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THE BUFFALO EXPRESS W E D N E S D A Y , J I ' S E 16, 19*9. BUFFAljO EXPRE88, WEDNESDAY. JUNE 16. 18fl0. C i t y a n p v i c i n i t y . C I T Y N O T E S . There were signs of froet yeaterO.x) morning. A w a te r pipe on the corner ol Oak an«l (Genesee s treets haa burst. Van A m b n rgh’s M enagerie is to be in Buffalo a b o u t th e 5th of J u ly . Jenne and P ickert’s Lighting CompouL.i is coming into g e n e ral use. The author of T rix is in tow n w ith some thing R e d -H o t. Elsew h e re Dr. Somerville advertise* an­ o ther beautiful pony for aale. The chauci should be imj»rove<l. Jam e s I). W a rren, Esq., has been e lected one of the directors of T h ird N ational Bank. The h a tters in tow n are bringing o n t their fur cajHi in anticipation of colder weather. Twenty-six persons were arrested durinp the 24 hours ending a t nine o’clock Tuoa day mem ing. Old lam.>8 a nd young calves are com in; t« m arket in great numl>erB. M a rk e t f ie r i. Pickard, should look after the anim als. I. the vestrym a n of St. Johns would juk I remove th e .^nces around t j f i r church i1 would looL m u ch better. A rentlem a n who advertised in th e E> crkss for au oth' . -,oy had his pi a fpm tw e n ty, whom he found w a iting at Lis d o the \oxt morning. Th«; drawing-room coaches on the I .r:< Railway are each m aking sixty dolU rs u day, making a round t r i p e v ery tw e n ty-foui hours. By reference to K. A . Brown’s advertise m ent it will be seen th a t he is a b o u t t-. elevate grain at ono-eighth of a cent a bushel. The prize badge of Hook and Ladder Num ber Tw o for m aking the greatest num ­ ber of runs w ith th e machine during tin past year wa* won by R o b e rt H. Heed. In Mrs. Stowe’* last novel, “ Old Town Folks,” H eber A rnold’s boy is made to g- to Buffalo in th e year 1793. It would puzzle Mrs. S. to locate the Buffalo of th a t day on the map. Tw o men were seen the other morning at a n early hour, gazing on the foundations of the F irst Church extension. They had picks on their shoulders, and evidently m eant business, but they only gazed. Michael Fleming, M ichael Foley, J o h n Sm ith. M ichael M cDonnell, .lohn Cook, C h a rlotte (.’lark. W m. Hoefling, Mary Conners, .Fames C raham , Ellen Peterson. John W illiams, John Foley, H u g h Don nelly, M ichael Dugane, John H. and Mary W d k e son and J o h n O’N e ill were fined from five to tiftcen dollars each. E x c u r s io n to A u r o r a . —The scholars and friend1’ of th e Lafayette street Sunday School arc to have an excursion to Aurora on Saturday next, li there \>e no snow on th a t day th e children and th e ir friends will undoubtedly have a good tim e. S t . J ohn ’ s P ay .—J o h a n n e ’s F a s t w il1 be celebrated in K oestcr’s Park on Thurs day, th e 24th instant, by th e Buffalo Turn varein and th e ir friends. The afternoon will be devoted to gym n astic performances. Iu th e evening the g a rden will he brilliantly illum inated. itraag e s u n ’s flight, a a d f o a a d th a t oae o l th o panes i a CaoUs’s jow a lra sSora h a d boon broken ia a a d a <flo<£ carried odf. T h s sh o t had heea 'file d b i t ’ t h a clerk, w h o w a s aw a h ha M % th e noisj evade by t h e burglar. I t is not k n o w n w h e ther the ball took effect on t h e body ofl th e rogue o r not, b a t i t seems t h a t he d r o p ­ ped t h a c lock on Green street, w h e re i t w a s found about a n hour a f t e r w a d flp M r. J a s . H. .Small, w h o delivered i t to th o police authorities. A w indow ia t h e office of D r. I b e n e t u s H. Davis, on th e Terrsce, w as also broken in sometim e d a ring th e night, b a t bo p h y ­ sic was stolen. s o n s FROM t h e p e o p l e T h e C e n t r a l P a r k . To the A l it o r o f the Expreea : I notice occasionally a suggestion in your paper in regard to the promised P a r k , and I am astonished th a t m ore is not said about it. Perhaps all w h o know th e Commissioners have such unbounded eonfi- dence in th e ir discretion and judgm e n t th a t they deem suggestions from others u n ­ necessary. N o w it seems to me t h a t tbe Commissioners w ould welcome any and all sugeestiooa, m ade w ith th e intent to pro- m o te th e real objects for which we o u g h t to have a P a r k . The suggestion in th e paper th is m o rning is one t h a t comm ends itself so strongly to the common sense of tb e people, and no doubt to th e ( ’ommissioners th e m ­ selves, t h a t 1 would not have deem ed it possible t h a t it was needed. If such sug­ gestions are nenlrd, the people for whom the Park is supposed to Iffi m ade h a d b e tter wake up to t h e necessities of the case. A Park, to he of any value, m u s t be accessible not >nly to carriages, b u t from cars, and so Jo­ inted t h a t both N iagara and M ain street cars can reach it. EXEMPT FIEEMEH. as l a s t T h s W eather . -T h o following are the meteorological observations for Ju n e 15, 1869, taken a t th e Y. AL A. L ibrary: Tim*. Bar. Ther. Wind. Sky 7 A. M. 28:94 M* Freeh S. W. Cloudy. 2 P. M. 28:90 63 “ “ “ » P M. 29:14 50 “ “ \ Light rain from I P. M. T h e I r i s h R e p u b l ic . — T h e attention of our readers is directed to th e advertissfhent in this day ’s paper of the lri*h lie public, the only Irish Republican paj»er now p u b lished. It contains a great vari -ty o f reading m a tter and is w o rthy o f th e support of every Re­ publican. Mr. Jam e s Kelly, the agent fo r Buffalo, is about soliciting subscriptions among our citizens. A r r e s t of a P a r i s i a n . —A n English­ m an named John \V. W illiam s, w h o a r ­ rived iu th is city over th e C rand Trunk Railw a y yesterday, was arrested on the strength of a telegram received by Supt. R e / *ds, asking bis detention. N o crime is charged against W illiam s, and he say* som e thing about bigam y in connection w ith t h e j*eople of Maris. S pir it u a l ist ic —S traw b e r r y F estival and D vnue .— T h e first annual strav,-berry ft ftival and dance of the ladies of th e Fir»c S p iritualist Society v.ill tak'- place on n(ivt Friday evening in Liedertafel Hall. Severn! chests of straw b e rries have been donated to the society from t h e ir friends in liam m o n - ton, N. J. The music for th e occasion wili be furnished by W a h le’s Baud. O ur F irem e n and t h e ir G uests .—The officers of th e Fire D e p a rtm e n t and their guests vioited th e F ills yesterday, aud passed a m o st a g reeable day notw ithstand­ ing the unfavorable state of the w eather. In th e evening there was a gathering a t the house of H . A I.. Co. No. 9. H a n o u r’s punch bowl was tilled to overflowing, and did good service in “ h e a lths and toasts.’* M ost o f th e visitors leave for t h e ir respect­ ive hom es to-day. P olice C ourt .—J o h n Larnon, a tru a n t boy, w a s c o n v ic te d of vagrancy and sent to F a ther H ines’ Reform atory. Jo h n Sm ith, for stealing a clock from A lexander C lark, was fined ten dollars. Moses B u tler, for assaulting David Shnester, w a s fined five dollars. A n d rew Jackson also paid t h e usual pen­ alty for s tr iking Thom as Dwyer. (Jeorge G ruber and Sam u el M u rray Hall had a m ill, which cost George five dollars. D etained L etters . —The following le t ­ ters are detained at t h e Buffalo Postoffice for non-paym ent of postage, a n d w ill b e sent to th e lie a d L e tter Office Ju n e 19th: Daniel M c lntire, P o tter Centre, N. Y .; Henry I,. Jones, Chicago, III.; D. K. Adams, W iUink, N. Y . ; J a s . M. Thorburn LO » New Y o rk; J a m e s L. M organ, ------- ; Chas. W ir th, N. Buffalo. v 1)AILY E v e n ini; P a p e r . - S o m e of our readers have doubtless seen th e new prospectus of the Buffalo D a ilu Herald , an enterprise about to be started by Messrs. Tounley, P e n ton A Co. I t i, proposed to •ell t h e P ^ r a t t w o u m tsaco p y . (n their circular, d a ted No. 203 Mam street, the proprietors say : \ The HeraUl Printing Company in t h n s a n n o u n c ing th e advent of an addition to t h e dailX new spapers already published in t h e city of Buffalo, do ao u n der th e prem u re of repeated solicitations, and a firm conviction t h a t a cheap fam ily paper, independent of politicians a n d p a rty , in ter­ esting in local, general and reliable news, w ith i ts e d itorials and selections racy and original, would command th e patronage of th e larg e mass of our feUew-eitimxis, who have long f e lt t h a t there was in th is thriving and prosperous city a wide and inviting opening for snch an enterprise.” The Her aid has o u r beet wishes. B u r g l a r y . — Y e s terday about one o’clock n patrolm a n who w a s w a lking along M a in s tr e e t, near th e bridge, waa s tartled by t h e r e p o r t o t a pistol and th e crashing of w indow glass near th e M ansion House. T h e office •• t e r n e d h is step* ia t h a t direc­ tion aad a w a m an r a n n p s treet. H e gave chase, h a t failed to overhaul his quarry. H e r e turned t o investigate the cause of the M e e tiu g Ik ih e A i e o c la t lo n R o o N i g h t . A t the m eeting of exem p t tiremen, held at th e room of th e Firem e n ’s Benevolent Association last evening, W m . A. DoLiu sou mss elected President, and W . H. K irkholder, Secretary. N. W iigus read a sketch of th e Fire De­ partm e n t of th is city as i t a as organized iu 1826, and received the thanks of th e m e e t­ ing therefor. H. A. W h ite tendered his resignation a» a m em b er of th e Com m ittee of A rrange­ m ents, and on m o tion it was accepted and N. W iigus appointed to till the vacancy. L. H u b b a rd moved t h a t a com m ittee uf seven be appointed to act in conjunction w ith the com m ittee apj>ointed a t the previ­ ous m eeting. The motion was carried, and th e C h a ir­ man appointed as such, F. H. Root, E. H u lbert, C. E. Young, M. Clor, W . A. Dohiuson, J . 