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BJFF a LJ EXPRESS, SATURDAY, JUNE 12. 1869. l'HE EUFFALUXPRESS E SATURDAY, J U 5 E 12, 1809. WITIT SUPPLEMENT. c i t y . T h e DAILY E i m Z A S - Pul.lL.bed by th e E l ) n > P n iittii* C o ., , totj m o rning nnd o n v i H , f c n d n j j excepted. T H E EVENING noon a t 2 p. m ., and 4 a t p. m. mailed. T o C ity O n t o a w eek. T H E W E E K L Y EX P R E S S —Published o a T h u rsday N o th a E d ito r o f th* Kxpr«sa. nication will r e c e ive a t te n tio n oom p anied by t h a n a n aad addre of Um w r iter, ■lot neeeaaarily f o r publication, b a t of good f a ith. M; J . TH E EXPRESS May b* o b tained of th e follow ing dealers: BUFFALO—T . 8 . H a w k e , 10 East Sentoa Stilleon, Poet Office; E 'S s t B e rner, oom e r Mali and M o hawk; A H a g e r , T ifft H o u e e ; A. J . n e r , ?S3 Main street; Cham. M. P r o r o o e t, I t * Nirg a r a s t r e e t ; bbeer A F e lton, New Y o rk C e n tr a l De­ pot*. BAT ATI A -Maekey Bros. LOCKPORT—W . 8. B o o rille, C ram p ton A O raham SU S P E N S IO N B R I D G E - R R o g e r, Sheer A Felton H O R N E L L 3 V ILLE—F . Baw er. M J. Hawley. DTTNKIRK -W. L. S later, A. K. H and. FRED O N IA —L. S. H o w ard A Bro. W E S T F IELD —M inton Bro*. NIAGARA F A L L S - S h c e r A Felton. TONAW ANDA- Sheer A F e lton, M. J . Stanley. M E D INA -A Panneleo. A T T IC A - JL M aynerd. YO U N G S T O W N -A . H a rris. SILV E R C R E E K —E. K. Ballard. ANGOLA—Leroy S. OaUnan. ILLIN V —J . B. Dick. EAST AURORA - J . E . Ray lisa. W 1 L U A M 8 W ILLE—P. Wel-er. ER IE , P a .—L o c k h a rt A P e t t it , U a u g h e y , McCreary A Co., J . M Snvder. BKOCTON—H . 8. Wood*. BRANTFORD. C. W .—A. H u J a in. TORONTO—C. R. Criaholm. JA M E S T O W N -K . B. Sm ith. PETROLEUM C E N T R E - N icholson A Co. PORT COLBORNE—8. S. Sniadee. CORKY, Pa.—Barlow A Ron. S T E P H E N S O H F E D E R A L M A C H I N E R Y . »Some of the newspapers are burden ing their columns with a long dyspep­ tic letter from the Moribund Stephens (Alex. il.) of Georgia, who, very na­ turally, as a used up rebel, ground t< pieces in tho 44 Federal machinery’' ■which he rashly attem p ted to break, it- groaningly convinced that the said “ Federal machinery for the last ten 44 years has been abnormal in its ac “ tion f ” th a t “ it must bo brought “ back to tho Jollersoiiian doctrines. “ and made to conform in its workings 44 with the organic principles of it- “ structure, before there can possibly 44 be a return of the days of peace, har- 44 mouy, prosperity and happiness 41 which formerly marked our course ; ’ th a t “ we aro d rifting to consolidation 44 and empire, and will land there at 44 no distant period its certainly as the 4* sun will set this day, unless the peo- pie of the several States owako to a “ proper appreciation of tho danger, and save themselves from the im- 4‘ pending catastrophe b y arresting the 44 present tendency of public affairs”— and so on. Of course Stephens feeb 80. A man who has stepped his fool into a thrashing machine is likely foi some uime to retain a very sore impres­ sion that the machine has been acting abnormally, and Stephens’ experienct o f “ the Federal machinery” has been th a t of nature and consequence, only moro so. .But of what earthly accouni are the dolorous maunderings of the wretebed man, that they should be made public ? guago of th a t amendment was as follows: Resohed (if the Senate concur), That the '(institution of this State be u follows: The OonwnieeiencTS of the Canal Fund m ar borrow, on the pledge of the rev< to be derived front th e toOs ct payable in eighteen j e a n afte «haH be m a d O t h T m or m m . ef neney, oot exeoo&af te a mflfiaao of dollars, for the unprnw— n l ef the canato of this State an- l«r t t e direction ef the T s g M s l i n . AU existing debts secured b y t t e pledge of eaanl moneys, e t h n than itim b urslng t t e tn a e e r y for adranoee n u d e to t t e enaa® siaee 184b, ’hall b e first fully paid aad atiafied ; and %ny deficit of principal or interest on the loan hereby authorized muooqsent upon mch appropriation, shall, if necessary, be met a n a paid b y taxation upon the real and personal property of the State. W e think th a t a careful exatnina- ion oi the amendment will vindicate Mr. H atch’s opinion, which is support- -*1, moreover, b y the report made by the Assembly Canal Committee, favoring the amendment, and by the speeches made by several leading members in idvocating it, as well as by Mr. Hatch’s speech at the Produce Ex­ change, New York, made some time before the introduction o f the measure in the I^gialatnre. T H E FIFTEENTH AMENDMENT The ratification of the Fifteenth Amendment to the Constitution by New Hampshire makes, including In ­ diana, twenty-four States which have given it their approval. The votes cj twenty-eight are required for the com­ pletion of the work. Vermont is sure to ratify i t so soon as its Legislature assembles n ext fall. The act providing tor the reconstruction of Virginia, Mis­ sissippi and Texas, demands its ratifi­ cation by those States as a preliminary to their full restoration to the Union. When the Georgia Legislature shall have been purged of the members who ire disqualified under the Fourteenth Amendment that State will undoubt­ edly be added to the ratifying list, as will Rhode Island when her Legisla­ ture meets again next winter. W e ;ount, therefore, with certainty upon he ratification of thirty States, includ­ ing Indiana, or one more than enough for the adoption of the amendment without including that State, so that the question as to the validity of the Indiana ratification will be of no con- of having w ritten one of the finest books of travel of tha tt y . Thoaa wha are t e l l desirous of knowing w h at aaek a book should or th i a ld not ba oagfat to compare 44 O u r new way rap n d t t f wotld ” with any of Bayard Taylor’s screeds about 44 N othing as I failed to see it.” P O L I T I C A L . Ex-Governor William Smith, of Virginia, has written a letter advising rapport of the W alker ticket. A. J . Hamilton, declares hia intention to ran for Governor of Texas, whether any political organization shall nominate him or not. I t ia stated th a t Butler invited Bingham down to Lowell, to eat clams snd straw berries ami “make u p ,” and that Biagharo declined the invitation. A Republican State Convention for Mis sissippi has been called to meet a t Jackson, July 1. “ for consult ation, and the trsnssc- tooo of important busineas, preliminary to OUR MARITIM E D E C L I N E In 1855 Mr. Bright could say in the British Parliam e n t; 44 In ship building 44 industry the United States not only 4* compete with but in some respects ex “ cel this country.” And tho official records of Great Britain show th a t in 1860-61 the tonnage of American sea­ going vessels exceeded that of Great Britain by 605,181 tons in 1860, and by 732,987 tors in 1861. 14 To-day 44 this supremacy lias passed to Great t: Britain, and our rival is rapidly se- 44 curing a monopoly wf the world’s 44 commerce.” Mr. Hamilton A. Hill, in a recent paper prepared for the Na­ tional Board of Trade, shows that the absolute decline in our foreign tonnage from 1861 to 1867 was fifty-four per cent, o r nearly 1,500,000 tons, leaving it less than one third of what in 1857 we should have been justified by past experience in estimating what it would be in 1867. Mr. Franklin W . Smith, Treasurer of tho A tlantic W orks in Boston, commenting on this statement, says in a pam p h let e n titled 44 W ooden Ships Superseded by Iron,” that the gross foreign steam tonnage of the U n ited States presents a still more un­ favorable contrast The estimate of Great B ritain in 1867 was 775,000 tons, th a t of the United States 175,520 tons, making a difference of 599,480 tons. This difference of n early 600,000 tons is more than the combined commercial steam tonnage of the U n ited States and Great Britain five years ago. Hon. Mr. Wadsworth of Kentucky, for­ merly a representative in Congrem from t h at State, is now in Washington, and gives it as his opinion th a t Kentucky will be rev­ olutionized when the fifteenth amendment is ratified. Tbe Anti S lavery Standard advises the friends of woman suffrage to make their next attack upon Congress for such legisla­ tion as will give women she ballot in the District of Columbia and the Territories of the United States. Also to urge upon Con­ gress the submission of the X V Ith amend­ ment to the Constitution (for equal suffrage to women), proposed by Hon. George W, Julian. The sta n d a r d intimates that a for­ midable National Woman’s Suffrage organ- ization will soon be inaugurated. ered, and is astonished a|l the imposition • t u a f t a * fcy the ptrM a j » X w M u who k u asum c d kii u p jn u r a ^ —A lodj celled » t oao |*f our wsll-kaOwu dry goods stores yeste r ijiy, and d t e r ex­ amining one or tw o articles, remembered that she wanted some j cosmetic for her toilet, and turning to the proprietor of the store, asked: “ H ave ypu any Bloom of Youth?” T h e merchant, .over whose head mors thon fifty rammers havo p a m a d , turn­ ed to one of his lady cleijfcs an d asked in a busineas way: “ Have I any of the bloom of youth left?” The d o rk looked up with a quiet smile, and answered: “ 1 believe not, sir.”—A*. B. Mercury. T H E D E A D H e re o n ce m y s tep w a . qu lc|v n e d . H e re beckon-d th e openiqgdoor, An«l welcome th rilled frem Ijhe threshold T* th * foot f t had know n -before. A plow c a m fo r th to m a rt me From th e flam e th a t lauglied i n t i a grate. And shadow* a d a n c e on ttM ceiling, Danced blith e r w ith m ine f o r i n t d e “ I claim y o u ,o ld f .ien d ,\ yawned th e arm chair, • T his c o rner, y o u know , ji» y o u r % a t;” R e s t y o u r s lipper* on m e j ' be&me 1 th e fender. •* 1 b righten a t touch of y o u r f*et \ “ W e know th e practised f l i r r,\ Said th e hooks, * th a t s.-dm* ike brain;\ And th shy. p age r u s tled th e secreW it had k e p t till 1 cam e *41110. Sang t h e yillow , “ My dowij. one* q u ivered On nightingal s' throat* t p s t flew T h ro u g h m o o n lit garden* of Haflx To g a th e r q u a in t d ream a .for von.*' A h m e , w h e re th e past sowqd heart's ease, T h e present plucks r u e fqr us m e t.! I com e back; t h a t scar u n h f a ling Was n o t in tlie c h u rch-yu/d then. B u t, 1 t h in k , t h e house 1* u n a ltered I will g o a n d beg to look A t th e room* th a t w ere sue* fam iliar To m y liie a e it* bed t o a b r o „ k . U n a ltered ! A la-, fur th e samene.