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T H E D A I L Y T IM E S . is. BWS W^KETOWN. NOV. 2, 1870. iU p i w i u i o A N m n t i c k « t . pqwratt.......D taw a r * L . - It. awto-wr.. ..Dtelamemre* Kamfhmemw. _ . a ® i W > '.,...A t a > w . m * w , /teat ten’*....Ahealeaa N « a e » —Long Term. A l n u t e r Barkley-S.Tenm 4tek.m * .JW ...Jeh*r»i*h«ret. . . tte »r<wm»a.....ClH> tern L. M erriam . i *iwreldy,htaH* OUrer C . Wymemm, . ■1 M A t . J a m a a J f k i M B . * „ : - - OOUNTY TICK E T . (hateC b rt.'...jM th M e a n , J r . jM M f h n i k l K . JusUm I f » m ... J e h a Pmrker. Tha large agricultural warehouse and fetter? ofHoegland ft Donghan, at Elgin, n U w h Wera destroyed by fire on the z a o m i n F ^ t h e - S l t t - LM. £20,000 ; In* •uranra £10,000. fit — O ainsitonnl dabt wm reduced to the ^ extent o f five millions one hundred and f tw enty-niu thousand two hundred and alnaty-seven dollara • and r seventy-three- in the pagfc th a t we e a n form «t judgm e n t otmta during the month o f November. 7? ' ............. The Buffalo papers state that another shock of earthquake was felt in that city /o n tbs afternoon ofthe let It waa sharp ;...jbat short.' Doom and* windows were shaken, b[at no damage waa done. . ■ ■ ■ ’. a Official returns ofthe election in Sonth Carolina (how thst the Republican! elected their eandidatee for Oongreaa in all the dis- tricts of the State. Bowen, <white) Re­ publican, is beaten by DeLarge (colored) as representative of the Charleston dis- J . _____________________ W h it th e P eople O we to ik e B a fiM l\ __ e a iE a r t l. While the Tammany Democracy hive becri slaughtering-the State Revenue, in - crcaaing tho expenditures -rightr-aiuH e ftr and p ilihg up (ho debt, whtat has the Re- pnblicanparty boen deing’Tor. the country V For one thing, it has paid off £180,000,000 Of the national debt, thereby reducing th e yearly interest account by nearly £10,000,- 000. For another, i t has reduced the tax­ es by £80,000,000. P o r another, it is run­ ning tbe government more economically than it has been run since Jackson’s day. For another, i t has b rought up the value of the paper dollar from sixty-five cents in gold to ninety. F o r anothof, i t has so improved the public credit,, abroad th a t some o f our bonds, a re now quoted above gold. Intelligent people cannot fail to find in these facta th e weightiest possible a r ­ guments for sustaining tbe Republican Administration. It i s their plain interest to do ao. ThatA d tninistration h as saved them in the last ydar and a h a lf £170,000,- 000. It is only by w h at a p a rty has done speculators, owners ^1 Ring, jfiycL a scoro? W k it t« Ha* Coat T h e peoplo of t h i s Btate are very heav­ ily b u rthencd by o u r Democratic - admin­ istration fo r tho bonofii o f Western grain elovators, the Canal p a . .. or two of Western dociyiiion a n d shippers. T o enrich these i, o ur people paid this year, to be [et by q d irect f a x text year, the follow­ ing Bums; / Loss in to lls...... _____________ £1,500,000 Increase o f repair expenditures. 1,400,000 ' A n d where hitherto there has been a surplus of £8,000,000, there is now no surplus at a ll. T h e consequences will be that, while 000,000 (15(T per cpnt. more than last year) next year t h e tax w ill be a t least £6,000,- 000.— Albany Evening Journal. The v' I .-ft-; i. , -S. 1} is atated that - since the war com­ menced, the Prussians have captured 320,- 000 prisoners. The number taken at Metz alone i* about 150,000, and the spoils cap­ tured include three thousand cannon, and 40,000,000 fr. in funds. France is certain­ ly conqutredTiand the sooner ehe makes peace on the beet attainable terms the better. _ ====_j:=i_ The New 'jfork Herald^speaking o f the heavy regbtry in thaJ/City, says: “This - mpracsdaoted ngirtratioh indicates that ' our voting man tea all alive to the im­ portant* of the tfutstlons at issue, tnd our solid men and Jaw-abiding citizens, feeling Sure o f a fcijrand peaceable election, are deteralnedAo aee What majority they can Caet in £qror of right and law, when un- i by roughs.’’ The Beentaxy of the Treasury has re­ ceived a letter from the First National Bank of Altoona, offering to exchange £110,000 of fire-twenty bonds lor the ease amoant of bonds under the new funding law, though at a lower rate of in- t arret . This in the first offer o f the ldnd which the government has received. The M Y l t o n c j t t r a f f l r t r o f c d F t a b e p x i t ^ ■ market. *The platee for the five per cent*. <however, are prepared. •-**- 1 1 i - ■ ' » ~ , An addtae* to the RepnMteaiu qf JNew .^eric ,ifity haa been Im n a declaring, that '^ o p p o r t u r i ty h u -dome to deal ap ef­ fective blow a t dirt corrupt and opprea- aitfe.rviHiWnatjk» which now miaruiea our Cfty,\ Mffjuging them to rapport Judge -Ledwithdor Mmyor. i r i s signed by Wil liam JL iDodge, Henry Clews, Inac H. i«y, Ii* Grand B. Cannon and many i*r eminent dtixens. It cannot fail to ^have great weight, and to sid reform in tirt State as well ae in the Oity. The recent heavy winds have bee® at­ tended W l t h a great low of property and % < * thaL a k u The schooner Jessie, of P o tt fftenley, want aahore on the north eide of fialmos Point, on the Slit, end Wfll h a a total loea, with all on board.