1>. M itchell, L. H u b b a rd. On m o tion of N. W iigus it was resolved th a t a general m eeting of all exem p t tire- .men be held at th e room of th e Firem e n ’s Benevolent Association next Saturday evening a t 7$ o’clock. T h e F.xempt Firem en’s < ’o m m ittee of A r ­ rangem e n ts for laying the corner stone of the firemen’s m o n u m e n t M ill m eet this even­ ing in the Association Looms. T h e I r i s h R e p u b l i c a n * . The Ship C a rjienters’ Hall Mas tilled to overflowing last evening by Irish R e p u b li­ cans, who assem b led to elect a delegate t< the convention w h ich m eets in Chicago ou the 4th of J u ly. The m eeting was called to order hy M r M a tthew liyrne, who read th e call of th* Irish Republican N a tional Executive Com uiittee, at the close of which, ou m o tion of Mr. John Dalton, Mr. Jo h n H u g h e s wa; elected President a u d Mr. Jam e s Kelly Sec­ retary. (*n taking the chair th e President m ade a stirring speech ia which he called upon hi country men to c u t loose from th e Copper bead Democracy a u d align them selves on the side of Freedom and Justice. A t th e suggestion of Mr. John M cAnallv Assistant Postm a ster O'Brien read the ad dress of th e E x e c u tive Com m ittee. Tin docum ent M-as endorsed as expressing the sentim e n ts of tbe meeting. M r. J o h n O’Brien was then unanim o u sly elected delegate to the < 'hioago Convention, and Mr. M athew B y rne Mas chosen altern ­ ate. Tbe m eeting, which c o n sisted of a b o u t 27*0 men, was quite enthusiastic and adjourned in the utm o s t harm o ny. A M U S E M E N T S . Ai AE.MY OK MUSIC— T HE PAST SEA: The benefit of th e “ m inor m em b ers” of the company was well attended last even­ ing, and tho popular Irish dram a entitled “ P eep O’D a y ” received a handsome repre mentation. M r. J . F. W h e clock gave the principal role a powerful im personation, and was frequently applauded. O u r citizens will now have a respite for a while from dram a tic entertainm e n ts , when they wili perhaps be m ade to feci th e w a n t of the really excellent th e a trical company w hich they, h ave so coolly treated during the past lu justice to th e M essrs. H e n ry L. and Jonn fl. M eech we c a n t r u l y say t h a t at no pre vious season has a Buffalo theatre been so liberally, conscientiously and energetically m anaged as during the past year. The peo­ ple of Buffalo ha.-e been treated to th e very l*est talen t the coun'ry affords, as will be *een b y glancing a t the following list of the •ngagements a t the A cadem y since A u g u st 1st last year: M iss J e a n Hosm er one week, Ed. Eddy t w o w o r k \ , W o r r e l l Mi m t o r a t w o w o e l c R . Lcilingweil nine nights, Miss Fanny B. Price one week, Hanlon Com bination three nights. M iss Emma M adden tw o weeks, Joseph Jefferson one week. M a rietta Ravel >>n»- week, Edwin Adam s one week, Frank > 4 ’hanfrau n i r e nights, Edw in Booth and Misa M ary M c V icker one week, Mrs. F. IV. Lander one week, J. B S tudley in •‘A fter Dark” one. week, Frank M ayo two weeks. Mrs. D. 1*. Bowers and M r. J . C. McCollum tw o weeks. C. \V. Couldock and laughter one week, E. E d d y and H e n rietta Irving tw o weeks, K ttie Henderson one week, th e St-nyahs one week. M iss Jean Hosm er one week, Bonfanti and Sohlke in Black Crook three weeks, H a r r y and Rose W a tkins one week, F. S. Chanfrau in “ K it” tw o weeks, H ess Com b ination one week. Miss M a rriott one week, Zavistowski Siste.rs one week, H a n lons three nights, L o tta tw o weeks. TH E L1EDERTAFEL. A social, vocal a n d finstrum e n tal concert will be given th is evening by th e Buffalo Liedertafel, a t th e ir hall in the Kremlin. A tine tim e will u n d o u b tedly b e e xperienced, and as th e tick e ts have b een placed at the low price of tw e n ty-five cents each we hope to see tho little hall crowded. CHURCH FESTIVAL. A pleasant occasion m ay be anticipated in the Straw b e rry Festival to be given a t St. .Tamos H a ll th is week T n rsday afternoon and evening, by th e m em b ers of St. Luke's Church. D inner will be served on T h u r s ­ day betw e en t h e hoars of tw e lve and three, and s a p p e r betw e en five and nine. GENERAL THEATRICAL MATTERS. Elise H o lt sailed for California last Friday. Mr. A n g u stine Daly, author of “ Under tbe G a s light,” has leased t h e Fifth Avenue Theatre, N ew Y o rk, a t $'27, (XX) p e r year. G ran’s French Opera Bonffers have nearly all gone home to France. A New York paper gives the following am o u n ts of salaries }*aid to th e principal m embers of Mr. G rau’s Com p any: Mme. Rose Bell received 4560 francs, o r $900 gold, m o n thly; M’lle Desclaozas. 5000 francs; M. Carrier. 5000 francs; M. Beckers, 1250 francs; Mme. G u e retti, 1000 franes. M. G abel re ceived 1400 francs a m o n th, an d each o f the associates of these singers h a d about $250 ,D c u «Tency. The whole m o n thly debit ac­ count of the establishm ent w as $24,000 in currency, or for th e eight m o n ths, o r near- ly. t a ^ w o . n » - i * t h « - a r tu ia i t * a n d . ia Parit, th e ir engM -- m e a ts to r u n from October 5th to Ju n e 4 th. miss M a r r i o t t . T h is talented actress — non nod an en- gogOM B t a t R o d n a t e r l u M o aday er™ . ing, a p p n r i a g m J u lia in •• T h . H u nch- back.” T h e prese o f t h a t city agree in ac­ cording t o her t h o highest praam, styling her th e g r e a test ne trees in America. The following, w h ich we tak e from th e Roches­ ter Chronicle, does not speak very favorably for th e g e n tility o f th e aadienoe before which Mias M a rriott was forced to p e rform : “ We are sorry to m y th a t th e audience, or a t least some people in it, didn’t do a s well as th e people on th e stage. One individual, w h o m n h t h ly h m I him m lf in n p r i r a U box fo r t h e first tim e , eat through tho w h o le of f i a c t w ith h i s t i i t s r i H s g o o th o fashion in f ront, giving M iss M a rr iott a f a ir oppor­ tu n it y t o e a n a t t h e hoh w i l e m th o solm . Some others in t h e dreee circle took occa­ sion to hold a long conversation on th e i r business affaire in so loud a tone as seriously to m a r th e enjoym e n t of th e i r neighbors during nearly t h e w h o lf o f t h e fourth a c t ; and tn e c o n d u c t o f th e occupants of t b e gal­ lery waa sim p ly scandalous. W h y don’t the m anagers p u t a n officer there to m a in­ tain o r d e r ? ” THK r in k . A very large and brillian t audience filled th e Rank Inst evening to see th e race be­ tw e e n M essrs. K e n d a ll and Greenwood. K e n d a ll won t h e inside, an d th e y got off iq splendid s tyle and a t a tearin g gait. Green wood drew ahead aud passed K e n d a ll oi; th e second ta r n , b u t in doing so took the inside too soon and crow d e d th e latter so th a t his hind w h eel stru c k K e n d a ll’s d r iv ­ ing wheel, throw ing his feet off the pedals. K e n d a ll w e n t on, however, and was slowly gaining when Greenwood fell on th e lower tu r n and K e n d a ll passed. Greenwood wa* on his bicycle a n d after K e n d a ll in m arvel­ ously s h o rt tim e , and gained rapidly. Both were going a t a trem e n d o u s rate, and Greenwood was draw ing ahead on th e o u t­ side when he fell, and in snch a m a n n e r th a t K endall e o u ld not avoid going over his machine. Greenwood waa n p and of! again, b u t K e n d a ll caught his foot in th< wheel and lost sonfe tim e before he could get off. H a d i t not been for Greenwood's foul on second tu rn , he w o u ld have had the nace. As i t was, th e judges not being able to decide th e delicate question as to w h e th ­ er Green wood inte uf tonally fouled, decided th a t i t was a draw and should be ru n over again. M r. H e rvey tried to have it decid ed t h e n and there, b a t Greenwood had dam a g e d th e pedal of his veloc, and, mure over, both were p r e t t y w e ll used up. So it was postponed till to-m o rrow evening. The decision of th e judges was received w ith immense satisfaction and applause by th e audience. Indeed, we never saw an audience so well satisfied w ith a n u n d ecided race, although during th e race t h e w ildest excitem e n t prevailed. A f ter th is cam e th e long delayed race w ithout tillers betw e en M essrs. Hoffmau and Foraes. The U t t e r had tho inside at the ! s ta r t, and managed to keep It by very skillful jockeying, eith e r accidentally intentionally, running his m achine before Hoffman w h e n e v e r t h e l a t t e r attem p ted to pass either outside or inside. T h e race was one mile, but as n e ither heard th e call they w e n t on, Hoffman passing and Fornes fall­ ing on the fifteenth circuit. As he waa ■ l i c w l o u t h e f u u i t o r u t h c i r c u i t , t h o p r i z e . a silver cup, was given to him. Much dissatisfaction w a s m anifested by the audience, and we understand th a t to ­ morrow evening this race will be repeated also. A second line w ill be draw n around the Hnor four feet outside th e inside line, and th e p a r ty having t h e inside will be ob­ liged to keep inside th is line, t h u s giving th e other an oportunity to pass outside. This cannot fail to be satisfactory to a 1 parties. Greenwood and K e n d a ll wtfl choose tw o judges each, and both w ill agrpc upon a referee who will decide whioh wine. A dventures of a P ennsylvania M an . Y e sterday afternoon a handsom e youth from th e oil regions m ade his appearance a t Police H e a d q u a rters and stated t h a t he hed been robbed of a gold w a tch, a revolver ai_<l a sum of m o ney. H e had come to Buffa.o for th e purpose of picking up a minstk#l troupe to perform in Oildorado, b u t in s teid of picking up th e players he was picked up himself and pretty badly fleeced, according to his story. He felt sure th a t be could find and identify the m an who had robbed him, and a couple of detectives w e n t in search of hint, h u t failed to strike his trail. rtfrtn « i a h u d ] s n o o a | t a a o rator a t th s d a y . T h s Jam e s tow n 'says: “ T h s ■ b e n of W e stern Snn C h a p ter, 67, of Royal A r c h M asons of th is place, w ill cele­ b r a te Mm s e m i-centennial a n n iversary of its organization in a proper m a s i t r on T h u r s ­ day, J u ly 1st, a t M asonic H a ll. The pro­ gram m e is n o t y e t fully com pi ie te d , b u t it is enough to ssy i t will be a grand a ffair.” ------ Bishop Coxe adm inistered thu rite of con­ firm ation in Jam e s tow n last ijtundj.y. NIAGARA COUNT!'