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N o r t h C h u r c h C h a p e l .— A very p l e a s a n t e v e n i n g m a y be s p e n t to - n i g h t at th e N o r th C h u r c h ChafX'l w h e r e au illu s ­ t r a t i v e le c tu r e m ill b e g iv e n of t h e custom - am ! p e c u l ia r i t ie s o f t h e re s i d e n t s of P c rai; a u d I’ale s t i n e . T h e B a l l o o n ist s . — T h e balloonist* re a c h e d to w n o n th e e a r l v m o r n i n g t r a i n th u s p r e v e n t i n g t h e d e m o n s t r a ti o n of w e l co m e w h ich t h e i r frie n d s in t e n d e d to givi th e m . T h e v *>>( ’onk a n d feel as w e ll a i co u ld l»e oXin.-eti I u n d e r t h e c i r c u m s ta n c e s A t D u l u t h . — T h e B u ffalo C o n c e r t C lub, c o n s i s t i n g of M e s s rs. B u rn s , M c W h o r t c a n d S h e r w o o d , h a v e b e e n ta k i n g p a r t i n t c o n c e r t fo r t h e b e n e f i t of t h o F i r s t P r e s b y te r i a n C h u r c h of t h a t risin g c i t y , a n d a n h i g h l y co m p l i m e n t e d by t h e D u l u t h Minne- aotian. T h e W e a t h e r . T h e fo llo w in g a r e th* m e teo r o lo g ic a l o b s e r v a tio n s fo r .Ju ly S, 1869, ta k e n a t t h e Y . M . v U l > r a ry : Tlmo. Itar. Ther. W ind. S k y . 7 A .M . 29:30 71 L ight S.W . Cloudy. 1 P- M. 21):37 74 “ •* 0 P. Af. 29:'39 05, •• w T h f . G f u m a n S h o o t i n g S o c t k t v . T h e C e r m a n S h o o ti n g C lu b c o n c l u d e d t h e i r a n ­ n u a l s h o o t w i t h a. p i c n i c a t C li n t o n F o rest y e s t e r d a y , w h o a th e p r ize s w e r e a w a r d e d . < »i»e of t h e b e s t sh o t s o f tb e c l u b is A id. C i s e l , w h o to o k th r e e of th e firs t prizes. VV e s h o u l d I mj g lad to h e a r of o u r A m e r ican la d s jo i n i n g th i s asso c ia tio n bo t h a t th e } P li g h t k e e p u p th e i r rifle p r a c tice. D e t a in e d L e t t e r s — T h e fo llo w in g l e t ­ te r s are d e t a in e d a t th e B u ffalo Poetoffic* fo r n o n - p a y m e n t of p o s tag e , a n d w i l l b t e e n t t o th e D e a d L e t t e r Office J u l y 12 th : M i s s A . A . P o t t e r , S p r i n g v il l e , N . Y . ; J o h u S h o r t , C h icag o , 111.; M iss J e n n i e S te w a r t. B u f f a lo ; D r . D a y t o n , B lack R o c k ; G e o rge B a u e r , P o n ti a c , N . Y . r J o h n M o rriso n . N e w Y o r k ; M u s e u m of A n a to m y a n d S c i­ e n c e , N e w Y o r k . a C o a a ljr U p . , u * t J m m m m r y . S o m e m o n t h s sin c o th e E x p r e s s c o n ­ ta i n e d a n a c c o n n t of th e d o i n g s of a B u f ­ falo m a n n a m e d B y r o n W o o d , w h o w a s co n d u c to r of a sleep i n g c a r o n the Lake Shore R a il r o a d . A n d s t i l l l a t e r , ‘ ‘all about i p i a n o ” m a d e i t s appearanoe, in which th i s sam e W o o d a n d h i s w ife a n d their re s p e c ­ tiv e la w y e r s fig u r e d a t the d o o r o f a m u s ic d e a ler, c o n t e n d in g fo r t h e p o s s e s s io n oi t h e m u s ic box. I t see m s t h a t W o o d h a d fa ll e n i n lovc * i t h a d a m s e l a t C le v e l a n d , a a d sh e w a a as leep ly i n th e m a d a s h e w a a i n th e m ire. M rs W o o d , w h o s t i l l re s id e s in th i s c i t y , lid n o t a d m i r e t h i s s t a t e o f t h i n g s a n d a t lant tad h e r h u s b a n d a r r e s t e d aa a d iso rd e r ly •eraon. T h a t l i t t l e m a t t e r w a s s e t t l e d , lu he m e a n ti m e t h e sc a n d a l re a c h e d th e e a r s •f t h e ra il r o a d a u t h o r i t i e s , a n d th s g a y c o n - lu c t o r w a s t o l d t h a t h i s serv ic e s o o n id be iit<pen 8 e d w i t h . W h e n t h e ru m p u s o o c u r ed a t t h e m u s ic sto r e , W o o d s o l d t h e house vud l o t , g iv in g h is w ife o n e - h a l f th e pro- :eeds, a n d iu th e e n d th r o w i n g in th e ilano. O n o r a b o n t t h e 1 5 th of J a n u a r y , .he d i s c o n t e n t e d h u s b a n d w e n t w e s tw a r d , lay i n g h e w o u l d sen d a f t e r h i s w ife a s soon is h e g o t s e t t l e d . W h e n n e x t h e a r d from »y h i s b e t t e r h a l f W o o d w a s re n e w i n g his itte n t i o n a t o th e d a r k - e y e d d a m s e l n e a r t b c C leveland D r iv i n g P a r k . T h i t h e r h i s wif* re p a ir e d , a n d , b y th e aid of a n officer, took iim fro m h e r r i v a l h y force. H e g a v e bail 'o r h i s fu t u r e good b e h a v i o r . M r s . W o o d la v i n g “ show n h im u p ” a little , r e t u r n e d b Buffalo. T h e n e x t t h i n g sh e h e a r d w a s th e fact th a t W o o d h a d o b t a i n e d a d i v o r c e f r o m h e r iu t h e F u lt o n C o u n ty C o u r t o n th e follow - •ug g r o u n d s : T h e plsi*»liu B y ro n W o o d , co m p lain s oi h i s d e f e n d a n t J a n e W o o d , a n d say s th a : ie w a s m a r r i e d to th e d e f e n d a n t a t t h e city *f B u ffalo, N . Y ., on t h e 10 th d a y of N o v ., 1867, w h e r e t h e y c o u t i n u e d t o re s id e frou. r.h a t tim e u n t i l M a y , IhiiO. T h a t d u rin g ill t h e t i m e t h e y so liv e d to g e t h e r he fa ith fu lly d isc h a r g e d all h is d u t i e s as a h u s b a n d 0 t h i s d e f e n d a n t d o in g e v e r y t h i n g in hi- *ower t o m a k e h e r life a h a p p y one. T h a t o r a s h o r t t i m e s h e c o n d u c t e d h e r s e lf as a:, ifTectionate a n d d u t i f u l w ife. B u t failing .o h a v e a n y c h i l d , a n d co n c e iv in g t h e beliei -h a t sh e n e v e r w o u ld , sh e becom e moron* m d su l le n first, a f t e r w a r d v i o l e n t a n d ab u tiv e , w h ich g r e w o q h e r t i l l h e r d isp o s itio n r.em p e r s n d c o n d u c t liecom e in t o le r a b l e , s< h a t f o r i h e la s t five o r s ix y e a r s t h a t sh« •o n tin u e d t o liv e w i t h h im , she* m a d e h i. ife a v e r y b u r d e n . T h a t fin a lly sh e left rum a b o u t t h e 1st o f M a y , 1866, declaring iier d e t e r m in a t io n n e v e r t o r e t u r n to o r livt v i t h him ag a in . T h a t as he w a s in fo rm e d 'o r h e n e v e r h e a r d from h e r d i r e c t l y , eh. v e n t t o T r o y , N . Y . I h a t soon a l t e r ht au ie to kQla c o u n t y , w h e r e h e h a s evei nee l i v e d an d n o w li*e*. 1 h a t o n leaving luffalo b e i n fo rm e d h is frie n d s w h e r e h t -vas g o ing an d re q u e s t e d th e m if they ea r n e d a n y t h i n g of h e r w h e r e a b o u ts t- w r ite him ; t h a t t h o u g h h e h a s o f t e n heart, rom h i s frie n d s th e r e , th e y re p o r t th a t h e y h a v e h e a r d n o t h i n g from h e r . W h e r e <»T 6 h e ch a r g e s said d e f e n d a n t w i t h ab a u lo n m e n t **f h im fo r o v e r t w o y e a r s p r i o r t< .h e co m m e n c e m e n t of t h i s su i t . H e w o u ld u r t h e r s t a t e t h a t h e h a s b e e n a re s i d e n t oi rhis c o u n t y fo r eig h tee n m o n t h s la s t p a s t •V h e refore lie a s k s th e C o u r t t o g r a n t him 1 d iv o rce, &c. (S i g n e d .) K. T . Di< * £ y f A t t ’y fo r P i ’fT. T o s u b s t a n t i a t e th e s t a t e m e n t s a u d ful ill t h e re q u ire m e n t s of e v e n th e flim s y law >f I n d i a n a m u s t h a v e re q u ire d som e p r e tt y -ill o w e a ring. W i t h a v iew of a s c e r t a in i n g w h o t h e w i t leases w e re in t h e s u i t , so t h a t ac t io n m ig h ’ ■e h a d a g a i n s t th e m for p e r j u r y , inquiry •vas m a d e h y a p r o m i n e n t la w y e r of th* le r k of F u lt o n co u n t y , In d . , a n d th e foi- low ing l e t t e r w a s r e t u r n e d : In re p ly to y o u r n o t e in r e la t io n to W o o d •*. W o o d (d ivorc?) I h a v e t a k e n th e p a i n s t< ■tend y o u a co p y of th e co m p lain t. 