— Tha bark B. W. Head, of St. Catharine, with k cargo o f coal and crew o f elx men, ^ p tiid w r o abdut righted . Erie, Pa., on the ease day. Four of the six mm ware leet The captain of the Shad reports the lose of another veeael •akert distance below Erie. There aro indication* that the tricJte'-oT Tammany are to be extended thpjbghout the State. The New Ycrk iduxnsls in- •iet thst blank neutralisetksfpapen, bear - ing the aeal of the cour^tad the clerk of New Yqrk city,have)(6en eent o u t in large BUmben. The inlsdd Tillages and dtica are thrown open, to repeater* and to frauds, 'o f the regiitry law. Re- i wrill be necemary, t o prevent - The-defisnce o f mtion the metropolis, indicates tbe aete Whicb Tanmtefij Will ymtaralPpnhrof thn State. .It will : be safe fbr republican* to tako any u — * f granted. They must watch '/•wrteypolntj must attend to every detail < ... T h e Yew Uevermereg.-tfftmlr, - f; - ■ - Vinceat Vaughan, the nevtiy appointed Goramof’of Utah in the place ofGovernor Shaffer, deceamd, w u /an officer in the ^ Confederate aervic# i&tii the cloee of Yhe ' war, when he was/selected to fill one of - the minor profeaRrships a t tho-Umvemtv - of Alabama, vmich he held until test spring. In ^Cnaequence of a political dif- Ryland Randolph, editoi out rebel sheet “The Tusca- tor,*1 and—a- -young student th, son of the Federal General ich-boti shot; Vaughan was compelled to leave his home, Us life being publicly threatened Bandolph’a inenda. Hia disabilities i removed by Congress at its Ust see fvtiO BptelHlAa him to accept the sppoint- -•HNtary of the Territory—o f U teh.t'etett© he had been nominated u>d. ntteterti/l by the Senate. He has - beea te Utah b k t a few moothi, and al- ’ thw ^ i S- f«tiem an of education, it irtpifi thafha it entirely too young and, -i'ttexpetimced in public aflain to fill such a p*ifttee,Jrith it* attendant complica- ! ttene em tiu ^ueetion of polygamy, and by a-teiMii|Elej^ch.fcr Brigham Yotmg. as to w h a t it Will do in tho future, financial question is now the groat ques­ tion before th e people. I t will be for years tA come. Let every intelligent vo­ ter candidly compare for himself the rec­ ord of Grant’s Administration at Wash­ ington a n d th a t made by Hoffman's Ad­ ministration a t Albany. After h e 'h a s done that, he will be at no loss to decide which of the two parties deserves h is sup­ port.—Troy Times. m r . S t e a r a a n d t k e M e - U n i o n . The last issue of the regular Democrat­ ic organ in this city, tho Re-Umon, B&ys some very mean things of tbe Republican candidate for County Clerk a n d says them in a very mean way. The editors show, however, a very full acquaintance with the ways o f the tu r f and make all softs o f charges against H r. Btears, wbich we know have no existence outside the sickly imagination o f the political editor o f the aforesaid Democratic traducer. Mr. Steara h a s been in no w ay connected with the Congressional question, now am icably settled, except to use his every ef­ fort to secure the election, o f whomsoever should be designated by the Committee o f reference. He will lose ho friends in any way, n o t even in the Democratic party, and the verdict of the people next Tuesday will show that the people believe in his integrity in all things. Because he is Secretary of tbo 'Watortown River Park Association we do p o t know as that is suf­ ficient reason why the Re-Union should throw mud upon him in such a disgrscoful manner by charging him w ith “making money no m atter how-.’’ Messrs. Phelp*, Bradford, Power*, Brint- nall, W hite tn d othors belong to the same Association, a n d aro good Democrats s s well m good men. Dare the “Ro-Onion mako a similar charge against thom ? and can it procure the approval of e ither one of these gentlemen to any such charge against Mr. Btears! We say it cannot.— Mr. 8toara is neither a gambler, a “ drink ing man” o l a Democrat. W e want every body to understand that, and that overy vote for him is a vote for one ot the bost mon on thb tick e t “ New Y o rk City ia to b e placed a t the mercy of thieves and villains,” is the heading of a leader in th e Albany Argus. We Bhouid say the city b a d been “ a t the mercy of thieves a n d villains” for several years; and that the question with which the people a re concerned j u s t now is wheth­ er t h e State likewise is to be “placed at the mercy” of that sort o f beings. _____ j __ _ _____ -A ------ , ------ Mayor H a il’ makes .fhe mock offer of I MOO for the -convictioii, in the State Court *, of a n y one caught fraudulently register­ ing. Bsh! He kfiows full well that a Tammany m a n c o u ld no more be convict­ ed i n those courta'than the Bing Sing pris­ on c a n be proved’to be filled w ith honest men. District, sihfeofliu fetffuro o f the conven­ tion to nom inate/candidate for C ongress, utmouncesYteatko vvill go “before b is cbri- anri .