. Benj. G raves h a s s tarted a hor» training school in L o e k p o rt. M r. L . E. Fay, for­ m e rly oUfce L o e k p o rt Journal, is now edit- ing th e Petnilanm C e n ter D a ily J^ cord. ------ T h e ladies of t h e T r in ity Chare}, in Mid- dleport w ill b o ld s festival a l Pierce’s Hall in t h a t village, on th e 17th <*' th is m o n th, for t h e purpose of raising funds so help in th e construction of t h e ir nel’r edifice. ------ Dr. M. R ipenburgh died a t Ms residence in Iiockporton M onday, th e 14th List., a t the advanced age of eighty-four years. The L o e k p o rt Journal of Monday says, “ J e r r y O’ I-eary , of Sacram e n to, C a li/ornia, one of th e editors and proprietore of th e Sacra­ m ento Bee, arrived in t h is city on Saturday evening, am o n g th e early pasr<engere over tb e Pacific R a ilroad.” .^n adjourned m eeting of th e N iagara C o u n ty Teachers' Association w ill be held a t Pe}an in th is county on S a turday, th e 19th iost. C ity C h a r t e r C ommission .—N o tice is hereby given t h a t th e Board of Com mis­ sioners appointed by a reo e i t act of the Legislature of the S tate of Now York to revise th e ch a rter of the <iiy of Buffalo, have this day organized. Bj: a resolution of th e Board th e C lerk w as directed to p u b ­ lish a notice inviting suggestions in w riting of a n y am e n d m e n t to th e pres< u t city ch a r ­ te r w h ich any person m ay deeia proper to be made. The Board especially invito m ch sugges­ tions, and w ill tak e them trto considera­ tion. ' < A ll c o m m u n ications r e latirp to th e m a t ­ ter roust be addressed to t t a Clerk of the C ity C h a rter Commission, and s e n t to the office of th e C ity Clerk. Geo. S. W a r d w e l l , S e c retw y , pro tem. D a te d J u n e 14, 1869. G reat rash f o r $ 1 gaitere a a d children’s fancy shoes a t H . H , Koch’s, 486 M a in s t F or choice K e n tucky W h is k y for medi- oinal u*e go to S w ift A B u s ted. k25-tf W- h i t « G oods .— W e have ju s t received from auction a lot of Piques a t very low prices. Also a large line of H a m b u rg Edg­ ing and Inserting cheaper th a n ever. In Ladies’ plain and hem -atitched h a n d k e r ­ chiefs we are prepared to offor g r e a t bar­ gains. R osenac B ros A R ic e . S ow ing M achines .—All persons in ten d ­ ing to purchase a sew ing m achine should exam ine th e Am e rican Com b ination before buying any other. I t perform s all t h e or- d i n v y range of sewing in a vastly superior m anner, and w o rks b u tto n holes and over­ seams as nicely as by hand. J ames H. J ewett , 406 M ain street. Am e rican Block. B U F F A L O A E R I E R A IL R O A D CO. ELECTION —'Treasurer’* Office, BaO»!o, Mmy 21. 180) —The Annual Netting of tha Mock hoi-Urn of this * om> any, for tl.ft eh-cilon of I>ir etors and th-ee lusptcto-h vt Kle-tscn, will be held at tbe Gen­ eral Office mt the Com pan r. in the H y of Buff >to, on TU M M Y , THR TWENTY-.-BOOND DAY O- JL’NK N b XT. The polls will be open at 11 o’clock A. U , and rerna n i pen one hour. Tbe Trausf.r Books will i»e cloned at th* Dffl.* of the Farmer’- Loan *mi Trust Company, m the city ef New York, on the s venth day of June neat, ami remain closed unui after the Election. GtO. IL CILAsB, Secretary. O verw h e l m ing stock of boys’ a n d c h ild- dreb's straw h a ts at 291 M ain s treet, B xrgtold A B ro . F hty dozen Panam a hats to be closed out,*from $2 to $35 e ach, a t 291 M a in st., B ergtold A B ro . O pe n in g T h is D ay , at Barnes A Bancroft, Ladies Gauze Vests, Lisle and Bai'triggan Hose, G e n ts ’ S u m m e r h alf H o st, a t th e low e st possible prices. B arnes A B an Rorr, < as i H ouse, 259 .1 am 3treet. D ress G oods from A uction J u s t received by Barnes A Bancm f , 2{’>9 Main street, Silks, Dress Goods, P o p lin ’ ( h awla, Ac., at prices lower thau e er. B a r k i s A Nt r o f t , i ' t sh House. T he G ood T em plars ’ E xcursion .—T he excursion of Sam a ritan Lodge No. 827, I. O. of G. T., to N iagara Falls on Thursday is to be a huge affair. A t eight o'clock W a h ’e’s full band will report to S. B. B a n ­ croft, Lodge D e p u ty, aud a t h a lf-past eight the bauners will be presented. T h e y j » iw as follows : 1st Banner—Scarlet, w ith inscription “ Faith, Hope, C h a rity, Sam aritan Lodge, 827, I. O. of G. T ., Buffalo, N. Y .” 2d BanneT—Blue, “ T h e A lm ighty and Allwise prepared b u t one drink, (view of fountain,) pure w a ter.” 3d Banner—W h ite, H o ly Bible, “ Love God and keep his c o m m a n d m e n ts .” 4tb Banner—Purple, The all-seeing eye, “ W h a tsoever ye w o u ld t h a t others should do unto you, do ye even so to th e m .” The music for th e odes of th e fratern ity have been arranged so all can Bing n con­ cert w ith full band. Program mes will be furnished to all present on the train. A t 8:45 m arch to t h e depot and a t 9:65 proofed to N iagara Falls and G o a t Island from Erie street d epot. WESTERN NEW YORK. W Y O M I N G CO U N T Y . O u r correspondent a t E a s t Jav a w rites “ The w ire w o im has dam aged th e crops to a considerable e x ten t in this section. Grass looks well. Slight frosts, doing l ittle o-- no damage, visited th is section th e 5th, 6th and l u th of the present m o n th . ------ One team draw s upw ards of 4400 p o u nds of m ilk ifaily to the East J a v a F a c tory.” ALLEGANY COUNTY. A onc-pound tro u t w as c a u g h t in the mill pond at A n d over one d a y last w e e k . The recent fair a n d festival given by th e Athe- neum a t A lfred netted $140. fu n e r a l Howell has broken ground for his new hotel on th e Van Buren site a t W e llsville. ------ Andover is j u s t comm encing on th e veloc­ ipede excitem e n t. The Excise Board, at its last session on T h u rsday, Ju n e 10th, de cided n o t to g r a n t any licenses in A n d o v e r this year. A m an nam ed John H u rley, while driving dow n hill near A n d o v e r w ith a load of lum b e r and shingles a few days since, slipped, off th e load, fell un d e r the wheels a n d was ru n over and in s tan tly killed. M r. H u rley v/as about fifty years old, and leaves a wife and three children. Van A m b u rgh’s M anagerie e x h ibited in A n d o v e r on M o n d ay, the 12th i n s t . Ihe village of A n d o v e r boasts four church, s — Presbyterian, B a p tist, M e thodist Episcopal and C a tholic. • C H E M U N G CO U N T Y . T h e Dan Noble trial farce a t Elm ira has been again gone through w ith. T h e ju r y l>eing unable to agree th e case w ill how have to lay over for a n indefinite period of tim e . M essrs. W . L. D ailey and M. V. B. Backm an, law y e rs of H o rseheads, have dissolved partnership. Mrs. Henry C. Spaulding, of Elm ira, reached home ou Saturday from her European to n r. I he school commissioners of H o rseheads have aw a rded th e contract for building th e addi­ tion to the Union School H o u se to H a rry Beardsley of t h a t village. Dan Noble is slow ly gaining vantage ground in bis trials. A t th e one j u s t concluded the ju r y stood seven for a c q u ittal to five for conviction. A t th e previoustrialthe j u r y stood six tosix. T h e vote in H e d d ing M. E. Church, of Klmira last Saturday resulted in seventy- five to t e n in favor of lay representation. MONROE COUNTY. M iss M a rriott played Julia ia Rochester M onday night and Meg Merillee Tuesday- n ig h t. -The following is th e nine of the re-organized Excelsior Club of Rochester w h ich we tak e from the R o c h e ster Chronicle: J . W . M cKelvey, catcher; J . Baird, p itch ­ er; J . R . Cam p b ell, first base; Elroy F. Sabin, second base; E. S u tton, t h ird base; George W a rd, short stop; J . C a rruthers, left field; J . Glenn, center field. T h e r ight field s till rem a ins o p en, th e c hoice lying be­ tw e e n P a trick H . Sullivan, C h a rles M c­ Kelvey and Beverly W . Jonee, each of whom will find i t difficult t o play a t ev*ry game, so t h a t , for th e present, at th e y wiil a lternate in t h a t p o sition. The Monroe County Sportsm e n ’s C lub haa pro­ cured six hundred pigeons, and will have a shoot this week F n d a y . M r. C h a rles F. Dickinson, of Victor, died M o n d a y m o rn­ ing a t th e age of sixty-six years. Thu R o chester Philharm o n ics give a c o n c e rt at Le R o y on t h e 16th inst. in connection w ith the comm encement exercises of t h e Ingham University.