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T m JXElEtMJLlk3LJEm,^3!f, Y . WEDNESDAY. MAY 8 . |S 7 7 . TH E ELECT OE T H E PEO P L E . President, dejure, * SA.M XJJO IL. J . Yice-President, dejure., T H O M A S A , H E J S D J R lC K S . . rrhe A p p o intees o f t h e R etncnlsK B o n r d . Pretender President—RutUerferd B. Eftrei.. Pretender Vice-President—William A, Wheeler. IS i ^ l L t e o u s J u d g m e n t , Bread of deceit is sweet to » man.! hut after­ ward his month shall bo filled with srarel.— [PrOT..XX.,lT, An inheritance may be gotten hastily a t beginning: but the end thereof shall not blessed.—[Prey., xx., 21. The robbery o fthe wicked shall d e s tr ^ them ; because they refuse to do judgment.—[ProT« Whoso is a p artner with a thief h a teth his own sonl: he heareth cursing and bewrayeth i t not.— [Pyoy., XXIX.. 24. The honse of thi [Prov,. xiv.. 11. W m i e r o m D . • E e c retery T i i o a |^ o n , o f M r. H a y e s ’ cabinet, h a s declared th a t t h a tim es are r i g h t for m r^constractioB o f par> tiei^ his favorite plan l ^ i n g ttj clothe th e B epublicaB p a r ty i p th e m a n tle o f the old W h i g p a r ty w ith a protec­ tive t a r i f f in tern a l ioaprovem ents a n d a slightly Inflated cnrrm icy, to m eet th e views o f th e old W h ig s o f the South. B u t it strik e s us M r. Thom p son, an d th e r«stirrectionl8ts o f th e old W h ig p a r ty , forget t h a t a t least one th ir d o f th e B e p n b lioan p a r ty in the North is made up o f old Hemoqrats, or o f th e ir deficendants, who w ill mobt certain ly f a ll back upon the id e a a a n d issUM held by th e p a r ty o f t h e ir fore­ fathers, T h is larg e D e m o c ratic ele­ m ent m a y prove m o re in tractab le and difficult to m o u ld ever into W h iggery th a n i t w ill be for t h e D e m o c rats to hold th e powerless m inority of W h igs in th e South to t h e ir p resen t associa­ tion. D e m o c ratic E e p u b licans are a vital an d controlling factor in parties, while the’ W h ig-Dem o crats o f the the South are so insignificant in num b e r * from the lapse o f tim e an d th e influ­ ence o f a sectional an d discrim inating war, as to be o f little cdnsequence in deciding elections. th e w icked shaU fee o.Terthrown.— EBROPEASr WAR* W ar has been declared by Rtmsia against Turkey, and the Hussian troops are m a rching southward, creas­ in g the R o u m a n ian frontiers a t Bes- tinake. A ll hopes o f av e rtin g th e struggle are abandoned, an d th e t r e ­ m endous ecn flicto f th e M o s c o v itean d O ttom a n E m p ires is fairly inaugu­ rated. R u s s ia fights for coveted ter­ ritory and ports in European Turkey, under the pretence o f protecting th e suffering Christians in . Turkey, and the latter, for deari life. Bussia has 300,000 men on the Danube and 125,- 000 men in Caucasus, while the’op­ p o s i n g f o r c e s o f T u r k s a r a 100,f)00' along the Danube and 50,000 or less in A s ia M inor. A despatch from C o n s tantinople s tates t h a t an engage­ m e n t has tak e n place on th e A s iaetie frontier, near Ardahan, and ibe Bus* sians were com p elled to fall back. T h e T u rk s were fortified, an d th e E u s s ian loss is estimated at 1,200 k illed , w h ile th e T u rk s lose 3 k illed and 5 wounded. Fresh skirmishes occurred a t G u raco, in th e vicinity o f E a r s , b u t no im p o rtan t engage­ m e n t has y e t beeu fought. I t is re­ ported that Greece will declare war and assist th e Russians. Persia w ilt not tak e part. England will proba­ bly, i f n ecessity cem p eils it, a ssist th e T u rks. A t th is w riting, it is a h a r d m a tter to m a k e any predictions, Or sta t e a n y th in g f u r th e r. TH E “ q u o W A S R M I O ” Referring to‘the rumor that Mr. Til- den will b ring th e P residential ques­ tion into court by a writ of qm war­ ranto, the Brooklyn Mtgle says: At present there is no quo warranXo rem­ edy, though it is ignorantly supposed or m aintained t h a t th e re is. O n e can be