(present liif? claims for re- election. / (Builneea Notice.) L augh at X hem .—I f you happen to have a narrow ohesct, don’t allow- people fo per­ suade you that, therefore, you are i n immi­ nent peril of consumption. Meet the first symptoms of a cough, a cold, or a bron ohial attack, with/*, few doses ot Bale's Honey o f Horehound pod Tar, a n d yon we as safe from consumption a s if yonr oneat. Was as broad as .... tbo torso of Heroulos. All the complaintathatt he Canal taxaaJM »-yea^£4T-4-l»*d-te-phthisttryli3ld~invariably to this new - aud wonderful remedial agent. Sold by all druggists at 5 0 cents and $1. Great saving by purchasing large size. M 1 K S I E S . KLEIN—SEklNNEB—At th e residenoe of the bride's mother, h r Watertown, Oct. 80, by Rev. J. W_ MoKee, Mr. Charles A . Klein, of Toronto, Ontario, and Mias Emms Skin­ ner. MORGAN— CHURCHILL—At th e resi­ dence of H. O. Churchill, in LeRay, by W. Phelps, Esq., Oot. 25, Hr. Elijah D. Morgan of Theresa, amd Miss Josephine A. OhurchiU, of Central Square, Oswego co. SMITH—8YM0ND8—In Hammond, Oct. 29, by Bev. J. 8. Lee, Mr. Ebenezer D. Smith and Mrs. Joanna P. Symonds, both of Red­ wood SINGLETON—SHANNON—-At th e resi­ dence of the bride's father, i a this city, Nov. V by the Rev- T, B»b«ook, D . D., M r. Wm. Singleton, of this oity, and Mias Martha M. Shannon. General Wilson Shafer, last spring appointed Governor of ITt»u Territory, died on the 81st u lt ., nt S a if Lake City, of consumption. He was boni at Jackson ville, Illinois, entered th6 army a t the first summons o f the P resident in 1861, served during the entire struggle on the staff of Gen. Butler, achieving; marked distinction during that Genoral’s numerous campaigns. His funeral was attended a t Salt Lake City on Monday, and tb e highest respect was shown his memofy. The procession which followed h is remains was large and very imposing, Brigham Young’s -carriage with five apostles, t h e entire federal mili­ tary, masonic fraternity, members of the church, the Mormon high council, and large company of d t i u n s turned out. The Utica Herald entered yestordayup- on its 24th year. In an anniversary cdi tonal, Mr. Roberts says of h is p a p t r : Its early years were a period Af strui erio. Unwearying labor, persistent watcl folneM and lavish erpenditur*' have bet uostintingly devoted to iti, I t has had tb e privilege o f doing what service was w ithin its a b ility fbr t h e abolition of sla­ very. It stood by tho Union, and tried to hold np the hands of tne army and the f vernment, in the dark daya o f the war. sustained the administration in raising men and money, and p u never doubted th e national resource*, bat insisted always th a t the public credit must b e maintained to-the-uttermoeti—It b s s been permitted to rejoice over the triumph o f the arms of th e republic, a n d the approaching com- S letion of reconstruction. In that con- ict it fought the fight of free and elevated labor, and now steadily continues the same good figbti What he sa^s of Its earlier year* being a period of sirnggle, o f unwearying labor, peraisteat watchfulness and lavish expen­ diture, we itan fully appreciate; for if it required these in the center o f the State, where a etch and dense population aur- roundedj him, w ith extraordinary mail fa­ cilities in every direction, and telegraph­ ing under associated interests, bow much more do troubles thicken in Bm&Iler places, and leas wealth, and mail facilities, amd an independent D e c e p t i o n o f t l i e V r e n e b L e n d e r s . T h e Independence Beige o f Brussels, de­ rives from an officer who escaped from Metz, and from the Moselle Independence, published a t Metz, at the time of the en try o f Germm troops, the fact that the Fronch leaders deceivod the army, by promises to cut their way o u t Theso promises w ere solemnly repeated, even whilo negotiations for the surrender were pending. The Independence Belt says G-ambetta was unquestionably rig in charging Bazaine witb high treason.- The population of Mots were unanimous in denouncing Bazaine as a traitor. At Tours, the news of tho capitnlation fell upon Government and people like a thunderbolt, so strong h a d been official assurances o f ita safety. Some journals, however, and notably, the Constitutional® BYancaise and Gazette de Franco, demand suspension of judg­ ment, and depfec&te tha strong language of Gambetta's proclamation condemning Bazaine. TheTatter journal suggests a council of war t o investigate t h e matter, in order to give tho Marshal a. fair opportunity make his defence. The government Tours ia in receipt o f soveral memorials numerously Bigned is adjacent depart­ ments, urging tee prosecution of the war to the bitter end, a n d donouncing Baziiine for liis treasonable surrender of the strong­ est fortification of t b e nation. Bazaine and suite reached Casscl on Monday. SHERRY’S N E W YORK T E E A T R E U S D , SLATER—Noar Brownville, Oot. 27, Hiram Slater, ag ed 4 7 yeara. Thus passed away a Christian. His funeral -was attended by a large cort- ooutso ol friends, at East Honnafield, Octo­ ber 31. FORSYTHE—At Cape Vincent, Oct. 25, of congestion o f the brain, Baanuel Forsythe, aged 97 yean 2 months and 1 3 days. New Advertisem e n ts. J J A I R t H A IR I H A IR ! 