-: ----- T h e Excelsiors, of Roches­ ter, will probably play in A u b u rn on the 3d of J n l y . T h e class day s x e rctses of th e U n iversity of Rochester w ill tak e place a t th s College Chapel o n T h u rsday a f ter­ noon, J a n e 17 th . CHAUTAUQUA COUNTY. lU u . R . 8. V a n Clnoa p w e f l i d h is fare- w’*n W e etfiald l a e t Sunday.------- W mtfieU inten d s to celebrate th a F o u r th » style t h is year. One a t tb e com m ittee 0 J W . H M M , i. m » S ™ Took (or th e purpose o t securing t h e services o f some OlTI'l n r B. aki > iik <.’ h ’ mi h Ex- IHE or I Hit. t B i kfal <>, J uu V 15 . N o tu E.— T h e Hoard of Cojn m ssioners of Excise for th e county of Eri» vill m eet at th e old C o u rt H o u se in th e city of Buffalo on M o n d ay, Ju n e 21, for th e purpose of granting licenses for tho sale o f intoxicating liqours. A ll persons whose i censes h a n expired and w h o intend to cqpt nue or sell any s trong and spirituous liqjo, s are hereby- notified t h a t they m u st procure a license as required by law. Those whu have not re­ newed t h e ir licenses for the jle i r 1.S69, and who are selling liquors w ithout license are liable to the law, and an i.pjlication for such license should be m ade (Vo * he Board at tho m e e ting above s tated. L. W . F u k i v s , Clerk. B eautiful W oman .— If jro» w-.>uld be beautiful, use H a g a n s Magnolio Balm. It gives a pure blooming cbiLplexmn and restores youthful beauty. Its effects are gradual, natural and per­ fect. It rem oves redness, blotcbijs ».nd pimples, cures tan, sunburn and freckles and m akes a lady of t h irty apuear b u t t h e lty. T h e M agnolia Balm makeo th e skin smooth and jiearly, th e eye bright a n d clear, the cheek glow w ith the bjooin of youth, and im p a rts a fresh, plum p a] p earanee to the countenance. No lady ne-wi complain of her complexion when 75 «en\s will p u r ­ chase this delightful article. T h e best thing to dress tha -,iair w ith i Lyon’s Kathairon. dac C ast o ff C lothing . — N, Boasberg, Spaulding’s Exchange, pay n t he highest cash price for ladies’ and (rents’ c a st off clothing. Call at Btore, oi a hires* box 2S92 Postoffice. F ive hundred d ozen m en's „al] new styles) straw h a ts opened thi* day a-; 2!>l M ain st. B ergtold A B ro . OYSTERS.— W h o lesale and R e tail, j27 E aoan A C o ., !25) M ain st. J u n ipe r ta r soap is a curtain cure for chapped hands, eczema, ring worm, salt rheum , pimples, and all other cutaneous affections, rendering the u k ii soft a r d smooth as velvet. Slanufacj nj-ed by Cas­ well, H a z a rd & Co., New Y o rk. Sold by all D ruggists. l|2 f - T F d a c ly C o n s t i t u t i o n W a t e r is a certain cure for diabetes and all diseases \)i the kidney e For sale by all druggists. dac 200 Boxes Oranges and L?n ons for sale low by P la it F ruit C o . S pr in g styles of pearl fjasnmeres and beaver hats a t 291 M am strfet( B eru Y ijld A B ro . C oal T ar C omposition will cure all kinds of th r o a t and lung d senses, such as Bronchitis, A sthm a , C a tarrh a n d Consump tion. The fumes of th e suiw ttnce are iu haled directly into th e lungp, t h u s a p p lying th e rem e d y to th e affected |iur a ce as well as to th e blood. I t is indor.ied by tb e m o st scientific physicians in NeW Y jrk , Chicago and Buffalo. I t is invaluable in the sick room. Sold by W. H. P e a b o d y , Druggist. T h r F arm e r s ’ and M ecantcs ’ N ational B ank , Governm e n t Loan A. ;ent. No. 3 Spaulding’s Exchange, w ith . ai authorized capital o f $500,600, is now oi*eu for th e p u r ­ pose of d o ing a regular Banking business. I t has already issued fia j .q J O National C u rrency w h ich is a t par >an i of uniform value in all p a r ts of th e l7nij*d States. Five per c e n t, interest allow ad for Sav­ ings deposited in this Bank, w i:h th e right to draw i t out a g ain (w ith o p e n e d interest) a t a n y tim e. M r. Spaulding also continue* to buy and sell G o v e rnm e n t bonds—also to convert 7-30 T reasury notes into 5-20 six per cent. Gold b o nds. E. G. S paci . du o , Pres’t. H . G. N orton , Cashier. ' g2SD-AutfT A handsome p a ten t shifting top bnggy, new style, for sale. Can be'st-un a t C alla ­ han ’ s stable on W a shington at vet. A S ecret M ade P ublic . — T o save all further dispute as to the vjjgetsble princi­ ples w h ich im p a rts to Sozcuont its purify­ ing a n d preservative properties, th e proprie­ tors announce t h a t th e Bark of hv Quillaya Saponaria or S oap Tree of S j u t l A m e rica— th e cleansing properties q; w m ch are nn- eqnaled by any other vegeliabl.t substance as y e t discovered—is its m ain ingredient. “ S pa l d in g ’ s P repared G t e n ” mends chairs, crockery, e tc . M W F M illin e r y G oods . —W h ite, c.rab, b row n and black N e a p o litan H a t* and B o n n e ts : French flowers a n d w r e a th i.; s(lka, satins and crapes, taffeta a n d s a tin ribbons, bonnet and h a t fram es a t prices chiiaper than ever. Also, a large s tock of p a n s o ls, fans, silk gimps, fringes, buttons, etc/, to w h ich we call special attention. B o s k n a u J I r o s , a R ic k . P arasol ? and S un SH a d is .—The largest variety in the city —new designs and bar­ gains, open this A. M ., a t ________________ B / r n u m ’ s . S p e c ia l N o t i c e . — H a v isg jn.it returned from N e w York w ith a large s tock of goods purchased a t auction sales we ai e now pre­ pared to sell goods in oqr lu e a t prices never before know n in th ia city.- R osenau B ki * . A R ick , 4 D M ajn s treet. A S t a r t l i n g T ruth:-*-T h o u s a n d s die annually from neglected cuAighs' a n d colds, which soon r ipen into consum p tixu o r other equally f a tal diseases of thfi lungi, w h e n by th e tim e ly nse of a single b a ttle <f Dr. W is­ taria Balsam of W ild C h e rry their lives could have been preservnl to a green old Age. dac B U I L D I N G * JSAAC HOLLtfWAY, D e a ler in MEDINA AXD LOi'kMT SANDSTONE, FLA G G IN G , CU R B IN G , PLATFORM S , D o o r and W indow Cap* and S ills, Steps, E tf Office and Y a rd corner of M ichigan st. and the Main a n d H a m h u n r Canal. w E IN VITE The A tten tio n of B U I L D K R S To c u r Larue and w e ll Selected Stock of HARDW ARE, NAILS, TOOLS, Ac, Prices Low. SH A W ft FE R R IS, 446 M ain s t . , Buffalo. £1U M M IN G 8 A CLARK, P r o p r ietors of t h e AKRON CEMENT WORKS, and d e a lers in QUICK LIM E , LA N D AND CALCINED PLASTER F I R E B R IC K . AC. OfBceTS R iver s t r e e t; B ranch office 1 C e n t. W h a r Buffalo, N. Y. U. C u m m in?* *7 Seth Clark. k i m . v k h s n i u r u i . B r i c k y a r i > f o r s a l e - a t e r i e Railroad S ta ’ion, Lancaster, w ith 7 a c re*and all necessary tools f o r m a k e * brie*, tor s»le c h e a p and •>n easy term s by HUM E A SANFORD, 16 W est Swan st. P ANORAMA FOR SALE—A NEW Pa-'oram a of 21 scenes in T u r k e y , all in ru n ­ ning o r d e r, w II t e sold for ?0->, b y A. PAKMKLEE, M edina, N. Y, ■ A 1 P W A 1 E A M D S T O V E S . r p H K MORNING AND EVENING STAR Im p roved.. A SPLEN D ID FIRST-CLASS C O O K S T O V E . ON E O F T H E BEST IN M ARKET. Sold only by SH A W A F E R R IS , 446 Maui s t., Buffalo. A M E R I C A N C O O K I N G S T O V E . ANOTHER IMPROVEMENT IN THIS S M I AND AN O T H E R PATENT. A f ter a Ion? series of experim e n ts we have added th e Rase B u rning principle t o th e AMERICAN COOKING STOVE, By w h ich a m u re uniform com b u s tion is obtained in all ports o f th e F ir e Box, and a continuous fire can i>e k e p t w ith a jrreat s a v in? of fuel. T h is is another acquisition to thin w orld renow n e d stove and is fully secured *».v L e tters P a tent. This stove has now been before t h e public f o r eight y e a rs, a n d Over M y Thousand *f th-m a n in Use. To t h e entire s a tisfaction of th e people, a n d th e y art eagerly s o u g h t a f te r n all th e States betw e e n t h e A t­ lantic and Paerfic t.oants. We have im p oved i t from tim e to tim e un til i t is adm itted t o be a m o st perfect as a stove; and the strongest evidence of its sup« r io r ity over a ll o there b tbe num e r o u s a tte m p ts t o im itate its nam e and de- silTO- W hile some of these im itations are infringe­ m e n ts of o u r rights and are being prosecuted, all will )>e found greatly inferior to th e genuine article in t h e ir operations. SH E A R , PACKARD A CO.. 17 a n d 19 G reen s tr e e t, Alban v N. Y. F o r s a le by C. E. W ALBRID G E , 271 Main street Buffalo, N Y. ___________________ P E E E L E S S IS CONCEDED TO BE TIIE BEST COOK STOYE E V E R M A D E . It is a 8PL E N D ID BA K E R and perform s equally well in o th e r respects It is a perfect GAS BURNER and requires LESS F U E L th a n any o th e r stove. I* is e q 'ially well adapted for wood o r coal. I t is th e HEAVIEST first class stove in m a rket, a r d therefore MORE DURABLE. It is m ade from th e BEoT QUALITY of iron, and w a rranted n o t t o crack. A n d for BEAUTY O F DESIGN, SMOOTH > E * S O F CASTING* AND ELEGANCE O F FIN ISH T h e PEER L E S S stands unequalled. Sold only by SH A W A FE R R IS, 44* V -in -t . B-ffatn A T T O K N K k S . LT0RBUSH & HYATT, JT Successors t > E. B A W H. F o r h u ‘ h, S jlicitor* ol A m e rican and Foreign P a tents, and ATTORNEYS IN PV T E N T C * S E S , Weed’s B lock, corner of Main and Swan s treets, B U F F A L O , N . Y. Jay H y a tt, W. I I. Forbush, tt’y A C o u n sellor * T w esh anical Engine? B R A S S , I R O N , A c . U F F A L O BR ASS FO U N D R Y , 76 Exchange s t., Buffalo, N. Y. BRASS CASTING IN ALL ITS BRAUHIS NEA T L Y AND EX P E D ITIO U S L Y DONE, Ami W a r r a n ted Satisfactory. .1 AMES W. M ADDEN, Supt. B P A P E R . C H R 1 S T E Y & JE N K S . (Successors t o A rt h u r C h ristey.) B e lera in X A T I J N E R Y , P A P E R , AND BLANK BOOKS, PRINTERS* AND B IN D E R S ’ STOCK, Nos. 200 a n d 202 Main S t., Buffalo. A R T H U R CHRISTEY . EDM UND B. J E N K S . C. WOODRUFF A; CO., PAPER lA J i m m i E E S AXD DEALEES, 24 and 26 I*EARL TR E E T , BU F F A L O , Keep on h nd a n d m a n u facture to order papers of every grade, a t W holcaale Prices. CA^H PA ID for all kinds o f Paper *tock. W a rehouse of th e N iagara F ills Paper M ills, W y­ om ing P sper M ids, Erie Pape- Mill*. L C WO 'D R U F F , EDW ARD K E R S T E N S . OTIS McOOI.LTTM. CURRAN C W o o D R U F F 2 0 0 ________ F L O I K . ____ BLLS FRE.SH GROUND uSY- HKAL. 1O0 bhla May Flow e r M l!s, w h ite w inter w h e a t. 100 b b ls G enoa M ills, choice M innesota. 