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F .Iizab e th K a g a n , a t r u a n t g i r l , w a s s e n t t o F a t h e r H i n e s R e f o r m S c h o o l a t th e re q u e s t of h e r Toother. H f . e i . h U p . - A w o m a n n a m e d E liza M o o d y w a s f o u n d W e d n e s d a y n i g h t h a n g i n g h e e l s u p in th e s t a i r s lea d in g to a b a s e m e n t salo o n on th e T e r r a e e . H e r h o o p s k i r t h a d c a u g h t i n t h t fo o t scrap e a u d sh e co u l d n e i t h e r g e t u p n o r d o w n . W h i l e m a i n t a i n i h g t h i s re m a r k ­ a b l e a t t i t u le sh e w a s d i s c o v e r e d b y P a t r o l ­ m a n /o c h e r , w h o in th e m o s t r e f in e d an d d i g u i f i e d m a n n e r (*ossible sq p c e e d e d in e x ­ tric a t i n g h e r fro m h e r p e r il o u s p o s itio n . S h e w a s fo u n d t o b e su fferin g from a n o v e r ­ d o s e of fu s il oil. S h e w a s c o n v e y e d to th e W a t c h h o u s e , a n d in t h e m o r n i n g th e cold- h e a r t e d J u s t i c e c h a r g e d h e r five d o l l a r s for n o t k e e p i n g rig h t sid e u p . H i g h w a y R o b b e r C a p t u r e d . — O n th e 1 8 t h of M a y M rs. F lo r e n c e R o c k w e ll, re ­ sid i n g a t 277 L i n w o o d av e n u e , h a d h e r p o c k e t - b o o k s n a t c h e d fro m h e r h a n d on M a i n s t r e e t b y a m a n w h o m s h e n e v e r h a d seen before. S h e le f t a d e s c r i p t io n o f th e ro b b e r a t t h e S i x t h P r e c i n c t S ta t io n , b u t n o t h i n g *.ias s*-en r i h i m n n t i l W e d n e s d a y , m g b t , w h e n a m a n n a m e d J u l i u s F e e w a s a r r e s t e d fo r lieing drunk and d i s o r d e r ly . H is ap p e a r a n c e co r r e s p o n d e d e x a c t l y w i t h th e d e s c r i p t io n of t h e ro b b e r , and he w a s h e l d u n t i l M rs. R o c k w e ll arrive*!. S h e fu l l y id e n t i f i e d h i m , a n d h e w a s co m m itte d to ja i l t o a w a i t tria l . P r e s e n t a t i o n . — Y e s t e r d a y afte r n o o n p r e v io u s to th e d e p a r t u r e of th e tw o o 'c lo c k tr a i n fo r N e w Y o r k q u i t e a l a r g e cro w d of p e o p le asse m b le d i n B a p s t ’s D in ­ in g R o o m s to b i d good l»yo to M r . W m . M o s e s , w h o w a s a b o u t t o s t a r t fo r E u ro p e . M r . M o s e s on m a k i n g h is a p p e a r a n c e w i t h a frie n d w a s ad d r e s s e d b y G e o rg e J . Bryan, o f t h e Po*t, w h o p a i d a h i g h t r i b u t e t o him m 2 an e n g i n e e r a n d p u b l i c officer, and con­ c l u d e d b y p r e s e n t ! u g M r. M o se* w i t h an elegant g o l d - h e a d e d eb o n y ca n e in th e n a m e of h i s frie n d s in t h e L a k e E r i e C o m - m a n d e r y . 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B a s e B a l l . — A m a t c h g a m e of b a s e b a ll, >etween t h e Courier n in e a n d th e A c a d e m y f M u s ic n i n e , play'cd o n th e N i a g a r a s grounds, co r n e r of Y o r k a n d S i x t h stre e t s , it 10 A . M . y e s t e r d a y , re s u lt e d in a v ic­ tory fo r t h e A c a d e in v s b y a sco r e of 36 to JI, six in n i n g s liein g p l a y e d . A t t h e end if t h e fifth in n in g s th e sco r e sto o d 2 0 fav o r of th e Courier a n d 21 i n fa v o r of th e V c adem y . H . T u r n e r , of th o E x c e lsio r B . B. C .. w a s u m p i r e , a n d W . L. S a v t h sco r e r . A N e w M a s o n i c L o d g e . — W e l e a r n th a t B lazing S t a r L o d g e U . D . a t E a s t A u r o r a , m t h i s c o u n t y , w i l l b e c o n s t i t u t e d a n d its officers in s ta l le d th i s ev e n in g . T h e e x e r ­ cises w ill Ue p n b l i c , a n d w ill t a k e p lace a t th e A c a d e m y H a l l in th a t - v illag e . T h e cerem o n ies w ill be u n d e r t h e d i r e c t io n o f R. •V. C h r i s t o p h e r G . Fox, S e n i o r G r a n d W a r - len of t h e G r a n d L o d g e , assiste d b y R . W . -John B. S a c k e t t, D i s t r i c t D e p u ty G r a n d M a s t e r o f t h i s d i s t r i c t ; R . W . C h a r l e s K Y o u n g , J u n i o r G r a n d D e a c o n o f t f ie G r a n d L o d g c ^ a n d o t h e r s , p r o m i n e n t m e m b e r s of *.h** fra t e r n i t y o f th i s c i t v . T h e a d d r e s s w ill b e d e l i v e r e d b y t h e 1 e . D. H . M u 1 r I'he t r a m w ill l e a v e t h e N e w Y o r k C e n t r a l D e p o t a t t h r e e o’clo c k N . Y . C. tim e . COVETS OF LAW. S u p e r i o r C o a rl—C r im in a l T e r m . Hon. 1. A. Vcrplanck, Justice I’re.-idinjr; Patchin ami Ziegel, Justices «>f the Peace M a r t i n M o r a n . A s s a u l t . A r r a i g n e d a n d p l e a d n o t g u i l t y . I^et t o b a i l in $500 to a p p e a r f r o m d a y to d a y . A n n i e A r m s t r o n g . K e e p i n g d i s o r d e r ly h o u s e . A r r a i g n e d a n d p l e a d n o t g u i l t y . L e t t o b a i l i n $500 t o a p p e a r fro m d a y to d a y . M a r g a r e t D o y le. K e e p i n g d i s o r d e r ly house. A r r a i g n e d a n d p l e a d n o t g u i l t y . L e t t o b a i l i n $5 0 0 t o a p p e a r fro m d a y to d a y . Isa a c Jac o b s . B u r g l a r y th i r d d e g r e e , a c q u i tt t e d . a r C o a r- t — H> b . Geo. W. Clint*>n( Justice. Kmaliae C. Scoville vs. John C. M a u r y . The defendant was the o w n e r of a long learo given by plaintiff, which coataincd tha privilege of renewal for live y e a r s a t the asms rant a t tha expiration of the first t e r m , and a second clause th a t if the party of th a - second p a rt d id a o t make this election, then the p a rty of tbe first part must pay for all aspravemeate aach price ae two appraisers. Tried and i R a p a r t o r i o . r t C l w I I T r i a l T e r n * . 3*) to 40 ' e a r s ......... 40 to Ml y esrd tl inonthn to 1 y e a r . .. 10 50 to 00 y e a r s .......... I to :i > e a r* ..................... 18 60 t o 70 y e a r s ........... J t o 6 y e a rs..................... fi 70 to 80 y e a r s .......... > to lo years ................... 8 80 to 90 years* .......... 10 t o 20 y e a r s ................. 9 U n k n o w n .................. »0 to 30 vears* ................... 14 * T u ia l ............................................................................... BY WHOM CERTIFIED. 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Aecident by Bum 1 In-, am motion of Bow el * 2 ** Drowning .. 7 Inflammation of Brain 4 ftpnplcky, Cerebral... 2 Iuflammat on of Jrani I V-thina ............................... 1 and Meninges ............ 1 Coucer ................................. 2 Inflammation of Liver 1 •Janter, Bn a st .............. 2 Inflommationof Lungs 1 1 Cholera Morbus ............ 1 Inflammation of Lungs Coiiftuuiptiun ................... 15 Tipboid ......................... 3 Convulsions ..................... 19 Inflammation, Perito­ Cyanosis ................. ............ 1 neum ............................... 1 Debility t . ........................... 1 Inflam ation, Stomach 1 Diurrhtea........................... 3 InsUiitv .............................. 2 isease of the Brain . 3 Kidneys, B’s disease . 2 Disease of tiie Heart. 4 Marnsmus........................ 2 •ropsy. General.. 2 Measles ................................ 8 Dropsy nf the tr a i n . . 3 N-glect ............................. .. «*ld Age ............................... 1 ;ropsy t of the Heart . 1 5 Feve-, Scarlet ................. 8 Pyaemia ............................. .. 2 Fever, Typhoi 1 ............... •*»ver, Typnus ............... 3 Suic.de................................. 2 1 1 S\ phiilis ............................. Cmgrene. dry ............... 1 Unknown........................... 6 tlii-morr'ge Fin Lungs 1 Total D e a ths from Diseases..........................................la* T o tal, including H ill-b o r n . ........................................ 137 T h e follow ing show s th e n u m b e r o f deaths in th e e ity in t h e m o n ths of Ja n u a r y , F e b r u a r y . M arch, A p ril, M ayoad Ju n e ; th e n u m b e r in lftfiS, am i the average ol each m o u th for th e five y e a rs, 1»64 te 1868, inclusive: 1869. 18*58. 109 5 years A v erage. Month. J a n u t r y ........... re b r u a r y ................................ 103 M a r c h .................................. 107 A p n l ................................ 117 M ay ....................................... 95 Ju n e ..................................... 133 T h e n u m b e r o f deaths in th e first six m o n ths of 'h e present year is 2o less th a n in th e corte*!*Hiding period of la.»t y e a r, and 15 m o re.tban *h< average for 5 years. PY KON £ DA g GKTT, M D ., H e a lth Physician. Officers o f th e Board of H e a lth: W ILLIAM HF.WSON, P resident. GEOROE S. W A R D W E L L , Clerk. T. C. T U M S O N ,) G. W. 