*® T h a t m a k e s th e chm ige h u t iu- re. \y isad e a d m an I ee iu th* mirrors^ 'Ti* his t r e a d t h a t c h ills ib e flooi?' To learn such a Simple le-wm Need 1 4 0 to Paris a u d Kome, T h a t th e m a n y may m a k e U»e huusthold, B u t only on* tu e hom e ? «\Q*|T ttoM who perished. The surgeon remedy here is a n rtuc, m& t i this h e aot - • ' 7 “ - giveR, the n n h rtn n aU man m m ' rspsfly to the grave. Soteetimes the C h itisscqm red e n d s r tt e the e a n ttew trael t i l ef m phy- sicisR. The Ineorah li i n t a raes e f the p oi­ son apon Aim itmcmm le e d s t t i t s p r iewip Hion in sm a ll qusntflties, which are imper­ c e p t i b l y increased >y the nataent hinsaeif until he becomes a sonfirmed arsenaic-ester. Sock a person cannot be cured a f once, but m u s t be weaned from tbe disease as he com menced it—gradually. The strange habit is very widely spread among the pea sates of A u s tria and Hungary, and even in some p a r ts of t h e G e n n a h States. and h e rescued the child. Altec an interval of some mouths the euiyion and his little charge arrived in A u stralia where he ultimately realized a large fortane. He brought t t e child up as his own, and re­ mained there long eneugh to see her the wife of a wealthy colonist. Having done this the surgeon returned to Ireland, his native country, and purchased a large estate in the county of Wicklow. He tbe« sent for his adopted child and her husband, who obeyed the summons; and not long after their arrival he died, be­ queathing to them the whole of his property. Some of the Scotch relatives of the surgeon now claim the property. W ithin the last two o r three weeks three persons have ar­ rived in Liveapool from Australia, whe have been brought over specially aa w it­ nesses in the case, if they sliculd be re­ quired. The will of the doctor is diputed, as in the document the lady ia treated as his child. sequence. T H E C H A R I T Y A P P R O P R I A T I O N S . An act passed in May, making ap­ propriations to charitable institutions, ippropriates to orphan asylums, Homes for Friendless, Ac., $150,000. The hospitals of the State aro to receive $75,000. All of the above institutions are required to report to the Comp­ troller as to their operations, pursuant to chapter 119 of the laws of 1864. lllanks will be furnished to such insti­ tutions as come within the provisions P E O P L E A N D T H I N 0 8 . — E rnestine L. Roee haa gone to Europe. —H u e ory—th e blondes and t h e talk about them . — Telegram. — M adam e Rachel’s lay in her captivity — “ O, blam e n o t t h e b a r r ’d !”— Judy. -F r a n c i s of A u s tria is a perfect dearie at billiards. - Id a G reeley goes toi wom an suffrage. She insists on her f a ther’s r ig h t to vote. —A- L. O. E ., a lady of E n g land, is Miss C h a rlotte Tucker. —F e r r a n ti has rheum a tism , which is s im ­ ply absurd. —C a r lotta P a t ti i tlie coming vocalist. Foreign critica are w.*d over her progress. — A d a W e b b w ill s tam p th e W e s t a g a inst woman suffrage. — Prof. H u x ley has w r itten for th e Fori- n 'vjhlty a slashing article on Compte. - Bism ark has sent tw o of his boy8 to Oxford. —O n ly th ree N e w Orleans person? r e turn incomes of $30,000 a n d over. —T h e Spanish authorities persist in say­ ing t h a t t h e C u b a n revolution is all over. So i t is—all over C u b a .— N . Y . Express. - M iss Phelps, authoress of “ G a te s A jar,” ia very sick. She w ill issue t h e next edition on t h e o ther side. —G r a n t should have rem e m b e red ere a p ­ pointing Sickles t h a t Isabella is no longer Queen of Spain .— N e w Orleans Pic. - Louis Nap. w a n ts women e n franchised. 'T'vaa j u s t a w jm atily prcsqjice, A n influence u e x p r c it, B u t a rw c th e bad worn, i*|i my gntve »*il W ere m o re th a n long ,i(* a i . h th* re«t 1 T w « s a sm ile, ’tw as a tfarnient’s r u ( tle, T w a s n thinjr t h a t I can phraae. Lu» th e whole d u m b d w e l l g grow conseioc A n d put on h e r looks and w av*. W ere i t m ine 1 w o 'ild ct sc- th e shuttere. Like lids when t h e life is fl d, A nd th e f u n e ral tire »h- u ld wind it, This corpse of a hom e th a t is dead. F o r i t died t h a t autum n uinm inj' W hen she, it* soul, *• a» fi' rue To he all dark on t h e hillside T h a t looks over woodlanft and earn. — r. u Such votes as he gives th e F rench people tion of lay delegation. ° 1 have been heard from so f a r. R E L I U 1 I 9 U K . France Las a is toen Yimng Men’s C h ris­ tian Associations w o rking earrestly for the propagation of genuine (.’hristianity. Fiffcy-six livings in thi? C h u rch of E n g ­ land are in tho gift of i”athohc peeia, and m a n y m o re in the g ift' of Catholic com ­ moners. I t is e s tim a ted t h a t it costs th e M e thodist m inisters a million of d o llars for moving e x ­ penses in going from one apj•ointm ent to jMiQther each year. I t is reported in soine of th e English papers t h a t Dr. Pusey, th e H igh Church leader, has been found to be a real J e s u it priest. T h e revelation <*omes from a J e s u it p riest on t h e C o n tinent. T h e Episcopaleans of K e n tu c k y have in ­ augurated a new system, of church exten­ sion, em p loying tw o evangelists to labor in d e s titu te places and to di^ m u C i of the work of a M e thodist traveling preacher. E ighteen in fav* r to one against is the vote of M e thodist Philadelphia o n th e ques- N ineG e n churches w o u ldn't h u r t th e women. —Jen n y LirlS is going to t r y and p o p u lar­ ize 44 R a t h ,” her husband’s unsuccessful of th e act, which should be filled out | oratorio. She will sing it in Hambnrg. and filed on or before October 1, 1869. These appropriations are a part of the expenses of the y^ar, and will be paid j — L y d ia Thom p son having satisfied th e public t h a t she does n o t dye h e r hair, is 1 n o w t r y in g to prove t h a t s h e does not pad her iegs. in accordance with tho law, probably j — A n o ther of tim e 's revenges—G eneral MR. MATCH AMD THS ARGUE < >ur rem ark a few days ago th a t we had been assured by Mr. H a tch that the Constiutional Amendment pro­ posed last W inter, authorizing a loon o f $10,(100,000, 44 contemplated in his in­ tention” the conversion o f the present canal debt so as to enable a redaction of tolls, has been taken advantage of by the Albany Argu* to give an u nfair turn to the discussion of the subject. The phrase we employed did not, per- hH * . represent Mr. Hatch’s aition quite correctly. He tains that the luring the winter of 1869-70. In ad­ dition to the above, $50,000 are appro­ priated to the charity day schools of the State, which will be divided on the 1st proximo. The blank forms for these reports have been distributed. Tub New York Thnes favors a propo 3ition that the women should them ­ selves decide by vote w hether they de­ sire female suffrage. Th°y can do it w ithout anybody’s permission. The J ’/y-te suggest* that the leading advo­ cates of female ,D “ F S*™1 State, appoint a time when women shall deposit their ballots, at given places, in that State. I t should he pro­ vided that, in any State w’here the ex ­ periment may be tried, a majority of all the women of proper ago shall at least take trouble enough to cast their votes one way or other, before judg­ ment is given. T he people of Louisiana, or a portion of them , are seeking at the h a n d s of tho law redress of grievances. Several suits have recently been brought be­ fore the United States Supreme Court at New Orleans by citizens, to recover damages in cases of loss inflicted by moba The plaintiffs in presenting their cases depose th a t these mobs are composed of members of the K n Klux Klan. The amount of th e claim s^hus far presented is nearly 922,000. Quincy A . G illm o re has been ordered to Savannah to superintend repairs upon F o rt Pulaski, w h ich seven years ago he battered down. —Good c h ildren in G e rm a n y are collect- j ing old postage stam p s, w h ich th e i r mis- aionariee are to sell to th e Chinese, taking pay in Chinese girls for baptism .— b o s to n P o d . — A fat a n d a t h in m an in N ashville were joking each other about size, w h e n a quar­ rel arose. T h in m an sliced fat m an in two. R e sult—tw o dead thin men, and one other m an to be m ade dead after a trial. —W e suppose th e r e can be no dd&bt khat Mr. Booth, some tim e w ithin th e last six < m o n ths, m a rried M iss M c Y icker. A a e v e ry- ■ th ing is safe, therefore, w ill th e newspapers 4rop t h e subject? '*'• h im self and thousands iy t of a necessary »nd effect of the P°- m a in - opention proposed amendment n i to place it in the power of th e L e g is la ture to conrert and ex­ tend th e exieting canal debt, ao ae to release th e c a n a l revenue* from the con­ stitutional pledgee w h ich now compel th e continued im p o a ition o f tolls, and th a t th a refunding suggeated b y the Arp ae can b a reached i n no other way th a n b y an am e n d m e n t f i a u e d i n auh- rtaatiaD y t h a sam a ta n a s aa th a t w h ich a S e t w h ich th a A r g u t careful s e t to a to ba mention. Tha Ian. T h e Secretary of the Chamber o f Commerce of St. Paul**is engaged in preparing some statistics of the immi. gration into Minnesota this season. H e computes that the immigration for five months would average 200 per day by steamboats, 150 by rail, and 500 by wagons, making 154,500 altogether for that period. T he negro-suffrage experiment is begin ning to bnng forth its natural fruits, in scenes of riot and bloodshed.— N . Y . World. O f w h at suffrage experiment, then, shall we conclude th a t the scenes of riot and bloodshed now and then oc- curing in New York city are natural fruits? T h e London Tirze* concludes its discussion of the Alabama question in tbe light o f Laird’s letter w ith an ad­ mission th a t the English 44 law left a 44 great deal unprovided for.” L I T E R A R T . For twenty-eight years Mr. R. H. Daaa’s 44 Two Years bsfoce th e M ast ” has been one ef the most popular and widely reed of American hotels. The copyright hee now reverted to the writer, end Messrs. Field, 0*N®od A Co. publish a new edition, hav­ ing an interesting feature in the ehape of aa account of a visit m a d . b y Mr. Dana a few years ago, to the scenes of t t e original n ar­ rative. Many will re-read it w ith new Two more volumes of the Thackeray have been issued by Fields, Os­ good A Co. The edition is t t e meet pope, lor y e t waned in this country . a a C o tta, “ Carleten,” of tt e Beaten J o t — I, hee p u t bis experiences a f Asiatic tre e d inle b a te form, m l M e a n Field, ft Co. have era* three forth in pleas*.