1 T O T B B LADZBII We would announce that X n Parriah, (ormerlj wtth. Hra. XamSeli, li now wttli)lra.}[. A. Hsfkaa, No. 4 Arcade, n d ls prepared to do tha vwry heat work ln Hair Jewelry, Bwltchei, Curli, Chlfnona, Wlga, Ac. DeeeM lle H a ir P w r d u a d . sort dip. IS. X . HUGHES. 0O V B R B D eS M R U G l F o r S a l e C h e a p . A n iceca r r t a s o wilh s e n a t o r a i r persona, B U IL T B Y W ILSO N , o( t h is city, for tho U n ited 8 U tea Government. A T A C O S T O F S>2 6 0 . 0 0 , and w a . formerly osod b v the otRcara o f K a d ln n B a r r a c k i. l t )■ t a good r a n n io r o r d e r , l t d h u r l d a and end cortatni which r o l l op, n a k t a f ll a n laa airy carriage lor n u u n i t u a , a a d , r h e a cloM d . a o n e and w a r m c a r r t i g c for cold weather-. U la bu ilt n r strong in * r In the b e a t m anner, and la especially adtpdad to t h a r o a d iln tb lartcialty. h b e seen at N o . 31 S t o n e i tract. Amusements. y x i H n m n w HALL. I p T H R L A B IR * . , ------- NEW MILLINERY GOODS. AtMn. A. K 8ASLB, Mo. IS AltaAl, over Ar- dtdaentranoa • msadly can t line of telegraph to support I We can be- liev^ sll Mr. Roberts says in thi* behalf, and rejoice w ith him t h a t he is fairly be- ytrfid them, i f we ar« n<5t w _____________________________ _ H e w F r e e i l n K n a e U a e . F. Mulhausen, civil engineer of Bruns­ wick, has invented, according to the Brit­ ish Medical Journal, a new freezing and ventilating machine o f remarkable inge­ nuity. The cold is produced by tho me­ chanical expansion of atmospheric air. It produces, when in operation, any de­ tired degree of cold, freezes water with­ out the use of any chemic&i agents, and will effectually cool and ventilate any apartment or building, on whatever scalo, large or small. - In hospitals, especially in tropical climates, where the productions of fice and the cooling of air are often matters o f great urgency, and always of great value, in theatres and workshops, and-in o u r new Indian barracks, such a machine will be of infinite value, Ths London theatres can hardly afford to bo w ithout it. The labor of one man, with a izbal! 5-horse m otor power machine, will P roduce 1001b o f ice a n hour, and cool 5,000 cubic feet of air from 80 deg. to 50 deg. Reaumur.—n o ttf B . M. J. O n the 1st inst. two magazines contain­ in g 150,00(1 pounds of uitro-glycorine, ex- § lodcd a t Fairport, near PainesviUe, Ohio, 'oor persons were blown to atoms,'viz: Patrick Scribner, two persons b y the name o f Malone, father a n sou, and Ed. Duncan. T h e buildings on th e text ride o f the river were greatly damaged, The shock from tt e explosion w u J o t f o r miles. — Senator F £ ton and C. M. .Depew ad- dreesed a larjfe and enthusiastic meeting Of RepublicAna s t Jamestown. Chautauqua county Monday night. —Three hundred feet of tho bed of the Portland and Ogdensburg Railroad, across Otter Crook, in Standisb, settled ten feet at tho tame of the recent earthquake. It seems from this that the said esrthqnake waa a reg­ ular “ old settler.\ —A Wisconsin man, goiog to Miiwaukoo on business, was entrusted with a commission to pnrchaso musical instruments for a Sun­ day school. H e brought back six fifes and a braes drum. P R I C E $ 7 5 . 0 0 , OXAM UlU *T. O H X m r X , NO. 9 W A S m N OTO N ILALL BZ0C & -WSaihbgton Straet, h H O F F ’ S . EXTRAc t ' READ THB ©PINIDNB O? PHYSICIANS Hofi*© H a lt S i l r a e t tPtaioMli; « Til- aifcj© Ol«tio Htfcnttadftplid t o tmam .t la an enfeebled conPHtrtlon, or w b o ia fio r unuur d e p rcw - lo g maUdle© • T o Fem a les »ffc»T coafln* m o t. ©nd w h o t n de­ bilitated by N a r d s g tbe Inffcot or t s w h o a th e U c - teal Secretion* i r e tcintr, t i i l i Z x t r a c l l i t o b e pir- ticu e r 'y teco mm raided 1 0 J o H a N J N B O F F ,B S Q ,B I R I * I N : \I co n c o r - fldeatly a s i e r t t h o i l b c v e r firo o b ta t o e d e a c h n t - isi»cu.rv reaolti ta from t b e employment o f yoar E x t r a c t d n d lio r d e n o f i h e Ldogm ©ndln Pthiel*. 1 turn otjficnfd. mm t conectmuoa© pncU - P r o p r ietor t f M a n a g e r : M b . J a s V S b e r r y . Stage M a n a g e r : M R . 8. K. C h e s t e r . L e a d e r e f B a n d : M r . F r a n k M o n t e o e d . L e a d e r o f O r e h e e tra : P b o f . Z x m m k r m a n . SIXTH ANHUAL TOUR. For a Few Nights Only ! Look at thi© Great Company: Mtes Virginia Howard, The accom p lished a n d celebrated V e r e a tile A c ­ tress and Tragedienne , uL e a d / i n g - ^ l a d f f >' f r o m the N e w Y o r k T h e a tre. M rs. T, A. C ress, Juvenile Lady from the Arch S t. Theatre Philadelphia. Mibb D o llie P ik e , “Soubrettefrom the Boston Theatre. M r s . S . A. B a k e r , “ 1st Old the Chestnut St, Theatre, Philadelphia. Miss A n n i e M o n t f o r d , Prom the Boeton Theatres. » Miss J u l i a M a n n i n g , From the Nmi York Theatres. Mr. S.K, Chester, Leading Man, from the New York Theatre. Mr. Jas, F. Sherry. “Leading . Man,\ from the N m YorkJPheatre. M b . J . W . C a r n k b , From the the Neto York Theatre, First Low Comedian. .. Mu. T . T. E a i n e y , From the Ncu> York Theatres, Second Comedian. Mu. T . A. C r e e s e , From the Arch S t. The­ atre, Philadelphia, Light Commedian. Mu. M . J. J o r d a n , From the New, York Theatres, Heavy and Character Actor. M u . J . D . G - e r h o n , From the New York Theatre, “ l i t Old^Van.