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McK»y, is e r e c t i n g a fine iw residence in th > v i l la g e o f Addison. — The Hornellsvil); Tim e s teds of a m a n in th a t village who re c e n t l y m o u l d e d b y hand, in four hour* a i d fo r t y - d y e m i n u te s , 6030 good, square,tini-class bri*A « . M r. J . B Howland has ,ibecome proprietor of the Washington Houik* a t Corning. T h e R o g e r a v ille S e m i n a r y clo s e d f o r t h e S u m ­ mer. M r . I. J . A . J o n e s k i l le d a r a t t l e ­ s n a k e l a s t w e e k W e d n e s d a y afte r n o o n on th e hiR b a c k o f M r. . j v r t h u r E r w in ’s p l a c e a t P a i n t e d P o s t, w h iq h m e a s n r e d fo u r f e e t a n d six in c h e s i n l e n g t h . D a n iel T a y l o r so l d hi** h o tel a t B r a n c h p o r J . M r. M c C lave, of th e C o u n ty P o o r h o u s e , h a s su e d t h e C o rn in g I^m'M-rat fo r ’lib e l . ------- An ad o p t e d d a u g h b r oi M r . 'b a t o n , of W e s t l u io n , ag e d fo i r t e e n y e a r * , w a s fi ta l l y p o iso n e d b y e a t i n g so m e w ild ro o t sh e p u l l e d u p in t h e M o o d s. S h e t u p p o s e d i t t o b e a h a r m l e s s roq t f r e q u e n t l y l a t e n b y c h i l d r e n , so m e tim e s c a l le d crinkle* ro o t o r p e p p e r ro o t. I t is n n p p o s e d t h a t i t w a s poison cic e ly . S h e w ,ts t a k e n with* v o m i t ­ in g i m m e d i a t e l y a f t e r e a t i n g i t o u S a t u r ­ d a y , a n d d i e d o n t h e n e x t W e d n e s d a y . ------- W illiam H u n t , of C o m in g , h a s b e e n su e d fo r b r e a c h of p r o m ise by a d a u g h ter* o f H . C. S ta l e s , of C a to n . CHAUTAUQl a c o u n t y . O v e r a to n of stUi .w h e rries h a v e b e e n s h i p p e d fro m P o r t l a n d ea c h d a y fo j th e p a s t w e e k o r tw o . H . G . M i tc h e l l , S u ­ p e r i n t e n d e n t of Busti,* h a s a cow t h a t y i e l d ­ ed 396 p o u n d s o f m ilk in sev e n (lay s , * from w h ich h e m a d e 154 ^pounds of b u t t * j \ «*r n e a r l y j>oonds p^i- d a y . — - I»r. K . G H o w e , U» D u n k i r k , has s t a r t e d a (tpoth m a n u f a c t o r y i n D u n h i r k , an«l p r o p o s e s to m a k e a b o u t fo u r th o u s a n d of th e “ p e y l y ’’ jie r w e e k . C ly r a e r v i l la g e S c h o o l D i s t r i c t h a s o rg a n ized u n d e r t l 11 e x i s t i n g 1 nion ee >chool law s of th e S i i t e , a n d a B o a i d of E d u c a t io n , co n s i s t i n g *qf n i n e m e m b e r s ^ w ill h e r e a f t e r d i r e c t t h e ' m a n a g e m e n t of th e sch o o l. M r. Georg* M . A b e ll K **3 b e e n a p p o i n t e d S u p e r i n t e n d e n t of th e lig h U iu th e D u u k i r k h a r b o r .- Y — T h e m ill d a r j of M r. A . B. F e n n e r , at-G h e r m a n , w a s c a r r i e d a w a y b y th e fre s h e t l i n t S u n d a y n i g h t , in ­ v o lv in g a lo s s of sever; J h u n d r e d d o l l a r s . T o R e t a i l e r * o f A l c o h o l i c L w u o r ^ i n B u f f a l o . — (J e iU le m tn W e , t h e re p r e s e n ­ ta t i v e s o f th e v a r io u s tem p e r a n c e orgami z a t io n s o f B u ffalo, h e r e b y re s p e c t f u l l y > all y o u r a t t e n t i o n to th e \ a w re g u l a t i n g th e sale of a r d e n t s p i r i t s , a*careful ex a m in a t io n of w h ich m n s t c o n v i n c e y o u t h a t a c o m p l i ­ an c e w i t h its \a r i o u s >rovisions o n y o u r p a r t c a n n o t be o t h e r w is • th a n b e n e f icial w u o ie c o m m u n i t y . B e liev in g t h a t a j a c la s s y o u w ish to b e If w - a b id io g citiz e is, a n d t h a t y o u r noij-co jip li a n e e w i t h th*s law h i s h e r e t o f o r e l»ee|i th r o u g h a m isc«i‘- .stru c tio n o f it, w e t r u ^ t t h a t y o u n o w ccjn- p r e h e n d i t a n d w i l l c h e e r f u l ly co m p ly m d liv e u p t e i t , an d th u s sav e u s t h e cn - p l e a s a n t d u t y of in s istin g o n its en f o r c e ­ m e n t , w h i c h w e sliall . j r on a n d a f t e r J ’ l y lOfcb, 1869. A C o m m i t t e e w h o m e a n B u s i n e s s D r u i d s . — T h e r e w a /l-n n e w C r o v e o f *Jie L*. O . D r u id s o r g a n it e d n t D J 4 F e ll^iv s H a ll o h M i c h ig a n s i r e p t qn th e 7 th of J u l y , A . R e isw e h e r , D . F-. Y . A ., in s ta l l j i g officer. T h e fo llo w in g o f i c e r s w e r e elec :ed a n d in s ta l le d : F . H i c k e r t , N . A . ; ' R . F lach , \ . A . ; 11. M i ll e r , S e c ’y ; J . 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R ic h a r d s , a n o ld a n d w e ll k n o w n re s id e n t of < > r a n g e v ille , fo r m e r l y S u p e r i n t e n d e n t of th e P o o r of th i s c o u n t y , h a s p u r c h a s e d a fa r m of five h u n d r e d ac r e s , n e a r R ic h m o n d , V s . , w h e r e h e in t e n d s m o v in g a t a n e a r l y d a y . T h e te a c h e r s a n d s t u d e n t s of th e W a r r e n A c a d e m y e n j o y e d a p l e a s a n t e x ­ c u r s io n to P o r t a g e o n th e 2 d in s t . ------- T h e r e a r e six t y - n i n e S u n d a y S c h o o ls, sev e n h u n d i e d a n d fo r ty - f iv e te a c h e r s , a n d fo u r th o u s a n d n i n e h u n d r e d a n d s i x t y sch o lars in t h i s c o u n t y . —— S e v e r a l p r o m i n e n t c i t i ­ z e n s of W a r r e n a r e d e b a t i n g th e s u b ­ je c t o f o r g a n isin g n W a t e r W o r k s C o m ­ p a n y . I t ia th o u g h t t h a t t h e w o r k s can b e W f flt f o r a b o u t $16,000. 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W s h a / e k e p t fire s e v e n ty - f o u r h o u r s w i t h u h i r t y - t i v e p o u n d s of c o a l, a n d t w e n t y - e i g h t h o u i ^ w i t h o u t r e ­ p len ish in g . Y o u r s t r u l y ', ’ G r i d l b v A E a v e n p o r t . M r . C . E . W a l b r i d g e , 571 $ ain s t r e e t , is th e o n ly a g e n t in B u ffalo fo*' th e sale of tfris sto v e . O n e M i l l i o n P a n a m a - s a n d nobby- stra w h a t s , a n d th e n e w p a t e n t v e n t i l a t e d C h a p e a u x in a l l co lo rs f o r v S u rrm e r w e a r , a t L . A . S i r e s t ' s 213 M a in at. M 0 T IC G § . O m c E o r m r . Boami* ay Cui s im ionkb.i , or E tciss or |J u s <n* , B ttfalo , J u l y 'J*h, 1869. * T O W H O M I T M A T C O N C E R N . - T h e C o * m ia» io n e n or (x e tr o fc-r t b e e r c n t - of E r • . will m e e t a t t h e O I j tV * irt 5* use, in t h e • i I t o f Buffalo, on T u e s d a y , J u l f W k I f ® , a . 10 ^V k > e k ,a. 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A lso, day boar ere warned. n n E L L i c o r r S T . — a f e w b d a b d c r y j ere can i»e accoinm w lated » i t h board and room s. A Do a few day board* rs w - n ted . a l lain bn ( i ! O O A P E A R L S T . , B E T W E E N E A G L E — «*“T and C o u r t sts. Hoard w ith o r w ithout mis. and *n a pleanant location. V 7 N- D I V I S I O N S T . — A F E W gle g ntl< nier., or g»n*->emen a n d wives. 'b>a n board and p ie-sa-d rooms. 287 V > u u WASHINGTON ST. ro nm ,su itab l e for tw o geentlem a a n d wife. A F R O N T g e n o r for a P E R S O N A L . A d v e r tisem e n ts net exceeding f o u r i n n s nr th i r ty two words inserted u n d e r this h e a d ing f o r 4 1 cents, each a d d itio n a l line 9 cents. T H E P A R T Y T H A T T O O K T H K 1- H igh Silk H at from th e Good le m p a r ’s eater- tain m c n t la s t n u h t , will ie t u m tb e sam e to th* office u n d e r N. Y. Jt E rie B a n k , in o r d e r t o save t r o u ­ ble, a s he is known. P E R S O N A L — T H E O L D F I R M O F B o g e rt .V D o o little hav.ng dissolved, t h e st >ck o f c o o d s f o rm e ly belonging to th»-n* have been re m o v ed t > 196 M ain atreet, five doors * elow th e old stand. GooaLs mad-i t*> o r d e r one-tb in l less th a n for n e r prices; y o u th ’s a n d c h i d r i l l 's cloth ng a t prices t su it c u tom* r s to close c u t th e stock. JA S . B. BOGERT, A g e n t P E R S O N A L — Y O U C A N M A K E - A good th ng in cleaning o u t y o u r hou.