created by a c t o f Congress, to which th e P resident’s signature or a tw o - th ird s vote o f both H o u s e s is necessa­ ry to m a k e it a law. T h e m o v ers for quo warranto legis­ lation, strangely enough, are the R e ­ publicans Iheiaselves, who are prima­ rily responsible for the counting-in. T h e y are the carpet-baggers, l e d b y G e n e ral B u tler, a n d the m o tive Which, im p els them is revenge on H a y e s for kick in g down the lad d e r by w h ich he clim b e d up. T H E B E M O G H A T IC P A H T Y . D u ring the last fifty years, as the Dem ocratic party, from time to tim e, suffered defeat, it has been buried, and o f course th e chronic h a ters avail them selves o f th e present occasion to consign to the grave the party which has been sustained by tha people, but cheated out of its Pfwdent, The g reat N a tio n a l D e m o c ratic p a r ty was never so s trong a s a t th e present hoar. I t has a p o p u lar m a jority in th e coun­ t r y ; i t s t i l l b o l d s t h e n e x t IH o u s e o f Congress, a n d w ill soon h a v e a m ajor­ ity i n th e Senate. I t would ji e a gad com m e n tary on thjgjsplitics o f A m e ri- j ca i f the p a r ty which secures th e P res- idency by fraud k ills th e p a r ty from whom th e P residency has been stolen. PA C S A R B ’S W ITHDRAW AL. P a c k a r d ’s w ithdraw a l from th e S tate H o u se fixes t h e brand o f u s u rp­ e r on R u therford B . H a y e s so indeli­ bly t h a t i t can never b e e r a s e d . . A n d W m . M . E v a r t s i s conscious o f i t . P a c k a r d d irected th e schem e that put Hayes into’the W hile Housi through th e R e tu rn in g B o a rd o f L o u ­ isiana ; and now H a y e s directs th e schem e t h a t puts him o n t o f t h e S tate, th rough th e trad in g .commission. T h e order fo r th e w ithdraw a l o f the troops was Issued F r i d a y , an d took effect on Tuesday. In th i s a c t H a y e s makes open and full confession th a t d( h e is a frau d u len t P resident. H e could not do otherw ise an d a t th e ' same time do right by the suffering people of Louisiana. Packard declines to be a candi­ date for the New Orleans colleetor- ship. Gen. Aoderaon will probably be appointed. W E S T I O ^ I S rSB K ., The P r e tb y tm ia ii P r o j« ! t Am o n g tiie 33im u a & d M « a T h e Trustees o f th e WeiimiDstiHt i o f F rom a cow ering, hunted fugitive or a closely guarded convict, Tweed has s u d d e n ly em e rged into an aveng­ in g Nemesis o f th e m asculine sex. T h e ’fluttering o f wounded birds and^ the report o f increased, excitement in N e w Y o r k are both calculated to strengthen belief in th e substantial tru th o f tha Tweed “ c o n fusion.” I t was to be expected th a t th e persons nam e d in connection w ith the expos­ ure would p u t in a prom p t a n d feeling assertion o f innocence. M o s t o f them have now been heard from , a n d i t is a little rem a rkable t h a t ^ o one in the list has begun to protest in as solem n and edifying a style as th e R e p u b li­ can Jedderof th e S e n a te, M r. Wood; I f th e denials a r e to be received w ith ­ out question, the only conclusion pos­ sible is th a t Tweed, t h i e f as he was, m a d e n o p u r c h a s e o f le g isla to r s lo se­ cure th e passage o f his fam o u s ch a r­ ter, and that the impression to the contrary which has ever since existed was e n tirely w ithout w a rrant. It may be so. B u t we a r e iuclioed to believe th e publlo will prefer a fu ll investiga­ tion and ab n n d a n t evidence in th e ease o f s o m e o f.th e im p licated persona rather than to take them at their, word. They were never really believ­ ed innocent even before a definite ac­ cusation o f g u i l t was brought a g a inst them , a n d o f course a m ere denial now can n o t s e rve t h e ir tu rn . HAY E S BEHRADIHG T ^ B N E 0 R 0 RACE. The cooUnues to hammer away a t H a y e s for t h e m a n n e r in w h ich he is g o i n g b a c k o f t h e p r i n c i p l e s o f h i s p a r ty i n reg a