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n u n u o , HILWAtJKXE ANT> CHI- rsrA ? - - - 4 T h e new and popular p a s m B E ^ B H H E f l i FO U N T A IN C IT T , OEO. PE R K N d .......................................... M tew r W ill k m th e Cotnjwtiy'ii |)ock k u t < t llich iK iu • ! . , /o r above p o r t ', on T t ESIJAY E V E N IN G , J u l j 6 t h . a t 8 o'clock. T h e F o u n tain Citv U t h e fa r tc r t a n d m o a t uuucnif- icent pa-*enjrrr ste- m e r o n th e lake. ^ F o r f r e ig h t o r p a Mag e apply to SHELDON PE A S E , Mona* m g A g t., Office f o o t of M ichigan -t. JE R O M E a W E 8COTT. T ick e t Agent*. W ESTERN TRANSPORTATION CO. People'* Line Steam - erf. F o r C leveland, D e tr o it, r t 1 M ilwaukee a n d Chicago. Tlie *piend<d lo*r p r o c u r e p a w n - ger tteam c r BADGER ST A T f, WM. D IC K S ' *N ..................................... M arte-. will leave t h e Com p a n y ’* D<>ck, f o o t of W a r iiiu .to n rtre e t , on TUESD A Y EV E N IN G , J u l j fi, nt S P. M. T h e B a d g e r S tate, w ith first cIom ita w i .g e r accom m o d a tion* in every r e s p e c t ,* an established favorite w ith th e trav e lin g public. F o r fre ig h t o r pam n g e apply a t t h e office <•( tin* W e stern T r a n s p o rtation Com p a n y , E ric l asin, or foot of W a s h ington street. JOHN ALLEN, J r ., President. R. St. CHOATF., T icket A g e n t, F o o t of W a rdiington •*., BnlT • o. U N IG N STE A M B O A T C O M P A N Y . F o r Lake S u p e rior. Tho elegant passenger steam e r r t ^ J r n P A C IFIC . ^ ^ ^ J l f L r \ ED. K E L L Y ........................M js U •kill leave Buffalo, TUESD A Y , J u ly fi. a t ;i o cl*« k P M ., f o r S a u lt S t. M arie, M a rquette, e n d portage L a k e , c a lling a t C leveland aud D e troit, and m a k ing claaa c o n n * c tton a t P o r tage L a k e , w ith th e in u n itt- m m k H m j n k n a a l i t o w h f i i t o r e on l U l M l i ■ * . * * r m m m n n t o T t h e tSH t, whon k w ill again W o t a m i n l aome tim e a t hia o o n n t s j place on t h e V adaon. N E U T R A L ITY. * T h e present policy w ill be adhered t o of enforcing in a a q u iet b a t a a e n e rg tic a way aa poaaible t h e n e u tr a lity laws. T H E C A B I N E T . T h e r e ia au th o r ity for stating th a t no cabinet c h a n g es are c o n te m p la t e d a n d th a t all w h ich haa recently been aaicl on th a t subject in various new spapers ,t m erely speculation. f M R S. MARTI E. W A LKER. T h e Evening S ta r says the T h in A u d itor of t h e T reasury. Hon. R. W . C’ly k e , con- aent«*l t o give Dr. M ary E. W a lk r a clerk­ ship in his office, b u t the appoint t; v*nt b e ing subm itted to to th e Secretary fo r^pproval, th a t official declined to do so, a | d for the preseut the m a tter »s h e ld in abejmnce. THE TEST OATH. The President will subm it to tb e A tto r ­ ney D '-neral th e question w h e ther the members e lect of thfl Virginia L* g islature Will lie required to take th e iron clad oath. Gen. Van W y c k left here for New Y o rk to night, having ju s t returned From V ir­ ginia. He reports the contest iu t .i a t S tate very excited and bitter, and th a t1 th e con­ stitution, w ithout tii'' test oath, and dis- frachtsing clauses, w ill be adopted, and th a t th»; vote for G o v e rnor w ill be very heavy and close. • L U T I N G M A C H I N E S . — T H E B E S T m a c h ine m i d a , pries reduced. C* E. W A L B R ID G E , 271 Main rt. RUIT JARS.