN, N. 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