-,- by send ing y o u r old |>a|»erof al- * ind-, bo .ks, p n u p h lets new spapers, 1 tic s, &c., &c , to P H I L I P LE E , at th e r e a r o f No. 14 K. Hwan st. K IS I N E S H C H A N C E S . A d v e r tisem e n ts not e x c e e d ing f o u r lines or thirty- tyso words inserted u n d e r th is h e a d ing f o r 4 1 cents, each a d d itism a l line 1 cents. <*■> n o n -* , A K T N K K s , , n > w a n t M r ed w ith a p a r ty who is o r intends *0 eatablish a business in th e city; can keep hooks, etc. A d d ress “ X ,* th is office, giving nam e and ad­ dress. W I T H from » 1 d 0 0 to $-20 000 cap i'al i \ a lucrative bu s ’ness, a i r a«lv e stablished. EDW ARDS & BUCK- LAND, 10 E. Seneca s . ^ L A N T E D — A P A R T N E R A F L O U R A N D G R I S T M I L L sale in C a n a d a , s itu a ted nea F U R tw o 1 lien u f rail- r-iaAl, 100nii<eiA froo* Buffalo, or. th e Buffalo and Lake H u r o n Kadroad; tin -w a ter privilege is Aiastir passed in t h e c o u n try ; p 'e n ty q/w h a t io tb e neigh­ borhood. The mi I is f itted up w ith th r e e ru n of stones in good tu n n i n g ord- r; $3500 dow n , balance in tw o years. F o r partieu lars addre s FRED . B G I LLETT. P n im b o P. (>., O n tario, C a n -da. bin o f L O U R 51 IL L F O K S A L E IN T H E b u f a l o ; building brick, large a n d capa- 1 la r . e b u s m -ss; lo t 100x115; tt.re e ru n <»* w ith m a c h in-ry and pow e r fo r m o re, le r - i s eiav. F o r particu lars apply t<* HUMK k SAN- F d R D , 16 W *st S « a n st. I 'O L E T — M A C H I N E S H O P , T O O L S , Po «er. Foundry, Ac.—H a v ing p u rch«s <1 all the lathes, planes ar d oil e r tools lately owned bv t h e fi m o? N a g e & W eed, iu t n e C r ’c a .o s t Iro n w o r k s , h e inr one of tn e b st furnished shops in t h e c ui try , consisting 01 large and so all tools f r d o ng a ll k>nds of iron w o rk, we a rc prepared to b a s e tn e al>ove a- d urnis 1 (K»ecr to n m th o s .roe; a s ., f o u n d r y w ll be ren ted if * es-re-i w ith th e inaclni e shop. Tbe prem ises can be c o n v e n iently divid d and let in s ' ]>a- rAte rooin«. F o r |>artic dare in<|uire of E. B. H*>LMES, Michigan s tr e e t a n d canal. A RARE CHANCE TO MAKE A F*> tune. —To a n y y o u n g m a n w ith a little ’ a c t and energy, having a s in a l'am o u n t of m o n e y , o r wh - *an «iv seuu ity f o r tlie a m o u n t,an e x c e llent c h ance *0 m a k e a fo r tu n e is off- r e d by a g n ’ e m a .i who is g b o u t to em b a rk in business on a larzt-r s.ale. His well e s tablished and t h r v ug dry goods bt&ine-ss by which for y e a rs Le h«s acquired a go* i li'in g ami 0 n u l tab le l>«sidts, w itii an extensive patio n a a e , w.ll lie sold on favora lc te'm -i, a r d needs to * c seen onlv to afford a suffi ien’ g u e r ntee of th e prorperity of his suci-essor. (DkkI s tore 30 «eet fro n t ; r e n t 8500. Adcire-s H. B , box 7 2 '. *Ibany, N. V. I *KICK YARD FOR SALE -AT ERIE I Railroad 8 *a’i<«n, LarArtster, w ith 7 a c res a n d all neccssarv to o ’s f >r tnaki- g brie1’ , to r sale cheap ana • ■n caay 't e r m s by HU M E k SANFORD. 16 W est T O L K T - K O O I H . A d v e r tisem e n ts n o t e x c e e d ing f o u r lines ur t h irty - two words inserted u n d e r th is heading f o r 4 1 cen ts, each a d d itio n a l liye 1 centf. T O RENT —A FIRST CLASSROOM on firet flr-or. 33:5 Main s t., cor. N. Division st. Apply to GEi*. B. B l LL, 333 M ain, c r. X. 1 ivision. O F F I C E S TO LET—TWO OFFICES a* N o 353 Main a t., on Aral floor; also, th r e e 09 m s, v o od .oca’i* n fo r a land agency o r m u r*nce tininess, o r fo r a physician o r Ia*»ver. » T « 0 R E N T — S P L E N D I D O F F I C E S IN k- No. 77 Pearl «t. A p p ly to J o i i N O IT O , 81 P e a rl s t. U - O R R E N T — F U R N I S H E D R O O M S , P. w ith o u t board, f o r gentlem e n only. A p p ly to JO H N OTTO, Real E state and Loan B roker, No. 81 Pearl bt. K U O M S A S D O F F I C E S T O L E T — N o 440 M ain a tr e e t, 2d s to r y , ga* a iid w a ter. *23 M oi'i s tr e e t, 2d s to r y , ga* a n d w a te r. ffi Lloyd s tr e e t, 2 d , 3 d a n d 4th stories. __________________________________ f.VON 4 BAKER. R o o m s a n d p o w e r t o r e n t . The room* are desirable and th a pow e r eon- rtan t Inquire- of bU 4 B. HOLM E S . M ichigan at. m d rbe C a n a l, Buffalo. I O F T :: F O R R E N T F O R L I G H T j ncm n facturing purpose*, f o u r floors, e a c h 25x 75 , w itn office a n d gaa a n d w a ter, s itu a te eorn*-r of WorJv.ngtou and th e <>.nai. LYC‘N A H A K E S , tr i e L&ul O S c e. \ \ T A N T E D — T O R E N T T O A G O O D V V te n a n t, fram e c o ttage. S o . 423 S o u 'h Divi- rfion s t. Inquire on th e premises. F O R R E N T — A D E S I R A B L E B R I C K Dw e lling, w e st aide of Main aL , ten m inute* w slk from th e Post- fllee; furnished th r o u ir h - u t large yard, a n d larae quan tities o f frui- of different varieties. Will h e rented low and poscesMun given im m e d iately. E>i W A R D S 4 BUCK L A ND, Heal Estate and Insurance Broker*. Xo. 10 K. Seneca st. T O R E N T — A F U R N I S H E D H O U S E , 48 J o h n s o n 's place f o r S m o n ths from Ju n e I, A p p ly to JOHN' OTTO, 81 Pearl s t P O I-.E N T O R S E L L — T H R E E B R I C K K cottages on Elk st , near L o u isiana, new and •ery c o n v e n ient R e n t $250. Store No. 8 E. Eagle r t . R e n t $500. S to r e in t h e U n ited States H o tel Block. R e n t $30 A. N. W IX S H IP, 10 E. Eagle s t 0. F O R SA L E IIO I S E S . A d v e r tisem e n ts n o t e x c e e d ing f o u r lines or th irtg- tiro words inserted u n d e r this h e a d in g f o r 4 1 cents , each a d d itiio ia t lin e 1 cents. H o u s e s f o r BA gas, w a ter. S A L E B Y L Y O N A B A K E R +4 W e rt T u p p e r s t . , 2-story fram e ; b a th , f u rnace L o t 3 .IxW. Price $560*)\ 114 S o u th Division s u , 2-story w ick , com m o d ious and having m o d e m im p . o v . n u ut*. L cat on desir­ able i o r d o w n - to»n bus-n. ss m e n . P r ’*-e $s000. M a riner s L , ea«t side, near Alien st., 2-rtorv brick Lot 33x100. Price $50*0. 9 484 E llico tt s t . , I j -.l<>ry fram e . Lot 25x132 P r i « $2500. 4S0 N iagara st.. 2-story b r k k , fram e barn, lo i 40 x 264 ; a very pleasa t n. a t place. Price $7000. 40 • S e n e c a s t., 2 - t tv fram e sto r e and dwalliog- g a s a n d »»■>r. l o t 25x100. Price $4000. 19 l e n t u st.. 2-story fram e . L o t 25x100. Price $2500. 450 Sw a n st., 2-story fram e store and dw e lling gas. w a ter, e tc. L o t 3 a j x l 20 . P r c e $3500. _____________ L ^ i 'N ft BA K E R E rie L a n d Office. L r°R s a l e - i - s t o r y f r a m e .STO R E a. and dw li ng ..n B a t i r i a r t . , n e a r Spring; good ce lar. L o t 32x120; la’ge fram e ba n ori lot. U V O N 4 J3A K * K , k r i e Land Gffice. C o t t a g e s f o r s a l e . No. 122 Van I L n s elaear s t . , l-sto r v fram e cot- age. L o t 2 xi2*». P r - a f t f f O . . Al*o, 1-storv fnune cottage on R e n s a c !'ef s t. n e a t Elk. Price $850. _____________ LYON 4 BA K E R , E ric Lan I Office. e r th irty. two words Inserts* wader this heading for %9 cenu each additional Hne 9 tents. _________________ B “ UILDING L O T S F O R S A L E B \ I.TO N 4 B A K U L S. Ml t h e w t t a m e r E d w t H and V irginia s t s . ; 119 f t ii E d A o r d a L .W f t im V iT g in i* * tf f W ftd « e p . Lmw<,>o4 a v e n u e , w t r t tid e ; 110 f t t o u t h of Utia» Ik , 44xKt>j lin w r o i avenne. w e st * id e , n o r th of B a r k e r s t , 6&.23J f t , 1 1 0 t t w ide in ' e ’ r. LY«»N 4 B t K E R , E rie Land Offce. C H O I C K L O T S , N I N T H S T . , E A S T aide. 1*0 ith co r n e r o t Je r r e y rt., opp- s ite ttw- residence of W. f l FargO , Esq. T h t s# lots are J65 ft d te p , are on high g r o u ’ a, with 00 k out on th e Ba , C a n a d a *h ' r e , etc. W 'll be s o ld in p a 'c e l •. LYON 4 B A K a R , Kri« L a n d Office. F o r s a l e —a c l u b b o a t 43 f e e t In 1» n g tn . A p p iy a t K IA 0 8 T O N BRO. 8 Boat Y a rd, R iver at. I N S U R A N C E S T O C K S — B U F F A L O C i ­ ty , W e stern and Buff* o M u tual iL a n n m re rte c k -ought a i d w M t.y ED W ARDS A BUCK L A N D , Real E state and I n s u rance B rokers, Xo. 10 E a st Sen- 1 7 O R s a ! r - a s m a l l p u r c h a s e r M 1 1 .V Mortgage. Apply to JOHN OTTO, $1 P e a rl s treet. H O U S E S A N D L O T S F O R S A L E 227 T h irtc n » h s t . , e a s t sid -, second house u<>rth .>f C o n n e c ticut s t- e e t , 2-storv fram e and barn: lot box l 0. Price, $3000. C o rner H igh and E 'm streets, cottage ary rf stone b sem e i.t, h a r u , f r u i t, cistern, A c .; lot 50 f< «;t front. Price, $3500. 2o7 S e v e n th stre e t , 1^-story fram e ; lot 59x150. Price, $ 000. 123 S ixth stre e t , 2-story f ram e and h a m ; lo t 6 <>x 131. P rice $6000. 209 Swan s tr e e t, 2 ^ - to r y brick and basem e n t; lot 22 ^X 100 : gas, wat e r, 4c. Pi ice, 84500. 517 N inth str* \t e^r* ri'ie, soutb p f Y o rk street, 2- sto r v fram e , new , c e llar, i u e lo t, wc' fi'-.Ye, J* 3000 . 159 H u .o u stre e t, 2-story fram e ; h i t 25x100. Trice, * 2-27*0arroll street. 