—THE MOST DESIRA We a tyles, a t w h o lesale sad retail. C. E. W ALBRID G E , 5T1 M ain vt. Nothing B e a r d from CoL K y n a a n d P a r t y . MONDAY. JULY 5 1869. C. F.. W ALBRIDGE, 271 M ain st conclusion that if he wanted to make this sum a t the bar he coold do an, but by tlie time he had done it he would be ao old that the romanoe of love would be all go ae. For A .to e g ten days the young lawyer bemoaned his fate, aad then, alter obtaining a promise irotn the young lady that ahe would wait, he disappeared from New York, in early life the young lawyer had quick wit, and one day meeting a aagre minetrel manager named Dupres, the latter told him he had a talent which would make in five years. In the young lawyer’s frame of mind it did not take long to eenvinee him, and dropping Coke and Blackstooe he took to burnt cork, under the aeanmed name ef Lew Benedict. For a time the new buaineaa wee harder than the young lawyer bargained for, bnt he made money ao feat that hia prejudice waa soon overcome. At the end of the first year he had made five thousand dol­ lars, a t the end of the second year ten thousand, and now it is said he has nearly reached his fignre of fifty thousand dollars in bonds. * A ll th e tim e he has been in th e bnrat cork trade he h a s improved h i s spare mo­ m ents by a stu d y of law books, and in an­ o ther year he w ill go b a c k to New York w ith fifty thousand dollars in hia pocket, claim th e hand of her he so fondly loves, and who has been so devoted to him , aud the same tim e again em b a rk in th e practice of law. sent 10 d a y s o r tw o weejts. M r. Sam u el W a rd is here on account gif a; recent death in th e fam ily o f Reverdj* Jrhnaon. M r. W a rd’s d in n e r t o t h e l a t t t r j e u tlem a n , at w h ich t w e lve prom inent R e p n .tbcan m em ­ bers an d tw e lve D e m o cratic m em b e rs ol Congress had accepted invitations to be present, is indefinitely postponed. b i w i m « N ew Y ork , Ju n e 3.—A t t h a m e e ting of th e T rustees of t h e F e a b o fy Southern E d u ­ cational F o n d a t N e w p ort! l i . L , on T h u r s ­ day last, a l e t t e r w a s r e a d from M r. P e a ­ body donating an additional million dollars for e d u c a tional purposes in tlie Southern States. T H E C U B A N PR I!JO N Kill*. Inform a tion r e lative to th e changiag of th e Cnlian prisoners from.<'the Verm o n t to tho C a tharine W h iting, a y s t h a t t h e M a r ­ shal w a s accom p anied to t h e receiving whip by tw o deputies, oue of w h o tt w as Capt. A c k e rm a n , w h o h a d been w i t h t h e expedi­ tion b a t h a d escaped a t Npw London. This parson haa become a s p y had inform er, and as s u c h he receives t h e gioana of hia form er com p a n ions. T h e re wait another person who became a spy, and yesterday m orning w e n t on board th e Y e n tjpnt. W h e n th e boys s a w him he w a a set upon and m u st have fared badly hadnotfaom e f f t h e guards hastened to his rescue. This person's name is French. T h e boys awrear t’h a t if they ever see him th e y w ill asfiault Him. PERSONAL. Gen. Sheridan is expected here to-day. M r. Colfax passed through th e city yes ter. T h e Buffalo Ice C o m p a n y a r e now pr* ply ctt-voner* w ith Lake Tea a t t t o low (ull supply gu a r a n teed th e m m t t Deli /ery Wagon* of taw com p a n y a r e an d prom inently t e ttm e d “ L A MB I C R .' ten tio n of a w d e liveries * > , d n r a t Sea, w ill tie c o r r e c t e r t ^ ^ d e r ^ I e f t a t wiU be prom p tly t l i e * * 1 N e w Y o r k , J u l y 4. T h a d r u m fish h a s m ade a destructive raid on th e oy s ter beds betw e e n S taten 1 a la n d an d K e y p o rt. I > am age