rd to th e n egroes, a n d es­ pecially cites th e case o f F b e d . D o u g - LABS, whose appointment the editor regards in th e lig h t o f a sop to Cer­ berus. W e q u o te: F ro m tim e im m e m o rial it has been the custom for the M a r s h a l o f th e D istrict to officiate a t th e E z e c u tive M a n ^ o n , on occasions o f publi: receptions, a n d to introduce th a g u ests. Sefote nom inatiug M r. D o u g lass for [arshali, a s i t was s tated a t th*' *■ — and has n e v e r been c o n tradicted since, Mr. Hayes had an understanding wit.h Mr. Donglass that h e shonld relinquish this customary part o f the duties of M a rshal. H e conferred upon him t h e . office with its em o lum e n ts,' b u t he Conferred i t shorn o f th e highest hon­ ors which h a d alw a y s belonged to it beforu.' T h u s , by th e P resident o f t h e U n ited States, in the person o f Fred- eri'ck Douglass, was a brand of social discredit an d disgrace placed upon ihe w h o le c o lored race in th e U n ited States.” TH E EXCELSIOR C IB C P IT. . T h e P r o s p e c t s f o r t h e J n l y M e e t i n g . That D tica is to ^ave a J a l y Meet­ in g on th e D r iv i n g P a r k as^part o f th e E x c e ls ior C ircuit, is definitely set­ tled. T h e of ihe Times o f l a s t week says t The spring Meeting of the Queen C ity J o c k e y C lub, o f CinciuDati, will in clude, according to its program m e, J u n e 2 an d 7, five d ays. T h e m e e t­ ings comprise the Excelsior Circuit, open on the following Tqesdiay, June 12, a t C o lum b u s, O., a n d include J u n e som e five h u n d red acres pleasantly s it­ uated on th e W e s ley (nee W e lls) Isl­ an d , an d on Tuesday last, m e t a t the Crossm an H o u se, A lex a n d ria B a y , to v n o E H N E The T rustees a r e H o n . A n d rew C o rn­ wall, A .Iexandria B a y ; H o n . S e th G . C a rthage^ W m. S. T a y lor, I H o u g h , S y racu s e ; D r . J . B , H u n tin g - ton, W a tertow n . T h e cap ital stock $50,000 in 500 shares o f $100 each. T h e project m e t w ith th e approval o f the Synod o f N e w Y o r k a t its last Ses­ sion, and it is confidently hoped to m a k e i t a spccess. T h e p a r k is w ith­ in th e P resbytery o f S t. L a w rence, a n d w ithin t h e b o u n d a ry line between N e w Y o rk and C a n a d a , a d ja i^ u t to th e L a k e o f th e Islan d , L a R u e , N o b b y , P u llm a n , M a u d , Proctor, P ik e , L i t tl e F r a u d , S team b o a t a n d M a n h a tta n I s l ­ ands. I t has o v e r four m iles o f w a ter front, and is diversified with h i l l and dale and w o o d land. I t is proposed to i n ­ stitu te a so rt o f sum m e r colony here, to b ring together a t a season of th e y e a r a l a r g e num b e r o f a g reeable peo­ ple, a n d also a place fo r S u n d a y school conventions, picnice, etc. H E R B AHD TH E B E . Jottinga &om Our V a riety Ih?ftwer. — T h e w restling m a tch a t ^ ^ r a c o s e between Theabud Bauer and Wilhelm H e y g e s ter, was won by B a u e r. — Som e thing like a thousand dol­ lars h a s been raised to c a r r y on the tem p e rance work a t E lm ira. A cof­ fee bouse is talked of. I t is reported th a t P u b lic P r i n ­ ter C lap p will s t a r t a stra ^ h t - o u t R e ­ publican newspaper in Washington, H e denounces H alyes y e s \ *aving ' sonized. fo r h J o h n - — A glove cu tter’s association has beeu orgauized a t Johnstow n , a n d all th e long existing difierene’es b etween cutters on th e gro u n d o f n a tionality hav e been am icably adjusted. — R e v . H e c to r Brownaon, th e old­ est M e thodist clergym a n in active dosy in tbe State, and for thirty-five years agent o f the American B ib le Society, died Sunday at Rhinebeck, aged eighty-six. T h e R e p u b lican claim a n ts for S tate offices in S o u th C a rolina, con- Beuted to the withdralrai of proceed­ ings before th e S u p rem e C o u rt, which ids the contest and seats a ll the Dem ­ ocratic State officials. The oldest old maid ia the world is R e