2 -rt..ry f - r - . t e a c m e n t , with tarn, gas water. Ate Pi ice, p.’kToO. :'61 S o o th Division sti e e t, 1-storv cottage. Tiiis building s large, very to n v c n ien t, w e ll ouilt, and in fine condition. R e n ts for 8300 |»er annum . Price, $ 2 .S 00 . N rth e a s t c o m e r E ig le a n d F.'l icott s tr e e ts, 2-ntory brick sn d baseiBevit. Price -<4000. 313 T e rr ; 1 s : r* and basem e n t; lo t 50x150. Pi ice, 83000. B A R G A I N — T W O U tica stre e t , first door from Main s tr e e t, finished com p lete and in good or- ier; lo t *> 0 x 2 o 0 . HiU be sold or less t h a n th e build- 1 g cost, only a p a r t <>f tb e purchase m o n e y being re<|uire«( d t .. .. duildm g . F 'O R S A L E A T A atory brick hoi HASTINGS a O IT O , 3 B rown F O R SA L E -TH E 2-STORY b r i c k hou*e No. 18 N. Pearl s t . : gas, m a rble m a n tles •cllar ct<-., a ll in fr > H o rder; l> t 2 5 tl 14 to an adey, oarn on t h e allev; wiil lie s*>ld on rca-onah term 's , 1-story fram e house No. 3a P a rk s t , iu good older; lo t 25x120 to a n alley. Desira- le vacant preqx-rty f o r s a le; lo t 9 0x230,west •ide of Main s t ., 142 f t n o r th of Allen at. L o t 49x236, w e st side of M ain ft , betw e e n Allen and N o r th sis. HASTINGS « DT^O, 3 Brown’s nuilding. C M O ch -hongre—Lot of ab> lit 1 2 acres good house well finished and out-buddings in good or- er. a large In n park, fin# orchard of api k-», pears, cherries, etc. Every thing in good cond t*on; situate in (Cast P- in broke 1 £ mil •• from railroad depot, I m:les west <>f lata--a. i H ill exchange :or a snug place in the citv worth $ ’000 to $4 00 and pay • ificrcsce; or wll i sell •n easy terms. LYON it BAKER, trie Land Gffice. O U S E O N D E L A W A R E S T . — T H E er.v convenient and commodious d *elling on thcast coon r of DelMtee and Huron at s. I stones an<Lba-ement, pari oaffiting-ro< m, libreiy, Dedr.-om aim bathroom on first floor; furnace, bi t *r*l cold water, etc.—all in perfect order. For sale by LYo.N tt BAKEK. m p O R S A L E O R T O R E N T — N O . 625 Main street, in elegant order. Apply to JOHN OTTO, 81 Pearl st. F o r s a l e —a f a r m o f 24 a c r e s . withm five minutes' walk of Aurora village; has a g.M.d hou-e a; il b»rn, al>out 130 fruit trees, well wa.ered and under good cultivation; will-ell cheap • •rexch«nge for citv prc)>erty. Ap.ly ta M. Me OoMB, 10 South Division st. F o r s a l e —a f a r m o f 21 a c r e s - , has a good, dwelling house, harnr, orchard, * c , within seven miles of t;.is cit*; will “ell cheap or ex- bange for city property. App y to M. McCoMB, 10 n . Dnision st. F o r s a l e —49 b e n n e t t s t . , 2 s'ory frame, in good condition; lot 23 by 137. graj>e\in< s, fruit trees, ttc. Will sel cheap if s**ld within, thirty days. Apply to M. M c j GMB, 10 ft. Oivisi- n st F 'O R S A L E — 6*25 M A I N S T ., A F I N S brisk residence in good condit on; brick ham in the re»r on Washington -t ; the house has all the iu dem improvements. Will sell heap if sold soon. Appiy to M. McC'O.MB, 10 S. Li*unm st. F o r s a l e —t h a t and commodious 2 -story (front a LMR> r Sal S U B S T A N T I A L d rear) Brick House, with large grounds well stock*<1 with fruit 41 .d shade trees, the residence of the late William Ho :ge, Esq . located ou the southwest comer of Main md Utica sts. Apply >o JoifN OTTO, si Pearl st. 1ST CLASS DW E L L INGS FOR Sale —A new residence ju»t cutnp'eted, on Main st., near Nor h St.; large house, finely finished (n m idem st . 1 : lot 524x264. A good 2—tory brick dwelling, No. 142 Ninth st., cement cellar and cistern, uimace, ga*, ttc.; house in perfect order, finely j«percd ttc. Hie elegant dow n-towii residence on Niagara square, Mau-ttrei roof, well built, nearly new, tin shed in good style and expanse. An extremely desirable place for persons re-iju ring to live near u.- business. Prioes and terms reasonable. LYON tt BAKER. Erie Land Office. D e s i r a b l e v a c a n t l o t s f o r Sal -.—100x225, Delaware rt.. east side. 300 feet north of North st. 200x244, Delaware st., ea.st side, 570 feet south of Ferry st. 60x110 to an alley, Franklin *t., east side, 251 feet north of Virginia r t . 41x135, hliicolt st., wart rde, 183 feet south of High st. HASTINGS tt OlTo. Real Fstate Brokers, No. 3 Brown’s Bui di'.t*. H 'lU S T c l a s s r e s i d e n c e s f o r ft ale.—Two new 2-*tory Brick Houses, with French roof, finUr ed with black walnut,ciiesnut and asn, in modern style through* ui, s.tuate on the northeast com r - f Main aud Dodge streets; lot 7ox o0 1 each. Will f*e sold on reasonable terms. New 2-r.tory Brick House on the s .uti-ea-t comer of Delaware and Br ant streets; finiabod complete in aioileru style; iot97jx236. 2-story B*ick Dou c, with wing (No. 1243), on Delaware st., rc«r Ferry street; n>*. 134x580 Lin- vrowd avenue, with i.rick b«-n, shruble-y and fruit in a- undancc; is offered on very reasonable n-rms. 2-Btory Bn- , v o. 315 MicLgan street, with mod era im. r jvements in tine or. cr. 24-story Biick H--u e No. 28 Uticx street, near Main S'-. e*“t; lot C9\2.*0; will be sold cheap Also, a large numtier -f cb-aj»er dwellings in all parts of the «i*-y, full printed ii-t- of which inav be had at our office. HAS PNG’* tt «*TT •,* Real E-ta e B-okere, No. 3 r rown’s Bui dings. F O R S A L E — X O . 222 F R A N K L I N S T .. entire ly new, just furnished with eve y conven­ ience and mod m improvement*. Alio, No. *71 Bryant st.,a 2-stor. and wing framehouse; iaree lot well stacked with fruit; in a neighborhood where property* s rapidly increasing in va ue. _________________ Applv to JOHN OTTO, Hi Pearl st. F o r t e r i e p r o p e r t y f o r s a l e . The premises kr.-.wn as the Kempson pr-.petty, delightfully situated on the lank of the Niagara river. The dwelling U brie*, Gothic style, in *o'*l tenantahle condition, wi'h bams, stables an . out- buiidmga. There are two ac*es of .and connected witn tiie house u nd e fine state of cultivation, with A arge variety of fruit trees in bearing, with shrub­ bery OLd k raveled walks _______________ LYjN’ tt BAKER. Erie Land Office. V A L U A B L E property on iorthwe«t comer of Washington and North Division streets. Lot 41x20; house brick, two-rtorv, with wing—one of the most desirable comers in the city, either for residence or for busi­ ness. JOHN OITO. 81 Pearl at. p O R S A L E — T H A T F OR SALE — 22 1 M i s s o u r i a n d W i s c o n s i n l a n d s . One tract of 320 acres of selected land, in Cole county. Mi-souri. Tnis is.the capital county of the State. <>n tiie Missouri Hirer, and the lanu is within 20 nnies of the State Capital Al.-**, about 900 acre* of selected lands in Wiscon­ sin. located over 10 year* azo. Also, 440 acres of choice 1nd v in Western Iowa, near the great Chicago and Northwestern Railroad, and Counc.l Bluffs and Oiuiha. The above lands w>ll De sold low for cash or ex clianred for city projierty. LYON 4 BAKES, Erie Land Office. u u m n x m o r m m ..................................................... ERIE RAILWAY. ffSUAD aVASB-DOUBLB TRACK TO MKW YORK, BOfTTOIV, AHD ALL M W n o u v D e m u . D E L A W A R E ST. «. Lot 9*4x115; a two-rtory, attic and win\ brick couse, containing 16 room»; very elegant, in fine or­ der with all modern improvement*. Also a hem. JOHN OTTO. 81 Pearl st. F o r s a l e —- 2 s t o r y b r i c k h o u s e with wing, on east ride; ten rooms besides ieae- ment and attic, marble mantles aud Dofge’s patent g ates. Lot 60xl«0. Price, $5000; $5500 down, bal­ ance in five rears, fty WI* LIAM S. SNBLte 3t»• Jersey street, n r t Kl.-x-k cart of ttorma* School. F O R S A L E —h o u s e a n d l o t S .W . cor. Swme and Michigan ita.; lot 196x1124- Also two forma on Hamburgh Turnpike. Terms ee*y Inquire of 8 . C. AD AMs. with f r * u A Co. 122-t T O L E T —ST O K E S . A d v e r tisem e n ts not e x c e e d ing f o u r lines or t h i r t y - tiro ivords inserted un d e r this h e a d ing f o r 4 1 cents, each a d d itio n a l line 1 cents. S t o k e s t o l e t —iso, is 4 a n d 194 Main st., west side, oil in good repair with coun­ ter and fixtures complete; als*>, 186 Main st., former­ ly White’s Bank,well calculated for banking purpose*. Possession April 1. Apply to JAMES W1N811IP office over store 190 Main st- H O I ’HE M R M S H I X C . s IL V E R P L A T E D W A R E — T H K largest stock in the city at J. C. JEWETT \ SON’S. 319 Main st. K e f k i g E K A T o K w a t e r C O O L E I O Freezere, ttc., &c., at J C. JEWITTT 4 SONS 319 M in r t . __________________________________________ C l K* NJK EK Y , G LA s s “ A N D Y E L LO W ) Ware, a .