from de­ struction of oysters and o ther shell fish ca- m a ted a t $100,000. KM IO RANT*. One hundred and f o rty-tw o thousand tw o h u n d r e d and tw e n ty-seven em igrants have landed a t th is p o r t since Ja n u a r y 1st, an irc -ease of 30,000 over c o rresponding period last year. PERSONAL. Lieut. Gen. S h e ridan is in t h i s city, at th e F ifth A v e n u e Hotel. G e n . G a rfield is a t th e A s tor House. K A T E P I S H E R V ai c a u sed th e a r r e s t of an actor named W m . Stanton to a u s w e r th e charge of slan­ d e r by calling h e r a thief. SPANISH n UN n o IT. A n o ther Spanish gunboat was launched to-day. r e l e a s e d . T h e Cuban prisoners at th e N a v y Y a rd Were all released to day upon giving bonds to keep the jiea^^ and to appear when c a l l e d tijMiii for trial. Dr. Kassora and Honor Al/eru are a t th e Tonilm in company w ith Gen. Ooicttra. N o thing has lie.cn beard from Col. Ryan yet, th e revenue c u t ­ ter th a t w e n t in search of him not having returned from G a rdiners J s land. THE KiFTH. Thousands left the city th is afternoon t-> csoajH* th e heat, noise and confusion of our streets on next M onday. All m ails will close at the Poatoffice hero on Monday a t tw e lve o'clock. T h e h e a t this afternoon has l*c< n opprcv si ve. A great crow d at th e C e n tral f 'n k w ero suddenly disp*-r,ed by a vi d- ut th u n d e r storm . FATAL AKKRAV. Officer Campliell, w h ile m aking au arrest in G reenw ich street t.» n ight, was set upon by R ichard Long and others, aud in self defence s h o t Long, who d ied shortly a f ter­ w a rds while being conveyed to t h e h o spital. F O U R T H O F J U L Y . 1809. ‘0 R K S A N D SPO O N S .—RO GERS Bros, si v t r plated w a re, g u a ranteed th e brut in C. E. W A L B R ID G E , 271 Main r t. E D & iE ’S R E L IA B L E F I L T E R S A R E . th e t o s t in use. Sold hy C. E. W ALBRID G E , 271 Main r t. B r a c k e t s —i m i t a t i o n o f b l a c k W a l n a t; handsom e , cheap and durable. CL E . W ALBRID G E , 271 Main rt. \W h O K S a LETRA D E . FRUIT JARS FRUIT JA R S . AT MAMUFACTUMEEft I M f , DELIVERED IN T H E CITY. M A SON'S IMPROVED G L A M COVERS, DEXTER AND UNION, K e tim icd s o ldiers o f th e l a i * .war. SECOND D IVISION. Band. D e legates f r o m t h e O rder o f O o e d T e m p lar's a n d Soas Public Schools. T H IR D D IVISION. Band. W o rking M en's Union. S h o v e ler's Ass»*ciati<»n. B u tcher's Asaociation. A T I ANTIC D i ^ a l i s f a c t i o n w i t h t h e ^ n i e m L < m I I r i s h C h u r c h K i l l . l t l a i r * i n S j i a i i i a n d F r i u i c r P r o g r e s s o f t h e N e w t a b l e . W. 1 . WLENKY, HOW* Jt CO. (^KGIJKERY. CHINA AND GLASSWARE, O f E-rerv Deecription. A T T H E T K K Y L O W S S T P R I C E S . SILVER PLATED WARE, A LARGE HI COMFLETE H U C K . GAS FIXTURES, GAS FIXTURES. A t R e d u c e d - P r i c e s , A J O O P T B S N E W E S T P A T T E R N S . B R O N Z E S , P A R I A N M A R B L E , V A S E S , C O L O G N E S E T S , A o . YOUNG KETCHUM B k k s t, .July 3 .