\ M r . F r a n k G . C o t t e r , From the Walnut St. Theatre, Philadelphia, Juvenile. M r . J . C , W illiams , Mb. J . B. B a r k e r , Utility. Mu. F r a n k M o n t f o d , Leader of Brass Band. P r o f . C . A . Z i m m e r m a n , Leader o f Or­ chestra. M r . W . A. O u g h t o n . T. D e w i t t . L . A . D e w i t t . C . C . L a v . J u l i u s M a u t z . H. H. R e d m o n d . J . H. D a v t b . F . S i d n e y . Tke m a n e g e r b e g e laaveto announce to th e clt 1 com o f W a tertow n u d vicinity tb a t be w i l l open at tb a ebov* nam ed hall for a eboit mmob with a c o a p a a v of 3 4 F I R S T C L A S S A R T I S T S , ■elected from t h e Prtnclpel theatres o f N e w Tork, Breton * Philadelphia, together w l t b a S w l o n d l a B r a s a B a n d a n d mm D e e g e a l r t O a r c h a a - i r a , m a k in g t h e B e a t a* weU a t tb e G r e a t u t Com bination oT D n u n a tle end M o jlcal t a lia n t trav­ eling, a i w a u a e a e l M K n e n a a v E v e n l a a , N o v e m b e r 7 t h , 1 8 7 0 1 On w h ich o c c t il o n will b e produced, for i b e Iret tim e ln W a tertown, the new end m o e t •occeafal Sensational Drama* In 5 a c teand tablamnx, w h tcb had each an t a m e m i r in at the Q u e e n 's T h eatre, London. W a U tek'i Theatre. New V o r k , tnd all tht-prlnclpal theatres in t i t l e end the old c o u n try, entitled the LANCASHIRE LASS! Original B n e l c ; New S c e n e r y ; BlarU lng M e c h lnl- cal e l e c t a , tnd a n Immense cast o f c h a r a d e s : HISS V I R G I N I A H u W A R D , a t R a t h K i r b y , tht ten c a e h lre Late. HR. S . K . C H E S T E R , u a p arty b y the namo of Johnson. (Brelnoea Notice.) A B e d v a m i M i l l D i s e a s e d . Suoh in dyspepsia. Tho ertomaoh u d ths brain are too intimately allied for the one to suffor without the other, bo that dyspepsia and despondency eye inseparable. It may be added, too, that irritation of tho stomach is almost iiiviriably aocompuiied by irritation of the temper. The invigorating axxd tnmqgiiizing opera­ tion of Hostetter’s B itten is most powerfully developed in cases of indigestion. The first effect o f this Rgretable tonic is comforting and encouraging. A mild glow pervades the system, th e chronic measinees in the region o f the stomach is lessened, and the nervous rottieasness which chaxacterizee the disease is abated. This improvement is not traxxsient. It is n o t succeeded by the re-, -turn o f the Old symptoms with snperadded foroe, aa is always the caso whan unmedica- ted stimulants are given for the complaint Each dose seems to impart a permanent ac- oeeakm of healthful isvigomtron. But this ia not aLL The aperient and emtxbilious prop­ erties o f the preparation ve scarce secondary in importance io ita tonic virtues. If there is an overflow of bile the Secretion is soon brought within proper limits, and if the bi- lery organ ie inert and torpid it is toned and regulated. The effect upon the discharging organs is equslly salutary, and j in rases ol constipation the cathartic sctum is just suf­ ficient to produce the deeired result gradually and without pain. The hitters also produce healthy evaporations from the surface which is particularly desirable st this season, when sudden spells o f raw, unpleasant weather are apt to qhook the natural perspiration, and produce congestion of the liver, coughs, and colds.- Tho best-safeguard against all dis­ eases is bodily ^vigor, a n d lE isthe great Veg­ etable Restorative essentially promotes. [B u e ln e is Notloe ] No H t W B u a o m o 1 So C h e a t i n g 11— A pint bottle full o f Dr. Sag e's Catarrh Remedy is prepared from one fifty oent package, and the proprietor offers £ 5 0 0 reward for a rase of Catarrh which he cannot cure. Sold by druggists, or wend sixty cents to Dr. B.