b ecca Anderson', o f S eneca F a lls, aged 112 years. S h e is so old th a t i t is upw a rds o f 25 y e a r s since a’cen tak e r has h a d th e p lu c k to ask ] how old s h e was. A larg e fire, Which originated xh ■the reer-of-lrtie ------- th e rear-of-fette -MeHlB-Bhm;yr < 3 g rn^: harie, S u n d a y m o rning, ab o u t 2 o’­ clock, spread rap id ly over th e yil- clock, spread rapidly iage, a n d . about $175,000 worth of property was destroyed, moitly the business parf- ** ----- — ”” - ’ will — W h e n you e which prom is _ be an essay o f h igh m e rit, i t is well t o krt o f the village. The 1 n o t exceed $30,000. — W h e n yo u see a new spaper a r ti ­ cle which pro m ises in itsi b e g in n ing to b e a n essa y o f h ig h m e rit, i t is we ll t o read i t lo r th e p rofit to accrue from so doing. B u t a s a m a tter o f p recaution, it is better to glance first a t th e end to see i f an y th in g is said ab o u t two sizes o f b o ttles— o n e for fifty cents an d the o th e r for one dollar. A bill has been introduced i n the A ssem b ly for th e better s e c u rity o f life from fire in hotels, which requires all hotels o f more than three stories to be provided with a 'rope. The escapes to the repe s h a ll be ten feet longer th a n th e h e ig h t from th e window froxk which i t is to issue to th e ground, a n d sh a l l be fhree'eighths o f an inch in diam e ter, and securely knotted twelve inchea between each knot. A penalty o f fifty dollars p e r .day is Inflicted in case o f any neglect to furnish th rae escapes. — IT. S. Judge Schaffer, of Utahf ter, N . Y ., is th e n e x t place o f m eet­ ing i n the C ircuit, w h ich closai with th e m e e ting a t U tica. T h e dates fix­ ed for th e above meetiogg we believe to b e ’a c c u rate. Colum b u s/ by its ad­ vertised p rogram m e , h w fixed o n Ji 12, t h a t is, i t is to follow Im m edlat on the close e f th e m e e ting a t C incin­ n a ti.,^ C leveland advertises a- three days’ meeting to fellow Coiumbui. The days for th e g a therings a t R o c h e s ter an d U tica have n o t y e t been fixed further than that it is understood that. R o c h e ster follows C leveland a n d U tiea will be the next week after Rochester. P a c k a r d g i v ^ it op. H e an ­ nounces his purpose to settle quietly lowu iu New Orleans to the practice o f law , a n d let polities alone fo r a season. Ubamberlatn ia m a k ing hlm- rcsuscitata the Republican .party in South C arolina. M a y A; Co., th e heaviest m e tal aud hardware house !#BoitOQ, hai suspended/ liabilities $600,000. lived w ith th e false p rophet in th e ca­ p a c ity o f a n obliging h ired g ir l, m iy, an d was entitled to fair compel tion therefor, b u t no th in g in tb© Wives rem a iuiog ta him are women with an y sense o f ‘ >ligiDg h title d to la i r compensa< tnre o f alimony. The J u d g e holda- that ghe hag already received more th a n such services as she rendered were worth, a n d B righam need n o t pay a n y more. I t is a decision which, while i t relieves th e pressure on the Pcojpbot’a pocket, w ill not contribute to his peace o f mind i f the “ alleged ” to him are wome degradation left to - I n area the Russian Empire is square n h}mpire is greater by a trifle over -4,000 miles. In popnla- tioo, the comparison is more unfavor­ able to R u ssia. T h e entire popula-, tion o f th e C z a r’s possessions is 85,-’ 685,945, o r a little over 10.02 to th e square m ile; whereas, the ratio of B ritish subjects is 27.31 to th e sam e area. 