—A t no<m on ^.aturday the G reat Kaateni had run 1145 kiyitn from lircst and paid out 1 ITS 1 nuot* of cable. L v c rything waa w orking welL t h e r r a s f i n i r n r H . Tin* Loudon / ’hrr ■< to-«lay nays th*' v<»te» in the House of Lords last evenuig have ha«l the cfleet to rtfndcr the Irish • hurch bill more favorable t > th e Ks'^ablished t hurch a n d more offensively part ill in its provisions. A rchbishop Cullen has addressed a l e tter to the officers of th e C a tholic College say ­ ing t h a t if t h e Irish Church bill i* m u tila­ ted by th e H o u se of 1‘eers th e nation m u st have a fuller m easure of justice, r SPAIN. M a d k i d , J u ly 4 . — In th e Corte* to-day tho M inisters of th e lu terio r and Justice declared t h a t th e clergy and m u n icipal au ­ thorities w ere ready and w illing to tak e the oath prescribed by the constitution. A d m iral Topete, in reply t o a question of Senor < Ireuze, said th e idea of a republic was impossible now th a t a m o n a-ehy had l»cen voted and was represented b ^ th e re ­ gent. T h e national troops have been d ispatched against th e C a rdist conspirators iu A n d a lu­ sia aud A rragon. A N O T H E R R E V O L U T IO N . L isiion , -Inly 4 .— A vessel which has ju s t arrived here from Fayal brings intelligence that? serious disturbances had broken o u t m various parts of th e Azores in conse­ quence of tlie increase of taxation. KKANiE. P a r is , J u ly 4 .—M. M iral and several inemlicrs of th e m a jority in th e Corps Leg­ islate, propose to bring in a m o tion t h a t greater developm e n t be given to th e action and authority of th e Corps Legislatif, th a t th e address iu reply to the speech from the throne be re.'stablished, th a t th e r ight and. practice of interpellation be organized ou a larger scale, t h a t th e rig h t to am end pro­ jects of law be extended, and th a t th e < 'h a m b e r have the rig h t to elect its own President I t is rum o red th a t th e govern­ m e n t will a c cept these reforms. Tho negotiations betw t y F rance and llcdgium for a cv*inmcrciai tre a ty have closed w ith a satisfactory understanding on all points. T H K S P A N I S H C A B I N E T . M a i * i-in, J u l y 4 -Tho f.rthcom ing changes in the m inistry are frcrly can ­ vas: ed. It is rum o red th a t A rdanaz will lie appointed M inister of Finance, and M ar los M inister o f Justice. The G o v e rnm e n t has explained th a t G e n e ral l'ezuela, the Isaboliist, w as arrested on charges of m ili­ tary disobedience and conspiracy against the G o v e rnm e n t. '1’he silence w h ich th e < io v e r m n in t has m a intained concerning G eneral Dulce’s report of his adm inistra tion, and of th e state of affairs in Cuba, causes m u ch excitem e n t. A strong R e p u b ­ lican m anifesto has been published in Se­ ville. Us appearance was sim u ltaneous w ith the depaituro from the city of a party of Republicans, num b ering one thousand. It is rum o red tb it th e y have gone to P o r tu­ gal. and will r e e 'iter Spain through Kstra- m adara. T io qn have been sent in j*ursuit. A num b e r of Cat lists have been arrested in Eviedo. CUBA. H a v a n a , J u l y 3 . — P ueJla has been o r ­ dered to relieve I^ t o n s . th e comm anding G eneral of th e CeTtral Departm e n t. Ue sailed this evening w ith one thousand fresh troops for Nueviti'.s, whence he will proceed direct to P u e rto Principe. 'J he Prrnna says the num b e r of insurgents around the l a tter place has largely increased, b u t th e cholera and yellow fever was m aking havoc among them . N u e v itas is as h7withy as usual this season. C a p taiu-G e n e lal de Kedas is gaining general sym p a thy by his attem p ts to pacify all classes. ..Sanguinary designs have been falsely a ttrib u ted to him. Ue is now busily engaged fo investigating the cases of prisoners confined in the forts, w ith the object of o rdering th e release of the in ­ nocent. \ olunteers are offering them selves for active service in th e Cinca Villas dis­ trict. C a p tain G e n e ral du Rodas to-day rcv^iw- ud all the regular a u d volunteer forces in and around