*ull assortment at J. C. JEWETT & 8 QN* 8 , 819 Main s t ___________ t i L O T H KS H A M PE R K , ” B A S K E T s . ) and Bars, also a large sUn-k of Woodeu Ware at J. C J EWE IT tt hONU, 319 Main st. __ __________ T i l l L E G I S L A 1 OR LO O K S T O V E , 1 the liest in the market, for sale only at J. C. JEWETT >v SriN'ft, 319 Muni at. n P O I L E T W ARE, B I R D CAGES AND 1 Bathing Apparatus—our own make—fur sale at J. *'. JKWUTT tt SON'S, :il9 Main s t C L O T H E S W R I N G E R S — T H E B E S T WringvM trill lie found s S0N*8 31W Mail. st. JEWETT A T R A V E L E R S G t I D E . ( 'ft B E A T NORTHERN PLEASURE X KM 1 K. LAKE ONTARIO, RIVER ST. LAW RUN* E A v I* THE SAGUENAY. TWO STEAMERS DAILY. CANADIAN NAVIGATION CO.’s ROYAL MAIL AND EXPRESS LINES In connectkin with the GRANDTKVSK RAILWAY. FROM BUFFALO To Montreal. yuoN-e, River Saguenay. through thi heaiititul aud romantic scenery o f the White Mountains, Lake Georgq Lake Cham j- lain, Lake Mcmphremagog, to Sa- ratoga Springs, N wj.irt, Portlaiid, Horton, Pro­ vidence and New ork. be River St. Laurence, - i •land : n the wonderful R»n:us of *b’ St. Lawrence by daylight. •1 and del’glitful trip *be thousand Tlic cheapest, m< the lent. PASSENGERS LEAVING BUFFALO At 9 A. M. w llflotinect at Lewiston with the tir-t cla>-> atgumer City of Toronto, loi Toronto, whet d ••■•ct or..e-tii-ri wfll ,be ,m de w th the large _____________________ aa foi Exchange and Michigan rtierta, by X o * Twfc d + l * * a , w teA la twenty mla- ntea faster than Bulolo fime: . . , kA A Wf —M1W YORK DAY BXVRKSS, 7 . 0 u A . JM-. Qam dsy awwptad) rtopptng r t Attics. 8:07 A. M ; warmw, R t f ; Caattta, 9:08; Por- ta«e, 9:18; Nunda, 9:20; HanallrtlUa. 10:18; Ad-li! son, 11:33; Corning 11:£J P n l f n . J 2.aB P._M ; Wq- varly, IriW; Uwsgo, WT, R ngte iffitnn, 1:23; Grea, Bend 2:55; Suaquehanna, S : l t (Dinner); Deimrtt, 4 > ( ; l # c k . i w a « . « :» ; iOscahof. 11J3); Middh town; Nffift; Goaten, $J1; Orereaurt, 8:34; Tnr* \ . , 8:42 (Supper); Prttareon. 10:07; arriva r t New York at 10:45 P. M. DRAWING ROOM COACH FROM BUFFALO Connections—At Binghamton with the Albany and Susquehanna aud Syracuse and Binghamton Rail­ road*. At Great Bend With Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad. At Lackawaxan with train for Hawley and Iloneedale. At Jersey City wBh Ex prees Train for Philadelphia, Baltimore, and Wosh- ington. •9*0 A A I f —NKW YORK AND BALTIMORE I . - l O A . J U . Mai, vix Avon and HornelLvillc (Sondavs exceptedY rtope at all principal *t.tion«, aud arrive* a t Suoq-iehaiina, 937 (Supper); intersect­ ing with the Lightning Express leaving nuffalo at 2:59 P. M.: and arrive* in New York af 7 00 A. M. D I f - LGHTNJNO EXPRESS fpaliy) 6 . « u L • 3 1 . rtoi-ping at Attica, 338 r . M., Warsaw, 4:40; Castile, 5:03, Portage. 5:13; Horne 1 - ville 6:14 (ftuoper); Aud,son. 7 JO; Corning, 7:62; El­ mira. 8:23; Waver'y, 9 : 00 ;O«ego, 9:31; f inghamton. 014; 8 u»quehanua, 11:01; 1 eposit 11:42 A. M.; M ddletowu. 4 17 A. M.; Suffern, 5:39; Pateriton, 6:15 A. M.; arriving in New York at 7:00 A. M. SLEEPING COACHES FROJI BUFFALO. -.tion*—At Flmira with Express Train arriv­ ing at Williamsport, 12:25 A. M ; Harrisburg, 5:00 A. M.; rhilade<ph’a. 9:25 A. M : Baltimore. 99*0 A. M.; an t Washington. 12:25 A. M At Jersey City itli Exp-ess Train* arriving at Philadelph a, 1:30 P. II.; Baltimore, 3:52 P. M ; Washington, 5:50 P. M. At New York this trarii com ecta with the miming Kxpre.-s tram <•( Ni w York and New Haven Railroad fur B .s on and all New Eng and cities. ( • i a D Yf BUFFALO DIVISION MftIL, 4 . J U 1 • U l . via Av. ii (Puudav* excepted), t« ps at prmcqal statiunv; arrives at Coming at 12:30 A. M. 6 * 4 O 1) \ | - NEW YORK NIGHT EXPRESS, • 1 . J i . *t ppiogat Attica 7:55; Warsaw, -.47; Cast le. 9:12; Pm t .ge, 9:22; HorneHsvdie, 10:25; Cddi.-mi, 11:15; Cuming. 11:41; Elu ira. 12:15 A. M.; Waverly, 1:00; Great Bend, 2:69 P. M.; Susiju.hanna. 3:17; Deposit, 4:04; Port Jervis, 7 15; Muitll.itown, 8:12; Suffern. 9 : 544 * Patter son, 10.27; arriving iu New York at 11:30 A. M. SLEEPING COACHES FROM BUFFALO. Conn* ctiofs - At Elmira will: Ex p r e s Trail, ol Northern Central HaPwav at 4 15 A. M . for Phila­ delphia, Baltimore, Washington, and all points '• u'h A> Jer^y City witii afternoon traina for ►il P tl I ph n, naitimore anti Washington. At New York w.th sll Svu:?d Ihie steamers for Bt ston and New hi»wi..n cities. I I * i n I> \ r —CINCINNATI I I . 5 U 1 . A l . Daily, (ftundays exci |<t d ►topping »t Lat.ca-st. r, 12:04 A. M : War aw, 1 23 ' M.; Portage. 1:18; Hortieilsville, 2:59; Elrni'a, 5 lo WaTt f r , 5;44*: *«wegt», 6:22; Blnghsmton,7.05;Great Bc'-d. *:3 8 ; &u.'!qil*'.jn»ia, 7:65 (Breakfast); La>a- w.xm, 11:05; Port Jerv s, lf; 6 *»; Middletown, 12:43 P. M.; Goshen, 1:00; Grey Court, 1:13; Tumftrd, H 2 (Pinner); Suff -rn, 2:14, Patterson, X:48; and arrives at New York 3:3 • P. M. SLEEPING COAr H FROM BUFFALO. Connections—At Lockawaxen with train for Haw­ ley and llonesdale: at Goshen with train tor Mont­ gomery; Oreycourt with »iwina for Warwick and Newburgh; at Jersey City with svetvng Express trains of New Jersey Railroad for Philadelphia, Bal­ timore ami Washington; r t New York with bound iine steamers for Boston and New England cities; also, w ith evening trains et New York and New Ha­ ven Railroad. ONLY ONE TRAIN ON SUNDAY. P \ T —LIGHTNING EXPRESS, 2 , ' J l l J • i ’ C. through, with Sleeping Coach attached arriving in Now 7 c r t at 7:l*0 A. M. Trains arrive In Buffalo as follows : New York Day Express .......................................... 12:15 A. M New York Mail............................................................ 6:17 A. M New York Night Express ...................................... 12:10 P. M New York tt Baltimore Express ........................ 1:27 P. M Elmira tt Coming Mail............................................. 8:27 P. M Through tickets and Berths in Sleeping or Seats in Drawing Room Coache* can be secured at all hours of the day at the General Office, 177 Main street, ai d ut the Depot, corner of Exchange ano Michigan sts. I,, ;m CKKR, WU. R. BARK, Gen!. Superintendent, Genl. Posse rrger A gt,, New York. Buffalo. April 26.1860. upi ios r of the EX PRES4 LIN.\ p a a i r x TKUMD4Y KYYNTNO, a t U r. CHAff. K. • OLLIltS, th# Little, lot* of Morria hllffT, l o t ; Parquet. 20c.: Orcheo- trm. 25c.; Mrta tn Box. 5**e.; Whole Box «3. ft. B.—New Stan ore engaged and will appear in q M lOCM-ton. w , L n . PT.*i>r.r.nr B t P P A L O iJX r t tre J . H . 4 H . L MKECH. I — rod a n j . u. s n . u w — THURSDAY, FR’ DAY, SATURDAY NIC HT AND SATURDAY AFTERNOONS, A|*pearance of th® world renowned GREGOhlES And their Mrtcblea* COMBINATION. Pant .minista, GymuasU, Acmteta. ft .«■-afi-ta and Dancen, together wtth M .le Gertu*!*-* ■ M IN A T U R E ClflCUS, Intro'ucing twelve educated Pwdle Doc*. Tri.-k Ponies, Performing Uurt AgRe *• ff. A*. Each cutertainment will conclude wit U a new comra PANTOMINE, Arranged and played by the GEhGORIES. For further |«rticubni see programme* Sc-at > can t«e secured at Cottier 4 Denton’s Music Store, Ao. \t>9 Main street. ______ ___ _ g T . JAMES HALL. SIX XNUTTS ONLY. Coruinenc'ng MONDAY EVENING, JULY 12th, 18»». ^ First appearance of tho great MARTIXOCALIFORNIA 1LI.I SION 1ST and CHAMPION VENTRILOQUIST OF TBE WORLD, * x Will introduce the LIVING HEAD WITHOUT A BODY. THE MAGIC GUPWTlt OF FLOWERS and bis wonderTOteor nes in ventriloquism nightly, He will ii'so distribute 100. ONE HUNDRED. Ho­ useful and valuable PRESENTS EVERY NIGHT. Admlss o ............................................ • eserveu Seats ...................... Doors open at 7 o’clock; entertainment at 8. GRAND GIFT MATINEE SATURDAY AFTERNOON, JULY I7th, 1869. Ivery child re.-elves a present. A d ruisdon, a d u l t s ........................................................ c e r t* Children .................................................................................. 15 cent* Evt ning p-«p' r* p - are copy. _______ _ _____________ _ | I . 1 J ST U A I IV E L U T t J f f l AT NORTH CHURCH CHAPEL, Will Iw given hv Mrssrs. STOCKING and FORD, THIS KVBNING. the 1 iv. % Ontom* and Peculiarities of the Pci -ia**' s -d S- nans. Admissi. i.. 25 cents; ChiVlren, 15 cents. 1..- t- for sole at the door. Exercises to begin New York. > P. M will con jut Cp|*er Cabii ABYSSINIAN ............................................. Captai 11 Estcs. ATHENIAN............................................ Cap ain Morley. For Darlington, P rt Hojk.