- — Mr. G u p p y of others) acknow ledges th e challenge from Jam e s Robinson to ride him harp back or w ith pad for $10,000. M r. G. prefers a horse. —A H e le n a paper greets M r. A s h ley on his a p p e arance in M o n tana w ith th e cheer­ ful rem a rk th a t eith e r he m u s t have the poor st m em o ry of any m a n living, or he is one of th e g r e a test liars of th e age. —G u p p y ’s com p lim e n ts to C. P ., our lively W e stern contem p o rary. G. alw ays gives c redit for your good things. Is i t ex­ actly square to s a y “a Buffalo paper says, h e ., 4c?” W h a t o th e r Buffalo paper ever said anything you th o u g h t good enough to quote? — A young K e n tucky couple re­ cently m ade a successful elopem ent. Soon a fter an officer w a s sent in pursuit, and arriving a t t h e hotel w h e re th e y were stopping, found them snug in bed. H e ex­ plained his errand, w h e n th e young lady said, w ith a ringing laugh: “ T e ll m a it’s too late Snuggle np, W ill, and don’t get out of bed for him .”— Ex. — I n Philadelphia the m easuring worm s \re actually on th e increase, w h ile th e sparrow s are decreasing, and th e Press tain k s t h a t instead of th e birds eating np the worm s the worm s have eaten u p the birds, w h ich is the first good thing th e Press has said in a year. —The Cincinnati Commercial to Chandler, a f for Berope, greeting ; “ Hail aad Fare­ well ! May prosperous gales press in the shoulder of his aaiL We will n o t wish h i m health, for a wan who has so often been 4 half sere over ’ must, by this time, have pretty good legs, and no end of stomach.” —W e oaa imagine one of Napoleon’s vet­ erans gasing with curious eyes a t the arm- lere aad legless veterans who turn the hand organa e t e a r street comers, end — in w h a t b attle they obtained such a remarka­ ble reward of v alor. I t might surprise him to find th a t the hand-organs are not supplied by the W ar Department, and th a t no em­ ployment under Government oonld be fur­ nished to our disahled veterans so long as Coogreawnrn continued to have such wide ciitdesbf kindred.— Imperials*. —A New Yerk paper m y : /W iliam H. Beard is painting, re e nnaipeuire subject to tbe “ O ld Woman W h o Lived in a Shoe,” m eq bally humorous 4GalbvoFe Foot.” The riew of t t e plare in freed of the palace of tho Lityputs. In th e centre of tho court tt e artist h as drawn » huge left foot oom- dqwa, r e ia the eel of walking, the right foot aad body of th e great Gulliver net ttow iag on t t e caavos. From thia ap- paritioA of a foot the tiny inhabitants are flying I t is said t h a t a good ciany of th e C h i­ nese in our country ate m o inbersof the C a tholic Church, iu Sjin Franowco, F a ­ th e r Y&lentini, a pnej*t who has been at H o n g K o n g , C h ina, as a missionary, for a num b e r ot years, is lookin'; after th e ir spiritual w a n ts in California. T h e Am e rican C h u ich U n ion (High C h u rch Episcopa') has resolve.i to promote th e practice of “ a t le«st w e ekly c e lebra­ tions of t h e H o ly Euchaj ist,” and also to mem o rialize th e next f:ieneml Convention th a t i t be m ade obligatory to em ploy the Nicene creed in public worship. T h e re exist near the b«<rdorf of Liberia, and thence ah indetinuie distance inland, villages a n d tribes ot negroes, who speak, read and w rite A rabic/ D i. Livingstone lias been among friendly A rabs near the Zambesi. H e traveled w ith Arabic in ter­ preters all through ceut*al Mid southern Africa. These tribes are superior in cul­ tu r e and civilization to surrounding peo­ ples. They profecs the rel gion of M o ­ hamm ed, m inus much o]’ its bigotry and intolerance. They are spreading th is re ­ ligion by preaching amjl conquest through an uoknow n region of the interior of t h a t continent. T h e election returns *a far as reported, show a large m a jonty of votes in fayor of lay representation. In one l i l t j u s t p rinted in The M ethodist , *mt of J’orty'tive churches representing all s^ctionij of th e country, oiuy pine give a m a jority agai.iat Lay Dele- m _ gat'on, out of a total for th e forty-five of ’f>9 v o tes th e num b er i|a favor is to ‘ 1 aari^g t th e m a jority' being 843. The oi/v. _ th e senior mem- venerable * tinuc* ber of th e MuthouiSt. pressed him self in favor oi thi: s c a ­ the following t r u e letter, .addressed to a lay­ m a n in this c it y : S pr t n ofieli *, O,, J u .ie 3, 1869. C o u n t m e in for lay -deljgatu .n. . T . A . M o r r i s . The M ethodist publisher a t the head of one of its pAges a fac sim ile engraving of th is characteristic note. . T h e . Bishop has also w r itten a note t e an oppc n e n t of lay delegation, saying: “ I beiiong to a class of nine men, Bishops, who have no v o te in a n y conference, Q u a rterly Council or General. If 1 had a vote I should cast it in favor of Lay D e le g ation.” T h e .Bishops have not spoken c o llectively on the. q u e stion, as they d id in 1869, b u t sevend others besides E E K A & X A B L E CASE. A W o m a n H * p p a > c d t o b e D e a d C r e a t e s a N i d s l g h t P a n i c . | F rom t h e J e w Y o rk S ar. J u n e 2.J One of the m o st rem a rkable instances of restored anim a tion w h ich has ever taken place in t h is city occurred on Sunday night last in V a rick street, near McDoug&l, th e particulars of w h ich are as follows: A n aged lady nam e d Rebecca Townsend, who has been ailing for several w eeks past, expired, as w as supposed, on Sunday m o rn­ ing last. T h a t s h e really w as dead no one who saw h e r for a m o m e n t hesitated to be­ lieve. T h e set eyeballs, th e rigid lim b s and t h e apparent c e s s a t i . o f respiration, all pointed to th e supposed fact t h a t death had come to th e relief of t h e invalid. A ccordingly, on Sunday th e sorrow ing household, a c ting on th ia belief, commenced m a k ing preparations for th e burial of the body. A burial perm it w as obtained, a coffin ordered, an d th e rem ains were tem ­ porarily laid o u t upon th e bed in w h ich the old lady was supposed to have died, and th e services of a w a tcher (a young female residing in a neighboring house) w ere secur­ ed to atten d th e b dy during Sunday night. A b o u t 11 o’clock on Sunday evening the m em b ers of th e household retired, leaving the w a tcher alone t o her disagreeable task As th e young lady states, she became drow ­ sy about 2 o’clock in th e m orning, and en sconcing herself in an arm chair, a s h o rt distance from th e corpse, B o o n fell into a doze. She had not s lept al>ove an hour, when she w as a w a k e n e d by a low, moaning sound, w h ich apparently issued from tb t couch upon w h ich lay th e supposed corpse S tartled by th e strange noise, th e w a tc h er im m ediately sprang from her c h a ir a n d ap­ proached th e bed for th e purpose of ascer­ taining th e cause of t h e m y sterious sounds. A t this m o m ent th e noise suddenly ceased. There lay th e corpse ju s t as the watcher had left i t oue hour before, th e eyes s till iD death, th e lim b s s till rigid, and not a sign of life visible. Believing t h e sounds w h ich she fancied she h a d heard w ere b u t fancies c o n jured up by the uncom fortable position in which she was placed, t h e w a tcuer returned to her seat a n d resum e d h e r nap. She h a d not re­ m ained in th is position more th a n half an hour when she w as a g ain a roused b y a sound sim ilar te those which hail previously alarm e d her. A g a in she sprang from hex chair anil approached th e bedside, when, oh horror of horrors! her eyes m e t th e w a n ­ dering gaze of t h e supposed corpse. Could it be possible t h a t she w a s dreaming? She passed her hands to her eyes to convince herself t h a t she did not sleep. Slowly the eyes of t h e c orpse commenced rolling in their sockets, th e m u scles of th e face r e lajed , tbe jaw s contracted, and as th e tilmy eyeballs rested upon th e c o u n tenance of t b e appalled w atcher, th e y appeared to en tr e a t th e wo- m au to come to her relief. H o rror riveted th e w a tcher to the spot. She attem p ted to scream for assistance, but her tongue refused her utterance. A s she continued to gaze upon the living corpse, the arm s began to move a n d th e right hand was slowly lifted to th e m o u th as if the corpse im p lored drink. The corpse next commenced assum ing an upright position, and, finally, after an effort of several m in­ utes, sat bolt upright in l>ed. This last m o vem ent proved too m uch for the nerves of th e fright-stricken watcher, and, staggering from th e bedside, she fell fainting on th e floor. The noise occasioned by the fall awoke the inm a tes of t h e house, w h o hastened to the room. T h e re sat th e woman s till u p ­ right in bed, a t th e foot of w h ich lay the convulsed form of th e terror-stricken w atcher. Discovering th e s tate of affairs, the house­ hold im m e d iately dispatched a servant for the nearest physician, who shortly after arrived upon th e scene, aud by due applica­ tion of restoratives succeeded iu reviving the supposed corpse sufficiently to enable her to respire freely. The w atcher, by thi adm inistration of th e proper restoratives, was, after m uch difficulty, also restored to consciousness, b u t her nerves received a shock which w ill probably tell upon her constitution u n til h e r dying day. She avows she w ill never again serve as a w a tcher of a corpse, a n d no wonder a t it. V I O L f e T E Y E S . HT SDMI A'D C. STZDMAV O - e etui e» e r q u i t / forget E e» like j o u r s M a r M a rgaret. Eve* of d ewy violei! N o thing like thenfi M -rjraret. S«ve t h e blowom* wwly bom Of th e May a n d of the M orn, o f t m y m- m o ry w a n d e n t hack To tho?e burninar e y e s a n d black, WiiiMC hc:'t litfhtnliiK* uni.e could nmv Me to passion, n o t to love; Lontre in m y h e a r t of heart*. Linger those disg■****• d art*, W h ich betim e s , a.hazel pair Used upon u e unaw a re. A n d t h e wise a n d ! eDder ip a y — Eyes w h e re ith a «. n t m itfht pray. Speak of phdire* tfU t e n d u re. A n d o f f a ith and vi*ila pure; B u t f o r h u u w o f r i n would know All