the c ity, an d was received by th e volunteers w ith enthusiastic cheers. I he C a p tain General has released beveral political prisoners. Deputies e le c ted to the C o n s tituent Cortes from Porto Rico have sailed for Spain. A d v ices from St. Domingo to dune 3D have been received. It is reported t h a t Gen. L&peron w ith tho steam e r Telegrafo hail bom b arded Puerto P lata, and subse­ quently captured Sam ana, after a short tight. On landing he issued a decree de­ claring t h a t the bay of Sam ana is uo longer iu tin* jxissession of Baez, and consequent­ ly all treaties m ade by him w ith th e Uni-, tod Statos G o v e rnm e n t for th e cession or lease of the bay are null and void. A M cruian R irret, C h a irm a n C o uncil C o m m ittee, O r a to r, C h a p lain and R e a d e r, in B arouelie. C o m m o n C o u n c il, C ity, C o u n ty, S t a t ; Ofllcrr*, In CUBA Judge* of th e U n ited S tates, S ta te , C o u n ty and City PLUME HAVEL m u t h k t m w n . l i t i d c t , » - i > « i [HOU& UID t u r n m t Um W O K D K lin I K A T I M o r T H K KT. L A W I H I C E i:Y U A T U O H T , I T T M M T 4 K 1 H U i m r n i o r r m t GRAM) TRUNK RAILWAY Roller Skating Assembly AT THE RINK Tuesday Morning and Ermine. M K . C H A R L E S S M I T H O F N E W YORK, W ILL B it P R E S E N T A N D ASSIST. C H O IC E M USIC BY T H E K IN K ORCHESTRA. A dm i*sion—M o rning, G e n ts, 25 cents; Ladies and C h ildren free. A d m ission—E v e n ing, G e - ta, 50c; Ladles, 25c; Chil d r e n , 15c. / Tickets in packages oi 12, | 3 00. 8k a te H ire, RS ets; or by the nicntb, inclcdimr B e x rent, 82 CO. INDEPENDENCE DAY* S T E A M E R I V A N H O E . Pleasure Excursions to FALC0NW00D AND Coal W a g o n s. Ac. T h e F irst Division will form on N iagara s t r e e t , its rig h t restin g o n Pearl r tr e e t. T h e S e c o n d D ivision will form on Genesee stre e t , n o r th e f N iagara s q u a re. T h e T h ir d D ivision will form o n G e n e see rtrc e t , sou th o f N iagara iq u s r e . T h e F o u r t h Division will f o r m on D e la w ftrf sf f s e t, Text of Ihc <>rant-llorie iTspondcnec. W. H. GLENNY, SON &C0, RNITURK FOR EVERYBODY A T A REDUCED PRICES. co t a t Lewiston w ith t h e flnd- 1 T O R O N TO f o r T o ronto.w h e re b e m a d e w ith th e follow ing of t h e R o y a l Mail Line . ....................................C a p t. Bailey ...........................C a p t. Carihi, lou I C a p t. Dunlop ......................... Capt. Falnrrieve C a p t. Sinclair T h o J P ifth D ivision w ill form on C o u r t s tr e e t, s o u th o f N iagara s q u a re. T h e D ivisions will form u n d e r t h e direction of th e officers o f M aj. Oon. R. L. H o w a rd’s staff, a s foil >ws; F irst Division—Col. J o h n E. Marshall. FURNITURE, CHAIRS, C U B A N D I S P A T C H E S UPHOLSTERY G 0 0 D& QN H A N D . T h ir d D ivision — Col. L y m a n K. Bass. F o u r th Division—Lieut. CoL C h a rles O. Shepard. F ifth Division— L ieut. CoL A lbert J . B a rnard. Officer* in charge of organizations will see th a t th e ir c o m m a n d s ta k e th e positions a ssigned t o th e m in th e procession prom p tly. A t 5)j o 'c lock A. M , precisely, th e F l r r t D ivision will m o v e u p N iagara to P e a r l, dow n Pearl to th e Terrace. As s >on as t b e left of th e F ir s t Division uncovers t h e r i g h t of th e Second, th a t D ivision will follow , aud th e o th e r Divisions th e tam e in n u m e r i­ cal order. T h e p rocession will t h e n m o v e dow n P e a rl r tr e e t t e th e T e rrace, t h r o u g h t h e T e rrace to M ein, a p Main to