'O f this population, n e a rly sev­ en-eighths is found in R u s s ia in E u ­ rope. Curiously euougb, three-fourths of the entire dominion’s area is in Asia. T h is vast expanse, which (embracing the Caucassus) alone contains nearly twice as m u ch lan d as th e U n ited States, has n o t one-thirdl a s m a n y p eo­ ple. n i t t ear 4ropi. psirritKsnl I W sold atona alaare battona. ■ T aatapir»latud8.ooJlarbat- I Ion, b aa^|)lrin wad4ins ___ _ -MV ■ **“*^K*“j ^ * “ self ridieulous by hia futile efforts to rOSTAOB STAXrS XAKSK as cash . W. STOCKOrAN, 8V B and S traat, Haw Y m S i • f*b28mi SCROFU LA, Scrofulous Humor. ymiBrnnc it UI eTadieata itom tha ayatam ar- •rrtalB t af Scrotula and ScrotKlotta Humor. It h u parmM»entl 3 rcuradtljouaa.ndaln Boiiton and TkdiUlyvhobJinbaanloDCSBdpAinfalaaSArera. €anGer» Cancerous Hun^ The m a m n o n e vffeol! ofYao*tn** i w W o f * Cancer and Ganeerotta Htnnor ehalleiu|ae'iae meet profound attention of the medicia wo ' i U t , . are preacribing V a a s r i ^ - to Canker, / V kqktikk haa never failed to cure moat inflezihlacaaeof Canker. / Mercurial Diseas The Yxonmae meets with Wondorf woo*** in the cure of this claaa of dtuaHOa. Pain in the Bonei In this compliant the Y boktuoi iafce great remedy, as i t removes from the s y iteathe pro­ ducing cause. Sait Rheum. Tetter, Salt Bheum, Scald Head, &ci will cer- hiinly yield to the great alterative ^ect* of 'VXOXTIKX. Erysipeiae. Y xosttsb . has never failed to ei inveterate case of jBiyaipelas. Pimples aiid Humors k the Face. ' ' Beason ehonld teach ue that or pimpled akin depends entirely upon an znier- nal cause, and no ohtwiiid application dan ever cure the defect. TxosrinB m the great bloOd phrilier.; _ Tumors, Ulcers or Old Soros Are caused iw an impure state of the blood.\ Cleania the blood thorosghly With Y s s s rix s , and th u s complaints villdlMppear. . Catarrh. B o r thia c o m p laint th e only a ubstanU al'bm efit can be obtained tbroneb the blood. Y bobtiji * is the great blood, purifier. Constipation. TEUErnrai doe* n ot act as a cathartic to dO\ hiUtate the bowels, hut cleanses all the organs, enabling each to perform the functions devolv- uig upon them. P i l e s . V eoethub lias restored thousands t o liealtb wlio hfLV0 b ^ n l o n g and painful sufferers. Dyspepsia. If YiQETnra is taken regularly, according to ^toe^ons, a certain and speedy cure w ill fofioW Faintness at the Stomach. VECHTCfS! is not a etimulatin'g hitters which. c r o a ^ a fictitious uppetite, but a gentle tonic; 2’“ c ^ * M W » ^ tureto restore the.atomach toJk Female Weakness. \ 7 „VsCmTixB. acts directly upon t h e cauM«H«f- these Complaints. , I t invigorates and strengtti- ens the whole system, acts upon the BOcrettve'- organshnd allays inaammatlon. , - General Debility. intuiBcoiubminttlioEOod effect* of the yeo *- MWK a ie realized Im m e m ately a f te r commancine ^ t a k e i t ; as d e b ility d e n o tes deficiency o f th e Y koetiios act* directly u|wn tha T$g0&e is Sold Bniggiats. m w j Q m m m m , HA’^—Is steady and sr*w Yonx, May 1 , 1877. lohanaed. Sales a t 'estern;. 12®13c for r n e ^ firm and unehanaed. Sales at m ^ L O m S E O R E & CO. ARE SELLING CLOAKS, SUITS AND M ILLINERY . EXCEEDINGLY CHEAP THIS SPRING. DRESS­ E S FOR $1.00. M E f l o i i s ! » m ‘ . C . L . A V E B T ’S HERKIMER, N. Y. DA N , B.—Marriage Nbtieef tJtoutd b* aceompani vimafeeofAftvceiat. iV. B .—Jibttce o f Death.* other than eim p le.an- nwncmetu# of name, place and d«(%, will be *>hargM at the rat* o f Jive cent* p er lint. MT7BRAY~In this village on the 28th. o f April, John Murray, aged 77 years. CASLBE—In Eittle Falls, April 18. Bichard easier, aged 43 years. H O W E - I n N e w p o rt. A p ril 2lst. 1877. K aohel. w ife o f th e l a t e Cady H o w e , i n th e 85th. y e a r of S P E C I A L ISrOT l C E S . ERROBS OF YOUTH. A G E N T L E M A N who suffered f o r years from Nervous Debility. Premature De- M d a ll eHbots o f.yoatm a l indiscretiozx Will, lof the *ake of suffering humanity, send Aba to all who need it. the reolpe and direction for m a k ing th e sim p le rem e d y h y w h ieh h e w a s ^dared. Sufferers wishing to profit by advertiser's experience can do so by addressing i n pOrfeat confidence. JOHN B. OGDES, 42 Cedar st..JSrew York. E L O D B , F E E D A N D e B A m WeciSr BEOM’S “PATENTPBOCESS\ F D O X T H , and ia onLlwld by It please you—try it. We also keep on hand the following leading brands o f S o ar: ONTUCET WHITE. MANHATTAN M IBM , JIINHBSOXA M I L I« , ‘»NBW (AU White W heat) 'WHITB XiUiLX, (Red and White,) RISING STAA WASHIHGTOK MILLS. :*■. W ekeepall grades of S p r i n g , W I n t e f and W h l£ « W h e a t F l o u r . Also C r a h a m , R y e and B u c k w h e a t F i o u r . O a t n f i © a i , and a ll kinds o f S a i t and C e n FSPH FEED!!! niaetoentli wife, A db Elix«. The ladv lirtfK f-lvA -IwlaA Wv-aa-aav.L. ,..4. at __ ___ O IL M E A L , & c . , A large stock o f a ll kinds a t very low prlees.. We will h ave a large stoofc of TIMOTHY & CLOVER SEEDS on h a n d for Bj>ring u s e . E ,W A S H B D E N , A g e n t. Herkimer. N ot . 