th e fire th e fire, c n show , A 1 th e a r t , o r friendship fast. Of th e second a r d ti e lant— A n d would ga n a s u b t le r w o rth. T a rt of U e a v e n , l o r t of E a r th - H e tb & e m ingled ray* can find In b u t « n e Im m o r b l kind, Iu those eye* of violet, Iu y o u r e y es. May ^Margare t ! ( i a m b l l n ' t I n G e r m a n ) - . [F rom th e (.ondon T e legraph.] T h e gaming tab l is are th e chief object of interest a t Baden w ith m a n y ;- a n d really i t pity it should be so— for th e tables bring th e crowds. A t H o m b u r g o r Monaco they are not so m u ch in th e w a v . I had ignorantly'supposed t h a t of gam ing a t B a ­ den th e r e was an «nd. T h e fact is, one rouge-et-noir t a b le and tw o roulette tables in full swing e< e n as 1 w rite. I should say t h a t fifty or sixty people round any table is about th e ^maximum I have seen They appear t o m f to be m a inly old m en and young boys, a i d three o r four of t h e old men w ith the ineffaceable gam e ster’s m ark upon th e ir brow. A s y e t th e y do n o t seem to play very high : for a thousand francs won o r lost is about as far as th e y have gone w h ile I have been w a tching t h e i r pro­ ceedings. Y o u n g sters, w h o look like G e rm a n s t u ­ dents from H e id e f »erg, come in e ight o r ten together, and, after a good d e a l of w h isper ng, K a rl or Fran* risks a five franc piece. E P I C U L M r n c K H . * B llrer. fo r Btoriiag. ■ sg n ^ GORHAM M ANUFACTURING COM P A N Y , Provideno*, R. I . , STER L IN G SIL V E R W A R E , •ad N IC K E L S IL V E R PLA T E D W ARE. O rders received from th e tra d e only, b u t thoi good* m a y b e obtained f r o m responsible dealer* e j A s u n n c u . g T O N E _ WALK ON TH E NORTH t *8J “ LT “ B E O F N IE T H ISTXEET a e i* hereby giv-n th a t scaled proposal* will he re e t r e r f a t U a eflfea of t h e Sw e e t Commmkmer if . l t l h to s t., a i lo o'clock A. M .. fo r l atone ad*w a lk • la s t wid* a a th* , tU e o f H n t h a . . U i w e e J p U s m h ^ Jerseyentey *1*.t ALEXANDER BRUSH, constructing * ■ nwr<h e a ste rly ti. nia and J t Buffalo, J u n e 4, l a ® . iLCt A ORE AT p o liti/al r e v o lution was eccom p lfehed by th e electi-tn of G r a n t, A l a rev o lution i f tau n t use aocial im p o rtance has b e e n i f f e c te d by t h e genera su b s titution of t h a t p u r e a n d harm less preparation. GR18TADORO*B EXCELSIOR H A IR D I E, for th e deadly c o m p o u n d of lead aud brim s tone, of w h L h , a c c o rding to the J o u r n a l o f C h e m istry and th e Medical Gazette, m o re th a n th i r t y varieties have been foisted upon t h e public ! C h ristadorn’s Dye ij th* only one t h a t ba* been a n ily z e d ; and Professor C h ilton, ( v e r his own signature, declare* t h - t It is p e rfectly wholesome. CHRISrADORO’8 ILUR PR SERYATIYE, as a D tesinjr, act* like a c h irm on th e H a ir after Dyeing. T i y i t . 8old by a il d ruggist*. dec Iiii’ORTANT F act —We sec that |>ersot* of strong constitutions and young suffer for day* with pain of the I<mbs, loss of *pj-elite and fever, who sud­ denly g<t we I a fter a choi c . followed by slim y , bil­ ious sto Is. I h e relief produced by these evacua tioas were the original guide to th e idea and practi.-e of purgation, and w h ich, when enforced by B R A N D R E T H ’S PILLS, alw ays benefit*, usually curt*, and often prevent* d isei-e, e specially Scarlet Fever a n d diseases of sim i­ lar ch a r a .ter. I. L C ook, publish e r of th e S ta te B a n n e r , B e n ’ n ington, V t., sa>s K randreth's Pills cured him of Dyspepsia, a fter b ti n g afflicted w ith i t o v e r flve years. H is f r ends a n d doctor* c.-nddered his recovery im- pomibl ; b i.t six boxes of B ru u irc'.h 's Pill-, restored his h e a lth perfectly A young lady of M o u n t P leasant was sorely tro u ­ bled w ith ta p e w o rm . A ll advice and m e d icine fa led to help her. She had no rest. T h in, care­ w o rn and unhappy, s h e looked th e p ictu r e of m isery A t last she c included t o try B r a n d r c th ’s Pills. Ir one y e a r s h e took seventy-tw o t e x t s . 'I hey brou g h t aw a y , a c c o rding to h : r com p u tati -n, ov*r tw o h u n ­ dred yards of tajie-w o rm . A t len g th all her bad rnptom s left h e r ; she si p t ar.d ate natu r a lly , a n d h e r health becam e fu ly restored. dac T i n N a t i o n a l T r u s t C o a r a n t , oi t h e city of New Y o re, 830 Broadway C a p ital ONE M ILLIO N DO I. LARS. C h a rtered by th e S tate. D a rius R. Man g am , P resident. Jam e s M e rrill, Secretary. Receives de- posits a n d allows F o u r P e r C e n t. In terest o n all daily a c c o r d i n g t o h i s f a n c y , o n o d d o r e v e n , r e d j balances, s u b ject to check | t sight. Special Deposit- ARSENIC EAIING. A u s t r i a Bishop M o rris are counted on to support th e r ights of th e laity in ( h is m a tter. P a t T h a t R a s c a l O a t . W h ile t h e congregation w ere c o llected at church, on a certain occasion, nn old, dark, hard-featured, skin au d ’ bon-': individual was w e n d ing his w ay op th e aisle, and tak in g his s e a t near th e pglpit.’ T h e offici­ ating m inister was one 4;f t h a t class who detested w r itten sermons, and as for prayers he th o u g h t th e y oug^it to be n a t ­ ural outpourings of the h f e r t . A f ter sing ing was concluded, th e y w t-e, as usual, called to prayer. The geoius we have in­ troduced did not kneel,’ bu; leaned his head devotionally upon his pew. The m inister b e g u n by s a y in g : 4‘F a th e r of all, in evi*ry age, b y saint and savage a d o red—” “ Pope!” said a low b u t clear voice near old hard-features. T h e m inister, after c a sting an indignant look in th e direction of (the voice, contin­ ued : 44 W h ose t h rone sitte th on th e adam a n ­ tin e hills of Paradise—” 44 M ilton ! ” again in teiru p t^d t h e voice. T h e m inister’s lips q o ir e r e c f o r a mo­ m e n t, b u t recovering himqalf be began : 44 W e t h a n k Thee, m o 4 igrac;oas F a th e r , th a t we are perm itted ona’e m ore to assem ­ ble in T h y name, w h ile' others, equally m eritorious, b u t less favored, have been e a r n e d beyond t h a t bource from 'w h ich no trav e ler r e turns- ” 44 S h a k speare ! *' again inte/rupeed the Pott aaya that Mr. Thoa. was om of tho jurym ea ia < h . t r a j a f W .a«t ar far U a u t e W Or. P a r k a a a , aad tha oaljr o a a ■ Baaratt aa th a t joiy. l a a Tiiil ia l ot Boataa a t t t » tfah’.a a d o a a o l i t o a a o o t aaapaoWdo oiti- a < a v H o h a a a o t o h a a » d h i p » a » i a » g a i t * t h a J a a M o . o f * . , , * 1* h , ^ This w a s too m uch. 44 l*ut sh a t impu­ d e n t rascal mit,” shouted the minister. 44 Original ejaculate*! the voiee, in the same calm but provoking:’:niauntx. R o n a a a t l e C o s e o f A 4 * ) ( i « a . f f r o m th e London Globe. | Some remarkable litigation is expected to result from a case whic,* has. just been brought to light in Liverpool. It is said to arise o a t of the disputed succession to some heritable property in I re la i d , legt by a gen­ tleman in that country I o a lady and her husband, not long sines returned from Aus­ tralia. The story is singular, if not roman­ tic. Forty years ago a stonemason named M cIntyre left Glasgow te fettle in Dublin. There he married a yousg woman named McGee, of humble birth. A year or two af­ terw a rd M cIntyre and h ’s wife, accompa­ nied by their daughter, w a it to Australia. A t th a t time the only Sneaas of access to the colony was by tranuport ships, con­ voying convicts from this country, and those vrnmls. in addition:® the eonvieta. ksianally carried a few passengers. In one of these ships M clntirre and his wife an d dsnghter embarked, fn the course of thi: voyage t t e enigm a's wjfe. who had no fam ily, took a B e n t h k ii g t o :M cIntyre's U tile girL The ship was m < k e d , McIn­ tyre, his wife, and the surgnon’f lady being P r c r a l r n r c o f t h e P r a r l i r e i a u d H u n g a r y . [Uorrefpondencaj o f Uic New York E v e n ing P i - t . ] K rax k v u r t- o n t h k MAJS. GkftRAKY, I May -iiiih. lBGU. i A short tim e ago publie curiosity was excited by th e inform ation t h a t a large cask containing o v er a hundred pounds of arsenic had been stolon from a governm ent chem i­ cal m a n u factory in H u n g a ry, and, naturally enough, a large increase in the num b e r of | sujcidee atui accidents! poisoning ■’ —*«Ut by m any ^ouiti J»u «hqwn in \ l 38 ' *1*‘C5ent year. A rew a rd the s tatistics oi u ic * ... , for tlio discovery of the t h i e v .: ' r “ offered by t h e authorities, b u t of n o avail, and .1'“ probability i*, if we m a y beltove th e state­ m e n t of a V ienna medical gentlem a n , a Dr. Lewy, t h a t all th e poisonous m a terial has long been consumed. T h is gentlem a n relates, in th e X e u s Frcio Presse oi N ienna, stories about whole colonies of arsenic-eaters living in Francis Joseph’s dom inions; besides which, the feeding of h o rses w ith arsenic is a very com­ m on practice, both in A u s tria and H u n ­ gary; a n d , betw e en th e agencies, th e cask of a rsenic has d o u b tless long since been c on­ sumed, w ith o u t producing any very alarm ­ ing results. A n a rsenic fed horse, as is well known to horse dealers, has an appearance of great vitality and stren g th ; i t has a good appe­ tite ; i ts s k in is sm o o th and fine; froth flows from h i t m o u th in abundance, while its eyes are glowing and fiery. T h e arsenic is given to it eith e r in th e shape o f powder strew n among th e hay, or i t is t ied in a small linen bag to t h e bit. The buyer ot such a horse is liable to be greatly deceived in his bargain, an d if th e poison be not given to th e anim a l as before, th e m o st careful grooming an d n u tritious keeping cannot prevent from becoming emaciated th e muacles beconm slack, th e eyes dull,, th e jo in ts shaky, and in a s h o rt tim e a real skeleton has tak e n th e place of the pre­ viously beautiful horse. B y regular feed­ ing w ith th e arsenic, how ever, th e snim al becomes accustom e d to large qu a n tities of it. • T u rning to hum a n arsenic-eaters, Dr. Lewy says th a t in Syren and Bohemian p a r ts of th e Riesenge, th e r e are families in w h ich from tim e imm emorial the h a b it of arsenic-eating has been transm itted from father t o son. T h e se people are alw ays very silent