-. Cob urg. Kuigston an. Presscott, connecting there with Ihe fine Rive S came s r aching M.ntreal at 6 o'clock the fodow ing aitemoon. i asK'-n^ers leaving Buffalo at : nect at Cha= to te with the magi.i Stcain-jts of tiie ROYAL MAIL LINE. SPART.4' N , ........................................... *' q >tai n Kriley. i ’OKIM’IU a N............................... Captain D in- p. PASSPORT ........................................... ' aptafn Sinclair. KIN<: 'T o N .......................................... Captain Farre 1. CHAMPION .......................................... Capt. Carmichael For Oswego, Kingst >n, Clayton Alexandria Bay, (the Fishing Grounds of the St Lawrence), Br < - vill , og.icnsburg, Presscott, Cor-wall, reaching Montreal the foil..wing aft rn on ar 6 o'clock, WITHOUT CHANGE OF STEAMERS. Be sure and jturuhas • Ticket* via GRAN D TUI NK RAILWAY and ftTFAMERS, which are good by rail ..r boat, are available until Novcmlier 1 st, 1*69, and can be obl’Vin.d at RK U* ED RATES at all princi- pil Wa'ering Places and c.ties in the I nited S»a es. A. MII.Loft , G n Agent H. SHACK KLL Gen. Ag't R. M. I.., Montreal. G. T. K'wy, Montreal. J. WHITMORE, Agent, Buffalo Q _ R E A T W E S T E R N R A I L W A Y . ERIE k XIAGARA LINE- On and after Monday, July 5th, 1869, the magnifi­ cent new iron side-wheel steamer IV A N H O E , ^ H E A M E R I C A N R O U T E , f RUMMER ARRANGEMENT. LAKE SHORE ft MICH. S’N M l I . l tO A I ) L I N E . connoction with all Eastern Trains via Buffalo, Dunkirk, or Niagara Falls, to Cleveland, Co- iimbus, Cincinnati, Toledo, Chicago, Milwaukee, Jalena, Hock Island, Burlington, Dubuque, BL Louis, and all points in the Wert and Southwest On and after Monday, April 26, and untU further notice, Trains will leave Buffalo, from Exchange Street Dopot. daily, as follows, (Sundays excepted): B.30 A. M — IOLKIK) EXPRESS, ARRIVING at Dunkirk 8:30 a. in.; Wertfield 9:10 a. m.; Erie 10:20 a. tu., connecting at Erie with Erie 4 Pitts- nurgh traiii; «H«vetynd 2:06 p. m.; (dinner) Toledo 7:40 p. m., (supp \ and sleeping car for Chicago, without (rtanzv), Chicago 6:80 a. m. P 4 t l 5 P . M—DAY EXPRESS -(Sundaya lnclud- ud)—Arrives at Dunkirk 2 06 p. m.; Westfield 2:46 p. m.; Ene 3:50 p. m.; Cleveland 1:05 p. m.; (-unper. slecjiing car for Chicago, without chan e); Toledo 11:59 p. m ; Chicago 9:00 a. m. ” _____ 4 tOO P . M —ERIE ACCOMMODATION ARRIVES at Dunkirk 6:20 p. m.; Westfield 7:15 p. m.; Erie 8:6i fc m.; returning leaves Eric 0:00 a. in.; arrive* at eatfield 7:36 p. ra.; Dunkirk 8:30 a. m.; Buffalo 10:40 a. m. _ KtffO P.1H—EVENINO EXPRESS, ARRIVES AT Dunkirk 102T2p. m.; Westfield 11:12 p. m.; Erie 12:26 a. m.; Cleveland 4:20 a. tr.; Toledo 9:36 a. m., con­ necting at C'levebmd and Toledo with traina for the South and West. This train runs daily, Saturdays ex- A.!*f -NIOHT EXPRESS, ARRIVE8 AT Dunkirk 1:46 a. m.; Westfield 2:23 a. ra.; Erie 3:30 a. ut.; Cleveland 6:30 a. m.; Toledo 113)0 a. m.; Chica- >RT ERIE o'ing with iving at Black s ; ii « A. M. ►e ri and Nia+ara Raiiwav Train, srrivin i reek 8 52 A. M ,« bi^p. wa 9:15 A. M , C i t -n H< (for • iagara Fall-) 9:23 A. M Su*p-nsion Bri Ige' \. M Que«nrtoit 9:55 A. M., Niagara I ’oan 10:15 A. M.. whc r con- f-j ion is made wth i the CITY OF To KoMO steamer, arriving at Toront • at 1:4 5 P.M.. and connecting wi’h the Northern Railroad on 1 witn the Grauil Trunk Hail nayand l^ke Gt-tario Steam ers J< r all points on Lake Ontario and l Iver St. Law ­ rence. .)* U t T> \ r —ARRIVING AT FORT E^IE 4 . i l l 1 • . ' I . at 3 : 1 0 A. M., and connecting with Hie Train arriving at Black Creek at 3:32 P. M. Chippewa 3:55 P. M.. Clift-jn 48)5 P. M., S..*i«-si.*n •irid^e 4:15 P. M., Vnecnston 4:35P. M.’, Niagara 4:65 P. M., Toronto (by boat) 8:00 P. M.. ht. Catherines 5:20 I’. M., Ham lton 6:40 P. 31., To'onto «by rail> 9:00 P. M , Paris 8:20 P. M , London 10:i0 P. M. Returning—Ferry Steamer Ivanhoe arrives at her Dock, foot of Main st., at 1:00 P. M., (connect­ ing with train from Toronto,)and 7:45 p. M. (con nccting with train fr in T.>r..nt-> and tlie We-t ) This route conr>manfs the finest views of the N ag- sra River a d Falls, lt js the * ortert, ch*jqi-j*t an-i plea- ntist fe ry route 'tetween Buffalo and Fort E ie. Passengers taking it wli enjoy a pleasant trip by *»• er, and escajie the heat and du» . f the rtictt car.-. FAKkS AS LOW AS BY OTHER • OUTES. Tickets to Toronto good either by the Erie tt Niag­ ara lta.ilw y and the Steamer “City of Toronto,” or by the Erie tt Nia.ara and Great Western Railway*, at the opti n of the holder. Tnis route Dos e-.se* unrivalled attractior* for Ex cur* on, Fi-hing and ‘ icmc Partie*, to whom special ae-il ties w II 1 *- aff-.rded t ow fares. Foriu.I inf rmotu n and Tickets apply at tiie «>f fice of tiie tomp.ny, a*, the corner <d Main and Ex­ change sts.. M mii - v1* House Block Jtuffal W. L M a L< u M. Ag nt, Buff I*., N Y JAMEs CHARLTON, General Agent, Ham lion Gntario. THOMAS SWiNfAHD, G n ral Manager, July 5th, 1869. Hamilton, Onta io. 18G9 SCMMER akran(;kmknt- NORTHERN CENTRAL RR. DIRECT ROUTE SOUTH TO BALTIMORE, WASHINGTON, PHILADELPHIA HARRISBURG. WILLIAMSPORT AND ELMIRA. Through from Rochester to P.altlmcre without Change of Cara. 1860. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. 1 8 6 ‘ . TAKING EFFECT APRIL 26. 1869. Traina southward Irav® Depot of New York Central Railroad a- follows: 7* IH A \ f - EX PRESS—Rochester, 3:C0 P. • • \ J \ i l * JJl • M ; Canandaigua. 6:36 P. M., stepping at principal etation*. arrivnng st Elmira »t *:4d P. M.; Wiiiiaraaport. 12 25 A. U.; Ham*burg, i;.>0 A. M ; Baltimore. 9:*>0 A. M.; Washington, 12:25 P. If.; Philadelphia, 9:25 A. V. a* r A | ) \ T - Via N. Y. & Erie Railroad.— 2 ,* ) U A • JL * Leaves Ene Railway Depot (Min- da>« except* d), and connecting a: Elmir* at 8:4 » P. M., am .ing at Williamsport, 12:25 A. M.; Harrisburg, 5:00 A. M.; Baltimore, 9:00 A. M.; Washington, 12:25 P M.; Philadelphia, 9:25 A. M. 6 . a A T» —Via Erie Kailr.^1—Leaves Fne ,U U I . J I * * ail way Dep--t daily, Sundays exitepte.1 Elmira 4:15 A. » illioin'j* rt, 7:46 A ■*. ; Harrisburg 12:lu P M.: Philadelphia 4 10 P. M.; Baltimore, 53i0 P. M ; Wartu^ton, s:00 P. if. FROM NIAGARA FALLS- LEAVES SOUTHWARD 6 . * r 4 \ F —EXPRESS— Leave Niagara Fall- . A v A * 31 * from Depot of S . Y. Central Kail rood. Leave Rochester at 8-00 P. .M., arriving at Elmira, &40 P. M.; Williamsport, 12:25 P. M.; Hor nsburg, 53X* A. M.; Baltimore, 9dW A. M.; Wash ingten, 12:25 P; M ; Philadelphia, 9:26 A. M. Poaaengen* bv this route will save both time ar.d •xpenae over the route via New York city. Ask for ticket* via Canandaigua and Elmira. Fur ml* a t tbe principal ticket office*. Shipper* of freight will find it to tneir advantag* te aenff freight by this route to Baltimore, Philadel­ phia and oft point* south. Freight in full cor load* is carried through the above pointa without breaking hulk. For Information in reference to freight oddrea. General Western Freight Agent, A. R FISK, Gen. Supt. Harrisburg, Po. I. M. 8 CHERMERHOKN, General Western Freight Agent, C it Woshinrton and Exchange “ta., Buffalo. ED. I. YOUNO, Gen. Pass'r Agent. Balt in or*. Md A L B A N Y F R E I G H T VIA ERIE RAILWAY. The Ene Railway is now taking freight te Albany at same rates as are charged by the New York Cen­ tral Railroad. 8 - D- CALDWELL, AprA. WOODEU W AKE. QOOPERAGE. F. K. PLUMBLY, Tank and Cistern Builder, and dealer In new and second n*od barrels, tanks, hoopo. staves and head­ ing. All kinds of Cooperage ennrtontly cm hand and mad* in th* nartart style and warranted. Outaid* jobbing done at all times and on fhe most taasonable *«rms. No. 98 Washington st., entrxnos <m Perry “ i l . W m I.I s i W iw . i t a .26 oenfs. . 6 o cents. D MLY EXCURSIONS Louisville, 8t. Louis, and all Southwest points. Train leaving Buffalo at 12:06 Sunday morning re­ mains over Suuffa) atCleveloniL A connection is also made at Toledo with the To lc o& w abash K'tilroad. Als«) direct connection* are made with trains for Grand Trunk Junction, Monroe, Jackson and De troit. TRAINS LEAVE DETROIT. 6:00 a. m. and 6:30 p. ra.; Grand Trunk Junction 9:27 a. m. and 6:10 p. m.; Monroe 10:40 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; arriving at Chicago 6:30 a. m. and 83)0 p. m. TrsnL leave Chicago 8:00 a. m. and 9:00 p. m.; arriving at Monroe 4:58 p. m. 63)6 a. m.; Grand Trunk Junction 7:28 a m. and 6:10 p .m .; Detroit 8:00 a. m. ai.d 6:40 p. m. THK MOST LUXURIOUS SLEEPING CARS in the world accompany Night Trains with but one change of cars between Buffaffi and Chicago. Ask for tirtcCta ri* “ Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Kadroad Line ** TRAINS ARRIVE AT BUFFALO Night Express ............................................................ 