V irginia, counter-m a rch dow n M ain to T u p p e r, th r o u g h T u p p e r to D e la w a re, dow n D elaw a re to F r a n k lin 8quare. T h e v a rious organisations will th e n b e considered dism issed t o t h e i r r e s p e c tive com m ands. Furniture made to order, a d n p d r l a f . bo«taf, etc., done in the best m a n n e r. iajJ?) M-W-F I8AAC D. W HITE, Main et. A.. aiL liU T . u e n . Agent n . m. u . an n in w . H. 8 HACK ELL, Gen. A g entG . T. R ., Montreal. J . WIIITMORE, A g e n t, Buffalo. Q £ Q F B O F I J S ’8 L I N E S T E A M E R S EPBIGERATORS N A V Y I S L A N D F O R N E W Y O R K . ST. JOHN. W. H . CHRISTOPHER ......................................... Captain M onday, W edqes lay and Fridays D R E W , 8. J . R O B ................................................. OMptain. Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, A t 8 | o'clock P. M , On arrival of trains of Mew York Central, Albany A Susquehanna, Rensselaer 4 Bwmtnga, and Boston k Albany Railroads, snd t a k a Champlain Steamers. Baggw a Wagons a lways in readinaas a t Dej>ol U convey Baggage to th e Boats free. II u d a a n R iver Railroad tiekete taken for Passage on th e B o a ts, Including State Room Berth. W ben requested of Station Agents, Baggage will t o Checked to N ew York by Boats.__________________ 1869. T H E U N IO N STEAMBOAT COMPANY M j U m i J N i l . i n n r r i u ,A X D L A K K H i r lC I U O A Monday, July 5th, 1869. r.VEE fill TIIE MOD TUI*. H CEBTS T h e IV A N H O E w’-ll leave h e r D o c k , f o o t of Main s t . , at 9 30 A. M , for Oakfield, r e t u r n i n g a t 1:^0 P. M .; leaving sg s in a t 3:00 P. M. forO s k fieid a n d round N avy !.valid , (opfmsfU Chippew a ), r e tu r n in g to Buf falo a t 7:3» P. M , H o u c h ir g a t F a k o n w o o d both ways. W. h. MAI.COLM. A g e n t. B u f f a lo , J»»ly l r t . lofi9. p L A I ED FORK8 AMD AT REDU C E D PRICES. Q u a lity w a r ranted Equal to any Made. P r a y e r by t h e R e v . W a lcott Calkins. S inging by a C h o rus of 150 P u p ils of th e Public Schools, u n d e r d irection of Professor E. L. B aker. R e a d ing of t h e D e c laration of Independence, by Maj. Geo. I i . Stowita. Singing. O ration by t h e Rev. G. W. Heacoek. Singing. B e n e d iction. A BALLOON ABCKXSIOX W ill ta k e plade a t th r e e o'clock from F r a n k lin 1869. C0AU 1869. J . T. H O O L E & CO., Office N o . 4M . DivW on St. W e are now preoared to reoeivs orders for the best quality of PiUlla. WRahm n i Ldam n Cat. W hich, until further notice, we will sell at the M - P U R E AN D COLD FROM TIN L IN E D FO U NTAINS A T LY M A N 'S, 296 MAIN STBEET. P U R E F R U I T iY R U P S O F A f c L KINDS. M ass., w ith th e balloon H y p e rion, t h e largest o n * in A m e rica, h o lding 65,000 cubic feet of gas, w ith tw o c a rs attach e d c a p a b le of carrying from e% h t to tw e lve p e r s o n a D a r in g th e Inflation Prof. King will send u p * n u m b e r of sm a ll balloon.*, r e p r e s e n t­ ing m e n , a n im a ls , Ac. BOAT RACING. A prize R e g a tta will ta k e place off th e liglithctiee a t 4 P M. by six b o a t c lubs. A place in th e procession will be assigned to any organized lnnly n o t m e n tioned in th u program m e upon sufficient notice b e in g given to th e MarahaL C o m m a n d a n ts of regim e n ts, organim tione and societies will see th a t th e i r respective command*, Ac., a re p r o m p tly in th e i r places a t fifteen m in u tes before uiue A. JML T h e citizens are requested to dis|4ay th e ir flags th r o u g h o u t t h e city , a n d o r n a m e n t tliclr