100 bbla In tern a tio n a l, No. 1 Spring. 500 b oxes Fox's C incinnati Starch. C H E A P FO R CASH, BY ANDREW M. JOHNSTON, D E A L E R IN CHOICE G R O C E R IES, FLOUR AND OATMEAL, W HOLESALE AND RETA IL, 72 MAIN STREET H O T E L S . ^ J N I T E D STATES HOTEL, CA P E MAY CITY, N. J . , Will he opened f o r t h e s ason Saturday, May 29. In all fir-t chw appointm e n t*, e q u a l to any, a n d vet a f ­ fording to fam ines a 1 t .e coniform of a h- me. Pre id n t w r a n t e x p e c ts to \i>it th e U n ited ftate* thi* Season A d d re*. A A h O N M IL L -R , P ro p r iet r. F o r s a l e c h e a p —n e w s ro o m doing a g ood bu*i ie*s, in good locU inn. Good rr*H>n» g iven for selling F r p<rticular» inquire at BUFFALO NEW S COMPANY, 37 Eaat Ben.oa »t., j r a t 129 N iagara • treet. 1VTANTED, Ac.—ADVERTISEMENTS V ▼ n o t exc» e d ing fo u r line*, in*ert< d in this c o l­ um n f o r 4 5 c . , each a d d itional lin B n . _____________ W A NTED—ONE HUNDRED ABLE- Ixnli d gen t 1* m e n dav boarders; price F4 50 p e r week, a t THOMAS’ E u n q * a n H o tel, cor. W ash­ ington and E x change t t a . ____________________ GENTLEMAN . . an*i wife, a small cottage o r p a r t of a cottage n o t too f a r up tow n ; ro u t low. Addreus u BOU8t>,’ thiso f l e e . ____________________ ^ y - A N T E D - BY A O R D E R S W ANTED — COUNTY uwught by L I O N * B A K K K .K rie Land Office L O U T A \ U t ’O l K O . i : OST—A PAIR OF GOLD SPECTA last. The Under will he suitably rew arded by leaving t em a t t* i* < ffi e. I OST ^ i •ICNE 14TH, A PARCEL OK Black Milk. Anv one retu r n in g th e same t ■ 36o Mai<i «trc*«twill iher-liy rewnrdvd. H -o i n d a r o a n h e i f e r c a m e t u t » m y p n misc* on Saturday la*t. The o ner ED W ARD C u H R ls- F O R SA L E —T W O n e w c o t t a g e s on n o r th Ode o f Swan, 160 f a c t eaat of Jeffier- •nn S . , ju* t finished, w ith every conven ence. Price #11500. Apply to H. H. MAYNARD, No. 97 Seneca street. F OR SALE—THAT SUBSTANTIAL and com m o d ious 2-story (front a n d rear) Brick H o u se, w ith U rge ground* well sto .'lu d w ith fru it at d shade trees, t h e residence of th e late William H o igo. Esq . located o n th e southw e a t c o r n e r o f Main and I Uca sta. A p p ly ho J O H N OTTO, 61 P e a rl *t- F IRST CLASS ‘‘ DW E L L INGS FOR Sale —A new Vwirtaan* ooinp’eted. on M tin ft , near N o r.h s t . ; large house, finely finished in ii . d e r n i t i b ; lot 52«x2i>4. ,i good 2 . tor* brick dw e lling. No. 142 N inth s t . , cetpevt cel a r and cistern, m m a c e , ga«, Ac.; house in perfect - r d e r , finely papered Sc. The e le g a n t d o w n tow n r^.-idei.ee o n N iagara square, Mui-<ard roof, well built, n e a ily new , finished in good st lc and exp* nse. An extrem e ly desirai le place for iw wins r e q u ir ing to live near u* business. Prioes ailJ term s reasonable. LY'OS A BAKER, Erie Land ttffice. i Ah prtmiH) V |*».' * K barges, •ott Road T O L L T - k T O B E H . ''O R E N T —A SM A L L STORK NO. 96 tw o hors. s. on th e alley in rear of Swan street. No 154. Inquire a t 1*2 S« n eca str«s t . 1> It« 'WEN OST—D R O P P E D FROM T H K ARM i of th e under* g- e d , J u n e 2d. a boy’* »ca*. Tin finder will -ce* ive a iit>cral rew ard upon retu r n in g it PEYTON IIAKKI*», 61ft Michigan M reet. L 'O K R E N T - STO L E S NO. 91 A N D 93 r M ain •*. A p p ly t > W. IL PEABODY. S t o r e s t o l e t — iso, 184 a n d 194 Main *t., w e s t s ide, a ll in good r e p a ir w ith coun­ ter and fixture* com p lete; alao 186 Main s t , form<.-r- y W h ite's Bank,w e ll c a lc u lated f o r b a n k ing purpose*. Potuewion A p ril 1. A p p ly to JA M E S W IN s U IP . ifBe»* o v e r s tore 1M M ain s t H O R S E S A N D C A R R I A G E S . P O N Y FOR SA L E —SU IT A B L E FOR boys or girls driving o r riding; e x tr a fine and gentle. Inquire im m ediately a t Dr. S O M E R V ILLE’S .stable, “ 127 Erie st. IT 'IN E SADDLE HORSE FOR SALE. r A hand.Hom-t and very Ftylish h r ight bay geld­ ing. Inquire of C H A R L E S B. L« OMIS* w ith Hazard A G u th r ie, foot c f Main s t , Buffalo. L 'O R S A L E —SECON D H A N D BUGGY r of New Y o rk m a n u f a c ture. Inquire a t Miller's stable, on th e l e r i a c e X r O R S A L E -^A SPL E N D 1 D C A R R IA G E K. H o rse, e i g h t years old je t black, w a ranted oucd and perfectly gentle. A rare oha .ee to a pr r son w a n ting a fam ily c a r r a^e hors . Can be s e e n at B u rton's stair e 58 Pearl st. T O L K T - R O O M S . T O RENT.—SPLENDID OFFICES IN No 77 Pearl »t. A p p ly to JO H N O IT O , 8l L o f t s t o l e t —o v e r n o s . 89, 91 and 93 Main st 3d and 4th s tories, each floor 52x75 feet. A p p ly to W 11. I'aiA liO u Y . O R R E N T —F U R N I S H E D TvOOMS, P w ithout board, for geutlem e n only. A p p ly to JO H N OTTO, Real E state and Loan B roker, No. 81 K OOMS A N D O F F IC E S T o L E T — N o 440 Main s t- e e t 2d s tory, gas and w ater. 323 Maiu street 2d s to r y , g * a n d water. 56 Lloyd s t r e e t, 2d, 3d aud 4th stories. LYON A BAKER. I 3 0U M S A N D PO W E R TO K E N T . I V T h e room s are desirable and th e pow e r con­ o a n t Inquire of K. A B. HOLM E S , M ichigan st. m d t h e C a n al, Buffalo. m a n u f a c turing purposes, f o u r floor*, e ach 25x '6 , w ith office a n d gas and w a ter, s itu a te co m e r ot •Vanhmgtou s t. and tb e CanaL LYON A BAKER, Kne Land Office. c i u l u w w u i » 1869. COAL. 869. J. T. HOOLE &• CO., Office No. 4 N. Division s t. We a r e now prepared to receive o.dere for t h e best quality Qf PittstOD, Hlkft-liarrr i anil LarkawanDa fitil- W h ich, until f u i t h e r notice, we will » 11 a t th e fol low ing p r c e s. per u.,i of 2 00 lbs , delivered w ithin 1 1 .e cii v lim its, outside of w h ich a sn a i l charge wili lie m a d e f o r c a rtage. T o n . } Ton. J Tow G r a te ............. #8 15 84 20 *2 2 E g g .................................... 8 2 » 4 -25 2 X> Stove ...................................... 8 50 4 35 2 2 . i h.-stu u t ............................. - 8 25 4 25 2 10 P e a ........................................ 5 00 2 75 1 5y Also, BI sshurgh for l lacksm ith’s use, I-ehigh Lum p (old Com p a n y 's a>«I ?u g a r Loaf) fo r foundry purposes, and best qu a lity o f selected So t Co 1 for g r a u s . c o n s tantly on hrh d . We ate also pre;sued to sti p y raan u f a - tu r e r s wi h good B itum inous i oal for s team purpo es a t low r . U s O u r facilities uv rece ving, h..us ng and del.v. r ng coal are unsur passed, a n d we re*|tectfullv solicit a s h a re of p a tr o n ­ age. ' J. T. II OLE, E L. H K i-sT ’-OM. H O A R D I N G A N D L O D G I N G . N IA G A R A ST. A FE W RO a RD ■furnished; auital.ie for familic* <»i »ingl» gentle m e n . ELLCOTT ST. A FEW BOARD- rr* can Iw ac om n v s lato l w ih board an-\ rorm a . Also a few day boarder* w a n ted K SW A N ST .— P L E A n A N l i-m. w ith b ar.l for singh- gentlem e n ..r a d hi* wl c, c a n ho secured, references ex changed n p. r s e n a l a p p llcati n. 90, T'K ne*. 1 0 0 , CLINTON ST. — BOARD week or day; room s furnished or nished; day board $4 per week. 149 BV infur- 99 - P E A R L ST ., B E T W E E N EA G L E um. mm*) and C o u r t - i t , a few boarders can he pleasantly ace* 1111 odaU-d w ith o- w ithout *o- 111 W A S H IN G T O N S T .— A FRONT ro - 111 , suitable for tw o gentlem e n o r for m&u a n d wife. 399 S I T U A T I O N S —F E M A L E S * A YOUNG LADY, THOROUGHLY proficient in Piano Music, will give instrw to n s t o a few pupil*, 'le n u s very low. A p p ly 1 275 N i n t h *t. ■ N T E D — BY A R E S P E C T A B L E Scotch w o m an, a situation •!a*s reference*. Addre** “ N u 's e ,” Kir- .-flic-. w A N T E D - A KESPEC TABLE GIKI would like to obtain a hom e iu a small pri ate ft mity w h e re she c a n earn h . r b o a id and help to cloth her-w lt; co u n tr y preferred; refeten tes g iven and required. Addr«-» hi-office. S I T I A T I O N S - M A L E S . A YOUNG MARRIED MAN, YERSE1 in M echanics, practical a n 4 t ’ e o rt tical, desire- n h . Apply at 2 0 V A N T E D -B Y A BOY, tio n in a s tore to ru n ei r&i thi* office. v v I . &.. t W ASTED youounir g r o c er ry ence* y w A SITU A ils. Addre*; uiar * preferred ence* g iven. Addre; A SITUATION in a dry cood* or greet Ipeaks G erm an. G 150 Main *L BV A ■y st >re .■I ret« r V A C A N T L O T S F O R , De law a re st .ean t s ide, 300 feet D e s i r a b l e S*1 .