-V. Fierce, 133 Senses ttr&et, Buffalo, N. Y., uud receive i t by madL A pamphlet free. Be­ ware of counterfeits ana worthless imitations. The Genuine h as, upon the outside wrapper, Dr. Fierce's private Government Stamp with his portrait, name and address, amd the words “ U. S. Certificate of Genuineness\ engraved npon iti k only the very essence of mtrinaio merit. which wa know t o belong to the recent Med­ icinal Discovery that indoore oa to Hep aside from our regular oonnteand make_mention of the fact without remuneration, we therefore tell you th a t this peculiar combination of In-' dian Vegetable Bemedy Madfofriet, known as the Great ShoahoneesRem«d]f, in merit stands nnequalted In th e world to-dty. /< 545 Hehen Hark U V lu m a _ BOLD B T A L L DHUGQJST8 A M D G R0CRB8. T a r r a n t 4c C o . , I f l x m e a w l e a a u , N . I . Sole A a e o ta [or Uraittd S takes, eto. H a t s & Caps. j j s i e a A N . No. 6 W oodruff House, I S A N C J F A O T U S E B , WHOLESALE ft RETAIL DEALER IN L A D I E S ’ S C E N T S ' F U R S Wa are now prep*»re4 to o S t t to pabltc ooa of tho larcest aod m o s t S E L E C T A S « 4 > K T f t £ E N T O F F U R S , to bo found rn W c s sem N e w York, ©nd win ©ell it S m a l l wf d v a n o B F r o m C o * t . T h & j coniUl ol t2ic following irtte l u i for Ladles wear, is OollaTB. Bug*«niei, Talnaas, Bate'f, B u f i I t c . K in k , flrm in*. Beal Backs, ffi-tcb,Awtrachmn, l l b e r i i n B q n irrel. S a a fcrat. Cpnay. Q e n ta O ttar a n d B e a v irO a p i , tflovaa and O o ltarti a L a rge Va­ rie t y o f W o lf , S tar-, Oooa and - o th e r T e n c y S o b e i . BUFFALO ROBES BY THE BALE. L A M B S ’ A N D GKNT” 8 . Furs Altared and Rc paired, Laiies SEAL &STSACflAN1CIS A S HADEoKDEB. t O S B I P P I V C . F U R 7 B O U G H T . N o ]V t o n C . B A I T L A K E . H . S I O r t l A N . (037) For Sale. . ts good ts new . In perfect ord e r , f o r i cheap. IN GALL8, BROCK W A Y A 8JUNNJ5B, D*iljr T im e t O fflce. F OIK S A L E —A Slock o i Drr( aud such goods at aro asoailji kept ln a Km Drf-Goodi, uroceriei claeo Uonntry Store. (United ia A p l e a a u t - v i l l . o e en d (arroandod by a goo d ferm lh g to a iitrj.ln Jeffer- eo s connty, to c o lh t r with l e a * of store, flxtu r o i, f0tB ltarc,A c --------------------- Z Z Z ------------------------- tt- Batiofactory r e u o z u giron f o r M lllng. Addreaa, BBHCBAM7, Keform cr a u d T im e t Offlce, rcp!6dw tf . W atertown N . Y . j j o u i e f U k s t u , Being detiroa* oi golnK Weit, I now o f f e r mr houso and ie t for u l e on B a k e r itreot. near Sherman .etreot, T h e homo ta tn G O O D Ii RTF AIR, a good bam , plenty, o f W a ter, both b a r d i r d eon, SO bear­ in g trait trees. P T T e r m s , oaejr, O c t 24.dtl Enquire of 0. W . BD! T B R P I K L D . ^ A T E B P O W E R F o w S a l e ? . Tho lota lying etatatly (rom Kno'vltcn Brother!' Taper MUI oo North aide oi factory strut, are of tarred lor eale oa toraat to m lt Pnrobasen. LONG depot* ol'the Watertown * kod * R . R. ute tb* Gsrtbtge Watertown and Bacluta Birbor R.R. Co*’, th is property la rsrutersd p trB c n lu ly tinlnbla for manniactnrlng porpoaei. For price* and ternaa Apply t o me ty letter ar oth erwise, at Albany, N. T. . J-B , ------ irwiae, at Octabwth,a / 1 M illinery. j y ^ B 8 . H , K . B O W , 8 A r c a d e , H a a j a t t retnraad f t o m N e w Y o r k , w ith a a p len d id •'fo r t m e n t pf n i U i n e r r ta d F a n c y G o o d s, com- prtaln g a ll th * veqr U tM t . a tyle* or Hat*. Bonnet*. Ribbon*. Sathei, A c . A l s o , lad les’ F a r n l s t i n c Good* In g r e t t v s r letle* u d oi choice qnsllty only. S b e dM lrre to c a l l especial atten t ion to h t r e x - te-ialro a ssortm ent otlltalahilIm itation Ilatr. 8pe- c a l ittah U o a will b e paid t o a u »tyle» o i H a ir Dre*. •in * . All order* w i l l receive im m e d iate attention, ja jlifa c t lo n 1* nnnranteed. Frinea mnch lo v i r a t i n y other p la c e ln t h e city. Ladlea pleaao call a n d exam in e o n r g o o d a b* M R S . H . B . B O W , N d . 8 A rcade. fore purchasing, ocltdly Fall and Winter Fashions. NO. 4, PADDOCKS ARCADE. K S > , X . A . H C G H B I b a v in t b e e n ln -h©-01ty lonser-than- Turailt feelt prepared to offer THE BEST SELECTED-STOCK O P M 1 L 1 J IT O R Y G O ODS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ty Bonnets, Hats Ribbons, Ffowers Feathers, Plumes, &c. HR J . W . Caxncr, aa Spotty (» w a ll and * stray), tb * lim ited ita y o f tol* greet Com p a n y will -n e e d w m e c f th e latest sensatlonil drama*, th a t great cere a n d attention w h ich haa made thn Com p any lam o tu In all tn* principal d t l . i of New Y o r k tnd Penaylvanl*. P r l o e * o r A d m l s a l o n . D a n a C i m c n .......................................................... 5 0 Ore. O n c a u n a .................................................. S O Cta. P A a q u m r r i ......................................... n n era. • W a m a y b * aecored, wlthont extra charge, thr** day. l a advance o n a r lea T . Green’* M u l e Store. D c a tio g e n i t 7 o ’clock. Perfom ia n c . conunwnco i t Dull S C JO H N M , S H E R R Y , A « ent. ^ A S H I R G I O I I B A L L , THREE NIGHTS ONLY. COMMlffiOlNG T h u rsday, N o v e m b e r 3. FIFTH ANNUAX j TOUR OF THE Amy Stone Sensation Troupe, W I T H T H E E X C E L S IO R Cornet Band and Orchestra- tinder th e Leadership ot Professor H. F ilei 2 2 TALENTED ARTISTES, After s s ftbsiocoof F O U B Y E A R S , during w h ch tim e fhe baa vfrlted Ohis©* Jap taT-AaBtndik, Basel be en tire W e s t Thi w lch Islands, CffllfornU an d 1 Cetobratod Be>et©tion S tar. S T O N E , w ill appear ln o u r m ldtt. In tn en tire naw ro l e of character*, u d w ith a K a laty of talen t clustered aroecd h e r . noeqnatled b y anyG o m p a n y now triTel- tn r . T h e m ret pm m lnent o< w h ich aru tbe Popular C n rn s e d tan a E . Mt. I S A R S T O l f mad X X . p . 