a b o u t th e i r m ania, and only by m ere accident can one become a c q u ainted w ith th e i r perverted appetite. Like the horses, th e arsenic-eaters are strong and h e a lthy looking, having finely blended deli­ cate skin, w h ich is free from every kind of pim p les a n d insects, a n d rem a rkably e x e m p t from eruptive diseases. These people learn th e h a b it in th e ir earliest youth, w h e u about a q u a rter of a grain of w h ite arsenic (oxide of arsenic) m eas­ ured by th e eye, is taken daily, t h e dose is gradually increased w ith th e age, and a n old arsenic-eater w ill o n ly feel c o m fortable w hen he has t a k e n a t least tw o or three grains daily. T h e y assert t h a t t h e poison keeps them sp rig h tly and healthy; th a t it pro­ tects them sgainst aU c h ronic diseases; t h a t th e y have, especially after taking it, a ver> agreeable feeling a b o u t th e cheat; breathe freely, an d have a good appetite. P h y s ­ icians w n o are called in to tre a t such a r ­ senic-eating patients, w ithout first being inform e d of t h e habit, are liable t o h a v e u n ­ pleasant results. Incredible dotes of m ed­ icam e n ts, as antim o n y , m ercury, and such like, m ay be a d m inistered w ithout produc­ ing t h e desired effect, while narcotic rem e ­ dies produce sym p tom s to tally indifferent from those observed w ith non-araenic-eating patients The effect of taking away tbe arsenic from aa habitual arsenic-eater is sim ilar to that produced by the sadden deprivation of opium, tobacco o r spirita, only the effect ia far more intense. The pcreoc thus deprived of hia stim ulant becomes melancholy, ill- of a a intestinal catarrh _ _ i a way that wall balasve he is ohearving a earn The eafy or black. If he wins, he perseveres. 1 have seen a lad of th is sort win his tw o hands full of five-franc pieces; 1 h a v e never seen oue leave th e room w ith th e m oney he bad a t firet g ained. T h e y w ill p lay on. A gentlem a n last Right won five hundred tranca at a coup, utd w a lked out. There goes a m au w ith s ime brains in his head, I said to m yself. I d a few m inutes he was hack again, s tudy ng th e figures ou t h e rou­ lette table w ith napoleons, according te some system p r o lably. H is original gain soou disappeared, and as m u ch m ore from his o w n stores. W h e u he p u t his last n a ­ poleons on t h e tw o zeroes, and th e ball was rolling round, I could ju s t see a nervous tw itch of h is forehead. I t w e n t wrong— the pitiless rake s w e p t in his last napoleons —he turned on hi I heel a n d disappeared. A s a contrast te; this, you w ill see a m e r ­ ry English boy, if a set of ditto ’s, run and throw dow n his fi Ve-franc piece anyw h ere, he has no syste-u. H e loses, bursts out laughing, and vanishes. W e ll for him ! A lady here last r i g h t w e n t on playing w ith varied luck for about an hour; w h e n she had lost all, her face was th e very picture of quiet despair. Behind th e chair upon which she had lost ber m oney she stood w a tc h ing t h e others a t play, or rather, as I suppose reflecting uncom fortably on con­ sequences. A gentlem a n presently came up, and gave lw r some more m oney. She sat down again; but, oh, how cautious she was th is tim e ! She pricked the card for ten m inutes a t least, w a ited till red turned up three tim e s running, and a lucky player had s taked a mass of Napoleons upon the recurring chance. She risked a five-franc piece; i t was all rig h t; she kept i t there. There w as a run vpon th e red. H e r stake went on doubling till she could s tan d i t no longer, and raked in a mass of silver—her face from w h ite was red. There was no m istake, “Rouge (Jayne, couffar j>erd.” '1 h e n there was a little bald man, who seems to me s teadily to lose, b u t who, when he has laid down th e gold, w a lks away a s tep or tw o from th e table, and tu rn s aside till the croupier announces results. 1 wonder w h a t t h a t m a n ’s e n d will be. S P K L .\O T M Efi A W ord to HoR*s*h.v Dr. T oughs ' c e l e b r .ttd VENETIAN H O h S E LIN IM E N T has t e e n test- d by th< first II--r.icnien i n t h 's c o u n try, and proved to t e niKx-rior t • any other. The id e ‘D ram W oodruff, of \ r o ttin z fam e , w a i never with >ut a t e t t i e in his st; Lie. It is also u eJ by Colonel Bush, o f t h e J e rom e J*ark C o urse, at Fordham , N.Y. who haa over t w e n ty^unninfr h o -ses u-ider h i* care, amonc: which rank om e ef t h e finest in A m e ri a, it is w a rranted to cu re lame: e.-s, s p ra ns, scratches, b r u :se«, g a lji, <-uts, wind s a il <,cohc, s o re th r o a t, nail in th e foot, and ove: -heating, wheu used according to direciioni. All wh-- o'«m o r tm p lo y horses arc assured th a t this L inim e n t will do all. If n o t m o re, in curing the above na ncd c o m p la ints. No h rsenced d ieof cMic, !f . w hen first tak e n , th e L inim e n t is used aec -rdmg to th e direct'ons. A lways have a nottle ia y o u r staM e. . I*rke, in pin t fcotfile«, i l . The ger u fne is sign-'d S. I. Tobias on t h e outside w rapper. F o r sale by tiie druggists, saddler- afid storekeepers th r o u g h o u t th e UnilC:! !'ta*es D e p o t, 10 I’a r k I‘lace,N . Y. dac B a tciik lo b 's H a i r T)rm.—This splendid H a ir Dye a> t h e h u ;t in th e wo Id ; tho only tru e and p rfect D y e ; harm less, rettU g u , in s tan tan e o u s ; no disap- p y i a t m e n t ; no n d culous tin t s ; rem taues tb e ill effects of Lad d y e s ; yivigorates and leaves th e H a ir so f t and bek'J’d u i biaek o r brow n . Sold by all Druggist* and P e rfum e rs, a n d property applied a t th e W ig Factory. Ifl Bond s t r e e t. K Y Scixxcz A dvanced .—A i soon ing t o be of u tility for six m o n th* o r m o re m ay t e m a d e a t flve per cent. The c a p ital of One m illion D o llars is divided am o n g over flve hun d r e d shareholders, c om p rising m a n y gentl-m c n of large w e a lth and financial ex­ perience, who are also personally liable to depo«i to r s for all obligation* of t h e Com p a n y to double th e am o u n t of t h e i r capital stock. A* th e N a tiona T rust Com pany receives deposits in largo o r small am o u n ts , a u d perm its them to t e draw n as a whole o r in p a t t by check a t sight and w ith o u t notice, allow ing in te r e s t on all daily balances, parties throu g h o u t th e country can keep accousits in thi* In s titution w ith special advantages of security, con- eenlrnee a n d profit. dac O rnahsstal aad U skkcl —Buy only SILV E R T IP P E D SH O E S FOR CH ILD R E N . Will outw e a r t h r e e pairs w ithout tip* D i tcukr ’ s Dead Shot for Bed-Bu^s. D u tcher's L ightning F ly Killer, dac Sold by D rugzista (veryw h e re. an article p u r p -it te e n Wilted, a n d Us m e rits endorsed by public opinion, u i p d n c i j led parties en d e a v .r t o r e p lenish sheir d e p leted pur.ee by c o u n ter­ feiting an d subfttitifting a *purionz f o r a genuine article, to m e tim e o ince, m e rcury, in t h e diguise.of pills, paw.Jers, etc ., **ss g iven fo r all d i ea.se* of th e stom a c h and liver, while qu in 'n e w a i freely adm in­ istered f o r t b e chills. A t leng-b H 0 S T B T T E E S STOMACH B ITTERS m ade i t i advent, a n c an e n tire new system o f heal ing was inaugurated The beneficial effects of this valuable preparation was a t once a c k n o a ledged, and m ineral [loisoc* auffgrcd to sink into t h a t obacurity to w h ich an ( n iighflned age has co- signed them . T h e re have been m a r y sp u r o u s H itters p&lngd up n th e com m u n ity, whii h , a f te r tria l , have been found p e rfectly w o rthies*, w h le H O S T E T T k R '8 has proved a ble-sing t o ' h o u a a n d s, w ho owe to it th e ir restoration to healtn. F o r m a u y years we have w a tched th* s teady progress of H08TETTER*B STOMACH BITTERS in public estim a tion^ a n d its te n flcient effect* a s a cure, f o r a ll c o m p laints a rising from th e stom a c h of a m o rbid n a t u r e , a n d are free t o s»y t h a t i t can be relied upon a s a c e rtain reil-.-f an d rem e d y . J p rietors Lave m a d e t h e a b o v e preparation a f te r y e a rs of careful s tu d y a n d h t t i g, a n d are n o w reaping th e rew a rd cl u m e d by th is valuable specific, a n d which they so richly m e r it. I t ie th e only preparation of th e V ind th a t is reliable in all e w e s , a n d it therefore dem a n d * t h e * t«entiop of t b e a fflicted. Us. tU T A S ’s Kai^am o r W itD C u iasT .—F o r t n e car* o f C o u g h s, Col* 4 , Hoarsen*;*, A s thm a , Influ enaa, C -eup, W h o .jp'ig C o u g h , Bronch.ti-t, P rsdispo sition to Consumption f, Ac , Ac. T h is g r s a t rem e d y a.too w ell know n and ia per­ form ing too m u c h go id t o m a k e t t necessary to go into an elaborate d w ^ i'K o n of i t s m e rit*, h uffice it to rxy t h a t i t s till m a intains i u suprem a c y In curing diseases o f t h e m o s t n tetin s te character, and th a t oil w h o w f l g f r a n th * a b o ve c o m p laints, a f t e r hav lo g tested th is r e m e d y *eIdom h a v e occasion to resort to oth^rappR a n c e s to insure a perfect r e s toration to health. TESTIM ONY < 9 MR. P E T E R SHAW . W is t W i :tix l d , N. Y ., Dec. 10, Id® . M a n n a . S. W. F o w u k Sox, Boston: G e n tlem e n —D u -ing th e w inter o f I85S I was very ■u; h o a t o f h e a lt h , efficWrt w ith a very severs cough, p a in in t h e aid i a n d ian g s , a n d a general de­ pression of health t o t u c h o a ex t e n t or greatly to alarm m y self a n ( friends a s t o tb e resu lt. D u ring this tLuc I t r ie d »*v«i4l highly reeo a m e o d e d rem e­ dies. w ith little o r n o ; (ssult, and hod concluded to try th e eBect of a S o u th e r n clim a te upon my h e a t h ; h u t , before ta r r y in g th is resolution into affect, 1 wee induaed t y th* aernaet eoUcitairaa ai y o u r a g e n t, M r. H u n U j , to giv e D r. W ister'a Mai- of W ild C h e rry * t r aL I did so. a ^ d to m y t jo y found im a iedl—e and p e r m a n e n t relief by tb s us* o f only one brittle, a n d I m bow i n m good h e a lth a e e v e r. I b e i s r * y o u r M a m ooe e f th e ________ L E C A L N O T I C E S . _____ Q IT V O R D IN A N C E . IN COMMON C O U N C IL,) Buffalo, May 8 1 , lb ® . »\ Pcsolved, T h a t t h e Com m o n C o uncil o f t h e cHy RuHalo, by virtue of t h e pow e r a n d auth- rity vm 1. in i t i y th e ch a r ter of * id c-.ty, doe-, here -v am e n d ch a p ter 10 *>f t h e O rdinance of t h e City of Buffalo, by a d d ing t t e follow ing th e r e to as M i.tiou .10: See. 80 . W he ever a m a in *ewer sh i l l te con stru tte d in th e c ity of Duffa o th e |>erjntis c o n s truct ing t h e sam e -.hall p ace in such m ain sewvrs - t such i-oints as m ay t e d e i g n a te i l by th e Ci-y Surveyor not in->re th a n 25 feet a j a r t , tile dram p pe, ..r brick projecting a t least tw o feet from such m ain sewers, lo r tn e purpos.