-100x225 rth of N o r th *t. 20(*x244, Delaware St., e a st side, 67b feet sm ith of Fi ■ Ht. a m u s e m e n t s . s t r a w b e r r y f e s t i v a l o AMD D a n c it. T h e U m An n u a l S tr a w h e - r j Feat v a l a n d D oo m is to ba g iven by th e Ladies of T H K FIRST SPIRITU A L IST SOCIETY, A t Liedertafel Hall form e rly K r e m il\ corner of Eaple and N iagara ►treats, on FRID A Y EV E N IN G , JU N K 18, 1989. Ticket* f. r lady a n d gentlen an, 60 c e - ta, hi ludmw dance For vale a t C o ttier A Denton’s Music bt< re. Tickets, a d m ittin g to Festival room s, 25 cent*. He- fn .nm e n tf t e a t a M mic hy v a id e ’s C o rnet a n d S tr in g Band. E XCURSION. here wil* l»e an Rxrureion of tb e Lafavette S tr e e t C h u rch Sabbath School on hA T U R ^ A T n e x t , Ju n e 19th. A plea ant tim e t* a n ti ipa'ed. All friends of tlm C h u rch ano School are conlialiv 'n v ited to attend. T ickets can be ha 1 a t th e bo.'.k »t«.re*. C h ildren, 25 c e n t.; adulta, 50 cents. S T. JOH N ’S N ight Festival, a t K. A N T E D -B Y A YOUNG MAN OF 20 years, a s ituation to work an I m a te him self useful; -|iraks G e rm a n , tird* r*tan*l* h ok keep ing: h i - good reference*. A- «hc>s a l^.. thi* office HELP—FEMALES. T W O GOOD G IR L S —O N E FOR G E N eral house work ill find eniplo; Exch ng*-. for chainlM- •alling at 13 S|«ulding's 9 ~ SIX T H ST .—G I R L W A N T E D TO m • ) d<» g e r e ia l housework. Gerrnan preferred. Kt fe en e e s r e q n ir d. Q .E N U 1 N E LACKAWANNA COAL F o r M a n u facturing and D o m estic use,w h ic h is minen and shipped < n ly hy TIIE DELAWARE AAD 111 DSOS CANAL CO. The undersigned are uow prepared t o receive or- iers for the aln>ve superior quality of coal, whicl will be screened a n d delivered in good condition in luantities t o s u it purchaient. Prices for th e present, per t o n of 20 oo lb s , delivered w ithin th e old cm lim its, a ru a* follows: f i n . . r 15 G r a te .......................... 8fW ......................... Sk)TS ...................... C h e s tn u t .................... Also, Blosahurg, coal, Scotch and Ameri> wholesale a n d retail. O. R. WILSON' A CO., 96 Ohio st., c*-mer Mississippi t 25 Lehigh J Tor #2 2 2 2< 2 ii 4 25 Lum p and prepared I Ton. a 20 4 25 IQ CARROLL ST I U to do general hot 6 U W A N T E D A G IR L PA R K PL A C E (N E W N O .)— A te<l midd!c-agc*i; one w h o thorough idi-r-tands her husinras am i can come well re 1 1 ■; 1 ■ th r I a | A sG IRL TO DO I P- S T SW A N S T .- O I Stairs w o rk . 9 ( ) _ 1 N I N T H S T .— W A N T E D , A G IR L m s * X fur general liuu 3 9 9 « housework; r fen 1 (ea F R A N K L IN ST .— K IT C H E N d. w atrf s #2 f 0 p f r wee>* | O 9 9 D E L A W A R E ST. I md girl for g e n e ral iiou. ewo a ill he paid. W A N T E D r k ; liliersl wage H E L P M I L E S . -- O N E H U N D R E D EXER W A N T E D ae ic m e \ , to engage In a s e u'ative busi­ ness. To those havi g an ordii a r t husin.s* faeu tv and a sm all c a p ital we offer larae lodueem e n ts. For p a iticulars, call 011 or Address U. If. J . , No. It* 'o u t o Division s tr e e t, hi.ff iio. ST CLASS WOOD ENGRAV1 I A ddress JO H N C. LGWK, No. 200 Ar; F Main -t. W i A M E D - I H E .SLBSt R1HLR DE sires to em p loy a com|>et*nt pi son to maim facture Vulcaniz«-<1 R u b b e r G*od*. Call a t 10 E n i l A M. and 12 M. ' 1 Pig Iro n , F ire B rick, etc. Q H . D U D L E Y & CO., W holesale and Retail D e a lers ii SUGAR LOAF, LEHIGH, SPRIN G BROOK, FR A N K L IN , PITTSM, LACKAWANNA, BLOSSBl’M , EKII A N D C L E V E L A N D COAL. Principal Office C O R N E R E R I E A ND TERRACE STS. Y ARD , FOOT OP E R IE ST. _ B u f f a lo , April 21. I860. __________ u NION COAL A ND WOOD COMPANY, F o o t of C o u r t st. A large q u a n tity of HARD A ND SOFT COAl FOR SALE, And 1000 CO R P S O F CANADA WOOD (B e a d and Maple), e ith e r in sti^k or saw* d o r s p lit. Delivered in an.- (.art of th e city. Liberal deductions m a le to d- alers. 111-tf DARLING A MONTAGUE. (.O AL. 1869 1 8 6 9 . ANTHRACITE COAL CO., FOOT O F GENKfeEE ST. s^ll sell until f u r th e r n >ttce those celebrated coah at th e following price* p<,r ton of 2000 lh«, deliver- <1 any v t x l of t h e old cit - lim it*, o u tr ide of which ■all c h a rge will be rnado f o r c a rtage: L u m p ............................................ G raU ............... .. .......................... Egg *• ......................... Stove ............................................ C h e a tnut ....................................... Term s s trictly C*«h Buffalo, May 19, c a rtag e : Ton JTon JT-> 18 80 94 35 6? 2 ■8 15 4 20 2 2 8 5 4 25 2 2 8 50 4 35 2 2 8 25 4 25 2 1 \n ord*reo. GEORGE DA K IN , A g e n t. THOM AS’ HOTEL & DINING ROOMS, (O S T H E E L E O P E A S P L A K J C*rwr if Eirkuw arf flvsiinjlM Su. Buffalo, N. Y. LADIES AND GENTS’ PRIVATE DINING ROOMS. KNTSANCK ON W ASHINGTON ST. S H E L L OYSTERS, CLAM AND SALT F IS H RECEIV E D DAILY. D INNERS FROM 12 TO 3. MEALS SERVED TO ORD E R AT A L L HOUR* 'IO A L A N D C O K E .— W E B S T E R A J FR E D E R IC K , and Y a rd. 219 Erie st. v O u t Slip, wi 1 sell g t r .iiov Lackaw ana, S c rant-'n, P itU to n , s n d o th e r hard -••xl*. Al.**., r r i e and < V v e - land best soft c o a l., BI or* b u r g h . -*>ft n u t and clack for - tr a m turj**>*t* at t h lowest m a rket price, whit-b w U Ije MTeen-.d a n d deli -cred in gf>od c o n d ition, in quantities to su it pure! »-*>rr*. Branch «.ffice No. 9 W. S * a u *t. A L z R o A H ■ K X E , agent*. ELLIS W E B S T E R , P. C. FKUMKRJCK. riv O A L , COAL. FARNHAM & ALLEN, CORN E R E R I E AND RIV E R RTREETS H a v e o n hand, a n d tor aale at all tim es.PITT3TON snd o th e r hard coals. Also E rie !xs*t soft coals BLOSSBURGH, L E H IG H , SLACK and N U T . a t thr ’ w< s t m a r k e t prices. FA R N HAM A ALLEN. Buffalo, May 9. 1863. M M K t s . \ O T I(’E .— B U F F A L O , JU N E 10. 1869 F r o m Ju n e 17 b , l - 9, t h e Drow n Cfevatos will e levate a n d tran s e r g*ain at one-oi vtc< n th ot one c r n t p e r bu*nel t o t b e g .ain ami one six tee t th f one ce- t to th e vessel, m a k ing a charge oi onl one-eighth of one cent j^ r Limiiel in all. Storag. re r for five days. F o r e cry ex ra t«-n o*v* Ntoragt iue-quar er of o n e cen t per bushel will be <ii -rg**d _________________________ F . A. BKOW N, Agent. M W o lfs OFFICE, - Buffalo Ju n e i2th , 18*i9. . NG GF T H E COMMIT- om m o n Council to makt g ti>e ninety t ird xt.ni en d e m e of th e I . it* d S late- Ottice 011 S a turday, J u n e i2ih A T A MEETU l \ tee appointed h 1 a' rang. m . 111 verca y -.1 th e Ind held a t th e M ayoi’ lirm l te i ! , Tliat tb e N ati nal G u a rd, and *11 organ iz <1 a-.soei.it o - th* P u ' lie S. h ol*, th e trad e - . nd pr*. e-sion r e p re-euting lie various 1 ra n c h e s «.f no chaiii ul uidu* ry in th *«i*y tie rrspectiully im it - .1 io jtartieij a te in th e oilcbrati »n o f th e N inety-third A iiiiversvry of th e A m e rican Independence, on Mo d y. th e 5th dav of J u ly next. All p:ir i m who desire t o pa- t icipife are r quest*>1 to r e p o r t to t h e undersigned on or fcefore th e -Mh WM F. ROGERS, ftdxl 10 t o an alley, F r a n k lin st., east side, 261 feet n* rtii of V irginia -t. 41' 135. b l lie o t t a t.,w e ? t side, 183 feet south of High *t. H A S T INGS A O IT O , Beal F r i s t e Brokers, No. 3 Brow n 's Bui dings. L71KST CLASS R E S ID E N C E S FOR J? hale. Two new 2-*tory Brick H o u ses, with French roof, fim -i.ed w ith black w a lnut, e h e s n u t and ash, in m.-der<i style th r o u g h o u t, situ a te on th e nort jea»t c o rtu r * f Main xud Dodge streets; lo t 70x 30>. *ch. W ill l>e sold on rea**>nal*!e term * . N* w 2-*tory Brick H ouse on th e * .uth-east co m e r of I .-law a re a n d Br a n t s tr e e ts; finished com p lete in m o d * m style; lo t 97 | x 236. 2 to r y B n c k D o u e , w ith wing (No. 1243), on Del;**are s t., near F e rry street; lot 134x580 to Lin- *<e»| a v enue, w ith brick b*m , * h m b tery and fru it n a,«uiulanee; is offered on very reasonable term s . J-story lin e * . No. 315 M ichigan s tr e e t, w ith mod ra im p rovem e n ts in fine orcer. 24-story Brick H-oi-e No. M U tica stre e t, near Main s t. e e t ; lot 60v2*.>0; will he sold cheap. Also, a U rge num U r <f chraper dwellings in all la r t* ot th e city, full printed list* of whioh may he h«d a t o u r office. if AHT’NGA A e»TT<», Real E -ta e B-.-ker*. No. 3 Rrow a 's Bur dir-g*. R a r e c h a n c e s * f o r h o u s e s a n d Lot- for sale, iu good localities and a t re*lit .-ed p.-ices, w ith im m e d iate povujmioti, l>y ttu m e A nan- !• r d , Irt W est frwtui »t. Ao 224 Allen f t . , in e x c e llent order, p r ice fSUOtr ;Vj7 h i n t i h t., 2-«L>ry fram e a n d nieeV -t OUUU 8 ^nnsvlvanix *t., 2-sti.rv fram e , n tw , lot 50x 16** 220\ 2 *7 S ixth reet, lot 4 1x132 .................................. HKMt F, u d on nt., 1 story cottage, new , lot 50x1* 0 .. . 2600 Hudson it , 2 -story fnune, new, lot 30x112 .......... 4t*U<: Fran b u s t , 2 -story brick, first c lass d w e lling.11 oOt M organ s t ., 2-story brick, first Claes d w e llin g ..10,(Hi* i;ry a n t st., 2 story fram e and h a m , all now. bfiOU 1 ,!•>Si th st , 2- t o y fram e and h a m , a t a bargain 2 V4 Allen s t., 2-story f ram e , new U n 5 o x l25... 