24. Hffg. __________ deolSfcf S u p r e m e Gourt.-wUerklMer Coiity. HxgXTP.JBTS4.XSK.' tTgBUn __ ■ p f pnrsaance a n d by ’v i r t u e o f a j a d a J- ment and decree of foreelosnre and sale made of Apnl, 1877.1, the sabteriber. will sell at publie auotioB. .to the highest bidder, at the dwelling house on the pifunsM hereineftor dMcribed.id Heririmer oonnty« N.Y., atI2 o’clpok. x ,, on the 8th day of Juno. 1877, Iwunded M follew*. to wits Begiiuinv a t « IhMf two deipM and thirty mumtea eastalong lands owned by easier f o ^ chains and t^hty-seven linlu. to. the south-east corner; thenoe ssutk' imd sixty-nine linu to the road laediag firem TO o o m m P T iV E s . The advertiser, having been perma­ nently cured of that dread disease. Consumption, oy a* sim ple rem edy, is anxious to xnaice kudvru to Ms fellow iufferer* the means of euro. To all who desire it. he will send aoopy ofthe pre­ scription used, (free o f charge), with the direc­ tions for preparing and using the same, which they will find a subk C ube for CdNSUNmoNi A stbx a . BltOHOHITlS, Ao- Parties wishing the prescription will please B e ^ E . A. WILSON .1 9 4 Penn St.. Williamsburgh, New York. J . A . & A . H . R T £ £ L £ , ATTOBNBYS AND OOUNSBLOBS AT LAW. juux , m-JLiU Sr 'oeiAs A. S txxux . A bkah Y o XB looz , Mi.ix S t ., H kbkwxb ,|N. Y. JoeiAs A. S txxux . A bkah B. Ssxxi LABORINOJIN!! H iO tis fox* ^ a . l e ----- ON ----- - “ EASTER N A V E N U E !” T h e andersigned hav© concluded to tTor f o r th e N E X T N IN B T Y D A YS, THIRTEEN FIRST-CLASS LCTS, On •‘EASTERN AVENUE.\ each being fifty fesfc wide iTout Aud rear, aud one b u u d r ^ and twenty«ona and oue*balf feet deep, a t the follow­ ing eztTaordinarily low prices; One Lot at— «60 I One Lot a t --------- $il5 Three Lota, each a t gfo Two Lots, each at...gl20 8SS If .You Want! ^ A T S T a B l a c k S i l k -for $ 1 .0 0 , W ant a 40-Inoh Black Cuhmere ior 69o.,. W ant a Colored Cashmere for W a n t* Brilliantine f o t ^ J ^ . , W ant an Alpaca for 25o., W a n t a P o p lin f o r 250., W ant a Damasee for 30o.. Want a Harseilles (2ailt for 75e., W ant Linen Table Damasks for fiOc„ . W a n t Doom D ies D in e n , f o r 35o., Want Napkins for 10c., W ant Towels for 10c.. W&ntGruliesforlOc., W ant BeOTPIanmela for 30c„ W ant B lue Twilled Piannels for 39c., W ant P lain Bed Plannels for 20o.. W ant White Planneis for 20o„ W a n t Opera Flannels ibr 40 c.. W ant C anton Plannels for lOo.. rie^l Want good 10*4 Bl&nkets for 12,40, Want fienti’ Merino.WxaDper8 and Drawers^ Want Ladies’ Merino ’Wrappers and Want Misses’ Merino Hosiery for 15o!?' W ant Children’s Merino Hosiery for lOo., W ant Handsome P u r Beavers for $3.50. W ant Handsome Daxk P rints for 7o.. W ant good styles of Cinghams fer lOo., W ant Brown Sheetings for 6c.. W ant Cheviot Shirtings for IZj^o., Want anything in the Dry Hoods Jinfli Call a t the > Where wa will supply goods from the great auo- tion tales o f New York, at lower prices Htan- thav bare over been offered. r . MoMOERO'W & 0 0 ., iun^Syl, AscAnk. U wca , N. ¥ JA C O B h : W E B E R , \Aja?oc<>:Ke3?