- of form ing connections tetw e e n such m a 'n sew e ts a n d lateral sewvr* leading into the sam e, and hereafter n • p« rson shall c - u n tr u e , any lateral sewer w ith any m a in sew e r construct, il as i.cipffi provided, esuept b y m eans o f such tile drain pipe or orlck, without, c o n sent o f th e Common C o n ­ d i ; such ti-e drain pipe, o r brick, shall t e o f such size as ihe City Surveyor shall dire t. Resolved, T h a t tlie C rm m o n Council of tlie c ity of Buffalo, by virtue of th e pow e r a n d au th o r 'ty vented in it by th e «b a r ter of s v d city, d o hereby anu-ud section » o f ch a p ter 2 o f th e Ordinance* of t t e City of Buffalo, so l i.ai th e sam e sh-dl read aa follows: See l». T h a t w h e n e v e r any person shall die wi b in th e ci y of Buffalo, i t shall be th e duty of t h e attend ng physician, if any, or tlie Coron-.r, when th e case c om es u n d e r Ids noiicc to f p n .b h after ap­ plication snail tte madv to bi n therefor, a certificate setting forth aa fur aa th e sam - can ho a scertained, to e full nam e, sex, a g e ,co lo r nd c o n d ition (wheth< r m a rried o r sin. le) of th e person deceased, a n d the cau-e and d.-te of d e a th ; and in ca*-: of n tu - u i l o r ii- g leet to comply with the r qoirem e n t* • f h ^ j - tlo n , such offender ';h»',' fwrieti tb e penalty of ten (*l\) dollars f o r each aud every offence. R m > 'v e d , Tr a t tb e C o m m -n Council of tb e city of B u ff.lo, by vjrt'-e of th - pow e r a n d au th o r ity iii it v e s te l by th e ch a r ter of a-d city d-> h r»bj -m e n d se<ti n 10 of ch a p ter 1 of th e <>rdlnanc * of •»id cUy, 0> adding th e reto th e follow ing paragraph, viz : Every s e x ton, t ravc-digeer, o r o th e r pcr*or« hav­ ing c b a -ge of I.u-iat grounds sna) m a k e a w ritten report tr,e iast uav of eacu m o n th of th e m i n t e r and ilite of im v r m - n t, an-t th e n a tu- of th e p e n >n m teireti h> him , a n d la n d th e s>me to th e City • lerk; snd h s perm its fo r b u r ia ! sh*ll 1>e voucher, for the c >rn c ttits* o f *ai«l r e p o r t; and in c se of ne- vlcct o r lefu-al to com p ly w ith these r< q irrm e iit* he sh* 1 f o rfeit th e penally of ten (i-lu) dollars for eatli and e v e ry offence. I hereby c e rtify t h a t t h e foregoing ordinances were duly cnacved by th e Com m on C o u ncil of the city o ' Buffalo, on th e 31st day of Mav, 1H®, and ap pro\-ed i y th e M ayor o f said city o n th e 7th day of Ju n e , 1800. GEORGE S. W ARDW E L L , C ity Clerk. D ated Buffalo, J u n e 9, IS® . ______________ l lt>-/t A s s e s s m e n t r o l l s n o t i c e . N o tire is hereby given th a t application has te e n m a e to -.he Common Council of t* c city of B ffalo for th e correct! -n >4 th e w s is s m e tit hull- here n» te* deaoribed, and t h a t sai-1 Common Couu cil have flxetl M nday, J u n o 14, 1809 as th e tim e f th e consideration of said Rolls and th e hc*iltigof partie* int.erested in a n y o r e ith e r of them , viz.. Rods No. 2183—F o r co n s tr u c ting a sew e r in th e w e -teriv sidew a lk ol io r t e r street from th e sew e r in Br. c k e n ridge street to a p o int 2f0 f e e t n o r th of th e w e st line of B reckenridge a t r e e t. A m o u n t ......................................................... 451 10 2184—F o r c o n s tr u c ting a sew e r a n d receiver a t t h southw e s t c o m e r o f Eagle a nd Emslie s treets. A m o u n t ....................... 170 40 GEORGE S. W ARDW E L L , C ity C lerk. D ated Buffalo, J u n e 8 . 1 8 ® . _______________ fiM t CUSTOM U O BE. ) B u ffal«. v . Y , May 22, If-®. \ „T O . 2 0 6 . — N O T I C E i S H E R E B Y < i I Y E N th a t th e follow ing n t m t d goods, wares ar.d uierchandt-e, viz : cu e spring t r ^ o n , h a t i n g b - t p -eiz-Ml by me on tb e 12th - a y of May, -Sfi9, a t fcu{- fa o, for having lieen il egaily and frau d u len tly im ported and introduced into he U n ited State* In vio­ lation of th e provU o i.so i th* at\ e n titled , “ An »ct fu it h e r to jr^ v e u t sm u z : ling and for o 'h e r p u r ­ poses,** a p p roved Ju l y J 8 , 18 6 a a 1 th e sam e ha»l g been d u 'y *pprai*«.d, s n d th e vatoe thereof found t . be lesa th o a th e sum of five hun d r e d dollars, tr-at anv p raon o r persoos claim ing said go d^, w a r and m - r c h in d i o r a r e r p q u r e d t o a p p e a r a* t lie (m a te Ho- ae, in t h e city of Buffalo, a n d m a k e such claim w ithin tw e n t* d a y s .from th* \ a l e ot th e f irst p u b li­ can n of t h « n o tice. SAM UEL J . U o L L E Y , e22-S3w C o llector of Customs. CUSTOM H O U S E , » Buffalo. N. Y ., Mav 22, 18®. » ■\TO 204 —N O T I C E I S H tR K B Y G I V lfiN i t th a t tb e tol ow ing n a m e l goo^s, waves and m e rchandise, via.: 4#i o u n c e s foorphiae s o d H gross A y ci'a pills, having te e n seized by t b e Col e c to r of Cuatom* for t h e D istrict of Buff «-o C reek, o n th e 17lfi day of A p ril, 4089. e t Buffalo, tor h a r in g te- ti lUegnllv a n d fraudulently u n p o r t a l and introduced n to t h * U n ited S tate- m vioiation of t h e provision* of th e a c t e n titled . “ A n act f u r t h e r o p r e v e r t -m u g tr ing sn d fo r o th e r pu-po-ee, * s p tro v e i Ju l y 18, 18 0, mod th e s a m e h a t i n g been duly s p p rai-ed and th e value t h e r e o f fo .n d to t e t e a th a n the aum of five h u n d ed doilars, t h a t anv perrou or p raoii. ’ ' • ig arid gooda, ware* e n d m -reha d i« # a r re- q ore t to ap p e a r a t t h e Custom H o u -e, in t h r city of buffalo, a n d m o k e ouch cte oa w .th ta twe*t> da a f n m tLe d a t : of th* i r * i pubticonon of th is notlc*. O A a L 'Z L J HOLLk.Y, *22-83w i e t o t f f ot CuwP.tr s. N‘ P LANK W ALK ON WILLIAM 8 T K E L T . —N o tice is hereby give* th a t moled propo-al* will .m received a t th e office o f t h e S treet Commiew o n « r <mt 11 S a tu rd a y 12th in s t , a t 10 o’clock. A. M ., f o r c o r ttru c t ia g aeitto * a lk on tb e e u r i side of * uilam a t tetw e e n New t o r k C e n tral R a ilroul crossing a n d t i e New York and E rie K iilroad H o g Yards. ALEXANDER BRUSH, Buffalo, J u n ^ V , 18®. ________ iy_et m a t w o T i c z a . CITY AESPlSOg-g OFFICE, - IhrprAUi, Ju n e 7, Iff®, i T h e u n d e r s i g n e d a s s e s s o r s , •* w* '•<) •• M * M i l tM h v r i . . *>- u m tlw t , in p u r a u u e e - J Um dinKticwa lh . C .ni m C m m m I i at M U O t,. tm )mm bm m U m l o U o . l n , u i m m s n l r o it t for t t e am o u n ts end purpose* h e re­ in a f ter m e n t h toed, u p o n t b e property deem ed bene ■ tied by t h e improvemen t * h e r e inafn r specified, and th a t t h e s a id a e sessm ent rolls will r e m a in in th e office of t h e B o a rd o f A a sesson for th e term o f twelve d a n tn m d o t e , s u b ject to exam ination a a d review by any person o r persons interested therein , viz.: ’VJ'OTICE OF INTENTION —NOTICE i . \ is heretv given t h a t th e Common ,he d t y of D iffalo in tend to order th e foLou _ I e s c ribed w o r ts tn said c itv , viz.: Tne carriage way in T e n th ttre e t , betw e e n M arj- -aud a n d l l u d i ii e treets, to be g raded and paved to -jonf'-rm in w iilth and on a line of th e carnage wav T e n th s t r i c t , betw e e n M aryland and Carolina streets, of gtxal M edina sandstone eig h t inche* deep, broken :<[uare, a n d flat g u tters, w ith e ighteen inches o f c lear lake sand or fine gravel underm a th th e satue. N o rth W asli ngton street graded to th e full w dtli of t h e street and a c a rriagew a y form e d therein t h ir ty-six feet w ide, by opening g u tters and r o u n d ing up th e carri gew'-vy betw een B reckenridge street and F o rest A v e n u e . The s o u therly side of th e T e rrace, tetw e e n Meehan i<* a n d H e n ry »treet*, rejM -rnl by r e p a v ing th e g u t ­ te r a n d r e -in ti ig t h e c u r ..ing. A fifteen jn i h hydraulic cem e n t t ile sew er con structed in* ( h e cen tre of W ells street commenc­ ing a t sewei*»r cen tr e of Exchuiige stre e t, and Pi w ithin 100 feet of Seneca street. The w a ter district e x ten d e d th r o u g h W ells street, tetw e e n t h e n -liberty U ne of Exchange stre e t aud th e s o u th e r y U-.o o f S e n e r a s tr e e t. T t e lam p d istrict extended th r o u g h W ells ttre e t , betw e e n t h e fioitherly line of Exchange stre e t an a th e s o u therly \ine of Seneca s treet. A pine p l a r t sidewalk c o n teriK icd, fo u r f e e t wide a>:il tw o i u c h e .1 thick , ou n o r theasterly tid e T e n th street, betw c o 'i C o n n e c ticut aud V e rm o n t street: The sidewall: o n t h e e a sterly side of N iagara s tr e e t, betw e e n 8 c » o i,l s tr e e t a n d Senjoquaila c reek, r e p a im l by s u b s titu tin g good |nne plank tw o inches thick w h e re n cess*; y . ; A n 18 inch brick sew e r w ith 8 inch structed in tlie ea-i side of Main s t . , com m encing a t a p m t 43 f e e t north of n o rth hue of N o rth Di vision street aud exU n d ing n o r th e r h to connect w ith th e sew ef in Eagle street. A 6 foot r i n g i n g s tone sidewa’k con tru c ted in th e c e n tre of th e V«1 , »etw e e n th e easterly c u rb l i e of W ashington r 'r e e t and th e w e sterly curb line of In­ dian a s ; r e t t , « n ih e n o r therly ride of O h io street. A flagging » -one sidewalk construct* <1 4 fe t wide on th e soothe-' 1y line - f A lien s tr e e t , f r in th e west- e l j line of Ir la w are s tr e e t to a p o int 230 f e e t west erl th e refri \ «3l 80 124 24 201 0H tw een Ea^l in d ivtriet e x te rn ,le »-'id L i nton s D ated linfTa i GEORGE 8. W ARDW E L L , C ity clerk . J u n e 2, IS ® . fS-lOt F o r taking up a n d r a ising g u t t e r acrom Eili­ co tt s tr e e t on tb e southerly side of Huron s t r e e t ......................................... F o r repairing Pearl stre e t , tetw e e n the southedy line of T e rrace and Com­ mercial s tr e e t. ............................................. * o r to k i e r u p ar.d r a c in g th e g u t te r on th e southerly aide of N iagara atreet aero*, r r a a k lin s tr e e t... .................... F b r grading aad paving the carriage-way in P*»k street, b etween Allen and Vir­ ginia stre e ts ................................. 