V d ldlngs, particularly along t h e r o u t e o f t h e procession. H E N IC E S T , COOLEST AND BEST n t h e C ity is found 11 for steam purposes at low rotes. Onr teellitia* lor receiving, housing and dettver n g eon! are nasmr- passed, and we respectfully solicit a share o f patron- kgeT J . T . HOOLE, E L. HEDBTEOM. c e w t s ’ n x i m u n s , SUMMER GOODS. . \ ' I E N U 1 N E White and ftrown Duck Suits LACKAWANNA C 0 A Black A lpacca'Sacks. F ne Linen Dusters all their colors hoisted from sunrise to sunset. Survivors uf t h e w a s o f 1812. resident in th e d t y , arc invited to leave t h e ir nanleJ a t t h e M ayor’* office on o r before th e 3d, t h a t th e y m a y be supplied a ith Linen :unl Otten Drawers. thro u g h which the procession is passing. The ordi­ nances i n reference t e t h e ffiirip of gone and pistole on the street* w ill be r igidly enforced. N o carriages o r persons on horseback aside from those in th e procession will b e a llow ed on t h e streets thro u g h w h ich th e procession is paming. Maj. G en. R. L. H o w a r d ...........................................Marshal Win. F . R o g e rs.................................................................Mayor c o n n m t u ok arranosiixxts . Wm. B. S irrett, Paul Goembel, Geo. Cham b e r*, F r a n k Colligon, Geo. G. N ew m a n , Jan. V a n B u ren, (ian/.r Merino Shirts. iauze Cot (on Shirts. N E W S T Y L E S C H A P E SC A R F S . N E W S T Y L E S S I L K CR A V A T S . O O A L 1869 ANTHRACITE COAL CO SIL K L liL R A ND COTTON SOCKS. R U S U A N BRACES, CO L L A R S , Ac. M a i n S t . G E O K t vE B . T K I P P , M ANUFACTU1 E R O F A L L K IN D S O F SHIRTS, WRAPPERS, DRAWERS Liifien D i r k i d i , B o s o m s , Collar's a n d Cuff-1. H A D E TO OB D E E AND FO E SALE AT N o . 11 N o r th Division nt. BUFFALO SAVINGS BANK, 0 0 f t . WAfiHINOTOK AM D BATAVIA BTREETff. WM. H. SEWARD. NO. L BL 0 S 8 BURG COAL BOTKN S CELEBRATED BOOTS-ANDHOES S F O R ‘C E N T L E R I E H . DOUBLE SOLE FRENCH CALF BOOTS. SINGLE SOLE I BENCH CALF BOOTS. FINK FRENCH CALF WALKING SHOES. FIN E FRENCH CALF COMOME8S BOOTS. FIN E FRENCH CALF OXFORDS. F I N E CALF K i l l BUTTON UNIONS. FIN E PATENT ‘-RATHER BUTTON UNIONS B U T L E R A C O . , fm f f irU t i and Jobbers of CB0CKEKY AND GLASSWARE, ram j a m , la m p s , tc. HARD AND SOFT COAL ThSSTSS TXTL-tSr ANDREW M. JOHNSTON, SOLE A G E N C Y A T J E W E T T ’S POPULAR SHOE STORE 406 RAIN STREET, DIED. CAM E R ON—Ju ly 4, M argaret Cam e ron, ageu 70 year* relict o: W a lter C am eron. F u n e ral from b t r l a t e rtaaiJeuce, 103 G e o rgia - t . , ou Tuesday, fith in r t ., r t 10 A .M . F rieuda and ac­ quaintance* a re mpeetlully rnv ted to be p r a s m t . SUGAR LOAF, LEHIGH, FflRM, IMXIWUH, UHH, SB AND CLEVELAND COAL. B U F F A L O M OURNING STORE, M alleable I r o n naado to o r d e r P R A T T 4 LETCH W ORTH, P r o p n e to r o . Office 5S a i d 51 T r r r w > it*. B iffalu, N. T. _________ _ G i a » a l a i n * * . G l e a t . 6 - » W indow Cias®. as*r.*ted P L \ T t GLMBK FOR S T o R i S A ND i W E '.M N G S a t I tL a u E&atern Price*. 50,000 B a W H IT E LEAL*. IO-' b b ls. L l 7-'SEED OIL F o r m i c by A. REYNOLDS 4 CO.. 191 Main s t. an d 46 L loyd at., Buffalo, N. Y. I a ' U i E S T r TE A * A ND O U F F F B S , from tn e OKTEXTAL TEA COMPANY, DF BOSTON. T h e r have been trtral add wrorod to t o tl» and chrapt-it TEA S and CO F F E E S ever off*i th a P u b lic. Sole A g e n t f c r Buffalo, U~ J L V s E h , D ruggist, 416 Main r t., Buffalo,(opposite t t o Park).

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