<nE3Y . a . t x ^ ' vst , Speelit attention given to doKVxVANOiKfi, 0OK« ,, T x a o v n ta Juro D x A snta. A l l p a p e r s draw n in .l,a plain. I w b l e hand, th a t oan be read by pee-, -plenow on e a rth. ^ P x o e p e c t Sitreete nine degree* west sixtoen onaint and aevehty- sevea Sinks, t o a stak e s tand in g n e a r a n d i n firoBt _______ — ________________________ _ __________ g ^ ^ J ^ B a k e r - s Wagon n o r ^ im e f I h ^ e nortir*etiih^nta^dw ™ F O B S.A.3LiHn O R one o r tw o itorsea; P latfo : _ A Large StocK Bleacbed and Brown GOTTOlirS, B o u g h t s ince the great decline in these goods, and 1 am able to sell them fall 15 ^ cent, cheaper tbau th e ; were one m o n th ago. ? • ’ . Choice Plaid :Press Goods, Spring Shades, a t lOc yard. I have ju s t received my.second large supply of Beautiful P a ttey n s from 4c ^ yard up. Splendid P a tteru a a t -8. 1 0 ,1 2 a n d I5 c ^ y ’d. The Glwicest and the Finest Patterns a t 25c ^ yard ever Offered in any place for the price. P lease call a n d exam ine. A new supply of ' ' Counterpanes, Prints, Glng^hams, Shirt­ ing, Cottoades* Denims^ Hosiery^ d»c. Choice'Plaid GIN.GHAM.S at 9c., best qualities and fast colors, and B lack and W h ite L A C E B A R B S , all new designs and hands received. CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS! An immense stock to select .from, and cheaper than can be found in any o ther houi in the Mohawk Valley. If you are going to purchase a Carpet, don’t fail to examii m y s to c k and-prices. C. L. AVERY. OOBLARBTT3 'so me patterns, j u s t i H M i n H S E E D S If you wish to grow Tegetables for sale, 1 Gardening for Profit! j I f you w ish to become a C om mercial B lor- j ist, read \ Practical Flloricuit.ure! I f you wish to G a rdener Homo TIso only. I Gardening for Pleasure! j All by PETER HENDEESON. Price 51.50 each! post paid by mail. 8 .^b\L.a’C A T A 1 0 G U E i EVEBYTHINd BOB THE N BEST TEAS, COFFEES, AND S P I C E S . Dealer;?, families* and consumers in general of above articles should call a t a o S a S T I N E U C O . ’O >l^ale WarebousOr X 7 S amd 3 LSO C h am b e rs —._etf cor. Washington* New york,-where they will find the largest and choicest selected stock m the country, a t lowest possible wholesale p ri­ ces. m lots to suit customers. Orders by mail wft^me^et^promnt attention. Send for circular. A g I n TS w a n t e d . apl-z5yl E A B « ^ ^ i e T E t r Corner. CAN AH and CEN T R E S T H E R T S , Sroadwety, JNEW 'ST0103BL. riMOLA^AOCOMfflJATJCTIORWUlt Booms and Board $2,50 Per Bay. mehl4jm2 Gash for Hides! r p H E H I G H E S T G A S H P E I C E 1 Will be paid for • BEKIN AKD QTBffl HIDES at my Market, on Main Street, Herkimer. meh28tf F. H. HALL. $ 6 OO Pianos for S 2 5 O A n d a ll other styles in the same proportion, in ­ cluding Grand, Square and Upright—all Jirse- c$o##—sold direct to the people at factory pHcee» Hosgents; no commissions; no discounts. These Pianos made one of the finest displays a t the Cen­ tennial Bxplbition, a n d were unanimously rec­ ommended for the HiGfifEST H onors . New Mhn- ufaotory—one o f the iaraest and Unest in the world. The Square Brands contain Mathushek’s new p a ten t D u p lex O v e rstrnng Scale, the srreat- «8t im p rovem e n t i n th e histo ry of p ian a m a k ing . T h e U p rights are the finest in A m e r ica. D o n 't fail to w rite for Illu s tr a ted and D e scriptive C a t­ alogue,—mailed free. ' ^ ® 3 S K . - III M i 1 ffl P3 o ' . f e l l h |I 311. I— I ^ ® \ < « £ h H k SI O i l o ^ t ’.si- ill .. ss| Hi ^ S i ^ f « E ^ - P \ i f s i i j i| (5 M— iHi'sflfir to iiB i E N D E L S S ^ H N P I A N O C O . , No. 5 6 B roadw a y , N. tim e t e t h e w o r k , or only y o u r spare m om euw . & Co., Portland. Maine. ___________ apl25yl 2.549,958 INSURANCE AGENCY OF EEmmBon & uwtoi T j H E R K t M E J R , N . Y . Represent the Jhllowine OI«J a n d R d l i a - lije In s M r a n c Q G O . ~ PEffisif. mr.v:::. ..... .. NOBTBf AMBHIGA, P b ila.. 5^167.547 ..^ T b r A , H a rtfo rd . . . . ’............ 6,845.709 M N N . WEIS, PU Ia. ............... 1.657,967 ............... ,^ O E T a S C T IS H .A N D M E E - OANTILE, LoadOD ................ 15,887.832 Total Assets, - - $.172,520,368 J . D. HENDERSON. L . A. L A WTON. LIFE DEPARTMENT. Trie Mutual l-lfe fns. C o , o f N . 