8 T 0 N B - u d —Gallfbm lr- star. H r . J A N I E S H A H K iaO N . ..................... gramme* o i the. A D M I S S I O N , ...................................................85 Cent* B 1 8 I R V E D S E A T S , - - - M CdiiU. Bew rvod Seats m i y be bad et the M a d e S to r e of P e rry k W a terto w n Door* o p e n at 7 o'clock. Cnrtaln r it e * at 8. o27d7t T H O S . W. B R O W N , igem t. For F u r t h e r partlnalar* l e e Fro- p R E P A B E H O B W I 8 T I R I T O w e a t h e r s t r ip s , IS le by .................. Ster&itg’: a n d M o s h e r . 'p ’OB LOCAL COVNTY N E teE, Be* t b e YOftK VWEKLY REfifOBMER. J * & P . C O A T S * s b w « K . o o a » — 18 N O W THE O N L Y From No. 8 to Ho. lop ixtcinai^e. F O R H A N D & ^ O E C O w T ^ ^ l l H S t i mU approved ioim*. ^ S S S S t T t i S S S S t S S S L HEALTH Am jCPhPffi Particular a ttention ia Invited t o o u Yelvets^-SatiBs & Silks. w i l l flnd t t to tb o lr .advantage to g iv e us a c a l Pattern Bonnets & Plaster Blocks. Hat*, an d t lu l l lino o f 1 ■ w itch**, W a te r f a l ls, B e a l H a ir Cwrl* (Beautiei) u d the largest a s a o r t m u t o f la p h yT~ W o r s tad P a t t e r n * , Slipper P a t t a m a , B a l l marked O a n v a a B e . E M B R O I D E R Y S T A M P I N G D O N E npon th* shortest n o t ice, a n d a ll ord e rs prom p tly executed. H E . A . H V O B I I . a r u r a n d t a h o y D r y G o o d s , A T WHOLESALE AND R E T A I L ! ! 5 W ashlmffton B a l l B l o c k . The l a i g e i t aieortm e n t o i H A T 8 . B O N T I E T S . R I B B O N S . F L O W E R S , F E A T R E B S , A N D L A C E S In tb* C ltv . A N I C E A S S O B r M R N T O F CH IG N O N S A B D eW I T O H B S .. H A L F A T O N OF W O R S T E D S ON H AN D A N D F O d H AL S H A R R I S ’ 8 E A M L K - S K i l l G L O V E S IN B L C 1 , G R E E N . AN D O T H E R C O L O R S . A GOOD H O O P S K I R T FO R 60c. A G O OD 8HTKL- D I D C O R B E T 75c. A F E W T A N T f lR DC P A R I S . ALSO L A D I E S ' A N D C H I L D B E R ’8 ON «ER V R 9 T 8 , A n D CH IL - D R I N '8 U N IO N D R E S S E S . HOSIERY, GLOVES, ra URIAH, Ae. SHETLAND & BERLIN YARN; THREAD, SILK, r i _____________ 'Sdkc. Dress Makers S&P£#ed W ith M RS. B R IG G S ', HKS. F E B Q t i B f r l 'S , or the E U R S K A . DRESS hi E T HODB. ~ OcWdw D. B. 8ANFORD & CO. Financial. T H E 8 T H O I Y G K 8 T A N D B E S T H E c o r e d w a w e l l a a I h e a i o e t p r o f l a a t . a h l * l n v e a m e a a t n o w I n i h . m a r k e t 7 PER CENT. GOLD. FIRST MORTGAGE BONDS. COUPON OE REGISTERED AND Principal & Interest Payable in tiold, 1880 RD BY T H E Burlington, Cedar Ra*p~ ids and Minnesota Railroad Go. T h e em ail rem a ining baalance o f the-Loan for r a l e a t N I N E T Y ’ A N D A C C R U E D I I I T B R E F F IN D D B R K N C Y . Interest p a y a b l e May a n d November. ID G A R TN 0 M P 8 O N , I ___________.C H A R L E S i Z m o s T , }-7 r u 't C « t t T h e bond* e re lreued e t (10,000 per m ile against t h a p o r tio n only o f tbo line fu lly com p leted and eq u ip ­ ped. The greairT it: uf th e road la already ln operation an d t h e p r e .en t e s m lu g a are la r s o iy In oxcere o f t h e o p e r d ln / e ip e n ie p »od_ lntaroatuon tiio-bondi. T h e lu c e o i the w o r k flpcetearv t o establish tbrontrh ' iln v the d iettn c e b e - . m ile*, u d 00 mil** t o M in g , in tim e fnr th e l t is cltim a tod, w i l l ie road. th i s road, running m o s t t h ick ly retried , Stale o f I o w a , t o - condltton u d la r g e Ingly recom m end- : every reapeet, a n laptlty o f tn* Iren e tha en terpilre le mediate a d - ked-for. connection!, there) tween St. Ftul and S t . U n t il, la rap! coming grain era; double the preeeut, The e s tablished < f t doe* through the an d richest portion (e t h e r w ith its prater ea r n in g * w a rrant na 1 t o g these bonds to ln: nndonb dnlyV e H B n L ________ completed, which wlllbe van co av*rsubscription i The bond* have t tho option of tb* hoi arnj if f l T imii m V A h n t ' 1 J a p u T in O a m * . Btrrel*, H a l f R ^ u ^ ^ M h W H I G I H T O I L L X S I S t b m m S L 3 .M M I S , a n W M i ^ n S25lmn3[l^y SrtJaroitaeaffirmffl8 r “ (lnclo«lnE (lamp) U.B.WALgai^ffg^j}*** T h e E a s t P a p e r A N D T l B e s t In d u c s m e iitsli The T h i r t e e n N n w i h e r e oi th u i E E f i to ill who i i t e * . — _ r th* n e x t year’i ! l l y - t a i » (Oct. to J a n ) u u t F E E S t o i T w h o 2 S J ! K f \ 1 fore Dae. 15,1870. for t * * r,^rt , J[^(dl(e R , b e r s o i THE OBKAT ILLDSTHATUk Rural and Family Weeilj- Tn* F a a p n * Niwarapaa,row la in ai(M a n r S ’U 's rf c ilB r s s a B S s r a s j s . a r j s R a a S and Country, Bnperbly ufnatritra aadbrSSgS anqaretloaubly, tht B e s t American WDeklr It li the s t a n d a r d AmthorttynhBWcA'VI ee ol AeaichiArmra. lioBTiounrijax L it e r a r y u f l Fam ily Pawerltlraln ta many cnth* l>e,i unn.iei iu om tte L Canada A c , Indeed. Monna’s BuaoL Aar ea in its Bpberi ,,aad if lho Lmrgeet lUareSS* JeeraraJon th e Couilnd t —uch euken^k- log S i x t e e n Elve-Coluiaa FuraMh th e Bta* o r meat paptf* oi i t * cltee). Tmtaasi ladeeeeunsa,*,1 TERMS.