4700 Rare chance fo a nice brick house and • ne-a lo t. c o v ered w ith fru it of ah kinds, new barn. g< -e l l and cistern, c o m e r C h e n a n g o and Rhode is.aud »• recta. ITns property m u s t he wold soon to d o s e u p an es- t te, a n d c - n be had a t a ►v r a t sacrifice anu on lih- e -d teim s . to r particulars apply t<* HUM E A SANFORD, 16 \ Swan st We have several farm s to exchange for c ity |«ro- L>rt.v. w ith o r with<iut sto k. App J to HUME -v BaN F U R D , 1>. W 8 — -i. JL^OK SA L E — NO. J-JJ FR A N K L IN ST.. r entirely-new , ju*t f fin ish e d w ith i u n«x-and m o d m im p rovem e n ts. Also No. »71 B ryant s t.,» 2-»tor* and wing fram e hou«e. It.rge lot well s to c k td w ith fn i it; in a neighborhood v h e re property s tap idly increa'ing in va ue. Apj ly to JOHN OITO , si Pearl »t. 7 ' o r s a l e t h e i : j .E ( » a . n t k e s i - denee, 102 J o h n s o n ’s Place; in fine order, with e ery m o d ern im p rovem ent, with possession at any t,.-n-. JO H N o T T o .s l pc irl -X. *4 UiTT E R I E F K U i’EKTY FOR SALE. r The premise* known aa th e Kempaon property, delightfully situated on th e hank of th e Niagara river, llie dw e lling is brick .G o th ic style, in go**d teiiantahle condition, w ith harm*, stables ana out huildmga. Tlien; are two a c i e s o f land connected w ith th e house under fine state of cultivation, with a arge variety of fru it trees in liearing. with s h ruh- fiery a u il trav e led walks LY )N 4 BAKER, F.ric U n d <»tflcc. _ ( H o W AN DA PR O P E R T Y FO R SA L E . J T A very supe ior dw e lling, w ith large l«»t, and ■i.e of th e m w. d-sirab e locations in lie village of Uowand*; lo t 116x200, c o v ered w ith beau tn u l ha*ic and f r u it tree . Also, Two stores in th e Plum b Block on M aiu s t., cen­ tral y located f o r bu*ii ew*. Ala**, A finely a*s- rtcd ktock of D i } Goods, Groceries and H a rdware. The a *>ve will be sold on advantageous term s , a nd g.wsl c*ty real estate will he taken iu part paym ent. Apply t • LY'o v A DAKS . Sria Laud tM k u . jQ k l C K D W E L L IN G S FOR SA L E . k > Th - tw o -st »ry brick dw ciling, 453 Niagara st.. I t 40x132, wi h m o d e rn im p rovem ent*. Price #t2,f>*0. Also, The brick dwell ng, 480 N iagara at., w ith lo t 40x •-V4, th r o u . h to •vc-venth s t., a n d l« n i on prcm.sap. 1* ice #7000. Also, The s y h s tan t a l brick dw e lling house, 114 South L vision s t. near Owk s t., in c a p ital order a n d having q,»nlern conven t-nccs. I ri e #8000. Alv>, i h e 1]- t-.ry I rii k house, Wil N inth st., has good CMnent cellar and spring > f pur* w a ter; lo t 30x66. P J e #3500. L k O - a BAKER. E.io Land Office. O F T H E F IN E S T DAY AND ;SUM ster’s Park, T lil'R S D A Y , J u n e 24tli. M E R r r*OR S ALE ON E J fHrm* in th e tow n of I la.-e of Cowlesvil e • 7 - u k n wit rnent and a O R SA L E -2-S T o R Y HR It K HOUSE ing, o n east r ide; ten rm n ii lie--i*lc* hase- ic, m a rble m antle* and Do ge's patent 60x160. 1 rice, # 6000 , #2500 dow n , hal ance in five years. B y W il LIAM 8. SNKLL. 39a Jersey s tr e e t, n*-Xt block ca*t of Normal Fchool. 849 D E L A W A R E ST. ; house, w ith good ha<n, fiotft re tpaired thronglioiit. Lot 81 f*-*-t f ro n t, in • Li .wood avenue; ground* finely stocked t in great variety grape*, p*ars, a <: ; offer- se tfie ow n e r i* obliged to leave tow n on ar- health. Apfily to JO H N O IT O , 81 Pearl at. I T'GR SA L E two-story frar cently k-ptfi « fi It f r* d fieca nunt * I ^ O R SA L E — H O U S E A N D LOT 8.W . cor Swan and Michigan nt*.; lot 198x112}. Also, tv o farm s on H a m b u rgh T u rnpike. Term s easy. Inquire of S. C. ADAMS, with P r a t t A Co. 1 22-tf C ? O R S A L E — TH AT VALUABLE 1 property on northw e s t corner of W a shington xt *1 N o rth Division streets. l^>t 41x2\; house brick, tv o-stoiy, with wing one of th e m o st desirable ci p iers in th e city, eith e r for residence or for husi- n s-s. JO H N O IT O . 81 Pearl st. Gymnastic Perform a n c e In the aftem o o i Gym astic Tahleaux, Pyram ids, Ac., in theev 1 h e G a rden w ill ia- brildantly Hlnminated. J^ V E .N I S C CONCERT AT K 0 E 8 T E R S PARK, C o rner High and Main Streets, Every Tuesday and Thursday Evenings, Ct Ing on Tuesday, June 22d. gTR A W B E K R Y FESTIVAL The l i l i e s of ST. L I KE’S CHURCI STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL AT ST. JAM E S HALL, TH U R S D A Y , JU N E 17, 1869, AFTERNOON AND EY E N IK 4 Lunch from 12 to S P. M., H u | p.-r from 5 t.* 9 P. M A BAND IS ENGAGED FOR TH E OCCASION. G KAM’ MOONLIGHT EXCURSION, Under th e A u n p icso f RESCUE HOOK AND LADDER CO. N o 1, TO OAKF1ELD AND OTHER RIVER POINTS, ON STEAMER IVANHOE. THURSDAY EVENING, JU N E ?4, li(M. Boftt will leave her d c k .fo o t - f Main st., at q retu r n at t , A. M * M o ck P. Price of Tickets- G .n t h m a n a Lady’s Ticket MUSIC BY WAHLE*# Should the w e a ther | rove ut siou will be | o*-t|N>iicd Ui s a t iii f • 2 1 17 19 21-22 23 24 #1 00 HAND. *'• e tlie Ext Q . R A N D K X U L R ! IO N , SA M A R ITA N LODGE NO. 827, NIAGARA FALLS & GOAT ISLAND, ON THURSDAY, JU N E 17. . De|*ot a t 9 A. M., -donping i wand a , returning at 6 I*. M. F->r axle at th e Book, D rug, Music and P icture Itore*. WAUER'S FULL BAND rill Accompany th e Excursion. s T E A M E Il IV A N H O E . ;^O R SALE OR TO RENT—NO. G2.j Main s tr e e t, in e legant order. Apfdy to JO H N OTTO, a l Peart al. A L E — 2 2 1 7 O R S A L E - Lot 941x116; a D E L A W A R E ST. or.v, attic and w ing brick -. c o n taining 16 rooms; very elegant, in fine > with all m o d e rn im p rovem e n ts. Also a ham . JO H N OTTO, 81 Pearl st. Cl.a ■ \ \ w 1 .x and B l GN E X H IB IT IO N T H E NEW beaut If .ii t i i - l EX M i n R o R S . f r a-h<-* r • m s, m illiner* drekmnakeni, a d i now he s e e n 'a t J . R. H O F f .L l.’\ , 13 t wl e re he i* rea f \ to e-'Ve order* U C K E V IC R E A P E R A N D M O W E R JU S T IV , at N o rth Ihiffrio, ha* th •gency for t h e buckeye IU aj* r and Mow. r, and <;t : •fo *11 r e p a iring nece-**ry on th e nuu-'dnery a’ hi- hop on N iagara s' , nea* Am h e r*'. If keep* con -txutly on l a n d a I tl*e e x tr a parts rrquir- d. I A G E R B E E R A N D W H I T E BEER J bottled cx p r **ly f o r f trolly use, by RUDOLF -C H LE* • E L 7 a n d 9 44- n* *••<• nt. O rder prom p t ly a ttended t o and d e ’iver* d free. F O X M A L E . F ^OK SALE—BY M. McUOMB, NO. 10 H. Division st. 11 ) N i ‘ h *t , 2 s tory f ram e d w elling in good order; will m II tor #2!<W it takefi soon. 271 1 o c u st s t ,1-story fram e cottage, lot 25x100, w il -ell e h e a |i, as th e parties are going west as soon a *• d. Pri- e. #850. i \ Mil» o r . t . , 14— to r y fram e ; lo t 25 by 137; *mall , f r u it trees, grapevine*. Price, #2*K*0 Is Palm e r s t., I j-sUjrv fram e dw e lling; lot 30x100. Poes, #1700. 20 Pa:tuer nt., 2 -story f ram e dw elling; lot 30x100. Pri. t, #8200. 7« N o rris 2’lace, 2-wtory fram e ; lot 30x114. Price, 1206;. ir Wa*|sW.,rth r i , 14-story fram e ; lot 37 feet front. Pri* e, 92350. 1. Miinor st., 2-story fram le t 25x137. Price, |l*s a. >',\i Eayle s t . , li-rto r y fram e ; lo t 26x132. Price, lUtj). -,-an s treet, near J e fferson, 14-story fram e . Price, #ia& A i . t h , cor. Virginia, 2-story B ri-k. Price #12,000 JU h a rit.cor. . Jeffersou S t., 2-»tory Brick. P r ice FFvjO 2? T'-n’h *t., 2-st*iry fram e ; gaa, w a ter and cellar Pr.ce #3000. Vacant lots in various part* of th e city for sal. cheat- Aft-iv »>• W M’r nM R . No. IO S ntv.«lr,n «t 1 7 0 R SALE—A * M nev M ortgage. Pear1 s treet. SM U .L PURCHASE Apply to JO H N tT T O , al M O R T G A G E S F « ) R m o rtgag-aon Michigan the sagin.* rutin n r two w a r Real E state and In S A L E F I R S T e lands lying in f..r sT.fttst and one f..r *5.V)< KDU AH D s i HUt Kt A M -nee B rokers, No. 1 » K .-t Set F R A M E G O T buyer• c >*t- Apply to U 'O R S A L E — TW O U tag*-* t o l>e rem o v e d a t ht JOHN tfTTO, 81 F e .r l nt. M i s s o u r i a x d W i s c o n s i n l a n d s . O ne tract of 320acre* of dele- ted land, ’n <’«■!•• n t y . Mi s e m i T d* i» he tssfta l county f tb* sta t e , .in the Miwtouri biv*—, ar.d t h e land is w ithin 1 m le* of th e S tate Capital Alao, a U .u t 900 a cre* of selected land* iu Wiseon- n. lo* at«-<f o v e r 10 y e a r a.-o. Also, 440 acre-* *i choice lm d in W e stern I- w» near the great Chicago and N o rthw e stern Railroad k! Counc I Muffs and < Hu .ha The a ove lands a ll oe *“ ld low for e**h or ex tanged f» r city property. LY oN A BAKEH, Eri* Land Office. M AG HINLST>’ A N D B lV A U k s .M ltH s Tcol».—A larg-* stock, ex- hand. bu* good a I no 111 13 VI. -w a n st , But •rie»y, **f nee- nd r rale chran, in lot* o •.ii-t E ld .A l t P PICKERING L K 1 .4 L r O T I I C S . N ( O LD PA PI* cent* a n d 75 APERS F o r SALE—AT c e n t i a hundred at thi* office. A U E E X CITY COAL YARD, ^ G E N K S E E BRIDGE AND E R IE CANAL, Office 209Oene*ee « .. Buffalo. S . Y. F o r sale a good ftsi*ortment of ali kind* of HA R D AND fcOF'i COAL, who esaie and retail. C o n s tantly on ►nd a alao, a superior quxn tilw o» H ARD AND SOFT WOOD f r sale, sa»*-d and split, o r in th e stick, de­ livered in any p a r t of t i e c ty. De*ler* w a n ting .small lot* of coal n r wo ri will do we 1 P- give u* a cal before purchasing eLilwh e r t . 8 DARLING. Q O A L , COAL. A . & J . H A M I L L , I t Oi Snitt S t m t f*rwr <t I k h i p p . Have on hand and for tale a t tb e lowest m a ket prices GENUINE LACKAWANNA, Bitum inous a n d B:ossburgh C o a la A ll ooa! screened and perfectly dry T r a w cash whew o - d e r e d ______ V S S S M W A K E . pO O P E R A G E . F. K. PLUMBLY, Tank and C U tara B u ilder, and dealer ia new and second hand b a r rels, tan k s , hoops, s taves and head­ ing. AU k inds of Cooperage constantly on hand and m a d e in t b e m a t e * style a a d w a rranted. O u tside jobbing done a t a ll tim e * a a d • >n t h r m o st reasonable term s. No. 98 W a shington rt., e n trance go P ' t t j between Main . W a shington st a T O L E T —H O l f t E * . F u r n i s h e d h o u s e s f o r r e n t No. 142Nio fast ; 2 -nt -ry brick dwelling finely finished, s n d having g a , furriAnce, c .l t a r eu:., com pi- tely furniftt ed. K n t # 800 . No. 105 Carolina w a ter, e tc., with fn*niture. brick d w e lli'g ; ga*. ........ ............... R e n t wmK i LY O N ft B A K K K . Kri* I . v •; •>'! A N T E D —TO R E S T TO A OOOI) ten a n t, fram e co»Uge. No. 423 Houtb D in sion -it. Inquire on th e prem ises __________________ F o r r e n t —t w o n e w c o t t a g e s corr.er of Spring »nd H a m U 'on good tenants. » ill be r- m ed low. * pp. y t o .WM. H iH TINGS, 176 D ear bo- n ^OK R E N T —A D E S IR A B L E BR IC K Dwelling, w e st side of Main »t., ten m inute walk f r « :n e P - ^ t ffice; fu n . -hed th r o u .h - ut lare« yw d , and large q u a n tities of f r t i of different varieties. TA ill 1 e ren;**j low ai d ooeses-i.>u given im m ediately. E iW ARDS 4 BUCK L A ND, Leal E s tate and Insurance B r o k e n . No. 10 jt. genera st. T O R E S T — T H E D E S IR A B L E 2- story brick residence 105 C a rolina e tr furnished tro u g h o u t; grapes, ftraw !>erriea and o th e r fru it on th e pTcmtsee. Pom* anon given im m ediately. T O RENT—A FURNISHED HOUSE, 48Jo h n e o n 's place fo r 3 m o n th* from Ju n e I, A p p ly t o J O H N OTTO, 81 Pearl et. I 'O RENT OR SELL—THREE BRICK oottagee o a Elk et , near Looiaiana, new and very c o n v e n ient. R e n t #250. Store No. 8 E. Eagle st. R e n t #609. Store in t h e U n ited State* If del Bh<ck. Ren* #800. A. N. W IN S H IP, 10 E. Eagle st. J O T I C E O F I N T E N T I O N . — N O T I C E by given th a : th e Common Council ot the citv of Buffalo intend to order th e following de scribed work* in said city, viz.: Wi 11* - r f gr;*did to it- t u 'l w idth and a carriage “ a \ p-iv.- ther-; ti th i r ty --ix f et wide witn Hat g u t ** r* ai d g od M*dit>a -und *-on« e g b t in-h t deep, broketi s q u w e ami ci^htei-n Inche* of c lear lal.c *a:i«l or fine gravel underneath th e -ame. To estahfish th e tsirb line* of W ashington «trfc*-t, he w ren C a rlttm ard H igh streets, h\ mn- 'ra--it.g th a ■ a rnag* w*y t-n a l ; . on ra*h ride, *o m u c h a* it -hall be not- twaiy t • I!y p reserve the fine tow of riiadc trees «*n t-.e ea«t*-rlv i i 'e - 1 said W a s 'ington street betw e e n tb e a*-ove |*t»int-, a n d to the curbing t o tie set an<t the s u 't e r s t o h e p n - d o th e wid h ot four feet and flat g o t *-r •tony and th e rarriage w*y flllel witn har-l rn .terial v t v .o -n -he s.-utber.y c u m line of H igh street ami the 1 - r t h rly c u rt; line of Carlton street. A .ifteen nch cem e n t t ile newer con»tructe*l in the ret.: v .f Fourteenth *tre*t. c mnivnring eignt * feet th e intersection <f *i*I Fomteent*- ith f- -»rth street, with th e necessary ) o m - i , i - . an i to >-o- n<ct with the sewer In the centre of Pei-n*ylvan:a * tr e e t. «tde»alit eonstructed to r feet wide of t-ine piank t» ;ochre thic* on the n o r th «■!»-• ot William rtrec*. twtween the New York Central Railroad < r. . id the New York A Erie Railroad B o g , ard*. ffsggfag «ton* m l rrftlk constructed four feet wide oo the northeasterly side of N inth street, U tw .c n tl.e curbing on the w e sterly side of Ptnn- V l-.v.ia -i reet arid th e curbing on th e e*oter v -m!*; of Je-w v - tr e r t , and laid U. th e grade n t th e street Tl > L-m i- D istrict exU n d e d or. South treet from the p*j-erit m r h * r ly t* r m lnation of Raid district *.n iv d «*yeet ;o l'ennsylvar.ia stree*. The F a m i D istrict axtem ied on both *idei o f N o rth Div sion s tr e e t fr--m H i:aory to 8 p ri « r s tr e e ts. 7 f a m p D istrict extend* <l n h*Ah side* o’ Eagle •tre e t . b tw e e n C e d a r a : d J ff.raon street*. T.ie Lam p D istrict* xtended in Swan s tr e e t from J* f :* n s tr e e t to th e junction of Swan and t cneca s t n Ms. G E O BOB 8. W ARDW E L L , C ity Clerk. T xted Pnffalo. Jun* H 18A9 fO-lOt EXCURSION TO OAK F IELD , GRAND ISLA N D , TW ICE EVERY SUNDAY. ON SUNDAY NEXT, Ju n e 13, And on every Sunday thereafter until furl h er no* tice, th e fast, low pressure, iron side wheel steam er IVA N H O E , H aving capacity for 800 passenger*, will leave her lock, f o o t ->f M .in s t . , a t 10 A. M. and 2 P. M , for iakflcio and o th e r river point*, returning to Buffalo at 1 P. M and 7 P M Fa»e for th e round t r i p 50c. W. L. MALCOLM, A g ent. Buffalo, J u , .. II, lh*;:» 0 HE NEW IRON STEAMER “ IVANHOE.” Tiie afsive elegant steam er, having ca|ieuity fo r 800 pa'sengera, c*n he rh a ite t e d when n o t . tl or- Ise t m o l o . i d , fo Excutsions down th e h iv c r aud i»ui.d th e Bay during th e Day o r Evening. The “ IV ANHOE,\ being aj-e tally adapted f««r thi* kind of bu itie*-, having am p le for dan c ­ ing and • t h e r a<i.iieementa, am i t*eing fi-ted up w ith all th e m o d e rn improve ment* for th e *af* t v and e*un- fo r t of pipseiigi r*, r* n d e rs her a m«-*t d ea rahle tioat for t xcurai- ii Parlies. Tciuia re»-o:.ahie. Apply to W. L. MALCOLM. A g ent, ’ornt-r Main and Exchange st*. M N E A R T S ACAD E M Y. YOUNG MEN’S ASSOCIATION BU1LD1NGR. The G allery will 1*> open every day, except Sun­ days' from 9 A. M. till 6 P. M. H i-gle adm ission 26 c e n ts; season tickets for a m o n th, w cents. L O. t t l l a T t P T , Mi c u > INTON FO R E S T . Parties wishing to engage CLINTON FOREST for Pic-nle Parti*-*, Festivals, f h o o ting Mat. lie*, A r., can do no b> applying to Aid. Gis*-I, No. 5IOGecci.se street. S . p R A N K W IL D ’S V A R IE T IE ? THURSDAY EVENING, F irst a p p earance of Air. CH vh. E. O L L I9B , the original C u re, Ac. , Morriaay L ittle, late of M orris Bro hem Mins* els, B**st*<n. A d ini.sion G a l.cry, 10*:.; P a r q u e t, 20c.; Orehee- tra , 25c.; t*«at.> in B*-x, 5oc.; Whole H*-x. e;t, N. M -New .Stars are engagtd and will appear in rapid Hiccemuon. f r * n k w i l d . Pfiepriatoa UFFALO DRIVING PARK. 8EAHON TICKETS kTfR YEAR 1H*». ilege* of track , exhl B Price, #15, including al ion dayii ai.d liall playing Forsale hy O. J . BOWEN, A t the office o t Hamlin A Mend sew. ■a*’*!} •r.4 t A H T I O Y S A L E S . J F. 8HOBCRA9T Anptiaaaar. SPLEN D ID FU R N ITU R E AT AUCTION, A t th e C e n tral A u c tion Rooms, 329 Main s t . , BY SH O E G R AIT BROTHERS. On W E D N E 4DAY, J U N E 16, a t 9} o’d o e k A M , Will l«e s..Id for peraosM breaking up, Splendid F u r n itu r e , Hru» el«. Velvet a n d o t h e r c a r e t s . Hook*, i f ir r o r a . Parlor < Wgan, fitdeisier.l, A c ., Ac. Ha’e positive. T*-rm* ca*h. W M .. M cM lLLEN — A u c t i '- n c c r . S U P E R IO R CO U R T O F BURPALO. In th e m a tter o f th e ex tension 't \ an Rensa Irar • ri t The Common Council of th e ci y of Buffai*- ha\ • d e term ined t o tak e t n e 1 nd a n d property «ec- esw ry t • lay o u t and ex 'e n d Van Ren*w*lear *tr*et, fr*x i t h - w .utherfv cu*i. line of R k street to the no- fcerly curb line of Ai>b t t road, on a line with a k 'Y a n Rena e lr a r str. e t and of th e same width, ar*^ bavii.g determ ined to tuke snd apj«r-Jpriate the p n . e r t y nec **arv fo r tha* purpo-e, and having m a*e application Vo th e Superior C o u rt of Buffai . f.-r’Tie app intm e o t o f t h ree commlwwmer* U* aae*r- Uut-and rejairt th e j u r t compenaaMon to be paid to th e yer on o r p erson*ow n ing o r having an interest in r<4d p r pertv. a a d upon such application th e an d e r w n e d . having h ^ n appo nted so rb tx w ila s i o n er* A o hereby r iv e notice t h a t th e y will m e e t a t th e h o u ^ of lic h a 'd T. C arey, No 70 A b b o tt road, on tb e :K h day o f J v n e , I860, a t 1# o 'clock In th e fore- no*v - o f tha* day, and ‘hence pence*d to view tb e Mid .*7-0 p e r t . , •* d reefed e n d required by tb e s t a t u :• i ■ eh ra** m a d e a t d provided. D N. LOCKWOOD, W ILLIAM W E 8Tf*N, R ICH A R D C KIN N E Y , Com m ssfnners. D»te-i Buffalo, June 14, l®d9 fl4-6t W. DODGE 4 CO., 353 MAIN STREET, GEN E R A L AUCTION a n d COMMISSION BUSINESS Cash advances o n a ll goM s if tequired. Dally sal** of Dry Good*, Ac. bale* of F u r n itu r e , Bedding and Crockery, Every TUESDAY a n d F R I­ DAY. / iH A i i L t o G . ilkiaftl, J I t., CITY AU C T IO N , COMMISSION AND PUBLIO STORE HOUSE, 308 W ashington s t ., Buffalo. E*tahliahed 1867. R e g u lar A u ction Sales, W E D N E SDAYS A N R SATURDAYS. Special aalee ae wdrertired. F u r n it u r e , M irrors Cdlcloth, C a rpeting, Blanket*. Wall P a p e r , C u rtains ■ f l g l f l F U R N I S H I N G . PLATED W ARE — TH E l»rge»t Stock in th e city a t J . C. JE W E l T A SO T S . 319 Matn s t S ILV E R l R e f r i g e r a t o r w a t e r c o o l e r s Freezers, Ac., Ae., a t J C. J E W E T T A SONS 319 M*h» et. _____________________________ C l ROCKERY, GLASS AND YELLOW J W are, a full aawortment at J . C. JEW E T T 4 W W . 119 Main s t /CL O T H E S HAMPERS, BASKETS, \ J and Bars alao a large stock of WuOdeu W a re at J . C JEW E T T A BON 8 jo w l ? 319 Main *t. T h e l e g i s l a t o r c o o k s t o v e . th e beet in t h e M a r k e t, f o r sale only a t J . C. JE W E T T 4 8 0 5 * 8 ,3 1 9 M ala r t . rp O IL K T W A R E , BIRD CAGES AND 1 B a thing Apparat ua - o u r ow n m a k e —for sale a t J . C. J F.WETT I t S O y g , 319 M ain «t. pIA T T H E S WRINGERS—TH E BEST K 'W r in g e r s will be found a t J . C. JEW E T T 4 SON'S 319 Maiu e t

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