'Y ________ $ 7 8 , 8 3 0 , 1 0 4 T r a v e l e r * ’ L i f e a n d A c - ildoiiif— 3,024,001 L. A. LAWTON, Ageui;. De^ad Beats. f P H E M E R G H A l^ T 'S P R O T E G - *• TIYB u n i o n , of Herkimer, offer the fol- iwing Acoonntg FOR SALE; Und ShOCS*seaa«aaaa«* 8 00 Enquire Of tlM SeoMtwy of tbeHnioii. w . S - ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW SURVEYING Dune a t Short Notlee. S a c E S Y t K T S A F K . 3ST- ‘NT, O m o x OK Marii-STXKsr. . uovltf m PAPER M&IMS. 18U. BARNARD’S SONS, 85 GENESEE STREET, X J T I O A , , W o u ld c a ll y o u r a tten tio n to th e ir ; Im m e n s e ? S t p o k o f PAPER HANGINQS Of ISTew Designs, And at Low Prices. Cloth Shades, Bopdops, Tassels, Cords, And CnrtaineMxtdres, A n d a t P r i c e s t o S u i t t h e Times! • _ C0 . ^ f COLGATE & Harness Soap, A N e w A r ticle GottenTlTplNspeoiillj FOR USE IN THE STABLE. T h e testim o n y o f tk e practical pei Bons who hure used i t pronounces i t the k i » o « TUnff d f its Kind In tke M n liet. It ia fiot only adapted to the wasbiug of Harness, render­ ing ihe’m soft and pliable, and leaving on the surface a beautiful polish, b u t has proved itself without a rival in its virtues as a healing Soap wheti Used on horses' feet and legs. Dr. T. A. HOARD, ■ r » E 3 s r a j i s T . OFIIOB OVER BURRILL’S PBHS STORE, , I N H O P P E R ’S BLOCK. Main street* HorWmer. Offic e b o u rn firoia S o ’c lock to 12 a - m ,. a n d from T O LET. , THBE' very desirable BSesidenee on 1 Maty street, ttuwoccttpiod by Henry GhuMh- nrodiic# m . E bo . Possession g i v w aU e r A p ril 1st. 1877. B u i ---------------- - ----- - to - . ------------- r — STORE! Just Opened xbnt o ?X3: hj s X i O o : ^ a Q-oods Sold Cheap for Cash and as' Cheap as in any part of the State. A general assortment of DRY GOODS & J R O C E H I E S , Y A N K E E N O T IO N S . HATS AND CAPS, S s C . , d B O . Call and geiprices. MRItEE & MOUSE. U.S. Pension, Biflixilifiryaai NAVAL CLAIM fiBENT. GOOD NEWS FOR INVALID PENSIONEKS TTJJJDJER proyisioDO o f a late 1 r « con- L) eerniug Pensions, those o f the IwTAMD-elaes are now entitled to rates varying from 41 to (ja M Y T E i E f c M S . sful to oollecting L r of claUiS that is of other mrents. !S. All olaim- -------- yf«r-^vith stamp)— WOOD T, OQDEN. btldaietow a. OTanse Oc-i H . Y . (Of 00 oor. West Main and James Sts.) mehllmd NEW ARRIYAL FINE PJKBER HANGINGS, JSTH: W E L L ’S , 1 1 1 C r e n e s e e S t . , U t i o a . ^ mcU14ia3 H O U S J H i < & L O T r O R . S A . L E I J . H . S T E ' ^ A R T , M ATSr STJR E E T , Herkimer, «. Y. B r . Jo B r i g g s ’ B e m e d iesc T J J N G Diseases a terror to mankind. -1-i Try Briggs’ T hroat a n d Lung Healer. Sold T U N G AHi> t h r o a t d i s e a s e s Juf are the most fatal of Imman afflictions,'’* Tiaoiie&nUa 'of otiir fellow beirt^a are-oarrxod to tbeir early i r a v * and final rest every y ear by that prince of terrors. “ Consumption \ I n many instanoes this fatal malady seeures a victim who at first merely h ad a cdld, but neglected to usd proper remedies u n til too late. Briggs’Throat and Lung Healer, ia the best Remedy in use. Sold by C, W. PAI.MKB. JB. iune28yX T T E A D A C H E an d K e u ralgiaj L a - H - die# in particular will haH with fielight flrigg?' Alfovantor. .Sold by C. W. PxLitsB, J b , UNIONS and Corns Torment Mill- U io n s ,' Rriggs’ Corn and Bunion Remedies, gore core. Sold a t C. W. Palmer. J r ’s. ie28yl P I L E S has been a tenor to tbq liu« PILES! I very little aynu or can h o t b e u. ___________ __ iotod by nulliong who a w t t o t ___ ____ _ ternal bleeding, external, and itching piles.— tidiuK for the sufferer, BRIGOS’ P I c E REM ]^X M ^re^m ild,*afe. and s u r e ^ ^ S ^ b y p U N l o N E a n d c o n n s .—T lion- B wafie o f okdTcli’foers bare all they can « t- l to i n looking a fter th e w e l A r e o f th e ir feet mimh!esandlofnte*^room for^ an d th u s thoee little torm e n ts j^et tora rage a n d iro A areat AMouatofwin trouble. ’“itam encoprevails: thM evricked littlapeeta are olBhcd by using Dr. .

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