4:45 a. m. Eric Accommodation. ........................................... 10:40 “ New York Express .................................................. 2:11 p. m. Day Express... .<*................................................. 73M# “ Cincinnati Express ................................................ 10:45 ** R. N. BROWN, Gen. Sup't B. tt E. IL, Buffalo. C. F. HATCH, Gen. Sup’t M. S. tt N. I. K. R , To- ledo. CHA8. COLLINS, Sup’t C. P. A A. R. R., Cicvel'd , OTIS KIMBALL, General Agem, Buff do. Buffalo, April 36. 1800. _________________ 18G9 SPKINO akrangemext* G R E A T W E S T E R N R . R On and after Monday, April 26,1869, trains a 1 'cave Buffalo (N. Y. C. Depot, Erie st.) daily, Kci. days excepted, at 9:00 a. m., 11:40 a. tn., 3:16 p. tn. and 0:45 p. m.f lor Suipgnion Bridge, connect:nv there with trains for Hamilton, Toronto, London Pt-troll*. Both wel I, DETROIT, CHICAGO, MIL­ WAUKEE and all pdfnte W o t Pullman s sixu-en-wheeled Palace Sleeping Can mn on all night trains. Through Tickets can be olitained at the Tlckel Off - c of the New York Central Depot, Eria street, o* at Genuf*] Office, comer Main and Exchange at., Mansion House Block. Traina arrive at Buffalo-7.45 a. m. and 10:00 a. m. and 12:40 and 7:46 p. m. Sunday ’r rain leaves Ruffa'o at 10:00 a. m. an*l 8n: - pt-union Bridge (Niogarx Falls) a t 12:35 p. in., for Detroit, Chicago and Milwaukee W. L UAIXJOLM, Agent G. W. and D. tt M. RR*. Buffalo, N. Y. THOS. SW1NYARD, TIIOS. BELL, Gen. Malinger O. W. R’y. Gen. Supt D * M. R Hamilton, C. W. E*ctroit, Mich JAME8 CHARLTON,R. General Agent. HatnllGm. Ontario rJ'jM E TABLE N . Y. C E N T R A L R A IL R O A D MONDAY, APRIL 26, 1869. TRAINS LEAVE BUFFALO AS FOLLOWS : BUFFALO EXPRES8 ......................................... 6:00 a. m ACCOMMODATION .............................................. 6:15 “ DAY EX ...................................................................... 7:4*) “ PACIFIC EX. (SLEEPING CAR) 2:50 p m. MAIL AND ACCOM ............................................ 3:15 “ CHICAGO EX. (SLEEPING CA R;.... 6:46 “ CfNCIN. EX “ “ 11:20 “ SUNDAY TRAIN................................................... 2:50 “ Tit NIAGARA FALLS. LEWISTON tt TORONTO EX. ...................... 9,00 a. n . TORONTO tt DETROIT EX..............................11:15 \ ACCOMMODATION ................................................ 3:15 p. m. EVENING EX. .......................................................... 6 45 ** TO LOCKPORT. BUFFALO * LOCKPORT ................................ 6 0? a. m LOCKPORT tt WAY (BEYOND) ................. 4:10 p. «e LEAVE NIAGARA FALLS POR ROCHESTER AND THE E j JST. NIAGARA FALUB EXPRESS ....................... 4:25 a. m DAY EX........................................................................... 6:45 “ PACIFIC EX. (8LEEPINO CAR) .............. WS p. ® MAIL ...................... “ “ 4:35 M CHICAGO EX \ \ 6:15 ** SUNDAY TRAIN ................................................... 23 5 “ LEAVE NIAGARA FALLS POR BUFFALO. MORNING EX .......................................................... 0:3) a. m. ACCOMMODATION ................................................ 93)0 “ PACIF.C EX ............................................................. 11^6 p. m EVENINO EX ......................................................... 6:45 *« C H. KENDRICK, Gen. Ticket Agt. JAMIS TILLING!!AST, General Supt. Buff *|p, April *6th, f»W. TO OAKFIELD A N D FALCON WOO'*, ON t TEAM HR IV ANHOE CotnMltfft? on THI PSD \T, the »th of July, ard contffmVig until further notice, the elegant Ir n Steamer IVANHOE will leave h- r dock, foot ..f Main street, at 2:40 P. M. daily (except Suml.n-. when she will le-ve at 10 A. M and 2 P. M.» b.rOak field, touching »t Falcnnwond to land paescngtrs; ■ etnrning t*. Buffalo a* 7:45 1*. M. Fare for the roui-d trip 50 cents. K otk The Ivanh.^ will run down t<> Falconw.sal or Oakfield in the morning* with parti. ' of not h-s* than twelve. W. L. MA!.*'«*LM, Agenf Buffalo JnTv 7. IS.-IP. p U L b BnUAO U K l V U G PA1UL| •TROT FOR A IH'KSE OF $2»*. SATURDAY, JULY 10, I‘•19 F->r Rooilstere owned and driven in Buffnln. BRHT THREE IN FIVE. Five Homes t*ierier and start at 2 P. M. UORTZR t DANIfcvS, Pn>|Wtetonc jgV E N IN O CONt E L T AT KOESTF.R'd PARK, Corner High and Main Streets, Every Tuesday and Tliursday Evenings, Conureno ing on Tuesday, June 22.1, p i N E A RTH AC A L) EM Y . YOUNG MEN’S ASSOCIATION BUILDINGS. The Gallery will be open every uay, except Sun­ days, from 9 A. 51 . till 0 P. 51 Si'gle admission 25 cents; season tickets for * month, 5* cent*. L. O. SKUgiTEDT, Mm-. 0 U i m t o t k s F Parties wishing to engage CLINTON FOREST for Pic-nic Parties, Fcstiials, ftho.«ting Mat.-lo-s, A , can do ao by applying to Aid. Giw-I, No. 61Wi« i.« a. o •treet. ______________ _____ UFFALO DKIVIM; l ’A K K . SEASON TICKETS FOR YEAR 1*19. il. yos of track, exh' B $15, including *1 tion daj s ju.d ball pla; mg For sale by O. J. BOWEN, At the office ot Hamlin ttJJ-iv’ AliTION M UM . 1*. S H O E C R A F T — A u c ti o u e e r . Peremptory Sale of SECOND HAND CLOTHING, From a New York Pawn Brokers. Ain*. At the Central Auction Room, 329 Main st., BY BHOECRAFT BROTHERS, <ffi FRIDAY, July 9, at 9j o’clock, Will be sold Ge»*ta’ Frock, Dn-w and Sa. k C..a. -, Pant.-, Vi-ds, ttc Jh v ts, Indus' Shoes, Dry * I . Cutlery, ttc. Terms—Cash. ___ n f & 0 D 6 E & C O . 353 MAIN 8 TREFT, GENERAL AUCTION and COMMISSION BUSINESS Cash advaneeH on all goods if lequircd. Daily '*Jes of Dry G o . hs 1 , A c . Sales of Furniture, Betiding and Crockery, Every TUESDAY and FRI­ DAY. / UiAKLK.'S i j . UiU&Hp J l i . , CITY AUCTION, COMMISSION AND PUBLIC STORE HOUSE, 308 Washington r t . Buffalo. Ratahliahed 1867. Regular Auction Holes, WEDNEftDA Yfl AND SATURDAYS. Special sale, a- advertised. Furniture, Mirror* Oilcloth, *'ar|s-t-ng. Blankets, Wall Paper, Curtains oi- ct. rttt H«mI i ’ fs« h.rv price-* '■■■ ' I t.V P R E S S , A M K R I C A N M; RCHANTS’ union EXPBIGB COMPANY, N J 8 7, 9, II AND 13 W. SENECA ST., BUFFALO. CAPITAL............................................................... $18,000,000 Forward with the greatest Speed and Safely, COIN, BANK NOTES, JEWELRY And other valuable Merchandise and Pork»gcN, And er-Uect NOTKH, DRAFTS and ACCOUNTS, Bills sent with grrfrta, and execute all other Conunim on* connected with tbe Exprea buhineas at ail the prin­ cipal place* between the city of NEW YORK and tbe WESTERN, N»RTH and fcOl.'TH WESTERN ■STATES and CAN ADAS, connecting with other re- »poruriM« Expreoa Companies. GOODS, COIN, BANK N^)TE8, JEWELRY AND VALUABLES. WM. O. FABGO, President, WM. B. PECK. Ag. nt. £ 3 A A C H O L L O W A Y , Dealer in IDHHA AH UNtiMff UJMIIft FLACGTNO, CURBING, PLATFORMS, Door and Window Capa and Sll's, Step*, Etc. Office and Yard comer of Michigan at. and th# Main and Hambu'g Canal y y i f i LN V 1 T K The Attention of H U II.I1F.K H To oar Large and well Selected Stuck of HARDWARE, N A I L S , T O O L S , ftc, Price* Low. 8 IIAW tt FERIUS, 446 Main at.. Buffalo MUSICAL* W E H A V E J U S T P U B L I S H E D T H E foil wing New Murtc: M t Will e for Thee. Song ord chorus. By Wm. Bell Adamson A touching and pLintive melody that cannot fail to please. Pri- e 39 eta. 11 Pocio. Waltx. An ea«y arrangement of tiiis E upular waltz, being No 23 of the “ Knapaa.-k 8 *. t ' y It Denton. Price 25 eta Genevieve de Brabant introducng the beautiful “ Serenade.’’ Thia also is one of the •'Kn*i*s*. k Set.” Price 20 eta Rivermde Gaiot*. A doahing and ap:rite<l, th* ugh — piece. By Mias Ada A. Kena.a. Pric: 30. t*. ctuine. in D flat. By Cano Hen* Thin is one of the mart beautiful Nocturnes that we have r o r heard- The author is comparatively unknown here, but he pnoaemw undoubted ability, and we rcv.-ni- end Nocturne. Price 40 eta. Murtc mailed, port-paid, on receipt of the pr.ee. O O T n n tt DENTON. 269 Main -treet. “ I J C H R IS KURTZMAN, PIANO MANU FACTURRR, a o r a m Batavia and Bmrto.,two ■quarts fraaa old Coart Houm. the aubarriUr keejw nrnrtanUy «* hand a ehotae amortment of Piano rorte*. hi clagmrt mac weed mam. wfckh be warrant* to nc equal la lone, tooch and finish ta any manu-ac- ki fn the omintry. Pereona dertmus of obtaining ■ornor mrtrumeut are reopeetlully invited to give him ■ coll before m«H ** rg dv*h**l CHRISTIAN KUKTXMAV

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