6,106 37 F o r repairing C o rnelia street, between the w es-eilv line of Sm ith s treet a n d the southerly line o f t h e Buffalo A * ash- ington K o L road t r a c k ............................ SIDEWALKS. F o r c o n structing a flagging stone sidewalk on the s o u therly ►ide o f Eagle s treet, between th e --outheriy line and th e southerly cuih Une o f A tagsra s treet. For co n s tr u c tlrg a flagging stone ridcw ilk on the m u t t e r ly side of T e n th s tr e e t, between th e curbing and th e dd*'- walk on th e easU rly .ide of Vi-giuia stre e t........................................................... F o r c o n s tructing a flagging stone aiJewalk on t h e northerly side of T e n th ► m l , between th e curl ing and t t e side­ walk on t h e westerly aide o f Virginia s i r . e t ..................................................... F o r c o n s tructing a flagging stone tidewalk on th e s o u therly side of Tenth strei-t, te t w e n t h * . o rbing a n d sidewalk on th e w e sterly s.de c t Virginia s t r e e t .. F o r constructing a sidewalk «-n th e south ride ol Fulton str- e t , tetw<-en Red Jacket • reet a n d th e b tate Line Rail- road c rossing .............................................. F o r co w tru c tin g a sidewalk on th e east rly side of Ohio street U twe«m D U i Basio Bwmg Biidge s n d bouth street. F o r r e tw irius a cidewalk on th e south side of W illiam stre e t, tetw e e n Emsiie am i D a u th s t r e - t s . ....................... F o r r e p a ir ng sidewalk on t h e south side of Green street, tetw e e n W ashington and iie a k s tr e ta ........................................ F o r re[iairing a sidewalk on th e north side of N o rth s t r i c t , tetw e c .i F- urteenih and H o lers str< et< ........................... .. F o r r e t a i l i n g a -idewulk on the r a n s'de of t»a* street tietweeu Vine akey and Batavia streets ............................ F o r r e |u ir in g sidewalk on tb e north side of t u In-ii s tr e e t, tetw e e n Kant M arket street and th e New York C e n tral Raili oad tra- k ............................................ F o r Constructing a sidewalk on th e w«r*t side ol N o rth Ma&hMwtou - tr e e t, ne tw e e n a po.nt l l . i fe-1 north • f Ferry street end a point 217 fe*-t nortbe h th jrefrom ................................................... CITY O R D IN A N C E . IN COMMON COUNCIL, ) Buffalo, May 24. 1S09. ( Resolved, 1 h a t th e following section te added t ch a p ter 1 of th e O rd nances as section 17 of said chapter: 517. T h a t th e H e a lth I n s p e c tor o f tlie cattle yard* shall have pow e r, and ii - h a ll t e Ins duty, to t i k e charge of a d re-ain in his pos-ussion hII down in ­ ju r e d or dnean. d ( a ttic , sheen or - wine, which shad be lett a t ssiil c a ttle yanfs a n d to procure th e same to t e slaughtered a n t ere.aad, and if he s l a 'I flad a lte r ih -ouii* have te-eu to s laughtered th a t ttev are so affei tea th a t 'l.e i r m e a t shal. t e unw h o lesom e, he shall th e n rin d th e m to t h i t o n e f -rd to t e tn e d o u t. and he a ! a ll sell th e fs t a- d hides sn d such O’ her p a r ts of sa d anim a ls as c an te an d , a n d a f te r eeducting tl ( expense* of . aughteri'-g th e same. [>a> ov. r th e |> c c . e is to th e ow n er o r o w n ers of said anim a l, h u t i'- h e s h a ll find th a t th e fl sh of anim als, wheit s laughtered, is wholesom e a n d good, he shall r e ta n th e sam e , to t e retu r n e d to th e ow n e r or ow n e rs t h e r . o f, upon th e ir pay ing th e expense of slaughtering th e same. I hereby certify th a t th e foregoing ordinance was d u ly enacted by th e Common Council of t h e citv of Buffalo, oh th e 24th day of May , 18®. a u d ap­ proved by tLe M ayor o f said city, ou th e 1st day of Ju n e , la® . GEORGE S. WARDW ELL, C ity Clerk. Dated Buffalo, J u n e fi, 18®. f o-7t W ELL S ST R E E T G R A D E D AN D PAYED Notice is hereby given t h a t seVcd proposal* wi I t e received a t tlie ofuoe t f t h e *trce C o m iiission-r until S a turday, 1 th i n s t . ,a t lOo’ciock A. M., U>- gioding and jsivin.- Wells s t m t between lh* northerly line of Exchange street a n d a o u theily line of Sene a s treet. 8pe<ifl<ations may t e seen s t th e S treet Commis sioner’s office ‘»n a n d alte r W edue-dav, 9 th ir.st. ALEXANDER BRUSH, Strut t Commissioner. Buffalo, Jeff* 4 .1 8 ® . h a t w O R K ri O R D E R E D RY T H E COM JIUN c O u N C I l .—The ow n e rs of t h e laod fr- n iin g on t l c s tr e e t - , a n d tetw e e n th e points here in s f te r nam eC, «re hereby required t • m a k e th e im ­ provem e n ts N -reinsfU T r-pccifled in fr-n t of o r on th ir r e v jiecti'e luts, in t h e m a n tier and w ithin th e tim e lim ited f i r each re-spec i»ely, a s follows: On t h e n o r t't tid e of Breckenridge street tetw e e n N iag ir a and Mason streets, c ans a hidewalk to t e re [a red with go d pine plank two inches thick where- necessary, with n five c ays On th e west ride of Shum w sy street, b e tw e e n Wil iiam and I*« c l I ihih streets, c a m e a sidewalk to t e re- |-aired witii hlm lock plank thrve me lie. thick , w ituiti ten days On th e east *>iiic <ff Van Rensselaer f tr e e t, b etween Fulton and Elk street1-', cause a si-lewalk to t e r<^- [raired w ith liernl- ck plank th r e e inches thick , wl h- in five day*. O n th e west ride of Main s t r e e t, * e tw e e n th e curb log and th e sid> w»lk n w a d ou th e no r .h side of B ryant s tr e e t, cause a sid w .l k to l-e cotystrucVevi six feet wide of hem lock plank thr?* inci.c* thicn , with- in five days. O'* the west side of Main street, tetw e e n th e c u r l­ ing and th e sidewalk now laid > n the south side of B y a n t - tr e e t, cause a sidewalk t o lie constructed six f e t wide of h*mlock plank th r e e inchci thick,w ithin live day -. On th e e»-1 kid# o f Boston »” oy, tetw e e n Goodtll st-e e l a n d B 'jrton afiey. cause a ide walk -o teco i* -tru v t.o t re f»ct wide of hemlock plozk three inches thick , ff-ithin five days. On th e west side of W a lnut stree*, tetw e e n Sy m o re a n d Hat ivia >treets, cause a sid .walk to In- p-a’red of go id hem lock i lank th r e e luches thick where u eeess**y, w itliiu five days. On th e soulheasteriy side of Pcunsvlvania street, hctw .eii N o rth and Vtudsworth - t:««U . cause a si ie- walk io b - re a i r e d wi h go -d hem lock [dank three inehes tldck, A h e re necessary, w it hi >i five days. On th e n o - th c a teriy side o f W adsw o rth street, w w ie n Alle.-i street and th e (outneosteriy line of Pennsylvania u r e e ., cause a sidewalk to t e rep<in<l of g o t heu.iock blan k th ic e in lies thick w h ere ne^easary, w ithin five days. < r. th e s o u ’ h e rty side o f Ohio stre e t, from a p o int cigh y f«et e • s icr y from th e easterly line of Mai-i st-eet to a a u n t t* e n t y fe t east-rly theref-om . cause a sioew -Jk to t e repaired by -akn-g up th e present flagging s ’one e n d flll-ng t h e an n a w-tfi l o o I ea t h am i -an.l, an-i lelayfng th e fl u rging a tr n e and substitu tin g Pew ito n e w h e re necLiasry, w ithin five <*%>■• I On th e tK.fi h side of Elk street, betw e en Michigan and t'olurn-ii str<-« t;,c« u s u a sidewalk to l.jrep»l-( d with g o ad be llock piank w h e re i.e.eatery;w ithin flve -ley a On th e sr-u-h side of Fot-om street, te tw e e n Chi cig o and Mi higa streets, c a u se a sidewalk to be repaired whe •« » e ces ary, w ith bennock plonk t h r e e inches thick , w iti.in five days. O u th e in rth c r ly side of South s t e e t , b e t wee-. Ten near* e U reel and a p o int fo r ty feet w e sterly h e r e 'r .im ,ct y»c a s idew a k to be repel e l w ith hem lock p ank t f n e inches thick * h « re neoeasary, Will- in flve d ays. * On th e no theastcriy side of T w e lfth s t r e i t , b» tw e en V irgin s and C a 'olina s treets, c iu s e a »i lewalk to be re p a i r * . with hem lock plank th r e e inches thick where nsoes* ry , w ithin five d a \ a On tb e so th side of Peckhani stre e t , between Shuiuw&y a n \ S tanton street*, cause sidewalk to be re j a ir e d , to ih e w idth of ;our feet, w ith good hem leek plank tl. -\ee inches thick w h e re n-.oetsary,w ithi.i te n days On th e w es * side - .f H ickory s treet, b e tw e e n CHr. ton and W illiam tre e ts, cause sidewalk to te rejaircd t - th e w idth o' fo u r feet, w t h hem lock plank three inches thick , S ith ln five days. On t h e wet I ride of Oak r t r e e t, te tw e e n Virginia s-treitfs > call-ri) a n d C o ritcn -tre e t. cause a sidewalk be repairc*’ wi J i h em lock plank th r e e inchts ihick, w ithin five di ys. On * h e n o t h e rly side o f Ham* u rgh s treet, between Elk rtre e t a f 4 tb e N. Y. A K. R. K. track , cous* «v tidew a lk to 'st repaired w ith hem lock [dank three inches thick < -here necessary, w ithin flve days. T h e above W orks are t o be done under t b e > tree tion of th e 8 reet ffem m i slower, and If not done Is th e m a n n e r • i t w ithin th e tins* t eoifled, then t- < ••tree Com m is a itboriz-d t o d o t h # ***** a t Abe e x p e n s e < ! t h e owners ol to* l y d . GEORGE 8. WABDWKLL, C ity Clerk- D ated Buffi Jo. J u r e 9 .1 8 ® . tiO-U N’ TO CREDITORS.—PCR S C ureter ^ f t f f i s sffimn ef mid docew eed.at tte n g k i m O U P R B M S COCRT—ER IE OOCNTY. i, p laintiff, a g a inst J . C. Paynter, To t h e abeve defenuant* Take notice, th a t you are hereby roquired to r a ­ re r t t e com p laint in thi* action, w h ich will te _ *d t e t h e office ot t i e C lerk of tb e above C o u rt, in tb e C ity ot Buffalo, in t b e county of E r ie, a n d btate o f New Y o rk, and to serve a copy o f y o u r a «»er upon m e a t mwfffRce, No. 2 Rerefs Block, c t t j of B « * * to,*fo*#m id, w ithin tw e n ty days ‘ ew t e wee, an d eu u r u e a tiousiy ich. T o u r s , tru ly , P repared by S e th W. 