—|g a Year of 52 ommim, MS dr $» (Bin Clula of 1 eo. Thl* Qutrtn'iillteS rent F B I 1 to all itmicrtblnr ror lmvewSu ’ IA Ow Club Indncomouu for 1671 m tekA Lflranl ever offered, rpeeim e n a Prem teitkk ' Ac., rent fkoo to all fonnlug Club*,—ud s i m t , live Club Agent in every Town. Addran _ D . D. T . HOOEB, 41 P a r i s B o r e r , 1,1. H E A L T H . H A P P I H U L H o w to L e obtained for F l v * D a l i a n 3 IM t- . tions, Farm, Villa Bite* and Town Lola, g t h i G reat F m a ln m Land Bair, Alktn, S . 0. D w l e x laecao f t h a t o a t h . <8 hoar* trom N . Y. O u a d . delightful zllm a te ln the World. rm J n i lk( : rigor* o T S B ih e r a winter*, a x t a p t D geSbralD h - •were. aVjmeyur.i* and orchard,In tnd h a r tit, t a d e e e r ip llfrp a m p h le t , tddreaf, w ith uim o , J. c, D K R ffT , A u g u s t a . Ol. A G E K Y l W A N T K D . - | ( 0 * V K k t t l l l f a m a d e h y C a n v u e ln g f o r “ Tlie History ofthe Great Bepulilio’1 Considered b o o a Obrlstlu atandpolzrt araxv. jreeix t . rcs . L a r g * o c tavo, ip le n d lliy llln itn tid a z d l s t i v Mad. : L iberal D iscount t o Agent*. Bad fo r 7Viww,i W. O. P a u m u , J * . , P u b llB h e r.lilM lt nouoe.ll. T A G E N T S W A N T E D b y It* H l U e J F r e - x i . l e c l i a n L i f e A * s n r a m c * S w e l*iyc< H ( w Y o r k C l a y In every county lnthe Bute o)|es Y o r k ; also lo e o m o other h tata. Apply byM lw, _ d a t in g age. prorent iccupatlon, living m end**. 1 u d how mnch tlm o u u i be dorotod-to thebteiraa i-S W . B . L O U N S f l V B Y , I U U ( i r , IM B r o a d w a y , N e w Y q r k . __ H O T E L H A V A N A LOTTKET. Prize* cu h c d aod Information fnmlihedhyWL UPH AM , P roriden c e , E I. A one dreat f f l Y S T E R Y H O L V K D . —Flflccn E h k A CARD. A ClerRy™«» w h ile rM ltioR lo SonUi 4 miafloiiiry, olffcoTcrod » tafu ltd ilapiwjwy io i tfo C a r © of N « y o o » Weaknc D i*© u ca o r th e U r im r y t t d B c a i n i i u r p M - . wboto t rain of fllsorter* b roc ght on b? bu©wl<a« ; Tiadooa bablW. Greatnam b fffg hawe w ^ c a jw g ; thi© noble rcn o d y . Prompted bya d o i l r i t o W ^ v j (ho affilctad aod nnfortanue* I will ©and t t e ffR f|l lar ureu a r ln s tn d m l c p thl© nudiCinA it © .!©• m A C E N T S W A N T E D — ( f t * A M 0 I I * J i? r .; the Am oilimn . Enltting S « h i n a 0o,. Maaa. dr St. L e n a M o. wsssjsaffJBffi’asgrs C H IN S . H a l the GN D S B -FEED , axahk tk*W J -- ■b ftC U lW i 9Q a # * W H r <:,lltuVw: TL|4 ti! Boston, Haa*., Plttahurg, P A , C h lca * 0 iJ % ,tS ’,; Louis, Mo. - year* tb r n n ,' I r a co n v a n ih fe Jlder Into sto c k of t h a compa­ n y *t per, u d th e paym ent o f t h e p r l n c i p a l It p r o ­ vid e d fb r by a alnalog fund. T h e convartabu ity p r lvU e v e a tttehed to thee* bonde c u n o t f a l l to c o m ­ m a n d a m a s k s t price c o t u ld e r ib ly ab o v e pari H .B r T i v e t w e n i l i i , a t pveicnt prices return o n ly 4R p e r c e n t eaneney interest w h l l* these bonds pay t k . ce n t . ,an d wo recard them to b e as s i t e asd iu ify a q a a l t o a n y r a i l r u d bond li n e d ;; u d nntll th e y o r a clacad u o o n th o Ne w Y o c k S t o e k l i c h a n g e , t h e rn lea o f wbich reqolro i h e road t o be .com p leted, w e reobU g o t* onrselve* to r e -b n y a t a a y tim e o f th e s e bond* s o ld by n a s t i e r t h is date a t tba M a e prica a a rea lised bv ui o n thejr * * 1*. _______ _ title * taken tn paym ent o e o ircas chargof. A ll m * rkm » b te8 o f comualulon a n d a LEWS & CO. all St., N.Yv ■ FUR S A L E B Y A . L L T H E B A N K S O P W A T E R T O W N A N D V I C I N I T Y . W h a re pam p h lets and t u f a r m ilto o jn v y He a b t a l u d . ________ ooi.M -deoJ-w Im n r W V W A N T T O S E N ® Y O U M Friend 1 all t k a Local N e w i, S e n d Iks N e w Y o r k W r e k ly Radomac p O O K B e V A L E N T I N E A C O . , “ 824 BROADWAY, N . Y: Berlin ZephyreGennantown WOBST1D IKABOIDVBUS, W0lB»S ' J a v a O anvm s, O r o c h o t a n d T id y N e o d laM BOIJI iOSKT* rot \Salmon TieH6id, AlpacaN^B lod (ID W arrantaA. • Stack, colored and J i r i d Alpaca Brett*., Collars and Cuffs, Baffinas, Cored*, — — BmsXei, Soap4rFsrfiamrY,d^i ethU a w S m p R E S E B V E Y O U R C I D E M - — fcclptllo of Ltoehu bocn toated F O R S R V M R ^ M s M P l * - - Anil p f o v e i i f f iciual i n hooping cld«r¥WM’-. F |)y UAMft r h f r l N O E S I Q U I N C E S L i f t t U N O * * ! ! . 1 . B y t h o B a r r e l , B r ia h e l or D o z e n I / ; , At the ,f-T - Tea, Grocery ft Fruit iwpi G P - - ’ ” p o f l l AMD S E E T H I L A R G B 8 T A N D BE S T ASSORTMENT GPPOCKi a w l Raaacm, i « • » * “ - I k* tfe

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