'Fowl* k Bon, vice; a n d *J o t a k e notice, t h a t if you fall to ■aid com p ioint w ithin m id t w e n ty d a y s, a s *#* th e plaintiff w ill ta k e Jadffm a n t for tb e sum of one th o n * * M d r i l s r s . r a d iw tm m l from th* » th day > t A uguet, ora* tbow-ond rigttt^hm s d red r a d MxtyAvw, G B o N r 1W ALLACE. PtotetMTs A t ty , j e r tak e potto*, t h a t t h * c u u h h i t e t h * shove o m itted teU o h bm tesW fltod In th* office o f t t e C U fk * f t h * a h o e * e o w rt. t e t h s « s tr a t Buffalo. ■Insem U, t t e twewte - th t r d t e g off A p ril 1MB. ttffip. W. WALLACE, P to tetlT s Arty. OTICE OF INTENTION.—NOTTCt Ly g iven th a t th e Common Cowneil of ________ j Trio intend to o r d e r Um follow ing de b r ib e d works te said c ity, r i a . : WlIIm s r s e ’ grad d to its Iu I w idth and a cirrtag . wav p a v e . tb( ’em -h ir ty --x L e t wi«|e w ith flat g u t te n and g--od Hedir.a sand s*one e g h t to r h e deer-, broken « |u s - e and e ighteen inch** o f clear toke soa>i * * r fine g ravel i * d e r *eeth th e sam e. To establiri th e curb line* of W frbingt/.: Street, lie w ee'i C a rlton a r d H igh streets, by con­ tracting th e ;w rriagr-w * y equallv on each side, a . m u ch st tt Mtali be nee m a ry t o fi lly p es rv t th e fine row of sb*d* u v e a on to e casterD ri ie of m id Was* inzton stre e t b e tw e en t h e a b ove pom te, a n d fonre th e euf S ine t o he set and th e x u 't e r s u, be paved o th e w td h of fo u r fern an d fU t g u t r r rto%e ra d th* carriage w«y f ilial w it i herd m terial betw een -he t -uAbcxij c u rb line o f h i g h street and tb e n o r th riy curb lm e o f Cffrilon s tr e e t. A fifteen doe* cem e n t Ui* eew re senetr wr t s d te the centre of Pouf tean th < r » t , e m m e n r ing e ight v feet easterly from tb e in t e r m e t t e a oi said Fou.-teentb rt-e e t » ith r « r t h street, w ith th e necessary bo\se connecUut s , st’.J to connect w ith th e eew a r to t h e centre o f PeuSsylvam a atreet. A ride walk tonetructed f o . r feet wide of bint plank tw o inch is thick on t h e north side » f Williant street, betweefi th e New Y o rk C e n tral Rollrond cross ing and th e ff« » Y o rk A Erie Roilrood r in g * arris. A flagging - tone sri-w a lk rem strueted lout feet w iae on the k o - tb e o s ter/ side of N in te street, betwre n tb e c rb to g on t t e w. storey »td* of Peun • D a n i* \Treet m d U tecu r W n r o o th e e*stor y o f Jersey r tse* , wad laid te th e grade of th e term* Th* t e m p IN W riri autm d edaa B o o th - tr e m from t t e ncrecnt n«f d » r l y torm to s ti jo al arid d i h n c t cn m d s tr e e t to 9 m n s y freato rir® * . T h e I a m i TMririrt e*terd*d on b o th sides cf B o r i b Diwdton to w r if to m H l-Sory t o S p r i * r « r e r * . f k v t am p W r t d - t e x t e a d r d -w both ttdm w f t e ffi* my***, b tween Order end J . ffsreon Oree.s. Tbe Lam n L strict - * tended in Rwan s t r e e t frem Jeff. i s . n street to th e ju n c tio n u f V r g n r a d ten e c a F o r repairing a sidewalk <. th e m l vide of Km ie s re-1, between Eagle and N u rili I ivision streetia ........................... F<>r repairing a si lewalk on th e <a*t *idc of Em* iu Ft reel, bet w orn Seneca and N o rih Canal s tr e e ts. ............... ................ F o r re|iair ng sidewalk <>n th e ea-t vide of Knislie street, < e tu o - n N o rth INvis- iou and N o rth bwan s tr e e ts.................. lonstracting a sidewalk on th e east vide of S tanton « t r w t , betw o eu W il­ liam and H o w ard s t r e e ts ....................... o m t n u t i n g a side**Ik on t h e c V . •id* -•! Tw( 1 Ui s U e c t, lietw ten Con coiutructm g a sidewalk on the west w« *t xide o f S tanton stre. t . between W illiam and Uoward s tieetti. ............... For c nde of Perry F o r repairing Hidewallt on th e west U a m b u rgh str. e t . betw e e n I’erry street ai d th e S tate Line Kail road eroH-ing.......................................................... F o r repiilting sidewalk cn th e west side ..f L u theran al-ey, betw e e n Batavia and W illiam » t v n ......................................... F o r retvairtng sidewalx ou th e w- a t Fide of A ltbau.* h tr e - t, betw e e n htitcca and and Carroll r tr e e t* . .................................. CROSSWALKS. For corHtrnct ing a crosswalk a.-roas H am ­ burgh fitrctt on th e soutii Hide of P e rry *-tre e t ................................................. F o r c o n s tructing a crosswalk across S tan t- n •ti ect on th e south side of Love joy s t r e e t .............................................................. Forconst.ru tin g a croFswalk across South Di virion street on th e east sole of Kurilic F treet ............................................... F o r c o n - tnicting a croM.waik across N o rth •Swan *trc< t on th e ua*t s.de of Km-dic s t r e e t .............................................. For c o n s tructing a crev-swalk adrosv Wil! e ■on street ou th e southerly »ido of C o u rt r t r e e t ................................................. For constru tin g a rros<i>atk ic r o n Mn-I son s tr e e t u a tlu north ride of Clin to n s t r e e t...................................................... F o r c o r s tructing a crosswalk acr»-s llam hurgh street on th e n o r th side of F u lton r tr e e t ............................................... F o r conrtrnctiiig a cro^swa'k across Red J a . k e t s tr e e t on south m de of F u l ­ ton str e t ..................................................... F o r c o n s truct ng a c m i sn d G- ore ia sti« of C o u r t s tre e t......................................... F o r coM struet ng a ere *««alk screws Jiow a r d »tre-. t on esatvr-y side of Jeffer­ son r t i e e t ............................................. F o r construe ing * < t o h i i k ae r o * the westerly half of Ala* a u ia street, on n o r th side of Elk strcM ......................... For cor s tr u c tin g a cros*wa!k acres* Sum n r Ftreet o n th e w est side of Main r t r e e t .......................................................... For c o n s tructing a cmsswalk acrovs N rth street o n th e west side of EU icctl street .............................................................. F o r c o n s t n e t ng a crosswalk across South Htre* t on th e east side of ( bio Ftre-c-t. F o r constructing a crosswalk across B e it rttc e i un easti- ly si4 of Oak s treet . Foi r e p a iring th e cro*-twal< across Kou h Divn i.>n street un cast side of Jef- fereon s t r e e t ............................................. SRWZBH AND RECXIVZO*. For coSKttruct n g a sewer and receiver with polcut cast jr. n riencii t r a p at iioith- westci iy co m e r ot N o rris IMac* aiul C -ttag e s t r e e t ............................................. F o r Construct u g a sew er and receiver at ti c sm t h w e r t c m e r of H u ron and E ilicott s t r e e t s ............................................ F o r r e y a lriag aewer and receiver w ith pa­ te n t <-ast iron stench trs n a t tiie n<> tlicHrt corner of F ian k liu aiul H u ron street* ............................................. For constructing k w er and rcoeiver at tt.« Junct.on of L o u isiana sn d Ohio For repairir-g sewor and m elver at the u->rtiieast tu r n e r of M a r-laud and Fifth s tr e e ts............................ ............... F - r repairing sew e r sn d receiver a u l [•lacing stench trap th e eln <.n the iio r th w r it o m e r ol lielaw a re and V irginia r tr o e t s .................................... F o r re|Fairitig tew c r and re.eiv e r a t the northw . xt corner of M a riucr aiul V irgin a Htreeis........................................... F o r repairing sewer and receiver a t tiie n rih c a s t c r t w r (>f V ir/ir-ia street i nd th e alley tetw e e n Pe*rl and N o rth William - reet* ............................. F o r repairing sew er ra d receiver a t the ii- rtheast c rner of M adisoa and C U u toD sjw ete .................................. . ........ F o r repairing ■ w er and receiver a t tte southw e st corner of Cliutoii and H ickory s tr e e ts........................................... F o r repairing sewer anil receiver a t the n o r lh e a - t corner e t Jefferson and 8cu c* s t r e e t s ............................................. For reiMuring aewer and receiver a t the norLiiwest corner of W illiam u u l Jefferson s tr e e ts ........................................ For repairing aewer and receiver t-> well com e r o f Map’e and C h e rry streets F o r repair i r g sew e r r a d recti v e r a t the northw e st co m e r of Batavia and W o inut street*........................................ F o r repairing te n vr snd recriver *4 t t e northw e st c o rner o f Letu-jna/.d (.her- ry stvec.'s ................................................... — F o r repairing sewer ia Illinois s tr e e t tram BuffsJ > R iver to s jiointA D fcetrurth- erly t t e r e f r o m ............................................. F o r r< n - ir ln g m s 'n sewer ia 8yconu>re •treet a o o »t 50 feet east of Ash s tr e e t. F o r r e p a lrinz npdn aewer to O a r o liu a s tr .et about IO j *eet n o r th e r ly from F n e 99 04 18 71 F o r e m u 4m e t i n g , fo m ish in g a r .d m a i n t a i n ­ in g * a c r oo l I ouse a n i a p p u r t e n a n c e s 1 b e r e t > in ffchooi D istrict No. 0 .......... » crtvnm . F - - r repairing sto n e c u l v e r t A -ross Loui-i a n a r t reet a t I>ead Creek n e a r th e N Y A E I l .IL tra c k .................................. F o r constructing w o o d c u l v e r t across E leventh s t r e e t o n w e s t e r ly sid e rf V incent s t r e e t ................................................. F o r r o p r i r tn r a r d m a intaining w ell at cor­ ner Pearl, R n e and ffwwn s tr e e ts. - • 102 14 j o h n M c M a n u s , GREGORY K1T T . . RIC'H’D C. RINN K T , Office to t h e C tty Buildings, eorwer o f Firaklte raff te o r » frem 9 A- M. t e 4 P. K f7 6t i June t 11® A B8ES8MBNT EoL L NOTICE. Motto* is bsewbv riven t te t t t e Oemmoa Cowm saasti'a; and t t e bow ing o f perttoe iptoreaAsd tterw to , tffl M onday, J im * 1 4 ,18® : . U ® —F o r t t e purpose o f paying t h * ju s t rn r e p s a a t on s«rerded *o t t e u w n - r o r ow n e rs e f t!>« land r a d properly t r i m to pay n >t and exteudY I r- gtola sii re* fro m Main t o Jefferson GEORGE fi. WABDWKLL _ D r i * d guK a lo, J u n e 8 . 18®. G r a d i n g a n d p a v u O O T T I U B W A B H » O T » M I t w e e 4 o *k l t o n a » d H 'o h r~ Bnffalo, J a n e 4,1881, ■ M W f i f f i d t t e J t * M t I ____ Off M i a f te r I t a r i f f i M A I ® A L K X A N lttR B B O H L a t o f f 9 m S r

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